2017, Vol. 44, no. 1, Go-Betweens: Family Resemblances of Collaboration under Communism

Thematic issue

Guest Editor: Ioana Macrea-Toma

  • Ioana Macrea-Toma, Introduction
  • Gábor Egry, The World between Us: State Security and the Negotiation of Social Categories in Interwar Romania
  • Stefano Bottoni, Talking to the System: Imre Mikó, 1911-1977: A Lifelong Story of Collaboration and Service
  • Ioana Macrea-Toma, The Eyes of Radio Free Europe: Regimes oi Visibility in the Cold War Archives
  • Anca Sincan, Stuck in the Middle: The Inspector for Religious Denominations as Mediator between the Religious Community and the Early Communist Romanian State

REVIEW DEBATE

  • Elissa Mailänder, Mad Men, Furious Women?
  • Thomas Kühne, Ordinary Women, and Not So Ordinary Women Elisa Forgey, Domesticating Genocide
  • Eric A. Johnson, Hitler’s Female Executioners?
  • Wendy Lower, Partners in Crime: Moving Beyond Women’s History to the Gendered Dynamics ol the Holocaust