Women's History Month
March is Women's History Month. It's an opportunity to look back at all the often overlooked contributions women have made to society. We have curated some library resources to help you discover more. Below you will find links to a video playlist, books available in our collection, and online databases with more information on Women's History.
Selected Books from our Collection
|Beyond burning bras : feminist activism for everyone||Laura L. Finley||2020|
|Peace on our terms : the global battle for women's rights after the First World War||Mona L. Siegel||2020|
|Women, power, and politics : the fight for gender equality in the United States||Lori Cox Han||2018|
|Elizabeth Cady Stanton : an American life||Lori D. Ginzberg||2009|
|Seneca Falls and the origins of the women's rights movement||Sally Gregory McMillen||2008|
|Fruits of victory : the Woman's Land Army of America in the Great War||Elaine F. Weiss||2008|
|Century of struggle : the woman's rights movement in the United States||Eleanor Flexner||1996|
|Unwell women : misdiagnosis and myth in a man-made world||Elinor Cleghorn||2021|
|Whisper tapes : Kate Millett in Iran||Negar Mottahedeh||2019|
Films on Demand
We have available a list of Films on Demand featuring Women's History. The films vary in length and cover many different aspects of women's history including their military history, the history of women's suffrage, and a variety of other topics.
Women's Studies Archive
The Women's Studies Archive includes diaries, letters, photographs, news clippings, journals, and more for information on the history of the social, political, and professional aspects of women's lives during the 19th and 20th centuries.