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  1. Becoming a Woman of Simplicity: "I am afraid that, as the serpent deceived Eve by his craftiness, your minds will be led astray from the simplicity and ... Corinthians 11:3 (Becoming a Woman of . . .) by Cynthia Heald, 2009-07-15
  2. Women In American Society: An Introduction to Women's Studies by Virginia Sapiro, 2003-08-14
  3. King James Version Women of Color Study Bible
  4. Tedious Journeys: Autoethnography by Women of Color in Academe (Counterpoints: Studies in the Postmodern Theory of Education) by Cynthia Cole Robinson, Pauline Clardy, 2010-02-15
  5. Authentic Beauty, Going Deeper: A Study Guide for the Set-Apart Young Woman by Leslie Ludy, 2007-05-15
  6. Twelve Extraordinary Women: How God Shaped Women of the Bible, and What He Wants to Do with You by John MacArthur, 2008-10-07
  7. Overcoming Fear (Women of Faith Study Guide Series) by Margaret Feinberg, Women of Faith, 2007-05-08
  8. The Wilson Chronology of Women's Achievements: A Record of Women's Achievements from Ancient Times to Present (Wilson Chronology Series) by Irene M. Franck, David M. Brownstone, 1998-02
  9. Women in Celtic Myth: Tales of Extraordinary Women from the Ancient Celtic Tradition by Moyra Caldecott, 1992-03-01
  10. Women of the Old Testament (Life Guide Bible Studies) by Gladys Hunt, 2002-01-07
  11. Becoming a Woman of Grace: A Bible Study by Cynthia Heald, 1998-06-02
  12. SecretLongings of the Heart: Overcoming Deep Disappointment and Unfulfilled Expectations Now Includes a 12-Week Bible Study (Wisdom for Women) by Carol Kent, 2003-08-06
  13. Experiencing God's Presence (Women of Faith Bible Study Series) by Janet Kobobel Grant, 1998-11-23
  14. Why Women Have Sex: Understanding Sexual Motivations from Adventure to Revenge (and Everything in Between) by Cindy M. Meston, David M. Buss, 2009-09-29

101. American Studies Web Gender And Sexuality
Georgetown University site with links and reviews on women's and gender related issues., Sexuality, and th

102. Virtual International Women's University, Vifu. 2005 is the Virtual International women's University,it provides information on the International women's university 2000, follow up conferences, publications and the new planned master studies program W.I.T., as well as the network section networking for women academics, practitioners with an already established international community of former ifu participants.

Welcome to the webspace of the International Women's University (ifu)!
The International Women's University (ifu) is a transcultural academic reform project for postgraduate women scientists and academics from all over the world. In the summer of 2000, more than 1,000 women scientists and academics from over 100 different countries participated in this project. Following the three-month residency phase, the global network of ifu participants has continued to flourish through the Virtual International Women's University (vifu).
Information on the International Women's University's continued existence in the form of the international university consortium W.I.T. (link), and on the current study programme starting with the winter semester 2003/2004, can be found in ifu today (link). Also available there are details of the international conference "Rethinking University"(link) and of the Series of Publications(link) by the International Women's University summarizing the results of ifu's 2000 pilot semester. The thriving global Network (link) of ifu 2000 graduates and lecturers is reflected in the global virtual conference VEINS as well as in the ifu expert directory, in international mailing lists, discussion forums, chatrooms and a job exchange with international job offers for women academics.

103. Province Of British Columbia
Includes ministry service plan, reports and publications, service and program details, and information on government studies into the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic bid.
@import url(/bcgov/css/style.css); /*IE and NN6x styles*/ entire site this section B.C. Home B.C. Home Community Services Ministry of Community Services The Minister Ministry News Ministry Service Plan ... 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games RELATED LINKS BC Achievement Foundation BC Centre for Disease Control CivicInfo BC Public Safety Info ... Vancouver Agreement Latest News August 31, 2005 PROVINCIAL FUNDING SUPPORTS PORT ALICE TRANSITION July 8, 2005 June 21, 2005 GROW OP SAFETY PROJECT REDUCES FIRE RISK June 24, 2005 June 4, 2005 COMMUNITY HERITAGE LEADER RECEIVES PROVINCIAL AWARD What's New Former CAWS Programs Local Government Inner-City Partnerships Branch ... Women's Services Community Services Popular Topics Community Charter New Deal for Cities and Communities World Urban Forum Local Government Grants ... Women's Services Directory Community Services Major Boards and Commissions BC Public Service Agency Premier's Council on Aging and Seniors' Issues

