General Reference Links

  • Webgrrls produces female-friendly sites, and gets together with groups that have publications and information for girls/women. They also have lots of links.
  • This is FeMiNa, the first comprehensive WWW based directory and information resource containing information exclusively for and about women and girls online.

Specific Links

  • 4000 Years of Women in Science takes a biographical look at women’s contributions to science.
  • The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a national organization that promotes education and equity for all women and girls.
  • The Association for Women in Science works for equity for women in science and technology.
  • The Atlanta Reproductive Health Center’s homepage. Dr. Perloe provides you with accurate information in areas of womens’ health including: infertility, IVF, endometriosis, contraception, sexually transmitted disease, menopause, stress management and PMS.
  • A Celebration of Women Writers provides a comprehensive listing of links to biographical and bibliographical information about women writers, and complete published books written by women.
  • Diotima is a page of materials for the study of women and gender in the Ancient World. It’s pretty cool.
  • The Echo Website. Echo is a women-owned and operated Internet provider/bbs based in NYC. And they have a great link to the Women and Performance homepage.
  • 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.
  • The Feminist Majority Foundation engages in research and public policy development, public education programs, grassroots organizing projects, leadership training and development programs, and participates in and organizes forums on issues of women’s equality and empowerment.
  • Gender Equity in Sports is a research project at the University of Iowa.
  • Gender Issues Directory is an electronic archive on women and computing at CPSR meant to be a resource which can play a part in a mentoring system to help support women who want to enter into computer-related fields.
  • Global Fund for Women (GFW) is an international organization which focuses on female human rights. It supports issues as diverse as literacy, domestic violence, economic autonomy, and the international trafficking of women, among others.
  • Making Face, Making Soul is a Chicana feminist homepage that provides an introduction to Chicana/Chicano cultures and issues in Chicana feminisms through a collection of educational, cultural, and political resources.
  • The Society of Women Engineers.
  • NARAL Pro-Choice America contains resources and facts about making abortion legal and accessible, as well as combatting anti-choice violence at women’s clinics.
  • Just Women’s Sports is an index of links to women’s and girls’ sports pages.
  • Women in Technology International (WITI) is a professional association of women representing diverse backgrounds, positions and disciplines working in and for technology organizations, academia and governmental agencies.
  • Here is a collection of resources regarding Women in the Military.

Links at Other Universities

  • Caltech’s Center for Inclusion & Diversity works to support the central mission of the California Institute of Technology, which is to promote the education and development of all scientists and engineers.
  • Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) at Rutgers University is a university-based research, education and public service center. Its mission is to promote greater understanding and knowledge about women’s relationship to politics and government and to enhance women’s influence and leadership in public life.
  • The Harvard Radcliffe Institute’s Schlesinger Library contains extensive resources about the lives of American women past and present.
  • The University of Wisconsin Women’s Studies Librarian’s Office provides access to people, events, and resources to those interested in learning about women’s issues.

Graduate Programs

At Carleton

  • The Gender and Sexuality Center was created in 2001 to offer resources and support for gender and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues.