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Based on an analysis of how the identities of women were recorded in legal and familial documents, this article argues that women’s social identities were primarily and permanently linked to that of their natal families, particularly to their fathers.

Posted in History Tagged , , , , , , , , on 09/28/2013 | Link to this post on IFP

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As evidenced by laws addressing abandonment of the home and children, family preservation was paramount for early twentieth-century Latin American nation builders. The judicial record of abandonment cases from Guatemala demonstrates how men attempted to enforce their authority in the home and then enlisted state officials to uphold it when their wives or daughters defied them.

Posted in History Tagged , , , , , , , on 04/29/2013 | Link to this post on IFP