Female and Male in Latin America: Essays

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Contributors

Elsa M. Chaney is currently Assistant Professor of Political Science at Fordham University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin in 1970 after studying women in Latin American politics for several years. She has contributed several articles on this subject to scholarly journals and is presently preparing her dissertation for publication.

Cornelia Butler Flora is currently Assistant Professor of Sociology at Kansas State University. She received her Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1970 after several years of fieldwork in demography and rural sociology in Latin America, particularly in Colombia. At present Ms. Flora and her husband, a fellow sociologist, are engaged in numerous projects concerning the Latin American female's involvement in social movements and social change. Ms. Flora has published articles in the Journal of Marriage and the Family and the Cornell Journal of Social Relations.

Geoffrey E. Fox is currently Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Illinois, Chicago Circle Campus. Mr. Fox's research interest has evolved from problems of racism and sexism among Cuban émigré groups in the United States, particularly those resident in Chicago. He has published in Trans-action an article on racism among exiled Cuban workers that is somewhat of a companion piece to his essay in this volume.

Shirley J. Harkess is currently Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Kansas and is completing her dissertation at Cornell University. Most of Ms. Harkess's research work has been done in Colombia where she has been engaged in a number of projects on sex roles. One of these projects, "Migration, Social Class and Women's Roles in Bogotá, Colombia," served as a springboard for her essay in this volume.

Nancy Caro Hollander is currently Assistant Professor of Latin American History at the California State College at Dominguez Hills. She has served as Assistant Professor of Latin American History and Director of the Women's Studies Program at San Diego State College in California. She is completing her dissertation in history, entitled "Women and the Political Economy of Argentina," at the University of California, Los Angeles. Ms. Hollander has contributed several articles on women in history to Sur and is author of a chapter in Allen Yarnell, ed., The Postwar Epoch: Perspectives in American History Since 1945 ( Harper and Row).

Jane S. Jaquette is currently Chairman of the Department of Political Science at Occidental College in Los Angeles. She has done considerable

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