104. FemArc - Women's Network In Archaeology
German organization promoting archaeology and gender studies Includes goals, history, publications, membership.
Women's Network in Archaeology
(back to German version)
Goals of the Network History of the Network: How it began Archaeology and Gender: What does it mean? Publications of the Network ... Address of the Network
Goals of the Network:
The Network wishes to ...
  • Create contact between women who are envolved with archaeology and its related fields. Prevent the isolation of female archaeologists. Encourage the exchange of experiences between women. Improve the employment situation of female archaeologists. Promote the discussion between archaeologists and other academics involved in Women's and Gender studies. Establish an interdisciplinary approach between female archaeologists, scientists of other fields and interested amateurs. Expand the theoretical foundations for Feminist Archaeology. Open Feminist Archaeology to the public and to all women. Establish Feminist Archaeology and Gender studies as themes and methods in archaeology.
back to contents
History of the Network: How it began ...
In Germany archaeology Women's and Gender Studies are completely neglected. Hardly any scholarly work is being produced, in which the gender roles in the past and present are articulated, or gender related approaches scientifically attempted. Women who study these topics often feel isolated and not taken seriously.

105. Religious Studies Major - Hollins University
women's liberal arts college in Virginia. Undergraduate religious studies program.
Undergraduate Programs
Religious Studies
The religious studies major allows students to engage religious issues with other disciplines (art, classics, English, history, pastoral studies, philosophy, sociology, and women's studies). The shape of the major offers critical understandings of religion as community and individual enterprise, especially as religion relates to other human endeavors in the allied fields. Its focus is in the world's major religions, their rituals, beliefs, texts, and ethical systems, as well as the various cultural contexts that shape, and are in turn shaped by, religious communities and beliefs. The major's capstone involves an interdisciplinary seminar with other majors, applying religious studies methodologies to our most basic understanding of cultures, commitments, and behaviors.
The religious studies major, with concentration in either art, classics, English, history, pastoral studies, philosophy, sociology, or women's studies provides excellent training in cultural literacy. It offers broad background for graduate school in religious studies, ministerial studies, international studies, or programs in the allied fields. Its broadest appeal will be to those who wish to engage and integrate several different fields of study, and to understand religious community and spirituality in their incarnations across many disciplines and cultures.
Learning Beyond the Classroom
Students often spend the January Short Term in internships that expand on what they learn in the classroom. Religion major Ane Johnson '98 credits Chaplain Jan Fuller Carruthers with setting up her junior year internship with Amnesty International in Washington, D.C. "I learned about teamwork and working in an office while working closely with people who suffered abuses administered by their own countries," Ane says. "The internship not only helped me make some great contacts, it also gave me a sociological, personal, and historical perspective on which I could base my studies of religion."

106. Judy Chmura's Home Page
Includes a r©sum©, Native American heritage, youth sports, theatre, Russian studies, and women's issues.
Judy Chmura's Home Page
Welcome to my home page! My name is Judy Chmura. I am a student at Stetson University in DeLand, Florida . I hope you enjoy browsing my website created in the Internet Marketing class , taught by Dr. Randall Hansen I work at Stetson University in the Office of Marketing and Communications My Heritage. My Family ...

107. Koren Barrett, Naturopathic Physician | Home
Dr. Barrett focused her studies on women's health, botanical medicine, nutritional balancing, and endocrine disorders. Practices in Portland, OR.
Dr Barrett's New Clinic Information!
Institute for Progressive Medicine
16100 Sand Canyon Ave., Suite 240
Irvine CA 92618
Phone (949) 753-8889
Fax (949) 753-0410 Bio Dr Barrett prescribes homeopathic, nutritional, and botanical treatments for a wide variety of health concerns and complaints. Dr Barrett specializes in pediatrics, women's health (including hormone balancing and infertility), endocrine disorders, functional medicine, nutritional balancing and optimizing athletic performance. She provides detoxification protocols for liver cleansing, liver support, weight loss and the treatment of inflammatory conditions.
In the Fall of 2004 Dr Barrett will offer natural gynecological care including annual exams, pap smears, breast exams and the diagnosis and treatment of common vaginal complaints.
Dr Barrett is adept in providing complimentary medical care. She works in conjunction with other health care providers to offer alternative therapies that work hand in hand with your mainstream medical care.
Dr Barrett received her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine and competed her residency from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine ( NCNM ) in Portland Oregon. Prior to this she graduated from the Robert D. Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon where she received her pre-medical education.

108. Women's Bible Study
Study of Colossians including original translations, verse exposition, and references utilized. Doctrinal statement, forum, additional studies underway.

Completed up through 1:8 Philemon
Completed through 1:20
Translation finished Messageboard
Doctrinal Statement
About Me

Natalie Pappas

Last updated 3/24/2004

109. AIDS Partnership Michigan -- Support Groups
Brochure from the Center for AIDS Prevention studies at the University of California San Francisco.

