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Aspasia 17 (2023), 1

New York 2023: Berghahn Books
Institutional (print + online): $ 120 / £ 78 / € 95. Institutional (online): $ 108 / £ 70 / € 86



Aspasia. The International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women's and Gender History
United States
Editorial Address: 20 Jay Street Suite 512 Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA For UK/Europe: Berghahn Journals, Ltd c/o Turpin Distribution Pegasus Drive, Stratton Business Park Biggleswade, Beds. SG18 8TQ, UK For US/Rest of World: Berghahn Journals, Inc c/o Turpin North America 143 West Street New Milford, CT 06776, USA
Jakob Schneider, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin


Editor's Introduction
Sharon A. Kowalsky

A Tribute to Francisca de Haan
Masha Semashyna, Krassimira Daskalova, Ioana Cîrstocea, Mineke Bosch, Samin Rashidbeigi, Lauritz Guldal Einarsen, Isidora Grubački, Jasmina Lukić, and Agnieszka Mrozik

Research Articles

Authority, Authenticity, and the Epistemic Legacies of Cold War Area Studies: Some Reflections on Women's History and State Socialism in Eastern Europe
Kristen Ghodsee and Agnieszka Mrozik

The Social-Legal Rights and Political Activity of Albanian Women in the Late Middle Ages (Thirteenth–Fifteenth Centuries)
Ermal Baze

Becoming a Woman-Man: Notes on the Phenomenon of Sworn Virgins in the Balkans
Lada Stevanović and Mladena Prelić

Theorizing Siberian Sex: Gender, Sexuality, and Colonial Desire in Siberian Regionalist Discourses on Racial Mixing
Olga Trufanova

Expanding the Map of Sapphic Modernism(s): A Transnational Approach to Queer Women's Writings in Polish, Russian, and Ukrainian Literature
Anna Dżabagina

Between Holy Church and Holy Human Rights: Life Stories of the Romanian LGBTQ+ Community after 1989 until Romanian Accession to the European Union
Ioana Zamfir

“Why Don't They Display Male Nudes?”: Nude Photography, Women's Art, and the Redefinition of Socialist Morality in 1970s Poland
Anna Dobrowolska

Book Review Essay
There Is Always Something New to Discover: The Holocaust, Gender History, and Commemoration Policies in Central and Eastern Europe
Monika Vrzgulová

Book Reviews
Milena Kirova, Lex Heerma van Voss, Chiara Bonfiglioli, Noemi Stoichkova, Niya Neykova, Marija Bosančić, Zorana Simić, Daniela Koleva, Katarzyna Stańczak-Wiślicz, Raia Apostolova, Momchil Hristov, and Birgitta Bader-Zaar

Exhibit and Conference Reviews
Visual Imprints of Women's History; Feminism and Politics in the Interwar Balkans (1923–1939); Two Feminist Exhibitions in the Czech Republic
Valentina Mitkova, Georgios Manios, and Denisa Nečasová