This month is Wiki Women’s history month! All month we’re looking at interesting articles on women, created or improved by student editors.
From California State University Fullerton’s Gender and Technoculture course led by Dr. Karyl Ketchum, read about Helen Brown, editor in chief of Cosmopolitan magazine for 32 years.
From University of Maryland College Park’s Women, Art and Culture course, taught by Avery Dame, learn about the Australian writer who works with themes of “subversion and survival.” Or the Jamaican poet and fiction writer who won her first prize at age 7.
An English poet with a villa in Florence helped shift opinion on Italian nationalism. A British music teacher’s book was published when a (future) prime minister called it “the imaginative classic of divine art”. Discover the British woman whose anonymous essays argued for the freedom of women to publish.