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Occupying our space : the mestiza rhetorics of Mexican women journalists and activists, 1875-1942 / Cristina Devereaux Ramírez ; Foreword by Jacqueline Jones Royster ; Translations by Joel Bollinger Pouwels and Neil J. Devereaux.

By: Ramírez, Cristina Devereaux, 1971- [author.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Tucson : The University of Arizona Press, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Description: xv, 255 pages : illustrations, facsimiles ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780816530748 (cloth : alk. paper); 0816530742 (cloth : alk. paper).Subject(s): Women journalists -- Mexico | Women in journalism -- Mexico -- History -- 19th century | Women in journalism -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century | Feminism in literatureDDC classification: 079.72/082
Contents:
Introduction. A feminist recovery project : Mexican women journalists at the forefront of change -- Chapter 1. Historical and theoretical directions in mestiza rhetorics -- Chapter 2. Las hijas del Anáhuac : Laureana Wright de Kleinhans and other pioneering women in journalism in the late nineteenth century ; "Saludo" y "prospecto" = Welcome and prospectus, 1887 -- Chapter 3. "Hear us!" : the feminist protests of las mujeres de Zitácuaro ; Manifesto by las mujeres de Zitácuaro, 1900 -- Chapter 4. Ropiendo Barreras : Juana Belén Gutiérrez de Mendoza's revolutionary rhetoric ; Vésper siempre ocupará su puesto = Vesper will always occupy its space -- Chapter 5. Mi grano de arena en esa hermosa labor : Hermila Galindo's feminationalist rhetorics ; A la mujer Latinoamericana = To the Latin American Woman, 1919 -- Epilogue.
Summary: "Rhetorical impact that pioneering and revolutionary Mexican female journalists had in shaping a new direction for women in Mexico during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century"--Provided by publisher.
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"Rhetorical impact that pioneering and revolutionary Mexican female journalists had in shaping a new direction for women in Mexico during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century"--Provided by publisher.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-246) and index.

Introduction. A feminist recovery project : Mexican women journalists at the forefront of change -- Chapter 1. Historical and theoretical directions in mestiza rhetorics -- Chapter 2. Las hijas del Anáhuac : Laureana Wright de Kleinhans and other pioneering women in journalism in the late nineteenth century ; "Saludo" y "prospecto" = Welcome and prospectus, 1887 -- Chapter 3. "Hear us!" : the feminist protests of las mujeres de Zitácuaro ; Manifesto by las mujeres de Zitácuaro, 1900 -- Chapter 4. Ropiendo Barreras : Juana Belén Gutiérrez de Mendoza's revolutionary rhetoric ; Vésper siempre ocupará su puesto = Vesper will always occupy its space -- Chapter 5. Mi grano de arena en esa hermosa labor : Hermila Galindo's feminationalist rhetorics ; A la mujer Latinoamericana = To the Latin American Woman, 1919 -- Epilogue.

Parallel selections in Spanish with translated English text.

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Cristina Devereaux Ramírez is an assistant professor in the Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English (RCTE) graduate program in the Department of English at the University of Arizona. She is the author of the article "Forging a Mestiza Rhetoric: Mexican Women Journalists' Role in the Construction of a National Identity." She has traveled extensively presenting and furthering the research into Mexican women journalists.

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