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Gateway sites for Women's Studies

Start with these directories of Women's Studies sites online. See below for selected internet resources, from webpages to discussion lists.

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This website provides links and citations to print and internet resources pertaining to women's history. It is aimed at meeting the needs of serious researchers, students, and professors.

This is a database for primary source collections. Use this to find access to primary sources such as photographs, letters, diaries, and other historical artifacts concerning American women's history.

This is a guide to news and resources concerning biology and medicine according to gender.

The University of Maryland women's studies site provides links to conferences, bibliographies, film reviews, other web sites of interest to women's studies researchers.

Here you'll find access to a vast and varied collection of women's studies resources. This includes lists of internet resources and print resources, women's organizations, magazines, newsletters, and multi-media resources.

Created by the Women's Studies Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries, this gateway site provides a comprehensive collection of web links organized by subject. Of interest to anyone seeking resources in support of women's studies.

This site serves as a virtual library that lists archival and library collections, institutions and organizations, internet resources, and journals related to women's history.

Internet Resources for Women's Studies

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This website provides links and citations to print and internet resources pertaining to women's history. It is aimed at meeting the needs of serious researchers, students, and professors.

Use this gateway to find resources and primary source collections available to the public through the Library of Congress.

This list is sponsored by the Association of American Colleges and Universities' Program on the Status and Education of Women and the National Initiative for Women in Higher Education.

Resources and information in support of increasing women's presence and involvement in information technology both as users and developers.

This is a database for primary source collections. Use this to find access to primary sources such as photographs, letters, diaries, and other historical artifacts concerning American women's history.

Here you will find biographies and links to resources about notable women throughout history and the present. Search or browse by women or subject.

Find digitized, archival resources from Duke University's Special Collections Library. Available resources include digitized papers, plays, art, photographs, letters, press releases and other materials that document the Women' s Liberation Movement in the United States.

Arranged in chronological order, each entry provides a one page biography, a portrait/photograph, and a link to their husband's biography. Maintained by the official White House web page.

This is a guide to news and resources concerning biology and medicine according to gender.

GENPOL is a forum for discussion about feminism as it pertains to military, political, and civic issues.

A collection of speeches by influential, contemporary women.

H-women is an electronic forum focused on women's history.

IWPR is a public policy research organization dedicated to informing and stimulating the debate on public policy issues of critical importance to women and their families.

This site's Information Library is a compilation of tools and resources concerning women's sexual and reproductive health and rights.

The Internet Women's History Sourcebook is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented for educational use.

An online Encyclopedia of Jewish women, lesson plans and other educational materials are available for free. The site also contains several research tools such as a virtual archive, a book and film guide, bibliographies, and links to various resources and related sites.

Medline Plus is produced by the National Library of Medicine. It provides information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues.

The NCRW supports, generates and facilitates collaborative feminist research and works to provide a network for the dissemination of information related to Women's research.

This site provides a variety of scholarly resources, as well as news and events concerning domestic violence, sexual violence.

The National Organization for Women (NOW) is the largest organization of feminist activists in the United States. Founded in 1966, NOW works to bring about equality for all women.

This site contains health information, statistics, links, tools, and women's health related resources.

The NWHP's Resource Center provides information, biographies, educational material, and links to related material about multicultural women's history.

The National Women's Political Caucus's website provides information, statistics, links, and other resources related to women and politics.

NWSA is committed to support and promote feminist teaching, research, and professional and community service at the pre-K through post-secondary levels.

Arranged in chronological order, each entry provides a one page biography, a portrait/photograph, and a link to their husband's biography. Maintained by the official White House web page.

Sociologists for Women in Society is an international organization of social scientists--students, faculty, practitioners, and researchers--working together to improve the position of women within sociology and society in general.

Sign up here to join an international email discussion about Women's Studies.

This website contains biographical profiles, historical essays, educational resources, and digitized artifacts, regarding women in Congress.

The University of Maryland women's studies site provides links to conferences, bibliographies, film reviews, other web sites of interest to women's studies researchers.

Here you'll find access to a vast and varied collection of women's studies resources. This includes lists of internet resources and print resources, women's organizations, magazines, newsletters, and multi-media resources.

Here are over 900 links to web recourses related to the field of Women's Studies.

Compiles web sites addressing women and information technology.

Subscribe to the email list, join discussions, and register for the bi-annual newsletter at this website for the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), Women's Studies Section.

Created by the Women's Studies Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries, this gateway site provides a comprehensive collection of web links organized by subject. Of interest to anyone seeking resources in support of women's studies.

This site serves as a virtual library that lists archival and library collections, institutions and organizations, internet resources, and journals related to women's history.

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