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  1. The Power of a Praying® Woman Bible: Prayer and Study Helps by Stormie Omartian by Stormie Omartian, 2006-09-01
  2. Study Guide for Maternity & Women's Health Care by Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk RNCPhDFAAN, Shannon E. Perry RNCNSPhDFAAN, 2007-02-23
  3. The Politics of Heaven: Women, Gender, and Empire in the Study of Paul (Paul in Critical Contexts) by Joseph A. Marchal, 2008-10-01
  4. Man and Woman, One in Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Paul's Letters by Philip Barton Payne, 2009-11-17
  5. Women of the New Testament (Lifeguide Bible Studies) by Phyllis J. Le Peau, 2003-01-14
  6. Knowing Woman: A Feminine Psychology by Irene de Castillejo, 1997-01-21
  7. A Woman’s Guide to Joyful Living: A Personal Study of Philippians (Woman's Guides) by Rhonda H. Kelley, 2003-01-01
  8. Finding Freedom from a Broken Past: How do I let go? (Women of Faith Study Guide Series) by Women of Faith, 2008-04-08
  9. Becoming a Woman of Prayer by Cynthia Heald, 2005-06-30
  10. A Woman After God's Own Heart® by Elizabeth George, 2006-07-01
  11. The Remarkable Women of the Bible Growth and Study Guide: And Their Message for Your Life Today (Growth and Study Guides) by Elizabeth George, 2003-08-15
  12. Becoming the Woman God Wants Me to Be: A 90-Day Guide to Living the Proverbs 31 Life by Donna Partow, 2008-06-01
  13. King James Study Bible for Women by Thomas Nelson, 2002-02
  14. The Woman's Study Bible: Opening The Word Of God To Women by Thomas Nelson, 1998-08-15

81. The Suppressed Histories Archives
International women's studies priestesses, witch hunts, women drummers, weavers, liberators, indigenous history, racism and patriarchy in Max Dashu's articles and slide series.
Suppressed Histories Articles Suppressed Histories Series Catalog New! T-shirts Upcoming Events Women's Power Liberators Racism, History and Lies ...
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are welcome. The lineal descent of the People of the Five Nations shall run in the female line. Women shall be considered Progenitors of the Nation. They shall own the land and the soil. Men and women shall follow the status of their mothers." Law of the Iroquois Confederation
"Women were not formerly immured in houses and dependent on husbands and relatives. They used to go about freely, enjoying themselves as they pleased best." -Pandu in the Mahabharata "Descendence from the woman, descendence from the woman is ended. But descendence from the woman is better than sterility, and sterility is better than an evil child."

82. Synopses GU Test2
A onewoman stage show on modern dance founder Isadora Duncan featuring actress Lisa Bansavage designed for women's studies, Women's History Month.
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LISA BANSAVAGE portrays the
Mother of Modern Dance * in * Isadora,
American Legend by Jerry James and Ann Beigel
New York actress Lisa Bansavage stars in Isadora, American Legend , the triumphant story of a maverick feminist and visionary artist whose unwavering sense of aesthetics and social justice defied contemporary artistic and political conventions. Isadora Duncan (1877-1927) revolutionized the world of dance with a creative approach that opened the way for individual expression in this most tradition-bound of the performing arts. Her sexual openness and unabashed reverence for the female body scandalized a puritanical public while establishing her as a heroine to those who recognized the implications of her daring innovations. Isadora, American Legend is a riveting enactment of how one woman overcame family problems, personal tragedy and professional obstacles to win universal acclaim as the Mother of Modern Dance.
“Lisa Bansavage: Your performance of Isadora, American Legend

