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Women's History Month 2022

Women's History Month 2023

Welcome to This Year's Women's History Month celebration!

We offer this online Resource Guide with freely available resources, so please explore the navigation tabs at the left-hand side of the guide. Just select any of the types of resources to find the materials you can explore.

We're looking forward to the events and opportunities for exploring many issues that we have included in this guide for research or interest.

We have events planned, virtually on Zoom and on-campus in-person, with our schedule available on the Women's History Month Event Calendar page.

Women's History Month Lecture

Women's History Month Lecture Flyer

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Save the Date for Women’s History Month Lecture | Tuesday, March 8th at 3:30 on Zoom

Dr. M. Cristina Alcalde, “The Road Ahead for Women of Color: Pandemic Lessons and Opportunities

Dr. Alcalde currently serves as Miami University’s Vice President for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion. She has a Ph.D in Anthropology and specializes in the fields of Gender and Women's Studies and Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies.

All members of the College community are invited and encouraged to attend! Please register at

Want to read Dr. Alcalde's past work? Check out a October 2021 article from Ms. Magazine titled, "The Burnout is Real—But This is Nothing New for Women of Color."


Screenshot of Dismantle Patriarchy website

Dismantle Patriarchy

The Dismantle Patriarchy contest is an opportunity to welcome ideas from young voices and minds about how we might literally dismantle — take apart, break into pieces, deconstruct — patriarchy.


  • Guide Creator: Miriam "Mickey" Laskin