Emory Women Writers Resource Project
This project is a collection of largely unedited texts by female authors from the 17th to the 20th centuries. There are 75 texts, most of them written in English in the United States and Great Britain. The majority of the authors are Caucasian, but the site also includes works by 12 Native... [more]
Website last visited 2004-03-16.
Gifts of Speech: Women's Speeches from Around the World
Sweet Briar College, Virginia
This site offers an archive of speeches by "influential, contemporary women." Almost all of the speeches in the collection come directly from the authors themselves or from the organizations representing them and have not been published elsewhere. The main focus is the period since 1900, although... [more]
Website last visited 2004-04-23.
Virginia Tech ImageBase - International Archive of Women in Architecture Images
Digital Libraries Archive, Virginia Tech
This site provides more than 1,000 images associated with the history of women professional architects in Europe and the United States. The material is arranged into 31 subfolios divided by subject, such as [more]
Website last visited 2004-11-03.
The World Bank Gender and Development Group
This website presents statistics relating to gender issues from more than 200 countries over the last 20 years. Data sources include national statistics, United Nations databases, and surveys conducted or funded by the World Bank. While data is not complete for all countries included over this... [more]
Website last visited 2007-06-11.
Jewish Women's Archive
Jewish Women's Archive
The Jewish Women’s Archive (JWA), a national non-profit organization, seeks to “uncover, chronicle and transmit the rich legacy of North American Jewish women.” This group of Boston-based historians and educators ably accomplishes this objective through its online exhibits, oral history... [more]
Website last visited 2004-11-17.
From History to Herstory: Yorkshire Women's Lives Online, 1100 to the Present
West Yorkshire Archive Service, United Kingdom
This site showcases the lives of women in Yorkshire, England, from the 2nd century CE to the present day. The site presents 85,000 digitized images and microfilmed documents from the collections of the archives and libraries in and around Yorkshire. Among the women featured are some extremely well... [more]
Website last visited 2005-01-31.
No Job for a Woman
Imperial War Museum
This site displays 60 images documenting the ways in which war has affected women’s lives in the 20th and 21st centuries, primarily in Britain. The site presents viewers with many ways they could use these interesting sources to consider both how women participated in the predominantly male... [more]
Website last visited 2006-05-18.