On Friday, we started a list of new titles currently on display in honor of Women’s History Month. Below is part two, which we welcome you to explore further by clicking on the links, or coming by the library to browse in person!
- Create Dangerously: the immigrant artist at work
- The Imprisonment of African American Women: Causes, Experiences, and Effects
- Lynchings of Women in the United States: The Recorded Cases, 1851-1946
- African Women Writing Resistance: Contemporary Voices
- Richard Wright’s Women: The Thematic Treatment of Women in Uncle Tom’s Children, Black Boy & Native Son
- How Three Black Women Writers Combined Spiritual and Sensual Love: Rhetorically Transcending the Boundaries of Language (Audre Lord, Toni Morrison, and Dionne Brand)
- Crossing the Creek: The Literary Friendship of Zora Neale Hurston and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
- The Inside Light: New Critical Essays on Zora Neale Hurston
- Suzan-Lori Parks: Essays on the Plays and Other Works
Interested in learning more? Don’t forget that, from the comfort of your own home, you can also access the Stone Center Library’s Guide to the Web, which has a section of resources on women’s history available here. Happy reading!