Since the beginning of time, women have left their mark on the world, at times changing the course of history and at other times influencing small but significant spheres of life.

Women Who Changed the World introduces you to 300 remarkable women and their contributions that have endured through the ages.

Features

Biographies That Inspire

Meet the artists, the competitors, the leaders, the performers, and the writers. This impressive list includes Susan B. Anthony, Cleopatra, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Indira Gandhi, Joan of Arc, Helen Keller, Madonna, Toni Morrison, Beatrix Potter, Eleanor Roosevelt, Oprah Winfrey, and many more.

Pivotal Women’s Topics

From suffrage to feminism to the women’s movement, learn how these issues have evolved over time and what their impact has been on politics, the economy, and society.

In Their Own Words

Read essays, speeches, and other works by these accomplished women, including poems by Emily Dickinson, Maria Montessori’s theory on education, former president of Ireland Mary Robinson’s comments on children and human rights, and Florence Nightingale’s notes on nursing.

Multimedia and Learning Activities

View video clips that capture key moments in women’s history, take quizzes that test your knowledge.