Journal Special Issue – International Feminisms (Women’s History Review)

Women’s History Review, Volume 19 Number 4 September 2010

Special Issue on International Feminisms, Guest Editors, Ann Taylor Allen, Anne Cova and June Purvis

Contents

 

Introduction: International Feminisms, by Ann Taylor, Anne Cova and June Purvis

 

Articles

 

Forgotten Transnational Connections and National Contexts: an ‘entangled history’ of the political transfers that shaped Belgian feminism, 1890-1914

By Julie Carlier

 

Feminist Inheritances and Foremothers: the beginnings of feminism in modern India

By Padma Anagol

 

Continuing Cold War Paradigms in Western Historiography of Transnational Women’s Organisations: the case of the Women’s International Democratic Federation (WIDF)

By Francisca de Haan

 

‘Not the Right Moment!’ Women and the Politics of Endless Delay in Romania

By Mihaela Miroiu

 

International Feminisms in Historical Comparative Perspective: France, Italy and Portugal, 1880s -1930s

By Anne Cova

 

Forging Feminisms under Dictatorship: women’s international ties and national feminist empowerment in Chile, 1973-1990

By Jadwiga E. Pieper Mooney

 

UNICEF, Syphilis and the State: negotiating female citizenship in the post-Second World War world

By Jennifer Morris

Women’s History Review, Volume 19 Number 4 September 2010, Special Issue on International Feminisms, Guest Editors, Ann Taylor Allen, Anne Cova and June Purvis

Contents

Introduction: International Feminisms, by Ann Taylor, Anne Cova and June Purvis

Articles

Forgotten Transnational Connections and National Contexts: an ‘entangled history’ of the political transfers that shaped Belgian feminism, 1890-1914

By Julie Carlier

Feminist Inheritances and Foremothers: the beginnings of feminism in modern India

By Padma Anagol

Continuing Cold War Paradigms in Western Historiography of Transnational Women’s Organisations: the case of the Women’s International Democratic Federation (WIDF)

By Francisca de Haan

‘Not the Right Moment!’ Women and the Politics of Endless Delay in Romania

By Mihaela Miroiu

International Feminisms in Historical Comparative Perspective: France, Italy and Portugal, 1880s -1930s

By Anne Cova

Forging Feminisms under Dictatorship: women’s international ties and national feminist empowerment in Chile, 1973-1990

By Jadwiga E. Pieper Mooney

UNICEF, Syphilis and the State: negotiating female citizenship in the post-Second World War world

By Jennifer Morris