March marks the start of Women’s History Month and this year’s theme is “Women’s Education – Women’s Empowerment.” Before going on a brief blogging hiatus for Spring Break next week, we thought we’d jump-start the month with a round-up of online resources and pertinent posts from the SCL blog archives.
For example… did you know our Stone Center Library Guide to the Web contains a wealth of sites related to women’s history, achievements, and issues across a variety of disciplines? Check out some simple searches here, here, and here. From science and technology to literature and the arts, we’ve got you covered!
In addition to these general resources, we’ve periodically featured profiles of compelling women of historical and cultural significance. See, for example, our previous posts highlighting the following female figures:
Looking for a broader perspective? More of a book person? You’re in luck! Over the last couple of years we’ve taken the time to put together lists of recommendations for Women’s History Month which you may consult at your leisure: here, here, here, and here.
We hope these links provide some inspiration for whatever your research or reading needs may be, and hope that you will check in after the break for more from us as we continue to celebrate women’s history here at the Stone Center Library. Finally, best of luck to those of you winding your way through midterm exams and assignments – Spring Break is almost here!