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By Catherine Baker

A concise and obtainable creation to the gender histories of jap Europe and the Soviet Union within the 20th century. those essays juxtapose demonstrated subject matters in gender historical past comparable to motherhood, masculinities, paintings and activism with more moderen components, equivalent to the heritage of imprisonment and the transnational historical past of sexuality.

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