In commemoration of International Women’s Day, Taylor & Francis has curated a collection of ‘Women’s History Month’ free content including journal articles and book titles to honor women’s contributions throughout history.
More often than not, women are expected to fit into the mold of a patriarchal society. Any inch of courage gathered to break the mold is deemed as “less ideal”. Women have come a long way since women’s rights were first held in the United States (1848). Strong, empowering women have been pushing the boundaries for many years and in spite of that, there is still so much work left to do to close the gender gap.
Discover these free resources highlighting research on women’s and gender studies by female authors that are challenging the status quo!
Celebrate The contributions of women throughout history with free-access journal titles!
We are offering chapter samplers from a curated list of books that discusses gender equality and demystify gender roles through the works of strong women. This FreeBook includes exclusive access to a forthcoming book.
– Focuses on the widely studied period between 1776-1928 – 1000s of chapters of primary source collections, available here in electronic format for the first time – More than 1,000 chapters of secondary book content – Over 100 journal articles from a range of Taylor & Francis journals – An introductory video to the subject and resource from the Academic Editor