A century since Women's Suffrage, the rights of women and the wider issues surrounding women's history and women in social movements are more important than ever!
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Visionary Archives of Primary Sources spanning the history of the struggle for women’s rights and centuries of pivotal women’s and LGBT Magazines.
Previously inaccessible consumer women's magazine titles; these are critical primary sources through which to interpret 19th and 20th-century history and culture.
Mary Walton, journalist and biographer of one of America’s most influential and impassioned suffragists, discusses hw her book, A Woman’s Crusade: Alice Paul and the Battle for the Ballot, came to be.
Professor Esther Katz, founder and director of the Margaret Sanger Papers, answers questions about the digitization and importance of the project.
Scholar Peter C. Engelman, explores the bitter rivalry which shaped the direction of the birth control movement.
Discover new paths to unique content about some of modern history’s greatest activists and the movements they shaped.
Enhance your gender and women’s studies, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) research with authoritative perspectives from 1970 to present.
The entire run of Vogue magazine (US) from 1892, supports research in cultural and gender studies, and explores themes such as body image, gender roles, and social tastes from the 1890s to the present.