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Links of Interest

  • Artemis Search for Women's and Gender Studies Programs
    http://www.artemisguide.com/
    Maintained by Kathryn O. Robinson
    Personal Web site with state-by-state listings of Women's and Gender Studies programs in the United States. Offers direct links to program Web pages.
  • Gifts of Speech: Women's Speeches from Around the World
    http://gos.sbc.edu
    Maintained by Sweet Briar college
    Contains a collection of texts of speeches by women. Searchable by last name or year. Browsing is also possible.
  • Global Interactions
    http://www.globalinteractions.org
    Information about the Third-China U.S. Conference on Women's Issues. The Call for Papers is out and we invite you to join us and to let others know about this extraordinary opportunity to meet, learn and share with women in China. Visit our website for more information.
  • National Women's History Project
    http://www.nwhp.org/
    A clearinghouse of information about women's history, events, conferences, teaching ideas, and resources.
  • Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan
    http://www.rawa.org/index.php
    Maintained by RAWA
    Contains extensive information about Afghan women.
  • Searchable Database of Women's and Gender Studies Programs
    http://www.library.uiuc.edu/wst/
    Maintained by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the National Women's and Gender Studies Association
    Search or browse by course title, discipline, specialization, faculty, program administrator, degree or certificate offered, or institution.
  • UMBC Women's and Gender Studies Resources
    http://www.research.umbc.edu/~korenman/wmst/
    Maintained by Joan Korenman, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
    Links to Women's and Gender Studies resources, gender-related electronic forums, gender-related course syllabi. Emphasizes sites of use to academic Women's and Gender Studies programs.
  • Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1775-1940
    http://womhist.binghamton.edu/
    Maintained by the State University of New York at Binghamton; funded by the NEH
    Organized around a collection of 600 primary documents, the site also offers teacher's notes and links to resources.
  • Women's Internet Information Network
    http://www.conjure.com/women.html
    Maintained by Irene Stuber and the Women's Internet Information Network
    Contains Irene Stuber's Guide to Women of Achievement and Herstory, which contains biographies of women. The site is also home to "Catt's Claws," a feminist newsletter.
  • Women's Labor History
    http://www.afscme.org/publications/10404.cfm
    Maintained by the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees
    Contains links to resources about U.S. women in labor history.
  • Women's Enews
    http://www.womensenews.org/index.cfm
    Women's Enews is a nonprofit independent news service covering the issues that are of particular concern to women. Women's Enews editor, Rita Henley Jensen and staff have nearly a half-century of journalism experience with newspapers, wire services and national publications and are determined to deliver full and balanced reporting to Women's Enews readers.
  • Women's Social Policy and Research Center
    http://www.sitemason.vanderbilt.edu/wsparc
    WSPARC at Vanderbilt University has just completed the Directory of Resources for Women in Tennessee 2002. The resource book contains over 400 organizations of importance to women, including job training and placement agencies, legal services, family centers, domestic violence shelters, sexual assault organizations, pregnancy centers, political organizations, and educational resources.
  • Women's and Gender Studies Hotlist
    http://www.nau.edu/~wst/access/hotlist/hotlist.html"
    Maintained by the Women's and Gender Studies Department, Northern Arizona University
    A hotlist of Women's and Gender Studies resources on the Internet, labeled "The Best, the Coolest, the Most Comprehensive Sites on Women, Gender, and Feminism."


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