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  1. A Woman of Worship (Dee Brestin's Series) by Dee Brestin, 2005-11-11
  2. Esther: It's Tough Being a Woman : Member by Beth Moore, 2008-11-17
  3. NIV Women of Faith Study Bible: Experience the Liberating Grace of God
  4. Wise Talk, Wild Women by Gwen Mazer, 2007-04-17
  5. A Woman of Purpose (Dee Brestin's Series) by Dee Brestin, 2005-11-09
  6. Giving God Your All: Women of Faith Study Guide Series by Women of Faith, 2005-06-20
  7. Friendship: Cultivating Relationships that Enrich Our Lives (Women of Faith Study Guide Series) by Women of Faith, 2009-02-10
  8. Becoming a Woman of Grace: "Therefore the Lord longs to be gracious to you, and therefore He waits on high to have compassion on you." Isaiah 30:18 (Becoming a Woman of . . .) by Cynthia Heald, 2009-11-13
  9. Becoming a Titus 2 Woman; A Bible Study with Martha Peace by Martha Peace, 1997-07
  10. A Modern Girl's Guide to Bible Study by Jennifer Hatmaker, 2006-07-10
  11. Life Management for Busy Women: Growth and Study Guide by Elizabeth George, 2002-07-01
  12. Emerging From the Chrysalis: Rituals of Women's Initiation by Bruce Lincoln, 1991-09-26
  13. Enhancing Your Marriage: A Women's Bible Study (Following God) by Judy Rossi, 2005-01
  14. Poems from the Women's Movement (American Poets Project)

121. FEMINIST COLLECTIONS: A Quarterly Of Women's Studies Resources (homepage)
Journal includes book reviews, audiovisual reviews, web reviews, news of newwebsites on women and gender topics, and news of new periodicals,
Feminist Collections
A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources
FEMINIST COLLECTIONS: A QUARTERLY OF WOMEN'S STUDIES RESOURCES contains news of the latest print and audiovisual resources for research and teaching in women's studies. Recent book reviews have treated such subjects as African American women writers, lesbians in popular culture, and globalization. There are guides to new bibliographies and reference works, film and video critiques, computer updates, and news of out-of-the-way materials pamphlets, reports, rare book dealers' catalogs, microforms, and more. Thoughtful articles by experts explore women's publishing, Internet resources, library organization, archives, and other tools for feminist scholarship. New periodicals and special issues of journals in other disciplines are announced in each issue. The article " Women's Media Transformed by Internet ," by Sheila Gibbons, in Women's ENews mentions Feminist Collections and quotes the editors. Subscriptions include two other publications. Fill out the

122. ScienceDirect - Women's Studies International Forum - List Of Issues
Canadian Women s studies OnLine - Undergraduate ProgrammesLinks and other information provided by the University of Toronto, GraduateCollaborative Program in Women s studies.
Register or Login: Password: Athens/Institution Login Quick Search: within This Journal All Journals All Full-text Sources
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Formerly known as Women's Studies International Quarterly
Volume 28
Volume 28, Issue 5 , Pages 357-444 (September-October 2005) Volume 28, Issue 4 , Pages 259-356 (July-August 2005) Volume 28, Issues 2-3 , Pages 109-258 (May-June 2005)
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123. Canadian Women's Studies On-Line - Index Of Canadian Women's Studies Programmes
Canadian Women s studies OnLine University of Toronto, Graduate CollaborativeProgram in Women s studies. Canadian Women s studies Programmes
University of Toronto, Graduate Collaborative Program in Women's Studies
Canadian Women's Studies Programmes
Women's Studies in the United States Back to Main Index
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124. SOSIG: Women's Studies
Women s studies, Editor The Women s Library, London Metropolitan University.You are here Home Women s studies. About SOSIG What s new
Women's Studies Editor: The Women's Library, London Metropolitan University You are here : Home > Women's Studies
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Resource Type Search in whole catalogue current section Top 50 sites in Women's Studies Advanced Search Thesauri Map of the Women's Studies section Browse Sub-Sections Feminism and Gender Girls and Young Women Women and Economics Women and Education ... Women, Science and Technology Browse Related Sections Sociology of Gender and Sexuality Internet Resources Listed By Type alphabetically Europe UK For a short description click the title. To access the resource directly click Editor's Choice (key resources in this subject) Asia Source: Bibliographies Early Modern Women Database Expanding Horizons: gender and expertise for gender and ethnicity in European curricula H-Women Bibliographies ... Multikulti Bibliographic Databases Up Africabib Ariadne: Kooperationsstelle fur Frauenspezifische Information und Dokumentation Core Lists in Women's Studies ... Women's Studies Database Bibliographies Up Asia Source: Bibliographies Feminist and Women's Periodicals at Stanford H-Women Bibliographies Companies Up Attic Press Frontlist Books Naomi Symes Books ... Women, Ink.

