Saturday, May 21, 2016

New Colonialism U.S. Style


Winston, Henry, New Colonialism U.S. Style, New York: New Outlook Publishers, March, 1965.

Available online.

Henry M. Winston (2 April 1911[1] – 13 December 1986) was an African-American political leader and Marxist civil rights activist. Winston, committed to equal rights and communism, was an advocate of civil rights for African Americans decades before the idea of racial equality emerged as a mainstream current of American political thought. An early member of the American Communist Party, Winston was elected to the party's National Board in 1936, serving as Chairman of the CPUSA from 1966 to 1986.

Conflictos de Clase y Política en Puerto Rico


Quintero Rivera, Ángel, Conflictos de clase y política en Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras: Ediciones Huracán, 1976.

De la portada:
Los estudios de Ángel Quintero Rivera reunidos en este cuaderno de CEREP son aportaciones decisivas al conocimiento del Puerto Rico actual, y plantean, a través del caso concreto puertorriqueño, importantes cuestiones relativas al estudio de la dependencia. Examina con rigor metodológico y teórico, los conflictos de clase en la política colonial puertorriqueña, tanto bajo el régimen español como el norteamericano. El análisis de Quintero, apoyado en fuentes nutridas y diversas, aborda los conflictos internos de la sociedad puertorriqueña y conjuntamente examina los condicionamientos y las relaciones que surgen de la dependencia colonial.

Puerto Rico’s Revolt for Independence: El Grito de Lares


Jiménez de Wagenheim, Olga, Puerto Rico’s Revolt for Independence: El Grito de Lares, Princeton & New York: Markus Wiener Publishing, 1993.

From the Encyclopedia:
Born September 24, 1941, in Camuy, Puerto Rico; daughter of Santos (a farmer) and Victoria (Méndez) Jiménez; married Kalman Wagenheim (a journalist), June 10, 1961; children: David Roberto, Maria Dolores. Ethnicity: "Puerto Rican." Education: Inter-American University, San Juan, Puerto Rico, B.A. (magna cum laude), 1970; State University of New York at Buffalo, M.A., 1971; Rutgers University, Ph.D., 1981.

Antología de Cuentos Puertorriqueños


Cooke, Paul J., Antología de cuentos puertorriqueños, Godfrey, Illinois: Monticello College Edition, 1956.

De la Dedicatoria de Paul J. Cooke:
Dedico este libro a todos los puertorriqueños dondequiera que estén, y sobre todo a los que me han ayudado en el empeño de presentar al público cuentos honrosos para la isla. Es imposible mencionar a todos, pero no debo de omitir mi agradecimiento más profundo a Abelardo Diaz Alfaro y a su colaborador, recién fallecido, el Dr. Héctor Barrera. Sin su ayuda hubiera sido imposible preparar esta antología.

Social and Economic Studies, Vol. 18 (Journal)


Social and Economic Studies, Vol. 18, No. 1, Jamaica: ISER, March 1969.

Contents:
Electoral Law and Administration in Jamaica, by Ann Spackman.

The School Certificate Examination, Jamaica, 1962, by D.R. Manley.

Body Image, Physical Beauty and Colour among Jamaican Adolescents.

Book Reviews.

The Need for New Perspectives in Teaching and Research in Economics in Latin America.

Notes on contributors.

Revista de Ciencias Sociales, Vol. XII (Journal)


Revista de Ciencias Sociales, Vol. XII, Núm. 3, Rio Piedras, PR: Colegio de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Septiembre, 1968.

Sumario:
La imagen del espacio: su percepción y su efecto diferenciador sobre el pensamiento geográfico por Farouk M. El Gammal.

En torno a tres temas de C. Wright Mills por R. Garzaro.

La aportación del negro por Franklin J. Franco.

Influencia de grupos primarios sobre la participación en los sindicatos por Eugene C. Hagburg.

Los usos de la sociología para la comprensión, reforma y practica del derecho por Jaime B. Fuster.

Últimas tendencias de la investigación de la conducta violenta por Franco Ferracuti.

Reseñas:
Elías Candal – Revolución Industrial y Subdesarrollo, por Paul Bairoch.
Iván Restripo Fernández – Estados Unidos ante su Crisis, por varios autores.

Libros Recibidos y Revistas Recibidas.

