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This collection of essays examines women in the Krushchev era, using both newly-accessible archival material and a re-reading of published sources. Exploring diverse subjects including housing, space flight, women workers, cinema, religion and consumption, the volume places the analysis of specific events or issues within a broader discussion of economic, political, ideological and international developments to provide a full analysis of the era.
'This collection vividly illustrates these fortunes in 11 well integrated chapters that offer a fascinating introduction to the subject'. - Dan Healey, European History Quarterly
'These eleven tightly argued chapters go a considerable way to remedy the neglect of both women's experience and the gendered nature of Khrushchev's rule. It is an admirably coherent collection which should encourage further research.' - Jane McDermid, The Slavonic and East European Review
|Women Workers in the Khrushchev Era: An Overview|
|Women Workers in the Khrushchev Period|
|Women and Girls in the Virgin Lands|
|'Loose Girls' on the Loose: Sex, Propaganda and the 1957 Youth Festival|
|Mothers and Fathers and the Problems of Selfishness in the Khrushchev Period|
|Reconstruction or Reproduction?: Mothers and the Great Soviet Family in Cinema after talin|
|Monitored Selves: Soviet Women's Autobiographical Texts in the Khrushchev Era|
|Women in the Home|
|Housing and the Home in the Khrushchev Era|
|Demystifying the Heavens: Women, Religion and Khrushchev's Anti-Religious Campaign, 1954-64|
|The Cold War and the Cosmos: Valentina Tereshkova and the First Woman's Space Flight|
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Series: Studies in Russian and East European History and Society
Number Of Pages: 254
Published: 1st July 2004
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.5
Edition Number: 1