Current Events

Jobs at AIDS Partnership Michigan

Annual Report pg 1 (PDF)

Annual Report pg 2 (PDF)
Related Websites

Support Groups Special Interest to Women Community Health Awareness Group
Sisters educational support group for women. Meets Tuesdays 3-5 pm. Begins with a meal then proceeds into group. Transportation and childcare available. 3028 W. Grand Blvd. in Detroit. Children's Immune Disorder
Serves infected/affected women, children, and teens with food pantry, emergency relief, guardianship/permanency planning, advocacy, mental health, and more. 16888 Greenfield, Detroit. HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC)
Sisters Healing Sisters , a group for HIV+ women of color. Dinner provided. Offers support, education and fun. Meets 4th Thursday evenings. Locations vary. Contact HARC office. FRIENDS Alliance
(800) 350-7927 ext. 18 African American women's group focusing on non-substance ab/use issues. Meets 1 pm Mondays at FRIENDS office, 3111 Grand River Ave., Detroit. Light refreshments provided. Latino Family Services Women's High Risk Support Group Meets Tuesdays 11 am-1:30 pm in Pontiac. Light refreshments served. Transportation available. Call for more info.

110. Women's Studies
The University of Maryland women s studies Internet site, begun in September1992, serves those people interested in the women s studies profession and in
The University of Maryland women's studies web site, begun in September 1992, serves those people interested in the women's studies profession and in general women's issues. For information about the University's academic Women's Studies Department, visit their website at
Women's Studies Home
Search FAQ ... Reference Room This page is maintained by MITH Staff.
Questions, comments, and/or suggestions should be directed to
Last modified Wednesday, November 3, 2004

111. Women's Studies / Women's Issues Resource Sites
Selective, frequentlyupdated, annotated listing of more than 700 information-richweb sites offering resources for women s studies and women s issues.
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

112. Women's Studies Email Lists
Frequentlyupdated, annotated listing of academic email lists that focus onwomen s studies, lesbian studies, and/or queer studies.
Women's Studies Email Lists
Last updated: February 21, 2005 Here are some academic email lists that focus on Women's Studies, Lesbian Studies, and Queer Studies. If the instructions say "send standard subscription message," the email message to send is SUBSCRIBE [listname] Your Name (e.g., SUBSCRIBE WMST-L Jane Doe):
ACADEMIC-RESOURCES , sponsored by the Network of East-West Women , carries calls for papers, academic conference and publication announcements, and other gender scholarship resources, preferably but not exclusively about the CEE/NIS region. For more information or to subscribe, see the ACADEMIC-RESOURCES web page ARACA is an unmoderated list in Spanish for the discussion of women's studies and gender studies (both theory and practice) and for announcements about relevant conferences, new books and journals, etc. For more information, send the message INFO ARACA to MAJORDOMO@CCC.UBA.AR . To subscribe, send the message SUBSCRIBE ARACA to the same address. BITHRY-L is "a list for the theoretical discussion of bisexuality and gender issues. It is neither a social group, nor a support group, nor an announcement or news forum." Subscription messages (SUB BITHRY-L Your Name) should be sent to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.BROWN.EDU

113. WSSLinks: Women And Gender Studies Web Sites
Categorized links on women and gender studies with descriptions. Maintained bythe Women studies Section of the Association of College and Research
Women's Studies Section
Women and Gender Studies
Web Sites
Welcome to WSSLINKS, developed and maintained by the Women's Studies Section of the . The purpose of WSSLINKS is to provide access to a wide range of resources in support of Women's Studies. Please send comments or suggestions to maintainers of individual subject pages. General sites History
International ...
World-Wide Web Virtual Library

WSSLinks Editor,
This page was originally constructed in 1996 by
the Collection Development Committee of the ACRL Women's StudiesSection.
It was maintained by Marlene Manoff at MIT until June 2003 Back to the WSS Home Page Send comments about the WSS website to: Erin Stalberg
URL: Last updated: February 3, 2005

114. ACRL Women's Studies Section
The Women s studies Section (WSS) of the Association of College ResearchLibraries was formed to discuss, promote, and support women s studies collections
Women's Studies Section
American Library Association
What's New?
About the Organization Executive Committee Section Committees Past Section Chairs
Future Conference Information (2006 ALA Midwinter Meeting, San Antonio)
Past Conference Highlights
Get Involved!
Join WSS, Committees, and the WSS-L mailing list
Related Organizations
Send comments about the WSS website to: Erin Stalberg

