Mapping Hispanic Latinx Identity and Gender Across Borders
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Type of Work"52 pages"
DepartmentHood College Humanities
ProgramMA in Humanities
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The portfolio presented are connected by a common thread which is identity, but more specifically Latino/Hispanic identity and how it has been shaped by a patriarchal society. After exploring more thoroughly the topic of identity, gender inequality became more relevant and intertwined with patriarchal views and the role that women play in such society. Due to this ongoing patriarchal paradigm there has been an increase in several Latin American countries of feminicide cases. The Ni Una Menos movement spreads throughout Latin America and the world as a call to action to stop the violent crimes happening against women and to demand justice for all the cases that remained unpunished.
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