Émilie. Magazine socio-culturelles


Émilie. Magazine socio-culturelles


L’Emilie, first published in 1912 by Emilie Gourd, was a Swiss
feminist monthly magazine. It was initially titled Le Mouvement
Féministe. It shows the

development of feminism over the past hundred years. The journal’s
initial goal was to support the call for women’s suffrage. The title
was changed in the

1960s, first to Femmes suisses, later to Femmes en Suisse. In 2001, it
was renamed as L’Emilie in honour of its founder. The last printed
edition was

published in August 2009. It is now published as a website. L’Emilie
is published by the Association Femmes suisses et le Mouvement
féministe which is

based in Geneva.


Contact: Association Femmes suisses et le Mouvement féministe

E-mail: info@lemilie.org

Subject: Feminism, Swiss Feminism

Date Posted: 13th January, 2013

Original posting date: 
Monday, January 14, 2013
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