125. NYPL, Women's Studies Research Guide
the most important resource centers for Women s studies in the United States.The collections consist of vast retrospective holdings relating to women,
@import "/styles/markup-nonNS4.css"; Skip to Left Navigation Skip to Main Content get a library card? find a book? renew a book? reserve a book? research a topic? find a job at NYPL? volunteer for NYPL? support NYPL? rent space? order/license images? learn to read? learn English? find events? find exhibitions? find classes? connect with wireless?
Women's Studies
A Guide to the Collections
of The New York Public Library
The Research Libraries of The New York Public Library are one of the most important resource centers for Women's Studies in the United States. The collections consist of vast retrospective holdings relating to women, including manuscript and archival material, as well as a broad range of current Women's Studies materials reflecting new trends and thought on feminist theory and scholarship. If you need further assistance, visit our reference desk, or e-mail us at

126. Women's Studies Resources
Women s studies resources in the University of York Library HTML Acrobat PDF University of Wisconsin Women s studies Librarian s Office includes
University of York Library
Women's Studies Internet Resources
LibWeb York Information Connections YorkWeb Subject resources ... Library catalogue Subject Librarian: Sue Cumberpatch
University of York resources
Collections and directories ...
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University of York resources
See also: Sociology information sources: Gender Studies which includes further resources which may be of interest.
  • Centre for Women's Studies page
  • Women's Studies resources in the University of York Library [ HTML Acrobat PDF
  • Microform sources for women's history [ HTML Acrobat PDF
  • Databases at York (York users only) - Information about all major databases available to members of the University. Includes a list of databases and database host services, links to individual database guides, information on how to connect to database host services and how to download software if required, plus the Database FAQ with answers to frequently asked questions about databases available at York.
  • Electronic journals at York - Links to an alphabetical list of full text electronic journals available at York.

127. University Of York Centre For Women's Studies
Base for feminist and genderoriented teaching and research. The centre adoptsa women-centred and interdisciplinary approach to the changing nature of both
  • MPhil and PhD in Women's Studies
  • MA in Women's Studies
  • MA in Women's Studies (Social Research); ESRC 1+3 recognition
  • MA in Women's Studies (Humanities)
  • MA by research
University fees-only bursary available for Home/EU students applying for
  • MA in Women's Studies (Social Research)
  • MA in Women's Studies (Humanities)
Contact the Centre: email Harriet Badger (CWS Administrator) or telephone 01904 433671.
Information about the Centre

Post-graduate Study


Open Seminars
Graduate Schools Office Home Page

(Clicking on this wherever it appears will return you to this page)

128. Welcome To Gender Inn
Welcome to gender Inn, the Women s and Gender studies Database on the Internet.gender Inn is a searchable database providing access to over 7500 records

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FAQ Bibliographies Weblinks ... Start
Dear Visitor,
Welcome to gender Inn , the Women's and Gender Studies Database on the Internet. gender Inn is a searchable database providing access to over 8,400 records pertaining to feminist theory, feminist literary criticism and gender studies focusing on English and American literature. gender Inn is continually updated. All records are carefully indexed using a feminist search index. The complete database is available in both English and German If you want to complete your research by checking other resources, make sure to check our annotated list of gender and women's studies weblinks Furthermore we are offering a selection of bibliographies on some areas of Women's and Gender Studies. For further information about the database's history and background, as well as it's structure and content, please read our FAQs We hope that you'll enjoy your visit at gender Inn
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129. WWNFF Women's Studies
Fellows 2005 Apply Electronically Questionnaire (For Fellows Only) About Us Newsroom Get Involved Contact Us Purpose, Eligibility and Awards
Application deadline October 11, 2005

130. Index
The Women s studies Program is located in the Ashurst Building (Bldg 11), Room 101.The parttime faculty office is in Ashurst 102.
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.

