A milestone in studies of Latin American women and feminism. Of tremendous scope, synthesis, and clarity, this history of Latin American Women is organized around the idea that ‘in the Latin American context, women’s history is posited as part of the search for social and political justice for all people.’ Miller’s work is of tremendous value because it bases itself primarily on the growing body of feminist scholarship on Latin America from a broad range of disciplines, amply documented in the notes and bibliography.