Women's Studies Search for educational information and links in over 50 categories. http://www.educationindex.com/women/
Extractions: Women's Studies A B C D ... F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z This is a compilation of information about women in science . There are more than 125 women from our scientific past documented in biographies and photographs. A bonus is the inclusion of the reference list of books and articles used to develop this site. Lots of articles and links to resources, plus a discussion board. Resources include: bibliographies and online papers, conferences, employment, awards, news, organizations, projects and statistics. Everyhing you've been looking for! Arsis Press publishes the concert and sacred music of 40 women composers, and this site details the available works. Don't miss the reprint of a Washington Post article about Clara Lyle Boone and the history of her work in getting women's music published and played (against great odds!). BRIDGE (Briefings on Development & Gender) wants to "assist development professionals ... to integrate gender concerns into their work." This site offers an explanation of BRIDGE services and publications, and an introduction to development and gender issues.
Extractions: none Vol. 10 No. 2 April 27 th Note from the Editor Declaration on Women of April 14, 2005 Enrica Garzilli Roots of Gender Disparity in Garhwal Himalaya: From Eco-Social Disparity to Eco-Political Activism Annpurna Nautiyal Vol. 10 No. 1 March 3 rd Note from the Editor The International Women's Day, Harvard University and Our Journal's Birthday Enrica Garzilli Empowering Women in India: Changing Horizons The Kalanjiam Experience Vinita Pandey Book Review M. Torri, Storia dell'India Sumit Guha New Titles Vol. 9 No. 1 October 13 th Note from the Editor Understanding Indian Women: Love, History and Studies Enrica Garzilli Gabriela Nik. Ilieva Travels in Asian Cyberspace: A Brief History of Asian Studies Online T. Matthew Ciolek Vol. 8 No. 1 February 2 nd Note from the Editor: 2002 International Women's Day: For Women, Afghanistan is Everywhere Enrica Garzilli Brother Cobra, Mother Bitch: Ethics and Ecology in Marathi Women's Storytelling
Welcome To IWSF Welcome to The Iranian Women s studies Foundation (IWSF) http://www.iwsf.org/
Women S Studies Programs Worldwide Frequentlyupdated listing of women s studies programs, departments, and researchcenters around the world. Programs outside the United States are listed http://research.umbc.edu/~korenman/wmst/programs.html
Extractions: Here are links to more than 700 women's studies (including "gender studies") programs, departments, and research centers around the world that have web sites. Programs and departments offering graduate degrees or concentrations have this fact noted in an annotation below the link. For a larger list of women's studies programs, including those without web sites, see the September issue of the Modern Language Association's journal PMLA or Gerri Gribi's listing of Women's Studies programs in the U.S. For information about institutions offering Women's Studies graduate and undergraduate degrees online, see Online Degrees in Women's Studies NOTE: After I had started putting this listing together, Kate Robinson told me about an annotated collection of links she has compiled of Women's Studies programs in the United States . I've decided to leave my links up as well, especially since they include programs outside the US , and since I keep learning about new sites. (My listing now includes more than 700 links; I last updated it on August 29, 2005
Extractions: in the current issue of Tucson Lifestyles magazine. Women's Studies/SIROW is thrilled to announce the birth of Iris Jordan, Corey Knox's new little activist! Read all about BabyCats in the Arizona Daily Wildcat Check out our new Student Exchange Program in Women's Studies The Women's Plaza of Honor is now open, next to Centennial Hall on the UA campus
IngentaConnect Content Not Found Women s studies. ISSN 00497878. Taylor and Francis Ltd logo. Publisher Taylorand Francis Ltd. 22 issues are available electronically http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/tandf/gwst
Extractions: News Events Calls for papers Research projects ... Main Page Nordic Research School in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies. November 23-25, 2005. Deadline for applications: October 1, 2005 Read more "Feminism and Psychology in the Context of Nordic Welfare Ideologies and Policies". Eds: Hanne Haavind and Eva Magnusson. Read more The new issue of NORA 1/2005 wants to draw attention to sexualities as plural and manifold. Read more EPWS is looking for a Secretary General to establish the association as a key strategic actor in the EU research policy debate. Deadline for application: 26 June 2005. Read more Nordic Research School in Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, Copenhagen August 29-31, 2005. Deadline for applications: June 15, 2005. Read more Senior Researcher at NIKK, Susanne V. Knudsen, has received a Professorship at Vestfold University College, Norway, from April 1st, 2005.
