University of Wisconsin–Madison

March is Women's History Month

In Celebration of Women's History Month 2017, the Law Library has compiled the following links to UW and Madison community events and resources:

UW and Madison Community Events

Women's History Month 2017 UW Calendar of Events
Selected UW events presented by the Student Life Multicultural Center.

Outstanding Women of Color Reception
Edgewater Hotel, Tuesday March. 7th

Unfixed: How the Women of Glenwood Changed American IQ, and Why We Don't Know it
A talk by Susan Schweik, sponsored by the Center for Research on Gender and Women, Thursday
March 30th.

University of Wisconsin 4W Summit
Conference on Women, Gender and Well Being, April 27-29, 2017

UW and Madison Community Organizations and Resources

Madison Public Library: 2017 Women's History Month
Information about this year's featured titles and displays.

Madison Public Library: Books by Wisconsin Women Authors
List of 150 books donated by the Madison Civics Club in August, 2011.

UW Green Bay Libguide: Women's History Month
A guide to resources relating to women's history, including books, articles, media, and primary sources.

UW Madison Office of Gender and Women's Studies Librarian
Online research guides and other 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 Now
Local chapter of the National Organization of Women. See link to facebook page for news, events, and more.

Wisconsin Women's Network
News, links, job and volunteer opportunities, and local events.

Women's Council Wisconsin
Links to publications, programs, facts and figures, meetings, events, and more.

UW Women's Law Student Association
Membership requirements and contact information.

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.



Submitted by Sunil Rao, on March 7, 2017

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