Innovative Trends in Women's and Gender Studies of the National Socialist Era

@article{Saldern2009InnovativeTI,
  title={Innovative Trends in Women's and Gender Studies of the National Socialist Era},
  author={Adelheid von Saldern},
  journal={German History},
  year={2009},
  volume={27},
  pages={84-112}
}
The text is less a review of the new literature than a reflection on significant and innovative current trends in the historiography on women and gender in the National Socialist era. The first part deals with various women's activities within milieus and professions, including their room for manoeuvre: midwives, social workers, female Nazi functionaries, and female auxiliary workers of the Nazi Wehrmacht. The second part of the article addresses specific features of biopolitics, targeted not… Expand
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