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Video
1 videodisc (30 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; stereo. Video: NTSC. Digital: video file; all regions. DVD video.
"This documentary film is a story about democracy, human rights, and what it means to stand up for your values in America today. On January 21, 2017, hundreds of thousands of women marched on Washington, DC. That same day, hundreds of sister marches took place across the country and around the world. It grew into the largest one-day protest in American history. Shot on location in five U.S. cities, the film shares firsthand experiences of the day from individual participants. From marches in Boston, San Francisco, Oakland, Santa Rosa, and Washington D.C., the film explores several individual women's stories and their motivations to march. For some people, it was their first time marching. For others, it was the continuation of a decades-long fight for human rights, dignity, and justice. For all, it was an opportunity to make their voices heard."--Film website.
Media & Microtext Center
AMSTUD-63N-01, CSRE-63N-01, FEMGEN-63N-01, HISTORY-63N-01
Video
1 videodisc (82 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; Dolby digital 5.1. Video: NTSC. Digital: video file; DVD video; Region 1.
A look at the life of activist, musician, and cultural icon Kathleen Hanna, who formed the punk band Bikini Kill and pioneered the "riot grrrl" movement of the 1990s.
Media & Microtext Center
AMSTUD-63N-01, CSRE-63N-01, FEMGEN-63N-01, HISTORY-63N-01
Video
1 videodisc (approximately 88 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; surround. Video: NTSC. Digital: video file; DVD video; all regions.
Founded in 2011 after Vladimir Putin was given a third term as Russian president, Pussy Riot is an anonymous feminist art collective/punk band based in Moscow. The group's protest inside the cathedral was intended to protest Putin's union of church and state. On Feb. 21, 2012 they participated in a 40-second "punk prayer protest" on the altar of Moscow's Christ the Savior Cathedral before being detained. Arrested and tried for trespassing, wearing "inappropriate" sleeveless dresses and disrupting social order, Nadia, Masha, and Katia were accused of religious hatred in a trial that reverberated around the world and transformed the face of Russian society.
Media & Microtext Center
HISTORY-63N-01, AMSTUD-63N-01, CSRE-63N-01, FEMGEN-63N-01
Video
1 videodisc (92 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; Dolby Digital 2.0. Video: NTSC. Digital: video file; DVD video; all regions.
"An essential documentary about the birth of the women's liberation movement. Beginning in the late 1960s, featuring never-seen before archival footage and new interviews She's beautiful when she's angry tells the story of one of the most important social movements of the 20th century, bringing to light the efforts of lesser-known activists, including the Boston authors of Our bodies, ourselves, the Chicago Women's Liberation Union, and grassroots organizations across the country who played a pivotal role in the struggle"--Container.
Media & Microtext Center
AMSTUD-63N-01, CSRE-63N-01, FEMGEN-63N-01, HISTORY-63N-01
Video
1 videodisc (64 minutes) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
This documentary film tells the story of the women's liberation movement from the years 1963-1970. It explorers the details of the feminist revolution and connects the controversy around "feminism" with our incomplete memory of what really happened. Feminists interviewed include, Betty Friedan, Robin Morgan, Eleanor Smeal, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton and many others.
Media & Microtext Center
AMSTUD-63N-01, CSRE-63N-01, FEMGEN-63N-01, HISTORY-63N-01
Book
xviii, 472 p. ; 21 cm.
  • 1. The book of the city of ladies / Christine de Pizan (France, 1405)
  • 2. On the equality of the two sexes / Franc̨ois Poullain de la Barre (France, 1673)
  • 3. "The reply to Sor Philotea" / Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (Mexico, 1691)
  • 4. A serious proposal to the ladies / Mary Astell (England, 1694)
  • 5. A vindication of the rights of woman / Mary Wollstonecraft (England, 1792)
  • 6. Flowers in the mirror / Li Ju-chen (China, c. 1800)
  • 7. Letters on the equality of the sexes / Sarah M. Grimké (United States, 1837)
  • 8. "The emancipation of working class women" / Flora Tristan (France, 1843)
  • 9. "Declaration of sentiments and resolutions" / Elizabeth Cady Stanton (United States, 1848)
  • 10. Two speeches / Sojourner Truth (United States, 1851, 1867)
  • 11. "The enfranchisement of women" / Harriet Taylor Mill (England, 1851)
  • 12. The subjection of women / John Stuart Mill (England, 1869)
  • 13. "Social purity" / Susan B. Anthony (United States, 1875)
  • 14. The doll's house / Henrik Ibsen (Sweden, 1879)
  • 15. "Daughters in boxes" / Kishida Toshiko ( Japan, 1883)
  • 16. The origin of the family, private property, and the state / Friedrich Engels (Germany, 1884)
  • 17. "Equality of rights" / Francisca Diniz (Brazil, 1890)
  • 18. A voice from the South / Anna Julia Cooper (United States, 1892)
  • 19. "The solitude of self" / Elizabeth Cady Stanton (United States, 1892)
