Relecturas y narraciones femeninas de la Revolucion Mexicana: Campobello, Garro, Esquivel y Mastretta

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Este libro analiza la perspectiva de cuatro escritoras mexicanas -Nellie Campobello, Elena Garro, Laura Esquivel y Angeles Mastretta- acerca de la Revolucion Mexicana y como estas escritoras recuperan la memoria popular, recreando y reincluyendo a las mujeres en la narrativa nacional respecto a su participacion en la propia Revolucion, mas alla del conocido papel de soldaderas y Adelitas que acompanaban a los diferentes ejercitos revolucionarios. Esteajo combina diferentes planteamientos criticos feministas, antropologicos y geograficos que ademas de las mujeres, incluyen a los indigenas y a otras minorias etnicas contemplando la interrelacion de las categorcio, raza y clase como un todo que define y redefine, permanentemente, identidades espacializadas en cambio permanente y constante. Ela Molina Sevilla de Morelock es un latinoamericanista actualmente con sede en los EE.UU. ENGLISH VERSION This book analyzes the perspective of four Mexican women writers regarding the Mexican Revolution---Nellie Campobello, Elena Garro, Laura Esquivel, and Angeles Mastretta. It examines how they recover popular memory to re-create and re-insert women in the national narrative with respect to their participation in the Revolution, which extended beyond the role of soldiers, camp followers, and soldiers' wives. The work combines cultural studies with feminist critical readings and an anthropological and geographical awareness of the roles of indigenous people and ethnic minorities, while paying attention to different categories such as gender, place, race, and class, as a wholeness of spatialized identities in permanent and constant flux. Ela Molina Sevilla de Morelock is a Latin Americanist currently based in the U.S.