Journal of Romance Studies

Activism and representations of motherhood in the autobiography of Dolores Ibárruri, Pasionaria

Journal of Romance Studies (2001), 1, (1), 17–25.

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Cleminson, Richard (1995) ‘Beyond tradition and “modernity”: the cultural and sexual politics of Spanish anarchism’, in Spanish Cultural Studies: An Introduction, ed. Helen Graham and Jo Labanyi (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 116-23. Beyond tradition and “modernity”: the cultural and sexual politics of Spanish anarchism Spanish Cultural Studies: An Introduction 116 23 Google Scholar

Cruz, Rafael (1999) Pasionaria: Dolores Ibárurri, historia y símbolo (Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva). Pasionaria: Dolores Ibárurri, historia y símbolo Google Scholar

Ibárruri, Dolores (1992) El único camino (Madrid: Editorial Castalia). El único camino Google Scholar

Kaplan, E. Ann (1992) Motherhood and Representation: The Mother in Popular Culture and Melodrama (London: Routledge). Motherhood and Representation: The Mother in Popular Culture and Melodrama Google Scholar

Lloyd, Geneviève (1987) ‘Selfhood, war and masculinity’, in Feminist Challenges: Social and Political Theory, ed. Carole Pateman and Elizabeth Grosz (Boston: Northeastern University Press), 63-76. Selfhood, war and masculinity Feminist Challenges: Social and Political Theory 63 76 Google Scholar

Low, Robert (1992) La Pasionaria: The Spanish Firebrand (London: Hutchinson). La Pasionaria: The Spanish Firebrand Google Scholar

Mangini, Shirley (1991) ‘Memories of resistance: women activists from the Spanish Civil War’, Signs 17.1, 171-86. Memories of resistance: women activists from the Spanish Civil War Signs 17.1 171 86 Google Scholar

Marx, Karl (1977) [1869] The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte (New York: International Publishers). The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte Google Scholar

Mosse, George (1985) Nationalism and Sexuality: Middle-Class Morality and Sexual Norms in Modern Europe (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press). Nationalism and Sexuality: Middle-Class Morality and Sexual Norms in Modern Europe Google Scholar

Mullaney, Marie Marmo (1983) Revolutionary Women: Gender and the Revolutionary Role (New York: Praeger Publishers). Revolutionary Women: Gender and the Revolutionary Role Google Scholar

Nash, Mary (1989) ‘ “Milicianas” and homefront heroines: images of women in revolutionary Spain (1936-1939)’, History of European Ideas 11, 235-44. “Milicianas” and homefront heroines: images of women in revolutionary Spain (1936-1939) History of European Ideas 11 235 44 Google Scholar

Nash, Mary (1993) ‘Women in war: milicianas and armed combat in revolutionary Spain’, The International History Review 15: 2, 269-82. Women in war: milicianas and armed combat in revolutionary Spain The International History Review 15 269 82 Google Scholar

Pàmies, Teresa (1976) Una española llamada Dolores Ibárruri (Barcelona: Ediciones Martínez Roca). Una española llamada Dolores Ibárruri Google Scholar

Smith, Sidonie and Julia Watson (eds) (1992) De/Colonizing the Subject: The Politics of Gender in Women’s Autobiography (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press). De/Colonizing the Subject: The Politics of Gender in Women’s Autobiography Google Scholar

Taylor, Diana (1997) Disappearing Acts: Spectacles of Gender and Nationalism in Argentina’s Dirty War (Durham, NC: Duke University Press). Disappearing Acts: Spectacles of Gender and Nationalism in Argentina’s Dirty War Google Scholar

Theweleit, Klaus (1987) Male Fantasies, vol. I (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press). Male Fantasies Google Scholar

Vázquez Montalbán, Manuel (1995) Pasionaria y los siete enanitos (Barcelona: Planeta). Pasionaria y los siete enanitos Google Scholar

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