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  1. Discovering the Treasures of a Godly Woman: Proverbs 31 (A Woman After God's Own Heart®) by Elizabeth George, 2003-03-01
  2. A Woman After God's Heart (Women of the Word Bible Study) by Eadie Goodboy, 2010-03-28
  3. NKJV The Woman's Study Bible: Second Edition by Thomas Nelson, 2010-09-21
  4. Managing Your Moods (Women of Faith Study Guide Series) by Thomas Nelson, 2004-04-08
  5. Over the Top: Discover God's Extravagant Love (Women of Faith Study Guide Series) by Women of Faith, 2010-02-09
  6. Experiencing Peace: With God You Can Live Beyond Fear (Women of Faith Study Guide Series) by Women of Faith, 2010-02-09
  7. The Women of Faith Message Bible by Women of Faith, 2008-02-05
  8. Social Origins of Depression: A study of psychiatric disorder in women
  9. Making the Most of Your Resources: How Do I Manage My Time, Energy, and Money? (Women of Faith Study Guide Series) by Women of Faith, 2009-02-10
  10. Adventurous Prayer (Women of Faith Study Guide Series) by Thomas Nelson, 2003-04-17
  11. Why So Slow? The Advancement of Women by Virginia Valian, 1999-02-05
  12. Courageous Generosity: A Bible Study for Women on Heroic Sacrifice (Courageous Studies for Women) by Stacy Mitch, 2009-11-16
  13. The Companion Guide For Lies Women Believe by Nancy Leigh DeMoss, 2006-01-01
  14. The American Women's Movement: A Brief History with Documents (The Bedford Series in History and Culture) by Nancy MacLean, 2008-08-30

61. Reading Room, Women's Studies Database - University Of Maryland
Provides the etext for the poems contained within the anthology, Renascence and Other Poems.
Edna St.Vincent Millay
blight ... Reference Room This page is maintained by MITH Staff.
Questions, comments, and/or suggestions should be directed to
Last modified Wednesday, November 3, 2004

62. Kvinnforsk - Senter For Kvinneforskning Og Kvinner I Forskning (Universitetet I
Information about activities, reports and staff.
Senter for kvinneforskning og kvinner i forskning
Women'sWorlds 99 P roceedings and Report
Women'sWorld 2002

Women'sWorlds 2005
- Seoul - Call for Papers!
About us: Contact information Staff Steering committee Tone Bleie Associate Professor II News Honorary Doctor:
Nawal El Saadawi

Speach by Randi Rønning Balsvik
Kilden website for Norwegian women and gender research Join our mailinglist Activities: Women's Research Marathon Seminar in Feminist Theory NUFU Gender Seminar Resources: Kompetansekatalog Kvinnforsks Occasional Papers Strategimidler Infoskriv ... Postliste Debates: Hva skjer med sentrene?
MENS VI VENTER..........................

Links: Women and gender studies Research and education Reference Search stations and indexes
Latest updating: October 2 2003

63. Women's Studies
Maintained by the women's studies Program. Resource page with links and calendar information regarding women's studies in Kentucky.
Women's Studies at Lexington Community College
Women's Studies Coordinator: Lori Houghton-Estes
South Campus 219
Off. # 257-4872 X 4076
Area Coordinator: Andy Ball
Division Phone: 257-4872 X 4002
Division Office: AT 101
Division Secretary: Nancy Dixon

WS 200: Introduction to Women's Studies in the Social Sciences
An introduction to women's studies from a social science perspective, using a cross-cultural and interdisciplinary approach. Introduces students to social science explanations for sex-typed behavior, to social perceptions of women and men and to the roles of women in social and cultural life.
WS201: Introduction to Women's Studies in the Arts and Humanities An introduction to women's history in work, family and creative production. This course presents a set of organizing ideas for examining issues and problems of women in contemporary society and gives students opportunities for writing, interviewing and discussing issues of gender, class and race from an interdisciplinary point of view. It introduces students to the basic methods of humanistic inquiry in general and humanistic women's studies in particular.

64. Women's Studies / Women's Issues Resource Sites
Annotated listing of informationrich web sites offering resources for women's studies or women's issues. Fifteen topical sub-sections to aid searches.
Women's Studies / Women's Issues Resource Sites
Women's Studies / Women's Issues Resource Sites is a selective, annotated, highly acclaimed listing of web sites containing resources and information about women's studies / women's issues, with an emphasis on sites of particular use to an academic women's studies program. If you're looking for sites on a specific women-focused topic, you may prefer to use the following subject sections rather than scroll through the all-inclusive alphabetical listing (the "last updated" sections are marked Last updated: September 2, 2005
Because the all-inclusive alphabetical listing now has more than 700 annotated entries, I have split it into four parts to speed downloading time:
Sites beginning A - E
Sites beginning F - L Sites beginning M - V Sites beginning W - Z Please send corrections and additions to: Joan Korenman . However

65. Index
This guide is sorted by discipline and topic. Maintained by the women's studies Department at Northern Arizona University.
Why Women's Studies?

