(By Chelsea Gibson) The editors of the Journal of Women’s History are pleased to announce our newest online essay, “World War I, Gender Relations and the Importance of Images: Some Considerations,” by Daniela Rossini. This essay is a companion piece to Rossini’s recently published article in Vol. 26 No. 3 of the Journal of Women’s History, “Feminism and Nationalism: the Council of Italian Women, the World War and the Rise of Fascism (1911-1922).”
The Journal regularly uploads supplemental essays to our website in a series called “Beyond the Printed Page,” found at http://www.journalofwomenshistory.org/ under the “Features” tab, as a way for authors to explore alternate ideas about methodology, evidence, and arguments employed in women’s history.
Previous essays include:
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