The Women's Liberation Movement : impacts and outcomes /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Schulz, Kristina (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: New York : Berghahn, 2017.
Series:Protest, culture and society ; v. 22.
Online Access:Connect to the full text of this electronic book
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction. A success without impact? Case studies from the women's liberation movements in Europe / Kristina Schulz
  • Women's liberation movement and professional equality : the Swiss case / Sarah Kiani
  • How the women's movement changed academia : a comparison of Germany and the United States / Stefanie Ehmsen
  • Female bodies--fetal subjects? New reproductive technologies, feminist claims, and political change in Switzerland in the 1970/1980s / Leena Schmitter
  • Momone and the Bonnes Femmes, or Beauvoir and the MLF / Sylvie Chaperon
  • Women and words : literary practices as collective self-discovery / Kristina Schulz
  • Lesbian vertigo : living the women's liberation movement on the edge of Europe / Ana Margarida Dias Martins
  • Sexy stories and postfeminist empowerment : from Häutungen to Wetlands / Christa Binswanger and Kathy Davis
  • Lesbianism as political construction in the French feminist context / Christine Bard
  • Gender and class in the Italian women's liberation movement / Marica Tolomelli and Anna Frisone
  • "Sisterhood is plain sailing?" Multiracial feminist collectives in 1980s Britain / Natalie Thomlinson
  • Uneasy solidarity : the British men's movement and feminism / Lucy Delap
  • Echoes of ourselves? Feminisms between East and West in the Leningrad almanac Woman and Russia / Kirsten Harting
  • Cyberfeminism on the German-speaking net : contestation beyond binary code / Johanna Niesyto
  • The myth and the archives : some reflections on Swedish feminism in the 1970s / Elisabeth Elgán
  • After the protest : biographical consequences of movement activism in an oral history of women's liberation in Britain / Margaretta Jolly
  • Writing the history of feminisms (old and new) : impacts and impatience / Karen Offen.