Program Information and Faculty

Major and Minor in Women's Studies

Graduate Certificate

Current Course Offerings

Next Semester's Courses

Past Semesters' Courses

Course Descriptions
Women's Studies links
The Women's Studies Program is located in the Ashurst Building (Bldg 11), Room 101. The part-time faculty office is in Ashurst 102. Ashurst is on North Campus, next to Old Main. Mailing Address: Women's Studies Program Box 5695 Northern Arizona University Flagstaff, AZ 86011 Phone: Fax: Email: Womens.Studies@NAU.EDU
Email questions or comments regarding the site to Site by Cynthia Anne Simmons.Teri Dillion, Ben Wyss and Kelli Holloran ©Northern Arizona University, Women's Studies Department, 2005.

66. Secondhand Books By Or About Women
Secondhand books by or about women, including art, biographies, health, lesbian, and women's studies.
Alternatives Women's Books.
If you can read this text, your browser does not support frames. To access the pages of this website, go to the contents list and click the respective links. contents

67. The University Of Wisconsin Press Home Page
Publishes books and journals especially anthropology, literature, rhetoric, African studies, film studies, history, political science, and women's studies.
Lowering the Bar
Lawyer Jokes and Legal Culture
Marc Galanter
Wisconsin's Great Lakes Shipwrecks
Wisconsin Historical Society
See other titles from the Wisconsin Historical Society Press
How I Escaped
And Other Misadventures of a Hollywood Writer-Producer
William Froug
Popular Press

Kings in Their Castles Photographs of Queer Men at Home Tom Atwood Foreword by Charles Kaiser a Terrace Book Invasive Plants of the Upper Midwest An Illustrated Guide to Their Identification and Control Elizabeth J. Czarapata The Art of Truth-Telling about Authoritarian Rule Edited by Ksenija Bilbija, Jo Ellen Fair, Cynthia E. Milton, and Leigh A. Payne This Tender Place The Story of a Wetland Year Laurie Lawlor Summer Sale 2005 Deep discounts through September 30, 2005 Poetry submissions due by 9/30/05 more information Useful links: Search Award winners Backlist Desk or examination copy ... Elizabeth A. Steinberg Prize

68. Feminism And Women's Studies: Welcome
Categorized links to women's studies and feminist works.
@import url(; @import url(; @import url(; Skip to content. EServer Feminism Home
Feminism and Women's Studies
Search Sections Navigation Home About Academic Programs Activism Gender and Sexuality Health History Links to Other Sites Theory Workplace
This welcome page is used to introduce you to the Feminism and Women's Studies site. Activism Explores feminist activism and the way organizations are using feminism in the real world. Links Select websites relevant to feminism and Women's Studies. Gender and Sexuality Explores the issues surrounding gender and sexuality, especially where feminism is concerned. Programs Links to Women's Studies programs at colleges and universities. Health Provides information on various women's health topics. Theory Covers a variety of academic topics concerned with feminism and women's studies. History Sites that chronicle important benchmarks in the history of Women's Studies.

69. Gender, Literature, And Art: D.G. Rossetti
A guide with many external links, from Dr. Kathleen L. Nichols, Professor of English and Coordinator of women's studies at Pittsburg State University. Concentrates on Dante and Christina Rossetti, and has a section on illustrators and photographers associated with the PRB.
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70. WSSLinks: Archival Sites For Women's Studies
Association of College and Resource Libraries women's studies Section. Archival Sites for women's studies, developed and maintained by the WSS Collection Development Committee
Women's Studies Section
Archival Sites for Women's Studies
Welcome to Archival Sites for Women's Studies, part of WSSLinks , developed and maintained by the
Women's Studies Section
of the Association of College and Research Libraries Northeast Southeast Southwest ... Outside the U.S.
Alverno College Archives
Guide to the archives of this Milwaukee, Wisconsin Catholic College for women.
American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Archives
Guide to holdings of records of this archive in Park Ridge, Illinois, and to records related to nurse anesthetists or to other organizations.
American Library Association Archives
Guide to the non-current ALA Archives maintained by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Includes some records of the Women's Studies Section and Committee on Status of Women in Librarianship.
Archives of Women in Theological Scholarship at Union Theological Seminary, New York
Collection of personal papers, oral histories, and scholarly work of feminist scholars, clergy, and laywomen including faculty and alumnae of the Seminary.

