After the Vote was Won. The Fate of the Women’s Suffrage Movement in Russia After the October Revolution: Individuals, Ideas and Deeds
New Writers, New Literary Genres (1914–1918): The Contribution of Historical Comparatism (France, Germany)
The Memory Landscape of the South-Western Front: Cultural Legacy, Promotion of Tourism, or European Heritage?
Diverse Constructions: Feminist and Conservative Women’s Movements and Their Contribution to the (Re-)Construction of Gender Relations in Hungary after the First World War
An American Geographer between Science and Diplomacy: The Mission of Douglas W. Johnson in Europe, May–November 1918
Who Represents Hungarian Women? The Demise of the Liberal Bourgeois Women’s Rights Movement and the Rise of the Right-Wing Women’s Movement in the Aftermath of World War I