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She has a PhD from the London School of Economics. Her previous publications include Modern Roots: Studies of National Identity (Ashgate, 2001 - with Alain Dieckhoff).

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Contents: Preface; Women and nationalisms, Natividad Gutiérrez Chong. Part 1 Struggle and Independence: Dolores Cacuango and the origin of the mother country; seed for the kichwización of the world, Gabriela Bernal Carrera; Nahua women's struggle: small spaces, enormous restrictions, Elena Lazos Chavero. She has a PhD from the London School of Economics.

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No other book exists with data like these; no other book can speak directly to the empirical questions addressed in these . Indispensable reading for all scholars and students of race and ethnicity in Latin America. Peter Wade, University of Manchester.

No other book exists with data like these; no other book can speak directly to the empirical questions addressed in these chapters. A valuable and distinctive contribution to scholarship on race and ethnicity in a major region of the world. Mara Loveman, University of California at Berkeley.

Chong, Natividad Gutiérrez (e. Annotation: This book is a collection of texts written by Latin American experts who explore the impact of women‟s movements in the democratization of Latin America. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Pub. Limited. The essays touch on issues surrounding women‟s growing political identities as more powerful citizens in these democracies, but are more effective at delving into the consequences of women‟s participation rather than the motivations behind it.

Women and nationalisms, Natividad Gutiérrez Chong Struggle and independence Dolores Cacuango and the origin of the mother country.

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The relationship between gender and nationalism is a compelling issue that is receiving increasing coverage in the scholarly literature. With case studies covering Argentina, Ecuador, Bolivia and Mexico, this is the first book to explore these links in the context of Latin America. It includes contributions from Latin American scholars to offer a unique and revealing view of the most important political and cultural issues. The work opens by outlining four dimensions in the relationship between gender and nationalism. These are: the contribution of women to nation building and their exclusion from it by the state and its institutions; the role of women in contemporary ethnic and nationalist movements; the place of the female body in the myths and traditions surrounding the nation; and the role of women in forging the intellectual and artistic culture of the nation. It then provides both theoretical and empirical explorations of these themes, with chapters covering the debate on multiculturalism and gender in the construction of the nation, the struggles of ethnic women to participate politically in their communities and studies of the first Mexican filmmaker, Mimi Derrba and the indigenous heroine Dolores Cacuango from Ecuador.
Women, Ethnicity and Nationalisms in Latin America download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Natividad Gutiérrez Chong
ISBN: 0754649253
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge (March 1, 2016)
Pages: 256 pages