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From the PublisherA remarkable work, theorizing patriarchy as ever-changing rather than static.
Canadians Journal of Latin American/Caribbean Studies
One of the most significant contributions to Latin American and women's history published in the past two decades.
Western Historical Quarterly
This is a complex book well worth reading, and Stern provides important insights that scholars may debate for some time.
Journal of Social History
An elegant and convincing analysis of gender relations.
Colonial Latin American Historical Review
This is a theoretically sophisticated and empirically rich study of gender and popular political culture in colonial Mexico.
American Historical Review