Revolutionary Women in Postrevolutionary Mexico
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Description: This work is an empirically rich history of women's political organizing during a critical stage of regime consolidation. Rebutting the image of Mexican women as conservative and anti-revolutionary, Jocelyn Olcott shows women activists challenging prevailing beliefs about the masculine foundations of citizenship.
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Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Duke University Press
Publication date: 1/17/2006
Size: 6.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
author Jocelyn Olcott is Associate Professor of History, Duke University.
|Introduction: The Daughters of La Malinche: Gender and Revolutionary Citizenship|
|"A Right to Struggle": Revolutionary Citizenship and the Birth of Mexican Feminism|
|Laboratory of Cardenismo: Constructing Michoacan's Postrevolutionary Edifice|
|Educators and Organizers: Populating the National Women's Movement|
|"All the Benefits of the Revolution": Labor and Citizenship in the Comarca Lagunera|
|"Her Dignity as Woman and Her Sovereignty as Citizen": Claiming Revolutionary Citizenship|
|"All Are Avowed Socialists": Political Conflict and Women's Organizing in Yucatan|
|Conclusions and Epilogue: The Death of Cardenismo|