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Epistolae: Medieval Women's Latin Letters

Epistolae presumes an already developed understanding among its readers of the medieval context in which these sources were generated.
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African American Women Writers of the 19th Century

Students might examine how the inclusion of African American women's perspectives alters more standardized narratives of American history.
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Salem Witch Trials Documentary Archive

This archive houses a fantastic collection of source materials pertaining to the 160 women and men accused of witchcraft in the late 17th century in the Massachusetts Bay colony.
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Jewish Women's Archive

The Jewish Women’s Archive (JWA), a national non-profit organization, seeks to collect and promote the 'extraordinary stories of Jewish women.'
Thumbnail of a photo of women working in a factoryThere is also a great deal of material on the foundation of female education and on the women’s suffrage movement.

Canadian Women's History

There is also a great deal of material on the foundation of female education and on the women’s suffrage movement.
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Emory Women Writers Resource Project

The subjects covered are diverse and include commentaries on such topics as nature, native-white relations, emancipation, imperialism, social and sexual mores, wet nursing, Christianity, and women’s suffrage.
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Louisa's World

[Instructors] might invite students to reconstruct Collins’s expectations and attitudes towards various topics, tracing perspectives that she noted as exceptional.
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Mapping Margery Kempe: A Guide to Late Medieval Material and Spiritual Life

This website is a collection of resources, particularly strong in visual content, that examines the social context in which Kempe produced her narrative.
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Robert E. Williams Photographic Collection

These arresting images document telling elements of African Americans' daily lives in Georgia during this period.

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