Tag: Women’s History

Portraits of Female Power in Argentina: Encarnación Ezcurra and Eva Perón

By Rachel Morgan The last three decades of the twentieth century have witnessed a boom in writings on Latin American women to the left of the political spectrum. When considering the topic of leftist Argentine women in power, the image of Eva Perón is… Continue Reading “Portraits of Female Power in Argentina: Encarnación Ezcurra and Eva Perón”