The Journal of Women’s History is sharing one article and one Historical Practices essay open-access from the Winter 32:4 issue of the JWH. Please spread the news far and wide, especially to those who may not have access to U.S. journals. You can read the articles either by following the links on the JWH site, https://jwomenshistory.org/winter-2020/ or by following the links below.
Leigh-Anne Francis, “‘Steal or Starve’: Black Women’s Criminal Work in New York City, 1893 to 1914.” . . . “[F]or most convicted Black women, crime was a type of work… a tactical and moral response to poverty generated by racist-sexist discrimination.” https://muse.jhu.edu/article/775482
Kacey Calahane, Jessica Millward, and Max Speare, “Scholars do Bravo Too: Reality Television, Public History, and the Historians on Housewives Podcast.” “Learn how these scholars communicate their work. . . using reality television as the primary subject and medium.” https://muse.jhu.edu/article/775487