Tag: Latin American History
Argentine Women and Mass Political Participation in the Late-Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth Centuries
Written by Hanna Derouin. Women’s increasing engagement in Argentine politics paradoxically emerged through traditional gender roles. From schooling to the figure of Eva Peron, Argentinian women used their positions as mothers and caregivers to establish themselves politically.
Written by Jenn Gosselin. This historical piece looks at the rituals surrounding agriculture in Latin America, examining the practices from the perspective of the Corn Idol.