From Suffragettes to the "Me Too" Movement
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Watch the video sample "Changing the World, in Makers: Women Who Make America" available in Academic Video Online.
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Watch the on-demand webinar with key primary source collections for research in social movements.
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Key primary source collections for research in social movements.
Nearly 400,000 pages of primary source documents and more than 200 related scholarly essays on women’s public activism globally, from 1600 to the present.
New: Margaret Sanger Papers, (1879-1966). Insights on the history of changing attitudes towards women’s roles and sexuality from the principal founder and lifelong leader of movements.
This vast, cross-cultural resource spans continents and centuries to trace the evolution of feminism. Content includes rare works from the early 17th century and pivotal publications from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Gain insight on the formative role of petitions to Parliament during the 19th century (1833-1918), an unparalleled period of political modernization and democratization in Britain, including suffragette petitions.
An unparalleled view into events from this comprehensive collection of primary source documents from 1789 to the present.
Two collections offer full coverage of leading women’s consumer magazines, including Better Homes & Gardens, Good Housekeeping, Ladies’ Home Journal, Parents, Redbook, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, and more.
America’s first fashion magazine and digitally available in its entirety for the first time, this corpora of primary source material supports studies of body image, gender studies, marketing to women, and more.
Nineteenth through twentieth century primary source records span slavery and plantation records, political activity, women’s rights at the voting booth, in the workplace and in education. Plus explore and research women's and gender studies with videos, magazines, periodicals and more.
Primary source material essential to the study of women’s history, politics, and the arts. Explore coverage of International Women’s Day in Communist Historical Newspaper Collection – 1917-2013.
Discover a wide range of ebooks on women’s studies across time and continents.