Gender: Identity and Social Change - Now Published. Three Centuries of Digital Primary Sources Documenting Developments in Gender Roles and Relations

(Marlborough, UK – July 2018) Gender: Identity and Social Change, a new digital primary source collection, is now available from Adam Matthew Digital.

Students and scholars can now explore three centuries of primary source material documenting extensive developments in gender roles and relations. The expansive collection offers sources for the study of women's suffrage, the feminist movement, the men’s movement, employment, education, the body, the family, and government and politics.

Gender: Identity and Social Change offers researchers the exciting opportunity to access a critical range of primary sources on gender history across three continents.
Krista Cowman, University of Lincoln

Explore documents relating to Doris Stevens and Martha Carey Thomas in their fight for suffrage; read a unique collection of newsletters representing the men’s movement; and discover material highlighting arguments surrounding the body, including sexuality and abortion.

The sheer breadth of sources is astounding. Topics are nearly endless and students and professional researchers alike will find it to be an invaluable resource.
Paul Deslandes, The University of Vermont

Gender: Identity and Social Change is available now. For more information visit and contact for a free 30-day trial.

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