International Women’s Day

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Judith Leyster self-portrait
Judith Leyster, self-portrait

Kristin at Historiological Notes has some history and links. I’ll probably have more to add here during the day… (i’ll keep this post at the top of the page for the day.)

Random women’s history links

Internet Women’s History Sourcebook
BUBL Link: Women’s history
WWW-VL: Women’s history
ViVa bibliography of women’s history
Women’s history links

Early modern women database
Emory women writers’ project
Chez la veuve: women printers in Britain 1475-1700
The Orlando Project: women’s writing in the British Isles
Martha Ballard
The Bluestocking Archive
Women philosophers of the 17th and 18th centuries

Diotima: women and gender in the ancient world
Life and works of Hildegard von Bingen
Feminae: medieval women and gender index
Not for ourselves alone: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B Anthony
American women in the 20th century

In their own words
Glikl bas Judah (Gluckel of Hameln)
Katherine Phillips
Women petitioners
Susan Owen
Queen Elizabeth I
Anne Bradstreet

Sojourner Truth
Julian of Norwich

Pharyngula has Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Rob brought us Alexandra Kollontai
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, at Pratie Place.

PS: If you found (or posted yourself!) more blog posts like these yesterday (ie, focusing on women’s own words), and any other interesting stuff for IWD, drop by and leave a link in the comments.

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