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Women's and Gender History, Twentieth Century: East and West

Women's and Gender History, Twentieth Century: East and West Review Essay by Anne Cova Ann Taylor Allen, Women in Twentieth-Century Europe, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, 208 pp., $28.95 (pb), ISBN 1-4039-9374-2. Efi Avdela, Le genre entre classe et nation. Essais d'historiographie grecque (Gender between class and nation. Essays on Greek historiography), Paris: Syllepse, 2006, 205 pp., 20.00 (pb), ISBN 2-84950-045-3. Françoise Thébaud, Ecrire l'histoire des femmes et du genre (Writing women's and gender history), Lyon: ENS Editions, 2007, 312 pp., 24.00 (pb), ISBN 978-2-84788-093-9. More than thirty years a er the founding of women's and gender history as an academic field, the publication of the three books reviewed here shows that, as Alain Corbin asserts in his enthusiastic preface to Françoise Thébaud's book, this is `one of the most fascinating a empts at innovation in the historical discipline'.1 All three of these books by historians who are experts on the twentieth century a est both to the continuing vitality of the research in this field and to the complexity of the questions that researchers confront. In Ecrire l'histoire des femmes et du genre (Writing women's and gender history), Françoise Thébaud focuses on historiography. Originally published almost ten years ago, this important work has now been republished http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aspasia Berghahn Books

Women's and Gender History, Twentieth Century: East and West

Aspasia , Volume 3 (1) – Mar 1, 2009

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1933-2882
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1933-2890
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10.3167/asp.2009.030111
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Review Essay by Anne Cova Ann Taylor Allen, Women in Twentieth-Century Europe, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, 208 pp., $28.95 (pb), ISBN 1-4039-9374-2. Efi Avdela, Le genre entre classe et nation. Essais d'historiographie grecque (Gender between class and nation. Essays on Greek historiography), Paris: Syllepse, 2006, 205 pp., 20.00 (pb), ISBN 2-84950-045-3. Françoise Thébaud, Ecrire l'histoire des femmes et du genre (Writing women's and gender history), Lyon: ENS Editions, 2007, 312 pp., 24.00 (pb), ISBN 978-2-84788-093-9. More than thirty years a er the founding of women's and gender history as an academic field, the publication of the three books reviewed here shows that, as Alain Corbin asserts in his enthusiastic preface to Françoise Thébaud's book, this is `one of the most fascinating a empts at innovation in the historical discipline'.1 All three of these books by historians who are experts on the twentieth century a est both to the continuing vitality of the research in this field and to the complexity of the questions that researchers confront. In Ecrire l'histoire des femmes et du genre (Writing women's and gender history), Françoise Thébaud focuses on historiography. Originally published almost ten years ago, this important work has now been republished

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Published: Mar 1, 2009

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