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Covers from the women of the Rus (900-1462), through empresses and serfs (1695-1855), industrialization and urbanization (1855-1914), activist women and revolutionary change (1890-1930) to the present.
Provides information on individuals and organizations associated with Russian women's movements from the 19th century to the Revolution of 1917 through the Soviet era (1917-1991) and transitional and post-Soviet eras (1985-).
"This handbook brings together recent and emerging research in the broad areas of women and gender studies focusing on pre-revolutionary Russia, the Soviet Union and the post-Soviet Russian Federation."
Based on extensive original research including autobiographies & biographies, memoirs, and interviews, this book provides a window to the ways in which women experienced repression in the former Soviet bloc. Discusses women's experiences of severe severe repression, including exile, deportation and as family members of those arrested, imprisoned and executed.
Provides a thorough analysis of women and society throughout history and around the world. Covers women in the sciences, literature, arts, history, philosophy, and religion. Extensive bibliographic sources.
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