Adam Matthew Digital publishes Womenâ€™s Studies, the latest addition to Research Source
Drawn from Adam Matthewâ€™s extensive microfilm back catalogue, Womenâ€™s Studies contains a breadth of printed and manuscript material providing a multitude of perspectives on the changing roles of women in history.
This latest Research Source product brings together the personal and literary papers of a range of influential women from the mid-eighteenth century through to the late twentieth century. It provides students and scholars with digital access for the research and teaching of topics such as womenâ€™s literature, life and travel writing and the suffrage movement. An opportunity to access the works and writings of not only the well-known and influential, but also the ordinary women whose lives and struggles have been forgotten by history.
Highlights include the papers of Sylvia Pankhurst from the International Institute of Social History and documents from the National Archives, UK on official responses to the womenâ€™s suffrage movement as well as manuscript and printed accounts of women travellers, missionaries, tourists and those living across the British Empire.
To find out more, or to trial this product, click here: www.amdigital.co.uk/primary-sources/women-s-studies