Below is a selected list of Internet resources compiled in celebration of Women's History Month, 2013 (here is a link to this year's theme):
Wisconsin Related Sites
Madison Public Library: Books by Wisconsin Women Authors
List of 150 books donated by the Madison Civics Club in August, 2011.
NOW (National Organization for Women) Wisconsin Chapter
Local and national information and resources related to women and women's issues.
UW Women's Studies Librarians Office
Online academic resources related to Women's studies and history.
Wisconsin State Historical Society: Women's History in Wisconsin
"Original documents, pictures, eyewitness accounts and other primary sources available online that reveal the history of Wisconsin women."
Wisconsin Women's Network
News, links, job and volunteer opportunities, and local events related to Women's History Month.
Women's Studies Consortium
Descriptions of women's studies departments and programs throughout the UW System; publications on women's studies by the UW press; information about the annual WSC conference; links to related web sites; and more.
Facts, History and Links
300 Women Who Changed the World
Profiles from Encyclopedia Britannica.
Discovering American Women's History Online
Digital collections of primary sources (letters, diaries, photos, etc.) related
to women's history in the United States.
The Gerritsen Collection
A collection of books and periodicals that cover the evolution of feminism and women's rights from 1543 to 1991. Searchable by keywords and boolean operators.
The Learning Network: Celebrate Women's History Month
New York Times blog focusing on a variety of learning
topics, including women's history. Includes lesson plans,
historical front pages, selected recent Times articles, and much
Library of Congress: Women's
An overview of women's history and links to relevant Library of Congress's manuscripts.
NOW (National Organization for Women)
Information about the organization, links to local chapters, and news and "hot topics" related to women's issues. Bottoms of the left side-bar includes a link to NOW activities on campuses.
National Women's History Project
Information about the NWHP, national programs, news and events related to Women's History Month 2013, links to women's history resource sites, and more. See especially the "Resource Center" link at the top of the page.
Women's History Month
Links to collections, exhibits, images, audio/visual recordings, and more, all related to women's history. Material is from the Library of Congress, National Gallery of Art, the Smithsonian, and several other institutions.
Women Working: 1800-1930
From Harvard University Library. Access to digitized historical collection from Harvard's library and museum. Collection includes some 500,000 digitized pages and images including: manuscripts, books and pamphlets, and photographs.
Virtual Library: Women's History
Lists of women's history institutions, organizations, archival and library collections, lists of women's studies journals, research guides, and many more links related to women's history.
Submitted by Sunil Rao, on March 13, 2013
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