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Clio on the Margins: Women's and Gender History in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (Part Two)

Clio on the Margins: Women's and Gender History in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (Part... Women's and Gender History in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (Part Two) Edited by Krassimira Daskalova Women's History and Gender Sensitive Scholarship in Albania Enriketa Papa-Pandelejmoni and Gentiana Kera Albania experienced different forms of state organization in the twentieth century, which influenced the aims and forms of organization of the women's movement, women's activism, and transformations of the gender contract in general. The aim of this essay is twofold: first, to give a short overview of the development of the women's movement in Albania from its emergence in the early twentieth century up to the transitional period a er the fall of the communist regime; second, to present the gender sensitive research published by Albanian (and foreign) scholars, with specific a ention paid to those works dealing with women's past, gender issues, and the institutionalization of gender studies at the University of Tirana. Women's history is still far from being developed as an independent research field in Albania, although the amount of writing on women has been constantly increasing. The earliest works dealing with the position of women within the family and society were published during Rilindja Kombëtare (the Albanian National Revival) at the end of the nineteenth http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aspasia Berghahn Books

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Berghahn Books
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© 2022 Berghahn Books
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1933-2882
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1933-2890
DOI
10.3167/asp.2013.070108
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Women's and Gender History in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (Part Two) Edited by Krassimira Daskalova Women's History and Gender Sensitive Scholarship in Albania Enriketa Papa-Pandelejmoni and Gentiana Kera Albania experienced different forms of state organization in the twentieth century, which influenced the aims and forms of organization of the women's movement, women's activism, and transformations of the gender contract in general. The aim of this essay is twofold: first, to give a short overview of the development of the women's movement in Albania from its emergence in the early twentieth century up to the transitional period a er the fall of the communist regime; second, to present the gender sensitive research published by Albanian (and foreign) scholars, with specific a ention paid to those works dealing with women's past, gender issues, and the institutionalization of gender studies at the University of Tirana. Women's history is still far from being developed as an independent research field in Albania, although the amount of writing on women has been constantly increasing. The earliest works dealing with the position of women within the family and society were published during Rilindja Kombëtare (the Albanian National Revival) at the end of the nineteenth

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Published: Mar 1, 2013

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