Buenos Aires: Galerna, 2019. First edition. Paperback. 228p., bibl., wrps. New. Item #185461
"Julieta Lanteri" reconstructs the history of the struggle for gender equality in Argentina through a biographical study on the life of Julieta Lanteri, who was the sixth female doctor in the country, and the first suffragette who entered the world of politics. In 1919, Lanteri founded the National Feminist Party. The work also examines the achievements of figures such as Alicia Moreau, Cecilia Grierson, and Elvira Rawson, each of whom served as a pillar of feminism in Argentina.