Professional Web Sites

Here is a link to a site that lists "Women's Studies Graduate Programs in United Kingdom and Ireland." It comes from a site called "International. GradSchools.com," and though I can't vouch for its comprehensiveness or even accuracy, it's a good place to start. Plus, it's really a page of organized links, so you'll be taken through to proprietary program descriptions anyway.
http://programs.gradschools.com/uk/womens_studies.html

Here's a terrific source for questions/research/resources relating to women and technology. It's The Center for Women & Information Technology hosted by UMBC (University Maryland, Baltimore County), and run by Joan Korenman (Joan moderates the WMST-L too). Cool "Resources" there too, from curricular resources, women's studies programs, women's issues resources, girl-related resources, and, of course, a bibliography on Gender and Technology in Education.
http://www.umbc.edu/cwit/

  • Professional Web Sites
  • Women's, Gender & Diversity Calendar: http://creativefolk.com/calendar.html
  • Molly Dragiewicz, PhD, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Criminology, Justice, and Policy Studies University of Ontario Institute of Technology www.mollydragiewicz.com/batterersharmchildren.htm
  • See the WAC Clearinghouse site hosted by Colorado State University. http://wac.colostate.edu You might especially note the bibliographies there for comprehensive Writing Across the Curriculum bibliographies. http://wac.colostate.edu/bib
  • This is a link to CompPile, which is the mother of all "bibliographies" in Composition and Rhetoric. It is described as "An ongoing inventory of publications in post-secondary composition, rhetoric, ESL, technical writing, and discourse studies." This site provides sources back as far as 1939, and is hosted by Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, and run by Rich Haswell (bibliography from 1939-1999) and Glenn Blalock (bibliography 2000-current, plus the site itself). Plus, this is not just a bibliography site, but also hosts a place for reviews, a glossary, panels, and FAQs related to Composition and Rhetoric. Check it out. http://comppile.tamucc.edu/
  • A site on which to discuss issues in Kairos: http://www.kairosnews.org
  • Here's a link to Janet Gray's (College of New Jersey) Fall 2007 syllabus for her "Feminism in the Workplace" (WGS399) course. You'll find a great bibliography here (including links to on-line documents) and an under-construction "Annotated Resource List" which she calls "FemWorkplace." Awsome. http://gray.intrasun.tcnj.edu/399/Index.htm
  • Here's a bibliography for people starting writing centers. http://www.writingcenters.org/bibliography.htm
    [As recommended to the WPA-L by Muriel Harris at Purdue]