Women’s Emancipation Movements in the Nineteenth Century
A European Perspective
Edited by Sylvia Paletschek and Bianka Pietrow-Ennker


Table of Contents for Womens Emancipation Movements in the 19th Century

Table of Contents for Womens Emancipation Movements in the 19th Century





Part I. Introduction

1.      Concepts and Issues, by Sylvia Paletschek and Bianka Pietrow-Ennker

2.      Challenging Male Hegemony: Feminist Criticism and the Context for Womens Movements in the Age of European Revolutions and Counterrevolutions, 1789-1860, by Karen Offen


Part II. Western and Central Europe

3.      Recovering Lost Political Cultures: British Feminisms, 1860-1900, by Jane Rendall

4.      History and Historiography of First-Wave Feminism in the Netherlands, 1860-1922, by Mineke Bosch

5.      The French Feminist Movement and Republicanism, 1868-1914, by Florence Rochefort

6.      The Womens Movement in Germany in an International Context, by Ute Gerhard


Part III. Northern Europe

7.      Modernity and the Norwegian Womens Movement from the 1880s to 1914: Changes and Continuities, by Ida Blom

8.      Gender and Feminism in Sweden: The Fredrika Bremer Association, by Ulla Manns


Part IV. East Central and Eastern Europe

9.      The Emancipation of Women for the Benefit of the Nation: The Czech Womens Movement, by Jitka Maleckov

10.  Sisters or Foes: The Shifting Front Lines of the Hungarian Womens Movements, 1896-1918, by Judith Szapor

11.  The Polish Womens Movement to 1914, by Bogna Lorence-Kot and Adam Winiarz

12.  Feminism and Equality in an Authoritarian State: The Politics of Womens Liberation in Late Imperial Russia, by Linda Edmondson


Part V. Southern Europe

13.  The Rise of the Womens Movement in Nineteenth-Century Spain, by Mary Nash

14.  National and Gender Identity in Turn-of-the-Century Greece, by Eleni Varikas


Part VI. Comparative Views

15.  British and American Feminism: Personal, Intellectual, and Practical Connections, by Christine Bolt

16.  Womens Emancipation Movements in Europe in the Long Nineteenth Century: Conclusions, by Sylvia Patelschek and Bianka Pietrow-Ennker



Supplementary Bibliography

Index of Names