ABSTRACT. The present article focuses on Femeia romana (The Romanian Woman), “a social, literary and domestic” journal (January 1878-April 1881), one of the most important nineteenth-century women’s journals in the Romanian Principalities. Maria Flechtenmacher (1838-1888), the editor of the journal, was an ardent supporter of feminist ideals and women’s emancipation and for each issue of the journal she tried to cover a large range of topics concerning women’s associations and committees, women’s literary work or speeches delivered at national and international public meetings or conferences. pp. 65–70

Keywords: Femeia romana (The Romanian Woman), Maria Flechtenmacher, women’s emancipation

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