Feminist Europa. Review of Books.
Vol. 2, No1, 2002
Hrsg: Giovanna Covi, Waltraud Dumont du Voitel, Tobe Levin
ddv verlag, Heidelberg
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Feminist Europa. Review of Books can greatly profit
from the contributions offered by the networking community that
the journal aims at creating. Our policy since the beginning has
supported the presentation and diffusion of individual works and
has encouraged reviewers to shape their contributions in different
and personal ways. We believe that a community of women must speak
in different voices and aim at offering a forum in which they can
all find a place and a fruitful occasion for exchange and communication.
This issue provides you with a special focus on Women's Detective
Fiction compiled by the guest editor Carmer Birkle with reviews
form countries such as Germany, Denmark, Russia and France. Furthermore,
political subjects such as a case study on gender and anti-semitism
are discussed combinded with a feature on the Algerian author Assia
Djerba and her oeuvre. Shortakes - introducing new publications
as short-cuts - cover a varietyof publications from Europe to African-America.
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