The Edinburgh History of Women's Periodical Culture in Britain

Series Editor(s): Jackie Jones

New perspectives on the history of women’s print media in Britain

This is a new, finite series of 5 volumes which sets out to make a particular contribution to the ‘turn’ to periodical studies over the last decade by giving due prominence to the history of women’s periodical culture in Britain. Volume coverage extends from the 17th-century (if we regard 1693 as a starting point with the founding of The Ladies Mercury) to the 21st century. By adopting the term ‘print media’, the volumes cover not just periodicals and magazines run by and for women, but take in print networks and communities, technology and production, circulation, and reception with the aim of valorising and making visible women’s diverse roles in periodical culture.

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