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This resource guide was designed to provide you with assistance in researching women's studies. To navigate this guide, click on the tabs above, or the Table of Contents below. Some pages also have subpages under them with even more information. If you need help, please contact us.
Table of Contents
Includes selected databases and newspapers.
Includes information on finding books.
Includes selected e-books on women biographies, history, health, sociology and history.
Includes websites on women's history and organizations.
Reference articles and e-books on the different waves of the women's movement. The subpages are the first, second, and third wave.
Includes e-books and reference articles on feminism.
Includes reference articles and e-books on feminist artists.
Includes e-books and articles on feminist authors.
Provides links to help with citing resources.
The Ascent of Women: A 10,000 Year Story Series
In this four-part series, Dr. Amanda Foreman traverses countries and continents to uncover and interrogate key stories of the strong, radical and revolutionary women that have made and changed the course of human history from 10,000 BC to the present day. The diverse characters she explores range from Mughal Empress Nur Jahan, who helped establish trade routes and pioneered the visual aesthetic of India, to American activist Margaret Sanger, who coined the term ‘birth control’ and developed the contraceptive pill. Th
The Longest War: Women & Power Series
In this provocative three part series Professor Amanda Vickery tells the story of the long war to give women an equal share of power in Britain. It was the Edwardian suffragettes who won the vote but Amanda Vickery reveals that they were part of a much longer struggle that had been going on since the 18th century.
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This guide was created by Vandy Evermon for our minor in women's studies the Psychology and Sociology Department. If you have any questions, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.