Olcott demonstrates an extraordinary grasp of the complexity of postrevolutionary Mexican politics, exploring the goals and outcomes of women's organizing in Mexico City and the port city of Acapulco as well as in three rural locations: the southeastern state of Yucatán, the central state of Michoacán, and the northern region of the Comarca Lagunera. Combining the strengths of national and regional approaches, this comparative perspective sets in relief the specificities of citizenship as a lived experience. "This book is extraordinarily important as a work of feminist political history. It's a breathtakingly ambitious tour of Mexican women's movements and feminist politics that will stand as a model for future histories of Latin American feminism and state formation."--Heidi Tinsman, author of "Partners in Conflict: The Politics of Gender, Sexuality, and Labor in the Chilean Agrarian Reform, 1950-1973"
|Número de Páginas||352|
|Editorial||Duke University Press|
|Fecha de Publicación||2006-01-17|
|Dimensiones||9.04" x 6.34" x 0.84" pulgadas|
|Serie||Next Wave: New Directions in Women's Studies|
|Temas||Siglo 20, Femenino, Mexicano|
Acerca del Autor
Jocelyn Olcott is the Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of History at Duke University.
Garantía & Otros
|Garantía:||30 dias por defectos de fabrica|
|Publicado en Unimart.com:||01/11/23|
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