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Social History and Spanish Anarchism: Prostitution, Motherhood, and Free Love

During my dissertation research, I spent lots of time searching for several, quite obscure short novelas written throughout the 1920s by Spanish anarcho-feminist Federica Montseny. Somehow I came across the website for The International Institute for Social History, located in Amsterdam. The Institute … Continue reading

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