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  • Academic Women's Studies - Extensive reviews and links directory of Internet resources on Women's Studies
  • ACRL Women's Studies Section - The purpose of WSSLinks is to provide access to a wide range of resources in support of women's studies.
  • Alliance Gender Studies Directory - A collection of Gender Studies websites catalogued by experts from Oxford, Stanford and Yale Universities.
  • Anne Barrett, International Lecturer - Anne Barrett is an international lecturer and author on 19thC Scientific History, Women Scientists at Imperial College, and Archive Preservation and Conservation Issues.
  • Asian Center for Women's Studies - Based on this history of education for women, the ACWS was established in May of 1995 at Ewha Womans University to provide a forum for understanding women's issues in Asia. Collected information on women's studies, research, and the women's movement, particularly as it relates to Asia, but with a worldwide focus.
  • AWS - Africana Women's Studies - "the only degree granting women's studies program located in an historically black college in the United States and...the only Africana women's studies program in the world."
  • BabyBoomWomen@Work2020 - research, policy, futures studies, scenarios, public health, work, retirement, baby boom generation, women
  • Canadian Womens Studies Online - Links and other information provided by the University of Toronto, Graduate Collaborative Program in Women's Studies.
  • Center for Gender Studies - The Center emphasizes student-based explorations of ways in which societies shape and define different expectations for women and men, providing links to related events, student conferences and gender issues.
  • Center for Mayan Women Communicators - Center for Mayan Women Communicators, Guatemala, is a non-profit which functions as a center for women to unite and communicate, to develop skills in communications technology to enable better representation in the world and in the media.
  • Center for the Study of Ethnicity & Gender in Appalachia - The Center operates under the ageis of the College of Liberal Arts at Marshall University in Huntington, WV. It brings together resources and scholars from several other academic units, including the Oral History of Appalachia Program and the Special Collections of the Morrow Library. New!! They invite humanities scholars to apply for resident fellowships, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation.
  • Centre for Women's Research - This site give information on women's and gender related issues from Sri Lanka and the world.
  • Changing role of women in society - Today the spread of global women's organizations and the impact of women's contributions to society shows that progress has been made, or has it?
  • Cross-cultural Perspecives in the Psycholog of Women & Gender - Hilary Lips' Distinguished American Scholar Lecture Series.
  • Detailed list of Feminism & Women's Studies - Women's studies and feminist works, particularly focusing on issues of sex, gender, sexual identity and sexuality in cultural practices.
  • Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies - Site designed and maintained by Jennifer Boston.
  • Gender and Race in the Media - From the University of Iowa. Pages include: African and Asian Americans, feminist media, alternative lifestyles, Native Americans and Indigenous Peoples, and assorted links.
  • Gender Inn - Searchable database of research on women. Mainly indexes literary criticism and includes monographs and essay collections. Available in English and German.
  • Genesis: developing access to women's history sources in the British Isles - The Genesis project is a mapping initiative to identify and develop access to women's history sources in the British Isles.
  • Gifts of Speech - Women's speeches from around the world. Sweet Briar College has adopted Gifts of Speech as an on-going college project.
  • Inform Women's Studies Database - The University of Maryland women's studies database. Serves those interested in the women's studies. Topics include conferences, bibliographies, calls for papers, program support, gender issues, bibiliography and syllabi, employment, and government.
  • International Women's Studies Institute - Sponsors international travel-study programs, including two trips to Greece scheduled for 2000.
  • Isadora, American Legend - A one-woman stage show on modern dance founder Isadora Duncan featuring actress Lisa Bansavage designed for Women's Studies, Women's History Month.
  • Journal of South Asia Women Studies - Abstracts, information about current and back issues, membership.
  • Laura Sells -- Voxygen - This site deals with topics of interest to 3rd wave feminists (gen x and gen y women, etc.). Topics include teaching tools and syllabi for courses in women's studies (popular culture, issues in feminism) and speech communication (the rhetoric of cyberculture, contemporary american public address/oratory), and a resource page on Donna Haraway.
  • Lexington Community College - Maintained by the Women's Studies Program. Resource page with links and calendar information regarding Women's Studies in Kentucky.
  • LLEK Bookmarks Scientific Search Engines - Womens Studies - A comprehensive catalog of scientific resources and media worldwide but especially in German and English: Directories of Womens Studies Journals; Womens Studies-related catalogs of scientific search engines;additional starting points and sites of special interest.
  • Muslim Women's Homepage - This page aspires to provide information that will pique your interest and help you to understand the stance Islam takes on gender issues and the role of women.
  • National Women's Studies Association - NWSA supports and promotes feminist/womanist teaching, learning, research, and professional and community service at the pre-K through post-secondary levels and serves as a locus of information about the inter-disciplinary field of Women's Studies for those outside the profession.
  • Newsletter Archives - Women's Studies - Radford University - Providing information regarding sponsored or supported activities and events including: guest speakers, new links to courses and programs, brown-bag talks, and Women's Month.
  • Peering into the Kaleidoscope by Hilary Lips - RU's Center for Gender Studies provides aspects of Award-Recipient Hilary Lips' Distinguished American Scholar Lectures on social & cross-cultural viewpoints women, power, awards, leadership and related themes.
  • Research Information Network (RIN) - The Research Information Network for Women and Girls in Illinois (RIN) provides quality research information and statistics on issues affecting the lives of women and girls, including health, caregiving, education, work, poverty, violence and safety, with information for the United States, Illinois, and Chicago. The site is a project of the Center for Research on Women and Gender at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
  • Resources and Feminist Empowerment for Women and Girls - A variety of information including women's history, literature, sections for survivors of various issues, women's news, and links.
