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Websites for Feminism & Women's Studies

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American Women – Library of Congress

A guide to the Library of Congress' collections in women's history and culture. For online resources, see Searching American Memory and Searching Online Exhibitions.

Barnard Center for Research on Women

Access the web journal Scholar & Feminist Online, as well as online exhibits of digitized, feminist materials from Barnard’s collection.

Center for Women Policy Studies -- Publications

Reports, data, and policy papers on issues that affect women’s lives, such as work and family, poverty, AIDS, and reproductive rights.

Civil War Women: Primary Sources

Diaries, letters, documents, photographs and prints from the archival collections of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture at Duke University.

DIOTIMA: Women and Gender in the Ancient World

Essays, images, course materials and a collection of primary sources on women and gender in the ancient Mediterranean world.

Documents from the Women’s Liberation Movement

Digitized texts from the Special Collections Library at Duke University focus on the radical origins of the feminist movement in the late 60’s and early 70’s.

Feminism & Women’s Studies

Articles and other resources on activism, gender and sexuality, health, history, theory, and workplace issues.

Global Women's Rights– Feminist Majority Foundation

Information on abortion, female genital mutilation, the global gag rule, and human trafficking. Also includes fact sheets on global women’s rights and personal stories from women around the world about trying to access family planning and reproductive health services.

Journal of International Women’s Studies

An open access, peer reviewed journal that focuses on feminist theory and activism.

Sophia Smith Collection

Digital collections from the Women's History Archives at Smith College include family papers, transcripts of oral histories and collections of papers of 20th century progressive activists.

Women’s History Resources from the National Archives

Links to selected web sites from the Archives Library Information Center (ALIC). Topics include African-American women, politics and women, primary documents and images, women's suffrage, and women in the military.

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