SHARE

Women in the Weimar Republic

By Helen Boak

Women in the Weimar Republic
eBook

ALSO AVAILABLE IN OTHER FORMATS:

  • Hardcover
  • Paperback

Book Information

  • Format: eBook
  • ISBN: 978-1-5261-0162-4
  • Publisher: Manchester University Press
  • Published Date: November 2015
  • BIC Category: HISTORY / Social History, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Women's Studies, Humanities / Social & cultural history, Society & social sciences / Gender studies: women, Modern History, History, Social & cultural history

Description

This book is the first comprehensive survey of women in the Weimar Republic, exploring the diversity and multiplicity of women's experiences in the economy, politics and society. Taking the First World War as a starting point, this book explores the great changes in the lives, expectations, and perceptions of German women, with new opportunities in employment, education and political life and greater freedoms in their private and social life, all played out in the media spotlight. Engaging with the most recent research and debates, this book portrays the Weimar Republic as a period of progressive change for young, urban women, to be stalled in 1933.

This book will be essential reading for students and researchers of German women in the early twentieth century, and will also appeal to anyone interested in the Weimar Republic and women's history.

Contents

Introduction
1. Women in the First World War
2. Women and politics
3. Women and work
4. Women, the family and sexuality
5. Women in the public realm
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index

Author

Helen Boak is Head of History at the University of Hertfordshire

To purchase as an ebook, please visit your preferred ebook supplier

Amazon Apple Kobo

Newsletter Sign Up

Manchester University Press
Close

Your cart is empty.

Total
Select your shipping destination to estimate postage costs

(Based on standard shipping costs)

Final cost calculated on checkout
Checkout
Promotional codes can be added on Checkout