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The Case of Evgeniia Serebrennikova, Pioneering Woman Physician in Late Nineteenth-Century Russia

Michelle DenBeste

’s short biography, no scholarly work exists on her. In many ways she is a typical example of a graduating class filled with extraordinary women. Their most obvious achievement was simply their graduation. Upon graduating, Serebrennikova joined a group of

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Sergey Glebov

the manifestos of the Changing Landmarks ideology, the notion that the former classes had to reconsider their position and cooperate with the Bolsheviks as the rulers of national Russia. The image of an elegant, well-spoken imperial officer became

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Dmitry V. Arzyutov and Sergei A. Kan

that time the order of differentiation was established according to ethnic characteristic, which happened to be related, especially during the first censuses, to the class divisions of the empire. For instance, Juliette Cadiot (2007: 63–90 ) writes

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Nissim Leon, Judy Baumel-Schwartz, Amir Paz-Fuchs, and Roy Kreitner

size, form, and inscription create a uniform look for monuments that the authorities hoped would last for generations, they also broke down barriers of class and income, thus making death the ‘great equalizer’ in more ways than one. The ‘three Rs’ came

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Menachem Klein

homes and impose an exclusively Jewish historical narrative on Silwan. Unlike the hegemonic power that sees Jerusalem Palestinians as a ‘demographic threat’ that Israel tolerates as second-class residents, conditional on their acceptance of Israeli

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David N. Myers, Pnina Lahav, Sarab Abu-Rabia-Queder, Adi Mahalel, and Lauren B. Strauss

universally celebrating the working class skips the housewife. Her work must be done regardless of the day's festivities and does not count as ‘work’. One feels she is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Why the broom? It has had some symbolic, if hidden

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Sanaz Nasirpour

unequal gender relations are not replaced but reproduced in cyberspace. She argues that this mode of communication cannot be seen as a powerful mode of challenging the state of patriarchy in Kurdistan, which is sustained by religion, class and nation (2001

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Pınar Melis Yelsalı Parmaksız

head of the household acted as a medium to connect rural and urban settings. 9 In her later works she describes the formation of the middle-class family and the corresponding ways of imagining the political society in Turkish modernization, without

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A Woman Politician in the Cold War Balkans

From Biography to History

Krassimira Daskalova

the major structural characteristics of social construction (gender, race, and class) obviously influence personal identity, they do not automatically create collective consciousness. This is visible from the fact that even people who belong to the

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Farideh Pourgiv

, Mahmonir, whom she calls a princess sarcastically, expects to be treated as a well-to-do upper-class lady, in spite of the fact that she caused her husband to incur huge debts due to her pretence of an aristocratic life before his death. There is always a