- The Victorian Women Writers Project, Indiana University
- Genesis Guide to Sources (The Women's Library, London)
- CMU Materials on Gender
- Recent Dissertations on Women's History and Health Care
- CMU Materials on Feminism
- Index of fiction and nonfiction in The Girl's Own Paper, 1880-1941 (UK website)
- Emancipation of Women: 1860-1920 (UK website)
Uncovered (Channel 4, UK)
"the role of women during the Victorian age, the exploitation of young females to become prostitutes, . . . the campaign that attempted to end it. The issue of race and sexual relations is also uncovered and the problems that women in unhappy marriages occurred until The Divorce Act of 1857."
- The Christian Science Monitor's Landmarks for Women
According to the CSM, their site offers timely articles on women's issues, the "Woman's Hour," a five-part series on the 1848 Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention, and a Narrated Photo Gallery and Interactive Time Line which allows one to choose dates from 1848 to the present to discover "Where Women Stand."
- Gody's Lady's Book Online (1835: numberss 211, 212, 213, and 214)
- Gody's Lady's Book Online (Nov 1850)
- Helena Wojtczak's English Social History: Women of Hastings and St. Leonards (UK website)
Every year over 1,000 doctoral dissertations from universities worldwide examine the broad scope of women's history and health care issues. This new scholarship is coming from a widely diverse number of scholarly professions, from architecture through women's studies. Broad topics include biographies of notable women throughout history, the portrayal of women in literature and the arts, and women's efforts throughout history as reformers, scholars, artists, and leaders. In the area of women's health care dissertations cover specific diseases, women's roles as health care providers past and present, and basic themes in women's health care.
Last modified 3 July 2003