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Rezension: Jessica M. Frazier, Women’s Antiwar Diplomacy

In Women’s Antiwar Diplomacy during the Vietnam War Era, Jessica M. Frazier explores a compelling set of questions surrounding the topics of peace activism, women’s transnational networks, and conceptions of feminism. weiterlesen

Rezension: Stefan Berger u.a. (Hg.), History of Social Movements

This survey is momentous, and at over 700 pages, this collection serves an ambitious undertaking and as a provocative challenge. Its editors have positioned this volume as a response, in part, to recent interpretations of social movements as a democratizing path toward global modernity and a utopian expression of public demands. weiterlesen

Sammelrezension: Emil Julius Gumbel

Emil Julius Gumbel hat derzeit (wieder) Konjunktur. Nach einem ersten Revival in den 1980er-/90er-Jahren mit dem Reprint einiger Werke, vor allem im Heidelberger Verlag Das Wunderhorn und mehreren Biografien war er in den letzten 25 Jahren weitgehend in Vergessenheit geraten. weiterlesen

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