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Item Details
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Available to everyone
Culture
Quechua
Title
Plowing
Date
1970
Description
A woman plants and a man plows. Gender is reflected in agriculture: women plant seed and men plow, whether with the chaqui taqllia or the ox-drawn plow.
Repository
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
Related Item
Gender roles series : 11
ID Number
ISB_00154
Digitization Date
2005
Web Citation 2
Billie Jean Isbell Andean Collection, Images from the Andes: Collection Highlights: Gender: http://resolver.library.cornell.edu/collection/Isbell/gender
Print Citation
Isbell, Billie Jean. "De inmaduro a duro: lo simbólico femenino y los esquemas andinos de género." Chap. 8 of Más allá del silencio: las fronteras de género en los Andes, D. Y. Arnold, compiladora. La Paz: Biblioteca Andina, 1997: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2474
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File Properties
File Name
297995.fpx
SSID
297995

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