Natures : Race, Gender, Feminist Theory, and Political Action
Noel Sturgeon's Ecofeminist Natures is a
very welcome addition to the growing body of work on
ecofeminism. As both a cultural critic and an activist in the
women's peace movement, Sturgeon is ideally positioned to
provide a thorough, informative history of ecofeminist theory
and practice while also critically examining both the problems
and potential of different strands within the many-faced,
oppositional movement known as ecofeminism -- Dr. Karla
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The Gender Research Network was initiated by the CGIAR Gender
Program and is now sponsored by the USAID/WID "Strengthening Development Policy
Through Gender Analysis" project at IFPRI to link researchers at CGIAR centers,
national research institutes, and universities who are involved in gender and
intrahousehold research. The network includes Gender-CG, an e-mail network; a printed
newsletter; and Gender-Prop, an e-mail conference on gender and property rights.
is an e-mail network on intrahousehold and gender aspects of food and agricultural
From Gloria Orenstein
who teaches Comparative Literature and Gender Studies at U.S.C.
Internet Resource Links EMAIL Discussion Lists and
Sponsored by Gender Studies in
Agriculture Wageningen Agricultural University.
From AGRALIN: an acronym for 'Agricultural
Bibliographic Information System of the Netherlands'. This system is maintained by the
joint efforts of the Wageningen Agricultural University and the Dutch Ministry of
Agriculture, Nature Conservation and Fisheries.
This list is maintained by the University of Wisconsin
System Women's Studies Librarian 430 Memorial Library, 728 State Street, Madison,
Wisconsin 53706 (608) 263-5754 firstname.lastname@example.org
|WSSLINKS is a well-organized collection
of pointers to women's studies material on the Internet, compiled by the Women's Studies
Section of the American Library Association.
Maryland Women's Studies Resources|
Articles, reports, directory of women's studies programs, whole books, film reviews, files
associated with WMST-L (the women's studies electronic discussion forum), syllabi,
conference and job announcements, a picture gallery of famous women, and links to other
|Joan Korenman's List of
Women's Studies/Women's Issues sites|
Frequently updated list. See also updates to her book
Internet Resources on Women: Using Electronic Media in Curriculum Transformation
Forums, also maintained by Joan Korenman.|
|Women's Issues section of Policy.com, a public policy site from Digital Products,
|Women's Studies pages from the
University of Iowa |
|Women's Studies links from
"Academic Info" |
|Yahoo Directory Women's
Studies Links, and links on|
|Women's Health |
|Feminist Majority Online|
Besides information and publications from the Feminist Majority organization, this site
links to listings of new and forthcoming feminist books, help on using WWW search engines,
a directory of women's organizations, and many other feminist sites.
|Various European Women's Studies Databases:|
ARIADNE from Austria
covers articles in journals, anthologies, and conference proceedings in the humanities,
especially concerning Austrian women. In German, but may be searched in English.
from Germany focuses on feminist literary criticism.|
IIAV (International Information
Centre and Archives for the Women's Movement) in the Netherlands has several catalogs of
books, archives, and other materials.|
is a commercial site with articles and speeches by women and links to organizations,
women's health information, women-owned businesses, and other "classifieds."
|FeminaDirectory of sites on women and girls.|
|Gender and Sexuality and Feminism and Women's Studies |
Articles and other files from Carnegie Mellon University.
|Gender Studies from 'Voice
of the Shuttle," Univ. of Cal.-Santa Barbara|
|Mapping the World of Women's
Information Services project from the International Information Centre and Archives of
the Women's Movement, Amsterdam, is a database of women's libraries, documentation
centers, and other information service providers throughout the world.|
|Men's Issues |
Directory of men's organizations, articles on the history of the men's movement, men's
health, fatherhood, etc.
Wisconsin System Women's Studies Librarian's Office|
Bibliographies, short topical core lists in women's studies, Catalog of the UW System
Women's Studies Audiovisual Collection, descriptions of other publications.
|WOMAN: Woman Only Mail and News is a gateway to
information and sites primarily in Germany and in German.|
|WWWomen is a searchable directory of women-focused
material on the WWW.|
|Book Trade and
Information and Commercial Sites |
|Info. Tech. and
Computer Science |
Conferences, Concerns, & Resources |
and Linguistics |
News, and Communications Sources |
and Funding |
Feminist Theory |
|Theology and Religion |
Space on the 'Net |
|Women of Color in
the U.S., Other Groups of American Women, and Women of Other Countries |
Programs, Departments, Research Centers, Libraries, and Archives |
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use the 'Search' or 'Find' feature of your Web browser to locate particular key words. You
may also click on the colour-coded ball at the top of an entry to take you to a subject
list of similar items.
Books on the Goddess Tradition listed on the
Philosophy Research Base.
By Harry Leaf.
This web site contains goddess sculptures fired in a raku kiln. The end result are goddesses that
range from spiritual to humorous, natural to serious and many variations in between.