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L'Homme 2/2014
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Gabriella Hauch, Monika Mommertz und Claudia Opitz-Belakhal


Anna Becker
"Antike" und "Mittelalter" in der politischen Philosophie der "Renaissance": Gender als Markierung zwischen Kontinuität und Wandel
Annalena Müller
Manipulated memory - The seventeenth century tale of female dominion and male servitude in Fontevraud
Glenda Sluga
Women at the Congress of Vienna
On the historical significance of the presence, and absence, of women at the Congress of Vienna, 1814-1815
Judith Szapor
The women's debating club of Countess Károlyi
Hungarian women's revolutionary and counter-revolutionary activism in 1918/19


Lisa Malich
Die hormonelle Natur und ihre Technologien: Zur Hormonisierung der Schwangerschaft im 20. Jahrhundert


Johanna Gehmacher und Maria Mesner
Geschlechterordnungen und Periodisierungen im langen 20. Jahrhundert
Barbara Duden
Kontinuität oder Epochenbruch?
Zeitenwende oder geschichtliche Schwelle? Zur Zeitgeschichte der Integration der häuslichen Ökonomie von Frauen in die formelle Ökonomie

Im Gespräch

Claudia Opitz-Belakhal und Monika Mommertz mit Susanna Burghartz
Epochengrenzen - Epochenbilanzen: Brüche und Persistenzen in der Geschlechtergeschichte der Renaissance

Aktuelles und Kommentare

Karin Neuwirth
Die Väterrechtsbewegung in Österreich - zeitgemäßes Familienleben und pseudoegalitäre Machtdemonstrationen

Zum Gedenken an Brigitte Schnegg (1954-2014)
von Elisabeth Joris

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Carolyn J. Eichner
Alice Primi, Femmes de progrès. Françaises et Allemandes engagées dans leur siècle 1848-1870
Hannah Lotte Lund
Judith Szapor, Andrea Pető, Maura Hametz u. Marina Calloni Hg., Jewish intellectual women in Central Europe 1860-2000: Twelve biographical essays
Francisca Hoyer und Dorothea Nolde
Corina Bastian, Eva Kathrin Dade, Hillard von Thiessen u. Christian Windler Hg., Das Geschlecht der Diplomatie. Geschlechterrollen in den Außenbeziehungen vom Spätmittelalter bis zum 20. Jahrhundert
Tanja Rietmann
Julia Paulus, Eva-Maria Silies u. Kerstin Wolff Hg., Zeitgeschichte als Geschlechtergeschichte. Neue Perspektiven auf die Bundesrepublik

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Joni M. Hand, Women, manuscripts and identity in Northern Europe, 1350-1550
Anke Hufschmidt
Katrin Keller, Erzherzogin Maria von Innerösterreich (1551-1608). Zwischen Habsburg und Wittelsbach
Georg Tschannett
Francisca Loetz, Sexualisierte Gewalt 1500-1850. Plädoyer für eine historische Gewaltforschung
Lea Bühlmann
Heiko Stoff, Wirkstoffe. Eine Wissenschaftsgeschichte der Hormone, Vitamine und Enzyme 1920-1970
Sonja Matter
Erna Appelt, Brigitte Aulenbacher u. Angelika Wetterer Hg., Gesellschaft. Feministische Krisendiagnosen
Hanna Hacker
Gabriele Dietze, Weiße Frauen in Bewegung. Genealogien und Konkurrenzen von Race- und Genderpolitiken


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A finger pointing at the moon
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