Abstracts are hyperlinked. Until June 30, the JWH is open access. Issue numbers link to the articles in Project Muse.

  • Mineke Bosch, “Colonial Dimensions of Dutch Women’s Suffrage: Aletta Jacobs’s Travel Letters from Africa and Asia, 1911–1912” (1999) 11.2
  • Amanda Frisken, “Sex in Politics: Victoria Woodhull as an American Public Woman, 1870-1876” (2000) 12.1
  • Kristin Hoganson, “‘As Badly off as the Filipinos’: U.S. Women Suffragists and the Imperial Issue at the Turn of the Twentieth Century” (2001) 13.2
  • E. Thomas Ewing, Heather L. Gumbert, David Hicks, Jane L. Lehr, Amy Nelson , and Robert P. Stephens, “Should Women Vote?” Teaching suffrage from primary sources. (2008) 20.3
  • Joan Marie Johnson, “Following the Money: Wealthy Women, Feminism, and the American Suffrage Movement” (2015) 27.4
  • Irma Sulkunin, “An International Comparison of Women’s Suffrage: The Cases of Finland and New Zealand in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century” (2008) 27.4
  • Yvonne Pitts, “Disability, Scientific Authority, and Women’s Political Participation at the Turn of the Twentieth-Century United States” (2012) 24.2
  • Taeko Shibahara, “Not Only for the Welfare of the Nation but for the World and Humanity:The Interwar Suffrage Movement in Japan” (2012): 24.2
  • Deborah Jordan, “The Role of Petitions in the Mobilization of Women for the Right to Vote:The Case of Queensland, Australia, 1894, 1897” (2017) 29.3
  • Lori D. Ginzburg, “Radical Imaginings: The View from Atop a Slippery Slope” (2020) 32.1
  • Rosalyn Terborg-Penn, “The Nineteenth Amendment and Its Outcome for African American Women” (2020) 32.1
  • Rumi Yasutake, “Women in Hawai’i and the Nineteenth Amendment” (2020) 32.1
  • Cathleen Cahill, “‘Our Democracy and the American Indian’: Citizenship, Sovereignty, and the Native Vote in the 1920s” (2020) 32.1 
  • Liette Gidlow, “More than Double: African American Women and the Rise of a ‘Women’s Vote'” (2020) 32.1