Every Woman Is a World: Interviews with Women of Chiapas

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Every Woman Is a World
Interviews with Women of Chiapas

Gayle Walker and Kiki Suárez

Edited by Carol Karasik

Foreword by Elena Poniatowska

Photographs by Gayle Walker

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS

AUSTIN

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Introduction xvii
  • Guadalupe Vásquez 3
  • Teresa Domínguez Carrascosa 7
  • María del Carmen Gómez Gómez 17
  • Juliana López Pérez 23
  • Beatriz Mijangos Zenteno 29
  • Juana Koh 43
  • Merle Greene Robertson 47
  • María Patishtán Likanchitón 61
  • Carlota Zepeda Gallegos 67
  • Luvia Amalia Burguete Sánchez 75
  • Minerva Penagos Gutiérrez 87
  • Ana María Refugio Pineda Gómez 95
  • Koh Martínez 101
  • Dolores Rovelo Argüelles 107
  • Francisca Gómez López 113
  • Manuela Ramírez Gómez 121
  • Natividad Elvira Pineda Gómez 125
  • Sebastiana Pérez Espinoza 133
  • Dilery Penagos Gutiérrez 139
  • Micaela Díaz Díaz 145
  • Maruca Navarro, Viuda de Alfonso 149
  • María Meza Girón 157
  • Dolores Maceiras, Viuda de Suárez 161
  • Victoria Aguilar Hernández 169
  • Koh María 177
  • Herminia Haro Haro 183
  • Pascuala Pérez Gómez 191
  • Rosa López 197
  • Glossary 205
  • People, Customs, and Events 209
  • Bibliography 235
  • Suggested Reading 239
  • Author Biographies 241
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