WWW women Homepage

Robert Harper harper at shamrock.csc.fi
Fri Jul 22 03:20:24 EST 1994


The beginning of a collection of online writings and resources by/about/for women. I
haven't really had time to spiff it up yet, but it'll get better. If you have anything
you'd like to see on this page, send me mail! This page is heavily under construction,
as I add ten new links and a little organization, so it's a little haphazard, but soon (I
promise!) it'll be far cooler than before. 

   Women in Computer Science and Engineering 
   Women's Studies Programs and Women's Centers 
   Women in Academia and Industry 
   Gender and Sexuality 
   Information Clearinghouses and Resources 
   Big Collections of Information 
   Women's Health and Women in the Health Care Industry 
   Unclassified Cool Information 

   Women in computer science and engineering 

      Ellen Spertus has made available some of her writings on women in
      computer science and engineering. 
      Gender Issues in Computer Networking, by Leslie Regan Shade.
      (Conversion to HTML in progress) 
      Information about Women's Wire, an online computer network
      serving the information and networking needs of women. 
      An action plan put out by the University of Madison, Wisconsin, for
      women in science, engineering, and computing. 
      The 1994 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. 
      WICSE at Berkeley (Women in CS and EE) 

   Women's studies programs and women's centers 

      The inforM database at the University of Maryland 
      Women's Centers at other colleges. 
      Minnesota Women's Center's Information and Referral Database 
      (IRD) (contains information on counselling, housing, health, finances,
      women in science and engineering, domestic abuse, and other issues) 
      Some information on work towards a Women's Center at MIT 
      Women's Studies stuff from a lot of different colleges. 
      something about a women's center, from the G&S page people 
      yet another neat-o collection of women's studies stuff. 
      Calls For Papers on a wide variety of issues 

   Women in academia and industry 

      Hints For An Academic Career: a collection of hints for women going
      into academics, compiled by Marianne Winslett. 
      Directory of women's professional organizations. 

   Gender and Sexuality 

      The Sexuality and Gender homepage. This connection can be a little
      slow, but it has some really great stuff on it. 
      A Gender directory is maintained by BAWIT (Bay Area Women in
      Telecommunications). This link may be a little slow. 
      Griggers: Lesbian Bodies 

   Information Clearinghouses and References

      Laura Hunt's guide to feminist/women's studies resources on the
      Internet. (HTML-izing in progress.) (Okay, no, I haven't done
      anything in months. Might still happen, though.) 
      A Women's guide to the Internet. Or something. 
      TAP: The Ada Project at Yale 

   Big Old Collections of Info 

      For a long, long list of more resources, search for "women" here. 
      a gopher thing 
      Another pile of gopher stuff. What a mess. Great stuff though, if you
      can find it. 

   Women's health and women in the health care industry 

      A bibliography of information on women in science, health and
      technology. 
      The New York State Breast Cancer Information Clearinghouse. 
      Midwifery WWW server 
      Nightingale, the UTennesee Nursing Gopher. 

   Stuff not classified quite yet 

      The Global Fund for Women. 
      A fact sheet on women's political progress in the USA. 
      Marketing Angry Women 
      Biographies of Women in Congress 
      Bay Area Model Mugging. It's really cool. 

   maintained by Jessie Stickgold-Sarah 
   sorokin at mit.edu




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