Vol 8, No 1 (2019)

https://doi.org/10.3989/chdj.2019.v8.i1


Women in Academia in Spain and America from the 19th to the 21st Century

Table of Contents

Editorial

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Women in Academia from the 19th to the 21st Century
Pilar Domínguez Prats, Josefina Cuesta
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Dossier

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Women at university. Strategies and achievements of a secular presence in Latin America and Spain
Consuelo Flecha-García, Alicia Itatí Palermo
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Women and science: Reflections on female access to university studies in Chile in the 20th century
Romané V. Landaeta Sepúlveda
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Knowledge transgressors: the incursion of women to science in Mexico, 19th-20th centuries
Elva Rivera Gómez
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University women in Salamanca in the first third of the 20th century: quantification and profiles
María Luz de Prado Herrera
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“Between the Useful and the Beautiful”: Reading, Power and Pleasure in the Residencia de Señoritas (1930-1936)
Débora Betrisey Nadali
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Concha Zardoya: The Intellectual in Exile
Mónica Jato
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“Atlantic Gap or Network of Opportunities?” Spanish-American Cultural Relations, Women, and Diplomacy (1959-1975)
Moisés Rodríguez-Escobar, Francisco Rodríguez-Jiménez
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Women and universities in El País (1977-2011): A methodological proposal for use of the ITCS for historical analysis
Carlos G. Figuerola, Tamar Groves, Francisco J. Rodríguez
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Micro-machismo and discrimination in academia: The violation of the right to equality in university
Estrella Montes-López, Tamar Groves
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Women of Salamanca. Academia, society and culture
Virginia Ávila García
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Articles

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“What the great Alexander and the famous Julius Caesar wanted so much to see”. A commemoration of the fourth centenary of the Blue Nile Sources discovery by the Spanish Jesuit Pedro Páez Xaramillo (April 21th, 1618)
Víctor M. Fernández
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Images of Baetica. The ambivalent hispanic reception of Les Aventures de Télémaque
José María Iñurritegui Rodríguez
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A Caribbean Affair: The Liberalisation of the Slave Trade in the Spanish Caribbean, 1784-1791
José Luis Belmonte Postigo
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The satirical press and the struggle for cultural hegemony in Spain: a case study on La Traca, 1884-1938
Antonio Laguna Platero, Francesc Andreu Martínez Gallego
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Writing on History

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The origins of casual culture: hooliganism and fashion in Great Britain
César Rodríguez Blanco
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