International Women’s Day

Iwd_5 Today is the 100th annual International Women's Day. It was first celebrated in a few European countries in 1911 and is now recognized around the globe as a time to honor and celebrate women and to work for equal rights. In honor of International Women's Day we invite you to peruse our many new women's studies, gender studies, and feminist theory titles. Some noteable new books include The Jacqueline Rose Reader; Second Wounds: Victims’ Rights and the Media in the U.S. by Carrie A. Rentschler; Reproduction, Globalization, and the State, a new collection edited by Carole H. Browner and Carolyn F. Sargent; and Why Stories Matter: The Political Grammar of Feminist Theory by Clare Hemmings.

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