Women's History Resource Site
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|Caterina Sforza||Catherine of Aragon, Queen of England||Queen Isabel I of Spain|
|Anne Boleyn, Queen of England||Queen "Bloody" Mary Tudor of England||
Queen Elizabeth I of England
|Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots||Catherine de Medici, Queen of France||Theresa of Avila|
|Erzebet Bathory of Hungary||
Marguerite of Navarre
Glückel of Hamelin
|Queen Christina of Sweden||Queen Anne of England||Maria Theresa Habsburg,
Archduchess of Austria
|Madame de Maintenon of France||Madame de Pompadour of France||Marie Antoinette, Queen of France|
|Marie-Louise Elisabeth Vige-Lebrun||Tsar Elizabeth I of Russia||Tsar Catherine II "the Great" of Russia|
|Mary Wollstonecraft of England||Luise,
Queen of Prussia
|Émilie du Châtelet|
|Jane Austen||Queen Victoria||Florence Nightingale||Elizabeth Fry|
|Women and Medicine in Early Modern Europe||Women and Science in Early Modern Europe||European Witch Hunts|
|Trung Trac and Nhi,
Empress of China
Prime Minister of India
|Aung San Suu Kyi,
Activist in Myanmar
|Purdah||The Taliban in Afghanistan||Concubinage|
Top 12 Warrior Moms in History: a brief review of some women rulers.
Diotoma: Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World
Distinguished Women of Past and Present: created by Danuta Bois. Upon discovering some interesting women previously ignored by historians, Ms. Bois wrote these numerous useful biographies with links.
National Women's History Project: created by an educational,non-profit organization. Its goals is providing materials for learning about women and recognizing their accomplishments.
Women's Hall of Fame: created by the Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, New York. It provides some brief biographies of inductees, limited to Americans.
The Nation: Women's History Month: created by the magazine of progressive opinion. It offers some articles from its archives going back to 1866 and links to feminist websites.
Gifts of Speech: Women's Speeches from Around the World: from 1848 to the present.
Other Women's Voices: Translations of Women's Writing Before 1700. from Enhuedanna to Elisabeth Charlotte, Duchesse d'Orleans.
Prof. Pavlac's Women's History Resource Site
Site built, maintained, edited and Copyright MMI by Brian A. Pavlac.
Content contributed by Profesor Pavlac and the students in the following courses at King's College
Women in Western Civilization, Fall 1997:
R. Bagnuolo | E. Bareford | R. Blythe | A. Boyle | K. Bradigan | A. Cheatle | M. Filiziani | J. Kane | R. Lindbuchler | P. McCarthy | K. McCue | E. Nummey | A. Sebellin | M. Toscani
Rise of the Modern State, Spring 1998:
Susan Arnett | Ralph Bagnuolo | Richard Blythe | Alisa Boyle | Brandon Case | Austin Clarke | Melanie Filiziani | Brian Frable | Thomas Gilroy | Kevin Lesoine | Ryan Lindbuchler | Alan Mosca | Erin Nummey | David Rodriguez | Sean Thompson | Melissa Toscani | Brian Vinsko
Asian Civilizations, Fall 1998:
Susan Arnett | Austin Clarke | Thomas Gilroy | Gary Marcin | Alan Mosca | Salvatore Picinich | Mark Pryor | Maria Ulicny
Women in Western Civilization, Fall 2000:
Dawn Drumin | Matt Gingo | Paul Lindenmuth | Tricia Tait | Karen Woods
The Witch Hunts 1400-1800, Fall 2001:
Kristopher Atkinson | Lori Castiglione | Matthew Fisher | John Fitzpatrick | Thomas Flanagan | Clark Gallo | Matt Gingo | Brian Hazlak | Peter Kizis | Jennifer Levisky | Harry Lyons | Kelly McDermott | Sarah McKelvy | Mark Pisano | David Ruggles | Sandra Silvey | Jennifer York
Women in Western Civilization, Fall 2005:
Enrica L. Bellucci | Sheldon E.Broedel | Elena M.DiGrado | Kimberly A.Fabbri | Blaise J. Fitzpatrick |
Michael Galli | Alexandra George | Jonathan Grochowski | Ashley Grove | Lynn Isaac | Jean M. Lloyd |
Elizabeth Rafter | Claire Sheehan | Melissa Stout | Andrew Wakefield
Prof. Pavlac's Women's History Resource Site:
built, maintained & Copyright © MMXI by
B. A. Pavlac: All Rights Reserved.
Site Creation: 1997
Last Revision: 10 January 2018