Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000

This is a veritable trove of thought-provoking, interpreted documents presented to the researcher with the goal of advancing scholarly debates by demonstrating historical analysis as an interpretive process.  This is what you’ll find — 1270 full-text primary sources (go to Browse Bibliography and click on Full Text Primary Sources) — 114 “document projects” curated from the collection of 4,600 documents, 1,300 images, and 1,000 links to other websites — approximately 3,200 publications with 67,000 pages of full-text sources — and a chronology of U.S. Women’s History.  Click here to begin exploring!

Darren Chase

Darren Chase

Head of Scholarly Communication at Stony Brook University Libraries
Darren is the SBU Libraries head of Scholarly Communication, and library liaison to: the Sustainability Studies Programs; the Center for Dance, Movement and Somatic Learning; and the Department of Theatre Arts.
Darren Chase

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