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Beaumont, C. (2017). The Mothers' Union and the Women's Movement: a history of female activism 1876-2017. Families First

Beaumont, C. (2016). What Do Women Want? Housewives' Associations, Activism and Changing Representations of Women in the 1950s. Women's History Review, 26(1), 147-162. doi:

Beaumont, C. (2015). What is a Wife? Reconstructing Domesticity in postwar Britain before The Feminine Mystique. History of Women in the Americas, 3 61-76. doi:

Beaumont, C. (2014). Fighting for the Privileges of Citizenship: The Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), feminism and the women's movement, 1928-1945. Women's History Review, 23(3), 463 - 479. doi:

Book Section

Beaumont, C. (2018). After the Vote: Women, citizenship and the campaign for gender equality in the Irish Free State 1922-1943. In L. Ryan, and M. Ward (Eds.), Irish Women and the Vote: Becoming Citizens (2nd ed.) Dublin, Ireland: Irish Academic Press.

Beaumont, C. (2017). Housewives and Citizens: Encouraging Active Citizenship in the Print Media of Housewives' Associations during the Interwar Years. In M. DiCenzo, C. Clay, B. Green, and F. Hackney (Eds.), Women's Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain: the Interwar Period Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Beaumont, C. (2017). What do women want? Housewives’ associations, activism and changing representations of women in the 1950s. In P. Tinkler, S. Spencer, and C. Langhamer (Eds.), Women in Fifties Britain: A New Look London: Routledge.


Beaumont, C. (2018). The Transnational Women’s Suffrage Movement: how the vote was won in the USA, 1848-1920. Adam Matthew.

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