Tuesday, October 11, 2016

TRIAL: History of Feminism

University of Liverpool staff and students have trial access to Routledge Historical Resources: History of Feminism until 10th November 2016. Take a look at this resource, and let us know what you think.

Access: History of Feminism
(University login required off campus)

This resource covers the subject of feminism over the long nineteenth century (1776–1928). It contains an extensive range of primary and secondary resources, including full books, selected chapters, and journal articles, as well as new thematic essays, and subject introductions on its structural themes:
  • Politics and Law
  • Religion and Belief
  • Education
  • Literature and Writings
  • Women at Home
  • Society and Culture
  • Empire
  • Movements and Ideologies
There is a video introduction to the subject from the Academic Editor Professor Ann Heilmann (coming soon), and an image gallery containing photographs and illustrations that can be used in teaching and study.

After trying History of Feminism, please leave your comments below. You can choose the anonymous option to comment without needing to have a Blogger account, but it helps if you include your name in your feedback so that we can follow up on comments. Do get in touch; we really want to know what you think about this resource.

3 comments:

Deana Heath said...

This is a fabulous resource in many ways, not least because it doesn't just focus on Europe or the United States, but has more of a global reach. There are a lot of wonderful resources on empire, for example, and my own area of expertise, India. Most of these are secondary, although it's incredibly useful to have these collected in one resource, and there are some collections of primary materials. Colleagues in History are considering introducing a new first year global history module that focuses on gender, sexuality and the body and this would be an invaluable resource for such a module.

Leon Rocha (History) said...

Please get this resource. We urgently need more teaching and research resources on the feminism and gender equality, particular in the recent political climate. It will be very useful too for students to use this resource for their own political/citizenship engagement.

Dr Sam Caslin (History) said...

This is a great resource. As other colleagues have already noted, staff within the Department of History are considering the introduction of a new team-taught module on gender and feminism. This resource would be incredibly useful for such a module. Gender and feminism are also central themes in my own research and current teaching so it would be great to be able to point students towards this resource.