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Women's Studies

A guide to Ingram Library and Internet resources for Women's Studies

Internet stuff you can use

National Organization for Women

Since 1966 the National Organization for Women (NOW) has been advocating for women's rights. Their goal is to have women be full participants in society and ending discrimination against women.


National Women's Law Center

Works to get new laws on the books and enforce existing laws related to women and family issues. They also educate the public about ways to make sure laws and public policies work for women and families.


National Women's Studies Association

Provides a wealth of information on the field of Women's Studies.


Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Women's Studies Section

This division and section of the American Library Association promotes the field of women's studies and provides support in the areas of collection development and services for academic and research libraries.


Harvard University Open Collection Program Women Working, 1800-1930

This digital collection provides photographs, manuscripts, diaries, pamphlets and other materials related to the role of working women in the United States.


Women's Law

Focuses on law pertaining to victims of domestic violence or sexual assault.


Women's Studies Librarian's Office--University of Wisconsin at Madison

Is an excellent source of information in women's studies on a number of topics including studies.