Women and social movements in the United States 1600-2000 [electronic resource]
- Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press ; Binghamton, N.Y. : Center for the Historical Study of Women and Gender at the State University of New York, Binghamton
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- Includes bibliographical references.
- "This website is a resource for students and scholars of U.S. women’s history and U.S. history more broadly. Loosely organized around the history of women in social movements in the United States between 1600 and 2000, the site seeks to advance scholarly debates and understanding of U.S. history while making the insights of women’s history accessible to scholars and students at universities and colleges. It features learning-centered document projects, as well as extensive collections of primary sources. We are also an online journal and publish new issues twice a year (fall and spring), featuring new document projects and book reviews, as well as a host of other material, including essays, roundtables, and other special features."
- Women > United States > History.
- Women > United States > Sources.
- Women social reformers > United States > History.
- Women social reformers > United States > Sources.
- Feminism > United States > History.
- Feminism > United States > Sources.
- Social movements > United States > History.
- Social movements > United States > Sources.
- Women > United States > Social conditions.
- Women > United States > Social conditions > Sources.
- Women > Government policy > United States.
- primary sources
- cultural life
- entertainment and recreation
- race and ethnicity
- Electronic reference sources.
- Database topics
- Feminist Studies
- Beginning date
- Title variation
- Women & social movements in the United States 1600-2000
- Updated semiannually, 2009-
- Former publication frequency
- Updated quarterly, -Dec. 2008
- Vol/date range
- Began in 2007?
- Editors, -2019: Kathryn Sklar and Thomas Dublin; 2019-: Judy Tzu-Chun Wu and Rebecca Jo Plant.
- Also includes annual releases and thematic issues; includes content of the former Basic and Scholars ediitons.
- Access restricted to subscribers.
- Mode of access: World Wide Web.