Women’s History Month: Reclaiming Herstory Across Disciplines

March is Women’s History Month. Throughout March we are highlighting the lives, work, thought, and legacy of femme-identified folks throughout history and across disciplines.

Women’s History Month is an annual, nation-wide recognition of the contributions of women dating back to 1987, and Public Law 100-9 passed by Congress. Since 1988, each president has subsequently passed an annual Presidential Proclamation designating March as Women’s History Month. You can read this year’s proclamation here.

Visit the book display on the 3rd floor of PCL to check out any of the available print books from the collection below.

Books on Display

Women’s History and Feminist Thought

Memoirs

Poetry

Fine Arts

Latina Studies

Asian Studies

Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies

Social Work

Psychology & Sociology

Kinesiology & Health Education

Education

Children’s Books

Science

Architecture and Engineering

Legal

Videos

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