Women's Emancipation Movements in the Nineteenth Century: A European Perspective
This collection of essays gives a picture of the women's movements throughout Europe in a time of far-reaching cultural, political and socio-economic transformations: the end of the 19th century and the start of 20th century. The book contains: Challenging male hegemony: feminist criticism and the context for women's movements in the age of European revolutions and counterrevolutions, 1789-1860 / by Karen Offen; Recovering lost political cultures: British feminisms, 1860-1900 / by Jane Rendall; History and historiography of first wave feminism in the Netherlands, 1860-1922 / by Mineke Bosch; The French feminist movement and republicanism, 1868-1914 / by Florence Rochefort; The women's movements in Germany in an international context / by Ute Gerhard; Modernity and the Norwegian women's movements from the 1880s to 1914: changes and continuities / by Ida Blom; Gender and feminism in Sweden: the Fredrika Bremer Association / by Ulla Manns; The emancipation of women for the benefit of the nation: the Czech women's movement / by Jitska Malecková; Sisters of foes: the shifting front lines of the Hungarian women' movements, 1896-1918 / by Judith Szapor; The Polish women's movement to 1914 / by Bogna Lorence-Kot and Adam Winiarz; Feminism and quality in an authoritarian state: the politics of women's liberation in late imperial Russia / by Linda Edmondson; The rise of the women's movement in Nineteenth Century Spain / by Mary Nash; National and gender identity in turn-of-the-century Greece / by Eleni Varikas; British and American feminism: personal, intellectual, and practical connections / by Christine Bolt; Women's emancipation movements in Europe in the long nineteenth century: conclusions / by Sylvia Paletschek and Bianka Pietrow-Ennker.
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