Women's Studies Subject Guide
Subject guide to women's studies resources developed by the UGA library. Includes links to the Women's Studies international, Genderwatch, and Lexus Nexus search engines. Password required for off-campus use.
Bibliographies in Gender and Women's Studies
Curated series of bibliographies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Office of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian. The bibliographies have been prepared by librarians, women’s studies faculty members, graduate students in library and information studies, staff members of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian’s Office, and others.
Feminist Periodicals is an open access repository of digitized contents pages of 150 academic journals and pop culture magazines for researchers and scholars to view what is currently being published in the fields of Feminism, Gender and Women's Studies, Sexuality Studies, and LGBTQIA+ Studies. Since many international and grassroots titles are not indexed in standard sources, Feminist Periodicals is the best key to their contents. Feminist Periodicals is made available through the Office of the Gender and Women's Studies Librarian at the University of Wisconsin.
Feminist Theory Website
An interdisciplinary site containing information on feminist theory in literature, politics, philosophy, anthropology, aesthetics, etc.
Lucy Hargrett Draper Center and Archives for the Study of the Rights of Women in History and Law, Circa 1550-2050
The purpose of the establishment of the Lucy Hargrett Draper Center and Archives for the Study of the Rights of Women in History and Law, circa 1550-2050, and the Draper Endowment to support it, is to acquire, preserve, maintain, and make available to scholars, historic collections of rare materials documenting the world's movements for women's rights and the women who led those movements. An integral part of the University of Georgia Special Collections Libraries.
The New York Public Library, Women's Studies: A Research Guide
An introduction to women's studies research at the New York Public Library, with an emphasis on the holdings of the General Research Division.