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Index

Page numbers in italics refer to figures

Airisto, Lenita: femininity ideal (Finland) 132, 133, 134, 138-45, 147n5; publications 144, 145; Seventh Moment talk show 143; “Success Story Finland” tour 142

Alyokhina, Maria (Masha): commercial projects 21, 30-31; Pussy Riot affair (Russia, 2012) 20-21

“A Man Who Hates Women” (2012) 45 Ambivalent Sexism Theory 65 Amnesty International 20 Association 9 (Finland) 134-135, 137-

138, 147n7 August Accords (Poland, 1980) 61

BBC 25 Begic, Aida 77 Behind the Wheel 92 Borusewicz, Bogdan 55, 61 Bosnia. see ethno-nationalism (Bosnia/

Herzegovina) Brecht, Bertolt 29 Bulgaria. see Egoist (Bulgaria) Burda (East Germany) 122, 128n6

“Cabriolet Porsche” (2006) 40, 49n4 Catholic gender paradigm 57, 59-60, 66 Ceca (turbo folk performer) 41, 43, 49n9,

50n10 Cepin, Urska 73, 78-87 Children of Sarajevo (2012) 77 “Citizen Poet” project (Russia) 23 class analysis: ethno-nationalism (Bosnia/

Herzegovina) 74, 84-87; Pussy Riot affair (Russia, 2012) 19-20, 25-28; turbo folk music (Serbia) 42

Colbert Report, The 21 Communist Party: Finland 133, 135, 136,

145, 147n8; Russia 95 contested histories 3-6 Cosmopolitan 92

“Crazy Woman” (2001) 45 “Criminal Work” (2012) 46 cyborg-goddess figure 43-48, 50n12 Czech Republic 114-15

“Danuta W.” (2012) 53, 59, 63-65 Dayton Peace Agreement (1995) 75 digital networks 26-27 Dimitrovgrad 125, 129n8 Dreams and Secrets (Walesa) 53-54,

62-63, 67n2, 68n3 Dzido, Marta 55

economies of visibility 8 Egoist (Bulgaria): book form 114, 128n4;

cover designs 122, 123, 124; democratization process 115-18, 128; female nudity 116-17, 121-24, 128n6; historical development of 112-113, 128n2; individualism ideology 113; marketization process 113, 114-18; media kiosks 115; print media landscape 114-18; research methodology 114; research synopsis 112; title connotation 113; transitional-generation market 113-14, 118-28

Elle 114-15 Emancipated Woman, An (Sekalska) 66 erotic capital 42 ethno-nationalism (Bosnia/Herzegovina):

anti-ethno-nationalistic discourse 82-84, 85-87; class-based discourse 74, 84-87; ethno-nationalistic discourse 82-84, 85-87; feminist discourse 74, 82-84, 85-87; gendered nationalism 76-77; Palace, The 73, 74, 75, 78-87; patriarchal traditions 76-77, 80-82, 85-87; Pink TV 73-74; political history 75-76, 87n1; religious discourse 76-77; research methodology 80-85; research

synopsis 73; socialist period 76, 77, 87n2; television media role 73-75, 77-79; television persona interpretations 75, 79-87; traditional values 76-77

ethno-nationalism (Serbia) 37, 38, 39 Eurovision Song Contest (2014): post-

socialist femininities 1-3, 4-5, 14n1; “We Are Slavic” performance (Poland) 2-3, 4-5, 14n4; Wurst, Conchita 4, 14n2

Everything for Everyone 117 Extra Time (Finland, 1967-1969) 138-39

Fear of Flying (Jong) 140 Federation of BiH 75 Female Eunuch, The (Greer) 140 FEMEN (Ukraine) 7-8 Feminine Mystique, The (Friedan) 140 femininity ideal (Finland): Airisto, Lenita

