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633 Picture credits p. 21. Istanbul Municipal Library, documents of Fatma Aliye’s Hanım Catalogue. p. 25. From Count Albert Apponyi. The Memoirs of Count Apponyi. London, Toronto: Wilhelm Heinemann, 1935. p. 33. From the magazine Kommunistka nos. 8–9 (January–February 1921). p. 37. From Saulcerı -te Viese. Ga — je — ji uz Me — nessda — rzu. Rı -ga: Liesma, 1990. p. 41. From http://www.awin.org.yu/srp/archiva/ulice2.htm p. 44. Ingeborg Bachmann, 1957. Picture Archive of the Austrian National Library, Vienna . p. 48. From Elena Bogdan. Feminismul. Timişoara: Tip. Huniadi, 1926. p. 51. Jelica Belović-Bernadzikowska, 1898. Picture cut out by Jelica Belović-Bernadzikowska herself, probably from the journal Skola, and glued to the front of her personal memoirs. Historical Archive of Sarajevo. p. 54. Metropolitan Ervin Szabó Library, Budapest, Budapest Collection. B Small Prints, inventory no. 50289. p. 58. Hungarian Jewish Archive, Budapest. p. 62. Vela Blagoeva, Shoumen, 1887. Bulgarian Historical Archive, National Library SS Cyril and Method, Sofia. p. 70. Lithuanian National Library, Manuscript Department, F. 68, b. 474. p. 76. From Elena Bogdan. Feminismul. Timişoara: Tip. Huniadi, 1926. p. 80. From Cecylia Walewska. W Walce o równe prawa. Nasze bojownice. Warsaw, 1930, 40. p. 85. Kazimiera Bujwidowa, 1880s. Museum of Odon Bujwid, Cracow. p. 89. From Elena Bogdan. Feminismul. Timişoara: Tip. Huniadi, 1926. p. 95. From P. Arrian, ed. Pervyi zhensky kalendar, St Petersburg, 1898–1917/1908. p. 99. Private collection. Photograph by the Foto Marubi Studio, Shkodra. p. 102. From Stefan Dziewulski. Działaność naukowa i społęczna Prof. Dr. Zofii DaszyńskiejGoli ńskiej. Reprint from Ekonomista (Warsaw 1927): 2. p. 106. From Gordana Stojakovic. Znamenite zene Novog Sada. Novi Sad, 2001. p. 109. Personal archive of Serpil Çakir. p. 114. From the cover of Gordana Bosanac, ed. Izabrana djela Blaženke Despot. Zagreb: Institut za društvena istraživanja-Ženska infoteka, 2004. p. 118. From Elena Bogdan. Feminismul. Timişoara: Tip. Huniadi, 1926. p. 120. Archive of the publishing house Ileticim. p. 124. From the cover of E. Mazovetskay. Anna Engelgardt. Saint-Petersburg in the second half of the XIXth century. St Petersburg, 2001. 634 p. 127. Regina Ezera, probably late 1970s. From Regina Ezera. Dzivot uz savas zemes. Riga: Liesma, 1984. p. 131. Auguste Fickert, 1890s. Picture Archive of the Austrian National Library, Vienna. p. 135. Anna Filosofova, 1860s. From Ariadna V. Tyrkova. “Anna Filosofova i eie vremia.” In Sbornik pamiati, A. P. Filosofovoi. Petrograd: P. Golike i A. Vil’borg, 1915, 1: opposite 188. p. 140. From Zvi Gitelman. A Century of Ambivalence: the Jews of Russia and the Soviet Union , 1881 to the Present. New York: Schocken Books, c1988, 48. p. 144. Kaunas State Archive. p. 148. Archive of the Institute of Political History, 940. f., 26. őe., sheet no. 55; published in Nők lapja 17, no. 51 (18 December 1965). p. 153. From Géza Dvihally, ed. Rerum novarum. XIII. Leo pápa szociális és társadalomujitó szózatának hatása Szent István magyar birodalmában 1891–1941. A Rerum Novarum Emlékbizottság, s. l., s. a. [1941]. p. 158. From Fjalori enciklopedik shqiptar. Tirana: Akademia e shkencave te RPS te Shqiperise , 1985. p. 162. Schwimmer-Lloyd Collection, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations. p. 166. Archive of Literature and Art, Slovak National Library (SNK), Martin. p. 169. From the article by Liubov’ Gurevich’s daughter, E. N. (Elena Nikolaevna) Gurevich . “L. Ia. Gurevich-Teatral’nyi kritik. ” In Bestuzhevki v riadakh stroitelei sotsializma . Moscow: “Mysl’,” 1969, 188. p. 173. Picture Archive of the Austrian National Library, Vienna. p. 178. From Wilma A. Iggers. Women of Prague. Ethnic Diversity and Social Change from the Eighteenth Century to the Present. Providence and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 1995, 290. Courtesy of Wilma Iggers. p. 182. Dimitrana Ivanova, around 1916. Bulgarian Historical Archive, National Library SS Cyril and Method, Sofia. p. 185. Drawing made by Stjepan Kovacevic. p. 189. Milena Jesenská, early 1920s, Prague. From a postcard published by Verlag Neue Kritik, Frankfurt. p. 195. From Dunja Detoni Dujmic. Ljepsa polovica knjizevnosti. Zagreb: Matica hrvatska, 1998, 15. p. 200. Elise Käer-Kingisepp, 1960. From the private collection of Aime Reet Kingisepp, Tartu. p. 204. Ivande Kaija, 1936. From Paula Jeger-Freimane. Atzinu celi: teatris, literatura, dzive. Riga, 1936. p. 213. Reproduction in Literatura III, no. 12 (1928): 446. Copyright: Metropolitan Ervin Szabó Library, Budapest, Budapest Collection. p. 217. Teréz Karacs, late 1850s...


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