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The diplomatic imagination of an autographer of Leonor de Alburquerque, widow of Fernando I de Aragón (1417)
The author of the letter: ‘la triste queina’ and ‘very rich female’ Leonor de Alburquerque. From the death of her husband the King Fernando I of Aragon in Equal on 2 April 1416 until his death at the age of 60 in Medina del Campo on 16 December 1435, Leonor de Alburquerque, illegitimately related to...
Female erotism in María Antonia by E. Hernández Espinosa: taking power or alienation?
in the context of the first years of the Cuban Revolution, this ‘republican tragedy’ depicts a young multifaceted young person, María Antonia, caught up between two social models in which she participates against her will and tries unsuccessfully to break away: the Afro-Cuban religious model, which...
The role of extracellular vescles in the spread and maintenance of alcohol-induced neuroinflammation in adolescence
[ES] Consumption of high amounts of ethanol over a short period of time, also known as attracon consumption, causes major alterations to the central nervous system of adolescents, activating the innate inflammatory response, which can cause neuronal death and structural and behavioural alterations....
The shellfish stick: political leaders of the Femenino Peronist Party
Summary: The Femenino Peronist Party emerged in July 1949 as one of the three branches of the Peronist movement. This party was an emblematic case of charismatic power; it was a centralised organisation dominated by the principle of obedience in command, in which the symbiosis between the organisati...
Identification of mutations and molecular diagnosis of carriers in Mexican families with Duchenne muscular dystrophy/Becker
Introduction: Duchenne/Becker muscular dystrophy (DMD/BMD) is the most common hereditary myopathy in human populations. It is characterised by progressive muscle weakness which causes death for the Duchenne type from heart failure or respiratory failure during the second decade of life. For the Beck...
Punishment and release in ‘The death of acacia’ by Marvel Moreno
This article analyses the story ‘The death of acacia’ of Colombian writer Marvel Moreno from a multidisciplinary perspective that integrates elements of literary theory, hermentics, sociology and gender studies. In order to go beyond the anecdote narrative and look into the topics proposed by the st...
“Today, you are in your home”: the negotiation of cultural, ethnic and gender conflicts in Flores of another world in Icíar Bollaín
In the 1990s, more films run by women than before came to Spanish cinemas. Four of those directors — Icíar Bollaín, Isabel Coixet, Judith Colell and Teresa de Pelegry — had not yet reached the age of 30 when they presented their first feature films and their vision of Spanish society and the situati...
PREVENTIVE HEALTH MEASURES AT THE END OF THE 19TH CENTURY IN MEXICO: An ARQUEOLÓGICAhttp EVIDENCE://193830d6-8eff-4db-9628-e7b409a0584cIn the prehispanic period in Mexico, due to ignorance, lack of health measures and the lack of specific medicines, there were many diseases among the population. The most important were infectious and parasitic diseases which, in the form of epidemics, led to the death of a large number of inhabitants, mainly children, young people and women of reproductive age. Very few people arrived in the elderly and were therefore considered to be well known and of special hierarchy. This was not very different at the time of conquest and subsequent centuries, mainly in the perimeter areas of Mexico City, in so-called ‘poverty belts’. In the convent that operated in the order of Betlemitas, belonging to the Bank of Mexico and considered to be one of the most representative historic buildings of the XVIII century, there were numerous and very valuable evidence that has made it possible to draw extraordinary conclusions on lifestyles, health conditions, prevalent diseases, preventive measures and therapeutic procedures during the prehispanic period and in the 17th to 20th centuries.
En la época prehispánica, en México, por la ignorancia, la falta de medidas sanitarias y la falta de medicamentos específicos, prevalecían un sinnúmero de enfermedades entre la población. Las más importantes eran las enfermedades infecciosas y parasitarias que, en forma de epidemias, determinaban la...
Vida de Carmen Caamaño Díaz : una voz del exilio interior
<p>Este artículo recoge el testimonio oral de Carmen Caamaño Díaz (Madrid, 1911), quien a través de su memoria hace un recorrido autobiográfico en el que manifiesta la evolución de un compromiso ideológico que la convertiría en sujeto activo del exilio interior durante el régimen franquista. En su e...
Physico-recreational activities and their influence on lowering levels of blood pressure in hypertensive women aged 60 to 70
Arterial hypertension has become one of the leading causes of death in the world, recently occupying the leading role in mortality, and a cause-experimental research into development was carried out in the Consejo Popular Palacio Sur del Ayuntamiento Los Palacios, with the aim of proposing a set of...
Afrontamiento de un grupo de adultos ante el duelo por pérdida de los padres en el centro de apoyo al duelo
El objetivo de este estudio transversal cuantitativo-descriptivo fue describir las estrategias de afrontamiento en adultos después del período de duelo debido a la muerte de su padre y / o madre. Los participantes fueron 45, 28 mujeres y 17 hombres que recibieron asistencia psicológica en "El Centro...