115. Women's Studies: Feminist Theory
Voices of the Shuttle Gender studies Page Women s studies and feminist theorylinks with an emphasis on theory and multicultural sources.
General Art Communication/Media Feminist Theory ...
French Feminists
Suggestions and submissions for publication on this page are welcome, see our Call for Contributions.
Reviews of Feminist Theory Books
Reviews published in online journals (mostly PostModern Culture).
Women in Philosophy Gallery
Images of women philosophers and theorists - slow loading, be patient.
The Agony of Feminism: Why Feminist Theory Is Necessary After All Anne Balsamo - An Interview
on the occasion of her presentation, "Cyberflesh: World Wide White Wash" on 28 April 1997. " My project, whether it has been body building or cosmetic surgery or the Web itself, has been trying to investigate how these technologies have been taken up and the way in which they work and the way they function institutionally."
Bat Kol: A Feminist House of Study
"...we use the methodologies of feminist criticism to examine the integration of women into the many aspects of Jewish life."
Bodies and Technologies: Dora Neuromancer , and Strategies of Resistance" [U Iowa only]
Wendy Wahl writes in PostModern Culture , January, 1993 about the failure of resistance to technologies of the early twentieth century
Chandra Mohanty and the Technology of Gender
By Ingrid Hoofd, Utrecht University, 1997. "The general aim of this paper will be to explain the idea of the technology of gender and especially as how it is appropiated by Teresa De Lauretis and Chandra Talpade Mohanty in respectively 'The Technology of Gender' and 'Under Western Eyes: Feminist Scholarship and Colonial Discourses'."

116. Artemis Guide To Women's Studies Programs
Here you can link to most women s studies programs in the US Keep in mind To see what i ve done with my women s studies background, look at my resume.
Artemis is the ancient Greek goddess of the hunt
and the moon, and the protector of women and children
I have created this page currently listing 390 programs to help people find women's studies programs with ease. My undergraduate degree, from Appalachian State University, had a concentration in women's studies; but I had great difficulty finding a graduate program. Eventually, I found NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study, a self-design program in which you can incorporate women's studies. To see what i've done with my women's studies background, look at my resume
Jump to the State of Your Choice By Clicking on the Letter That Corresponds To the First Letter of the State
A C D F ... Other Resources

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117. Feminism And Women's Studies: Welcome
This welcome page is used to introduce you to the Feminism and Women s studies site.
@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.

118. WSSLINKS Women And Gender Studies Web Sites
Association of College and Research Libraries Women s studies Section. WSSLINKS Womenand Gender studies Web Sites. WSSLINKS main page has moved!
Women and Gender Studies
Web Sites
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119. WSSLinks: Literature And Culture
Maintained by the Univ. of Wisconsin System Women s studies Librarian. Journal ofInternational Women s studies an on-line, peer reviewed journal that
Women's Studies Section
Literature and Culture Web Sites
Welcome to the Literature and Culture Pages, part of WSSLinks , developed and maintained by the
Women's Studies Section
of the Association of College and Research Libraries Texts Online Literary Criticism Bibliographies ... Electronic Magazines
Texts On-line (literary, critical or biographical)
ARTFL French Women Writers Project - a searchable database containing works by French women authors from the 16th to the 19th century. The collection currently contains 99 documents by 40 authors. (U. of Chicago) The Bluestocking Archive - an "archive of texts by or relating to the eighteenth-century British Bluestocking Circle." Maintained by Elizabeth Fay at University of Mass., Boston British Women Romantic Poets, 1789-1832 - the project aims to produce an online scholarly archive consisting of electronic editions of poetry by British women written between 1789 and 1832. Texts are being included that are not readily accessible from other sources. Canada's Early Women Writers, a Biographical Database

120. University Of Wisconsin System Women's Studies Librarian
Publications from the Women s studies Librarian s office include numerousbibliographies, core lists of women s studies books, and a resource page for UW
Welcome to the Women's Studies Librarian's Website
University of Wisconsin System About the Librarian's Staff, Publications, and Services Links, by Subject Subscribe to publications published by the Women's Studies Librarian
Feminist Collections/
Feminist Periodicals/
Publishers and Other Book Information Tutorials Course Hand-outs WAVE ...
women's videos database
and list of video distributors Read Feminist Collections Homepages of Magazines/Journals Women's Studies Resources at UW-Madison: Library Resources E-Journals Hints on Keeping Up with New Resources and History of Women at UW Programs, Research Centers, Libraries, and Archives Bibliographies Core Books Database and More Links Women's Organizations UW-Madison students, faculty, and staff: use RefWorks to keep track of citations.
Search WWW Search
h ttp://
Maintained by the University of Wisconsin System Women's Studies Librarian
430 Memorial Library, 728 State Street, Madison, WI 53706; (608) 263-5754
Send comments or questions to the Women's Studies Librarian
Parts of this site last updated:
April 19 , 2005.

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