The birth of Argentinian Feminism and its development

The birth of Argentinian Feminism and its development

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The birth of Argentinian Feminism and its development
That the Anglo Saxon Feminist misconception that feminism emerged from the Human Rights Movements in Latin America, extending to Argentina, in the 70’s dismissed the first wave of feminism and assumed that the Feminist movement in the region only began after the last dictatorship and beginning of democracy.
If the first wave of feminism in Argentina was ignored, how is it possible that there was any Feminist activity during Peronism and dictatorial regimes?

Summary of each book:

Carlson, M. (1988) ¡Feminismo! The Woman’s movement in Argentina from its beginnings to Eva Perón. Chicago, Illinois: Academy Chicago Publishers (A must have) 300 words

Graham-Jones. J. (2014) Evita, Inevitably: Performing Argentina’s Female Icons Before and After Eva Perón. Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press (A must have) 300 words

Guy, D. (1981) Women, Peonage, and Industrialization: Argentina, 1810-1914. In: Latin American Research Review, 16 (3), pp.65-89 (it will be provided pdf) 300 words

Hammond, G. (2011) The Women’s Suffrage Movement and Feminism in Argentina from Roca to Perón. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press (A must have, if not at the library, it could provide pdf of dissertation before publication) 300 words

Molyneux, M. (1986) No God, No Boss, No Husband: Anarchist Feminism in Nineteenth-Century Argentina. In: Latin American Perspectives, 13, (1), pp. 119-145, Available at: (accessed 6th April 2015) (A must have, pdf on-line) 300 words

Navarro, M. (2001) Argentina: The Long Road to Women’s Rights. In: Walter, L. Women’s Rights: a global view. Westport, Connecticut and London: Greenwood Press, pp.1-13 (provided on pdf) 300 words

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