- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- One Introduction
- Two Latin American Feminism and the Transnational Arena
- Three Women, State, and Family in Latin American Literature of the 1920s
- Four Women, Literature, and National Brotherhood
- Five The Modernization of Femininity: Argentina, 1916–1926
- Six Alfonsina Storni: the Tradition of the Feminine Subject
- Seven The Journalism of Alfonsina Storni: A New Approach to Women's History in Argentina
- Eight A Question of Blood: The Conflict of Sex and Class in the <i>Autobiografí</i>a of Victoria Ocampo
- Nine Sor Juana Inés De La Cruz: Dreaming in a Double Voice
- Ten Toward a History of Women's Periodicals in Latin American: introduction
- Eleven Toward a History of Women's Periodicals in Latin America: a Working Bibliography
- Twelve Bibliographical Update: Women, Politics, and Culture in Latin America
- Women, Culture, and Politics in Latin America
- University of California Press
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