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Weronika Grzebalska

Sociologist and feminist. PhD-candidate at the Graduate School for Social Research, Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. Research interests include militarism, nationalism and memory studies.

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Articles by Weronika Grzebalska

  1. Between gender blindness and nationalist herstory The history of Polish women in WWII as the site of an anti-modernist revolution

    This paper discusses the current “herstorical turn” in professional and popular historiography and memory of WWII in Poland: a growing interest in women and the distinctiveness of their wartime experiences. Focusing on one dominant strand of this “herstorical turn” – nationalist herstory – the article reflects on the ways in which women’s history has become one of the platforms a broader illiberal political shift that is currently ongoing in Central Europe.

  2. Introduction. Writing women’s history in times of illiberal revisionism

    As the articles in this issue demonstrate, the revisionist strand of nationalist herstory has certainly made some women visible in narratives about historical events, but it is also highly problematic as it often reproduces traditionalist notions of femininity, masculinity and ideas about women’s “proper” place in history and society.

  3. Gendered voices from East-Central Europe. Breaking out of the deadlock of neoliberalism vs. rightwing populism

    Solidarity in Struggle: Feminist Perspectives on Neo-liberalism in East-Central Europe, EszterKováts (ed.), Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, 2016,115 pages

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