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Books at Marymount
Marymount's library catalog for print and ebooks.
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Works from the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
Contributions female artists have made to Western art throughout history, and discusses the historical factors that prevented them from being accepted by society.
The L Life
Combines interviews and portrait photography to provide insight into the lives and careers of lesbians who work to make a difference in the world.
Women of Consequence
Contains profiles of the lives and achievements of 375 pioneering women from throughout the 20th century, including activists, political leaders, intellectuals and scientists, artists, and athletes.
To Be Young, Gifted and Black
This is the story of a young woman born in Chicago who came to New York, won fame with her play, A Raisin in the Sun--and went on to new heights of artistry before her tragic death.
Becoming Judy Chicago
Chronicles the life and career of American artist Judy Chicago, drawing from her personal letters and diaries, published and unpublished writings, and over 250 interviews with figures surrounding her.
Chronicles the life of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo from her childhood near Mexico City during the Mexican Revolution to her association with the Communist party.
Positively 4th Street
Examines the lives of folk musicians Joan Baez and Bob Dylan, Joan's sister Mimi Baez Farina, and Mimi's writer husband Richard, and discusses the impact of the four young people on the sound and style of the 1960s.
An illustrated biography, complete with family photographs and letters, of poet, playwright, and humanitarian Maya Angelou, displaying her life and work as an author, actress, director, and civil-rights activist.
Margaret Bourke White
Her story and her photos.
Reveals why the impact of Chanel style and design is felt generation after generation.
Moving Beyond Words
Gloria Steinem (b. 1934) is an American feminist, activist, writer, and editor who has shaped debates on gender, politics, and art since the 1960s.
How It Feels to Be Free
Examines celebrated black women performers, illuminating the risks they took, and the ways that they raised the issue of gender amid their demands for black liberation. Focuses on six women who made names for themselves in the music, film, and television industries.
Black Women in America
Important African-American women and significant subjects in African-American women's history, such as suffrage, the civil rights movement, and various fields of endeavor, including fiction, the theater, and science and technology.