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Snitow began teaching a course about gender and feminism in a summer school in Cracow, Poland in 1992, where both US and East Central European students encountered new ideas and each other. This piece offers a number of anecdotes to illustrate some of the themes of the always-intense conversation. Each year, the student population and the tone and content of class discussions changed fundamentally at the same careening pace in which conditions and values in East Central Europe were changing. Some students were repelled by western feminism with its interest in pleasure and choice, preferring the values they associated with...

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