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Feminism under Mao

Tevy Kuch considers the relationship between Maoism and women’s liberation in China.

The moral censorship of Hollywood

The introduction of the Hays Code in 1934 changed the nature of a once boundary-pushing industry. Isabelle Drury considers its continuing effects.

Who makes history?

Alex Stanton puts forward the case for including historiography in the school history curriculum.

Mukhlisa Bubi: the first female Qadi

Fairuz Farhoud writes on the legacy of Mukhlisa Bubi, a Muslim judge, educator and campaigner in a hostile revolutionary Russia.

Selling love with Veronica Franco

In Renaissance Venice, poets and sex workers made their living by selling different versions of love. Chloe Johnson remembers a woman who straddled the divide.

Feminism under Mao

Tevy Kuch considers the relationship between Maoism and women’s liberation in China.

Searching for LGB women in Soho

Bex Dudley explores Soho as a space for the formation and demonstration of relationships between women.

Learning history from below

Jack Mason writes on the importance of everyday perspectives for a meaningful historical tradition.

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The moral censorship of Hollywood

The introduction of the Hays Code in 1934 changed the nature of a once boundary-pushing industry. Isabelle Drury considers its continuing effects.

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