Professionals' and amateurs' pasts: a decolonizing reading of post-war Romanian histories of gendered interwar activism.

TitleProfessionals' and amateurs' pasts: a decolonizing reading of post-war Romanian histories of gendered interwar activism.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsGhit, Alexandra
JournalEuropean Review of History
Volume25
Issue1
Start Page21
Pagination21 - 44
Date Published01/2018
Abstract

This article provides an illustration of a de-colonial and gendered approach that can shape 'new global labour histories' by re-reading histories of Communist women's interwar activism produced in state-socialist Romania with attention to the power context in which they were created and the clues about the work of social reproduction during the interwar that these histories provide. 

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