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Adam Matthew Launches Collection on Gender

Adam Matthew released a new digital primary source collection, Gender: Identity and Social Change, which features 3 centuries worth of materials (from three continents) that document developments in gender roles and relations. Researchers can use it to study topics such as women’s suffrage, feminism, employment, education, the body, the family, and politics.

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