71. Index
A page about the author and her random interests such as Ani DiFranco, women's studies and dance.
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72. Women's Studies For Pre-Teens
A discussion on resources for preteens from the WMST-L discussion list.
Women's Studies for Pre-Teens
The following discussion of Women's Studies for teens and pre-teens took place on WMST-L in March 1999. Of related interest may be the 2-part file Growing Up Female in Fiction and Film . For additional WMST-L files now available on the Web, see the WMST-L File List
Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1999 08:56:16 -0500
Subject: WS for pre-teens We have been asked to prepare a one-day women's studies seminar/workshop for a group of 12/13-year-olds and have no idea where to begin. We're looking for any and all suggestions ranging from what to teach to how to teach it to this age group (male and female together). Videos? Suitable readings? Topics we shouldn't broach? Any advice at all is welcome. Thanks, Linda Driscoll Women's Studies Department, Trent University, Peterborough, ON ldriscoll @
Date: Wed, 17 Mar 1999 07:57:16 -0800
Subject: WS for pre-teens WOW! That is such a great idea I cannot believe I did not think of it before! I want to do a teen women studies class...that is a great idea. You could use Ann Simonton's videos about WOmen and the Media...she is at

73. Lesbian Ethics Beginning Remarks
By Sarah Lucia Hoagland, from women's studies International Forum, Vol. 11 No. 6, 1988, pp. 531544

The bibliographies have been prepared by librarians, women's studies faculty members, graduate students in library and information studies, staff members of the women's studies Librarian's Office, and others.
This is a series of bibliographies published by the University of Wisconsin System Women's Studies Librarian's Office. The bibliographies have been prepared by librarians, women's studies faculty members, graduate students in library and information studies, staff members of the Women's Studies Librarian's Office, and others. In addition to the bibliographies available electronically here, there are older bibliographies available in print versions only. Single print copies of most are free upon request. See the list of materials in stock

75. Russian Feminism Resources | Ðîññèéñêèé ôåìèíèçì: Home Page
A directory of online resources about Russian women, women's studies and the women's movement in the former Soviet Union.


This directory is dedicated to everyone who has typed "Russian women" into a search engine and screamed at the resulting torrent of porn and matchmaking. Those sites are specifically excluded from this directory. Russian Feminism Resources
Ïóòåâîäèòåëü ïî ñåòåâûì ðåñóðñàì î ðîññèéñêèõ æåíùèíàõ è æåíñêîì äâèæåíèè â Ðîññèè. A directory of resources about Russian women, women's studies, and the women's movement in Russia.
Russian Cyberfeminism

Russian women embrace entrepreneurial spirit Chicago Tribune, September 7, 2001 su.feminism íîâàÿ ýõîêîíôåðåíöèÿ â FIDOnet Books and reading lists in English
Woman Plus
magazine We-Myi: The Women's Dialogue bilingual feminist magazine
We/Ìû: Äèàëîã æåíùèí
Cyber-Femin-Club in St. Petersburg
database of Russian women's groups Resources in English

literature, film, cyber, art, crafts... employment, rights, marriage, violence, harassment, prostitution, trafficking... Health reproductive health, abortion, family planning, STDs, healthcare... Politics politicians, parties, elections...

76. ACRL WSS Core Lists In Women's Studies
These Core Lists of books in women's studies are intended to assist women's studies librarians and collection development librarians in building women's studies collections. Because the lists include only books currently in print, they also serve as a guide to teaching faculty in selecting available course readings. The focus of the lists is on women in the United States. Each list consists of 20 to 75 titles, and the most important five to ten titles are starred.
Core Lists in Women's Studies
The 2004 Core Lists Updates are in the new Women's Studies Core Books database:
General Editors:
Cynthia Johnson
and Carrie Kruse Sponsored by:
Women's Studies Section
, Collection Development Committee Distributed by:
University of Wisconsin System
Women's Studies Librarian's Office
430 Memorial Library
728 State Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
email: Email the Librarian January 2003 These Core Lists of books in women's studies are intended to assist women's studies librarians and collection development librarians in building women's studies collections. Because the lists include only books currently in print, they also serve as a guide to teaching faculty in selecting available course readings. The focus of most of the lists is on women in the United States. Each list consists of 20 to 75 titles, and the most important five to ten titles are starred. The lists are updated each January. Titles no longer in print are dropped, and newly published titles added. These lists are compiled by the Women's Studies Section

