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From the first indigenous women in North America and the dangers and hardships of the 15th, 16th, and 17th century journeys to the New World to the continual push against patriarchal political, military, corporate, and societal systems and expectations, this essential book illustrates the important events and figures surrounding the suffrage movement; literature, art, and music; business leaders and breakthroughs; political history and office holders; advances in science and medicine; and other vital topics.
Over a thousand entries regarding the myriad realities of what it means to experience life as a female in genuinely global terms: across lines of nationality, class, race and ethnicity, ability, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, politics
Provides data that relates to the social, behavioral, humanistic, and natural sciences including history, economics, government, finance, sociology, demography, education, law, natural resources, climate, religion, international migration, and trade. Includes over 37,000 data series and statistics from more than 1,000 sources.
Peer-reviewed, official journal of Sociologists for Women in Society; focused on the study of gender and gendered processes in interactions, organizations, societies, and global and transnational spaces.
Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress.
Online version of Harper's Weekly (1857-1912), the leading American illustrated magazine of its day, covering political, military, social, and cultural stories. May be browsed by date or literary genre; the full text is searchable by keywords.
Online archive of The Hyde Park Herald, a searchable history of the Hyde Park neighborhood on Chicago's South Side. Hyde Park is the home of the University of Chicago and of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States. This archive includes every known copy of The Hyde Park Herald from 1882 until 2008. We will digitize new additions on a yearly basis.
This collection contains 45 newspaper titles, 94,803 issues comprising 1,119,781 pages and 7,160,392 articles.The Newspaper Library at the University of Illinois has been developing unique digital newspaper content. The works collected here include digital facsimilies of newspapers and trade journals in a variety of fields. Users may search, browse, tag, and correct OCR text to improve searchability and access.