Revolutionary Women: The Soldaderas, Saints and Subversives Who Shaped Early Texas
Much has been written about the men of the Mexican Revolution, but what about its women? Co-authors Kathy Sosa, Ellen Riojas Clark, and Jennifer Speed detail the lives of 18 of these female role models and subversives from the last century in their new book, "Revolutionary Women of Texas and Mexico."
- Kathy Sosa, artist, educator and co-editor of "Revolutionary Women of Texas and Mexico: Portraits of Soldaderas, Saints, and Subversives"
- Ellen Riojas Clark, co-editor and professor emerita at the University of Texas at San Antonio
- Jennifer Speed, co-editor and research development strategist in the office of the Dean for Research at Princeton University
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*This interview was recorded on Monday, January 4.