New Enhancements to Gale’s Person Search

| By Jessica Bomarito, Product Manager, Literature | A key mission of the Product team at Gale is to expand the possibilities of research, whether through content, tools, or discoverability. Over the years this mission has made visible the experiences of diverse groups, as evidenced by primary source resources like The Archives of Sexuality and … Read more

Teaching Living Poets for a More Inclusive Student Experience

| By Jennifer Stock | In January 2021, Amanda Gorman took the stage at President Joe Biden’s inauguration to recite her poem “The Hill We Climb,” voicing hope for “a country and a time where a skinny black girl descended from slaves and raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president, only to … Read more

Honoring Asian American Women

| By Carol Schwartz, Senior Content Developer, Gale | I set out to write a blog post about literature for Women’s History Month and was struggling to hone in on a specific topic to cover in this broad area of study. The horrific events on March 17 in Atlanta, in which six Asian American women … Read more

Commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day with Gale Literature

| By Jennifer Stock | January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The day was declared by the United Nations General Assembly in 2005 on the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp by Soviet troops in 1945. Between 1941 and 1945, more than six million European Jews and other groups—including gay people, … Read more

Panda Power and Other China-Related Things I’d Rather Think About Right Now

| By Rebecca Parks | When my brother went to China on vacation a couple years ago, he brought me back a beautiful miniature black-lacquered paneled screen as a souvenir. He had to look long and hard for a screen that did NOT include pandas on it, knowing I would object to something so clichéd. … Read more