Found 11 results
Author Title Type [ Year(Desc)]
Filters: Author is French,William E.  [Clear All Filters]
W. E. French, Business as Usual: Mexico North Western Railway Managers Confront the Mexican Revolution, Mexican Studies / Estudios Mexicanos, vol. 5, pp. 221-238, 1989.
W. E. French, Prostitutes and guardian angels: Women, work, and the family in Profirian Mexico, The Hispanic American Historical Review, vol. 72, p. 529, 1992.
W. E. French, Introduction, in ¿Quien Vive? An American Family in the Mexican Revolution, (Wilmington: Delaware: Scholarly Resources, 1999.
W. E. French and Buffington, R., The Culture of Modernity, in The Oxford History of Mexico, M. C. Meyer and Beezley, W. H. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.
W. E. French, Imagining Lives, Imagining Nations: Letters and Longing in Porfirian and Revolutionary Mexico, in XI Reunion de Historiadores Mexicanos, Estadoundenses y Canadienses, Monterrey, Mexico, 2003.
W. E. French, ‘Te Amo Muncho:’ The Love Letters of Pedro and Enriqueta, in The Human Tradition in Mexico, J. M. Pilcher Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, 2003, pp. 123-135.
W. E. French, Mapping Masculine Desire: Love, Courtship and Power in Mid-Nineteenth Century Mexico, in 51st Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies, 2004.
W. E. French, Un recuerdo vivo: Diario y género en el siglo XIX, in Seminario de CIESAS, Unidad Istmo, 2005.