Revista de Ciencias Sociales, Vol. XIII (Journal)


Revista de Ciencias Sociales, Vol. XIII, Núm. 1, Rio Piedras, PR: Colegio de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Marzo, 1969.

Sumario:
El desarrollo integral del hombre por Eugenio Fernández Méndez.

Vivencia artística y circunstancia sociológica por Roberto D. Agramonte.

Personalidad e industrialización – algunos problemas teóricos por Barry Bernard Levine.

Consideraciones teóricas en el análisis sociológico de la desviación social por Ruth Silva de Bonilla.

Industrialización y desarrollo económico por Dr. Simón Teitel.

Un estudio de la actividad política campesina en Chile por James Petras y Hugo Zemelman.

Algunos aspectos psicológicos de la reforma universitaria y asistencia técnica por Tirso Mejía - Ricart.

Reseñas, Libros Recibidos y Revistas Recibidas.

Monday, May 16, 2016

Development Dialogue - 2, (Journal)


Development Dialogue, (2), Uppsala: The Dag Hammarskjöld Centre, 1980.

Contents:
Message from the Prime Minister of Jamaica, Hon. Michael Manley, to the South-North Conference on the International Monetary System and the New International Order.

No to IMF Meddling: President Nyerere’s New Year Message 1980 to the Diplomats accredited to Tanzania.

The Arusha Initiative: A Call for a United Nations Conference on International Money and Finance.

Solidarity with Jamaica: Resolution Adopted by the South-North Conference.

The Inadequacy and Loss of Legitimacy of the International Monetary Fund, by Ismail-Sabri Abdalla.

Swallowing the IMF Medicine in the 'Seventies, by Norman Girvan.

Restructuring the International Monetary System, by Justinian F. Rweyemamu.

Comments on the Long-term Proposals for Restructuring the International Monetary System, by Luigi Spaventa.

The IMF and the Third World: The Case of Jamaica, 1974-80, by Norman Girvan, Richard Bernal & Wesley Hughes.

Juvenile Delinquency in Puerto Rico: A Socio-Cultural and Socio-Legal Analysis


Kupperstein, Lenore R. & Jaime Toro-Calder, Juvenile delinquency in Puerto Rico: A socio-cultural and socio-legal analysis, Rio Piedras: Social Science Research Center, University of Puerto Rico, 1969.

From the Foreword by Marvin E. Wolfgang:
This study is the first publication of an international effort to examine juvenile court statistics and the machinery of justice designed to process the younger members of society who commit acts believed to require public attention.

Monday, May 9, 2016

El Tema del Café en la Literatura Puertorriqueña


Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, El tema del café en la literatura puertorriqueña, (introducción y selección Por Ricardo E. Alegría), San Juan, PR: Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, 1965.

Indice:
Introducción por Ricardo Alegría.

La Charca por Manuel Zeno Gandía.

Raíz y Espiga por Ernesto Juan Fonfrías.

Esencia de la Mañana y Musaraña de la Noche por Tomas Blanco.

El Acabe por Juan Antonio Corretjer.

Montaña en Flor por Washington Llorens.

El Cafetal por Virgilio Dávila.

El Café por Ferdinand R. Cestero.

Los Piladores por Francisco Manrique Cabrera.

Café, La Bebida Mulata por José S. Alegría.

Cogedores de Café por Luis Llorens Torres.

Canción del Cafetal por Obdulio Bauzá.

El Café de Mi Tierruca por La Hija del Caribe.

Décima de la Sierra por Cesáreo Rosa-Nieves.

Solar Montoya por Enrique Laguerre.

Canto al Café por Gustavo Pales Matos.

El Café por José Julián Acosta.

Aquella Noche en la Sierra por Antonio Oliver Frau.

Cádiz e Iberoamérica, No. 10


Cádiz e Iberoamérica, No. 10, Cádiz: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Diputación Provincial de Cádiz, 1992.

De la introducción:
Cádiz E Iberoamérica, cumple con este número, una década dedicada a reflejar en sus páginas la diversidad Hispanoamericana y los lazos comunes que unen ambas orillas del Océano Atlántico.


