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Hermila Galindo y “La mujer moderna” (1915-1916). Abriendo espacios: entre la domesticidad y los derechos por la igualdad

Author(s): Oliva Noguez Noguez

Journal: Historia 2.0 : Conocimiento Histórico en Clave Digital
ISSN 2027-9035

Volume: 2;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 60;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Press | Writers | Women | Constitutionalism | Public Debate | Feminism

This paper develops a review of the role played by women writers, journalists and feminists in Mexico constitutionalist, 1915-1916, through the weekly La Mujer Moderna, under the direction of Hermila Galindo. Through the weekly, we can interpret how women writers joined the social changes promised by the new armed movement of the Mexican Revolution, so too, the variety of existing positions around how it should be participating. With the foregoing is argued dialogue and negotiation, women who held liberal ideas and those who supported conservative positions on issues related to women’s suffrage and education.

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