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Women and Mexican Revolution


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The participation of women in the Mexican Revolution of 1910 wasn’t exclusively restricted to the sustain of the troops and matters of arms. The functions played by the soldiers and combatants, according to their ideologies, were of multiple roles such as mothers, wives, companions, nurses, cooks, journalists, teachers, and even military command. Their activity also showed their social concern, which enabled us to know the evolution of the fight, their ideas about the society they lived in, and the changes proposed for a model of feminine condition.


Con la participación de Ana Lau Jaiven


November 25 2019
Monday , 18:00 - 19:00 hrs.
Free admission


National Institute of Historical Studies on the Revolutions of Mexico (INHERM)   Ver más información del recinto

Francisco I. Madero 1 Col. San Angel, C.P. 1000, Deleg. Alvaro Obregón México, Ciudad de México   Cómo llegar

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