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Decoding Gender: Law and Practice in Contemporary Mexico

Translation of Ann Varley’s book supported by UNIFEM

Decoding Gender: Law and Practice in Contemporary Mexico

The Central American office of the United Nations Development Fund for Women, UNIFEM, has supported publication of a revised and translated edition of Ann Varley’s book, Decoding Gender: Law and Practice in Contemporary Mexico by the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Los códigos del género: prácticas del derecho en el México contemporáneo was translated by Lucrecia Orensanz for the UNAM’s Gender Studies programme.

The book, co-edited with Helga Baitenmann and Victoria Chenaut, was originally published in the USA by Rutgers University Press in 2007.


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Los códigos del género: prácticas del derecho en el México contemporáneo


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