Are you ready for Women's History Month? Here's a roundup of some of our favorite HSL reading lists for Women's History Month from the archives:
Lots of Transcendentalists, why does no one talk about how terrible Bronson Alcott is, Suzanne finally reads some Faulker, and more Library Chicken.
If women get short shrift in history textbooks, black women get doubly short-changed—and that’s a shame, because cool women like these deserve wider recognition. Now’s the perfect time to get to know them better.
You may think you already know everything about Harriet Tubman, but her life is a lot more interesting — and more complicated — than you might expect.
For Women’s History Month, we’ll be featuring biographies of women in history who may have been forgotten, neglected, or misunderstood by traditional history books. In this edition: three women whose big ideas changed the world.