International Women's Month!

March 7, 2023

Women are the backbone of everything that happens in this world. They have helped shape it into what it is today, and I am sure they will continue to do so in the future. As we celebrate the international women's day, here's a book collection about women.

1 Women in Science

Women in Science

H.J. Mozans | Gender Studies


Women In Science with an Introductory Chapter 
On Woman's Long Struggle for Things of the Mind

2 Women and the Rwanda Genocide

Women and the Rwanda Genocide

Roshinder Singh | Academic Articles


Women and the Rwanda Genocide

3 Women in Modern History

Women in Modern History

BL Hutchins | History (Academic)


“Sometimes one feels that one dare not contemplate too closely the life of our working women, it is such a grave reproach.”—Miss Anna Tracey, Factory Inspector, 1913

4 Women in early Christianity

Women in early Christianity

Alfred Brittain and Mitchell Carroll | Religion


Contents The Women of the Gospel Narrative Women of the Apostolic Age The Era of Persecution Saint Helena and the Time of Constantine Post-Nicene Mothers The Nuns of the Primitive Church Women Who Witnessed the Fall of Rome Women of the Frankish Church The Empress Eudoxia The Rival Empresses: Pulcheria and Eudocia The Empress Theodora

5 Women’s Experiences During the Holocaust

Women’s Experiences During the Holocaust

Rochelle G. Saidel | Academic Articles


In 1999, for the first time in twenty-nine years of conferences, the Annual Scholars’ Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches presented a plenary on women and the Holocaust. As co-chairs of this plenary, Dr. Myrna Goldenberg and I decided to feature recent scholarly books on the subject and to entitle the session “Women’s Holocaust History: Books in Print.” The occasion was historic beyond the fact that the subject was deemed important enough for a plenary, because, by early 1999, a core of “books in print” had made possible a session with such a title.

6 Women in the World Today

Women in the World Today

U.S. Department of State | Politics


A textbook outlining the major issues facing women today and how they are overcoming them.

7 Women and the Holocaust. Courage and Compassion

Women and the Holocaust. Courage and Compassion

Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programm | Gender Studies


JEWISH WOMEN PERFORMED TRULY HEROIC DEEDS DURING THE HOLOCAUST. They faced unthinkable peril and upheaval -- traditions upended, spouses sent to the death camps, they themselves torn from their roles as caregivers and pushed into the workforce, there to be humiliated and abused. In the face of danger and atrocity, they bravely joined the resistance, smuggled food into the ghettos and made wrenching sacrifices to keep their children alive. Their courage and compassion continue to inspire us to this day”. BAN KI-MOON, UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY-GENERAL

8 Women Planet

Women Planet

Swati Vakharia | Magazines


This is a gift to all women who are multitasking and multi- faceted. We give platform to women who wish to expand their roles and want to explore new frontiers. We salute you ladies for being open minded and are thankful to your contribution to this society. We are thankful to our experts and readers for supporting us in entire journey.

9 On the Subjection of Women

On the Subjection of Women

John Stuart Mill. | Academic Articles


The Subjection of Women is the title of an essay written by John Stuart Mill in 1869,[possibly jointly with his wife Harriet Taylor Mill, stating an argument in favour of equality between the sexes. At the time it was published in 1869, this essay was an affront to European conventional norms of views on the status of men and women. John Stuart Mill credited his wife, Harriet Taylor Mill, with co-writing the essay. While some scholars agreed by 2009 that John Stuart Mill was the sole author,it is also noted that some of the arguments are similar to Harriet Taylor Mill's essay The Enfranchisement of Women which was published in 1851.

10 Entrepreneurship for Women: What to do Before Starting a Business

Entrepreneurship for Women: What to do Before Starting a Business

Terry Clark | Self-Improvement


How to start your own business with little or no money. This eBook will equip women with the necessary tools to get started toward entrepreneurship and owning their own business. All the information you'll ever need with no stones left unturned... Start full-time or part-time.

11 Why Many Married Women are Frustrated

Why Many Married Women are Frustrated

Oluseye A. Komolafe | Self-Improvement


This book is about Building better relationships, based on Life Coaching models. The models and theories put forward in the book are not solely for married women or the female gender, the models and principles are in themselves gender-blind, and are applicable to all sorts of relationships, irrespective of the gender and number of people involved, including relationships outside of the traditional family setting. The author only chooses to use the traditional family setting because it presents a classic example of real life case studies of the models. The models also explain and give a lot of insight into the root causes of many of the issues and challenges that couples in a traditional family setup deal with, which if (or when) brought to the fore are easily dealt with, giving room for a

12 The vindication of the rights of women

The vindication of the rights of women

Mary Wollstonecraft | Gender Studies


A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: with Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects (1792), written by the 18th-century British feminist Mary Wollstonecraft, is one of the earliest works of feminist philosophy. In it, Wollstonecraft responds to those educational and political theorists of the 18th century who did not believe women should have an education. She argues that women ought to have an education commensurate with their position in society, claiming that women are essential to the nation because they educate its children and because they could be "companions" to their husbands, rather than mere wives. Instead of viewing women as ornaments to society or property to be traded in marriage, Wollstonecraft maintains that they are human beings deserving of the same fundamental rights a...

