Women's Glasnost vs. Naglost: Stopping Russian Backlash

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WOMEN'S GLASNOST VS. NAGLOST

Stopping Russian Backlash

Tatyana Mamonova

With the assistance of Chandra Niles Folsom

Bergin & Garvey Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Part I - Russian Women Speak Out 1
  • I - Anna Kozoulina 3
  • 2 - Narina Sarounova 11
  • 3 - Lana Rozovskaya 17
  • 4 - Yelena Khanga 29
  • 5 - Ketevan Rostiashvili 35
  • 6 - Olga Tatarinova 41
  • 7 - Lada Smirnova 49
  • 8 - Anya Kirin 55
  • 9 - Galina Kolobkova 61
  • 10 - Ulyana Bostwick 69
  • 11 - Kira Reoutt 83
  • 12 - Olga Filippova 91
  • 13 - Galya Lanskaya 97
  • 14 - Svetlana Tabolkina 103
  • 15 - Galina Vinogradova 107
  • 16 - Remo Kandibrat 111
  • 17 - Chanie Rosenberg 115
  • Part II - Mamonova on Women and Glasnost 119
  • 18 - Revisioning Our Women's History 121
  • Notes 135
  • 19 A Feminist Hope in Russia 149
  • 20 - A Little Faith 151
  • 21 - Ex-Soviet Porn-Talk Gets Louder 157
  • 22 - Domostroika 167
  • Recommended Reading 175
  • Index 179
  • ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS 183
  • About the Author 185
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