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Editorial

Editorial This is the tenth volume of Aspasia, the international peer-reviewed annual of wom- en’s and gender history of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe (CESEE). Most readers will know that each volume of Aspasia usually contains some general articles about women’s and gender history in the region, and some articles related to a spe- cific theme. Information about future themes, as well as general information about publishing in Aspasia, can be found on our website (http://www.berghahnbooks.com/ journals/asp/). The call for papers for this volume invited historians to reflect on the current strong interest in archives in relation to the CESEE region. The questions we raised included: what is the state of the archives in the country you are working on? How has the archi- val landscape shaped research on women’s and gender history? Have you developed specific research strategies to find traces of women or to work around the limited sources available? And, does the digital revolution lead to a greater availability and visibility of women’s archives or sources relevant for women’s and gender history in the region? This last question was not taken up in any of the submissions we received, but projects to digitize archival sources in women’s http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aspasia Berghahn Books

Editorial

Aspasia , Volume 10 (1): 4 – Mar 1, 2016

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Berghahn Books
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© 2022 Berghahn Books
ISSN
1933-2882
eISSN
1933-2890
DOI
10.3167/asp.2016.100101
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Abstract

This is the tenth volume of Aspasia, the international peer-reviewed annual of wom- en’s and gender history of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe (CESEE). Most readers will know that each volume of Aspasia usually contains some general articles about women’s and gender history in the region, and some articles related to a spe- cific theme. Information about future themes, as well as general information about publishing in Aspasia, can be found on our website (http://www.berghahnbooks.com/ journals/asp/). The call for papers for this volume invited historians to reflect on the current strong interest in archives in relation to the CESEE region. The questions we raised included: what is the state of the archives in the country you are working on? How has the archi- val landscape shaped research on women’s and gender history? Have you developed specific research strategies to find traces of women or to work around the limited sources available? And, does the digital revolution lead to a greater availability and visibility of women’s archives or sources relevant for women’s and gender history in the region? This last question was not taken up in any of the submissions we received, but projects to digitize archival sources in women’s

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Published: Mar 1, 2016

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