Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Park, Roberta J.
Prologue: Atalanta as Symbol of European Sportswomen
Emancipation Through Sports: Doctors and the Rise of the Female Body in Finland c.1900–1920
Projection of Male Fantasies: The Creation of ‘Scientific’ Female Gymnastics
The ‘Floating Baroness’ and the ‘Queen of the Skis’
Hofmann, Annette R.
The Development of the Female Scouting Movement: Evidence of Female Emancipation in Italy
From Women's Exclusion to Gender Institution: A Brief History of the Sexual Categorisation Process within Sport
Women in Weapon Land: The Rise of International Women's Fencing
Terret, Thierry; Ottogalli-Mazzacavallo, Cécile
The Sports Woman as a Cultural Challenge: Swedish Popular Press Coverage of the Olympic Games during the 1950s and 1960s
Breaking Down the Sex Barrier: The Emancipation of Female Modern Pentathlon in West Germany (1967–1981)
Women's Sport in Portugal from 1974 (the ‘Carnation Revolution’) to 2000
Pinheiro, Maria Claudia
Sport as a Cultural Model: Italian Women's Soccer over the Past Ten Years
Epilogue: Heritage, Progression, Regression and Advance!