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1/2012
Spektakel

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Abstracts

Mineke Bosch, Hanna Hacker und Ulrike Krampl
Editorial

Beiträge

Xenia von Tippelskirch
"Es ist nichts Eingebildetes in mir". Zur Inszenierung weltabgewandten Lebens in Frankreich um 1700
"There is nothing imaginary in me". Staging Spiritual Life in France around 1700
Claudia Ulbrich
Tränenspektakel. Die Lebensgeschichte der Luise Charlotte von Schwerin (1731) zwischen Frömmigkeitspraxis und Selbstinszenierung
Spectacle of Tears: The autobiography of Luise Charlotte von Schwerin (1731) between the practice of piety and self-dramatisation
Rina Knoeff
Sex in Public. On the spectacle of female anatomy in Amsterdam around 1700
Marietta Mayrhofer-Deák
Koloniale Inszenierungen am Beispiel der Schulbuchserie "Mamadou et Bineta" (Französisch-Westafrika)
Colonial enactment as illustrated by the school book series "Mamadou et Bineta" (French West Africa)
Natascha Vittorelli
Kriegerin und Krankenschwester. Mehr oder weniger spektakuläre Inszenierungen der Partisanin im sozialistischen Jugoslawien
Fighter and medic. Staging female partisans in socialist Yugoslavia

Extra

Joachim C. Häberlen
"Weiter haben sich zwei Frauenpersonen besonders hervorgetan." Zur Rolle von Frauen in der Straßenpolitik am Ende der Weimarer Republik
"Furthermore, two female persons distinguished themselves.” About the role of women in violent street politics towards the end of the Weimar Republic

Forum

Anneke Ribberink
Maggification, a personal reading
On the historiography and a film version of Margaret Thatcher’s theatre of politics
Jessica Brandler-Weinreb
Jenseits der Geschlechterrepräsentationen
Weiblichkeit und soziale Macht in den Gemeinderäten (Consejos Comunales) Venezuelas
Fatima Farina
Ruby und die anderen: Die italienische Politik in den Zeiten der Ver-Marktung

Aktuelles und Kommentare

Eva Schöck-Quinteros und Sigrid Dauks
Aus den Akten auf die Bühne
Eine Kooperation zwischen Geschichtswissenschaft und Theater
Elisabeth Schäfer
Die vergessenen Körper der Philosophie: "Philosophy on stage #3"

Aus den Archiven

Johanna Ludwig und Irina Hundt
Louise Otto-Peters: Gesellschaft, Archiv, Jahrbücher

Rezensionen zum Themenschwerpunkt

Catrien Santing
Ulinka Rublack, Dressing up. Cultural identity in Renaissance Europe
Ulrike Krampl
Sabine Arnaud Hg., La philosophie des vapeurs, suivie d’une dissertation sur les vapeurs et les pertes de sang
Margriet van der Waal
Catherine M. Cole, Performing South Africa’s Truth Commission. Stages of transition

Weitere Rezensionen

Falko Schnicke
Zentrum für transdisziplinäre Geschlechterstudien der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin u. Projektgruppe Edition Frauenstudium Hg., Störgröße "F". Frauenstudium und Wissenschaftlerinnenkarrieren an der Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Berlin – 1892 bis 1945. Eine kommentierte Aktenedition
Dominique Schröder
Christa Hämmerle u. Li Gerhalter Hg., Apokalyptische Jahre. Die Tagebücher der Therese Lindenberg 1938 bis 1946
Kerstin Wolff
Heidi Niederkofler, Maria Mesner und Johanna Zechner Hg., Frauentag! Erfindung und Karriere einer Tradition


 

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