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Women Doctors in Weimar and Nazi Germany

Maternalism, Eugenics, and Professional Identity

This book traces the rhetoric that politically active and professionally engaged female physicians used to maintain their presence and strengthen their significance in women’s and children’s medical spaces in Weimar and Nazi Germany.

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KravetzMelissa :

Melissa Kravetz is Assistant Professor in the Department of History, Political Science, and Philosophy at Longwood University.

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Donna Harsch, Department of History, Carnegie Mellon University:

"Bringing to light the ways in which women doctors in the Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany secured professional spaces for themselves, Melissa Kravetz has expertly mined archival resources not previously well trawled."

Helen Boak, Department of History, University of Hertfordshire:

"Bringing to light the ways in which women doctors in the Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany secured professional spaces for themselves, Melissa Kravetz has expertly mined archival resources not previously well trawled."

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Audience: College/higher education;Professional and scholarly;

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