15 April 2015

Trial e-Resource - Nineteenth Century Collections Online: Women: Transnational Networks

Members of The Girls Friendly Society pictured with the Princess Mary Caravan
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We have trial access to the Nineteenth Century Collections: Women: Transnational Networks database, until 6 May 2015. 

This NCCO Archive offers a wide range of international primary source documents - journals, books, manuscripts, diaries, reports, images, etc - on gender and class issues from the late 18th Century to the era of suffrage in the early 20th Century.

It includes 19th Century debate, in the context of suffrage movements, on daily life, high and 'low' culture, immigration, health, literature and the arts, religion, social reform movements and groups, and many other issues. 

Women: Transnational Networks is an excellent research resource for history, sociology, women’s studies, medicine and many other disciplines.

The Archive includes collections such as:
NB: The Library has previously purchased permanent access to the first 4 NCCO archives:
  • British Politics and Society
  • European Literature, 1790-1840: The Corvey Collection
  • Asia and the West: Diplomacy and Cultural Exchange
  • British Theatre, Music,and Literature: High and Popular Culture

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