March is National Women’s History Month

This month, Chesnutt Library is featuring two Women’s History Month displays.

The first display highlights the 2013 National Women’s History Month theme, Women Inspiring Innovation through Imagination. (Read the National Women’s History Project blog.) This display features women who have used their intelligence, imagination, sense of wonder, and tenacity to make extraordinary contributions to the STEM fields.

The second display highlights 100 Years of Women Being Awesome, with a focus on North Carolina women.

 

Selected Resources

Handbook of American Women’s   History

ed. Angela M. Howard &   Frances M. Kavenik

Call No.: HQ1410 .H36 2000 (Reference)

The Encyclopedia of Women’s   History in America

by Kathryn Cullen-DuPont

Call Bo.: HQ1410 .C85 2000 (Reference)

The Reader’s Companion to U. S. Women’s History

ed. Wilma Mankiller, ed.

Call No.: HQ1410 .R43 1998 (Reference, eBook)

Celebrating Women’s History: A   Women’s History Month Resource Book

ed. Mary Ellen Snodgrass

Call No.: HQ1122 .C45 1996 (Reference)

The Women’s History of the World

by Rosalind Miles

Call No.: HQ1121 .M62 1990 (Main Stacks)

Liberating Women’s history:   Theoretical and Critical Essays

ed. Berenice A. Carroll

Call No.: HQ1121 .L56 (Main Stacks)

Sister Days: 365 Inspired Moments   in African-American Women’s History

by  Janus Adams

Call No.: eBook

Making a Way Out of No Way:   African American Women and the Second Great Migration

by Lisa Krissoff Boehm

Call No.: E185.86 .B6325 2009 (Main Stacks)

Private Politics and Public   Voices: Black Women’s Activism from World War I to the New Deal by Nikki BrownCall No.: E185.86 .B6975 2006 (Main Stacks)
Black Feminist Archaeology

by Whitney Battle-Baptiste

Call No.: E185.86 .B3758 2011 (Main Stacks)

Africana Woman: Her Story Through   Time

by Cynthia Jacobs Carter

Call No.: E185.86 .C325 2003 (Main Stacks)

Black Women in White America: A   Documentary History

ed. Gerda Lerner

Call No.: E185.86 .B5436 1992 (Archives)

Hine Sight: Black Women and the   Re-construction of American History

by Darlene Clark Hine

Call No.: E185.86 .H67 1994 (Main Stacks)

The Immortal Life of Henrietta   Lacks

by Rebecca Skloot

Call No.: RC265.6.L24 S55 2010 (Main Stacks)

“Belonging to the   World”: Women’s Rights and American Constitutional Culture

by Sandra F. VanBurkleo

Call No.: KF4758 .V36 2001 (Main Stacks)

Sex and Citizenship in Antebellum   America

by Nancy G. Isenberg

Call No.: eBook

External Sources:

The National Women’s History Project

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