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Journal Cover Clio. Women, Gender, History
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  • Editorial

    • Authors: Fabrice Virgili
      Abstract: Published in 1995, the first number of our journal Clio, Histoire, Femmes et Sociétés set out to explore the connections between war and gender. Françoise Thébaud’s editorial situated this first themed issue, [Résistances et Libérations: France 1940-1945], in the context of the ceremonies marking the fiftieth anniversary of the end of the Second World War, and she deplored the almost total silence surrounding the introduction of universal suffrage in 1944, and the small number of French studies of the role played by women in that war. Almost twenty years later, the present issue, No 39 of the journal, now entitled Clio. Femmes, Genre Histoire, is also appearing in a year of commemoration: 2014 marks the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, but also – because one anniversary can sometimes hide others – the seventieth anniversary of the Liberation, the bicentenary of the occupation of France by the armies of the Triple Alliance in 1814, or closer to us in time, the twentie...
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
       
  • In the days of the “toad test”: justice and abortion in
           mid-twentieth-century Argentina

    • Authors: Agustina Cepeda
      Abstract: In 1954, a court in Buenos Aires acquitted Elena Teotina Haedo de Gaitán and the midwife Catalina Fuccia of the crime of abortion, using a legal concept known as the “attempt of impossible abortion”. In their reasoning, the judges indicated that the pregnancy in question was impossible to verify scientifically and medically. This article explores the application of anti-abortion legislation in Argentina at mid-century, a period that historians have characterized as pronatalist. From the analysis of the judicial processes surrounding abortion, we consider different forms of control over women’s bodies and reproduction.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
       
  • “Do not rape and pillage without command”: sex offences and
           early modern European armies

    • Authors: Marianna Muravyeva
      Abstract: The emergence of the nation state in early modern Europe was associated with firm policing of sexual behaviour and the creation of a close interdependence between permitted sexuality, procreation, and heterosexual marital union. European armies became experimental fields for the creation of model men and citizens; their sexuality was tightly controlled, and any deviation from the norm harshly punished. Military law, based on the school of natural law and the concept of a just war and military discipline, was the first to develop a systematic approach to sex offences, their hierarchies, and forms of punishment. As a result, European military codes and military courts prosecuted any sexual practices which deviated from the norm (interpreted as procreative marital heterosexual relations). This was one of the most important aspects of early modern development and the emergence of the nation state.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
       
  • Rita Thalmann (1926-2013), Pioneer of Women’s History

    • Authors: Marie-Claire Hoock-Demarle
      Abstract: Born in Nuremberg to a German-Jewish father and a Swiss-Jewish mother, Rita Thalmann fled the Nazi regime with her family in 1933, first taking refuge in Switzerland and then in France. After losing both her father (denounced and deported to Auschwitz), and her mother (who died of malnutrition while interned in Dijon), she survived the war through a support network organized by the headmistress of Dijon’s girls’ lycée, Marcelle Pardé, a member of the Resistance later deported to Ravensbrück. In 1945, Rita Thalmann worked for a French Jewish child rescue organization, the Oeuvre de secours aux enfants (OSE), while preparing for her baccalaureate exam, which she passed in Strasbourg in 1948. Employed first as a primary and then as a secondary schoolteacher at the Yabné School, a Jewish institution in Paris, she began studying history and German studies at the Sorbonne. After several years of secondary school teaching she was appointed lecturer and then professor at the University of T...
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
       
  • A community of women in prison during the Algerian War. Christiane
           Klapisch-Zuber interviewed by Michelle Zancarini-Fournel

    • Authors: Christiane Klapisch-Zuber, Michelle Zancarini-Fournel
      Abstract: This interview with Christiane Klapisch-Zuber was held in Lyon on 2 February 2013, after a meeting of the editorial board of Clio FGH, of which we have both been members since the journal started in 1995. Conducted over three hours, its purpose was to hear Christiane’s account of her commitment during the Algerian war on behalf of the Algerian nationalists, and in particular of her time in the women’s prison La Roquette, where she was held after her arrest. In preparation for the interview, Christiane had suggested I read several books, in particular Hélène Cuénat’s autobiography La Porte verte, and Didar Fawzy-Rossano’s Mémoires d’une militante communiste (1942-1990), which she quotes several times. The latter author, one of Christiane’s companions in the wing reserved for political prisoners under arrest for their support for the FLN, provides a precise account (p. 138-150) of the organized escape of six women prisoners in February 1961. Christiane did not take part in the escape,...
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
       
