FEATURED DATABASE: Women and Social Movements, International – 1840 to Present

Women and Social Movements, International - 1840 to Present is a database collection of primary materials pulled from over 300 repositories. It’s easy to navigate, including a useful chronology of important events, a basic search, advanced search, and the ability to browse a variety of themes, archival collections, authors, and more. Included are materials like diaries, letters, conference proceedings, and more, that demonstrate the importance of women’s social movements and how they have shaped the world around us.

To access, go to http://fgcu.libguides.com/az.php, select “W,” and scroll down to find the database. Off campus users will be prompted for their 14-digit Eagle ID number.

For assistance, contact the reference desk at 239-590-7630 or libref@fgcu.edu. You can also contact Rachel Tait-Ripperdan, Librarian for Language & Literature, History, Communication, Philosophy & Religion, at 239-590-7661 or rtait@fgcu.edu.