Rusterholz Caroline
Rusterholz Caroline
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Women's medicine: Sex, family planning and British female doctors in transnational perspective, 1920–70
C Rusterholz
Manchester University Press, 2020
Reproductive politics in twentieth-century France and Britain
J Olszynko-Gryn, C Rusterholz
Medical History 63 (2), 117-133, 2019
‘Two children to make ends meet’: the ideal family size, parental responsibilities and costs of children on two sides of the Iron Curtain during the post-war fertility …
Y Hilevych, C Rusterholz
The History of the Family 23 (3), 408-425, 2018
Deux enfants c'est déjà pas mal. Famille et fécondité en Suisse (1955-1970)
C Rusterholz
Lectures, Les livres, 2017
Costs of children and models of parenthood: Comparative evidence from two Swiss cities, 1955–1970
C Rusterholz
Journal of Family History 40 (2), 208-229, 2015
Reproductive behavior and contraceptive practices in comparative perspective, Switzerland (1955–1970)
C Rusterholz
The History of the Family 20 (1), 41-68, 2015
English and French women doctors in international debates on birth control (1920–1935)
C Rusterholz
Social History of Medicine 31 (2), 328-347, 2018
Testing the Gräfenberg ring in interwar Britain: Norman Haire, Helena Wright, and the debate over statistical evidence, side effects, and intra-uterine contraception
C Rusterholz
Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 72 (4), 448-467, 2017
English women doctors, contraception and family planning in transnational perspective (1930s–70s)
C Rusterholz
Medical History 63 (2), 153-172, 2019
‘You Can’t Dismiss That as Being Less Happy, You See It Is Different’. Sexual Counselling in 1950s England
C Rusterholz
Twentieth Century British History 30 (3), 375-398, 2019
Youth sexuality, responsibility, and the opening of the Brook Advisory Centres in London and Birmingham in the 1960s
C Rusterholz
Journal of British Studies 61 (2), 315-342, 2022
Fathers in 1960s Switzerland: a silent revolution?
C Rusterholz
Gender & History 27 (3), 828-843, 2015
“If we can show that we are helping adolescents to understand themselves, their feelings and their needs, then we are doing [a] valuable job”: counselling young people on …
C Rusterholz
Medical Humanities 49 (2), 154-162, 2023
Une transition au féminin? Modèles de parentalité et fécondité en Suisse (1955-1970)
C Rusterholz, AF Praz
Genre, sexualité & société, 2016
Teenagers, Sex and the Brook Advisory Centres (1964-1985)
C Rusterholz
University of London Press, 2021
Medicalising birth control at the international conferences (1920–37): A British–French comparison
C Rusterholz
Women’s medicine, 137-168, 2020
Depo-Provera, class, race and the domiciliary family planning services in Glasgow and Haringey, 1970-1983
C Rusterholz, L Kelly
The Historical Journal, 2024
“A Mechanical View of Sex outside the Context of Love and the Family”: Contraception, Censorship, and the Brook Advisory Centre in Britain, 1964–1985
C Rusterholz
Journal of the History of Sexuality 33 (1), 33-55, 2024
Talking about sexual and reproductive health: counselling encounters in postwar Europe
J Bangham, Y Hilevych, C Rusterholz
Medical Humanities 49 (2), 149-153, 2023
Donna J. Drucker, Contraception, A Concise History
C Rusterholz
European Journal for the History of Medicine and Health 78 (1), 222-225, 2021
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