77. Indiana University Press Journals - Hypatia
The only journal for scholarly research at the intersection of philosophy and women's studies. Edited by Hilde Lindemann Nelson, and published by the Indiana University Press. Contents and sample articles available.
Home Books Journals Books Search ... Submissions
This journal is available on Project Muse.
A Journal of Feminist Philosophy To subscribe, click here
For single issues, click here
For single articles, click here Hilde Lindemann, Editor
ISSN: 0887-5367 The only journal for scholarly research at the intersection of philosophy and women's studies, Hypatia , which is published four times a year, is a leader in reclaiming the work of women philosophers. Its combination of scholarly excellence and feminist engagement has won the approval of readers and critics alike. It is an indispensable tool for anyone interested in the rapidly expanding and developing scholarship in feminist philosophy, providing the best single access to the latest research. Calls for Papers for upcoming Special Issues Subscribe to Hypatia (four issues a year): Individual US Rate Individual Surface Mail Individual Air Mail Individual US Rate, Two Years (USA) Institutional US Rate Institutional Foreign Surface Institutional Foreign Air Mail For other prices (such as Institution or Individual Foreign Air Mail, Two Years) call 1-800-842-6796 or email

78. FeMiNa
Annotated links to education sites for, by, and about women, including resources for women's studies and women of various age groups.
get listed here
Digital Woman

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PowerTools for Women

Women...grab your PowerTools and make your success!
Webgrrls International

The Women's Tech Knowledge Connection!

Informing, Inspiring and Celebrating Women - The voices of women
  • Beyond Traditional College Age Colleges K-12 Libraries ... TeleCampus - Find online courses offered by US and Canadian schools and universities at this site. (French/English) American Association of University Women - A national organization that promotes education and equity for all women and girls with a wealth of articles and resources. Sites For Teachers - A directory of sites of interest to teachers. Educating - Educating is a national site for girls, their parents and educators dedicated to girls' self-esteem, self-awareness, and involvement in the world.  NickNacks - Nancy Schubert's primary goal is to encourage telecollaboration among educators and students around the world through this project oriented site. H-Women Discussion Group - Scholarly discussion to communicate current research and teaching interests, to test new ideas and to share comments on current historiography.

79. Hilary M. Lips, Director: Center For Gender Studies
Psychology Professor, Director, author of several books, numerous research articles and national, international lecturer and consultant at Radford University
Center for Gender Studies Center Director: Hilary M. Lips, Ph.D The Center for Gender Studies seeks to create a resource for and a model of excellence in gender-related teaching and research. The research and dissemination activities of the center provide important internships for teaching students about gender. Students receive training in conducting research on issues where gender is, or is suspected to be, a major factor. Through the activities of the center, opportunities for "learning through doing" are provided to undergraduate and graduate students. The center also provides a resource for information about gender issues and research to other departments and to the extra-university community. Scholarship*
A New Psychology of Women, Third Edition Women, Men and Power *To review the on-line version of Dr. Lips' scholarship and academic career, visit the C.V. pages of her RU web site.
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Dr. Hilary Lips, Professor and Chair:

80. Feminist Pioneer
Received one of the first doctorates awarded for work in women's studies, and helped found one of the country's first programs. The author of numerous books and articles as well as a nationallyknown lecturer.
Feminist Pioneer
Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner
in performance and lecture
History comes to life as you enter another time and participate in this memorable performance and lecture.
Controversial issues of social justice, relevant in the 19th century, engage as if new. Sally Roesch Wagner biography
Matilda Joslyn Gage

Elizabeth Cady Stanton

The Gift of Native Women
From "The Captain's Log" at Christopher Newport University
becomes as fresh as today’s headlines when veteran women’s studies professor Sally Roesch Wagner takes the stage or podium. The struggle of social activists to create a just and free society resonates anew, enlightening and inspiring audiences of all ages to carry on the work. Drawing on her 30-year career as scholar and performer, Dr. Wagner presents a spellbinding new way of looking at history, engaging audiences from kindergarten to senior citizens, in venues ranging from college campuses to state legislatures. Through years of impeccable research and a dazzling stage presence, Dr. Wagner brings her characters to life with “as close an approximation as years of study can make possible,” according to the former Chair of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Your campus can join the more than 100 colleges and universities where Sally Roesch Wagner has lectured and performed to raves, leaving your students with a changed perspective and a renewed commitment to work toward an inclusive democracy in the United States of America.

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