The Scholar and the Feminist XIV (Women in the 21st Century: Looking Forward and Looking Back): Women and the State in the 20th Century: Comparative Perspectives on Japan, the Soviet Union, and West Germany, part 1
Panel discussion as part of the afternoon sessions of the Scholar and Feminist Conference XIV, with Wendy Goldman (University of Pennsylvania), Robert Moeller (University of California), and Kathleen Uno (Temple University), who discuss the role of women in the state before and after wars. The panelists also discuss the effects of war on the duties/expectations of women. This tape opens with Kathleen Uno's (referred to in the program as Katherine Uno) research on the control of women by the state in Japan. Next, Wendy Goldman presents her research on the role of women in the family during the Russian revolution. Finally, Robert Moeller describes his research of women as they existed in the state of Germany following WWII. This recording is followed by BC13-58_SFAudio_218. Papers presented or name of session: "Women and the Family in the Russian Revolution"; "The State and Women's Lives in Post-World War II West Germany"; "State and Motherhood in Pre-War Japan" .