- Campos Garcia, M.
In 1870, the women's association La Siempreviva established a school for girls and a journal of the same name; it both exposed the gender gap in educational opportunities and championed women's emancipation, which challenged patriarchal nor"To Fight These Powerful Trusts and Free the Medical Profession": Medicine, Class Formation, and Revolution in Cuba, 1925-1935- Rodriguez, D. A.
This essay explores the radicalization of the Cuban medical class in the context of the economic and political crises of the late 1920s and early 1930s. Organized under the Cuban Medical Federation, physicians targeted Havana's Spanish-run hospi- La Serna, M.
This essay chronicles the mounting conflict between indigenous peasants and Catholic Church authorities in mid-twentieth-century Chuschi, an Andean community in Ayacucho, Peru. What began as a local conflict between villagers and individual priests d- Burns, K. J., Sartorius, D.