By Francesca Miller
A transparent and specified examine of Latin American women’s background from the past due 19th century to the current.
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2 Flora Tristán's intellectual and cultural home was Paris, although she visited Peru in 18331834 in an attempt to claim a share of her father's estate. Her importance to Latin American women is as a precursora, a female predecessor. Moreover, in her writing and thought, Tristán is a historical predecessor of the socialist feminism that became the predominant strain of feminist thought in Latin America in the twentieth century. '"3 The Chilean women were familiar with Tristán's life and work but wanted to hear the perspective of a Peruvian woman.
Koreans, Chinese, and Southeast Asians also have emigrated to Brazil and other Latin American nations. In the past forty years immigrants from India, Pakistan, Syria, Lebanon, Iran, and Iraq have made their way to South America. Though in some cases the first immigrant generation settled in rural areaslike the Japanese, who established thriving truck farms in the environs of the city of São Paulothe daughters and granddaughters of these European and Asian and Middle Eastern immigrants live in the cities and should be understood as constituting part of the urban middle class.
In the past forty years immigrants from India, Pakistan, Syria, Lebanon, Iran, and Iraq have made their way to South America. Though in some cases the first immigrant generation settled in rural areaslike the Japanese, who established thriving truck farms in the environs of the city of São Paulothe daughters and granddaughters of these European and Asian and Middle Eastern immigrants live in the cities and should be understood as constituting part of the urban middle class. " Page xiv However, although a consciousness of the diversity of women's historical experience in Latin America is critical to the dispelling of stereotypes and provides the first step toward knowledge, we cannot endlessly atomize; we need themes and categories within which to order our information.
Latin American women and the search for social justice by Francesca Miller