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Kimble, Sara L. “Internationalist Women against Nazi Atrocities in Occupied Europe, 1941–1947." Journal of Women's History, vol. 35, no. 1, spring 2023.
Kimble, Sara L. “Women's Rights and The Rights of Man: Women's Status Under Law as the Measure of 'Civilization' in French Political and Legal Discourse, 1869-1914," in Pierre Allorant, Walter Badier, Raphaël Cahen, Sean Morris ed., Laws and International Relations: Actors, Institutions, and Comparative Legislations (Pedone, France, 2023).
Kimble, Sara L. “Political Engagement By 'Apolitical' Female European Lawyers: The International Federation of Women Judges and Lawyers, 1928-1948," Clio@Themis: Revue électronique d'histoire du droit [France], issue 25 (2023). Special issue on “Gender, History, and Law."
Kimble, Sara L. “Challenges to the Inequality of Women in French Private Law: A Brief History and Comparative Comment on English Private Law," in Dr. Manuel Bastias Saavedra and Dr. Peter Collin eds., Law and Diversity: European and Latin American Experiences from a Legal Historical Perspective (Frankfurt: Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory, 2023).
Kimble, Sara L. “Of 'Masculine Tyranny' and the 'Women's Jury': The Gender Politics of Jury Service in Belle Époque France." Law and History Review, vol. 37 issue 4, November 2019, 867–902.
“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: Ashgate, 2014.
“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.