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Free Access to Women & Social Movements U.S. 1600-2000: Research Spotlight March 2010
Celebrate Women's History Month with free access to 400 years’ worth of Women and Social Movements in the U.S. 1600-2000, Scholar’s Edition from Alexander Street Press. Until March 31, Case faculty, students & staff can freely explore a unique collection of primary resources in this KSL March 2010 Research Spotlight.
Whether your interest is economics, politics, sociology, religion, history, education, ethnicity, antislavery or the antebellum South, you can Browse and/or Search in a wide variety of categories.
- Browse Documents, Projects, People, Social movements, and much more.
- Create graphs & tables based on your own criteria.
- Use the Chronology for a good overview of women's issues over time.
- Enjoy the featured selection text and image collections. This month you can read the women's pages "Mainly for Women" from the Western Producer newspaper, 1923-, complete with news items, fashion & advertisements.
Alexander Street Press offers this database to Case until the end of March. Enjoy Women and Social Movements in the U.S. 1600-2000, the March 2010 KSL Research Spotlight!
Posted by Karen Oye on March 4, 2010 04:28 PM