Internet For Women's Studies > WELCOME key Internet sites for women s studies. discover, discover Internet forWomen s studies was written by Christine Wise and revised by Dianne Shepherd of http://www.vts.rdn.ac.uk/tutorial/women
Extractions: A free "teach yourself" tutorial to help you develop your Internet research skills using this tutorial key Internet sites for women's studies how to search the Internet what to trust on the Internet how to get the most from the Internet for your work Let our experts guide you to the best of the Web Internet for Women's Studies was written by Christine Wise and revised by Dianne Shepherd of The Women's Library, London Metropolitan University. It is one of a set of tutorials within the RDN Virtual Training Suite.
Welcome To AMEWS AMEWS, Association for Middle East Women, Middle East, Women, women s issues,middle eastern women, JMEWS JMEWS Journal of Middle East Women s studies http://www.amews.org/
Women's Studies Women s studies Collection Development Policy Davidson Library WSSLINKSArchival Sites for Women s studies An annotated and geographically arranged http://www.library.ucsb.edu/subjects/women/women.html
Women's Studies - UC Berkeley Library Most of the humanities and social sciences materials in Women s studies are housed For further information or assistance with Women s studies resources http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/Collections/Womstu/
Extractions: Bibliographies and Subject Guides Organizations and Research Institutes ... Web Gateways The UC Berkeley Library maintains a research-level collection in Women's Studies which supports the research and teaching programs not only of the Women's Studies Department but of many other disciplines, interdisciplinary programs and professional schools. For UCB holdings check the online catalogs GLADIS/PATHFINDER or MELVYL for all UC campus library holdings. Most of the humanities and social sciences materials in Women's Studies are housed in the Gardner Stacks in Doe Library. See Related Libraries/Collections for additional locations. Reference materials in Women's Studies are located in the Reference Center including the North Reading Room and Reference Hall, 2nd floor of Doe. For further information or assistance with Women's Studies resources contact the Library selector in this area.
South Asian Women's Studies Bibliography Directory of women s studies in India / project coordinator, In directoryformat, provides a comprehensive list of women s studies programs offered at http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/SSEAL/SouthAsia/sawomen.html
Untitled Document Women studies provides a cohesive framework for the study of women s and men slives within historical and contemporary contexts and from multidisciplinary http://depts.washington.edu/webwomen/
Entrance Entrance to the Atlantis women s studies journal, celebrating there anniversary. http://www.msvu.ca/atlantis/
European Journal Of Women's Studies WISE (The European Women s studies Association) WISE (The European Women s studiesAssociation). European Journal of Women s studies http://ejw.sagepub.com/
Archive Of Women's Studies Syllabi Archive of Syllabi in Women s studies in Music. Please note this archive isintended as a sharing resource, and syllabi lodged here are to be considered as http://www.sun.rhbnc.ac.uk/Music/Archive/Women/
Extractions: Please note : this archive is intended as a sharing resource, and syllabi lodged here are to be considered as work in progress rather than as definitive publications. They are therefore provided with the dates when they were first used. We would be glad to add further syllabi: please send them in an e-mail message (i.e. simple ASCII text) to . Contributors may, if they wish, make their syllabi anonymous by removing their name and institution from public view (in this case, please substitute a fictional institution so that people will have an idea of the proper context for the course (e.g., Bigstate University, Smallville College, Uptown Conservatory, etc; for those who choose to keep their names attached, an e-mail address would be helpful for additional information). University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Other syllabi: Women in music syllabi (from IAWM) Other general links: Committee on the Status of Women , Society for Music Theory Other links to courses in women's studies outside music: Georgetown University : Medieval Women: Tradition and Counter-Tradition Iowa State University : Women's Diaries, Journals and Letters (English/Women's Studies 345)
Women's Study Quarterly At RIT The Women s studies Quarterly is no longer edited at RIT. Click on the link belowto see the Women s studies Quarterly page at the Feminist Press. http://www.rit.edu/~wsqwww/
Women's Studies At ASU Women s studies at ASU Home Page. To me, taking a Women s studies coursewas like opening a window to a new world. Beatriz Cortez http://www.asu.edu/clas/womens_studies/
Extractions: "To me, taking a Women's Studies course was like opening a window to a new world." -Beatriz Cortez Breaking News: We are now Women and Gender Studies Web Site Update in Progresswatch for our new look! Engineering A-Wing Room 209 Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona 85287-3404 Phone: 480-965-2358 Fax: 480-965-2357 Apply to ASU: undergraduate students graduate students Course catalogs Accessibility ... Webmaster
Women's Studies Program - Boston College The Women s studies Program at Boston College places emphasis on the study of The Women s studies Program hosts a lecture series each semester to bring http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/ws/