In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re highlighting some library resources that you can use to learn more about women’s studies and other topics. Check these out:
- Kanopy’s Gender Studies collection: Kanopy is a database of streaming films and documentaries! Check out some of their videos on gender, such as Miss Representation, The Red Pill: A Feminist’s Journey Into the Men’s Rights Movement, and Embrace (on body image)!
- Women’s Studies research guide: This research guide features Bryant’s databases, websites, and more resources you can use to find out more about women’s rights and other related topics.
- Women by the United Nations: This site features an overview on women’s rights worldwide.
- Women’s History Collection from the Library of Congress: This collection feature photos, manuscripts, and other sources from significant periods of history involving women.
You can also check out this trailer for a documentary on Ruth Bader Ginsberg that will come out in May.
Let us know if you’re looking for more information, or if you have any questions!