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- United States
- University of Lynchburg (Lynchburg College until 7/1)
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- Mexico, Latin America, women, gender, sexuality, economic development, Cold War, Catholic Church
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- About Me
I am a historian of modern Mexico, interested in issues of women, gender, sexuality. My research focuses broadly on the intersections of gender and sexuality with questions of political legitimacy and economic development. I am currently woking on a project looking at women and the Catholic Church during the Cold War.
- Recent Publications
Gender and Welfare in Mexico: The Consolidation of a Postrevolutionary State 1937-1958,Penn State University Press, 2011.
“The Medicalization of Childhood in Mexico during the Early Cold War, 1945-1960,” in Phil Muehlenbeck (ed) Sex, Gender, and the Cold War: A Global Perspective TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 2017.
“Las mujeres, el trabajo y la maternidad durante el milagro mexicano: 1940-1960,” in Abril Saldana, Lilia Venegas, Tine Davids (eds) A Toda Madre! Una Mirada Interdisciplinaria, Mexico DF: ITACA/INAH, 2017.
“Gender and Consumption in Porfirian Mexico: Images of Women in Advertising, ‘El Imparcial,” 1897-1910,” Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies, 38:1 (2017).
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- Expertise by Geography
- Latin America
- Expertise by Chronology
- Expertise by Topic
- Capitalism, Children & Youth, Gender, Religion, Women