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Puerto Rican Women's History : New Perspectives.

By: Matos-Rodriguez, Felix.
Contributor(s): Delgado, Linda.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2015Copyright date: ©1998Description: 1 online resource (273 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781315701356.Subject(s): Women -- Employment -- Puerto Rico -- History | Women -- Political activity -- Puerto Rico -- History | Women -- Puerto Rico -- History | Working class women -- Puerto Rico -- Social conditionsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Puerto Rican Women's History: New PerspectivesDDC classification: 305.409 Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1. Women's History in Puerto Rican Historiography: The Last Thirty Years -- 2. Puerto Rican Women Workers in the Twentieth Century: A Historical Appraisal of the Literature -- 3. "¿Quién trabajará?": Domestic Workers, Urban Slaves, and the Abolition of Slavery in Puerto Rico -- 4. Virgins, Whores, and Martyrs: Prostitution in the Colony, 1898-1919 -- 5. Gender and the Decomposition of the Cigar-Making Craft in Puerto Rico, 1899-1934 -- 6. Halfhearted Solidarity: Women Workers and the Women's Suffrage Movement in Puerto Rico During the 1920s -- 7. Literacy, Class, and Sexuality in the Debate on Women's Suffrage in Puerto Rico During the 1920s -- 8. Rufa Concepción Fernández: The Role of Gender in the Migration Process -- 9. Gender, Work, and Institutional Change in the Early Stage of Industrialization: The Case of the Women's Bureau and the Home Needlework Industry in Puerto Rico, 1940-1952 -- 10. Labor Migrants or Submissive Wives: Competing Narratives of Puerto Rican Women in the Post-World War II Era -- 11. Political Empowerment of Puerto Rican Women, 1952-1956 -- Index -- About the Editors and Contributors.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1. Women's History in Puerto Rican Historiography: The Last Thirty Years -- 2. Puerto Rican Women Workers in the Twentieth Century: A Historical Appraisal of the Literature -- 3. "¿Quién trabajará?": Domestic Workers, Urban Slaves, and the Abolition of Slavery in Puerto Rico -- 4. Virgins, Whores, and Martyrs: Prostitution in the Colony, 1898-1919 -- 5. Gender and the Decomposition of the Cigar-Making Craft in Puerto Rico, 1899-1934 -- 6. Halfhearted Solidarity: Women Workers and the Women's Suffrage Movement in Puerto Rico During the 1920s -- 7. Literacy, Class, and Sexuality in the Debate on Women's Suffrage in Puerto Rico During the 1920s -- 8. Rufa Concepción Fernández: The Role of Gender in the Migration Process -- 9. Gender, Work, and Institutional Change in the Early Stage of Industrialization: The Case of the Women's Bureau and the Home Needlework Industry in Puerto Rico, 1940-1952 -- 10. Labor Migrants or Submissive Wives: Competing Narratives of Puerto Rican Women in the Post-World War II Era -- 11. Political Empowerment of Puerto Rican Women, 1952-1956 -- Index -- About the Editors and Contributors.

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