83. Social Studies School Service Women's History Index
Lessons from activity books and reviews of materials to bring women's history into the classroom; for use during women's History Month, from Social studies School Service.
September 17, 2005
: Total: U.S. History
World History
Posters Email Address: Library Catalog Kits and MARC Records Women's History The Women's Rights Movement: The United States Excerpts from ABC news broadcasts, documentary film clips, and lively commentary trace the women’s movement from the colonies through the 20th century. Women: Changing Roles, Enduring Issues Lesson titles: "Women in a Frontier Society," "The Struggle for Equal Rights," "Women, Family, and Work." Part of the U.S. History: The Way We Saw It in Illustration and Art–Additional Packets series. Women and Girls in the Middle Ages Vibrantly illustrated on durable semi-gloss paper, this handsome paperback comes loaded with reader appeal. Part of the set Medieval World The Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention A pleasure to hold and peruse, this book captures a seminal moment in the story of America. Part of the set Landmark Events in American History Articles/Features
  • View a list of primary sources from the CD-ROM Women in America
  • View brief descriptions, ordering information, and full-screen (640 x 480 resolution) sample images of

84. Matan - îúï - îëåï úåøðé ìðùéí ò"ù ùøä áú éöç÷ éò
Offers Bat Mitzvah, adult education, and English summer programs in Israel covering Talmud, Bible and Jewish thought. Features a Parsha page and Jewish studies links.

85. Alternative Data Sources For Women's Work In Agriculture -
Examines gathering of statistical data and the conduct of research studies on all issues related to women in agricultural development.
Alternative data sources for women's work in agriculture Agenda Item No. 9 ASIA AND PACIFIC COMMISSION ON AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS FIFTEENTH SESSION
Manila, Philippines, 24-28 October 1994 APCAS/94/9
September 1994 Contents Introduction References

86. Minsk Gender Center
Affiliated with women's NonState College ENVILA, and concerned with carrying out research in women's and gender issues.
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Minsk Center for Gender Studies was established at Women's Non-State College "ENVILA". The Head of the Center is Irina Tchikalova (M.A. in Women's Studies, York University, Ph.D in History, BSU).The Mission of the Center is research, education, information and consulting activity in the area of gender problems and defending the legal rights of women. Affiliated with ENVILA, the Center is concerned with carrying out research in topical women's and gender issues. The Center applies up-to-date techniques and develops its research base. It also encourages students' involvement in scientific and research work. One of the main objectives of the Center is introducing Women's Studies and Gender Studies courses as a part of the University curricula. Among the courses the Center introduced for teaching from 1998/99 academic year, are: The Introduction to Gender Studies History of Women's Movement and Feminist Philosophy Sociology of Gender Representation of Women in the Arts The Representation of Sex in Religious Systems . The Center would appreciate the possibility to host professors from the country and abroad for short visits to deliver lectures in above mentioned fields and others. Such short intensive lecturing visits will form the beginning of further collaboration - from joint research projects to curriculum development.
The Center focuses on the unequality of women in the society and is working on bringing changes into the women's lives in Belarus. The Center cooperates with the Centers for Gender Studies in Charkov, Kiev, Moscow, St. Petersburg as well as with women's non-government organizations worldwide.

87. Emory Women's Mental Health Program | Treatment Of Emotional Disorders During Pr
Focussing on the evaluation and treatment of emotional disorders during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Includes archive of articles covering a range of studies carried out into pregnancy related mood disorders.
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. The clinical program is complemented by both clinical and laboratory research into the causes of these conditions and their treatment. Please use the above links to learn more about our program, access additional information, download forms, learn about our ongoing studies, and find our contact information. Featured Question What can I do to help maintain my health during pregnancy and after childbirth?
Featured Articles A Mother's Secret
Vogue Magazine, September 2001
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At birth, placed on...
Which is More Toxic to a Fetus: Antidepressants Or Maternal Depression?
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88. Fantasy Art Galleries By Animals Divine Author And Illustrator, Lisa Hunt
women's and mythological studies, featuring fantasy artwork and paintings of celestial goddesses.
The Art of Lisa Hunt
Through her art and writings Lisa Hunt has rendered archetypal imagery in a distinctive and contemporary style. Lisa's vibrant and detailed images of magical beings and the realms they inhabit have appeared in numerous publications. Her artwork interweaves the real with the ethereal, it blends elements in such a manner as to evoke a dreamlike, meditative quality. It is her mission to elicit a sense of wonder with her art; to help individuals to connect with a deeper part of their being.
Be sure to visit the new site showcasing her latest tarot deck, on sale now!
The Animals Divine Tarot Website

"I feel passionate about what I do. I live and breathe what resonates in my soul. I am on a perpetual quest to articulate visually what lies deep within my unconscious realms. It is my goal to create thought provoking work that invigorates contemplative thought."
So sit back, relax and enjoy your virtual journey through the fantastical images of Lisa Hunt's imagination!

