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Autumn issue of HerStoria Magazine


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Out now the new look Autumn issue of HerStoria Magazine autumn issue is packed with great articles and features.

‘The ref was tackled by a flock of infuriated beings in petticoats supposed to be women’. We look at the history of women football fans from the 19C.

‘She acquired a Chinese toy whose figures, when wound up,performed obscene acts’. A profile of England’s most provocative Queen.

Hemlines and Handicaps. The history and significance of ladies’ golfing attire—the first of a regular column on the social history of dress.

Whore, harlot or witch? Did early modern witch trials really resemble early soap operas?

Pre-Raphaelite model turned first woman in Whitehall –we introduce you to a remarkable woman.

Activist with Attitude. A new series on ‘Radical Lives’, beginning with a Pankhurst who doesn’t get the attention paid to her mother and sister – but who should.

'They wouldn’t do it if they could get married’. HerStoria asks why the idea of women doctors was so shocking to so many Victorians.

Walking with Suffrage in Huddersfield. HerStoria’s regular women’s history walk.

Dressing Emma. Costume design on the new BBC Austen adaptation.

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