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Women's Studies Web Resources

Artemislinks to most women's studies programs in the U.S. Only those with electronic links are listed.
Documents from the Women's Liberation Movementfrom the archival collection in Duke's Special Collections Library with a focus on the radical origins of the movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Early Modern Women Databasea database on the study of women in early modern Europe and the Americas.
Feminasearchable database of info for women and girls.
Feminist Collectionsa quarterly journal of women's studies resources.
Feminist Activist Resources on the Netsearchable index for connecting feminists who are activists to resources on the internet.
Feminist Majority Onlinedesigned for research, information, and action on the issues.
Feminist Theory Web Pageincludes historical background of feminism in the US and in other countries and ethnic groups, information on prominent feminists, and resource guides for feminist scholarship in such areas as critical theory, political theory, religion, psychology, and more.
Gender-Related Electronic Forums Pagean annotated, frequently updated listing of more than 500 women- and gender-related email lists.
Indexes, Abstracts, and Bibliographiesincludes gender studies, women's studies, and men's studies.
Institute for Research on Women and Genderfocuses on interdisciplinary projects related to women's changing economic and social roles.
International Center for Research on Womenfocuses on women in the developing world and achievement of full, economic, social, and political participation.
Internet Resources on Women: Using Electronic Media in Curriculum Transformationregular additions to Joan Korenman's 1997 book of this title.
Internet Women's History Sourcebookcollection of primary sources and meta-indexes deals with women's history country by country, struggle by struggle.
Jewish Feminist Resourcesincludes sites concerning Judaism, art, history, organizations and periodicals.
Lesbian Legacy Collectionlibrary and archives, primary documents and other links.
Living the Legacythe National Women's History Project here celebrates the 150th anniversary of the founding of the US Women's Rights movement.
Medieval Feminists Indexa bibliography of "journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages."
National American Women Suffrage Association Collectionpart of the American Memory project from the Library of Congress, this includes books, pamphlets, and other important documents and images from the movement.
National Women's Studies Association: Changing Lives through Feminist Educationsupports and promotes feminist/womanist teaching, learning, and research.
The Rural Womyn Zonesearchable site with excellent links to local and global women's issues to reach the online community of rural feminists.
SisterSpiritwomen's spirituality organization in Portland, Oregon "celebrating Goddess in all Her forms."
Syllabi on the Web for Women- and Gender-Related Coursesa college-level syllabus collection. It includes more than five hundred web-based syllabi, arranged into 26 disciplinary sections. Syllabi that make extensive use of the Internet are marked.
Victorian Women Writers Projectincludes anthologies, novels, political pamphlets, religious tracts, children's books, and volumes of poetry and verse drama.
Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1830-1930 a rich collection of primary documents organized for academic study.
Women's Human Rights Resourceslocation for diverse, quality information on women's international human rights with articles, documents, and links on each subject.
Women in American History from Encyclopedia Britannica, WAH offers coverage of historical figures, from the 1600s to the present.
Women's Studies Databasecomprehensive women's studies site including picture gallery, jobs, and government documents.
Women's Studies Internet Resourceslists of Internet resources under the category of disciplinary and topical sites arranged alphabetically by topic.
Women's Studies Librarianan invaluable list of bibliographies, including core collection lists for libraries and for women's studies faculty.
Women's Studies Resourceslinks compiled and edited by Karla Tonella, University of Iowa.
Women's Studies/Women's Issues Resource Sitesa winner of the Digital Librarians' monthly awards for outstanding informational service. A selective set of links arranged by topic and fully annotated.
WSSLINKS: Women and Gender Studies Sitesdistinctive for its breadth of coverage, this site covers topics which include art and film, culture (mostly literature), education, health, history, international, lesbian sites, music, philosophy, politics, science & technology, and theology, etc. Sponsored by the Association of College and Research Libraries.


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