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Women Behaving Well: Early Modern Images of Female Courage / Carolyn D. Williams.
Voice, Gender, and the Augustan Verse Epistle / Karina Williamson.
The Fop, the Canting Queen, and the Deferral of Gender / Thomas A. King.
Cross-Dressing and the Nature of Gender in Mary Robinson’s Walsingham / Julie Shaffer.
The Metamorphosis of Sex(uality): Ovid’s ‘Iphis and Ianthe’ in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries / David Michael Robinson.
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Gender and History
Journal of Women’s History
Women’s History Review
(Note: Also see the feminist journals listed under “Introductory and General Writing on Gender” above.)