Welcome to Women's Creativity and Cross-Cultural Experiences Page

Below is a list of links to material related to women's creativity and cross-cultural experiences. These links contain information about literary, artistic, religious, philosophical, and musical expressions in by women across a variety of cultures and time periods.

If you know of sites that should be linked to this page please send e-mail to this address.

This site was created by Arnie Kahn with help from Suzanne Bost, Mary Lou Wylie, Ann Crabb, Sue Spivey, Karyn Sproles, and Rita McCaslin, to support James Madison University's course, Women's Creativity and Cross-Cultural Experiences.

Women's Studies Resources Thanks to Joan Korenman, this is the best place to search any topic in women's studies. Most of these links came from her site.
Distinguished women of the past and presentBrief bios on women in many fields, including art, literature, and music.
Making Face, Making Soul: A Chicana Feminist HomepageA wealth of resources on Chicana life: bios, biblios, syllabi, literature, and much more
WombLesbian-focused site with links and essays, especially strong on the arts and on sexuality.

9000 Years of Anatolian WomenWomen's creativity, productivity, and prominance in the Anatolian region from prehistoric times onward.
DiotimaMaterials for the study of women and gender in the ancient world.

World's Women OnlineText and graphics of hundreds of women artists worldwide.
Women Artists LinksSonoma State University's links to women artists.
National Museum of Women in the ArtsExhibits, preserves, acquires, and researches art by women.

Jewish Feminist ResourcesProvides many links to Jewish feminist information.

Sakyadhita: The Internationa Association of Buddhist WomenInformation and links about women and Buddhism

African American Women: On-line Archival CollectionsManuscript pages and full text of memoirs, poems, slave letters, and much more. From Duke U. special collections library.
Africa - WomenGreat annotated links about African women south of the Saraha.

African American Women Writers of the 19th CenturyA digital collection of 52 published works.
Women Romantic Era WritersTexts and links to more texts of women romantic era writers
A Celebration of Women WritersTexts, biographies, links to women writers from antiquity to the present


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