Eulalia Guzman, The First Mexican Antropologist

Eulalia Guzmán Barrón (1890–1985) was a post-war feminist pioneer, educator, and nationalist thinker of the Mexican Revolution. She was a progressive social and cultural fighter of great importance to the movements of the 20th Century. Eulalia learned several languages, she was fluent in German, English, French, and Italian. References: Guzmán Barron Eulalia. Publicaciones Digitales, DGSCA, UNAM. […]

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Lidia Sogandares, The First Medical and Obstetrician Gynecologist in Panama

Can you imagine that at the end of your professional studies, you can not immediately practice your profession? Lidia Gertrudis Sogandares Rivera She was born in Panama in the first decade of the twentieth century. Her family was made up of her parents and 5 siblings. As a young girl, she was a student of […]

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Marie Curie the first female to win a Nobel Prize and the first person to win that award twice

Marie Curie She born in Poland on 7 November 1867, this brilliant woman was the first to: Win the Nobel Prize in Physics Earn a master’s degree in physics  from Sorbonne University Use the term “radioactivy” Be a Laboratory Chief and professor at the Sorbonne University Be a member of the French Academy of Medicine […]

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Juana Inés de Asbaje y Ramírez de Santillana, considered as the first female feminist in América

Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Juana Inés de Asbaje, better known as Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, was born on November 12, 1651 in the State of Mexico, Mexico. She was one of the most important intellectuals in Mexico. She wrote poetry, plays and essays. She entered the Order of San Jerónimo to […]

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