Women’s Studies

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Women’s Suffrage and Voting in the U.S.
Women’s History Month Quiz
Women’s History Month Quiz – Answers

Women’s Suffrage and Voting in the U.S.


American Women: A Library of Congress Guide for the Study of Women’s History and Culture in the United States, which was published in December 2001 by the Library of Congress in cooperation with the University Press of New England.
American Women: A Guide to Women’s History Resources at the Library of Congress

American Women: Resources from the American Folklife Center

American Women: Resources from the General Collections

American Women: Resources from the Geography and Map Collections

American Women: Resources from the Law Library

American Women: Resources from the Manuscript Collections

American Women: Resources from the Moving Image Collections

American Women: Resources from the Performing Arts Collections

American Women: Resources from the Prints & Photographs Collections

American Women: Resources from the Rare Book and Special Collections

American Women: Resources from the Recorded Sound Collections

American Women: Resources from the Serial & Government Publications Collections

American Women: Topical Essays
CHC Alumnae – Blogs
Logue Library salutes 1966 Alumna – Naval Captain Kathleen Bruyere USN
Logue Library would like to salute two CHC Alumnae: Kathleen McNulty Antonelli and Frances Spence 
Topics Regarding Women…
NPR Women’s Topics
Ms. Magazine
“American Women: Guide to Women’s History Resources Published,” by Robin Rausch

Topics in Women’s History
Discovering American Women’s History Online – More than 700 digital collections searchable though an interactive map.
Chronology of the Equal Rights Amendment – from the National Organization for Women
Distinguished Women Past & Present
Feminae: Medieval Women & Gender Index
National Women’s History Project
Places Where Women Made History – National Register of Historic Places
Sisters of St. Joseph – History
Susan B. Anthony resources
The Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America – Thousands of materials for the study of women, gender and society.
Women in World History – from George Mason University
Women Working 1870-1930 – This collection consists of thousands of fully-digitized versions of books, pamphlets, manuscripts, and trade catalogs. There are also 1,100 photographs from Harvard’s libraries, archives and museums, focusing on women’s roles in U.S. economy between the early 19th century and the Great Depression.
Women’s History – from the WWW Virtual Library
Women & Gender Studies resources – from Rutgers University
Global Issues & Activism
Association for Women’s Rights in Development
Human Right’s Watch – Women
Human Rights Watch – more topics concerning women
Inter-American Commission of Women – from the Organization of American States
Third World Network – Women & Gender issues
UN Women
Women Watch – United Nations Inter-Agency Network on Women and Gender Equality
More Women’s Rights Organizations
Famous Women’s Rights Activists
Top 100 Women’s Activists & Campaigners – From the Guardian
NY Times Articles: Women Activists
NY Times Topics: Women’s Rights
Teaching Women’s Studies
National Women’s History Museum Educational Resources
American Association of Political Consultants
American Political Science Association
Women in the Arts & Literature
African American Women Writers of the 19th Century – from the NY Public Library
A Celebration of Women Writers – a UPENN digital library
International Alliance for Women in Music
The World’s Women Online
Victorian Women Writers Project – biographical info from Indiana University
Women Come to the Front – WWII Women journalists, photographers & broadcasters
Women in Architecture & Interior Design
Women in Business
Office of Women’s Business Ownership – from the U.S. Small Business Administration
Women in Unions – from AFSCME, public service employees union
Working Mother – Mom-friendly employment
Women’s Health
Women’s Health . gov
Women in Mathematics & the Sciences
4000 Years of Women in Science – from the University of Pennsylvania Museum
Biographies of Women Mathematicians – from Agnes Scott College
Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics
More biographies
Women in Biology
Women of NASA
Title IX
Title IX, Education Amendments of 1972 – from the US Dept. of Labor
Title IX Info – from the Margaret Fund of the National Women’s Law Center
What is Title IX ? – from the University of California
Title IX Fast Facts -from the National Center for Education Statistics