The National Women's Studies Association supports and promotes feminist/womanist teaching, learning, research, and professional and community service at the pre-K through post-secondary levels and serves as a locus of information about the inter-disciplinary field of Women's Studies for those outside the profession. NWSA publishes a newsletter NWSAction , the quarterly NWSA Journal and other publications. The FSU Women's Studies Program is a NWSA member institution. Visit the Women's Studies Library to review NWSA publications.
Southeastern Women's Studies Association (SEWSA) is a group of feminists, individuals and organizations, in the southeastern states who are committed to the promotion and support of women's studies and women's advocacy in schools and communities. The FSU Women's Studies Program is a SEWSA institutional member. http://sewsa.nwsa.org/about.html
Archives for Research on Women and Gender - A Project of the Center for the Study of Women and Gender & the Special Collections and Archives Department of the University of Texas San Antonio Libraries http://www.lib.utsa.edu/Archives/WomenGender/
Contemporary Women's Issues on health and human rights (CWI) is a database available through the OCLC FirstSearch database available in the FSU Library System.Visit: http://www.library.ucsf.edu/db/contemporary-womens-issues Click on "FirstSearch". Go to "Jump to Advance Search" and click on "CWI".
Social Science Information Gateway: Women's Studies offers an extensive list of internet resources on women's studies. Categories include, articles/papers/reports, journals, databases, bibliographies, companies, governmental bodies, books, oranizations/societies, news, mailing lists and more.
Northern Arizona University Women's Studies Department has established a women's studies database on the Internet. Extensive resources on the database cover contemporary women's issues, library resources, Internet resources, periodicals, films and video, a reference room and definitions of terms in Feminism and Women's Studies.
The Gender Watch Database from Softline Information offers nearly 46,000 articles now on this database. Includes news articles, editorials, writings, reviews, etc. For more information, contact Angelica Cadavid, Editor, Softline Information, Inc. via email at email@example.com or by phone at (800)524-7922. GenderWatch is also available at FSU Strozier Library.
Women's Studies (R)E-sources on the Web - (Compiled by Duke University) contains links web sites for women's history, archives and collections, women's organizations, and other women's resources on the web.
Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources contains news of the latest print and audio visual resources for research and teaching in women's studies.
Artemis Guide to Women's Studies in the U.S. offers links to American college and university women's studies sites. http://www.artemisguide.com/
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Feminism and Women's Studies offers links to websites about Activism, Gender & Sexuality, Health, Women in the Work Place, Women's History and much more.
Syllabi on the Web for Women
Feminist Theory Website
The Greening of Women's Studies Web Site - This web site is designed to promote scholarship and teaching that integrate women's studies and environmental studies. Here you will find syllabi for
complete courses; descriptions of smaller units for integration into existing course offerings in women's studies; pedagogical and scholarly essays; and bibliographies and other resources.
Global Women's Studies Anthology: Curricular Crossings: Area Studies and Women's Studies is a web-based anthology of women's studies and gender studies scholarship and curriculum materials focused on African, Latin American and
Caribbean, Middle Eastern, South Asian and transregional women's issues.
Core List of Books in Women's Studies - Compiled by the Women's Studies Section of the Amercian Library Association. It contains 36 lists that are updated each January.
and Research Libraries Women's Studies Section - American College
International Gender Studies features research and teaching materials meant to facilitate the integration of Women's and Gender Studies into International and Area Studies philosophy and curricula. This site offers general and specific bibliographies and filmographies on issues pertaining to women and gender in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Arab World, and among minority cultures in North America and
Gay & Lesbian Abstracts (GLA) is the premier index to gay and lesbian literature. With nearly 25,000 records, growing monthly, GLA is an essential reference tool for all university and public libraries, academic curricula, as well as Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered (GLBT) organizations, community centers and student groups. Of paramount importance is the coverage of history, culture, social issues, interests, and concerns of the GLBT community. http://bubl.ac.uk/archive/journals/jgalss/v06n0197.htm
European Women's Studies - This site contains the complete description of the Women's Studies programs in all universities and colleges in
Europe. It was created by the SIGMA project of the Centre of Women's Studies of Antwerp, Belgium.
International Women's Studies Institute Founded in 1981, IWSI is a non-profit corporation dedicated to sponsoring and supporting innovative educational programs with a special emphasis on women. A pioneer in offering crosscultural women's studies programs, the earliest offerings, from 1981-1988, were based on the lovely island of Lesbos, birthplace of the poet Sappho, who started the first women's studies community in 600 BCE.
Project Established in 1986, The New Jersey Project is the first, and still the only, statewide, state-funded curriculum transformation project in the nation. The Project encourages and supports curriculum and faculty development around issues of gender, race/ethnicity, class, culture and sexuality at New Jersey 's four-year and two-year public and private colleges and universities. New Jersey
National Academy Press offeres over 2000 free books online. Topics include women in science and technology, women in adademia, women's health issues, and women and work.
Gender and Geography Bibliography
Women's Studies vs. Gender Studies Report - Keeping the Focus: Naming Women’s Studies