New list of journals

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Take a look at our new list of peer reviewed journals in the field of gender research. This is a list of about 165 peer reviewed journals within the broad field of women’s… Continue reading

Women’s History in English

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KvinnSam – the Swedish National Resource Library for Gender Studies – has over the last years created web portals on different aspects of women’s history. We are happy to announce that we have… Continue reading

45. Conference of Women’s and Lesbian’s Archives and Libraries 2010

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Our 45th conference of  German-language lesbian/women’s libraries, archives and documentation centers will take place from 28th untill 31st of October 2010 in Dresden. Our  umbrella organization “i.d.a.” have joined  organisations  from Germany, Austria,… Continue reading

ATGENDER Elections for the Board

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While Atgender (The European Association for Gender Research, Education and Documentation) is celebrating its first anniversary, any Atgender’s member is invited to participate to the Elections for the board by the end of… Continue reading

European Women’s Thesaurus online in new layout

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Looking for information on Amazons, Anorexia nervosa, Black feminism, Child abuse, Feminist media or Images of women? These are just a few terms from the European Women’s Thesaurus, a tool for indexing and… Continue reading

WINE women meet IFLA’s Women Information and Libraries Special Interest Group.

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On August 14th. 2010 representatives of WINE (Maria Gronroos, KILDEN, ; Silvia Radicioni, Biblioteca delle Donne, Bologna; Berith Backlund, Kvinnsam, and Tilly Vriend, Aletta, ) met Maria Cotera a.o. of IFLA’s Women’s Special… Continue reading

UN resolution 1325 ten years on

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Ten years after UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security was adopted by the UN Security Council, the issue of the role of women in war and conflict has achieved… Continue reading

“At the limit of what a person can bear”

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New PhD-thesis from Norway: Most pregnant women whose foetus is proven to have a genetic abnormality choose to have an abortion, but reaching that decision is a painful, exhausting process for most of… Continue reading

The boundaries of desire

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NEW PhD-thesis from Norway: Post-apartheid South Africa: A white professor is accused of sexually harassing a coloured student and loses his job. His daughter is gang raped by a group of black men.… Continue reading

Amazone, its history and its aims

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Learn more about Amazone. Interview with Mieke Van Nuland, first director of Amazone, the federal resource centre for the equality between ♀/♂, Brussels-Belgium, (1995-2009).