|Statement||edited by James P. Danky ; compiled by Maureen E. Hady, Barry Christopher Noonan, Neil E. Strache ; in association with the State Historical Society of Wisconsin.|
|Series||A Reference publication in women"s studies|
|Contributions||Noonan, Barry Christopher., Strache, Neil E., 1951-, Danky, James Philip, 1947-, State Historical Society of Wisconsin.|
|LC Classifications||Z7965 .H3 1982, HQ1180 .H3 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 376 p. :|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||82011903|
Spanish Periodicals and Newspapers: Women's Magazines Digital Collection 19th Century UK Periodicals Online, On Advanced Search, under Limit the results - Author: Fred Burchsted. Collection of women's newsletters and periodicals from the Women's History Library at Berkeley. Covers the early 's, primarily U.S. but also some international and some material as early as Individual titles are listed in the Main Catalog; do a Guided Search for "herstory" as Series Title to identify all the : Steven Knowlton. See also Newspapers: Women's Interests for relevant resources. To find information about women's magazines, newspapers and journals see: Danky, James P., ed. Women's Periodicals and Newspapers from the 18th Century to A Union List of the Holdings of Madison, Wisconsin Libraries. Boston: G. K. Hall 7 Co., HUNT REF-1 ZH3 Author: Sue Collins. History of publishing - History of publishing - Magazine publishing: Though there may have been published material similar to a magazine in antiquity, especially perhaps in China, the magazine as it is now known began only after the invention of printing in the West. It had its roots in the spate of pamphlets, broadsides, ballads, chapbooks, and almanacs that printing made possible.
Women’s magazines. Women’s magazines frequently reflect the changing view of women’s role in society. In the 18th century, when women were expected to participate in social and political life, those magazines aimed primarily at women were relatively robust and stimulating in content; in the 19th, when domesticity became the ideal, they were inclined to be insipid and humourless. This is a list of British periodicals established in the 19th century, excluding daily newspapers.. The periodical press flourished in the 19th century: the Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals plans to eventually list over , titles; the current Series 3 li titles. 19th-century periodicals have been the focus of extensive indexing efforts, such as that of. The Ladies' Magazine was a portent of women's periodicals to come. Hale took the title of literary editor of Godey's Lady's Book after it merged with Ladies' Magazine, but Tebbel credits her with running the combined publication Mary Ellen Zuckerman notes that pre-Civil War women's journals "were read primarily by ladies of leisure The editor defines as literary' those magazines that included fiction, poetry, and critical, philosophical, or familiar essays. The guide's profiles emphasize the literary features of 18th-and 19th-century periodicals, as well as their social and historical : Hardcover.
In combination with Clarence Brigham's History and Bibliography of American Newspapers , Winifred Gregory's American Newspapers, , Newspapers in Microform, , and the United States Newspaper Program Union List, this current revision forms a comprehensive record of American newspaper files from to the present. Carrier Dove, The Charlotte NC 1/1/ 7/1/ English Women's periodicals. College student periodicals. Catholic Book News at Home and Abroad New York NY 5/1/ 4/1/ English Catholic literature--Bibliography. Centennial Mayflower, The Wakefield MA 5/1/ 5/1/ English Fair and exhibition periodicals. Temperance periodicals. Women's periodicals. Databases in Artemis include: 17th and 18th Century Burney Collection, 17th and 18th Century Nichols Collection Newspapers, British Library Newspapers (Parts I-IV), 19th Century UK Periodicals, The Economist Historical Archive, , Eighteenth Century Collections Online, The Financial Times Historical Archive, , The Illustrated. Filed under: Women's rights -- 19th century -- Periodicals The Woman's Advocate (New York: W. P. Tomlinson, ) (partial serial archives) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.