Items where SHU Author is "Twells, Alison"

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TWELLS, Alison (2019). Sex, gender and romantic intimacy in servicemen's letters during the Second World War. The historical journal.

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TWELLS, Alison, FURNESS, Penny, BHANBHRO, Sadiq and GREGORY, Maxine (2018). 'It's about giving yourself a sense of belonging’: community-based history and well-being in South Yorkshire. People, place and policy online, 12 (1).

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TWELLS, Alison (2018). Iron Dukes and Naked Races: Edward Carpenter's Sheffield and LGBTQ Public History. International Journal of Local and Regional History, 13 (1), 47-67.

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TWELLS, Alison (2015). ‘Went into raptures’: reading emotion in the ordinary wartime diary, 1941-1946. Women's History Review, 25 (1), 143-160.

TWELLS, Alison (2013). An Africa of religious life : Fredrika Bremer’s American Faith Journey, 1849-1851. Journal of Women’s History, 25 (1), 158-181.

TWELLS, Alison (2012). The innate yearnings of our souls : subjectivity, religiosity and outward testimony in Mary Howitt's Autobiography(1889). Journal of Victorian Culture, 17 (3), 309-328.

Book Section

MIDGLEY, Clare (2016). Indian feminist Pandita Ramabai and transnational liberal religious networks in the nineteenth-century world. In: MIDGLEY, Clare, TWELLS, Alison and CARLIER, Julie, (eds.) Women in transnational history: connecting the local and the global. Women's and Gender History . Abingdon, Oxon., Routledge, 13-32.

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ALISON, Twells (2016). Women at the intersection of the local and the global in schools and community history in Britain since the 1980s. In: CLARE, Midgley, ALISON, Twells and JULIE, Carlier, (eds.) Women in transnational history : connecting the local and the global. Women's and Gender History . Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge, 180-200.

TWELLS, Alison (2011). "We ought to obey God rather than Man” : women, anti-slavery and nonconformist religious cultures, 1800-1840. In: CLAPP, Elizabeth J. and JEFFREY, Julie Roy, (eds.) Women, dissent and anti-slavery in Britain and America, 1790-1865. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 66-87.

TWELLS, Alison (2007). Missionary fathers and wayward sons in the South Pacific, 1797-1825. In: BROUGHTON, Trev Lynn and ROGERS, Helen, (eds.) Gender and fatherhood in the nineteenth century. Gender and history . Basingstoke, Pagrave Macmillan, 153-164.

Authored Book

TWELLS, Alison (2009). The Civilising Mission and the English Middle Class : the 'heathen' at home and overseas 1792-1850. Palgrave Macmillan.

TWELLS, Alison (2007). British women's history: A documentary history from the enlightenment to world war I. London, I B Taurus.

Edited Book

MIDGLEY, Clare, TWELLS, Alison and CARLIER, Julie (2016). Women in Transnational History : Connecting the local and the global. Women's and Gender History . Abingdon, Oxon., Routledge, 13-32.

Thesis

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RICHARDSON, Rachael (2018). Business Enterprise, Consumer Culture and Civic Engagement, 1890s-1930s: Sheffield Entrepreneur, John Graves. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

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GOULD, Charlotte Rose (2017). The Sheffield Film Co-operative and the Women’s Liberation Movement. Masters, Sheffield Hallam University.

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