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Check out the !Women Art Revolution
"The artists’ and critics’ interviews presented here chronicle the founding years of the feminist art movement in the 1970s. While focusing on the events of that decade and the following, these narratives also discuss the impact of the civil rights, anti-war, and women’s rights movements."
HASTAC announces a new scholar's forum
"This one is on Queer & Feminist New Media Spaces, and is already off to a great start....This forum features a diverse group of featured commentators who have foregrounded and shaped the intersections of gender, sexuality, and queer media spaces through their scholarship, artistic works, and activism." Join the discussion.
Check out the online version of The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History available to Stanford-affiliated users.
Check out the new UN Secretary-General's Database on Violence Against Women launched March 2009.
"The primary source of information for the database is the responses received from Member States to the questionnaire on violence against women, of September 2008, and subsequent updates. Other sources of information include:
* States parties' reports to human rights treaty bodies