How Did Eight Translations of Charlotte Perkins Gilman's WOMEN AND
Transmit Feminist Thought across National Boundaries in the
Years before World War I?
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Harriet Feinberg, "Aletta Henriette Jacobs, 1854-1929," in Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia, online at

Beth Wenger, "Rosika Schwimmer, 1877-1948" in Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia, online at

An overview of collections at ATRIA, is accessible at

International Vernon Lee Society: the IVLS aims to bring together professors, lecturers, private researchers, doctoral and master students interested in the life and works of Vernon Lee and her circle.

Harriet Feinberg, "How did Carrie Chapman Catt and Aletta Jacobs Interpret and Cope with Deep Differences among Women during Their 1911-12 Journey through Africa and Asia?" a document project on WASM.

The Gilman Society has the honor of promoting the life and works of Charlotte Perkins Gilman as subjects not just for critical engaged research and thoughtful teaching, but of public interest as well.

Members of the Gilman Society receive the annual Charlotte Perkins Gilman Newsletter each spring. Past issues are also available online. The newsletter welcomes formal or informal contributions on a variety of topics.

The Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America is the primary repository for the papers of early 20th-century American feminist Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860-1935). To celebrate the sesquicentennial of Gilman's birth, the Schlesinger Library digitized Gilman's papers.

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