Women in Central and Eastern Europe Issue
Winter 1995
Vol. 16, No. 1



Identity and Representation

Between Despair and Hope: A Belgrade Diary
by Sara Bafo

Women, Democracy, and Nationalism After 1989: The Yugoslav Case
by Rada Ivekovic

Heidi and the Wall
by John Borneman

Gender Identity in Russia: A Comparison of Post-World War II and Post-Communist Experience
by Marina Malysheva

Women in Latvia Today: Changes and Experiences
by Irina Novikova

The Representation of Female Bodies in Romanian Journals for Women
by Madalina Nicolaescu

A Case of Mixed Identities: The Representation of Women in Post-Socialist Polish Films
by Janina Falkowska

Striving for Femininity: (Post) Soviet Un-Feminism
by Fran Markowitz

Silenced and Silent: Lesbians in Romania
by Mona Nicoara

Women, Work, and Marketization

Women in Russia: The More Things Change the More Things Stay the Same
by Beth Richardson

Women Under Perestroika and Doi Moi: A Comparison of Marketization in Russia and Vietnam
by Ann Hibner Koblitz

Women in Ukraine: Trends and Tendencies in the Labour Market
by Svetlana V. Kupryashkina

Women Amid Social Transformation: The Dual Transformation in Germany and its Ambivalent Consequences
by Hildegard Maria Nickel

Organizing for Change

Rapports ouverts, sociétés fermés: Les conséquences politiques de l'échec du mouvement des femmes est-allemandes
par Ulrike Baureithel

Women's Activism in Russia: Losses and Gains 1989-1993
by Yevgenia Issraelyan

Unexpressionism? Challenges to the Formation of Women's Groups in Hungary
by Katalin Fabian

How and Why Do Czech Women Associate? (Altos, Sopranos, and a Few Discordant Voices)
by Eva Hauser

Do Polish Women Need Feminism? Recent Activity of the Parliament Women's Group
by Eva C. Karpinski

Feminist Organizing in Serbia: 1990-1994
by Donna M. Hughes and Lepa Mladjenovic

Bread and Roses in Zagreb
by Nina Czegledy