Pan-American Feminism and the Rise of International Women's Rights

FGV’s Center for International Relations, based at the School of Social Sciences/CPDOC held on August 4th the first session of " Connections II " - Global and Transnational History Seminar. On that occasion, professor Katherine Marino, PhD from Stanford University and professor at Ohio State University gave a lecture. Her intervention dealt with the origins of the feminist movement in the Americas and the use of a transnational approach to the subject. Her speech was commented by prof. Alexandre Morelli, coordinatior of the Center for International Relations.

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