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This is a compilation of information about women in science . There are more than 125 women from our scientific past documented in biographies and photographs. A bonus is the inclusion of the reference list of books and articles used to develop this site.

This is an incredible resource of women authors listed alphabetically. Not all authors have links to more information, but many of them do.

Arsis Press publishes the concert and sacred music of 40 women composers, and this site details the available works. Don't miss the reprint of a Washington Post article about Clara Lyle Boone and the history of her work in getting women's music published and played (against great odds!).

BRIDGE (Briefings on Development & Gender) wants to "assist development professionals ... to integrate gender concerns into their work." This site offers an explanation of BRIDGE services and publications, and an introduction to development and gender issues.

"Each year the National Library celebrates Women's History Month in Canada by honoring the contributions of Canadian women in developing Canada." 1996 and 1995 honorees are listed online with brief biographies and other suggested readings.

One of the most impressive aspects of this site is the section of 50 K. biographies it offers about women! It also contains 6 activitities to learn more about women's history and a women's history quiz.

CAWP offers information and research regarding the promotion of "greater understanding and knowledge about women's relationship to politics and government." You can explore current center publications, consider press releases, and read newsletters.

Spend some time at this West Virginia University site and you will be amply rewarded. From the definitions and endorsements of Women's Studies to the fine sets of resource links, from the stimulating articles of the online magazine to the fascinating research of the statistical study "West Virginia Women: In Perspective," CWS has a lot to offer.

This part of CLNET offers information about Chicanas and Latinas. With profiles, interviews, announcements, events information, directories, and discussion topics, this is a very useful site.

The developers of this site have compiled lots of interdisciplinary resources pertaining to the patterns of gender around the ancient Mediterranean. There are online articles, images, a searchable bibliography, Biblical studies, and more.

If you're looking for a biography about a woman important in history, here is the site for you! There are writers, educators, scientists, heads of state, politicians, civil rights crusaders, artists, entertainers, and others. Listed alphabetically or by field of activity.

Hear the music of early women composers, read about their art and contributions to their cultures, and link to an annotated CD discography. This well researched and documented source offers information categorized chronologically from Byzantine, Early Gothic, & Medieval through composers born before 1900.


This is the internet search tool for women's links. You can search by keyword or browse through twenty main topics including art, business, resources, and health.

This site points you to feminist bookstores in Europe, Canada, and the U.S. It also has links to reviews of women's books and encourages support of women's writing, publishing, and marketing.

Strong with information pertaining to activism, this site brings you current issues, resources, and contacts. It also has direct e-mail to the White House. You'll find articles and speeches from journalists, grassroots organizers, and experts, as well as resources pertaining to women's health issues. Lots of content and resources!

The caretakers of this site claim that it is a research, information, and action site. They have fulfilled their claim many times over! They offer news, events, information regarding such topics as affirmative action and breast cancer, and even a listing of "911" resources for women! Lots of current, pertinent, useful information, very well organized.

This is an incredible resource with a vast amount of information about women, politics and public affairs.

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