History of Feminism consists of a comprehensive interdisciplinary database that contains valuable source material for both students and researchers who are studying feminism in history, sociology, gender studies or literature.
The system covers the subject of feminism through a wealth of materials, bringing together an extensive range of primary and secondary resources, including full books, selected chapters, journal articles and thematic essays.
Additionally, the resource is further enhanced with an image gallery, which contains photographs and illustrations that can be used in teaching and studying.
Rich metadata at chapter and article level makes search and research on the topic efficient and effective, with searches being conducted by keywords, as well as subject, region, period, organisation and notable figures and contributors.
Having undergone extensive development, the system benefits from a wealth of high-level features, which include, but are not limited to, the following:
Additionally, History of Feminism is Integrated with Taylor & Francis Online (TFO) service for journal downloads, with further options to generate Social DRM PDFs for download and other journals not available via TFO.