89. School Of Library And Information Studies - Storytell List
Mailing list hosted by the School of Library and Information studies at Texas women's University.
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STORYTELL Discussion List
STORYTELL Directions General Info Welcome! STORYTELL, sponsored by the School of Library and Information Studies at Texas Woman's University in Denton, Texas is a forum for discussion about storytelling. All persons interested in storytelling are invited to participate: professional storytellers, amateur storytellers, people concerned with the rich history of storytelling, people who enjoy listening to stories, and those who speculate about the place of storytelling in the 21st century. The list reflects viewpoints from around the world of issues and topics concerning the storytelling community. STORYTELL serves as a source of information on conferences, workshops and events as well as a place to ask (and answer) questions about the origins and variations of stories, the business of storytelling, or organization of storytelling events. STORYTELL has more than 500 subscribers worldwide, so subscribers receive a lot of mail, as many as 40-80 e-mail messages every day! Read your e-mail frequently. Set the option to receive STORYTELL in

90. Educational Pathways To Power - Hilary Lips' New Zealand Lectures
An address by Hilary Lips recipient of the New Zealand Federation of University women's Distinguished American Scholar Award - and distributed by Radford University's Center for Gender studies.
NZFUW President Dorothy Meyer:
Opening Remarks, Introductions
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Opening Address: 2000 and Beyond: Women in Education
Mid-Term Council Meeting of the New Zealand Federation of University Women
February 19, 1999
Hilary M. Lips Let me begin by saying how very pleased and honored I am to be here and to be a part of the process of looking at the very important issues surrounding women in education. I offer my thanks to Dorothy Meyer, who spearheaded this visit, and to all of you for your hospitality.
Two years ago, a young woman in my social psychology class wrote a short essay in response to my assignment to write something about "violating a social norm". Here is a portion of what she wrote: During my second semester ... I chose my major as chemistry/Pre-pharmacy, not realizing that I was going against the "rules" of what men and women should study. I am young, female, and fairly attractive. For some reason, people find it amazing that I chose my field of study, and even hold it against me.

91. Rosenthal Center - Research Projects
Columbia University's NIH/Complementary Medicine center for women's Health research, clinical trials and projects. Projects include the following areas. Menopausal Hot Flashes Effect of a Chinese Herbal Preparation on hormones, estrogen balance, lipid levels and hot flashes; clinical trials treating uterine fibroids and symptoms with Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture. Surveys on the multiethnic perspective of Chinese, Caucasian, Latino, and African American women using herbs in treating women's health problems. Studies
Research Projects
The Center's research program includes a spectrum of research methodologies and approaches, including survey research, clinical trials, basic science, ethnobotanical studies and information science research. The work to date has focused primarily on women's health and aging, with an emphasis on botanical remedies from traditional systems of medicine. There are no clinical projects currently recruiting
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Ongoing projects are briefly described, along with information on whether the project is currently recruiting participants, and the status of the project: Completed and Published; Completed - awaiting publication; Ongoing; Newly Initiated; Pilot Project. Collaborating bodies, funding sources and affiliations are also supplied. Survey Research

