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Women, Feminism and Social Change in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, 1890-1940
"The publication of this book marks a watershed for Latin American studies." - "Net Book Review". "The combination of an analysis of institutional and legislative reforms with their importance forExpand
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Latin American Women: Historical Perspectives
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Sexuality and marriage in colonial Latin America
'This fascinating book presents the work of nine social historians who seek to reconstruct the elusive and highly personal private lives of colonial Latin Americans. The essays analyze a range ofExpand
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International Feminisms: Latin American Alternatives
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Ecclesiastical Reform of Nunneries in New Spain in the Eighteenth Century
During the second half of the seventeenth century and the early years of the eighteenth century relaxation of the morals of religious orders, especially the masculine ones, and of the priesthood wasExpand
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Women in Spanish American colonial society
The history of women in colonial Spanish America is still in the process of being written, and thus contains many lacunae and raises many questions which have not yet been answered. Much of what weExpand
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Lay Brothers: The Other Men in the Mendicant Orders of New Spain
In 1556 Franciscan missionaries from the city of Mexico arrived in the then remote area of Zacatecas to begin what was expected to be a crucial but difficult evangelization of the area. They had beenExpand
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