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American Memory: Women's History
Photographs and more from The Library of Congress
Center for Sex and Culture
Judgment-free education and other resources for audiences across the sexual and gender spectrum
Documents from the Women's Liberation Movement
Archival collection from the Special Collections Library at Duke University
The Feminist Theory Website
Provides research materials and information about women's conditions and struggles around the world
Gender and Sexuality Virtual Resource Center
Designed to aid your study of gender and sexuality at AACC
Sophia Smith Collection of Women's History
Digital exhibits in women's history from Smith College
Visual Culture and Gender
A peer-reviewed international multimedia journal published annually
Women's Studies Database: Gender Issues
Database about gender issues from the University of Maryland's Women's Studies Department
WomenWatch: United Nations Inter-Agency Network on Women and Gender Equality
Information and resources on the promotion of gender equality and empowerment throughout the United Nations system
Courtney Martin: Reinventing feminism
Blogger Courtney Martin examines the perennially loaded word "feminism" in this personal and heartfelt talk. She talks through the three essential paradoxes of her generation's quest to define the term for themselves. (11:27).
For more information about this subject or this speaker, visit this talk at ted.org.
Library photo courtesy of Barry Halkin Photography