Those interested in gender studies, history, and political science are encouraged to check out the Archive of Women’s Political Communication. Created by the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics at Iowa State University, the Archive offers a large number of speeches made by women in politics over the years.
Visitors to the site can browse speeches by keyword or topic (e.g. leadership, economy, or activism). The archive also includes a biographical profile for each included speaker, which can be viewed by last name or category. While the archive presently features mainly women elected officials in the United States, the site’s maintainers plan on eventually expanding to the work of activists, international political leaders, and historical figures.