Women's History & Feminist Theory Links--Some Starting PointsWomen's History and Feminist Theory
History 182/Women's Studies 100
Professor Catherine Lavender
- An introduction to Feminist History and Historiography:
- A timeline of women's history.
- A list of great quotes by women.
- Feminist History.
- Gender and Society: A Matter of Nature or Nurture?
- National Women's History Project
- Women's Resources on the WWW
- Women Homepage from Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Women in American History from the University of Omaha.
- What other Women's History Courses are Teaching:
- Women in American society, 1607-1848 Bibliography.
- WGSt--Special Topics 298 at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada
- Hi113: Women and the American Experience Syllabus
- Feminist/Women's Studies Resources on WWW
- Feminist Websites
- Feminism and Women's Studies
- Some Cool Women's Links:
- Images of the Colonial Family
- Witchcraft in Salem
- Godey's Lady's Book
- The Victorian Women Writers Project
- A Celebration of Women Writers
- Valley of the Shadow
- Women and the Slave Community
- Women and Prohibition
- The Civil War and Sex Roles
- The Yellow Wallpaper site, dedicated to the study of Charlotte Perkins Gilman's novella.
- History of Marches and Mass Actions
- The Triangle Strike and Fire
- Getting the Vote
- Upstate New York and the Women's Rights Movement
- Women in the Great Depression
- Women in WWII
- National Organization of Women
- Women and Nature
- A gopher resource concerning ecofeminism.
- Some Powerful Women:
- Rachel Carson
- Ida B. Wells
- Emma Goldman
Prepared by Professor Catherine Lavender for History 182/Women's Studies 100 (Women's History and Feminist Theory), The Department of History, The College of Staten Island of The City University of New York, Spring Semester 1998.
Last modified: Monday 2 August 1999