Índice:
España en las Américas según la Memoria Popular, por Paulo de Carvalho-Neto.
Neruda y Europa; Elegía de Cádiz, por Alain Sicard.
El Criollo: Heredero y Contradictor de la Colonización, por Julio Le Riverend.
Lengua y Literatura Quechua, por Carmelo Chaparro.
El Sueño Americano: 500 Años de Migraciones y Tornaviajes, por Clara E. Lidia.
Danza de las Cucharas: Tríptico Vallejiano, por Edgar O’Hara.
Influencia Europea en la Música Hispanoamericana Hasta el Siglo XIX, por Alberto González Calderón.
Manuel Andújar, Un Andaluz Transterrado; Méjico y España en la Memoria, por Manuel Quiroga Clérigo.
El Pintor Ernesto Sábato, por Sabas Martin.
Los Cuatro Viajes Colombinos, por Luis M. Coin Cuenca.
Ante el Décimo Aniversario, por Alfonso Perales Pizarro.
La Infancia de “Cádiz – Iberoamérica”, por Fernando Santiago.
Índices de los Números Anteriores.
Índice por Autores de los Nueve Números Anteriores, por Manuel Casas Ciria.
La Restauración del Patrimonio Monumental: La Catedral de Jerez y la Iglesia del Carmen de Cádiz, por Pablo Diañez Rubio.
Tejada Uribe, Un Raro Caso en la Pintura Colombiana, por Oscar Collazos.
Los Americanos y su Visión de España en el Siglo XIX, por Rafael Sánchez Mantero.
Lezama en mi Memoria, por Ofelia Gronlier.
España en la Obra de José Lezama Lima, por Cesar Rodríguez de Sepúlveda.
Los Contenidos Históricos del Pabellón de la Navegación de la Expo ’92 de Sevilla, por Pablo E. Pérez – Mallaina Bueno.
El Retrato Retórico en la Relación de Francisco Vázquez, por Juan Luis Calbarro Morales.
Aportes de la Cultura Española a la Cultura Argentina, por Luis Alberto Quesada.
La Ruta Comercial Directa Cádiz – Manila: Aportación Cartográfica a su Estudio, por Teo Cardoso Alcántara y Ana Becerra Fabra.
Augusto Roa Bastos, Las Imágenes del Escritor, por Paco Tovar.
En Su Propio Esplendor (Relato), por Fanny Buitrago.
Dulce Encuentro, por Josefina Junquera Coca.
En Torno a la Cumbre Interamericana de Madrid, por Rodrigo Carazo Odio.

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Trigésimo Noveno Congreso Internacional de Americanistas


Trigésimo noveno Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, Resúmenes de Ponencias, Lima, Perú, 1970.

Índice de resúmenes disponible en B.B.A.A. Boletín Bibliográfico de Antropología Americana.

Ver además: Actas y memorias del XXXIX Congreso Internacional de Americanistas.

El Congreso Internacional de Americanistas se llevó a cabo por primera ocasión en Nancy, Francia, del 18 de junio al 18 de julio de 1875, mediante la iniciativa de la Société Américaine de France la cual emitió su convocatoria el 25 de agosto de 1874. Desde entonces, se han celebrado más de cincuenta reuniones durante más de 125 años.

The Economic Basis of Politics, and Related Writings


Beard, Charles Austin, The Economic Basis of Politics, and Related Writings New York: Vintage Books, 1957.

Available in part online.

Charles Austin Beard (November 27, 1874 – September 1, 1948) was, with Frederick Jackson Turner, one of the most influential American historians of the first half of the 20th century. For a while he was a history professor at Columbia University but his influence came from hundreds of monographs, textbooks and interpretive studies in both history and political science. His works included a radical re-evaluation of the founding fathers of the United States, who he believed were motivated more by economics than by philosophical principles. Beard's most influential book, An Economic Interpretation of the U.S. Constitution (1913), has been the subject of great controversy ever since its publication. While frequently criticized for its methodology and conclusions, it was responsible for a wide-ranging reinterpretation of American history of the founding era.[1][2][3] He was also the co-author with his wife Mary Beard of The Rise of American Civilization (1927), which had a major influence on American historians.

Luis Muñoz Marín: A Concise Biography


Mathews, Thomas, Luis Muñoz Marín: A Concise Biography, New York: American R.D.M. Corporation, 1967.

José Luis Alberto Muñoz Marín (February 18, 1898 – April 30, 1980), known as Luis Muñoz Marín, was a Puerto Rican poet, journalist, politician and statesman, regarded as the "Father of Modern Puerto Rico,"[1][2] and the "Architect of the Commonwealth." In 1948 he was the first democratically elected Governor of Puerto Rico, spearheading an administration that engineered profound economic, political and social reforms…

La República Dominicana ante el Proceso de Integración Económica en Latinoamérica


Vega, Bernardo, La República Dominicana ante el proceso de integración económica en Latinoamérica, Santo Domingo: Banco Central de la República Dominicana, 1966.

