International Women’s Day Hub


International Women’s Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. Significant activity is witnessed worldwide as groups come together to celebrate women’s achievements or rally for women’s equality.

This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is #EmbraceEquity. It aims to drive worldwide understanding about the differences between equity and equality, critically that Equal opportunities aren’t enough!

Here at Taylor & Francis, we celebrate #EmbraceEquity and have created an IWD 2023 hub for you to explore.

NEW: Walking the Path to Women’s Empowerment

A chapter sampler that acknowledges women’s countless contributions featuring new titles from our curated Gender Studies Interdisciplinary Collection.

NEW: Women’s Literature

A chapter sampler dedicated to women’s writing throughout history.

NEW: Advancing Women’s Strength, Resilience and Liberation

A chapter sampler that features women authors and recognizes both the challenges and accomplishments of women.

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.

History of Feminism

Celebrate International Women’s Day with History of Feminism, an exciting online platform that brings together the best and most relevant scholarship from Taylor & Francis, its imprints, and its authors. It provides a comprehensive global view of feminism in the long nineteenth century.

Women in STEM Hub

To highlight and celebrate the valuable contributions that women have made throughout the years to STEM fields, the Women in STEM Hub offers a valuable resource and insight with free content to download and short articles addressing key topics.

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Interview with June Purvis

On the heels of the women’s movement in the 1970s, Women’s Studies was born, to address and research topics such as race, class, gender, and sexuality with the goal of changing the position of women in the world. In this piece by Leah Kinthaert, learn about how Women’s History Review was founded.