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This book is part of the series
'Feministskaia kollektsiia'

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Zhenskii Proekt
Metamorfozy Dissidentskogo Feminizma vo Vzgliadakh Molodogo Pokoleniia Rossii i Avstrii
[ The women`s project : The metamorphosis of dissident feminism in the eyes of the younger generation in Russia and Austria]

Ed. by S. Iaroshenko
St. Petersburg:  Aleteiia, 2011
336 p. [2 ill.]Images
Serie: Feministskaia kollektsiia
pbk. 14 x 21 cm
ISBN: 9785914194335
Language: Russian and German
This book is a collection of articles on the fate of Russian dissident feminism in the late soviet society. People of several generations from Russia and Austria argue on the actuality of the women’s issue then and now. (0.405 kg.)
Subjects
» Government and Politics   » Human Rights, Political Opposition
» History: General Works and Philosophy of History   » Russia in the 20th-21st Centuries
» Social Movements / Current Affairs
» Current Topics   » Three Waves of Russian Emigration-Russkoe Zarubezh`e

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