New Webguide to Sources for Women's and Gender History in IALHI Institutions
Webguide to Sources for Women's and Gender History in IALHI Institutions.
The International Association of Labour History Institutions (IALHI) brings together archives, libraries, document centres, museums and research institutions specializing in the history and theory of the labour movement from all over the world.
In the past few years, the relationship between women and labour issues, gender and class, socialism and sexuality, feminism and socialism has frequently been the subject of conferences, workshops and publications of labour history institutions. IALHI recently published on its website a new section with information on gender related materials in IALHI members collections.
The information provided takes several forms: MS Word documents, PDF files, HTML files. In cases where no electronic document is available, there is a brief description on the IALHI web page. The files are stored either on the institution's own webserver or on the IALHI server. Hyperlinks on the IALHI gender page point to the individual collection information. In a few cases there is an additional link to websites of national projects bringing together information on women's and gender related collections.
For more information about IALHI and the IALHI project, please visit the IALHI website at http://www.ialhi.org/iabout.html
International Institute of Social History
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