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Gender, History and ‘Small Europe’

Malečková, Jitka Cole, Laurence (Editor) ; Ther, Philipp (Editor) ; Riall, Lucy (Editor)

European History Quarterly, October 2010, Vol.40(4), pp.685-700 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Gender, History and ‘Small Europe’
  • Autor: Malečková, Jitka
  • Cole, Laurence (Editor) ; Ther, Philipp (Editor) ; Riall, Lucy (Editor)
  • Assuntos: Europe ; Gender ; Historiography ; History & Archaeology
  • É parte de: European History Quarterly, October 2010, Vol.40(4), pp.685-700
  • Descrição: Gender is a good place from which to start reflections on European history: gender history deliberately transcends borders and, at the same time, demonstrates the difficulties of writing European, or transnational, history. Focusing on recent syntheses of modern European history, both general works and those specifically devoted to gender, the article asks what kind of Europe emerges from the encounter between gender and history. It suggests that the writing of European history includes either Eastern Europe (and, sometimes, the Ottoman Empire) or a gender perspective, but seldom both. Thus, the projects of integrating a European dimension into gender history and gender into European history remain unfinished. The result is a history of a rather ‘small Europe’.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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