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@fmct:Contents @toc4:Acknowledgments iii Contributors iii @toc1:Part I. Introduction @toc2:1. Concepts and Issues 000 @tocca:Sylvia Paletschek and Bianka Pietrow-Ennker @toc2:2. Challenging Male Hegemony: Feminist Criticism and the Context for Women's Movements in the Age of European Revolutions and Counterrevolutions, 17891860 000 @tocca:Karen Offen @toc1:Part II. Western and Central Europe @toc2:3. Recovering Lost Political Cultures: British Feminisms, 18601900 000 @tocca:Jane Rendall @toc2:4. History and Historiography of First-Wave Feminism in the Netherlands, 18601922 000 @tocca:Mineke Bosch @toc2:5. The French Feminist Movement and Republicanism, 18681914 000 @tocca:Florence Rochefort @toc2:6. The Women's Movement in Germany in an International Context 000 @tocca:Ute Gerhard @toc1:Part III. Northern Europe @toc2:7. Modernity and the Norwegian Women's Movement from the 1880s to 1914: Changes and Continuities @tocca:Ida Blom @toc2:8. Gender and Feminism in Sweden: The Fredrika Bremer Association @tocca:Ulla Manns @toc1:Part IV. East Central and Eastern Europe @toc2:9. The Emancipation of Women for the Benefit of the Nation: The Czech Women's Movement @tocca:Jitka Malecková @toc2:10. Sisters or Foes: The Shifting Front Lines of the Hungarian Women's Movements, 18961918 @tocca:Judith Szapor @toc2:11. The Polish Women's Movement up to 1914 @tocca:Bogna Lorence-Kot and Adam Winiarz @toc2:12. Feminism and Equality in an Authoritarian State: The Politics of Women's Liberation in Late Imperial Russia @tocca:Linda Edmondson @toc1:Part V. Southern Europe @toc2:13. The Rise of the Women's Movement in Nineteenth- Century Spain @tocca:Mary Nash @toc2:14. National and Gender Identity in Turn-of-the- Century Greece @tocca:Eleni Varikas @toc1:Part VI. Comparative Views @toc2:15. British and American Feminism: Personal, Intellectual, and Practical Connections @tocca:Christine Bolt @toc2:16. Women's Emancipation Movements in Europe in the Long Nineteenth Century: Conclusions @tocca:Sylvia Paletschek and Bianka Pietrow-Ennker @toc4:Notes 000 Supplementary Bibliography 000 Index of names 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Feminism Europe History 19th century Congresses, Women's rights Europe History 19th century Congresses