Gender and the (Post) East/West divide
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Published by Limes in Cluj-Napoca .
Written in English


  • Feminism -- Europe, Eastern,
  • Feminism -- Europe, Central,
  • Women -- Europe, Eastern -- Social conditions

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by Mihaela Frunză and Theodora-Eliza Văcărescu.
SeriesColecti̦a Paradigme, Colecția Paradigme
ContributionsFrunză, Mihaela., Văcărescu, Theodora-Eliza.
LC ClassificationsHQ1590.7 .G455 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination286 p. ;
Number of Pages286
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23672932M
ISBN 109737260449
LC Control Number2005478839

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