Rewriting Academia: The Development of the Anglicist Women’s and Gender Studies of Continental Europe .
From a historical perspective, the full academic establishment of Women’s and Gender Studies is a radical and far-reaching innovation. Decisive impulses have come from the United States, the European unification and globalization. European Women’s and Gender Studies are therefore intimately linked to the English language and Anglophone cultures, as the near untranslatability of «gender» shows. In this volume 25 experts present surveys for their countries with a historical and European contextualization and offer fundamental insights not only for English Studies but also various other disciplines.
Renate Haas: "Basic Concept and Realization" 11 // Ana Gabriela Macedo / Margarida Esteves Pereira: "Women’s and Gender Studies in Portugal: An Overview from an Anglicist Perspective" 27 // Esther Álvarez López / Isabel Carrera Suárez / Carla Rodríguez González: "Women’s Studies and English Studies in Spain: From Democracy to Transnationalism" 51 // Vita Fortunati: "Anglicist Women’s and Gender Studies in Italy: The Bologna Case as an Emblematic Example" 87 // Florence Binard: "Beyond Invisibility and Bias: English Women’s and Gender Studies in France" 105 // Marysa Demoor: "Women’s Studies in Belgium: Through the Gate of English Literature" 133 // Renate Haas: "Germany: Two Steps Forward and One Back, or Slow Snowball Effect?" 141 // Susanne Hamscha: "Austria: The Long and Winding Road towards the Institutionalization of Women’s and Gender Studies" 171 // Věra Eliášová / Simona Fojtová / Martina Horáková: "Anglicist Women’s and Gender Studies in the Czech Republic: An Uncertain Discipline" 195 // Ljiljana Ina Gjurgjan †: "Croatia: The Social Symbolic in a Transitional Society and Women’s Studies" 219 // Mia Liinason: "A Semi-Outsider’s Point of View: The Institutionalization of Gender Research in Sweden" 227 // Elina Valovirta / Joel Kuortti: "Moderate Finnish Feminism: From a Struggle for Equality in the
Welfare State to Diverse and Established Gender Studies" 247 // Marija Aušrinė Pavilionienė: "Lithuania: Pioneering Women’s and Gender Studies in the Post-Soviet Baltic Republics" 277 // Aleksandra Izgarjan / Dubravka Djurić: "The Role of Anglicist Women in the Development of Gender Studies in Serbia: From NGO to Academia" 303 // Ana-Karina Schneider with Corina Selejan: "Anglicist Women’s and Gender Studies in Romania: Between Persistence and Resistance" 327 // Milena Katsarska: "The Other Frontier: Anglicist Gender Studies in Bulgaria" 357 // Seda Gasparian / Gayane Muradian: "Armenia: Ancient Traditions, Upheavals, and the Beginnings of Anglicist Women’s and Gender Studies" 391 // Renate Haas: "Europe and Beyond" 405 //