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16 Subjects per Country* Albania: Shaqe Çoba (1875–1954) Elena Gjika (Dora d’Istria) (1828?–1888?) Sevasti (1870–1949) and Parashqevi (1880–1970) Qiriazi Urani Rumbo (1895–1936) Austria: Ingeborg Bachmann (1926–1973) Auguste Fickert (1855–1910) Marianne Hainisch (1839–1936) Käthe Leichter (1895–1942) Rosa Mayreder (1858–1938) Karoline von Perin-Gradenstein (1806–1888) Adelheid Popp (1869–1939) Therese Schlesinger (1863–1940) Belarus: Esther Frumkin (1880–1943) Vera Matejczuk (1896–1981) Alaiza Pashkevich (‘Tsiotka’) (1876–1916) Nadzeja Sznarkiewicz (1897–1974) Bosnia and Herzegovina: Jelica Belović-Bernadzikowska (1870–1946) Stoja Kašiković (c. 1865–?) Staka Skenderova (1831–1891) Bulgaria: Vela Blagoeva (1858–1921) Dimitrana Ivanova (1881–1960) Elissaveta Karamichailova (1897–1968) Lyuben Karavelov (1834–1879) * This list is only intended to provide a guideline to readers wishing to locate the current nation states where the subjects listed above were active, or to identify the nationalizing/nationalist contexts in which their feminist and women’s organizations operated. 17 Ekaterina Karavelova (1860–1947) Anna Karima (1871–1949) Kina Konova (1872–1952) Julia Malinova (1869–1953) Vera Zlatareva (1905–1977) Ekaterina Zlatoustova (1881–1952) Croatia: Blaženka Despot (1930–2001) Dragojla Jarnević (1812–1875) Marija Jurić (1873–1957) Adela Milčinović (1878–1968) Kata Pejnović (1899–1966) Lydia Sklevicky (1952–1990) Czech Republic: Milada Horáková (1901–1950) Milena Jesenská (1896–1944) Eliška Krásnohorská (1847–1926) Charlotta Garrigue Masaryková (1850–1923) Božena Němcová (1820?–1862) Teréza Nováková (1853–1912) Františka Plamínková (1875–1942) Karolína Světlá (1830–1899) Toyen (Marie Čermínová) (1902–1980) Božena Viková-Kunětická (1862–1934) Estonia: Elise Käer-Kingisepp (1901–1989) Vera Poska-Grünthal (1898–1986) Lilli (Caroline) Suburg (1841–1923) Greece: Callirhoe Parren (1859–1940) Maria Svolou (1892?–1976) Avra Theodoropoulou (1880–1963) Hungary: Countess Apponyi (1867–1942) Hermin Beniczky (Mrs Pál Veres) (1815–1895) Johanna Bischitz (1827–1898) Mariska Gárdos (1885–1973) Sarolta Geőcze (1862–1928) Vilma Glücklich (1872–1927) Emilia Kánya (1830–1905) Teréz Karacs (1808–1892) 18 Eugénia Miskolczy Meller (Mrs Artur Meller) (1872–1944) Róza Schwimmer (1877–1948) Margit Slachta (1884–1974) Szeréna Stern (Mrs Pollák) (1894–1966) Ilona Stetina (1855–1932) Latvia: Aspazija (1865–1943) Regina Ezera (1930–2002) Ivande Kaija (1876–1941) Kla – ra Kalniņa (1874–1964) Karolıne Kronvalde (1836–1913) Berta Pıpin ̧a (1883–1942) Lithuania: Felicija Bortkevičienė (1873–1945) Magdalena Galdikienė (1891–1979) Ona Mašiotienė (1883–1949) Gabrielė Petkevičaitė (1861–1943) Macedonia: Kostadina Bojadjieva Nasteva-Rusinska (1880–1932) Veselinka Malinska (1917–1988) Estreya Haim Ovadya (1922–1944) Rosa Plaveva (1878–1970) Kočo Racin (1908–1943) Moldova: Elena Djionat (1888–?) Poland: Justyna Budzińska-Tylicka (1867–1936) Kazimiera Bujwidowa (1867–1932) Zofia Daszyńska-Golińska (1866–1934) Paulina Kuczalska-Reinschmit (1859–1921) Teodora Męczkowska (1870–1954) Zofia Moraczewska (1873–1958) Iza Moszczeńska (1864–1941) Eliza Orzeszkowa (1841–1910) Anna Szelągowska (1880–1962) Maria Szeliga (1854–1927) Tadeusz Żeleński (Boy) (1874–1941) Narcyza Żmichowska (1819–1876) Romania: Maria Baiulescu (1860–1941) Calypso Botez (1880–?) Princess Alexandrina Cantacuzino (1876–1944) 19 Elena Meissner (1867–1940) Sofia Nădejde (1856–1946) Ella Negruzzi (1876–1948) Eugenia de Reuss Ianculescu (1866–1938) Alice Voinescu (1885–1961) Adela Xenopol (1861–1939) Russia: Praskov’ia Arian (1864/5–1949) Inessa Armand (1874–1920) Mariia Chekhova (1866–1934) Anna Engelgardt (1838–1903) Anna Filosofova (1837–1912) Liubov’ Gurevich (1866–1940) Anna Kal’manovich (?–?) Alexandra Kollontai (1872–1952) Nadezhda Krupskaia (1869–1939) Ekaterina Kuskova (1869–1958) Zinaida Mirovich (1865–1913) Serafima Panteleeva (1846–1918) Anna Shabanova (1848–1932) Ol’ga Shapir (1850–1916) Ekaterina Shchepkina (1854–1938) Poliksena Shishkina-Iavein (1875–1947) Nadezhda Stasova (1822–1895) Mariia Trubnikova (1835–1897) Ariadna Tyrkova-Williams (1869–1962) Serbia: Ksenija Atanasijević (1894–1981) Draga Dejanović (Dejanovich) (1840–1871) Biljana Jovanović (1953–1996) Draga Ljočić (Ljotchich)-Milošević (1855–1926) Milica Ninković (Ninkovich) (1854–1881) Žarana Papić (1949–2002) Isidora Sekulić (1877–1958) Slovakia: Hana Gregorová (1885–1958) Elena Maróthy-Šoltésová (1855–1939) L’udmila Podjavorinská (1872–1951) Barbora Rezlerová-Švarcová (1890–1941) Terézia Vansová (1857–1942) 20 Slovenia: Zofka Kveder (1878–1926) Pavlina Pajk (1854–1901) Alojzija Štebi (1883–1956) Vida Tomšič (1913–1998) Angela Vode (1892–1985) Turkey: Fatma Aliye (1862–1936) Suat Derviş (1905–1972) Halide Edib Adıvar (1884–1964) Ulviye Mevlan Civelek (1893–1964) Nezihe Muhittin (1889–1958) Nurser Öztunalı (1947–1999) Sabiha Sertel (1895–1968) Ukraine...

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ISBN
9786155053726
Related ISBN
9789637326394
MARC Record
OCLC
868217084
Pages
698
Launched on MUSE
2014-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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