132, 133, 134, 138-45, 147n5; Association 9 134-135, 137-138, 147n7; Cold War era 134-36; Cold War legacy 145-146; communist party influence 133, 135, 136, 145, 147n8; feminine ideal (1970s) 137, 138-41; feminist movement (1960s) 133, 136-37, 138, 139-40, 147n6, 148n15; in fashion 135, 136-38; Jaana magazine 133, 135, 136, 137, 139, 147n10; liberal feminism (1980s) 138, 141-45; magazines 133, 134-36, 137-38, 139, 141, 147n4; New Woman magazine 133, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 147n10; organizations 133, 134-36, 137-38, 147n9; power feminism 141; research methodology 133-34, 147; research synopsis 132; research theory 134; second-wave feminism 136, 138, 139-40, 148n15; Suomen Naisten Demokraattinen Liitto (SNDL) 133, 135, 137, 138; victim feminism 141; Western influence 133, 136-37, 138, 139-40, 146, 148n15; We Women magazine 133, 135, 136, 137, 141

feminist analysis: ethno-nationalism (Bosnia/Herzegovina) 74, 82-84, 85-87; femininity ideal (Finland) 133, 136-37, 138, 139-40, 141-45, 147n6, 148n15; Krest’ianka magazine (Russia) 93-94, 106-7; power feminism 141; Pussy Riot affair (Russia, 2012) 22-24, 32n4; second-wave feminism 24, 136, 138, 139-40, 148n15; victim feminism 141

Feygin, Mark 30 Finland. see femininity ideal (Finland) flash mobs 29 Florida, Richard 25

Fonda, Jane 18 For Those Who Can Tell No Tales (2014)

77 Forum of Left Forces (Russia) 28 Frasyniuk, Wladyslaw 61 Freedom Festival (Poland, 2012) 55 Friedan, Betty 139-40

Gerasimov, Gennadi 143 Government Plenipotentiary for

Women’s Affairs (Poland) 65 “Go While You Are Young” (1995) 41 Grbavica (2006) 77 Greer, Germaine 140 Grodzka, Anna 67

Halonen, Tarja 145-46 “Hanoi Jane” controversy (1972) 18 Health 92 Herzegovina. see ethno-nationalism

(Bosnia/Herzegovina) Holowka, Teresa 66 House of Cards 21 House Spirit 92, 107n1 housewife women 61-62 hyper-feminine drag 39, 47

Independent Erotic Initiative 114-15 International Women’s Union 144 Internet videos: “Making of Danuta W.,

The” (2012) 64; “We Are Slavic” (Donatan and Cleo) 14n3

“Invisible Women of Solidarity, The” (2009) 55

Ivanovic, Tina 40 Ivekovic, Sanja 55

Jaana (Finland) 133, 135, 136, 137, 139, 147n10

Janda, Krystyna 53, 63-65 Jaruzelski, Wojciech 57, 68n4 Jong, Erica 140

Karbovski, Martin 125, 128n7 Karleusa, Jelena 43-45, 46, 50n14 Kempa, Beata 66-67 Kendura, Milan 112 knightly gender contract 59, 60 Kollontai, Alexandra 135 Kommersant Publishing House 92 Komorowski, Bronislaw 55 Krest’ianka magazine (Russia):

circulation 95; communist party role 95; consumer culture representation 103-6; cover designs 95, 96, 97, 104; cultural nostalgia representation 100-103; discourse theory analysis 93; Family Saga section 93; Family Stories

section 93, 99-100; gender difference discourse 96-100, 107n5; glossy magazine market 91-92; ideal-reader analysis 93; magazine formats 92; ownership 95; political history of 94-95; post-media feminist culture 94, 107n3; post-Soviet feminism 93-94, 106-7; Private Fashion section 93; reorientation style 95, 97, 102; research methodology 92-93; research synopsis 91; Soviet gender system 93; Theme of the Month section 92-93; thick literary magazines 92; thin popular magazines 92

Krytyka Polityczna 55 Kuusinen, Hertta 145 Kuusinen, Otto Ville 145

Labuda, Barbara 61 Lady of the House 114-15 Lansere, Evgenii Evgenievich 99 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender,

Queer (LGBTQ) community: anti-gay policies (Russia) 2, 4, 14n6; Eurovision Song Contest (2014) 2, 4, 14n6; Pussy Riot affair (Russia, 2012) 22, 24, 26, 27; turbo folk music (Serbia) 38

