Film, Video Feminine Protection
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- Feminine Protection
- Eugenia Tarzibachi presented her research on the connections between traditional narratives of gender and the commercial dissemination and consumption of disposable menstrual products. Drawing on advertisements, first-person accounts, interviews and educational materials, Tarzibachi critically examines the similarities between the United States and Argentina at specific historical conjunctures between 1920 and 1980.
- September 29, 2016
- - Eugenia Tarzibachi holds a degree in psychology from the University of Buenos Aires and a postgraduate specialization in education from the University of San Andreas. She was awarded her Ph.D. with honors in 2014 from the University of Buenos Aires. Tarzibachi has also worked with governmental and nongovernmental organizations where she has worked to foster gender equity, particularly in the field of sexual and reproductive health and education.
- Humanities & Social Sciences Division: https://www.loc.gov/rr/main/
- 1 hours 35 minutes 54 seconds
- online text
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