Ms. Magazine also needs some help from women’s historians

via Ms. Magazine Blog where freelance writer Allison McCarthy asks “What Would an Intersectional Women’s History Month Look Like?”

If McCarthy had done research beyond the Hitler History Channel website she would have an answer — we women’s historians have been looking at this for years!   Look at resources produced by the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians, women’s history bloggers (including those like me who blog about a variety of things, and the intersections between them), metasites like Discovering Women’s History Online, and  the H-Women listserv where the vast majority of women’s historians still get information and connect on the Internet.  Then of course, there are numerous non-digital (aka “dead tree”) sources — books (including the textbook I use for my survey course), scholarly articles in women’s history journals, women’s history archives, etc.

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