Labors of Love: Production and Reproduction in Latin American History

An issue of: Hispanic American Historical Review

Labors of Love: Production and Reproduction in Latin American History
Journal Issue Pages: 208 Volume 91, Number 1 Published: February 2011 An issue of Hispanic American Historical Review

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1. Introduction: Researching and Rethinking the Labors of Love–Jocelyn Olcott

2. Women, Children, and the Social Organization of Domestic Labor in Chile–Nara Milanich

3. Speaking of Work and Family: Reciprocity, Child Labor, and Social Reproduction, Mexico City, 1920 – 1940–Ann S. Blum

4. Entertaining Inequalities: Doña Petrona, Juanita Bordoy, and Domestic Work in Mid-Twentieth-Century Argentina–Rebekah E. Pite

5. Shifting Solidarities: The Politics of Household Workers in Cold War Chile–Elizabeth Quay Hutchison

6. Robert Jackson Alexander (1918 – 2010)–John D. French

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