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, the discussion group on women, is part of the Humanities Network. You can subscribe to on-line discussions and search the discussion logs for previous topics. This is a super site with a compilation of bibliographies, syllabi, reviews of scholarly books, and links to other sites.
Women and Social Movements in the United States
, 1600-2000 (over 2400 primary documents on the website of the State University of New York at Binghamton).
Center for the Historical Study of Women and Gender
at Binghamton, which is a continuation of the previous listing.
Gerri Gribi’s Site
provides you with links to women’s studies programs (and to searchable lists of women’s studies programs) and women’s centers. Gribi also has material on folk music (she’s an historian and folk musician), African-American history, Appalachian studies, and curriculum plans for primary and secondary schools.
provides indices for researching “women’s, men’s, and gender resources” on the WWW.
Sophia Smith Collection
at Smith College is "an internationally recognized repository of manuscripts, photographs, periodicals and other primary sources in women's history."
Berkshire Conference on the History of Women
The Minerva Center
Supports the Study of Women in War & Women and the Military (includes links to H-Minerva discussion group, bibliographies on women and war, and other searchable resources on women and military issues).
Documents from the Women’s Liberation Movement
(at Duke University)
Chicago Women’s Liberation Union
(1969-77) provides historical material, including photos, art, music, memoirs, and other archival materials.
Links to spiritualism.
(part of Swarthmore’s Peace Collection).
Margaret Sanger Papers Project
(on the NYU site)
Diotima: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World
Women and Politics
Women in National Parliaments
The Inter-Parliamentary Union keeps an updated list of the number of women in national parliaments.
International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance
(International IDEA) provides great international statistics and academic articles on women's political participation.
Worldwide Guide to Women in Leadership
has great historical records of women who have occupied such positions as heads of government, foreign ministers, ambassadors, party leaders, and chairs of parliament.
Center for American Women and Politics
(CAWP) at Rutgers keeps updated statistics on women in the U.S. Congress and statewide elected office as well as women running for office and historical information.
began to make waves on the U.S. electoral scene in the mid-1980s by providing much-needed campaign funding to progressive, pro-choice women candidates. It is now the country's largest political action committee and the largest funder of federal candidates since 1994.
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton
There are currently 13 women in the U.S. Senate including our own NY Senator.
Senator Catharine M. Young
The Allegany-Olean area is also represented by women at the state level.
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