De la introducción:
El presente documento fue preparado como resultado de la participación del autor en el Segundo Curso del Instituto para la Integración de América Latina (INTAL), organismo creado hace dos años por el Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo. Este curso, de una duración de siete semanas, incluyó visitas a la Secretaría Ejecutiva de ALALC, en Montevideo, a la Secretaría de Integración Económica de Centroamérica (SIECA), en Guatemala, y a los Bancos Centrales de cada uno de los cinco países miembros del Mercado Común Centroamericano.

El Concepto de Múltiples Almas y Algunos Ritos Fúnebres entre los Negros Americanos


Pollak-Eltz, Angelina, El Concepto de Múltiples Almas y Algunos Ritos Fúnebres entre los Negros Americanos, Caracas: Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas, Universidad Católica “Andrés Bello”, 1974.

De la introducción:
Al investigar la cultura negra venezolana y el aporte africano a la cultura popular de nuestra tierra me fije en el hecho de que los campesinos de descendencia africana creen a menudo en la existencia de múltiples almas, a pesar de su afiliación nominal a la Iglesia Católica. Por lo menos una de estas almas se convierte en espíritu después de la muerte. Estudiando estos conceptos más a fondo, llegue a la conclusión de que los ritos fúnebres están funcionalmente ligados a tales creencias y solo se comprenden a la luz de sus conceptos acerca de la muerte y del alma (o del as almas). La creencia en el espíritu del difunto ocupa un puesto bien determinado e importante dentro del marco de esta estructura. Para proseguir este estudio me dedique a la búsqueda de datos acerca de tales fenómenos en la literatura etnográfica de África Occidental y de algunas culturas afroamericanas, llegando a la conclusión de que estructural y funcionalmente las creencias y los ritos se originaron entre los negros africanos.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

"The Notorious Riot": The Socio-economic and Political Base of Paul Bogle's Revolt


Robotham, Don, "The Notorious Riot": The Socio-economic and Political Base of Paul Bogle's Revolt, Working Paper # 28, Mona, Kingston, Jamaica: Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of West Indies, 1981.

Paul Bogle (1822 – 24 October 1865)[1] was a Jamaican Baptist deacon and is a National Hero of Jamaica. He was a leader of the 1865 Morant Bay Protesters, who agitated for justice and fair treatment for all the people in Jamaica. After leading the Morant Bay rebellion, Bogle was captured and hanged on 24 October 1865 in the Morant Bay Court House by the British authorities.

Aspects of the Political Economy of Race in the Caribbean and in the Americas


Girvan, Norman, Aspects of the Political Economy of Race in the Caribbean and in the Americas, Working Paper # 7, Mona, Kingston, Jamaica: Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of West Indies, 1981.

Available online.

First published in 1975, this paper argues that the vastly different terms on which Africans, native Americans and Europeans were incorporated into capitalist accumulation in the Americas underlie the concrete forms of embedded racism that continue to be seen in these societies, as well as the ideologies and politics of resistance. Of relevance to the on-going debate over race in the Americas.

Plantation to Cooperative: Managerial Issues in the Castle Bruce Transition


Nunes, F. E., Plantation to Cooperative: Managerial Issues in the Castle Bruce Transition, Working Paper 26. Mona, Jamaica: Institute of Social and Economic Research, 1981.

From the Introduction:
The Castle Bruce Farmers’ Co-operative Society is scarcely five years, yet, it has already attracted considerable measures of enthusiasm and hostility. These extreme reactions have resulted more from events which gave birth to the co-operative than to its subsequent accomplishments. But the lasting value of Castle Bruce will depend not on the excitement of its origin, but on its capacity to function as a viable enterprise. For only by so doing can it give legitimacy to its beginning and demonstrate its claim to the economic and social advantages of co-operative production over plantation production.

Plan Operativo 1977 (Secretaria de Estado de Agricultura de la República Dominicana)


Secretaria de Estado de Agricultura de la República Dominicana, Plan Operativo 1977, Santo Domingo, D.N.: Secretaria de Estado de Agricultura, 1976.

