The Rise of Women's Transnational Activism: Identity and by Marie Sandell

By Marie Sandell

What characterized women’s overseas co-operation within the interwar interval? How did woman activists from various international locations and continents relate to each other? Marie Sandell right here explores the altering reviews of girls taken with the foremost foreign women's enterprises - together with the overseas Council of ladies, overseas Alliance of girls, Women’s overseas League for Peace and Freedom, and the foreign Federation of college ladies - in addition to the altering compositions and goals of the businesses themselves. relocating past an Anglo-American concentration, Sandell analyses what the time period 'international sisterhood' intended during this broader context, which for the 1st time integrated ladies from the past the Western international. targeting moving identities, this e-book investigates how notions of 'sisterhood' have been performed out, and contested, in the course of the interwar interval and may be precious analyzing for students of women's heritage and twentieth-century global history.

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