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The History of Feminism in the United States

Lecture by Luisa Juárez

Tuesday, March 6th 2018

This lecture will offer a cronological overview of the history and context of the feminist movement in the United States from its origins until the present, focusing on key events that signaled important changes in both rights and social situation of women.

Place: classroom 4 Colegio de Málaga, Alcalá de Henares

Date: Tuesday, March 6th

Time:  1:00pm – 2:00pm

 

Researcher Member at Instituto Franklin-UAH and Associate Professor at the Universidad de Alcalá in the department of Modern Philology.

Bachelor’s Degree and PhD in English Philology. Her main areas of research are in English Narrative in the categories of Class, Ethnicity and Gender, with special attention to the production of Jewish-American writers, representation and commemoration of the Holocaust, and the subject of memory and trauma in Cultural Studies.

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