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ZARAH Team members

Susan Zimmermann, Principal Investigator

University Professor
Central European University, Department of History and Department of Gender Studies

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ZARAH Component Study: Trade union women and the struggle for equality and gendered difference at the workplace, in Hungary and internationally, 1960s-1980s

Program Manager

Lukas Neissl

Curriculum Vitae

Software and Database Developer

József Gábor Bóné

Curriculum Vitae

Researchers

All ZARAH research team members contribute to the collaborative work, and pursue one component study. The component studies involve a focus on both a specific region and related trans- and international connections and organizing.

The ZARAH team includes the following researchers:

Selin Çağatay

Curriculum Vitae

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Component Study (Abstract):
Women’s labour activism in Turkey and internationally (general thematic area)

Alexandra Ghit

Curriculum Vitae

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Component Study (Abstract): Transnational state vs. transnational workers: Women workers’ organizing in the (state-run) Romanian tobacco industry, 1880s-1990s

Olga Gnydiuk

Curriculum Vitae

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Component Study (Abstract):
Women’s and gender politics of the World Federation of Trade Unions and the International Confederation of Trade Unions, 1945-1990s (general thematic area)

Veronika Helfert

Curriculum Vitae

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Component Study (Abstract):
Ruptures in consensus: An entangled history of women’s labour activism in Austria and transnationally, 1945 to the 1990s

Ivelina Masheva

Curriculum Vitae

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Component Study (Abstract):
Competing for women workers. Trade unionism, syndicalism, and corporatism in Bulgaria and internationally, 1920s-1940s

Zhanna Popova

 
 

Component Study (Abstract):
Women’s labour activism in the Galician and Polish lands and internationally, 1880s to 1920s (general thematic area)

Ivana Pruchova

 
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Component Study (Abstract):
Unruly Margins: Defiant female workers in the textile centres of Cisleithania, 1880s-1920s

Jelena Tešija

 
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Component Study (Abstract):
Zadrugarke in the Yugoslav lands: A history of women’s activism within the co-operative movement from the late 19th century to the 1950s

Eszter Varsa

 
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Component Study (Abstract):
A gendered history of agrarian socialism in the Hungarian Kingdom and interwar Hungary
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