Making Their Place: Feminism after Socialism in Eastern Germany

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Index
Italic page numbers refer to illustrations.
ABM, see Arbeitsbeschaffungsmaßnahmen (ABM)
abortion: changes in unified Germany, 31, 34–35; comparison of social policies affecting women in GDR and FRG at unification, 29; counseling required for, 135; East German policy on, 12, 19, 27, 31, 35; State Women's Council of Thuringia in debate on law on, 152; western concern about eastern feminists and, 200; West German policy on, 34
Adamek, Birgit, 117–18, 136–37, 154–55, 156, 164–65
Alex (participant), 58
Alice (participant), 97–98
Alliance for Germany, 217n2
Alvarez, Sonia E., 196
Amandahaus (Rostock), 50, 62–64
Anja (participant), 119, 120, 125
Arbeitsbeschaffungsmaßnahmen (ABM), 36; battered women's shelters funded by, 153; Brennessel funded by, 124; common frustration with, 171; for funding women's organizations in Erfurt, 156, 157; Gender Equity Representatives secure funding from, 60; growth of women's organizations encouraged by, 59; jobs at women's technical centers funded by, 37, 132; Municipal Women's Center in Erfurt funded by, 118; shrinking funding from, 42; termination of, 218n7
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Sozialdemokratischen Frauen, see Working Society of Social Democratic Women (ASF)
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Weiberwirtschaft DIE LINKE (Women's Working Group of the Left in Thuringia), 152
ASF (Working Society of Social Democratic Women), 152
Autonome Brennessel, see Brennessel
Babyjahr, see maternity leave
Bad Doberan, 69
Baltic Region: Hanseatic League, 52, 70, 72, 92; map of, 91; Mecklenburg-West Pomerania's Baltic identity, 82, 83; Rostock in, 52, 70, 80, 92, 102
Baltic Sea Week (Ostseewoche), 82
Barbara (participant), 85
Barbie and Ken dolls, 64
battered women's shelters: author's research at, 215; eastern German feminists establish, 41; in Erfurt, 132–34, 139, 140, 141–42, 148, 155, 167, 168, 174; and gender mainstreaming, 158, 159; Municipal Women's Center, Erfurt, establishes, 118; national scale of shelter movement, 170, 201; in Rostock, 59–60, 172, 174, 175; shrinking funding for, 42, 87, 153; state funding for, 198, 220n8; Thuringian Gender Equity Representatives create, 153
Beginen, 55, 58, 59, 66
Beginenhof (Rostock), 9–10, 49, 54–55, 56–58, 68, 76, 172

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