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“Did You Teach Us to Do Otherwise?”

Young Women in the Tsukunft Youth Movement in Interwar Poland and Their Role Models

Magdalena Kozłowska

again arrested, and exiled to Siberia for life. She regained her freedom in 1917, but she opposed the Bolsheviks, and after the October Revolution fled Russia for Czechoslovakia in 1924. Lastly, Tsukunft's politics of memory featured women Bundists who

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Wojciech Śmieja

Partisans). “The Partisans” tried to impose upon the whole society their vision of history, culture, and morality. They cunningly inspired the politics of memory based on the three intermingled fundamental myths: of victory, of unity, and of innocent victims

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Between Trauma and Resilience

A Transnational Reading of Women's Life Writing about Wartime Rape in Germany and Bosnia and Herzegovina

Agatha Schwartz and Tatjana Takševa

the crimes they suffered and to participate actively in the creation of the politics of memory. Such politics as well as the performative act itself, as Antonio Sousa notes, “effectively transposes the often long-silenced individual suffering to the

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A Woman Politician in the Cold War Balkans

From Biography to History

Krassimira Daskalova

, “Striking Lives: Oral History and the Politics of Memory,” Journal of Women’s History 9, no. 1 (Spring 1997): 138–157; Krassimira Daskalova, ed., Voices of Their Own: Oral History Interviews of Women (Sofia: POLIS, 2004), 7–16; Fidelis, Women, Communism

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Love and Sex in Wartime

Controlling Women’s Sexuality in the Ukrainian Nationalist Underground

Marta Havryshko

roles of women in the underground (as lovers, wives, or mothers), 2 and representations of women’s experiences in historiography and politics of memory. 3 A prominent historian, Oksana Kis, has analyzed the different roles of women that were associated

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Birgitta Bader-Zaar, Evguenia Davidova, Minja Bujaković, Milena Kirova, Malgorzata Fidelis, Stefano Petrungaro, Alexandra Talavar, Daniela Koleva, Rochelle Ruthchild, Vania Ivanova, Valentina Mitkova, Roxana L. Cazan, Sylwia Kuźma-Markowska, and Nadia Danova

disintegration of Yugoslavia. Chapter 8, “Eastern Europe in the 21 st Century,” illuminates recent developments in Eastern Europe, including the impact of European integration, the rise of authoritarian populism, and the politics of memory. For the purpose of

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Virile Resistance and Servile Collaboration

Interrupting the Gendered Representation of Betrayal in Resistance Movements

Maša Mrovlje

Occupation and the politics of memory in its aftermath see Mrovlje (2019) , Kruks (2012 ) and Kaplan (2000) . 3 Examples include the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa, the left-wing militants in Argentina and the resistance of the Irish Republican