New Guide to Women's History Resources
AHA Staff, March 2002
The Library of Congress has published American Women: A Library of Congress Guide for the Study of Women's History and Culture in the United States in cooperation with University Press of New England. This latest addition to the library's series of resource guides provides a blueprint for research in the field of American women's history and culture using the library's vast collections in various disciplines and formats. The 456-page softcover book has 12 chapters, nearly 300 illustrations, and five topical essays, many of which are written by the library's subject area specialists.
- US v. Windsor: Historians Discuss the Defense of Marriage Act
- History's Relevance: The DOMA Opinion and the Historians' Amicus Brief
- The Changing Meanings of Marriage: Windsor in Historic Context
- What the Supreme Court Did Not Say in Its Windsor Decision
- Historians' Perspectives on Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin