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1/2007
Dienstbotinnen [Domestic servants]

L'Homme
 

Abstracts / Heftbeschreibung (en) (de)

Gunda Barth-Scalmani & Regina Sculte
Editorial

Beiträge

Raffaella Sarti
Legenden von der heiligen Zita und Dienstbotengeschichte
Giulia Calvi
Kinship and Domestic Service in Early Modern Tuscany. Some Case Studies
Karen Diehl
Dritte Personen und narrative Dopplungen: Céleste Albaret und Marcel Proust
Helma Lutz

L'Homme extra

Christine Schneider
"Wann Gott Eine Seel ihm auserwählt, und das Herz besitzt, mus die Creatur weichen." Die Berufung zur Nonne in Hagiographie und Nekrolog
Irene Stoehr
Kalter Bürgerinnen-Krieg? Eine deutsche Debatte um NS-Vergangenheit und Frauenbewegung am Beispiel Gertrud Bäumers 1946-1948

Forum

Einführungen in die Feministische Geschichtswissenschaft und Geschlechtergeschichte. Zur Diskussion gestellt von Caroline Arni, Barbara Asen, Johann Kirchknopf u. Helmut Puff

Rezensionen

Traude Bollauf
Ursula Lüfter, Martha Verdorfer u. Adelina Wallnöfer, Wie die Schwalben fliegen sie aus. Südtirolerinnen als Dienstmädchen in italienischen Städten 1920-1960
Waltraud Ernst
Maria S. Rerrich, Die ganze Welt zu Hause. Cosmobile Putzfrauen in privaten Haushalten
Erna M. Appelt
Helma Lutz, Vom Weltmarkt in den Privathaushalt. die neuen Dienstmädchen im Zeitalter der Globalisierung
Briget Anderson, Doing the dirty work? Migrantinnen und die Globalisierung der Hausarbeit
Annemarie Steidl
Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux Hg., Domestic Service and the Formation of European Identity. Understanding the Globalization of Domestic Work, 16th--21st Centuries
Claudia Finotelli
Hausarbeit, DienstbotInnen und Migration in der Zeitschrift "Polis"
Thomas Winkelbauer
Cathrin Hermann, ... Maria Hueberin zu Moitrambs, um sich by allhiesigen Zunften einverleiben zu lassen ... Geschlechterrollen im Zwettl der Frühen Neuzeit
Elena Taddei
Katrin Keller, Hofdamen. Amtsträgerinnen im Wiener Hofstaat des 17. Jahrhunderts
Ellinor Forster
Arne Duncker, Gleichheit und Ungleichheit in der Ehe. Persönliche Stellung von Frau und Mann im Recht der ehelichen Lebensgemeinschaft 1700-1914
Cordula Scholz Löhnig, Bayerisches Eherecht von 1756 bis 1875 auf dem Weg zur Verweltlichung
Waltraud Heindl
Heidrun Zettelbauer, "Die Liebe sei Euer Heldentum". Geschlecht und Nation in völkischen Vereinen der Habsburgermonarchie
Helga Embacher
Gerhard Oberkofler, Käthe Spiegel. Aus dem Leben einer altösterreichischen Historikerin und Frauenrechtlerin in Prag
Eva Sänger
Karin Zachmann, Mobilisierung der Frauen. Technik, Geschlecht und Kalter Krieg in der DDR
Hanna Hacker
Christina von Braun u. Inge Stephan Hg., Gender@Wissen. Ein Handbuch der Gender-Theorien
Claudia Jarzebowski
Ingrid Bauer, Christa Hämmerle u. Gabriella Hauch Hg., Liebe und Widerstand. Ambivalenzen historischer Geschlechterbeziehungen


 

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Ghosts on the waterfront

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Olga Tokarczuk
A finger pointing at the moon

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Literary perspectives special: Witold Gombrowicz

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The recent publication of the private diary of Witold Gombrowicz provides unparalleled insight into the life of one of Poland's great twentieth-century novelists and dramatists. But this is not literature. Instead: here he is, completely naked. [more]

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Making a difference. Opinion, debate and activism in the public sphere
The 25th European Meeting of Cultural Journals
Oslo, 29 November - 2 December 2013

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