13 Celebrated women travelers in 19th Century

Celebrated women travelers in 19th Century

W. H. Davenport Adams | Anthropology


The mid to late 19th century and early 20th witnessed an extraordinary number of European and American female travelers who wrote of their adventures. Industrialization had increased women’s mobility and women more easily could travel by train and streamer. As important, by end 19th century, European imperialism had made many areas of the world “safe” for women travelers. Annie Taylor, first European woman to enter Tibet, stated after she was captured, “I am English and do not fear for my life!” While many female travelers were married, a significant number were not, a situation very different from the women in most of the world where single status and the right to live and travel alone would not be tolerated. The reasons women offered for their explorations varied. Some reve...

14 Greek Women

Greek Women

Mitchell Carroll | Gender Studies


What was the role of women in Athens? To live, controlled by the men in their lives! Their father controlled them before they were married Their spouse controlled them once they were married What did girls do? They learnt to read- in school or at home They learnt important household skills-spinning, weaving, sewing, cooking and other household jobs Learnt simple facts on mythology, religion and occasionally musical instruments Spent most of their time in her household with other women- only leaving the house to perform religious duties What about marriage? Girls got married in their teens, often to a man in his 30's After a woman got married, she and her husband would give offerings to the god's and share a cake with her husband Her father would chose her husband- for mos...

15 A Short History of Women´s Rights

A Short History of Women´s Rights

Eugene A. Hecker | Gender Studies


Perhaps a word on the status of women in slavery among the Germanic nations will not be out of place. The new nations looked upon a slave as chattel, much as the Romans did. If a wrong was done a slave woman, her master received a recompense from the aggressor, but she did not, for to hold property was denied her. -from "Women among Germanic Peoples" The fight for women's rights-particularly with regards to the right to vote-made such enormous strides between 1910, when the first edition of the book was published, and 1914, when its second edition was released with an update on the effort, that within the space of those few brief years, it became almost a historical document, not a rundown of current affairs. But that second edition-of which this is a replica-remains an important document ...

16 Does Islam Snatch the Rights of Women?

Does Islam Snatch the Rights of Women?

P.Zainul Abideen | Human Rights


Does Islam snatch the Rights of Women? In this book, all the accusations concerning the woman are answered in detail. Moreover, a question is put forth “why did Prophet Mohamed alone marry more woman than other men?” To answer this, a separate book is published. It was titled ‘why did Prophet Mohamed marry more woman’. Accusations such as Jizyah, war against non-Muslims, worshipping Kaaba, worshipping direction, and Muslims are intolerant are answered in the book titled ‘Accusations and Answers’. The book ‘Meaningful Questions and wise Answers’ answers the logical questions raised by Non-Muslims. Those, who read all these 4 books will get answers concerning all accusations alleged against Islam.

17 Women in Love

Women in Love

D. H. Lawrence | Romance Classics


Sisters Gudrun and Ursula Brangwen pursue complex relationships with their lovers, Rupert Birkin and Gerald Crich.

18 Phantastes: A Faerie Romance For Men And Women

Phantastes: A Faerie Romance For Men And Women

George MacDonald | Sci-Fi Classics


The classic book, Phantastes: A Faerie Romance For Men And Women, by George MacDonald.



Michel Poulin | Fiction


THREE PROUD WOMEN is a fiction and alternate history novel which is the sequel to my AND AN ANGEL SANG. It tells the continuing adventures of three outstanding women : Greta Visby, a young sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps; Ingrid Dows, a retiring veteran military pilot; and her daughter Nancy, a young musician and singer on the rise. Each of them will get involved in their separate ways in the latest war in which the United States of Timeline ‘C’ will find itself forced to fight against agents of terrorism in 2001 ‘C’.

20 Empowering Women thru Energy Wisdom

Empowering Women thru Energy Wisdom

Alexander Zielinski | Self-Improvement


Empowering Women today for leadership roles in tomorrows new world. Women will be the Saviors of Humanity in the next century of humankind’s evolution. This information will provide them with the necessary basic knowledge to maneuver through the lies and deceptions as they seek out the real truth; their inner-truth that shall bring Order and Peace to our chaotic world.

21 Free Women

Free Women

Mike E. Chukwu | Educational


No one deserves to be raped. The evil is growing worse but we can do something great and positive against it. Find out how in this book.

22 Are Women People

Are Women People

Alice Duer Miller | Gender Studies


A Book of Rhymes for Suffrage Times

23 The Women of the French Salons

The Women of the French Salons

Amelia Ruth Gere Mason | Gender Studies


A salon is a gathering of people under the roof of an inspiring host, held partly to amuse one another and partly to refine taste and increase their knowledge of the participants through conversation. These gatherings often consciously followed Horace's definition of the aims of poetry, "either to please or to educate" ("aut delectare aut prodesse est"). Salons, commonly associated with French literary and philosophical movements of the 17th and 18th centuries, were carried on until quite recently, in urban settings, among like-minded people.