This category is for links that describe the role of women in society and history.
Formed in response to women academics' sense of professional isolation in the early decades of the 20th century. Invites all women professionally engaged in history, pursuing graduate study, or dedicated to historical inquiry to participate.
A women's time capsule.
An early advocate of free speech, women's equality and independence, birth control, and union organization.
Articles, book reviews and research guides about Female Explorers - adventurous women who've dared to explore their world.
A lively discussion list for scholars and anyone interested in women's history. You can do a keyword search of the archives, and get subscription information at their web site.
Self cervical exam revolutionized activists working for legal abortion in the 1960's and early 1970's.
A magazine highlighting the extraordinary achievements of women throughout history and recognizing the obstacles they have had to overcome in order to reach their goals.
Umbrella organisation for national committees of women's history. Information on publications and conferences in women's history throughout the world.
Presents online documents and secondary discussions which reflect the various ways of looking at the history of women within broadly defined historical periods and areas. Includes ancient, medieval and modern.
A mailing list for women who enjoy the study of history and who would like to share their findings and resources with one another.
Multicultural links to Women's History.
A growing database containing biographies and genealogy data of famous and not-so-famous women submitted by actual living descendants.
Large collection of manuscript, print, and audio-visual material that documents the historical experience of women, primarily in the United States. Includes collection lists, lesson plans, and subject guides on individual women and special topics.
A research archives devoted to collecting, preserving, and making accessible, materials on non-governmental women,s efforts towards peace.
The study of the history of women and gender. The VVG contains information, activities, links, articles and events.
Describes the project's work and the documentary editing process. Contains biographies, bibliographies, and a timeline of ECS and SBA's life and work, as well as quotations and poetry about them.
Detailed biographies of over 100 early women lawyers and judges.
27 oral histories of Rhode Island women during World War II, written by high school honors students.
Interactive site full of information and resources about women's experiences in world history. For teachers, teenagers, parents, and history buffs.
In 1903, only two years after the Nobel Foundation was established, the first Nobel Prize was awarded to a woman, Marie Curie. Women have been winning Nobel Prizes ever since. Bertha von Suttner was influential in convincing Alfred Nobel to set aside a Prize for peace.
Articles on women's history, plus annotated links to some of the best resources on the Net on the subject, in more than 30 categories.
Promotes research of historical women and provides networking for individuals and organizations. Also publishes the "Women's History" magazine.
Biographies of great women. Histories of women through art. Women in America. Living Legacy Awards.
Listing women's history institutions and organizations, locating archival and library collections, and providing links to Internet resources for women's history is the main purpose of this Virtual Library.
This site is dedicated to the women who have ruled since the beginning of times, or as long as the sources date back.
WWWomen aspires to be the most inclusive, up-to-date search site for women's topics.
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