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We Can Do It!

We Can Do It! War Production Co-ordinating Committee, United States. c. 1942-1943

This poster, produced by Westinghouse during World War II for the War Production Co-Ordinating Committee, was part of the national campaign in the United States to enlist women in the workforce. Library of Congress, World Digital Library.

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Welcome to the FSU Ort Library Women's Studies Resource Guide! It includes links to databases, websites, reference books,  and other information related to the study of women and gender roles.

What is Women's Studies?

Women's Studies is a multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary approach to integrating knowledge about women and gender across the academic curriculum. Women’s studies addresses the forms and effects of gender bias in society, seeks to understand the particular issues and challenges facing women in the past and present, and highlights women’s contributions in all areas of human endeavor.

-FSU Women's Studies Department

Remember that Women's studies is interdisciplinary. Check out the research guides for related topics, such as history, music, philosophy and sociology.

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Women's Studies Program @ FSU

Women's Studies at Frostburg State University explores the impact of gender and other types of diversity on the scope, methods, and assumptions of academic disciplines such as art, philosophy, music, theatre, history, literature, psychology and sociology.

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