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Les femmes dans la sphère publique en Bolivie de la fin de la guerre du Chaco à la Révolution Nationale (1935-1952)

Abstract : The period from the end of the war against Paraguay, called the Chaco War, in 1935, to the National Revolution led by the MNR (Revolutionary Nationalist Movement) in 1952 is a period of major upheavals for Bolivia. This was true at the political, economic, social and cultural level. The conflict, which Jed to a catastrophic defeat for the country, was the starting point for the collapse of the oligarchy system of government. This system had been in place in the country since the end of the nineteenth century and finally collapsed with the 1952 Revolution. The historiography of this period scarcely mentions women, and the role they played in the political and public spheres during this time of political turmoil. Sectors of the population that had been previously invisible, including women, gained visibility and a political weight during this time of turmoil. Women emerged after the war as important political actors, whether through feminism, trade unionism or the mobilization of Catholic women. This study reflects the role that women played in the public and political spheres during this crucial period of Bolivian history.
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María Elvira Álvarez Giménez. Les femmes dans la sphère publique en Bolivie de la fin de la guerre du Chaco à la Révolution Nationale (1935-1952). Histoire. Université Panthéon-Sorbonne - Paris I, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018PA01H032⟩. ⟨tel-03215027⟩

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