Iveta Jusová,Jiina Šiklová's Czech Feminisms: Perspectives on Gender in East Central PDF

By Iveta Jusová,Jiina Šiklová

ISBN-10: 0253021898

ISBN-13: 9780253021892

ISBN-10: 025302191X

ISBN-13: 9780253021915

In this wide-ranging research of women’s and gender concerns within the pre- and post-1989 Czech Republic, individuals interact with present feminist debates and theories of state and identification to ascertain the ancient and cultural modifications of Czech feminism. This selection of essays by way of major students, artists, and activists, explores such themes as reproductive rights, kingdom socialist welfare provisions, Czech women’s NGOs, anarchofeminism, human trafficking, LGBT politics, masculinity, feminist artwork, between others. Foregrounding reviews of girls and sexual and ethnic minorities within the Czech Republic, the individuals elevate vital questions about the move of feminist techniques throughout languages and cultures. because the financial orthodoxy of the eu Union threatens to occlude correct tales of the several nationwide groups comprising the Eurozone, this ebook contributes to the certainty of the various origins from which anything like a ecu neighborhood arises.

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