Items where SHU Author is "Verdon, Nicola"
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VERDON, Nicola (2015). Left out in the cold: Village women and agricultural labour in England and Wales during the First World War. Twentieth Century British History. (In Press)
GAZELEY, Ian and VERDON, Nicola (2014). The first poverty line? Davies' and Eden's investigation of rural poverty in the late 18th-century England. Explorations in Economic History, 51, 94-108.
VERDON, Nicola (2012). Business and pleasure : middle-class women’s work and the professionalization of farming in England, 1890-1939. Journal of British Studies, 51 (2), 393-415.
VERDON, Nicola (2010). "The modern countrywoman”: farm women, domesticity and social change in interwar Britain. History Workshop Journal, 70 (1), 86-107.
HOWKINS, Alun and VERDON, Nicola (2009). The state and the farm worker: the evolution of the minimum wage in agriculture in England and Wales, 1909-24. Agricultural history review, 57 (2), 257-274.
VERDON, Nicola (2009). Agricultural labour and the contested nature of women’s work in interwar England and Wales. The Historical Journal, 52 (1), 109-130.
HOWKINS, Alun and VERDON, Nicola (2008). Adaptable and sustainable? Male farm service and the agricultural labour force in midland and southern England, c.1850-1925. Economic History Review, 61 (2), 467-495.
SAYER, Karen and VERDON, Nicola (2016). The Professionalization of Farming for Women in Late Victorian Britain : the Role and Legacy of the Langham Place Feminists. In: AMBROSE, Linda M. and JENSEN, Joan M., (eds.) Recipes for Rural Life : Food History and Women Professionals, 1880-1965. Iowa, USA, University of Iowa Press. (In Press)