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Women in Latin American History Author(s): Asuncion Lavrin Source: The History Teacher, Vol. 14, No. 3, Special Issue on Teaching Latin American History (May, 1981), pp. 387-399 Published by: Society for History Education Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/493417 . Accessed: 28/08/2011 15:24
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despite a remarkable increase in the number of scholarly works since the mid 1960s. seeks multicultural material for comparative purposes. Thus. one must add the lack of a well established consensus on methodology. It will suggest a number of potential topics. it will soon become obvious that the material on pre-Columbian societies and for the colonial period does not specifically focus on women per se but more ASUNCION LAVRIN received her Ph. 387 .D. source material is by no means plentiful or evenly distributed by area or period. in addition to the problems inherent in the paucity of bibliographical resources. She is currently teaching at Howard University and has published extensively on women in Latin America. This bibliography will not attempt to establish how best to teach a course on Latin American women. This is partly a result of the constant growth of social history. Yet. and furnish a basic list of sources which will enable any instructor to develop the subject in his or her own style. and imagination in the use of resources and the design of the approach. If one follows a conventional historical chronology. it would be misleading to assume that. there is universal agreement on how to teach the history of Latin American women.Women in Latin American History ASUNCION LAVRIN Howard University THE TOPIC of women in Latin American history is slowly gaining acceptance as a subject of teaching and research. Experimentation. and partly due to the increased popularity of women's studies. at present. flexibility. Furthermore. from Harvard University. which in its interdisciplinary approach. are essential elements for successful results in the teaching of this subject.

nor the nineteenth century have elicited a similar attention. Two decades ago. The sixteenth century was eventful enough for all women involved in the formation of a new society and the mingling of several cultures. the material necessary for a different ap- . relegate them with few exceptions. For this reason. the migration of Spanish women to Latin America. Furthermore. and the disproportionate amount of material on the present century. if there is any period that needs new research material and a fresh historical approach. A topical arrangement seems the most appropriate in view of the many gaps in the information. the spectrum of topics has increased to include subjects of social character which make women a more credible and historically significant element of colonial society. and also the most heavily investigated. to colorless roles throughout much of the nineteenth and even the early twentieth centuries. the most suitable for the study of women. the methodology is still not that of our discipline. the quantity of the material allows a deeper probing into social. and the legal status of colonial women. and not a purely academic goal. Furthermore. However. does not seem. economic. The twentieth century is the richest in material. perhaps. Although the bibliographical material has been presented in a chronological manner for the convenience of the reader. and the wars of independence brought no significant change in the status of women. neither the independence period. this material is most helpful because it lends itself well to the increasingly popular interdisciplinary approach commonly adopted for the study of women in society.388 THE HISTORY TEACHER on their role in the family. Despite the fact that one may argue for a different use of chronology. especially in historical surveys which emphasize leadership. it is not advisable to teach a course or a seminar in this fashion. throughout the colonial period changes were very slow. and cultural issues. not yet possible for former periods of history. The largely apolitical character of women's actions and their lack of leverage in the decision-making process. Today. Most of the material available deals with the heroines of the independence or a group of remarkable women in a literature that has the imprint of the personality cult. party politics or economic trends. the conventional chronology used for the study of Latin America history. the deeds of a few remarkable women. These caveats notwithstanding. While some of these studies cover subjects spanning several decades at times. the vast majority of the studies avialable for this period have been produced by social scientists not historians. Certainly. were the main topics available to the instructor. it is the nineteenth century. Unfortunately. in works producedby Latin Americans the main objective is the analysis of social problems involving women with a pragmatic. However.