Ing. Agron. Manuel de Js. Viñas C. (Secretario de Estado de Agricultura):
Por tratarse de una primera experiencia con seguridad se dará lugar a muchas inquietudes e interrogantes. Sin embargo, lo importante es que ya se dispone de un instrumento con el cual será posible racionalizar mejor nuestros proyectos, y programas, a fin de encauzarlos cada vez más hacia las metas y objetivos que nos hemos trazado en la Estrategia de Desarrollo para el Largo Plazo.

Religious Cults of the Caribbean: Trinidad, Jamaica and Haiti


Simpson, George Eaton, Religious Cults of the Caribbean: Trinidad, Jamaica and Haiti, Rio Piedras: Institute of Caribbean Studies, 1970.

From the Foreword by Dr. Thomas Mathews:
The Institute of Caribbean Studies is extremely pleased to bring out this collection of studies of Professor George E. Simpson. This edition includes in its complete form the original study of the The Shango Cult in Trinidad which was one of the first manuscripts I accepted for publication when I was director of the Institute. (…) We are indeed pleased to be able to issue it again in this new and enlarged edition which includes other monographs and articles by Professor Simpson, long since out of print or difficult to locate in specialized journals.
(…)
As a former student at Oberlin College I had the distinct privilege of working with Professor Simpson several decades ago in breaking down the barriers of discrimination in what was supposedly a liberal college campus. I admired then the ability of Professor Simpson to carry beyond his mere academic interest the concern for Afro-American studies. Indeed, as is well recognized, he and his colleague Professor Milton Yinger with whom he collaborated to write a basic work in the field of race relations have pioneered in this area which today is so popular.


For the 1980 updated edition see THIS.

The Family in the Caribbean: Proceedings of the Second Conference on the Family in the Caribbean


Gerber, Stanford N., Ed., The Family in the Caribbean: Proceedings of the Second Conference on the Family in the Caribbean, Rio Piedras: Institute of Caribbean Studies, 1973.

From the Preface:
The Second Conference on the Family in the Caribbean was held December 1 – 5 , 1969, in Aruba, Netherlands Antilles.


See also Proceedings of the First Conference on the Family in the Caribbean.

Cambio Social en Santo Domingo


Corten, André, y Andrée Corten, Cambio Social en Santo Domingo, Estudio Especial n° 5, Instituto de Estudios del Caribe, Univ. de Puerto Rico, Río Piedras, Puerto Rico, 1968.

Reseñada en Cahiers du monde hispanique et luso-brésilien, Year 1969.

De la portada del libro:
Este libro trata de mostrar de manera concreta las relaciones existentes en la sociedad dominicana entre una mayoría que se ve excluida de las facilidades modernas y una minoría que no hace nada, o por lo menos hace poco, para permitir a la mayoría participar en el bienestar. Esa mayoría la constituye la masa que está llamando con urgencia a las puertas del sector moderno y que son los habitantes de los barrios periféricos de Santo Domingo. Esos habitantes fueron a quienes interrogaron los autores.

Saramaka Social Structure: Analysis of a Maroon Society in Surinam


Price, Richard, Saramaka Social Structure: Analysis of a Maroon Society in Surinam, Río Piedras, P.R.: Institute of Caribbean Studies, 1975. (two copies)

Reviewed in Caribbean Studies © 1977.

Reviewed in Social and Economic Studies © 1976.

Richard Price (born November 30, 1941, in New York City) is an American anthropologist and historian, best known for his studies of the Caribbean and his experiments with writing ethnography.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Tradition, the Writer and Society: Critical Essays


Harris, Wilson. Tradition, the writer and society: critical essays, London: New Beacon, 1967.

From the George Padmore Institute:
The essays explore notions of Caribbean tradition, history, language and heritage both in what they say, and in how they say it. The writing is provocative, often abstract, and demands the reader’s full attention. Its intent is less a practical move towards the creative autonomy in Caribbean literature, than an individual exploration of the possibility of renewing the practice of fiction and art more generally beyond existing conventions (Bundy, 31).


Sir Theodore Wilson Harris (born 24 March 1921) is a Guyanese writer. He initially wrote poetry, but has since become a well-known novelist and essayist. His writing style is often said to be abstract and densely metaphorical, and his subject matter wide-ranging. Harris is considered one of the most original and innovative voices in postwar literature in English.
(…)
Literary critics have stated that although reading Harris's work is challenging, it is rewarding in many ways. Harris has been admired for his exploration of the themes of conquest and colonization as well as the struggles of colonized peoples. Readers have commented that his novels are an attempt to express truths about the way people experience reality through the lens of the imagination. Harris has been faulted for his novels that have often nonlinear plot lines, and for his preference of internal perceptions over external realities.

