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Wiley Celebrates International Women’s Day

Since 2013, we have supported the cause of gender equality by compiling a research collection of the latest developments in gender studies, women’s rights, and more. In 2016, we are thrilled to announce that this collection has grown to include close to 1,000 research articles and book chapters from across the social sciences, humanities, health […]

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Free China Research

China is a country of great importance and political interest in the world. The Chinese Communist Party has ruled the country since 1949; it has over 73 million members, making it the biggest political party in the world. We invite you to explore China further in an extensive collection of content which is free until […]

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Research and webinar podcast collection on issues of refugees and migration

At the end of 2014, there were an estimated 19.5 million refugees worldwide. This crisis was drawn once again into sharp light as Syrian refugees entered Europe in recent months. Many of these people are families with children, forced to flee their homes or risk their safety. We have brought together a collection of content […]

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women in history free research

Celebrate International Women’s Day with Free Research from Wiley

March 8 is International Women’s Day. Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day this year! Last year, our free compendium of research was read around the world by tens of thousands of people. Now, we have updated this collection for 2014, with the latest research from Wiley’s leading publications celebrating women’s accomplishments, and examining the […]

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Ancient Chinese Thought : What Would Confucius and Zhuangzi Do?

Abortion, Gay marriage, and assisted suicide are some of the most intractable social issues of modern American life. But who would have thought to tackle such issues with ancient Chinese thought? Same Crane, Professor of Political Science and Chair of the Department of Political Science at Williams College, introduces ideas and arguments of the ancient […]

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