CfP: International Networks of Women’s Activism and Mobility in Central and East Central Europe 1848-1990 (Publication); by: 30.06.2024

Historian Dóra Fedeles-Czeferner is the editor of a special issue of the Hungarian Historical Review (Web) that explores women’s activism in Central and East Central Europe (including the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and its successor states) between 1848 and 1990. It investigates the history of the diverse array of women’s associations in these regions and considers the ways in which these associations established networks and cooperated in their efforts to further women’s rights. It also examines the endeavors of the individual leaders of these movements over longer periods of time and often across international borders or under radically shifting political regimes.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to): … read more and source (Web)