Donna Guy

Donna J. Guy is Distinguished Professor Emerita of Humanities in the Department of History at Ohio State University. She is a specialist in the history of Argentina and Latin American Women’s history. Her publications include Sex and Danger in Buenos Aires: Prostitution, Family and Nation in Argentina and Women Build the Nation State: Performing Charity and Creating Rights in Argentina 1880-1955.

Articles by this author

Argentina: Philanthropic Organizations

The networks of Jewish philanthropic groups, both in the capital and in the interior provinces, supported a wide range of charitable institutions to help keep families together.

Argentina: Jewish White Slavery

Fear of Jewish white slavery, the sexual traffic in immigrant Jewish refugee women, often conducted by Jewish men, was a topic that preoccupied Jewish communities in Europe and immigrant communities in North and South America from the 1880s until the outbreak of World War II.

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