  • 20. "The yellow wallpaper" / Charlotte Perkins Gilman (United States, 1892)
  • 21. The liberation of women / Qasim Amin (Egypt, 1899)
  • 22. "Sultana's dream" / Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain (India, 1905)
  • 23. Stones of the jingwei bird / Qiu Jin (China, 1905-07)
  • 24. "The tragedy of woman's emancipation" / Emma Goldman(United States, 1906)
  • 25. "The social basis of the woman question" / Alexandra Kollontai (Russia, 1909)
  • 26. Three poems. "Rise up! To woman" / Sara Estela Ramírez (United States, 1910) ; "The day the mountains move" / Yosano Akiko (Japan, 1911) ; "Bread and roses" James Oppenheim (United States, 1911)
  • 27. Mi opinión / Luisa Capetillo (Puerto Rico, 1911)
  • 28. Suffrage speech at Old Bailey / Emmeline Pankhurst (England, 1912)
  • 29. Resolutions of the Zurich conference / Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (1919)
  • 30. "The damnation of women" / W.E.B. Du Bois (United States, 1919)
  • 31. Woman and the new race / Margaret Sanger (United States, 1920)
  • 32. "East and West in cooperation" / Shareefeh Hamid Ali (India, 1935)
  • 33. Three guineas / Virginia Woolf (England, 1938)
  • 34. Nation and family / Alva Myrdal (Sweden, 1941)
  • 35. "Thoughts on March 8" / Ding Ling (China, 1942)
  • 36. Speeches at Arab Feminist Conference / Huda Shaarawi (Egypt, 1944)
  • 37. "We had equality till Britain came" / Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti (Nigeria, 1947)
  • 38. The second sex / Simone de Beauvoir (France, 1949)
  • 39. Women's charter and aims / Federation of South African Women (South Africa, 1954)
  • 40. The feminine mystique / Betty Friedan (United States, 1963)
  • 41. Testimony, House Committee on Education and Labor / Pauli Murray (United States, 1970)
  • 42. "The politics of housework" / Pat Mainardi (United States, 1970)
  • 43. Our bodies, ourselves / Boston Women's Health Book Collective (United States, 1973)
  • 44. "A general strike" / Mariarosa Dalla Costa (Italy, 1974)
  • 45. Towards equality / Committee on the Status of Women in India (India, 1974)
  • 46. Against our will : men, women and rape / Susan Brownmiller (United States, 1975)
  • 47. "The laugh of the Medusa" / Hélène Cixous (France, 1975)
  • 48. "A Black feminist statement" / Combahee River Collective (United States, 1977)
  • 49. "The master's tools will never dismantle the master's house" / Audre Lorde (United States, 1979)
  • 50. Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women / United Nations
  • 51. "The woman's problem" / Domitila Barrios de la Chungara (Bolivia, 1980)
  • 52. "A statement on genital mutilation" / Association of African Women for Research and Development (Senegal, 1980)
  • 53. "How it all began : I have had an abortion" / Anonymous (Germany, 1981)
  • 54. "One is not born a woman" / Monique Wittig (France, 1981)
  • 55. "Notes toward a politics of location" / Adrienne Rich (United States, 1984)
  • 56. "La conciencia de la mestiza = Toward a new consciousness" / Gloria Anzaldúa (United States, 1987)
  • 57. "When sexism and racism are no longer fashionable" and "Do women have to be naked to get into the Met. Museum?" / Guerrilla Girls (United States, 1989)
  • 58. "Riot grrrl manifesto" / Kathleen Hanna, Bikini Kill (United States, 1992)
  • 59. "Becoming the third wave" / Rebecca Walker (United States, 1992)
  • 60. United Nations, Fourth World Conference on Women, Speeches. Opening address, plenary session / Gertrude Mongella (Tanzania) ; "The indigenous women's network, our future, our responsibility" / Winona LaDuke (United States) ; Statement of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission / Palesa Beverley Ditsie (South Africa) (1995)
  • 61. Parity of the sexes / Sylviane Agacinski (France, 1998)
  • 62. "Challenging men to reject gender stereotypes" / Jonah Gokova (Zimbabwe, 1998)
  • 63. Manifesta : young women, feminism, and the future / Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards (United States, 2000)
  • 64. "Statement on the occasion of International Women's Day" / Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (Afghanistan, 2004)
Green Library
AMSTUD-63N-01, CSRE-63N-01, FEMGEN-63N-01, HISTORY-63N-01
Book
xvi, 446 p. ; 21 cm.
  • 1. The historical case for feminism
  • pt. 1. Before feminism
  • 2. Gender and power
  • pt. 2. The historical emergence of feminisms
  • 3. Women's rights, women's work, and women's sphere
  • 4. Race and the politics of identity in U.S. feminism
  • 5. The global stage and the politics of location
  • pt. 3. The politics of work and family
  • 6. Never done : women's domestic labor
  • 7. Industrialization, wage labor, and the economic gender gap
  • 8. Workers and mothers : feminist social policies
  • pt. 4. The politics of health and sexuality
  • 9. Medicine, markets, and the female body
  • 10. Reproduction : the politics of choice
  • 11. Sexualities, identities, and self-determination
  • 12. Gender and violence
  • pt. 5. Feminist visions and strategies
  • 13. New words and images : women's creativity as feminist practice
  • 14. No turning back : women and politics.
Green Library
AMSTUD-63N-01, CSRE-63N-01, FEMGEN-63N-01, HISTORY-63N-01