Bim, Vol. 13, No. 53 (Journal)


Bim, Vol. 13, No. 53, July – December 1971.

BIM (magazine) was a distinguished "little magazine" first published in Barbados in 1942, being one of two pioneering Caribbean literary journals to have been established in the 1940s, the other being A. J. Seymour's Kyk-Over-Al in British Guiana in 1945. According to the Barbados National Register, on the submission of 16 volumes of BIM magazine together with the associated Frank Collymore Collection of correspondence in 2008: "The importance of the magazine is that it provides a miniature history of primary sources in West Indian literature. In the mid twentieth century the magazine fostered the idea, new in the region at that time, that the profession of writing is an honorable one. The magazine was the chief meeting place for Anglophone literary ideas thus enabling the writers to overcome their isolation. Bim provided also an opportunity for new writers to appear in print alongside more established Caribbean writers who had published abroad. The magazine was thus a major force for regional dialogue, championing regionalism by its actions. Almost every important West Indian writer contributed first poems and short stories to Bim. It was here that they obtained their first encouragement and it was from here that links were established with the BBC programme Caribbean Voices and its producer Henry Swanzy who championed the development of Caribbean writing abroad."[1]


Contents:
On Being Different, by Sir Arthur Lewis.
Three Poems, by Mervyn Morris.
Septimus, by John Wickham.
The Fisherman, by Felix Redmill.
The Water Woman and Her Lover, by Ralph Prince.
The Beautiful Years, by Wendy Radford.
Crab, by L. Edward Brathwaite.
Banjo, by Denis Foster.
Big Brains, by Daniel J. Samaroo.
Two Letters, by Judy Miles.
The Black Elephant, by Monica Skeete.
People, by E. A. Markham.
A Reasonable Man, by Timothy Callendar.
De Feminarum Posterioribus, by Frank A. Collymore.
Two Poems, by Sylvia Hall.
The Beggar, by Donna Yawching.
Kite, by Bruce St. John.
The Affair, by Robert Lee.
Night Thoughts of Queen Elide, by John McClellan.
Book Review, by Edward Baugh.

Justiça Eleitoral e A Consolidação da Democracia No Brasil


Sadek, Maria Tereza Aina, Justiça Eleitoral e A Consolidação da Democracia No Brasil, São Paulo: Fundação Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 1995.

Disponível em linha.

Maria Tereza Aina Sadek:
Possui graduação em Ciências Sociais pela Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (1969), mestrado em Ciências Sociais pela Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (1977), doutorado em Ciência Política pela Universidade de São Paulo (1984) e pós-doutorado na Universidade da Califórnia e na Universidade de Londres. Atualmente é colaboradora da Fundação Getúlio Vargas RJ, pesquisadora senior e diretora de pesquisas do Centro Brasileiro de Estudos e Pesquisas Judiciais e professora doutora da Universidade de São Paulo. Tem experiência na área de Ciência Política, com ênfase em Teoria Política, atuando principalmente nos seguintes temas: poder judiciário, ministério público, defensoria pública, acesso à justiça, constituição, justiça e democracia.Membro da Comissão de Altos Estudos em Administração da Justiça.Integrante do Conselho Consultivo Interinstitucional do Tribunal de Justiça do Estado de São Paulo. Conselheira do Conselho Nacional de Autorregulamentação Publicitária

Política Sexual en Puerto Rico


Ostolaza Bey, Margarita, Política Sexual en Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: Ediciones Huracán, Inc., 1989.

Reseñada en NWIG: New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids © 1993.

Margarita Ostolaza Bey is a former member of the Senate of Puerto Rico. Margarita Ostolaza was born in Cayey, Puerto Rico. After carrying out her graduate studies at New York University (NYU), she started teaching in the Cayey campus of the University of Puerto Rico where in 1986, she founded the Project for Studies of Women. Afterwards, she finished her doctoral studies at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Her specialty is political sociology. In 1989, with the editorial assistance of Ediciones Huracán, she published her book "Política Sexual en Puerto Rico" (Sexual Policy in Puerto Rico).