Mural in Honor of Salvadoran Women

Mural in Honor of Salvadoran Women (HM2MTV)

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 Mural en Honor a Mujeres Emblemáticas de El Salvador
Antonia NavarroPrimera mujer graduada de la Universidad de El Salvavador y primera doctora de Centroamérica en un área que en esa época era exclusiva de los hombres, la
ingeniería topográfica. Se graduó en 1889, su tesis doctoral en astronomía la denominó "La Luna de las Mieses". Murió a los 21 años de edad.María Isabel RodríguezPrimera Mujer Rectora de la UES de 1999 a 2003 y de 2003 a 2007. Primera mujer graduada de la Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad de El Salvador en 1949 con
post grado en Cardiología y Fisiología. Primera mujer Decana de la Facultad de Medicina de la UES de 1967 a 1971. De 2009 a la fecha Ministra de Salud.Prudencia Ayala
Primera aspirante a la Presidencia Salvadoreña e Hispanoamericana. Su aspiración
como candidata en 1930 marcó la historia en El Salvador, porque lo hace cuando la legislación salvadoreña no permitía el voto femenino. No se tiene con constancia de su participación en el levantamiento campesino de 1932, pero se cree que colaboró.Ficha técnica del MuralDimensiones aproximadas:



8.5 m x 4.4 m
Técnica: Esténcil y graffiti sobre pintura vinílica. Diseño: Federico Paredes Umaña (Tlaloc) y Santiago Ramírez Porras (Tinku) con la colaboración de estudiantes de la UES. Realización: Wendy Abigail ∙ Bernabé Guillén ∙ Roseline Yajaira ∙ Valencia Rivera ∙ Bertha María ∙ Herrera Palma ∙ Jeimy Andreina ∙ Gómez Rodas ∙ Belliny Esmeralda Estrada ∙ Ruth Patricia Romero ∙ Claudia María Moz (Moz) ∙ Marcela Zelaya ∙ Eugenia Vásquez Canjura (U) ∙ Karla Meléndez ∙ Javi Montoya ∙ Ismar Alberto Rivas ∙ José Eduardo Merino (Big Boy) ∙ Daniel Rodríguez ∙ Arturo Landaverde ∙ Ciudad Universitaria, 13 de mayo de 2013.Con el apoyo Financiero de: Zonta InternacionalEnglish translation:Mural in Honor of Salvadoran WomenAntonia Navarro First woman graduate of the University of El Salvador and first doctorate of Central America in an area that at that time was exclusive to men, that of topographic engineering. She graduated in 1889 with a doctoral thesis in astronomy called "The Harvest Moon". She died at 21 years of age. María Isabel Rodríguez First Woman Rector of the UES from 1999 to 2003 and from 2003 to 2007. First woman to graduate from the Faculty of Medicine of the University



of El Salvador in 1949 with post-doctoral degrees in Cardiology and Physiology. First woman Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of the UES from 1967 to 1971. From 2009 to the present (2013) she is the Minister of Health. Prudencia Ayala First female candidate for the Salvadoran and Hispanic American Presidency. Her aspiration as a presidential candidate in 1930 was historic in El Salvador, because she did it at a time when Salvadoran legislation did not allow women to vote. There is no record of her participation in the peasant uprising of 1932, but she is believed to have collaborated. Mural technical details: Approximate dimensions: 8.5 m x 4.4 m Technique: Stencil and graffiti on vinyl paint. Design: Federico Paredes Umaña (Tlaloc) and Santiago Ramírez Porras (Tinku) with the collaboration of UES students. Additional student assistants University City, May 13, 2013. With financial support from: Zonta Internacional
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Year Placed2013
Placed ByUniversidad de El Salvador, ONU Mujeres y Zonta Internacional
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Date Added Sunday, November 10th, 2019 at 4:02pm PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)16L E 261701 N 8482436
Decimal Degrees-13.71743333, -89.20350000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 13° 43.046', W 89° 12.21'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds13° 43' 2.76" N, 89° 12' 12.6" W
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