Latin American Women: Historical Perspectives

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Asunción Lavrin
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1978 - 343 páginas
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This collection of essays illuminates the experiences of pre-20th-century Latin American women....There is surprisingly rich information about Indian and black women....The diverse patterns of family roles and sex polarizations, trends in the feminist movement, and women's political participation are themes of significant importance in the essays. A welcome contribution to women's studies and to Latin American history, expecially since there is little available in English covering this.
 

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2 Female and Family in the Economy and Society of Colonial Brazil
60
The Case of SixteenthCentury Peru
101
The Mexican Counts of Regla 17501830
129
5 The Indian Nuns of Mexico Citys Monasterio of Corpus Christi 17241821
150
Economic Social and Demographic Implications 16771800
173
The View of Women in the Colonial Journals of Spanish America 17901810
198
8 The Participation of Women in the Independence Movement in Gran Colombia 17801830
219
Components of Argentine Womanhood 18601926
235
10 The NineteenthCentury Feminist Press and Womens Rights in Brazil
254
11 Felipe Carrillo Puerto and Womens Liberation in Mexico
286
12 Some Final Considerations on Trends and Issues in Latin American Womens History
302
Index
333
About the Contributors
341
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Página 41 - The argument most often used to support his petition was that the woman would otherwise be left 'exposed' in society. The wording commonly used also implied that the man felt that he 'owed' the woman her virginity and was repaying her for its loss.

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