Carolina Amor de Fournier

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Carolina Amor de Fournier

Carolina Amor de Fournier (1908–1993) was a Mexican editor, writer and translator. She was a founder of the Mexican scientific publishing company, La Prensa Médica Mexicana, and for many years, served as its director and editor. She was also co-founder in 1965 of Siglo XXI Editores. In 1980, she received the Merito Editorial.[1] Born in Mexico City, her parents were Carolina Schmidtlein y García Teruel (of German and Spanish origin) and Emmanuel Amor Subervielle (of Spanish and French origin).[2] Amor had six siblings. Her sister, Guadalupe Amor,[3] was a poet, her sister, Inés Amor an important Mexican galerist and her niece, Elena Poniatowska Amor, was a writer. Amor died in Mexico City.

Selected works[edit]

  • Carolina amor de Fournier; Carlos campillo Sainz. 1987. A la memoria del Doctor Raoul Rournier Villada, 1900-1984.
  • Andres J. Cassidy; Luz María A. de Chapa; Carolina Amor de fournier. 1982. "Es un privilegio ser amigo del Señor .
  • Carolina Amor de Fournier. 1972. La mujer en la tipografía mexicana.
  • Carolina Amor de Fournier. 1972. El niño de 6 a 12 años.
  • Carolina Amor de Fournier. 1965. Medicina interna.
  • Carolina Amor de Fournier, Rafael Montes de Oca; Rafael Martín del Campo, Rorman Pelham Wright. 1963. Hummingbirds and orchids of Mexico Monografia de los colibries y apuntes sobre las principales orquidea de México.
  • Carolina Amor de Fournier. 1954. Catálogo de libros impresos en México: VI Feria mexicana del libro.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alicia Rita Rueda-Acedo. 2012. Miradas Transatlánticas: El Periodismo Literario de Elena Poniatowska Y Rosa Montero. Vol. 55 de Purdue Studies in Romance Literatures Series. Editor Purdue Univ. Press, 320 pp. ISBN 1557536260, ISBN 9781557536266
  2. ^ Urrutia, E. (January 2005). "Carolina Amor de Fournier, tipógrafa del siglo XX" (PDF). Revista Historia de las Mujeres. Lima. Año VI (62). ISSN 2522-3690.
  3. ^ Inés Amor, Jorge Alberto Manrique, Teresa del Conde. 2005. Una mujer en el arte mexicano: memorias de Inés Amor. Vol. 32 de Cuadernos de historia del arte. 2ª ed. de UNAM, 307 pp. ISBN 9703221858, ISBN 9789703221851

Sources[edit]

  • Claudia Albarrán, Juan Antonio Rosado, Angélica Tornero. 2004. Diccionario de literatura mexicana: siglo XX. Vol. 19 de Filosofía y Cultura Contemporánea. 2ª edición de UNAM, 530 pp. ISBN 9703217605, ISBN 9789703217601