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Bock, Gisela

BOCK, Gisela

BOCK, Gisela. German, b. 1942. Genres: History, Intellectual history, Women's studies and issues. Career: Free University of Berlin, Germany, assistant at John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies, 1971-76, assistant professor of history at Zentralinstitut fur Sozialwissenschaft, 1977-83, professor of Western European history, 1997-; European University Institute, Florence, Italy, professor of European history, 1985-89, director of European Culture Research Center, 1987-89; University of Bielefeld, Germany, professor of history, 1989-97. Harvard University Kennedy fellow at Center of European Studies, 1974-75; lecturer at University of Basel and University of Bern, 1985; fellow at Institute for Advanced Study, Berlin, 1995-96; Central European University at Budapest, guest professor, 2001-02. Publications: Thomas Campanella: Politische Intention und philosophische Spekulation, 1974; Die "andere" Arbeiterbewegung in den USA, 1905-1922, 1976; Zwangssterilisation im Nationalsozialismus, 1986; Storia, storia delle donne, storia di genere, 1988; Frauen in der europaischen Geschichte, 2000 as Woemn in European History, 2002. EDITOR: (and trans) E. Flexner, Hundert Jahre Kampf, 1978; (with G.N. Schiera) Il corpo delle donne, 1988; (with Q. Skinner and M. Viroli) Machiavelli and Republicanism, 1990; (with P. Thane) Maternity and Gender Policies, 1991; (with S. James) Beyond Equality and Difference, 1992; Lebenswege von Frauen im Ancien Regime, 1992; Rassenpolitik und Geschlechterpolitik im Nationalsozialismus, 1993; (with A. Cova) Writing Women's History in Southern Europe, 2003. Author of many articles. Address: Department of History, Free University of Berlin, Koserstr 20, D-14195 Berlin, Germany.

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