Lotta Svard 145 Luxemburg, Rosa 55

MacWorld 114-15 Madonna 19, 21 “Making of Danuta W., The” (2012) 64 Man of Iron (1981) 64 Man of Marble (1976) 64 Mary Tyler Moore Show, The 140 Mattila, Kaari 144 May I? (Airisto) 144, 145 media activism 19-20, 29-31 Mel’nikova, Anastasiia 96-97 Merkel, Angela 145-46 Metropolitanka (2012-present) 55 Milosevic, Slobodan 37, 73-74 “Mink Coat” (2004) 40 Mirkovic, Dragana 40 Mitchell, Juliet 140 Mitrovic, Zeljko 73-74 Models 45-46 “Money, Money, Money” (1999) 45-46 Moscow Echo 27-28 MS. magazine Mukhina, Vera 8, 9

National Organization for Women (United States) 139-40, 148n14

new-class analysis 19-20, 25-28 new dramaturgy 29 new social movements 19-20

Newspaper for the Woman, A 117 New Woman (Finland) 133, 135, 136,

137, 138, 139, 147n10 New Yorker, The 21 New York Times, The 22-23 NieReport 114-15 Nobel Peace Prize (1983) 53, 54, 58 Nobody is Born a Woman (Holowka) 66

On the Path (2010) 77 Otava 144

Palace, The 73, 74, 75, 78-87 Paraleli (Bulgaria) 122, 128n6 patriarchal traditions: ethno-nationalism

(Bosnia/Herzegovina) 76-77, 80-82, 85-87; turbo folk music (Serbia) 38

Patriot (Bulgaria) 121-22 Peasant Woman 92 Pelevin, Victor 30 Pienkowska, Alina 55, 61 Pink TV 73-74 Playboy 92, 114-15, 125 Poland: Lady of the House 114-15; “We

Are Slavic” performance (2014) 2-3, 4-5, 14n4. see also Walesa, Danuta; Walesa, Lech

Polish August (1980) 57, 58 Polish Mother paradigm 59-60, 61-62,

67 politics of visibility 8 Poplish Women’s League 65 Popowicz, Anna 65 post-socialist femininities: contested

histories 3-6; economies of visibility 8; Eurovision Song Contest (2014) 1-3, 4-5, 14n1; politics of visibility 8; post-socialism conditions 4-8; postsocialism defined 5-6; research overview 9-12; staging femininities 1-4; transculturation approach 12-13; visibility strategies 3-4, 6-8

power feminism 141 Prokhorov, Mikhail 28 “Proof” (2000) 41 Pussy Riot affair (Russia, 2012): criminal

charges 20-21; digital networks 26-27; feminist analysis 22-24, 32n4; Internet video 19, 20-21, 29-30; LGBTQ rights 22, 24, 26, 27; Marxist perspective 23-24, 29; media activism 19-20, 29-31; media visibility 7-8, 19, 20-21, 29-31; new-class analysis 19-20, 25-28; new social movements 19-20; “Punk Prayer” performance 7, 18-19; Pussy Riot effect 30-31; religious context 20-22; research contribution 31; research synopsis 18; Russian Orthodox

Church 18-19, 20-22; second-wave feminism 24; social media interactions 25-26, 29-30; trademark registration 30

Pussy Riot Unmasked 30-31

“Red Ferrari” (1994) 40 religious discourse: Catholic gender

paradigm 57, 59-60, 66; ethnonationalism (Bosnia/Herzegovina) 76-77; Pussy Riot affair (Russia, 2012) 20-22; Russian Orthodox Church 18-19, 20-22, 94

Republika Srpska 75 Rise of the Creative Class, The (Florida)

25 Ristoski, Zoran 74-75 Rodionov Publishing House 95 Rogozin, Dmitry 2 Russia: anti-gay policies 2, 4, 14n6;

“Citizen Poet” project 23; Forum of Left Forces 28; Moscow Echo 27-28; perestroika 95, 102, 103; Snob publication 27. see also Krest’ianka magazine (Russia); Pussy Riot affair (Russia, 2012)

