Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Basic_W - Womens Studies War & Politics Bookstore
Page 1     1-20 of 105    1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Womens Studies War & Politics:     more books (100)
  1. Women's Identities at War: Gender, Motherhood, and Politics in Britain and France during the First World War by Susan R. Grayzel, 1999-06-28
  2. Why War: Psychoanalysis, Politics and the Return to Melanie Klein (Bucknell Lectures in Literary Theory) by Jacqueline Rose, 1993-12-15
  3. Women in Europe Between the Wars: Politics, Culture And Society
  4. The Transfiguring Sword: The Just War of the Women's Social and Political Union (Studies Rhetoric & Communicati) by Cheryl Jorgensen-Earp, 1997-03-30
  5. Women, War, and Work: The Impact of World War I on Women Workers in the United States (Contributions in Women's Studies) by Maurine Weiner Greenwald, 1980-12-23
  6. The Public at Play: Gender and the Politics of Recreation in Post-War Ontario (Studies in Gender and History, 13) by Shirley Tillotson, 2000-06
  7. Petticoats and White Feathers: Gender Conformity, Race, the Progressive Peace Movement, and the Debate Over War, 1895-1919 (Contributions in Women's Studies) by Erika A. Kuhlman, 1997-09-30
  8. New Voices in the Nation: Women and the Greek Resistance, 1941-1964 (Wilder House Series in Politics, History, and Culture) by Janet Hart, 1996-01
  9. Russian Women in Politics and Society (Contributions in Women's Studies)
  10. Gender, Civil War and National Identity: Women Partisans during the Greek Civil War 1946-1949.: An article from: The Australian Journal of Politics and History by Margaret Poulos, 2000-09-01
  11. Mothers of Heroes, Mothers of Martyrs: World War I and the Politics of Grief by Suzanne Evans, 2007-03
  12. Women Against War by Women's Division of Soka Gakkai, 1986-11
  13. France Between the Wars: Gender and Politics by Sian Reynolds, 1996-08-15
  14. Revolutionary Backlash: Women and Politics in the Early American Republic (Early American Studies) by Rosemarie Zagarri, 2007-10

1. Womens Studies Resources In The CAC
Center for Archival Collections. Bibliography womens studies ResourcesPart 1. Manuscript Collections. Smaller Manuscript Collections. Women in politics in NW Ohio. MS 82Mary Francis Feasel Alderton (18511932) Diaries, 1903-1919. Army Corps during World war II of a Toledo woman
Center for Archival Collections
Womens Studies ResourcesPart 1
MS 82 Mary Francis Feasel Alderton (1851-1932)
Diaries, 1903-1919.
Diaries with daily entries of activities and purchases in Seneca County, Ohio. Entries also cover domestic situations, religious essays, and mental health problems. MS 89 American Association of University Women. Bowling Green Branch.
Records, 1938-
Minutes, correspondence, membership records, newsletters, and scrapbook materials of local AAUW chapter, founded in 1938. MS 90 Ohio College Association: Women's Physical Education Section.
Records, 1920-1988.
Minutes, constitutions, bylaws, correspondence, membership lists, financial reports, subject files, and biographies of an organization devoted to promoting "cooperation among departments of physical education in colleges and universities in the state of Ohio." MS 92 Evelyn Barber Metcalf Brewster (1889-1979)
Papers, 1827-1969.
Diaries, correspondence, and scrapbook materials of a prominent Findlay, Ohio family. Father, Clarendon B. Metcalf, was a mayor of Findlay, Hancock County auditor, and a school superintendant. Collection includes genealogical material. Evelyn was the first woman County Auditor. MS 98 Esther Irene Brisbin (1899- )
Papers, 1918-1924.

