1 edition of WOMEN"S MOVEMENT IN CUBA 1898-1958, Reel 1 found in the catalog.
WOMEN"S MOVEMENT IN CUBA 1898-1958, Reel 1
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It was inconceivable to the U.S. policy makers that a revolution in Cuba could turn out badly for them. After all, U.S. companies owned the country." It is estimated that by the end of , 11, Cuban women earn their living as prostitutes. Women comprise % of the Cuban work force. A fascinating look into women’s rights in Cuba, “Women in Cuba” is a strongly recommended pick for any women’s studies collections. Midwest Book Review This well researched book would be of interest to anyone studying Cuban history, Latin American history, the history of the women's liberation movement on a global scale and anyone who.
Racist caricatures for sale in Cuba (Credit: ) With the continued box office success of the Fate of the Furious, we are once again returning to the idea of Cuba as America’s newest edition in the Vin Diesel muscle car franchise is one of the first major U.S. studio movies filmed in Cuba since the two countries broke diplomatic relations in “A fascinating look into women’s rights in Cuba, “Women in Cuba” is a strongly recommended pick for any women’s studies collections.”—Midwest Book Review “This well researched book would be of interest to anyone studying Cuban history, Latin American history, the history of the women’s liberation movement on a global scale and anyone who enjoys reading about history/5(6).
Cubans had fought vehemently for independence from Spain from the s to the s, but by the 20th century, the country had become beholden economically to the United States (a . Fidel Castro and the M successfully seized power of Cuba’s government in , after years of fighting. The M’s nationalist movement was able to knock the corrupt leader, Fulgencio Batista, out of power, and in Castro deemed the revolution to be officially of a Marxist nature.
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This unique collection, compiled from Cuban archives, contains documents that cannot be found elsewhere in the U.S. or Latin America. Spanning the period from Cuban independence to the end of the Batista regime, the collection sheds light on Cuban feminism, women in politics, literature by Cuban women, and the legal status of women.
The Women's movement in Cuba, the Stoner Collection on feminism / Bibliographic Details; Corporate Author: Scholarly Resources, inc.
Search for the book on E-ZBorrow. reels Similar Items. Sex and revolution: women in socialist Cuba / by. Feminism in Cuba, Request a Trial This collection is a study on feminists and the feminist movement in Cuba, from the time of Cuban independence to the end of the Batista regime.
It provides a documentary explanation of how a small group of women and men helped to shape broad legal reforms and describes their campaigns, the. Book, Microform in Spanish, English The Women's movement in Cuba the Stoner collection on Cuban feminism edited by K.
Lynn Stoner. [Wilmington, Del.]: Scholarly Resources, Inc., [?]- 13 microfilm reels: reel 1-reel 13 Items. Eisenhower M Level Service Desk. Available from some providers with title: Feminism in Cuba Access Use copy Restrictions unspecified Reproduction Electronic reproduction.
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Get this from a library. A guide to The Women's movement in Cuba, the Stoner collection on Cuban feminism. [Melissa Marisol Prins; K Lynn Stoner; Arizona State University. Libraries.]. ; this collection is a study on feminists and the feminist movement in Cuba between Cuban independence and the end of the Batista regime.
In the decades following its independence from Spain inCuba adopted the most progressive legislation for women in the western hemisphere. Search the information provided below by using the Ctrl + F search command on your Windows PC or by using Command + F on a Mac.
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Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. Inthe Feminine Club of Cuba was formed, which led to the establishment of the National Federation of Feminine Associations of Cuba inwith Pilar Morlón as president.
The Federation convened the First National Congress of Women, held from April 1 to April 7,in which thirty-one organizations participated. The triumph of the Cuban Revolution has created the most remarkable political, economic and social upheaval in the history of Latin America.
From its beginning inthe new government, led by Fidel Castro, placed the poor - especially women and people of color, the principal victims of the discrimination inherent in patriarchal and segregationist societies - at the center of their. History. In the first half of the 20th Century, women in Cuba had achieved a status comparable with that of other Latin American countries, such as Argentina and goal of Cuban feminists during this time was based on Cuban culture as well as the class position of the women who led the feminist movement.
Women's Movement in Cuba, The Stoner Collection on Cuban Feminism UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, ULS Thomas Blvd microform storage-Use Get-It Service HQ Women's Studies Manuscript Collections from the Schlesinger Library: Voting Rights, National Politics, and Reproductive Rights. Variant and related titles: Guide to the women's movement in Cuba Stoner Collection on Cuban feminism.
To identify materials not included in this guide or to find newly acquired materials, researchers should seek assistance from the Curator of the Latin American Collection. Also includes the recollections of William Senhouse, who was Surveyor General of Barbadoes and the Leeward Islands from to Collection comprises 2 reels.
The Women's Movement in Cuba The Stoner Collection on Cuban Feminism / edited by K. Lynn Stoner. A Guide is included in the collection. The collection comprises 13 reels. Women in Cuba: The making of a revolution within the revolution. From Santiago de Cuba and the Rebel Army, to the birth of the Federation of Cuban Women (The Cuban Revolution in World Politics) [Vilma Espín, Asela de los Santos, Yolanda Ferrer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Women in Cuba: The making of a revolution within the s: 5. The Women's Movement, 1st Edition Don Nardo Lucent Press (Rosen) ISBN Grade Level Range: 7th Grade - 10th Grade Women and Medicine: Remedy Books, - The Women's Movement in Cuba, The Stoner Collection on Cuban Feminism Scholarly Resources, Inc.
included are literary anthologies of Cuban women writers in general as well as literary analysis of these women’s works. Taken together, these one-of-a-kind materials lend themselves to in-depth study of Cuban women in politics, feminism, women’s literature and the legal status of all women during the first half of the 20th century.
Free trial. clearly defined goals of self-realization and full equality for women in Cuba. Although women in general comprised an oppressed class in prerevolutionary Cuba, women's rights per se were not on the agenda during the Cuban Revolution.4 The oppression of women 3.
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Date range of documents: This collection comprises, in its entirety, the Scholarly Resources microfilm collection entitled The women's movement in Cuba, the Stoner Collection on Cuban feminism. Includes index. Description: 1 online resource (16, images): illustrations, portraits. Series Title: Archives unbound.
Other.A course guide to library resources. Scope: present. History E: Family, Gender, and Law: Transitions, East and West. Women’s role, in the workplace and the home, was particularly heroic. As testament to women’s resolve to help increase production in all spheres of society to help grow the economy, women’s participation in the labor force actually grew during the Special Period.
Inwomen were % of the work force; in it was %.