Russian Orthodox Church 18-19, 20-22, 94

“Salt” (2012) 45 Samutsevich, Ekaterina 20-21 second-wave feminism: femininity ideal

(Finland) 136, 138, 139-40, 148n15; Pussy Riot affair (Russia, 2012) 24

Sekalska, Danuta 66 Serbia. see turbo folk music (Serbia) “Series with Rosa” (2014) 55 Seventh Moment (Finland) 143 Sex and the City 101 she-revolutionary women 61 Snob (Russia) 27 Snow (2008) 77 S.N.U.F.F. (Pelevin) 30 social media interactions 25-26, 29-30 “Solidarity by Women” (2014) 55 Solidarity movement (Poland) 53, 57, 60,

61 Sorte, Maria 105 sponzorusa figure 39, 40-43, 44-49, 49n7 Steinem, Gloria 140 Suomen Naisten Demokraattinen Liitto

(Finland) 133, 135, 137, 138

techno-gender figure 39, 44-46, 47 That’s Me 74-75 Tolokonnikova, Nadezhda (Nadya):

commercial projects 21, 27, 30-31; copulation performance 32n2; public

pregnancy/childbirth (2009) 26; Pussy Riot affair (Russia, 2012) 20-21; Trends Brands modeling 27

Trends Brands 27 Tuletaeva, Roza 28 turbo folk music (Serbia): as hyper-

feminine drag 39, 47; class-based disposition 42; cyborg-goddess figure 43-48,50n12; erotic capital 42; ethnonationalist politics 37,38, 39; female body parts 46-47; feminine libidinal entrepreneurship 39, 40-43, 44-45, 46-47, 49n5; genrekitsch 38-39; hybrid-femininity representation 44-50n13; LGBTQ community following 38; moral panics regarding 37, 41-42; neoliberal capitalist ideology 38-39,40-43, 49n3; paranoid readings analysis 36-40, 43; patriarchal order alignment 38; performativity analysis47-49; reparative readings analysis 37-38, 47-48; research methodology 39-40; research synopsis 36; sponzorusa figure 39, 40-43, 44-49, 49n7; techno-gender figure 39, 44-46, 47

Ukraine 7-8 Unbearable Lightness of Being, The

(Kendera) 112 Urban, Jerzy 66

Vedeneeva, Tat’iana 103-4 Verwelius, Bert 30-31 Verzilov, Petr 30 victim feminism 141 visibility strategies 3-4, 6-8 Voina 26, 32n2

Wajda, Andrzej 64 Walesa, Danuta: accepting Nobel Peace

Prize (1983) 53, 54, 58; alternative histories 54-56; apple pie allegory 57, 59; August Accords (1980) 61; autobiography 53-54, 58-59, 62-63, 67, 67n2, 68n3; Catholic gender paradigm 57, 59-60, 66; children 56, 57, 58; contemporary feminism 65-66; contemporary gender relations 66-67; contemporary sexism 65; domestic matriarchy 60; family life 56-59; historical background 56-59; housewife women 61-62; knightly gender contract 59, 60; marriage 56; martial law (1981) 57; monodrama (2012) 53, 59, 63-65; Polish August (1980) 57, 58; Polish Mother paradigm 59-60, 61-62, 67; research synopsis 53;

she-revolutionary women 61; Solidarity movement 53, 57, 60, 61

Walesa, Lech: Nobel Peace Prize (1983) 53, 54, 58; presidency 58; Solidarity movement 53, 57, 60, 61

Walesa. Man of Hope (2013) 64 “We Are Slavic” (Donatan and Cleo):

Eurovision Song Contest (2014) 2-3, 4-5, 14n4; Slavic girls photo 3

We Women (Finland) 133, 135, 136, 137, 141

“Who is Directing this Drama” (1997) 45

Will to Win, The (Airisto) 144 Winiarska, Danuta 61 Winter Olympics (2014) 5 Woman’s Estate (Mitchell) 140 Woman Today 117 “Worker and Kolkhoz Woman”

(Mukhina) 8, 9 Working Woman 92, 94-95 Wujec, Ludwika 55 Wurst, Conchita 4, 14n2

Zahariev, Martin 121 Zbanic, Jasmila 77