International Women's Day Hub - Librarian Resources

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International Women’s Day Hub

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we at Taylor & Francis have created an International Women’s Day Hub for you to explore. On this Hub you will find two brand new chapter samplers, free to view essays, and Open Access collections.

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International Women's Day

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NEW! Notable Suffragettes Chapter Sampler

A chapter sampler exploring the notable women throughout history who fought for the suffrage movement.

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NEW! Feminism Throughout History Chapter Sampler

A chapter sampler exploring feminism throughout history and where it is going.

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Explore our Gender Studies Collection on Taylor & Francis eBooks

A collection of eBooks on the subject of Gender Studies, including gender development, environment and gender, women’s suffrage, gender and the law, sexual & gender identity disorders, gender in culture and society, gender politics, and sport and gender.

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Free to View Essays

Poverty, Prostitution, Prisons, and Politics: Women and Crime in the Long Nineteenth Century

Women, Charity, and Philanthropy in the Long Nineteenth Century

Women and the Church, 1776–1928

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Open Access Collections

African Studies & Gender Studies collection with Knowledge Unlatched

Gender Studies

Women’s & Gender History

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The Article Collection

International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women’s achievements or rally for women’s equality. Here at Taylor & Francis, we celebrate these women with their thoughts on the hashtag #BreakTheBias and through our article collections.

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