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Welcome to the March issue of Bluelines! Don’t miss our JSTOR open articles for Women's History month.

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journals news: free reads for Women’s History Month

We have been ungating a different article on JSTOR for each week of March to celebrate Women’s History Month.

Check out our final selections!

George Eliot—George Henry Lewes Studies

“Unique Representations of Moses in the Works of Harriet Martineau, Charlotte Brontë, and George Eliot”
Miyuki Amano
George Eliot—George Henry Lewes Studies
Vol. 69, No. 2

Free Monday, 3/18 to Monday 3/25

Studies in American Jewish Literature

“The Power of Words: The Biblical Abishag in Contemporary American Jewish Women’s Poetry”
Anat Koplowitz-Breier
Studies in American Jewish Literature
Vol. 37, No. 1

Free Monday, 3/25 to Monday, 4/1

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