Tales Told Out on the Borderlands: Dona Maria's Story, Oral History, and Issues of Gender. By James Daniel Presented by Sarah Cronk. James Daniel.
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"Life stories are culturally determined constructs drawing on a public discourse structured by class, cultural conventions, and gender, and making use a wide spectrum of possible roles, self-representations, repertoires, and available narratives. We have to learn to read these stories, and the symbols and logic embedded in them, as such if we are to attend to their deeper meaning and do justice to the complexity found in their lives and historical experiences of those who recount them."
Originally researching the origins of Berisso and Peronist Unionism