Women in history and W Guide - Resources and Review

Presents the history of the women's rights movement and an extensive chronology of important events in women's history.
Information about historic locations in New York and Massachusetts associated with aspects of women's history, describing contributions made to education, government, medicine, the arts, commerce, women's suffrage, and the early civil rights movement. Features a selection of essays entitled Women and Historic Preservation, Women in Art and Literature, Women in the Progressive Era, Women Professionals and Women in the Equal Rights Movement.
Project to develop digitised versions of the archival records and manuscript collections from five western Massachusetts colleges, relating primarily to women's history and education. Browse or search by college or keyword.
Information about the museum, biographies of over 150 American women, games and learning resources.
Collection of resources addressing issues specific to women. Includes sections on women in business, women and computers, feminism, health and safety, lesbian visibility, motherhood and women in history.
An introduction to the life and works of Hildegard of Bingen, including a bibliography, discography and glossary. She produced major works of theology and visionary writings, wrote treatises about natural history and medicinal uses of plants, animals, trees and stones, and is the first composer whose biography is known.
Project aiming to collect, organise, and edit documents from around the world about Emma Goldman (1869
1940), the early radical feminist. Includes information about Goldman's life, and an overview of publications written about her. Also includes excerpts from the Emma Goldman travelling papers exhibition.
Documentary celebrating Kate Chopin's 'The Awakening', published in 1899. Now considered a valuable contribution to the women's movement in the 20th century, the novel was initially rejected and lost for over 50 years. Information includes transcripts, a chronology of events in Chopin's life, an interview with her grandson, articles about her work, and bibliographies of criticism.
Resources include teaching materials such as papers and study guides covering topics like women's spirituality, ancient social life, ancient and modern attitudes, gender and sexuality, and the status of women in ancient societies. Also features anthology essays, visual images, and material on biblical studies.
In conjunction with a film of the same name, this resource traces the lives of two key figures of the women's movement, considering their achievements and the position of women in society today. Presents interviews with women who remember suffrage, a series of articles addressing topics such as Quakers and 19th century reform, the cult of true womanhood, and the legal strategies of Susan B. Anthony, and historical documents detailing events such as the Seneca Falls Convention.
Offers biographies of prominent historical campaigners for women's suffrage in the USA. Also provides details of political campaigns and organisations which played a role in the enfranchisement of women.
RSLP funded mapping initiative to identify, and develop access to, women's history sources in the British Isles. Outlines the background to the project, a guide to useful Web resources in the area, and a listing of partner institutions.
The purpose of WSSLinks is to provide access to a wide range of resources in support of Women's Studies. It is organised into sections including art and film, culture and literature, education, history, lesbian sites, music, philosophy, politics, science and technology.
Information on medieval secular women writers, women in religious vocations and materials concerning women, including Marie de France, Margery Kempe, Julian of Norwich and Catherine of Siena.
Offers original articles and features about women's history, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources, compiled by a subject specialist, a subject
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include art and artists, aviation, inventors, literature, medicine, museums and collections, music, Native American women, photography, politics, religion, science and technology, slavery, sport, suffrage and women during wartime and in military organisations.
Collection of mini monographs, each of which presents an interpretive question concerning an aspect of women's involvement in US social movements. A set of corresponding documents accompanies each monograph, encouraging the user to perform their own historical analyses of events.
A bibliography of works by women in aesthetics, epistemology, ethics, logic, metaphysics and history of philosophy.
Notes and brief biographies of women in the field of mathematics from the first century until the present day.
Established to discover and explore the continuing role of women in the development of the American West. Features a gallery, an educational resource centre with recommended readings, lesson plans for teachers, excerpts from publications and a story quilt which offers tales of significant women in the American West.
Set of annotated links to online courses, course descriptions, tutorials, assignments, tests and other materials used in the teaching of women's studies.
Includes biographies of 35 women who played a prominent part in the struggle for equality, a database of written primary sources produced by, or about, these thirty
five women and a collection of visual images that reflect the different views on the emancipation of women. Includes cartoons from The Vote Magazine, Punch and Anti-Suffrage Postcards.
Aims to celebrate women and their positive, enduring contributions to humanity through the Living Legacy Awards.
Weekly column celebrating the life of six significant women who were born or achieved some significant milestone during that week. Includes women from many different countries, races and time periods. Includes links to additional web resources, and an archive of past columns.
Provides links to numerous individual composers such as Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Liszt, Brahms and to more general sites including women composers and a classical composers database.
Citations of print and online reference materials for women's history.
Provides an insight into women prominent in the foundations of librarianship. Offers a character profile, a career timeline, details of accomplishments, and a bibliography of publications for females including Susan Grey Akers, Theresa Hubble West Elmendorf, Hannah Logasa, Anne Carroll Moore, and Mary Wright Plummer.
A bibliography of resources about women philosophers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Includes Ann Bradstreet (1612
1672), Mary Astell (1666 - 1731) and Mary Wollstonecraft (1759 - 1797).
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