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Presents digitized American magazine and journal articles published from colonial days to 1900. The subject content is varied. Sample contents include Benjamin Franklin's General Magazine; America's first scientific journal, Medical Repository; Thomas Paine's Pennsylvania Magazine, which reported on inventions; publications that reflect on the debate over slavery; literary publications like Massachusetts Magazine; popular magazines such as Vanity Fair and Ladies' Home Journal; regional and niche publications; and groundbreaking publications like The Dial, Puck, and McClure's.
This collection supports the study of gender and sexuality and contains materials related to LGBTQ history and activism, cultural studies, psychology, health, political science, policy studies, and other related areas of research.
Black Women Writers presents 100,000 pages of literature and essays on feminist issues, written by authors from Africa and the African diaspora. Facing both sexism and racism, black women needed to create their own identities and movements. The collection documents that effort, presenting the woman’s perspective on the diversity and development of black people generally, and in particular the works document the evolution of black feminism. Many of the writings have been hidden in rare and hard to find texts, obscure typewritten documents, photocopied journals, and other fugitive sources.
Defining Gender, subtitled "Five Centuries of Advice Literature Online," includes primary sources from the Bodleian Library, including ephemeral material such as ballads, cartoons, pamphlets, diaries, advice literature, medical journals, conduct books, and periodicals.
Environmental Issues online is a multi-disciplinary database including social sciences, the biological and earth sciences, the humanities, legal studies, and policy. It includes multimedia materials (text, archival, primary sources, video and audio) around key environmental challenges of the 20th and 21st centuries, including climate change, water/air pollution, biodiversity, energy pollution, conservation, agriculture, deforestation, consumption and waste issues, land issues and more. The comprehensive database is curated around specific environmental issues and events for student researchers and others to build a critical understanding of the relationship between people and the environment and explores them through comparative, historical, global, and interdisciplinary aspects.
This collection addresses all aspects of women's lives in 19th Century America. Primary source contents include books, pamphlets, periodicals and broadsides (writings distributed on a single sheet of paper).
With archival material dating back to 1970, GenderWatch provides authoritative historical and current perspectives on the evolution of gender roles. GenderWatch supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) studies, family studies, gender studies, and women's studies with a unique interdisciplinary approach. Combining hundreds of academic, gray, and popular literature titles, GenderWatch provides hundreds of thousands of articles on wide-ranging topics like sexuality, religion, societal roles, feminism, masculinity, eating disorders, day care, and the workplace.
Latindex es producto de la cooperacion de una red de instituciones que funcionan de manera coordinada para reunir y diseminar informacion bibliografica sobre las publicaciones cientificas seriadas producidas en la region. Latindex is an online regional Information system for scholarly journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal.
LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940, Part II provides coverage of underrepresented communities through access to key publications. This second installment in the series highlights often-excluded groups—even within the LGBTQ community—and enables users to draw new connections across the development of LGBTQ culture and activism.
LGBTQ+ Source is the definitive database for LGBTQ studies. It provides scholarly and popular LGBTQ publications in full text, plus historically important primary sources, including monographs, magazines and newspapers. It also includes a specialized LGBTQ thesaurus containing thousands of terms.
Provides digital access to over 8 million pages of primary source materials. Topics covered include World War II; women's studies; medieval and early modern studies; missionary work; literary studies; empire studies; business, economic, & labor history; and Japan, China, India, and Southeast Asia area studies.
Citations and abstracts for journal articles, books, book chapters, dissertations, association papers and reviews in sociology, social science and policy science.
The Women and Social Movements collection constitutes a resource for students and scholars of U.S./World history and U.S./World women's history. It allows users to browse and cross-search the content of three databases. The first database in this collection, Women and Social Movements International since 1840, includes the proceedings of about 400 women’s international conferences in a database of more than 4,600 documents amounting to 150,000 pages. This database includes diaries, letters, memoirs, journal articles, government reports, and reports of international voluntary organizations. The second database, Women and Social Movements in Modern Empires since 1820, provides rare documentation of the colonial and post-colonial worlds as seen through women's eyes. Curated by an international team of more than fifty scholars, it offers scholarly essays and primary resources focusing on the British, French, Habsburg, Ottoman, Japanese, Russian, and American Empires. The final database, Women and Social Movements in the United States, publishes 5,000 pages annually of Primary Source Sets, as well as book reviews, news from archives, and occasional scholarly essays. It explores American women’s history since the late 17th century, with a particular focus on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Online editions of texts by English and American women published between 1500 and 1830. It also includes introductory essays by contemporary scholars about Renaissance women writers, their texts, and related topics and supplies links to other textual databases and a collection of syllabi.
This website is a resource for all who are interested in the subject of women lawyers in the United States. Contained therein are a number of studies, in biographical form, of the lives of individual women lawyers, and the movements and philosophies that inspired and sustained them.
This archive provides access to primary sources from the 19th and 20th centuries covering the social, political, and professional aspects of women's lives and offers a look at the roles, experiences, and achievements of women in society. It provides insight into the pioneers of women's history, and covers the issues that have affected women, and the many contributions they have made to society. spans multiple geographic regions, providing a variety of perspectives on women's experiences and cultural impact. Includes material from Europe, North and South America, Africa, India, East Asia, and the Pacific Rim with content in English, French, German, and Dutch.

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