131. ACRL Women's Studies Section Collection Development Committee: WSSLINKS
Association of College and Research Libraries Women s studies Section. WSSLINKS Womenand Gender studies Web Sites. The WSSLINKS homepage has moved.
Women and Gender Studies
Web Sites
The WSSLINKS homepage has moved . The new URL is ACRL Women's Studies Section Page Last modified November 1999 Original design and construction by Ellen Greenblatt , Auraria Library, Denver, CO
Currently maintained by Diane Goldenberg-Hart , Yale University, New Haven, CT

132. Women's Studies Graduate Programs, Links Page
Links to Women s studies Graduate Programs, divided by degreeMA, Ph.D., Certificates.
Graduate Programs in Women's Studies
This list is updated several times a year and is divided into the following sections: Ph.D. stand-alone programs M.A. programs , and everything else ( minors, certificates, concentrations ). Programs are listed by the highest terminal degree available - those with Ph.D or M.A. programs may also offer graduate minors or certificates. This list is meant as a helpful guide, is by no means "official" and is only the tip of the iceberg in Women's Studies graduate programs. We will continue to add to this list and welcome any submissions of additional graduate links for the page. All questions regarding programs listed should be directed to the institution administering the program, we have no further information. Ph.D. Programs - U.S. Clark University, Worcester, MA - Ph.D. in Women's Studies. Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA - Ph.D. and M.A. in Women's Studies in Religion. Emory University, Atlanta, GA

133. Journal Of South Asian Women Studies
SOUTH ASIA WOMEN studies. LOGO. 1st Highest Data Quality WWW Resource 2nd BestOverall WWW Resource, Best of 1995 Australian National University

Best of 1995
Australian National University

ISSN 1085-7478
Enrica Garzilli

Univ. of Perugia Editorial Board
Jayaraj Acharya
Univ. of Kathmandu
Gregory Bailey La Trobe Univ. Gian Giuseppe Filippi Univ. "Ca' Foscari" of Venice Geraldine Forbes SUNY College at Oswego Himendra B. Thakur Albrecht Wezler Univ. of Hamburg Carolyne Wright Emory Univ. Technical Editor Ludovico Magnocavallo Polytechnic of Milan Assistant Editor Carlos Lopez Harvard Univ. Revised February 20, 1996

134. Journal Of International Women's Studies
women s studies journal. for Papers Special Issue of the Journal ofInternational Women’s studies (JIWS) Assessing the Impact of Caribbean Feminisms
Bridgewater State
College Links to Issues:
Special Issue:

Vol. 6, #3

July 2005
Special Issue: ... Job Listings Journal of International Women's Studies
Call for Papers
: Special Issue of the Journal of International
Women’s Studies (JIWS): Assessing the Impact of Caribbean Feminisms JIWS will not be accepting submissions until October 1, 2005. About the Journal
Submission Guidelines

Submission Guidelines: Book Reviews

Submission Guidelines: Letters
Executive Editor:
Diana Fox Bridgewater State College Department of Anthropology Associate Editor: Dr. Ellen Ingmanson Bridgewater State College Department of Anthropology Book Review Editor: Suzanne Baker Independent Scholar Editors: Suzanne Baker, Independent Scholar Valerie Begley , Independent Scholar Loni Bramson , Portland Community College Bud Burkhard , University of Maryland, University College, Department of History Cynthia Eller

135. Project MUSE - Frontiers: A Journal Of Women Studies
Frontiers A Journal of Women studies. EISSN 1536-0334 Print ISSN 0160-9009Publisher University of Nebraska Press. Frontiers is one of the oldest and
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Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies
E-ISSN: 1536-0334 Print ISSN: 0160-9009
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press Frontiers is one of the oldest and most respected feminist journals in the United States. Frontiers retains its original commitment to a broad mix of scholarly work, personal essays, and the arts and to multicultural and interdisciplinary perspectives offered in accessible language. The cross-disciplinary and culturally diverse nature of the journal's feminist content makes it an ideal source of women's history, cultural theory, literature, essays, art, criticism, and pedagogical approaches. JOURNAL COVERAGE:
Vol. 22 (2001) through current issue
Number 2, 2005

