Every Week was a women's magazine published between 1915 and 1918 that featured fictional stories, advice, editorials, and advertisements. Melissa Homestead, an English professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, has created this online resource that allows visitors to explore this magazine and, by extension, learn more about how the popular women's magazine that portrayed issues of gender, race, and World War I during the early twentieth century. Visitors interested in reading Every Week may do so in the browse and search sections. As the site notes, the magazine has been digitized courtesy of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition, this digital collection is accompanied by six short essays about the magazine's history. Collectively, these essays help readers contextualize this publication.
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