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Women’s Studies Archive: Voice and Vision

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Women’s Studies Archive: Voice and Vision is a collection of primary source material related to women’s history in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries gathered from the archival collections of libraries and archives. The database emphasizes material authored by women and perspectives from diverse ethnic and religious groups. It covers a variety of topics such as slavery, political activism, socialism, education, marriage, and social justice. The content includes manuscripts, monographs, photographs, personal papers, and periodicals.

The database is intuitive and user-friendly and incorporates accessibility tools such as OCR and image magnification. Users can search an individual collection or search across multiple collections. Textual analysis tools allow users alternate ways to discover additional content and the ability to explore historical term use.

Publication date: July 1, 2020

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