  • The Women’s International War Crimes Tribunal, Tokyo 2000: a feminist
           response to revisionism'

    • Authors: Christine Lévy
      Abstract: The article examines the emergence in the 1990s of the issue of “Comfort women” and the conditions that led to the holding of The Women’s International War Crimes Tribunal for the Trial of Japan’s Military Sexual Slavery. It argues that it was a response both to victims’ needs and to the prevailing revisionism concerning the violence committed during the Asian-Pacific war by the Japanese army, which had been the subject of the Tokyo war crimes trials of 1946-1948. The women’s tribunal represents a significant moment in the recognition and condemnation of the specific violence perpetrated against women in wartime and during armed conflicts: it is both the result of of new paradigms in women’s history and oral history, and the starting point for active support for women victims of violence.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
       
  • Outlawed desires: punishing “homosexuals” in annexed Alsace
           (1940-1945)

    • Authors: Régis Schlagdenhauffen
      Abstract: This article questions how criminal decisions were made in a situation of wartime and territorial annexation. The sources are based on the sentences passed for homosexuality by the Strasbourg court between 1942 and 1945. Statistical data shows that the Alsatians who were put on trial during this time period were mostly young and belonged to the working classes. Moreover, most were condemned to heavy prison sentences “in the interest of preserving the people.” As an indication of the arbitrary effect of the “sexual annexation”, some were prosecuted for acts committed prior to the introduction of the German criminal law in Alsace (1942); others were immediately interned in a concentration camp after their release. But more than simply condemning acts, the judges considered deviant identities. On the one hand they registered the numbers of accused men’s orgasms, considered to be both purpose and evidence of abnormal sexual activity; and on the other, they established a hierarchy of mas...
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
       
  • Warlike men and invisible women: how scribes in the Ancient Near East
           represented warfare

    • Authors: Philippe Clancier
      Abstract: The analysis of women’s place in wars in the Ancient Near East is determined to a great extent by the fact that there was no law of war. However, some laws existed to allow wives to remarry, if their husbands were made prisoners of war or were considered to have disappeared. Thus, one must turn to the practice of war, as described by scribes, to find more elements concerning women. The queens of Assyria, such as Sammuramat (Semiramis) or Naqi’a/Zakutu were sufficiently involved in affairs of state to have some say in military matters. This was certainly true of Sammuramat. Women appear more frequently in references to violence directed against women, but for the most part the scribes do not single them out from the rest of defeated populations, in their descriptions of massacres and deportations.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
       
  • The gender of happiness (France, 1945-1970s)

    • Authors: Rémy Pawin
      Abstract: In terms of women’s personal experience, a feminine ethic, centered on the ideal of the mother and housewife, was often effectively internalized and influenced feelings in the years after the Second World War. These gendered norms fashioned ideals that women referred to in describing their achievements, thus coloring personal narratives. After 1970, the emergence of a new and competing feminine ethic offered different routes towards happiness for women in a more open society.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
       
  • A complaint lodged concerning a case of rape, and papers relating to the
           enquiry which followed (Soviet Lithuania, 1959)

    • Authors: Amandine Regamey
      Abstract: On 10 June 1959, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union received a communication from a Lithuanian woman, Elena Spirgevičienė, also signed by one of her daughters and her son, protesting against the posthumous award of the title of Hero of the Soviet Union to Alfonsas Čeponis, a Soviet partisan who had died in 1944 during a Gestapo operation. According to Elena Spirgevičienė, this man did not deserve the title: he had belonged to a criminal gang which had raped her, murdered her sister, and attempted to rape, then killed, her daughter, Elena Spirgevičiūtė. These events, still controversial today, demonstrate the complexity of the situation in Lithuania and similar territories occupied by the German army during the Second World War, where Soviet partisans waged a long guerrilla war until the arrival of the Red Army. It also shows the different ways in which both victims and party officials refer to rape, situating it within the whole range of violent acts su...
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
       
 
 
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