and remains one of the channels most frequently used by them. An example of what can be done with available material for organizing a seminar on Latin American women is provided by Silvia M. It is possible to form a collection of slides as visual aides. the absence of which deprives women of a fuller image of themselves. Instead of a structured syllabus. I also list some books which provide excellent illustra- . for the organization of a study plan. By underlining the activities of women in these areas. in conjunction with the bibliography. This should bring out the contribution of women to the development of these societies. Other colleagues have included topics such as Women and the Law. The work of some gifted women painters should also help to understand the inner world and creative pathos of those who have excelled in self-expression. in their courses and seminars. 493-507. etc. Arrom's "Teaching the History of Hispanic-American Women. Nineteenth century travelers' books." The History Teacher. development. class and ethnic definition. the picture is not bleak: a different way of gaining insight into the historical significance of women is becoming possible by the use of sources dealing with labor. but which reflects a more accurate picture of reality. Women and the Arts. and achieving the final goal of creating a history which is not restricted solely to men. education. twentieth century photographs. in which women have had a considerable and significant input. I have suggested a number of general topics which may be used. Since another colleague is in charge of developing the topic of the family. to illustrate the development of special issues involving women in history such as work. feminism and revolution. the topic of work contains a number of items of Indian women which may reasonably be rearranged into a subsection focusing on that particular ethnic group. I have not dealt with this topic for the twentieth century. XII. I have suggested a number of topics within the chronological subdivisions of the bibliography which may be either merged with each other or used to form other topics. it is possible to create a feminine perspective within Latin American history. since literature was.LATINAMERICAN WOMEN 389 proach does not yet exist. All these are positive steps toward generating interest on the place of women in Latin American history. However. education. and by analyzing their significance in them. 4 (August 1980). an element of the communal memory. The names of several important women writers are included to encourage the use of their works as the most suitable manner of learning how women see themselves and how they react to their societies. Women and the Process of Socialization. and works of fine arts are sources for such a collection. For example.

eds. 11:1 (1976). E. . 1975). since the intracontinental migrations of the sixteenth century to the rural-urban migration and international migration in search of labor of the twentieth century. Sections IV-VII." Latin American Research Review. Introduction and Chapter 11.based on a novel by Graciliano Ramos (Brazil). Also very excellent are: "Portrait of Teresa" (Cuba). focuses on works by social scientists and is particularly good for works on Brazil. ed. "The Double Day" (by Helen Ladd Solberg). Meri. ed. Latin American Women: Historical Perspectives (Westport." SIGNS. social attitudes and usages. economic. Susan Soeiro and Asunci6n Lavrin. Journal of Women in Culture and Society 5:1 (1979). social and cultural consequences of sex roles. 3-74. many commercial films not necessarily produced to comment on women's role but with strong social themes. 497-516. may be used for that purpose.390 THE HISTORY TEACHER tions of women engaged in many activities and which are good material for class transparencies. Suggested Topics of Study Migration of Women: Historically.. Definition of Sex Roles: Prescriptive literature. Teaching About Women in the Foreign Languages (Old Westbury. the reader should be aware that the use of Spanish and Portuguese sources is still necessary in view of the limited number of sources in English. Rodriguez and Jorge Silva. Santa Cruz. New York." Journal of Inter-American Studies and World Affairs 17:4 (1975). "The Salt of the Earth". Finally. Asunci6n Lavrin. "Women in Latin America: The State of Research." "The Brick Makers" (Los Chircales) by M. Two interesting documentaries are: "Nicaraguan Women in Arms" by Victoria Schultz. University of California. HernAndez and M. For further bibliographical and interpretive suggestions. A number of films may be employed in conjunction with any seminar or course to discuss themes and issues suggested by the reading material. 1975. Susan Soeiro. Karash. for her assistance in suggesting these film titles. Maryssa Navarro. "San Bernardo". "Approaches to the History of Women in Latin America. Sidonie. LEGAL STATUS OF WOMEN: Changes throughout time and the significance of legislation in the shaping of women's lives and options within society." in Bradford Burns. In fact. 1978). "Recent Work on Latin American Women: A Review Essay. and "The Colombian. Most recent bibliographical essay. I thank Julianne Burton. 111-120. Cassirer. Teaching Latin American History (Los Angeles. their influence of male-female relationships. the following sources are recommended: Knaster. and "Lucia"are good examples of films portraying particularly interesting examinations of women's issues. "Research in Latin American Women. 1977).

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