'What does it mean to be a feminist historian?'

Please read in advance: – Penny Summerfield, ‘Concluding Thoughts: performance, the self, and women’s history’, Women’s History Review, 22:2 (2013), pp. 345-352 – Hester Barron and Claire Langhamer, ‘Feeling through practice: subjectivity and emotion in children’s writing’, Journal of Social History, 51:1 (2016), pp. 101-124 – Lucy Delap, ‘Uneasy Solidarity: The British men’s movement and feminism’, in Women’s Liberation Movement: impacts and outcomes (Berghahn, 2017), ed Kristina Schulz, p. 214-236