Fb2 Las mujeres: Conversations from a Hispanic community (Women's lives/womens work) ePub
by Nan Elsasser
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Three very different women-a Chicana, a Jew, and an Anglo-Scot-who met at the. Start by marking Las Mujeres: Conversations from a Hispanic Community as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
Elsasser, Nan, 1945-; MacKenzie, Kyle, joint author; Tixier y Vigil, Yvonne joint author. Hispanic American women, Hispanic American women. Old Westbury, NY : Feminist Press ; New York : McGraw-Hill.
For over thirty years, Frontiers has explored the diversity of women's lives as shaped . Subjects: Feminist & Women's Studies, Social Sciences. Excerpts from "Las Mujeres: Conversations from a Hispanic Community" (pp. 38-47)
For over thirty years, Frontiers has explored the diversity of women's lives as shaped by such factors as race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, and p. . Collections: Arts & Sciences VII Collection, JSTOR Archival Journal & Primary Source Collection, JSTOR Essential Collection. 38-47). Nan Elsasser, Kyle MacKenzie and Yvonne Tixier y Vigil.
The politics and culture of the Women’s Movement have mainly addressed the experiences and priorities of white middle-class women. Nan Elsasser, Kyle MacKenzie and Yvonne Tixiery Vigil, Las Mujeres: Conversations from a Hispanic Community (Old Westbury, New York: The Feminist Press, 1980), pp. 65 and 5. oogle Scholar. 26. Louise Kapp Howe, Pink Collar Workers: Inside the World of Women’s Work (New York: Avon/Hearst, 1978), unnumbered introductory page. Originally published by G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1977.
Traducción de: Las Mujeres, Conversations from a Hispanic Community Este libro es la historia oral de.
Traducción de: Las Mujeres, Conversations from a Hispanic Community Este libro es la historia oral de cuatro generaciones de mujeres hispánicas de Nuevo México. Se tratan temas fundamentales para la Comunidad Chicana; discriminación, educación, servicio, relaciones familiares, etc. Cite. Many of the Mexican American women interviewed by Elsasser et al. (1980) in northern New Mexico and Patricia Preciado Martin (1992 Martin (, 2004) in southern Arizona described foodways and dishes similar to those of Anto- nito.
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The Hungry Self: Women, Eating, and Identity. New York: Times Books. Elsasser, Nan, Kyle MacKenzie, and Yvonne Tixier y Vigil. Las Mujeres: Conversations from a Hispanic Community. New York: The Feminist Press. Paper presented at the 97th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association,Philadelphia, PA. -- -. 1999. The Anthropology of Food and Body: Gender, Meaning and Power. New York: Routledge Elsasser, Nan, Kyle MacKenzie, and Yvonne Tixier y Vigil. Like Water for Chocolate.
Twenty-one women recall life experiences spanning a period from the time New Mexico was a Spanish-speaking territory to the present
Twenty-one women recall life experiences spanning a period from the time New Mexico was a Spanish-speaking territory to the present. Central to the women's lives are the shift from a rural to an urban environment; the struggle to preserve culture and traditions; changes in family relations; efforts to cope with discrimination; the striving for education, jobs, and careers; service to family and community; and dedication to social change.
Sifters Native American Women's Lives. Las Mujeres Conversations From a Hispanic Community. ELSASSER (Nan) et al. 1980. Women's Work Aboriginal Women's Artefacts in the Museum of Victoria.
Conversations from a Hispanic Community (Women's Lives/Womens Work). Published June 1981 by Feminist Press.