Links to Resources Beyond UNH
Women's Studies Resources on the Internet
Trying to find information for your final papers? Or just looking for good sources of feminist information? Look no further! The Internet has a plethora of excellent resources, just a click away. Surf onto some of these excellent web sites!
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By far the most comprehensive resource for women’s studies on the internet, this database was created in 1992 for people interested in the women’s studies profession and women’s issues in general. Conferences, announcements, bibliographies, employment, government, history, and film reviews are just a handful of the many resources on this web site. In addition to these many resources, there is a reading room, reference room, and even syllabi from women’s studies courses at other universities. By all means, start your research here!
The NOW web site offers a handful of information on various key women’s issues including abortion rights, economic equality, and global feminism. It also includes news releases on NOW’s current activities, membership information, and tons of links to other internet resources.
A highly excellent resource, the Feminist Majority’s Web site offers links to hundreds of quality sources for your research. The Feminist Internet Gateway offers a list of women’s issues and links you to resources for each issue. In addition, this site has a database of feminist authors online, listservs, forums, newsgroups, government research, and more! Don’t miss this site!
Promoting the education and equity for all women and girls, the American Association of University Women web site offers information on issues, research, fellowships, grants and awards, membership information, and news.
This site contains exhaustive links to resources from reproductive rights to suffrage. Be sure to check this one out!
Looking to get involved in a particular issue? Start here to find organizations that need your help!