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ASPASIA: International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women’s and Gender History

Aspasia is an international peer-reviewed yearbook that brings out the best scholarship in the field of interdisciplinary women’s and gender history focused on – and produced in – Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe. This region includes such countries as Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, and Ukraine. In these countries the field of women’s and gender history has developed unevenly and has remained only marginally represented in the “international” canon. Through its contributions, Aspasia transforms “European women’s history” into more than Western European women’s history, as is still often the case, and expands the comparative angle of research on women and gender to all parts of Europe.



Gender & History is now established as the major international journal in English for research and writing on the history of femininity and masculinity and of gender relations. Spanning epochs and continents, Gender & History examines changing conceptions of gender, and maps the dialogue between femininities, masculinities and their historical contexts. The journal publishes rigorous and readable articles both on particular episodes in gender history and on broader methodological questions which have ramifications for the discipline as a whole.

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L’HOMME. Europäische Zeitschrift für Feministische Geschichtswissenschaft/European Journal of Feminist History

L´Homme Z.F.G. was first published in 1990: it is the first feminist history journal in the German language, mainly covering the period from the Middle Ages to the present and focussing on the concept of a Europe with open frontiers.

The journal serves as an interface between various linguistic and academic cultures; therefore translations from Italian, French, Dutch, Bulgarian and other European languages are welcomed as encouraging transnational approaches to Women´s and Gender History. A maximum of thirty percent of the articles published in L’Homme Z.F.G are in English.

L`Homme Z.F.G. consciously positions itself as an interdisciplinary project within the disciplines of history and feminist studies, participating in the central discussions and controversies that dominate either field. The journal is peer reviewed and accompanied by a book series, L’HOMME.Schriften, as well as the L’HOMME Archiv. The editors come from seven different European countries.

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