Letter: Defending 'mad women in attics' 4

February 1, 2002

Although I cannot comment usefully on the merits of Pugh's book, my personal experience shows that June Purvis believes that men can contribute to women's history. The pages of Women's History Review , which she edits, have always welcomed male contributors.

John K. Walton
Professor of social history
University of Central Lancashire

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