The Psychology's Feminist Voices team has developed numerous teaching resources to help bring considerations of gender justice, feminism, and intersectionality into the classroom.
Want to include more women in your history course? Want to teach gender-based analysis? Here are some guides for how to use the content of this site in your teaching.
Assignments & Activities
Here are a selection of assignments and activities we have developed for various courses based on the material at this site.
Articles and Books
Want to learn more about how to bring feminist values and gender issues into your teaching? Here are our picks.
Websites and Podcasts
Here is a list of online resources that engage with women, gender, and feminism in the history of psychology and science.
Where can you go to access archival material about women in psychology? Here is a list of important archives for the history of women and feminism in psychology and science.
Exhibit and Project Supplements
Here are materials that will help you use the exhibits and projects on this site in your teaching.
Here are tons of sources to read more about the history of women, gender, and feminism in psychology and science.
Timeline: Women, Gender, Feminism, and Psychology in the United States and Canada