Postrevolutionary Pioneer: Anarchist María Luisa Marín and the Veracruz Renters’s Movement

  • Andrew Grant Wood University of Tulsa
Keywords María Luisa Marín, Mexico, Mexican Revolution, Verazcruz Renter's Movement

Abstract

The author analyses the figures of María Luisa Marín and the women of the Veracruz Renter's Movement as key actors in the social struggle in Mexico.

Author Biography

Andrew Grant Wood, University of Tulsa
Andrew Grant Wood is author of Revolution in the Street: Women, Workers and Urban Protest in Veracruz, 1870-1927 (Scholarly Resources Inc/Rowman and Littlefield, 2001) which won the 1999 Michael C. Meyer Prize for best first manuscript in Latin American History and the 2002 Thomas F. McGann Prize from the Rocky Mountain Council on Latin American Studies. He is editor and contributor to On The Border: Society and Culture Between the U.S. and Mexico (Scholarly Resources/Rowman and Littlefield, 2004) and is currently finishing a biography of Mexican songwriter Agustin Lara. Wood is also the producer and director of a short documentary film on the Carnival celebration in the Port of Veracruz, Mexico. He plays guitar and saxophone and teaches at the University of Tulsa.
Published
2005-04-10
Section
Articles / Artículos