Encyclopedia Of Russian Women's Movements by Norma Noonan

Encyclopedia Of Russian Women's Movements

EditorNorma Noonan

Hardcover | September 1, 2001

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A comprehensive resource profiling individuals and organizations associated with Russian women's movements from the early 19th century to the post-Soviet era. Contributions by approximately fifty authors from the United States, Russia, Europe, and Canada focus upon the struggle of women to change their society and advance their gender interests. Women activists pursued improvement in educational opportunities, fought for suffrage, established journals, and sought to transform women's consciousness and establish women's studies programs and women's crises centers. They were a strong voice against the tsarist regime and the oppression of communism. Their objectives were as diverse as their strategies, which ranged from incremental reform, to terrorism, to the establishment of women's electoral organizations. This volume contains a comprehensive glossary of term and phrases and a chronology to help put events and developments into historical context. Entries are fully cross-referenced and are followed by suggested readings. This book will be of interest to students and scholars of Russian history and politics, women's history and gender studies.

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Title:Encyclopedia Of Russian Women's MovementsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:424 pages, 9.14 × 6.74 × 1.14 inPublished:September 1, 2001Publisher:Greenwood PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0313304386

ISBN - 13:9780313304385

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?Readers will find this to be an invaluable source for information on a broad range of topics, such as Russian peasant women, Soviet family policy, early Russian feminism, and women's activism in contemporary Russia. Kudos to editors Noonan and Nechemias for tackling this complex subject mattter and holding their contributors to high standards. Useful in academic and research llibraries with reference collections on women or Russia and the Soviet Union, this title is also recommended for large public libraries.??Booklist/Reference Books Bulletin