The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has left many feminist professors scrambling for resources as they are suddenly forced to move courses from their classrooms to online this fall – while continuing to engage their students in analysis and activism at this critical political moment.

Here at Ms. Classroom, we have been answering anxious calls and emails from faculty and graduate teaching assistants looking for high quality, accessible and affordable digital resources tailored for women’s, gender and sexuality studies to use in their newly online or hybrid courses.

Ms. Classroom is uniquely able to meet the tremendous challenges faced by faculty who must teach their classes online for the foreseeable future, especially those who are new to online teaching.

Our Ms. Readers offer a fully-digital feminist teaching curriculum based on the most relevant current and classic articles from the pages of Ms. magazine, 1972-present.  Continually updated, the readers are designed for use in the most widely taught women’s, gender and sexuality studies and general eduction courses.

When I began to write the introduction for this extraordinary Ms. reader, I was astonished by the enormity of what it chronicles in terms of the evolution of a relatively new field in the academy…

Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Spelman College
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