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Differenza sessuale, diritti delle donne e lotte socialiste in Argentina: le proposte di Enrique Del Valle Iberlucea (1877-1921)
Published April 2, 2009
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Becerra, M. (2009). Differenza sessuale, diritti delle donne e lotte socialiste in Argentina: le proposte di Enrique Del Valle Iberlucea (1877-1921). Storia Delle Donne, 4(1), 153-176. https://doi.org/10.13128/SDD-2818
AbstractAlong this work there is an investigation about the argentine socialistic concerning to the feminine rights, inside the frame of the modern citizenship production, at the beginning of the XX century. Particularly there is an analysis of the position of a Spanish socialistic senator –became naturalized argentine– Enrique Del Valle Iberlucea, in the debates about the incorporation of divorce to the Civil Code, project that he had presented in 1918 as a national senator. There is an interest in to find out in what way this radicalized position, original among the masculine voices of this particular epoch, contributed to the criticism of the power relationships between both sexes.
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