Women Creole Identity and Intellectual Life in Early Twentieth century Puerto Rico

This work attempts to cast new light on the Generacion del Treinta, a group of Creole intellectuals who situated themselves as the voice of a new cultural nationalism in Puerto Rico.

Women  Creole Identity  and Intellectual Life in Early Twentieth century Puerto Rico

This work attempts to cast new light on the Generacion del Treinta, a group of Creole intellectuals who situated themselves as the voice of a new cultural nationalism in Puerto Rico. Through a feminist lens, it focuses on the interlocking themes of nationalism, gender, class and race.

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