Institute of Latin American Studies

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Edited by Monica Serrano
June 1, 1998
Edited by Pilar Domingo and Rachel Sieder
September 1, 2001
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George D.E. Philip
December 1, 1984
Edited by Christian Brannstrom
February 1, 2004
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Leslie Bethell
December 31, 1996
Edited by Antoni Kapcia and Linda A. Newson
July 30, 2015
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Fernando Lopez-Alves
January 1, 1994
August 1, 2003
The essays collected in this volume reflect the remarkable analytical scope and geographical range of their author, engaging fully with the debates over the politics of gender as well as appraising women's movements in widely varying societies. Most chapters deal directly with Latin American issues and experiences, including anarchist feminism in the nineteenth-century Argentina; the politics of gender and those of abortion in Sandinista Nicaragua; the role of the official Cuban women's organisation in the 1990s; and appraisals of the relations between gender, citizenship and state formation in twentieth-century Latin America.'... the work of an original and candid scholar ... Enlightening and refreshing, this book should be read by anyone...
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John Hemming
December 1, 1990
Julio Carranza Valdes, Luis Gutierrez Urdaneta, and Pedro Monreal and translated by Ruth Pearson
June 1, 1998