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Women's Studies Journal

Women's Studies Journal
2016 - 30:1

Special Issue on Women and the Nation at War, in Commemoration of the Centenary of World War I

Contents

Editorial
Nadia Gush, guest editor, p.2-3
Articles
Outing Auntie Cal: War stories, hidden histories, and family conversations
Hilary Lapsley, pp.4-16
Sisters in a distant land: The exploration of identity and travel through three New Zealand nurses' diaries from the Great War
Hannah Clark, pp.17-29
Gender, remembrance, and the sinking of the Marquette
Sarah Christie, pp.30-46
Negotiating fraternal gender lines in World War I: Ettie Rout, venereal disease, and the female brother
Nadia Gush, pp.47-61
Commentary
Should we safeguard 'the idea of the Anzac biscuit recipe'?
Joanna Cobley, pp.62-70
Reflection from the field
Imagining peace: One hundred years of WILPF in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Celine Kearney and Megan Hutching, pp.71-76
Reviews

Helen Pollock: Memorial sculpture, Reviewed by Robin Woodward, pp.77-81

Ettie Rout: New Zealand's safer sex pioneer,
By Jane Tolerton
Reviewed by Claire Gooder, pp.82-84

Women’s Studies Journal, Volume 30 Number 1, July 2016. ISSN 1173-6615
This publication was supported with a grant from Lottery Environment and Heritage, World War One Commemorative Fund.
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