Primary sources in the study of women's social movements in the U.S. from 1600 to 2000. Contains gathers scholarly articles, primary documents (written by 2,500 primary authors), books, photos, essays, book reviews, and teaching tools.
This collection contains organization records, subject files, photographs, periodicals, and artifacts that document Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) history in Arizona from 1966 to 2015. In addition, there is a small collection of material from various locations in the United States, Canada, and England.
Founded in 1976, the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) is a research and advocacy organization. With a particular focus on economic and health issues affecting women and girls in developing countries, the ICRW website provides research resources, practical manuals, and guides. The site gives extensive information about ICRW’s history, financials, and leadership. Its Leadership Council includes a prestigious selection of women and men, including such luminaries as Cherie Blair, Amartya Sen, and Nina Totenberg.
Resources focus on the role culture plays in maintaining, deepening or lessening social inequalities in popular culture, digital cultures, social movements and culture, environmental justice culture studies, and and interdisciplinary cultural theory.