Defying Male Civilization: Women in the Spanish Civil War

TitleDefying Male Civilization: Women in the Spanish Civil War
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1995
AuthorsNash, Mary
Number of Pages261
PublisherArden Press
CityDenver, CO
Abstract

Nash reexamines the Spanish Civil War from the perspective of the women who fought against Franco and the fascists. She discusses how revolutionary rhetoric and imagery reflected the shift of Spanish women's traditional feminine roles to active homefront heroines, soldiers, and political organizers. Her work is based on extensive research and interviews with women activists during the time, and its balanced treatment equally emphasizes achievements as well as limitations.

Short TitleDefying Male Civilization
Reprint EditionRojas: Las mujeres republicanas en la guerra civil (Madrid: Traurus, 1999).
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