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"The role of a writer is not to say what we all can say, but what we are unable to say."
-Anais Nin

A Celebration of Women Writers: Browse for women authors by century, country or name. Books, bibliographies and biographies on-line. Features many little known women authors.

A Musical Romp through Women's History: Here are some things that creative women are doing to put their politics into song!

The International Alliance for Women in Music: A resource on women composers and women in music topics.

The Varo Registry: An electronic registry of artwork by contemporary international women artists. They are also creating a clearinghouse of information for the study of women artists throughout time.

The World's Women On-Line!: Women artists work from around the world arranged alphabetically.

WomEnhouse: A collaborative, multi-authored site that explores the politics of domesticity and gender relations through virtual "rooms" and conceptual domestic "spaces" created by 24 artists, architects, poets, art historians, and cultural theorists. WomEnhouse takes its initial inspiration from the 1972 Womanhouse, a groundbreaking feminist project by Judy Chicago, Miriam Schapiro and Faith Wilding, and other artists involved in the Feminist Art Program at the California Institute of the Arts.


Art & Performance/ Body Image/ Health/ Herstory/ LGBT Issues/ Race & Gender/ Violence/ Work

Women's Studies Program/ General Links/ Women's Studies201

International Web Resource Guide


This page was designed and is maintained by Jeanne Higgs
Special thanks to Sine Anahita for the art graphic.

Last updated by Coeli Monnig on 6/28/01.