Na ceste k modernej žene: Kapitoly z dejín rodovãch vzt'ahov na Slovensku (Toward the Modern Woman: Chapters from the History of Family Relations in Slovakia) (review)

@article{Baer2012NaCK,
  title={Na ceste k modernej {\vz}ene: Kapitoly z dej{\'i}n rodov{\~a}ch vzt'ahov na Slovensku (Toward the Modern Woman: Chapters from the History of Family Relations in Slovakia) (review)},
  author={Josette Baer},
  journal={Journal of Interdisciplinary History},
  year={2012},
  volume={43},
  pages={322 - 325}
}
Western historians have been working on gender issues for decades; relatively little is known, however, about the history of women in Central Europe.1 Under Communism, Czechoslovak, East German, and Hungarian women enjoyed constitutionally guaranteed equality with men and the right to work. Yet, society conceived of their role as the traditional one of mother and wife; occupied with family matters during their entire lives, women took care of their grandchildren after retirement. Einhorn and… CONTINUE READING