Forum for Women's Health
Association of University Women
Medical Women's Association - an organization of over 13,000
women physicians and medical students dedicated to the care of the
woman patient and serving as the unique voice for women's health
Online - The Voice of Women on the Web." Wide-ranging topics
such as choosing the right summertime wine, budget-travel tips and
of WWWomen Sites
Women's History - information about the history of Black women
in America and about the continuing work of historians to find and
preserve that history.
History of America's Women
of Women - A complete and updated listing of women-owned businesses
on the Web.
Obscura - A Journal of feminism and film theory. Devoted to
the critical study of representation of women in film, popular culture
and media and the arts.
of Women in Computing
of Women Writers - list of women writers with pointers to online
selected works and biographies
Celebration of Women Writers - Find links to Dorothy Parker,
Toni Morrison, Virginia Woolf and a whole slew of other great authors
and their works.
for the American Woman and Politics - Located at Rutgers University,
CAWP is a research, education, and public service center which compiles
information about women in American government and politics and
monitors "the status and prospects of those women." Their fact sheets
about current women officeholders and candidates are particularly
helpful: authoritative, up to date, concise.
Dot Com, The
Women of Past and Present
List - a political network for pro-choice democratic women
of Women's History
- links to sites for women and girls.
Activist Resources on the Net
and Women's Resources
and Women's Studies - Carnegie-Mellon University
Curricular Resource Clearinghouse - Indiana University
Majority Home Page
The Women's Healthcare Advocacy Service - Encouraging women
to make thoughtful choices about their health by providing them
with information and support
Pointers for a Women's Guide to the Internet
- where girls can speak their minds and share their ideas.
- Girls Internationally Writing Letters
Electronic Forums - an annotated, frequently- updated listing
of approximately 300 women- and gender-related e-mail lists.
of Speech: Women's Speeches From Around the World
to Net Resources on Women's Studies and Feminism
Women's Studies Database
Center for Research on Women
Online - The Women's Health Center in Connecticut and the editors
of Prevention Magazine want to provide women with up-to-date, easy
to use information about menopause or perimenopause. Find information
on health resources, menopause problems, treatments, vitamins, herbal
remedies, etc. Take a health test, or link to a chat room, or a
Pregnancy and Birth Related Information Home Page
Voices - United to end AIDS
in Women's History
- National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Museum of Women's History - preserving and celebrating the story
Organization for Women
Women's Hall of Fame - Portraits and profiles of the close to
two hundred notable women of the United States (living and deceased)
inducted into the Hall of Fame since its founding in 1969.
Women's History Project
- physician reviewed service offering medical professionals, women
and industry a home for publishing, accessing information and global
Where Women Made History - "This site highlights 74 historic
properties in Massachusetts and New York that are listed in the
(An Internet Resource for Women)
Rural Woman Zone -
Dedicated to reaching the online community of rural feminists, this
site has links to many local and global womens issues. Topic areas
include book lists, demographics, maps, rural libraries, domestic
violence alternatives, sustainable agricultural, welfare reform,
and health care needs. SheClicks - a "woman's way to work the Web."
and Indicators of the World's Women - Includes selected text
and excerpted statistical tables of national and regional data on
women as compared to men in family, household, health, education,
work, and politics.
World Women - bibliography/webliography on Third World Women
- a place for women with a lot on their minds.
Women's Suffrage - comprehensive website with over 150 entries
on the struggle for women's suffrage in the United States. This
includes biographies of 60 women involved in the campaign.
from the Gaps
Voices of Women
- dedicated to women who are working at home while caring for their
for Women, The
Women of the Web
Women of the Web - Celebrates the creative contributions of
women all over the world.
Theory and Research Online
and Computer Science
and Minorities in Science and Engineering
Come to the Front: Journalists, Photographers, and Broadcasters
During World War II - site focuses on the work of eight women
who chronicled life for Americans during the war, both at home and
overseas. Brief biographical sketches are followed by lists of resources
within the Library of Congress, some of which are also online. The
women profiled are Therese Bonney, Toni Frissell, Marvin Breckinridge
Patterson, Clare Boothe Luce, Janet Flanner, Esther Bubley, Dorothea
Lange, and May Craig.
Connection Online - the first step for women on the Internet
in American History - Encyclopedia Britannica - Recordings,
art works and writings that span the years from early to modern
America. Along with extensive Web links.
Health Information Center - site offered by the editors the
Journal of the American Medical Association, has four sections dealing
with research and clinical information on women's health issues.
The Newsline Section features both brief and in-depth articles from
a variety of sources. The Library Section includes "Abstracts of
major Women's Health articles published in the literature" and full-text
of selected articles. The last two sections have the latest information
on Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Contraception. Searchable.
Inventors in History - The Alliance for American Innovation
presents a wing of its web museum dedicated to inventive women.
Nobel Prize Laureates
of the West Museum - "purpose is to discover and explore the
continuing role of women in the development of the American West."
The first online exhibit is There Are No Renters Here: Women's Lives
on the Sod House Frontier, which examines the life of homesteaders
in 1870s Nebraska through the photographs and letters of the Oblinger
family. There is also a Woman of the Week feature, an Educational
Resource Center, descriptions of the museum programs, and a story
quilt with each block describing the life of a pioneer woman.
Resources - D. Siegel's Home Page
Review of Books, The - monthly review of current books by and
Studies Programs, Departments, & Research Centers Links
to approximately 200 programs in the US and internationally.
Studies/Women's Issues WWW Sites - partially annotated, frequently-updated
listing of approximately 200 information- rich web sites dealing
with women's studies/women's issues.
Web World - Feminist Majority Foundation