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Preface Chronology: a framework for the study of European feminisms Prologue: history, memory, and empowerment 1. Thinking about feminism in European history Part I. The Eighteenth Century: 2. Reclaiming the enlightenment for feminism 3. Challenging masculine aristocracy: feminism and the French Revolution Part II. The Nineteenth Century: 4. Rearticulating feminist claims, 1820-1848 5. Birthing the 'Women question', 1848-1870 6. Internationalizing feminism, 1870-1890 7. Feminist challenges and antifeminist responses, 1890-1914 8. Nationalizing feminisms and feminizing nationalisms, 1890-1914 Part III. The Twentieth Century: 9. Feminism under fire: World War I, the Russian Revolution, and the Great Backlash, 1914-1930s 10. Feminist dilemmas in postwar national political cultures: England, Italy, Austria, Hungary, and Germany 11. More feminisms in national settings: Portugal, Ireland, Spain, and Sweden 12. Globalizing and politicizing European feminist international activity, 1919-1945 Epilogue: Reinventing the wheel? Notes Bibliography Index.