Consequences of maternal death in the family
Identify and analyse publications dealing with the impact or consequences of maternal death on the family. Method: systematic review of qualitative and quantitative research publications in indexed magazines of biomedical databases in English, Portuguese and Spanish. Results: of the seven publicatio...
Life and death of water-borne beings. The cacuri (wairo)
This group of images illustrates some of the steps involved in the construction of a fishing trap called Cacurí (wairo), a trap that is born, lives and dies every year in the cachivers of the Lower Vaupés River of Colombia. The installation of this trap, as well as reporting on the natural knowledge...
Investigaciones arqueológicas en el sitio La Victoria 5 (Departamento de General Conesa, Río Negro) Archaeological research at la Victoria 5 site, General Conesa Department, Río Negro
En este trabajo se presentan los resultados del estudio de los materiales del sitio arqueológico La Victoria 5 (LV5), ubicado sobre la margen de un paleocauce del río Negro, en el sector medio de su cuenca (provincia de Río Negro), donde se registraron restos de un entierro humano primario doble de...
Black legend against Spain during English Romanticism: the biographical collections of Mary Hays
< div class = “page” title = “Page 1” > < div class = “layoutArea” > < div class = “Column” > This work analyses referrals to Spain in two biograph collections of the English writer Mary Hays: Fema- le Biography (1803) and Memoirs of Queens (1821), as they contain several H- historical bridges on wh...
By constructing the stereotype of pre-school teachers at the time of pandemia
En this narrative, the author, a young pre-school teacher in a rural area of Oaxaca, Mexico, is facing the established stereotype of the pre-school teacher. Think about life in pandemic, for some under a roof and job security, for others, in the fierce daily struggle for livelihood. In the end, the...
Obstetric Red Code successfully completed. An alternative to reduce maternal morbidity by postpartum bleeding
Maternal mortality is unacceptably high worldwide. Estimates from the World Health Organisation say that every day a large number of women die worldwide from complications related to pregnancy, childbirth or posture; postpartum haemorrgia (HPP) is one of the serious complications that pose a vital r...
Salvador Allende en la perspectiva histórica del movimiento popular chileno
En esta ponencia la vida política de Salvador Allende se inserta en la historia general del movimiento popular en Chile. El autor sostiene tres premisas relacionadas entre sí: 1°) Salvador Allende encarnó mejor que nadie, desde mediados de la década de 1930 y hasta su muerte en 1973, la continuidad...
Breaking down the horror and death regime: women’s youth groups in Ciudad Juárez (Mexico)
The text shows some findings concerning the analysis of collective actions in Ciudad Juárez (Mexico), which put forward a series of strategies to identify and disentangle the horror and death regime characterised by violence over the past two decades. Through ethnographical work with the Roma Battal...
Tenure and violence
Relevant book: there is a lot of fear. Gloria Inés Peláez. From Abajo, Bogotá, 2016, 246 pp. The odysea of a girl called Adela, almost a teenager, surviving Armero’s tragedy, widow of violence and the mother of a sick baby, is what Colombian writer Gloria Inés Peláez (Manizales, 1956) refers to in h...
APROXIMACIÓN EPIDEMIOLÓGICA AL PROCESO DE CONTACTO INTERÉTNICO EN EL NORTE DE TIERRA DEL FUEGO EPIDEMIOLOGICAL APPRAOCH TO EUROPEAN-ABORIGINAL CONTACT IN NORTH OF TIERRA DEL FUEGO
Se analizó el proceso de contacto interétnico ocurrido en el norte de Tierra del Fuego durante finales de siglo XIX e inicios del siglo XX. Específicamente, aquellos sucesos vinculados con la misión salesiana de Río Grande, Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria y la población Selk'nam. Mediante el análisi...
Suicide in old age in Spain
Since 1970 to 1992, 64.917 people have been killed by suicide, of whom 41,78 in 100 were more than 60 years old (detailed international nomenclature of causes of death). It has risen from an annual average of 615 suicides in the elderly from 1970-1982 to 899 in 1983-1992. Suicides and attempts in ol...
Bloody Sunday Fight
Between the Free Walking Tour in the city of La Paz, the walk at 4650 msnm cycling along the death route and the extreme tourism circuits surrounding the Andean capital of Bolivia, every Tuesday and Sunday in the city of El Alto, cites a striking struggle. The market and the state exotically produce...
Gender inequality and child deaths in Ocotepec, Chiapas
The aim of this article is to analyse how gender inequality affects the care pathways of children under five who died for preventable causes in the period 2005-2010 in Ocotepec, Chiapas. A constructivity-relational gender approach is used to demonstrate that children’s medical care is mediated by ag...
People of Islam. Ritual funerary and life stories at the maqbara of Pamplona
We present some results obtained from the osteoarchaeological study carried out on the remains exhumed in the Maqbara of the Plaza del Castillo de Pamplona. Of the 172 Islamic seedlings identified, 177 skeletons have been recovered in different conservation states. Demographically represents a natur...