Women’s History Month Digital Display

If you can’t make it into the library to view our Women’s History Month display or if you prefer ebooks, we’ve got you covered. Check out our digital book display!

1. Medicine women: the story of the first Native American nursing school,

   by Kristofic, Jim, 2019

2. Reproducing Women: Medicine, Metaphor, and Childbirth in Late Imperial China,

   by Wu, Yi-Li, 2010

3. A History of Women in Medicine: Cunning Women, Physicians, Witches,

   by Spearing, Sinéad, 2019

4. Women, gender and disease in eighteenth-century England and France,

   by Doig, Kathleen Hardesty-Sturzer, Felicia Berger, 2014

5. Hot and Bothered: Women, Medicine, and Menopause in Modern America,

   by HOUCK, Judith A, 2009

6. The Changing Face of Medicine: Women Doctors and the Evolution of Health Care in America, by Boulis, Ann KJacobs, Jerry A, 2011

7. Women Physicians and Professional Ethos in Nineteenth-Century America,

   by Skinner, Carolyn, 2014

8. Clinical preventive services for women: closing the gaps,

   by Medicine, Institute ofPractice, Board on Population Health and Public Health, 2011

9. Witches, Midwives & Nurses: A History of Women Healers,

   by Ehrenreich, BarbaraEnglish, Deirdre, 2010

10. When Women Come First: Gender and Class in Transnational Migration,

   by George, Sheba, 2005

11. Love, money, and HIV: becoming a modern African woman in the age of AIDS,

   by Mojola, Sanyu A, 2014

12. Voice and agency: empowering women and girls for shared prosperity,

   by Klugman, Jeni, 2014

13. The history of British women’s writing, by Batchelor, Jennie Kaplan, Cora

   History of British Women’s Writing, 2010

14. Women, war, and violence: topography, resistance, and hope,

   by Kurtz, Mariam MKurtz, Lester R, 2015

15. The Future of Tech Is Female: How to Achieve Gender Diversity,

   by Branson, Douglas M, 2018

16. Women, politics, and power: a global perspective, by Paxton, Pamela Marie Hughes, Melanie M. 2014, Second Edition.

17. Racialized bodies, disabling worlds: storied lives of immigrant Muslim women,

   by Dossa, Parin, 2009

18. Feminism and women’s rights worldwide, by Paludi, Michele Antoinette

19. No mercy here: gender, punishment, and the making of Jim Crow modernity,

   by Haley, Sarah, 2016

20. The women of Grub Street: press, politics, and gender in the London literary marketplace, 1678-1730, by McDowell, Paula, 1998

21. Women in print: essays on the print culture of American women from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, by Danky, James PhilipWiegand, Wayne, 2006

22. Breaking through: stories and best practices from companies that help women succeed,

   by Liautaud, Martine, 2016

23. The changing role of women in higher education: academic and leadership issues,

   by Eggins, Heather, 2017

24. Immigrant women workers in the neoliberal age,

   by Flores-González, Nilda, 2013

25. Data feminism,

   by Kanarinka Klein, Lauren F, 2020

26. The history of British women’s writing.: (1970-present),

   by Parker, Emma Eagleton, Mary, 2015

27. Becoming Ms. Burton: from prison to recovery to leading the fight for incarcerated women, by Burton, Susan (Founder of A New Way of Life (Organization))Lynn, Cari, 2017

28. Women and Yugoslav partisans: a history of World War II resistance,

   by Batinić, Jelena, 2015

29. Interrupted life: experiences of incarcerated women in the United States,

   by Solinger, Rickie, 2010

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