Dig Deeper: Women, Climate Change, Law and Data
By Merrill Stein
As we approach the end of March, Women’s History Month and look towards Earth Day in April, consider listening to this recent podcast from the OECD, Women, climate change and data: Why we need to better understand the environment-gender nexus.
Take a moment to consider these research guides and YouTube videos from the Library of Congress, Smithsonian and U.S. National Archives.
Examine the Woman in the Law (Peggy) resource in the HeinOnline database, a subscription courtesy of the Charles Widger School of Law Library. The “Peggy” collection features more than one million pages of contemporary and historical works related to women’s roles in society and the law.
Give thought to any possible gender gaps in common resources to which we interact with frequently, as indicated by this recent study from the University of Pennsylvania. Read about women in the digital world in the special issue of Information, Communication & Society, Volume 24, Issue 14 (2021).
Dig Deeper resources:
- Gender and Women’s Studies subject guide
- Diversity and Inclusion guide
- Environmental Science subject guide
- Communication & Mass Media Complete (EBSCO)
- Social Sciences Citation Index – Web of Science (Clarivate)
- Women, Peace and Security Index (WPS) (Georgetown IWPS. & Peace Research Institute of Oslo)
Merrill Stein is Political Science Librarian at Falvey Memorial Library.
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