  • Science of Matriarchy - Site devoted to an evolutionary, interdisciplinary study and theory of matriarchy.
  • Sinai Bedouin Women - Anthropologist Ann Gardner's pages on Sinai Bedouin women.
  • Status of Women in the Post-Communist States - This articles discusses the social, economic, and political changes in women's roles in the post-communist states following the collapse of the Soviet Union.
  • Swedish Secretariat for Gender Research - Information on Swedish women's studies and gender research. Links to centres, libraries, and databases.
  • The Amazon Connection - Aims to cover the entire spectrum of meaning that has been attributed to the term Amazon. The principle of heroism conceived and expressed in a female form.
  • The Bridge - The Bridge is the crossing towards women's unity. Women's studies bringing women together regardless of race, religion, social status, sexual orientation.
  • The DOE Network: Garden - This site celebrates the woman of African descent. Over a 100 profile of women from Arts to Business to Religion to Sports.
  • The Glass Ceiling Research Center - Site contains extensive research dealing with the glass ceiling issue, research data on pay gap numbers, women's involvement in executive positions, and has a bibliography of research texts.
  • The National Center for Curriculum Transformation Resources on Women - The National Center for Curriculum Transformation Resources on Women Focuses on curriculum change projects and activities, Provides information on helpful resources for faculty as well as organizational materials for project directors, Specializes in the scholarship on women and diversity, Is oriented toward faculty in both secondary and postsecondary education
  • The Real Women Project - Aiming to help women realize their beauty and strength, using various art forms to instill self-confidence. Includes mission statement, art and literature resulting from the project, details of exhibits and workshops, as well as a gift shop.
  • The State of Mississippi Commission on the Status of Women's Official Internet Presence - The website of the Mississippi Commission on the Status of Women serves to disseminate information that we gather on the status of women in our state. Also lists upcoming projects and events and contact info.
  • - Stylish new website for everyone interested in media studies and gender studies. Lots of content on queer theory, gender, Foucault, Judith Butler, media influences, cyber culture, role models, and critical theory. With lots of book reviews, all updated regularly. Produced by Dr David Gauntlett, University of Leeds, UK.
  • Third World Women's Health - Explores Third World women's health from a feminist perspective, and encourages action to improve Third World women's health. Discusses issues such as AIDS, gender apartheid, genital mutilation, and sweatshop abuses.
  • University of Wisconsin System Women's Studies Librarian - Publications from the Women's Studies Librarian's office include numerous bibliographies, core lists of women's studies books, and a resource page for UW System Women's Studies Distance Education courses.
  • US Information Service Resources for Women - This site provides information on the implementation of the Platform for Action developed during the United Nations Fourth Conference on Women held in Beijing, China, September of 1995.
  • Wellesley Centers for Women - The largest women's research center, WCW promotes positive change for women and girls through the alliance of the Stone Center and the Center for Resarch on Women at Wellesley College.
  • Women and Children Subject to Increasing Abuse - Amnesty International report.
  • Women and Language Interdisciplinary Journal Resources (Joan E. Aitken) - Resources and links related to language and gender
  • Women in Development - Novartis Foundation for Sustainable Development (NFSD) article: gender related poverty & underdevelopment in developing countries.
  • Women Making History Today - Christian Science Monitor mini-site about women making a difference in the world today.
  • Women of Color Resource Center - The National Directory of Women of Color Organizations and Projects includes organizations that were founded by or are led by women of color; organizations whose membership and constituency are predominantly women of color; and organizations whose mission it is to address the range of social, economic, cultural and political challenges women of color face.
  • Women of Color, Women of Words - Links to sites with content on African American women in the arts
  • Women's Festival - A Global Listing - Listing of festivals for women including art, comedy, theater, music, social, sports, and spiritual events.
  • Women's Issues Yesterday & Today - Web site constructed by the Spring 2002 Rhetoric of Anglo-American Feminism class at the University of Texas. Discussions of major women's issues from the Victorian period to the present in Britain & American, a web site maintained by students
  • Women's Resources International - NISC - Women's Resources International is a core curriculum resource providing unprecedented access to bibliographic records and abstracts drawn from a variety of essential women's studies databases.
  • Women's Sacred Arts Festival Exhibit - A non-juried exhibition of the sacred, as defined by women. From the Eight Rivers Council for Sacred Arts. Newport, RI
  • Women's Studies in the World - Links to Women's Studies in the world, seen from Europe
  • Women's Studies Periodicals - Maintained by the Women's Studies Department at Northern Arizona University. Though some of the links for full text versions of these journals can only be accessed from campus, the list itself marks I think a very comprehensive listing of the 100s journals, both online and otherwise, where much of the women's studies research takes place.
  • Women's Studies Resources - Compiled and edited by Karla Tonella, University of Iowa.
  • Women, Education, and Economic Participation - Feminization of poverty, glass ceilings, pay equity, work-family balance, and women in a learning society: themes from from Award-Recipient Hilary Lips' Distinguished American Scholar Lectures.
  • WomEnhouse - WomEnhouse is a collaborative, multi-authored site that explores the politics of domesticity and gender relations through virtual "rooms" and conceptual domestic "spaces" by 24 artists, architects, poets, art historians, and cultural theorists.
  • Womens Studies Resources from The New York Times - A news resource from the New York Times for student and faculty academic research. News archive searchable by interest or field of study, and an email news alert.
  • International Center for Research on Women - Resource for understanding and supporting women in the world. (ICRW)
  • Women's Studies Hotlist - This guide is sorted by discipline and topic. Maintained by the Women's Studies Department at Northern Arizona University.
  • Women's Studies/Women's Issues Resource Sites - Annotated listing of information-rich web sites offering resources for women's studies or women's issues. Fifteen topical sub-sections to aid searches.

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