European Feminisms, 1700-1950: A Political History

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Index
In this index an "f" after a number indicates a separate reference on the next page, and an "ff" indicates separate references on the next two pages. A continuous discussion over two or more pages is indicated by a span of page numbers, e.g., "57- 59." Passim is used for a cluster of references in close but not consecutive sequence.
Aarhus, 9
Abbott, Grace, 356
Abeille, L' (periodical), 185
Abolition: of slavery, 94, 109; of stateregulated prostitution, 125, 154-56
Abortion, 82, 303, 326; criminalization of, xxiii, 133f, 245, 328, 381; legalization of, xxvi, 266, 292, 333, 336f; in Weimar Republic, 304-5, 338
Abraham, Karl: "Manifestations of the Female Castration Complex," 274
Abyssinia, see Ethiopia
Académie Française, 104-5, 127, 248
Academy of Ricovrati, 43
Addams, Jane, 253, 259, 361
Adhémar, Comtesse d': La Femme catholique et la démocratie française, 198
Adler, Alfred: Menschenkenntnis, 274- 75
Adlersparre, Sophie, 179f
Admission des femmes au droit de cité, Sur l' (Condorcet), xx
Agrupación de Mujeres Antifacistas (AMA), 326-27
AIF, see Association Internationale des Femmes
Aimé-Martin, Louis: The Education of Mothers, 100
Albert, Prince, 93
Albrecht, Bertie, 338-39
Alcoholism, 125
Alembert, Jean le Rond d', xix, 38
Aleramo, Sibilla: Una donna, xxv, 244- 45
Alexandria, 356
Alexandria School, 177
Algeria, 343
"All, For" (Otto), 118-19
Allart, Hortense, 98
All-Asian Conference of Women, 347, 358
Allen, Ann Taylor, 92, 101, 117
Allen, Grant, 189: "Plain Words on the Woman Question," 173-74
Allgemeiner Deutscher Frauenverein ( German Women's Association), xxiii, 123, 204
Allgemeiner Österreichischer Frauenverein, xxv
Alliance Nationale pour l'Accroissement de la Population Française, 237
All-Russian Congress of Women, xxvf, 210-11, 265
All-Russian Congress of Working Women and Peasants, 267
Almanach des femmes (periodical), xxii
Almqvist, Carl J. L., 98, 330; Det Går An, xxi
AMA, seeAgrupación de Mujeres Antifacistas
Amar, André, 64
Amar y Borbón, Josefa, 40; Discurso sobre la educación física y moral de las mugeres, xx
American Ladies' Club ( Prague), xxiii

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