Category Archives: Women’s History Month

Poetic Women

As Women’s History Month comes to a close and we transition to National Poetry Month in April, your reading list might benefit from a combination of the two! This post features recent poetry collections by women authors available at Collins … Continue reading

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Looking Forward: The Feminist Utopia Project

Women’s History Month encourages reflection and engagement with women’s historical and contemporary contributions to American society, but what of the future? In The Feminist Utopia Project: fifty-seven visions of a wildly better future, editors Alexandra Brodsky and Rachel Kauder Nalebuff … Continue reading

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Women’s Rights in Primary Sources

Continuing our celebration of Women’s History Month and last year’s 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, we recommend these digital collections featuring a wide variety of primary sources related to women’s suffrage and women’s political organizing in … Continue reading

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Women’s Studies On Campus

In Fall 2020, students, faculty, and staff celebrated the arrival of Puget Sound’s new academic major in Gender & Queer Studies, but did you know that the university has offered courses in Women’s Studies since 1972?  As reported in the … Continue reading

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Celebrating Women’s History Month through Feminist Manifestos

Women’s History Month is an annual celebration of women’s contributions to American history and contemporary society, and a great time to familiarize yourself with women’s stories, women authors, organizers, and media makers. This week, we’re featuring feminist manifestos, old and … Continue reading

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