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Citation: Anon. (1842) UNSPECIFIED Imprenta de Vicente G. Torres, Mexico City. (Unpublished)


Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0


Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0

Weekly periodical published for the female citizens of Mexico. An example of the publications for women that appeared in Mexico around the period 1840-1855, aimed at fostering an image of the socially desirable woman, and reinforcing the traditional role of Mexican women through scientific instruction. Presented in three volumes. Volume three contains the following sections: 'Religion'; 'Moral'; 'Novelas y anecdotas morales'; 'Ciencias'; 'Literatura'; 'Cuadros de constumbres'; 'Cuadros caracteristicos'; 'Poesia'; 'Artes'; 'Educacion'; 'Viajes'; 'Modas' and 'Correspondencia estrangera'

Creators: Anon., and
Subjects: Politics
Latin American Studies
Keywords: Item type: Newspaper article, Countries: Mexico, Themes: Women and Gender, Other keywords: Education, Gender Norms, Intellectual Culture, Gender Roles,
Divisions: Institute of Latin American Studies
Collections: Liberalism in the Americas Digital Archive
  • 1842 (completed)
References: Project Record ID: A00926; Folder: PP_4107_eb_Vol_3; BL Catalogue number: PP_4107_eb_Vol_3;


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