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“Of ‘Masculine Tyranny’ and the ‘Women’s
Jury’: The Gender Politics of Jury Service in Belle Époque France.” Law and
History Review (Vol 37, forthcoming autumn 2019).
“Politics, Money, and Distrust:
French-American Alliances in the International Campaign for Women’s Equal
Rights, 1925–1930.” In Nimisha Barton and Richard Hopkins ed., Practiced
Citizenship: Women, Gender and the State in Modern France (Lincoln:
University of Nebraska Press (January 2019), 219-260.
Kimble, Sara L. and Marion Röwekamp, “Exclusion
and Inclusion in the Legal Professions: Negotiating Gender in Central Europe,
1887-1945,” Acta Poloniae Historica [Warsaw]; volume 117 (2018), special
volume on “Gender and Science in East-Central Europe,” 51-93. Published by the
Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences.
“Transatlantic Networks for Legal Feminism,
1888-1912,” Forging Bonds across Borders. Transatlantic Collaborations for
Women’s Rights and Social Justice in the Long Nineteenth Century, special
issue of German Historical Institute Bulletin Supplement, edited
by Britta Waldschmidt-Nelson and Anja Schüler, vol. 13 (2017), 55-73.
Kimble, Sara L. and Marion Röwekamp eds.,
New Perspectives on Modern European Women’s Legal History. Series:
Routledge Research in Gender and History. New York: Routledge, 2017. .
“The Rise of ‘Modern Portias’: Female
Lawyers and Activism in Third Republic France.” In New Perspectives on
European Women in the Legal Professions, edited by Sara L. Kimble and
Marion Röwekamp, 125-151. New York: Routledge, 2017.
Kimble, Sara L. and Marion Röwekamp,
“Introduction: Legal Cultures and Communities of Female Protest in Modern
European History, 1860-1960s.” In New Perspectives on European Women in the
Legal Professions, edited by Sara L. Kimble and Marion Röwekamp, 1-24. New
York: Routledge, 2017.
“Feminist Lawyers and Legal Reform in
Modern France, 1900-1946.” In Women in Law and Lawmaking in the Nineteenth
and Twentieth Century Europe, edited by Eva Schandevyl, 45-73. Aldershot:
“Popular Legal Journalism in the Writings
of Maria Vérone.” Proceedings of the Western Society for French History,
vol. 39 (2011): 224-235. (Journal now title: The Journal of the Western
Society for French History.)
“No Right to Judge: Feminism and the
Judiciary in Third Republic France.” French Historical Studies, vol.
31:4 (Winter 2008): 609-641.
“Emancipation through Secularization:
French Feminist Views of Muslim Women’s Condition in Interwar Algeria.” French
Colonial History, vol. 7 (2006): 109-128.
“‘For the Family, France, and
Humanity’: Authority and Maternity in the Tribunaux pour enfants.” Proceedings
of the Western Society for French History, Selected Papers of the 2003 Annual
Meeting, vol. 31 (2003): 212-229. Journal now titled: The Journal of the
Western Society for French History.