2. Women's Studies: General Or Mixed
the study of women and war and women Lesbian Sites, Music, Philosophy, politics,Science, Theology InforM womens studies Database The most comprehensive site

Activism Art Communication/Media ... AS@UVA Yellow Pages: Gender Studies
Selective, timely links to resources relating to Gender in America; general resources plus editors' selections of the most useful sites. Topics: Women's Studies Resoures, Family Studies Resources, Queer Studies Resources, Men's Studies Resources
"A website for Asian women that's beyond stereotypes." A great resource jam-packed with news.
Border Crossings
An experiment in hypertextual relationships by Karla Tonella of the University of Iowa that explores the common ground between Cyorgs, Gender, LesBiGay, Dispora, La Frontera, Border Incidents and Other Borders.
Chicana Feminist Homepage - Making Face, Making Soul
Created by Susana Gallardo, a doctoral candidate in the department of Religious Studies at Stanford University. A deserving winner of the "Lycos Top 5% of the Web" award. Chock full of substantive content and valuable resources. This site keeps its eye on other online news and magazine sites for stories on Chicanas from basketball players to an index of professors. That's the front page. Inside you will find poetry, literature, biographies and many more links to resources and other Chicana sites.
Exoticize My Fist (Asian-American Feminist Resources) Gender and the Law
The menu is based on Katharine T. Bartlett

3. Omniseek /Lifestyle /Women /Politics /Womens Rights
politics Peace, war and Militarism Economic Issues Labor, The Market, The Environment, Development ( http//womensstudies the Eagleton Institute of politics at Rutgers, The State{57712}

4. Philippines Womens Studies Studies Bibliography
Southeast Asia womens studies Bibliography, Philippines. Bibliography of Asian studies. Ann Arbor, Mich and kinship politics female power in postwar Philippines thorough listing of international womens organizations. International Labour

Biographies General Works Journal Articles ... Web Sites
Bibliography of Asian studies. Ann Arbor, Mich. : Association for Asian Studies, 1957 UCB Main DS503.1.F3 Shelved: Latest 10 vols. (1980-1989) in Reference and UCB SSEA DS511.A12.B6 REF Library has: 1956- Also available, for currently enrolled U.C. Berkeley students, faculty and staff, is a searchable web-base version of Bibliography of Asian Studies (UCB Only)
Compendium of social statistics and indicators, 1988 = Recueil de statistiques et d'indicateurs sociaux, [1988] / Department of International Economic and Social Affairs = Departement des affairs economiques... New York : United Nations, 1991. UCB GovSocSci HN25 .C6 1988 Ready Reference Critical issues in Philippine research : a selected and annotated literature review on the women's movement, conflict in ... / Anderson, James N. (James Nelson) Berkeley, CA : Centers for South and Southeast Asia Studies, University of California, 1996. UCB SSEA DS686.5.A12.A53 1996 REF

5. Powell's Books - Used, New, And Out Of Print
Violence womens studies. Feminist studies. Film and Television both real and fictional, divided into letters on friendship, marriage, childbirth, travel, work, war, and politics
Rare Books Technical Books Kids' Books eBooks ...
Gay and Lesbian Studies

Gender Studies


Georgie's Picks

view all sections...

Womens Studies
There are 3390 books in this aisle.
Browse the aisle by Title by Author by Price See recently arrived used books in this aisle. Featured Titles in Gender Studies -Womens Studies: Page 51 of 170 next New Trade Paper add to wish list Gender Studies: Terms and Debates by Anne Cranny-francis Publisher Comments Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-269) and index.... read more about this title check for other copies Used Trade Paper List Price $33.95 add to wish list Studies in the Social and Cultural Foundations of Language #4: Language, Gender, and Sex in Comparative Perspective by Susan Philips Synopsis This volume places the analysis of language and gender in the context of a bio-cultural framework, examining both cultural and biological sources of gender differences in language, as well as the interaction between them.... read more about this title check for other copies Sale Hardcover List Price $39.95

6. Women’s Studies: Guide To Reference Sources
Women's studies womens studies Guide to Reference Sources Economics. Labor. Government and politics. Rights. Law Helena and Hoover Institution on war, Revolution and Peace
catalog worldcat using the library electronic resources ...
Women's Studies