92. Midreshet Lindenbaum - Home Page
Advanced institute for women's Jewish studies, providing courses in both Hebrew and English. Students create personalized study courses and learn cooperatively.
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Streaming video of timely insights into the weekly Torah portion "How We Change: Paradigms of Teshuvah," by Mrs. Sally Mayer Putting a Price on Freedom Yad L'isha Legal Aid Center and Hotline Advocates Win Revolutionary Precedent in Civil Court. More... Read the Jewish Week article, " Their Enthusiasm is Contagious ," about our Midreshet Darkaynu program. "Khaki Skirts" : Read the Maariv article (in Hebrew) about Midreshet Lindenbaum's
revolutionary Hadas program for women [English Translation] "A Hesder Yeshiva for Girls, Too" Read Yair Sheleg's feature article on OTS's Hadas Program in the Israeli Haaretz newspaper. English Hebrew Previous Articles OTS Winter/Spring 2005 ... Help us update our alumnae database If you are an alumna who would like to join the alumnae e-mail list , please email

93. United Seminary - Spencer Library
Over 75,000 volumes in New Brighton, Minnesota. Specialized holdings include American Indian studies, Religion and the Arts, women's and Gay/Lesbian studies, and Liberation Theologies.
Dale Dobias
, Assistant Director of the Library
Penny Truax
, Library Assistant Site Map Need Help? Contact Us Home

94. Untitled Document
Louisiana State University undergraduate program. Includes descriptions of courses and faculty list.
The Website for Women's and Gender Studies at Lousiana State University has moved to:

95. FHI - Case Studies Of Two Women's Health Projects In Bolivia
Many women suffer from poor health in Bolivia, where rates of fertility and maternal mortality are among the highest in Latin America.
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    Media Center This case study, the second in a series on women-centered health programs prepared for FHI's Women's Studies Project, profiles two programs in Bolivia: La Casa de la Mujer in Santa Cruz and the Kumar Warmi (Health Woman) clinic operated by the Centro de Informacion y Desarrollo de la Mujer (CIDEM) in El Alto. Both programs involve women in the design and delivery of health care, and both offer health care as one of an array of services designed to improve women's quality of life. The La Casa program is action-oriented and works to empower women as individuals and to build solidarity among women from all classes of society. CIDEM's Kumar Warmi project works to transform health care through educational processes; it has a strong basis in gender theory.

96. Untitled Document
women's and gender studies, undergraduate program.

97. ORB -- Medieval Women And Music
Articles on medieval women's involvement in music, from the Online Reference Book for Medieval studies.
ORB Online Encyclopedia
Medieval Women and Music
Cynthia J. Cyrus Last modified on October 15, 1999
Women's involvement with medieval music took a variety of forms; they served at times as audience, as participant, as sponsor, and as creator. The evidence for their roles, like that for their male contemporaries, is sporadic at best. Many musical sources have been lost, and those sources that do survive only occasionally provide composer attributions. Information on specific performances is virtually non-existent, and the references to musical performances gleaned from literary allusions must be read critically. Similarly, an art-work portraying a women musician may be representational or symbolicor both. Yet despite these handicaps, modern scholarship reveals many ways in which medieval women were engaged withand enriched bythe music that flourished around them.
Egeria: An Early Witness Nuns and Canonesses Women and Polyphony Women as Scribes ... Sources
Egeria: An Early Witness
[W]hen the first cock has crowed, forthwith the bishop descends and enters inside of the cave to the Anastasis (the sanctuary). All the doors are opened, and the whole crowd streams into the Anastasis. Here innumerable lights are shining; and when the people have entered, one of the priests says a psalm, and they all respond; then prayer is offered. Again one of the deacons says a psalm, and again prayer is offered; a third psalm is said by one of the clergy, and prayer is offered for the third time, and the commemoration of all men is made.... [

98. Kochi Women's University
With departments of human life and environmental science, cultural studies, social welfare, nursing, and graduate schools.
Japanese Kochi Women's University About this home page (Please read here first)

99. Center Of Women's History And Gender Studies(Tver State University)
Researches in feminist and women's history and gender issues as well. Gender education, integrating gender approach into the curriculum.
Website is launched in 2002, September
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Project is supported by
Ford Foundation

Canada Gender Equality Fund

100. Women's History At Sarah Lawrence
Founded in 1972, SLC offers an in depth look at women's History, feminist theory and gender studies.

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