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Women’s movements and feminisms in cultural memoryin cultural me

It has been repeatedly noted that hardly any memories of past women's movements and feminisms exist in the hegemonic historical culture. Yet the actors of the movements have left behind documents. This issue presents examples of what feminist memory culture and its research can look like. The open section specifically recalls the life and work history of a pan-African activist and three contributions revolve around the topic of masculinity and care. Four exciting reviews can be found at the end of the issue.

Editors: Anne Schlüter, Uta C. Schmidt

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