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Women's History Library Resource Guide: Library Resources
Women's History Month Library Resource Guide
Women’s History Month Resource Guide
The Women’s History Month Resource Guide was designed to provide valuable resources to those interested in learning and thinking critically about the experiences of women. In keeping with our Women’s History Month theme, “Empowerment, Voice, Visibility,” this guide is meant to highlight the vibrant and dynamic histories of women while celebrating the important contributions of women in the present. We are using an inclusive definition of woman, recognizing that gender is not a simple binary. We have provided collections of books, e-books, streaming videos, podcasts, music, and other accessible online resources and the lists will evolve as new scholarship and resources become available. We hope that this guide will facilitate important and necessary conversations about gender inequality, sexism, misogyny, transphobia, xenophobia, and racism, but we also hope that it will empower folks to strive for a more just and equitable society.
The Women’s History Month Resource Guide was created through the collaborative efforts of librarians and faculty. Those who worked to bring this resource to you include: Fabiola Archila (Library), Vanessa Crispin-Peralta (History), Nicole Glick (English), David Goto (Library), Alison Hoffman-Han (Film Studies), Dele Ladejobi (Library), Kathryn McMurray (English), Melissa Ramirez Noss (Philosophy), Lisette Rodriguez (Social Sciences), Jeffrey Sabol (Library), Shamika Simpson (Library), Sarah Vure (Art History).