Feminism and Women's Studies
What is it? The Feminism and Women's Studies site, one of 44 websites hosted by the EServer, was first designed in 1993 by members of the Carnegie Mellon University Women's Center. It is one of the earliest and most popular women's studies web sites on the Internet. The site is not solely an academic web site, nor is it "nonacademic." Instead, it contains documents and links to quality information which represent the perspective of previous editors (who solicited resources that represent a cultural studies view) on women's studies. For the past four years it has been maintained by a three-person team of former MA students from the Carnegie Mellon University Literary and Critical Theory program.
Why use it? Locate Web materials on activism, theory, history, health, gender & sexuality, etc.
Subjects: Women’s & Gender Studies
Last updated: 2014-03-11 09:11:27 by Jan Zauha