An article from The Bustle shares how, in celebration of the 2018 International Women’s Day the Cambridge University Press has put together a large body of blog articles, book chapters, articles, and interviews by famous women thinkers, and made them available for reading in an online archive. For free.
For the entire month of March, the Cambridge University Press has opened its vast literary archive, including whole books, regarding writings by women, for women, and about women. Having first initiated this program in 2017, The Cambridge University Press hopes to broaden and deepen readers’ horizons. The publishing company sees this initiative as a natural, possibly intrinsic, part of the company’s role in supporting, developing, and publishing high quality research and texts, regardless of a writer’s gender, ethnicity, age, or sexuality.
You can read the original article from The Bustle here.