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From The House To The Streets

Author : Kathryn Lynn Stoner
ISBN : 9780822381686
Genre : Social Science
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From the House to the Streets is the first study on feminists and the feminist movement in Cuba between 1902 and 1940. In the four decades following its independence form Spain in 1898, Cuba adopted the most progressive legislation for women in the western hemisphere. K. Lynn Stoner explains how a small group of women and men helped to shape broad legal reforms: she describes their campaigns, the version of feminism they adopted with all its contradictions, and contrasts it to the model of feminism North Americans were transporting to Cuba. Stoner draws on rich primary sources—texts, personal letters, journal essays, radio broadcasts, memoirs from women’s congresses—which allow these women to speak in their own voices. In reconstructing the mentalité of Cuban feminists, who came primarily from a privileged social status, Stoner shows how feminism drew from traditional notions of femininity and a rejection of gender equality to advance a cause that assumed women’s expanded roles were necessary for social progress. She also examines the values of the progressive male politicians who supported feminists and worked to change Cuban laws.
Category: Social Science

Aurora Bertrana

Author : Silvia Roig
ISBN : 9781855663060
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Ganador del Premio de Monografía Crítica Victoria Urbano 2015 Winner of the 2015 Premio de Monografía Crítica Victoria Urbano
Category: Literary Criticism

Cambridge Igcsetm Espa Ol Como Primera Lengua Libro Del Alumno

Author : Simon Barefoot
ISBN : 9781510479173
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Cambridge Assessment International Education promociona este recurso para respaldar totalmente la programación didática del examen de 2022. Este curso ofrece un enfoque por temas que guía al estudiante por medio de prácticos consejos y claras explicaciones. El Libro del Alumno, de ámbito internacional, está escrito por un experimentado equipo de autores y examinadores de varios países del mundo y abarca todo el currículo de Cambridge IGCSETM Español como Primera Lengua (0502). - Mejora tus destrezas y comprensión con cuestiones interesantes como los viajes, las problemáticas globales y las redes sociales - Utiliza textos reales de distintas partes del mundo para aprender cómo los escritores hacen un uso efectivo del idioma - Trabaja la comprensión lectora, el análisis y la evaluación por medio de distintos textos y géneros, que vienen acompañados de apuntes para hacerlos más accesibles - Perfecciona la expresión escrita utilizando respuestas modelo y comentarios del profesor y refuerza tu conocimiento de ortografía, puntuación y gramática - Avanza en el aprendizaje gracias a actividades y recomendaciones para el estudio, preguntas similares a las del examen y recuadros para ampliar conocimientos Also available in the series: Cambridge IGCSETM Español como Primera Lengua Libro del Alumno 9781510478534 Cambridge IGCSETM Español como Primera Lengua Libro del Alumno (formato digital) 9781510479180 Cambridge IGCSETM Español como Primera Lengua Libro del Alumno (pizarra digital interactiva) 9781510479197 Cambridge IGCSETM Español como Primera Lengua Libro Digital del Profesorado 9781510479227 Cambridge IGCSETM Español como Primera Lengua Cuaderno de ejercicios 9781510478541
Category: Literary Criticism

Cuban And Cuban American Women

Author : K. Lynn Stoner
ISBN : 0842026436
Genre : Reference
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Cuban and Cuban-American Women: An Annotated Bibliography covers primary and secondary sources found in Cuba and the United States on Cuban and Cuban-American women from the period 1868 to the present. The editors have amassed primary, archival materials located in Cuba and the United States, annotated the holdings and described their locations. Secondary sources are also included and annotated. While most of the emphasis is placed on the twentieth century, significant attention is paid to women in the Wars of Independence. The book is divided into two parts. Part I, comprising Chapters 1 through 3, contains all archival and secondary sources about women in Cuba. Covering the period 1868-1997, this section is divided into the nineteenth century and Independence (1868-1898), the early Republic (1898-1958), Guerrillas and Popular Underground Resistance against Fulgencio Batista (1953-1958), and the Cuban Revolution (1959-1997). Topics in this section include law, history, feminism, health, education, social welfare, archival resources, revolutionary government, the military, political organizations, cultural events, literature, and art. Part II contains all archival and secondary sources about Cuban women in the United States. It also covers the period from 1868-1997, but the body of literature is on the post-1959 era. Topics in this section include the exile experience, family history, autobiography, labor studies, health, education, political organization, racial issues, cultural expressions, literature, and art. Cuban and Cuban-American Women contains both an Author Index and a Subject Index keyed to the entry numbers contained in the body of the book. One of the few collections on Latin American women and the only one on Cuban and Cuban-American women, this book is an essential resource for researchers.
Category: Reference

Chicanos

Author : Nathaniel N. Wagner
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173017958689
Genre : Mexican Americans
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Category: Mexican Americans

Documentos Del Feminismo En Puerto Rico 1970 1979

Author : Ana Irma Lassc)N
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173010392761
Genre : Feminism
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"Essays, documents, interviews and other texts relating to the history and development of the feminist movement in Puerto Rico during the 1970s."
Category: Feminism

Nation And Citizen In The Dominican Republic 1880 1916

Author : Teresita Martínez-Vergne
ISBN : 0807876925
Genre : History
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Combining intellectual and social history, Teresita Martinez-Vergne explores the processes by which people in the Dominican Republic began to hammer out a common sense of purpose and a modern national identity at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth centuries. Hoping to build a nation of hardworking, peaceful, voting citizens, the Dominican intelligentsia impressed on the rest of society a discourse of modernity based on secular education, private property, modern agricultural techniques, and an open political process. Black immigrants, bourgeois women, and working-class men and women in the capital city of Santo Domingo and in the booming sugar town of San Pedro de Macoris, however, formed their own surprisingly modern notions of citizenship in daily interactions with city officials. Martinez-Vergne shows just how difficult it was to reconcile the lived realities of people of color, women, and the working poor with elite notions of citizenship, entitlement, and identity. She concludes that the urban setting, rather than defusing the impact of race, class, and gender within a collective sense of belonging, as intellectuals had envisioned, instead contributed to keeping these distinctions intact, thus limiting what could be considered Dominican.
Category: History

Introducing Don Delillo

Author : K. Lynn Stoner
ISBN : 0822311313
Genre : Fiction
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If you want to find out what a rock critic, a syndicated columnist, and scholars of American literature have to say about one of America’s most important contemporary novelists, turn to Introducing Don DeLillo. Placing the author’s work in a cultural context, this is the first book-length collection on DeLillo, adding considerably to the emerging critical discourse on his work. Diversity is the key to this striking assemblage of cultural criticism edited by Frank Lentricchia. Special features include an expanded version of the Rolling Stone interview with the author (“An Outsider in this Society”) and the extraordinary tenth chapter of DeLillo’s Ratner’s Star. Accessibly written and entertaining, the collection will be of great interest to both students and scholars of contemporary American literature as well as to general readers interested in DeLillo’s work. Contributors. Frank Lentricchia, Anthony Decurtis, Daniel Aaron, Hal Crowther, John A. McClure, Eugene Goodheart, Charles Molesworth, Dennis A. Foster, and John Frow
Category: Fiction

Op Cit

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ISBN : IND:30000096218486
Genre : History
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Category: History

Base De Datos Mujer

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ISBN : UTEXAS:059172145660163
Genre : Women
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Category: Women