Guide to Reference Sources
Compiled by
Frank Conaway
Sem Sutter
Sources in the Social Sciences in the University of Chicago Library, 5
University of Chicago Library
Chicago, Illinois 60637
This Guide Sociological Abstracts, Historical Abstracts, MLA, PAIS, American National Biography, Contents: Guides Encyclopedias, dictionaries almanacs Methodology, thesauri Directories ... Science and medicine GUIDES Brennan, Shawn; Winklepleck, Julie; Misiroglu, Gina Renée, and MacNee, Marie J. Resourceful woman . Detroit. MI: Visible Ink, 1994. ix, 833 p. Includes index. WomenHandbooks, manuals, etc/ FeminismHandbooks, manuals, etc/ Women Carter, Sarah and Ritchie, Maureen Women's studies : a guide to information sources . New York London: McFarland Mansell, 1990. 278 p. Includes index. WomenBibliography Terris, Virginia R. Woman in America : a guide to information sources . Detroit, Mich: Gale Research Co, 1980. xviii, 520 p. Includes indexes. WomenUnited StatesBibliography/ Women's studiesUnited StatesBibliography/ WomenInformation servicesUnited States Searing, Susan E.

7. Colby College Libraries: Research: Guides: Womens Studies
A guide to selected basic bibliographic and reference materials about the womens studies that are easily available to Colby students in paper or electronic format. war. East Asian studies. Economics. Education. English Literature. The Environment. French Literature and studies. Geology. Government and politics womens studies. Bates Subject Guides
Women's Studies As with any interdisciplinary topic, the material on Women's Studies is vast and scattered. This guide represents only a sampling of materials available; users should always check the shelves near the items listed and search the Library Catalog for complete coverage of their topic.

General Encyclopedias

Topical Encyclopedias

Other Web Sites

  • REF HQ 1115 .K73 1985b
    A Feminist Dictionary. Boston: Pandora Press, 1985.
    Uses quotations to define a variety of terms.
    REF HQ 1115 .H86 1995
    Humm, Maggie. The Dictionary of Feminist Theory 2d ed. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1995. A more traditional dictionary approach to feminist content. Good starting place for most terms and concepts. REF HQ 1115 .R68 2000 Gamble, Sarah. The Routledge Critical Dictionary of Feminism and Postfeminism. NY: Routledge, 2000. Fifteen signed essays on various topics plus an A to Z section of key themes and major figures, briefly described. REF HQ1190 .E63 2000 Code, Lorraine, ed.
    Founding Fathers and Forgotten Mothers pick historical and political research by Blackdisrupt Ariel Sharon brand him a war Criminal in US womens studies Conf
    vipassana meditation peace pilgrim common dreams bat shalom ... flashpoints
    words from bat shalom

    audio picks: Ghosts and Echoes (audio) - pick
    an essay by New York poet, Robin Morgan
    Shema (Listen)
    - pick
    Puerto Rican-Jewish poet, Aurora Levins Morales Sept 12, 2001
    Essay: War is Peace
    - pick
    author of 'God of Small Things': Arundhati Roy More Let The Women Speak (text/audio via Flashpoints Radio
    Ronnie Gilbert
    of FBI targets: the The Weavers and Women in Black
    Barbara Kingsolver
    The Basis Of Democracy Dr. Sunera Thobani outspoken Canadian feminist Medea Benjamin firey co-founder of Global Exchange Penny Rosenwasser Middle East Childrens Alliance ( MECA ) (text synopsis only) Barbara Lubin Founder Middle East Childrens Alliance ( MECA Kate Rafael of Women in Black , and Rachel Letterman of the National Lawyers Guild , on protecting yourself from the FBI Robin Morgan New York feminist poet, on the 'sexuality of terrorism'. Barbara Lubin Live from a big Berkeley anti-war protest Robin Morgan essay

    9. Peace Studies-Course Catalog Bucknell University
    RELI, 234, Issues of Religion and Culture Ethics of war and Peace. RELI, 281,Religion and American politics. WMST, 150, Introduction to womens studies.
    Home Academics Course Catalog Optional Minors ... University Directory Peace Studies
    Peace Studies Minor Coordinator : Tansa G. Massoud There are over 160 higher learning institutions offering peace studies programs in the United States and over 500 colleges around the world. The United States government gave official recognition to the field of peace studies in 1984 when it established the U.S. Institute of Peace. In 1987, the Peace Studies Association, a professional academic body, was established. In addition, the field is represented by the Consortium on Peace Research, Education, and Development (COPRED). There are at least six scholarly journals devoted to peace studies. Peace studies is an interdisciplinary field of study housed primarily in the social sciences. A partial list of topics under peace studies includes violence, war, ethnic conflict, conflict management, conflict resolution, peace making, law, human rights, values, justice, environment, racism, sexism, and nonviolence. Normatively, the goal of peace studies is to promote a more just and peaceful world. studies in a variety of fields, including journalism, education, media, politics, public policy, law, business, domestic and international organizations, and international relations.

