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Genderperspectives in European studies

This issue focuses on the situation of women and gender equality policy in the EU and opens up current gender perspectives on and in European Studies. Four of the contributions focus on the strengths and weaknesses of the EU's institutional support strategies. Antigender policies in East-Central Europe are the focus of the fifth contribution.

In the open section, two contributions look back to the Weimar Republic, examining Berlin's lesbian, gay, and trans* subculture on the one hand and the relationship between gender and revolution in proletarian theater on the other. Other contributions deal with the complex gender-political dynamics in Iraq and analyze gender aspects in extracurricular music education.

The issue is rounded off by reviews of four current publications from the context of women's and gender studies.

Herausgeberinnen: Gudrun Hentges, Claudia Wiesner, Carola Bauschke-Urban

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