A project of the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program at Portland State University, this website displays biographies of individuals and organizations who contributed to making Portland the city it is today. Many of the stories were researched and written by PSU students in the "Monumental Women" capstone course.
A partnership of Portland State University, the Oregon Council of Teachers of English, and the Oregon Historical Society, and a project of the Oregon Sesquicentennial Celebration, this website is a comprehensive and authoritative compendium of information about Oregon's history and culture. The Encyclopedia grows each week.
A website celebrating 100 years of Oregon women's right to vote and advancing understanding of women's citizenship in Oregon's history.
The National Women's History Museum
A website based in the English Department at the University of Minnesota, VG publishes scholarly essays and reviews of the works and lives of women writers and artists of color as well as transcripts of interviews with and readings by women artists and writers of color.
The stories, struggles, and achievements of Jewish women in North America, the JWA website contains the most extensive collection of material anywhere on American Jewish women.
Located in New York city, this is the world's largest collection of materials by and about lesbians and their communities. The Archives offer several exhibits that travel around the world. Learn more about their exhibits here.
Includes bibliographies, exhibits, and references to websites relevant to women in the United states
An on-line exhibit, sponsored by the University of California, Berkeley, includes information about Goldman along with her speeches, articles, and essays.
National Library of Medicine. This on-line exhibit includes biographies of path-breaking women physicians.
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