    10. MIT Program In Women's Studies
    in Bombay in the wake of the American Civil war. Please RSVP to womensstudies@mit.eduto join in the and relate these strategies to the politics of sexual
    All events are on the MIT campus and free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Event calendars for 2002-2003 events are also available. If you are interested in proposing an event in Women's Studies or would like Women's Studies co-sponsorship for your event, please fill out this form and e-mail it to , fax it to 617.258.8635, or bring it to . A member of the Women's Studies Programming Committee will get back to you at their earliest convenience. Please keep in mind that Women's Studies has a limited budget for co-sponsoring events with other MIT departments, programs, groups, and individuals. Fall 2003




    IAP 2004
    Spring 2004



    January There are currently no events scheduled for January. Tuesday, February 3 Women's Studies Open House Come find out about Women's Studies, see syllabi for Women's Studies classes, meet faculty and students, enjoy refreshments, get your forms signed, find out about upcoming events...and more!

    Translation Women and politics Women, war, and Peace African Women Developmentand politics Latina Writing Rupal Oza womens studies Program Hunter College
    A Women's Studies major will enhance your degree by demonstrating to employers that you are conversant with some of the most pressing issues facing the workplace today, such as gender equity and sexual harassment. Majoring in Women's Studies is useful, directly and indirectly, in all fields involving an analysis of society and social interaction. Women's Studies graduates may seek employment in any field, including such areas as health care, counseling, advertising, market research, publishing, teaching, public service, advocacy, or administrative work. The major is an appropriate preparation for professional schools and for postgraduate work in Women's Studies or in one of the many disciplines from which the major draws its curriculum.
    Back to Top

    CORE COURSES Introduction to Women's Studies
    Classics in Feminist Thought
    Senior Seminar
    -Research Seminar: Feminist Theory and
    -Internship Seminar: Feminist Activism and

    12. Colgate University Catalog
    Development EDUC 310, politics in Education ENGL 461, studies in the 1700–Present(Gender in Old Regime) PEAC 260, Women and Peace war, Resistance, and
    Colgate Catalogue Table of Contents Colgate University Admission Expenses ... Search Courses of Study Africana and Latin American Studies

    Art and Art History

    Asian Studies
    Women's Studies

    Women’s Studies Director M. Thie
    Advisory Committee:
    Darby, Dudden, Frank, Gogel, Grapard, Harsh, Harsin, Hart, Hays-Mitchell, Hunter, K. Johnston, Julien, Knuth, Little, Martin, Moran, Oliver, Rugg, Schwarzer, Taliaferro, Thie Townsend, Underhill, Walters The Women’s Studies Program is built on the understanding that gender is a critical category in human knowledge and action. Women’s Studies recognizes the complexities of women’s lives in class, social, racial, sexual, ethnic, regional, and national diversity. Women’s past experiences and perceptions have been sufficiently different from men’s past experiences and perceptions that both need to be recognized and acknowledged if we are to understand human experience fully. Women’s Studies seeks to provide insights which lead scholars beyond older disciplinary traditions, and which include all people — envisioning a future beyond traditional gender roles and inequities. Women’s Studies is distinguished by its interdisciplinary nature. Interdisciplinary study leads students to a critical perspective on frameworks, concepts, and methods, enabling them to understand better both the past and the contemporary world. Students in both the major and minor concentration programs engage in research requiring the use of multiple methodologies. Students take courses grounded in similar assumptions and raise similar questions regarding gender, but they examine these assumptions and questions within different disciplines and employing different methodologies. In this way, students achieve an understanding of the complexity and the wholeness of human experience.

