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S/HE : sex & gender in Hispanic cultures

Author: Debra D Andrist
Publisher: Eastbourne : Sussex Academic Press, 2017. ©2017
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Debra D Andrist
ISBN: 9781845198909 1845198905
OCLC Number: 1023497621
Description: xii, 303 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Traditional Domestic Roles for Women in Life & Literature, Revisited --
Family Responsibilities. A Recipe for the Modern Spanish Nation: Carmen de Burgos's and Emilia Pardo Bazán's Cookbook Discourses / Michelle M. Sharp --
Latinas and Responsibilities. Searching for the Map: An Early Revelation of Latina Identity Crisis in Bilingual Theatre -Coser y Cantar/Sewing and Singing by Dolores Prida / Elizabeth White Coscio --
Biological Destiny Throughout the Ages? Non-traditional Concepts of Motherhood: Hispanic Women Poets in the Twentieth Century / Debra D. Andrist --
Not-So-Traditional Roles and Role Models for Women in Life, Art & Literature --
On the (Formal) Education of Women / Debra D. Andrist --
Tradition and the New Mexican Santeras / Kimberly A. Habegger --
Images of Power: Visual Transformations of Our Lady (of Guadalupe), Female Saints and Angels / Debra D. Andrist --
Twentieth-Century Political S/heroes: Women and the Spanish Civil War / Debra D. Andrist --
Twentieth-Century Mothers as S/heroes. Maternalism, "Rooting" and Solidarity: The Poetry of Ángela Figuera Aymerich / María Montserrat Feu-López --
Golden Age S/heroes. Steel-Plated Petticoats: Women and Heroism in Miguel de Cervantes' Don Quijote / Lauren M. P. Derby --
Twentieth-Century Female Protagonists, Rosalía Pipaón de la Barca and Becky Caldwell: The Emergence of Female Protagonists in Benito Pérez Galdós and Rolando Hinojosa / Stephen J. Miller --
Twentieth-Century Feminist S/heroes in Life and Literature. Claiming One's Own Identity: Alicia Kozameh-Author Turned Activist and Her Characters / Gwendolyn Díaz Ridgeway --
Identity Formation in, and Role Models for, Women via Art & Literature --
The Semiotics of Hispanic Womanhood. Words and Pictures: The Early Days of Recognition and Recovery / Debra D. Andrist --
Creoles: Female White Creoles in Rosario Ferre's Narrative / Patricia González Gómes-Cásseres --
Bridges Across Multiple Identities: Literal and Figurative Chicanahood / Debra D. Andrist --
Sex & Gender Blurring in Life, Art & Literature --
Conflation of (Gender) Identities in the Multifaceted Pablo Picasso / Enrique Mallen --
Eroticism in Two "Medio Siglo" Mexican Women Writers of the Uncanny: Amparo Dávila and Guadalupe Dueñas / Eduardo Cerdán --
Transsexualism: Revisions and Reverses in Rimade Vallbona's Beto y Betina / Debra D. Andrist.
Other Titles: Sex and gender in HIspanic cultures
She, sex and gender in Hispanic cultures
He, sex and gender in HIspanic cultures
Responsibility: edited by Debra D. Andrist.

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