Number 1, 2005

Number 3, 2003

Number 2, 2004
Number 1, 2001

Select a Volume Volume 26, 2005 Volume 25, 2004 Volume 24, 2003 Volume 23, 2002 Volume 22, 2001 Select above first
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136. Project MUSE - Nashim: A Journal Of Jewish Women's Studies & Gender Issues
Nashim A Journal of Jewish Women s studies Gender Issues Cover many areasof research that comprise the field of Jewish women s and gender studies.
Free Sample Issue
E-ISSN: 1565-5288 Print ISSN: 0793-8934
Publisher: Indiana University Press Cofounded in 1998 by the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute at Brandeis University and the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, provides an international, interdisciplinary academic forum the only one of its kind for the innovative work being done in the many areas of research that comprise the field of Jewish women's and gender studies. It regularly includes articles on literature, text studies, anthropology, theology, contemporary thought, sociology, the arts, and more. It aims to create communication channels within the Jewish women's and gender studies community, to bring the fruits of that community's work to a wider audience, and to enhance their educational, political, and cultural impact on the Jewish world and beyond. In addition, each issue of Nashim highlights the new voices that seek to redefine the place of women in the Jewish tradition and Jewish learning in ways that incorporate female creativity and spirituality. JOURNAL COVERAGE:
No. 6 (2003) through current issue

137. Women's Studies (R)E-sources On The Web
http//; Women s studies Manuscript http//; Women s studies Database (University of Maryland)
Women's Studies
(R)E-sources on the Web
There's a lot of women and gender-related activity going on in cyberspace, so much so, that a comprehensive, up-to-date list is impossible to compile and maintain. The various internet sites listed below are primarily electronic sources or E-SOURCES that may be useful for Women's Studies. These sites will inevitably lead you to additional sources. There are also a few individual fun sites listed as well. Please let me know if you have problems connecting or there are other sites that should be added to this list. Women's History Links Archives and Collections
Women's Resources on the Web
Women's Organizations

138. Sallie Bingham Center For Women's History And Culture At Duke University
In 1996, the Women s studies Reference Archivist position was created to support We regularly work with Duke Women s studies faculty to devise class

On-line Collections
Reference Help Women's Collections Research Grants ... Duke Women's Center
This page was created by
Ginny Daley
Last Updated 8/12/2003
by Amy Leigh
Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture
in the Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library
at Duke University
Overview . The Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture is an integral part of Duke's Special Collections Library which houses a broad range of rare and unique primary source material. In 1988, the Women's Studies Archivist position was created by external donor funding in order to coordinate the acquisition, cataloguing, reference, and outreach activities related to the Special Collections Library's holdings on women and gender. This position was permanently endowed in 1993. In 1996, the Women's Studies Reference Archivist position was created to support increasing reference and outreach demands of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.

139. Women's Studies
If you are interested in Women s studies, you might want to take a few minutesand browse the information supplied by these other programs.
Women's Studies
Academic Programs and Departments, and Research Institutes
To introduce you to the variety of programs "out there", we searched the Internet for program specific information. The available information varied greatly, from program overviews to course listings. If you are interested in Women's Studies, you might want to take a few minutes and browse the information supplied by these other programs. But remember: these items represent just the tip of the iceberg. Many other programs are available; in fact, there is probably one near you!

Many Universities and Research Centers have Women s studies resources and To browse some other women s studies library resources available over the
Library Resources
for Women's Studies
Many Universities and Research Centers have Women's Studies resources and collections. We've searched the Internet for information on some useful or unique collections. If an OPAC was mentioned as being especially strong in women's resources, we've provided a TELNET link to that OPAC for you. To browse some other women's studies library resources available over the Internet select any of the following items:
Barnard College Library
Bryn Mawr College
login: library
To exit, type Q
Contains the holdings of Haverford College, Bryn Mawr College, and Swarthmore College
California PolyTech
Guide to the Julia Morgan Collection.
Carnegie Mellon University
Contains a collection of Women's Studies books. You may search by author or title.
Harvard University
Press RETURN when Mitek Server screen appears
Type hollis on the Harvard Univ./Office for Information Technology screen, OR HOLLIS.HARVARD.EDU or

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