    13. Women's Studies At SCSU
    interested in submitting a proposal for the Symposium, please contact the Women’sStudies Program at Women International politics politics of war.
    Southern Connecticut State University Women’s Studies Program Presents The Fourteenth Annual Women’s Studies Conference on the campus of Southern Connecticut State University OCTOBER 22 AND 23, 2004 i nvitation for proposals on interdisciplinary scholarly and creative work Southern Connecticut State University’s Women’s Studies Conference Committee has chosen an urgent theme in recognition of the coming election year: the 2004 Conference Committee invites academicians, feminists and women’s activists from all disciplines and locations to submit proposals for the 14 th Annual Conference, “Women, Power and Politics.” Proposal Format Panels Each 75 minute session usually includes three presenters and a session moderator, but individual presenters may request an entire session for a more substantial paper or presentation. Presenters are encouraged, though not required, to form their own panels. The Conference Committee will group individual proposals into panels and assign a moderator. Please indicate in your contact information if you are willing to serve as a moderator. Graduate Student Symposium This year’s conference will feature a conjoined Symposium to highlight the academic work of Graduate Students in Women’s Studies and related fields. If interested in submitting a proposal for the Symposium, please contact the Women’s Studies Program at one of the addresses listed on the reverse.

    14. - Politics - New Analysis Says Women's Studies Prism Emits A Distinc
    and The war Against Boys, agreed. Women s studies is dominated by the moreeccentric wing, the radical feminist, what I call gender feminists.,2933,48663,00.html
    OAS_AD('Top'); New Analysis Says Women's Studies Prism Emits a Distinctly Feminist Coloring Monday, March 25, 2002 By Kelley Beaucar Vlahos OAS_AD('Middle'); That is the universal claim found in women's studies textbooks on college campuses today, according to a critical analysis by the Independent Women's Forum, a women's group that has often tangled with the traditional feminist establishment. The treatise, set forth by Christine Stolba, a senior fellow at IWF, has already drawn fire from scholars who see Stolba as an "ultra-conservative" with an ax to grind against traditional feminists. "I think it's outrageous. It's irresponsible," said Magdalena Garcia-Pinto, president of the National Women's Studies Association, which says there are 750 respected women's studies programs in higher education. Stolba reviewed five of the most popular introductory textbooks and over 30 course syllabi from major colleges and universities across the country. She said many of the textbooks ignore the advances women have made in order to push an anti-male, liberal agenda that is rooted more in the stone age of gender relations than in 21st-century culture. "It is a truth universally acknowledged in women's studies textbooks that women have been and continue to be the victims of oppression," wrote Stolba. "Women's studies textbooks support a large number of factual inaccuracies. Many of these are deliberately misleading sisterly sophistries."

    15. University Of Wisconsin Women's Studies Programl
    (Religious studies 265) 268 Gender, Communication and Relationships3 cr. (Political Science 302) 303 Women and politics 3 cr.
    Helen M. Bannan - Director of Women's Studies
    Women's Studies Program
    University of Wisconsin
    Department Arts/Communications 312
    800 Algoma Blvd. Oshkosh, WI 54901
    Department # 920-424-0384, Direct line to Acting Director: 920-424-0892 Fax: 920-424-0882
    F a c ...
    Courses Offered in Spring of 2004
    To view the syllabus/biography offered by each instructor, please click on their name. Adams, Joy Geography
    Andrews, Joyce, Music
    Angwall, Merlaine, Communication (Theatre)
    Bannan, Helen, Women's Studies

    Baker, Noelle, English
    Baurecht, William C., English Beliveau, Ralph, Communication Bergoffen, Wendy, English Birnbaum, Matthew, Public Affairs Bryan, Catherine, Modern Languages (Spanish) Burnett, Nancy, Economics, Chair Cannon, Elizabeth, Director of Women's Center, English, Christian-Smith, Linda, Curriculum and Instruction Corley, Kathleen, Religious Studies Crass, Barbara, Anthropology Cross, Joann, Business Administration Dingledine, Don, English Epple, Dorothy, Social Work

