Denkmal Auguste FickertEugenie Schwarzwald
Bertha Zuckerkandl-SzepsHertha Sprung

"Being a feminist meant above all cherishing a vision of a new social order which was endowed with clear spiritual components. It is these women's idealism which marks their activities and their writings and makes them worthy for study."
(Anderson, Harriet: Utopian feminism : women's movements in fin-de-siècle Vienna. 1992)


Women in motion
Discourses and documents
of the Austrian historical women's movement
1848 - 1918
the project

the context:
associations and organisations
schools and educational institutions
women's periodicals
associated texts

the documents:
full texts online
topic index
alphabetical index
chronological index

selected bibliography
external links


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Last Update: 6th august 2003
the ARIADNE-team: Helga Hofmann-Weinberger and Christa Bittermann-Wille