    16. LSU Libraries -- Women's And Gender Studies
    list in Women s studies for politics and Feminist US History Maintained by the Women sstudies Section of Civil war Primary Sources on the Internet Collection
    Women's and Gender Studies
    WGS at LSU and in Louisiana Recommended Sites
    Education Resources
    Women's and Gender Studies (WGS) at LSU and in Louisiana
    Return to Top of the Page
    Recommended Sites
    • Women's Studies/Women's Issues Resource Sites
      A selective, annotated web site containing resources and information about women's studies/women's issues with emphasis on sites of use to an academic women's studies program.
    • WSSLinks
      Well organized collection of academic resources on various topics in women's studies. Maintained by the Collection Development committee of ACRL-WSS (Association of College and Research Libraries' Women's Studies Section).

    17. The Women's Army Corps
    THE WOMEN'S ARMY CORPS A COMMEMORATION OF WORLD war II SERVICE. By Judith A. Bellafaire. CMH Publication 7215. Introduction. World war II was the largest and most violent armed conflict in the history of mankind. a series of studies on the Army's campaigns of that war versed in national and local politics. Before her marriage
    THE WOMEN'S ARMY CORPS: A COMMEMORATION OF WORLD WAR II SERVICE By Judith A. Bellafaire CMH Publication 72-15 Introduction World War II was the largest and most violent armed conflict in the history of mankind. However, the half century that now separates us from that conflict has exacted its toll on our collective knowledge. While World War II continues to absorb the interest of military scholars and historians, as well as its veterans, a generation of Americans has grown to maturity largely unaware of the political, social, and military implications of a war that, more than any other, united us as a people with a common purpose. Highly relevant today, World War II has much to teach us, not only about the profession of arms, but also about military preparedness, global strategy, and combined operations in the coalition war against fascism. During the next several years, the U.S. Army will participate in the nation's 50th anniversary commemoration of World War II. The commemoration will include the publication of various materials to help educate Americans about that war. The works produced will provide great opportunities to learn about and renew pride in an Army that fought so magnificently in what has been called "the mighty endeavor." World War II was waged on land, on sea, and in the air over several diverse theaters of operation for approximately six years. The following essay on the critical support role of the Women's Army Corps supplements a series of studies on the Army's campaigns of that war.

    18. MINERVA Bibliographies: General Works And Collections
    and war Essays in History, politics, and Social Munitions The Language of Worldwar I Munitions Reports.” Women s studies International Forum
    MINERVA Bibliographies: General Works and Collections
    About The Minerva Center

    Minerva 20 years

    H-MINERVA Discussion List
    SPAM Notice

    [ General Works and Collections ] United States Russia/Soviet Union/Central Europe (in English) Russia/Soviet Union/Central Europe (not in English) Ancient/Late Antiquity ... POWs/Vietnam
    Most Recommended:
    • Addis, Elisabetta, Valeria E. Russo, and Lorena Sebesta, Eds.
      Women Soldiers: Images and Realities.
      New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1994 De Pauw, Linda Grant
      Battle Cries and Lullabies: Women in War from Prehistory to the Present
      Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998
      Goldman, Nancy Loring, Ed. Female Soldiers - Combatants or Noncombatants?: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1982 International History Review issue devoted to "Twentieth-Century Women in Wartime." (February 1997) Saywell, Shelley Women in War Markham, Ont: Viking, 1985 Segal, Mady Wechsler “Women in the Armed Forces.” Women and the Use of Military Force . Eds. Howes, Ruth and Michael Stevenson

    19. Feminism/Women's Studies Internet Resources
    Women s History Month; Civil war Women; Distinguished Women of Links; Women in politics Feminist Internet Religion and Theology ACRL Women s studies Section;
    Feminism/Women's Studies Internet Resources Contents Winnie Shyam
    Associate Librarian, Head of Reference
    Please upgrade your web browser now or enable Javascript to make full use of this website.

    20. Browse
    criminology, anthropology, public health, and women?s studies the Argentine junta sDirty war against subversives disappeared, a group of women forged the Studies

    A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

    Page 1     1-20 of 105    1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | Next 20

    free hit counter