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General Directories

House of the Goddess
"A meeting of minds that honour the female sacred."
A nice mix of personal and academic reflections. Includes booklists, research papers, introductions to Goddess studies, Paganism, and links to related web sites.
Maintained by Priestess Shan Jayran

DIOTIMA : Women and Gender in the Ancient World
"Materials for the study of women and gender in the ancient world."
Includes a section on biblical studies

Under Shekhina's Wings Cross Cultural Women's Spirituality
"Focuses on cross-cultural and interfaith women's spirituality or feminist spirituality and religion. It is primarily feminist in nature and includes sections on Jewish feminist, Earth Religions or Pagan feminist, Christian feminist, Moslem feminist, and Freedom of Religion, with additional links to Bahai and mythology sources."

Goddess, Pagan & Wicca

House of the Goddess
"A meeting of minds that honour the female sacred."
A nice mix of personal and academic reflections. Includes booklists, research papers, introductions to Goddess studies, Paganism, and links to related web sites.
Maintained by Priestess Shan Jayran

Kissing Sophia
Meditations on Goddess Spirituality, Gender and the Essence of Nature.
"The site is devoted to showing how the various creation myths mirror one another and ultimately argues for the unity of all religions. The site further deals with the gender of the Godhead, and redefines gender as a verb (Process) as oppossed to a noun (thing)."
By Burl Hall

SisterSpirit : Women Sharing Spirituality
"A women's spirituality organization, based in Portland, Oregon, honoring the Divine Feminine and celebrating Goddess in all Her forms. Our celebrations are Goddess rituals, within a cast circle, invoking the directions, raising energy, and working magic."

Under Shekhina's Wings Cross Cultural Women's Spirituality
"Focuses on cross-cultural and interfaith women's spirituality or feminist spirituality and religion. It is primarily feminist in nature and includes sections on Jewish feminist, Earth Religions or Pagan feminist, Christian feminist, Moslem feminist, and Freedom of Religion, with additional links to Bahai and mythology sources."


Buddhism

Bibliography of Women and Buddhism

Sakyadhita International
The International Association of Buddhist Women
"We wish to offer comprehensive resources to assist Buddhist women around the world in their efforts to practise the Dharma and to create a better world. More resources are to come."
Include sections on conferences, newsletters, projects teachers, and bibliography.
Maintained by Brian Wagner

Theravadan Buddhist Women Authors

The Vipassana Page
Includes a nice selection of Women's Resources

Women Active in Buddhism
"Female teachers, activists, scholars, nuns, and yoginis (practitioners) may be found on these pages, as well as teachings and special events, projects, organisations, bibliographic and contact information.  Our glossary of female Buddhas and bodhisattvas includes links to some of the best deity images on the 'Net."
By Julia Milton

Women In Buddhism

Christianity

Christian + Feminist

Christian Feminist Theology

Feminist Theology Bibliography

Feminist Theology Pathfinder

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FEMREL-L
An open discussion and resource list concerning women & religion and feminist theology.
Subscription information

Letter to Women
Pope John II's papal letter issued just prior to the Fourth World Conference on Women

The Mary Page
"Maintained by The Marian Library/International Marian Research Institute at the University of Dayton in Ohio. We are an international center of research and study on the role of Mary in Christian life."
The page covers all aspects of Mary and includes images, documents and resources

Matrix
A Collection of Resources for the Study of Women's Religious Communities, 500-1500
"Matrix is an ongoing collaborative effort by an international group of scholars of medieval history, religion, history of art, archaeology, religion, and other disciplines, as well as librarians and experts in computer technology. Our goal is to document the participation of Christian women in the religion and society of medieval Europe. In particular, we aim to collect and make available all existing data about all professional Christian women in Europe between 500 and 1500 C.E. The project draws on both textual and material sources, primary and secondary, although its basis is unpublished archival evidence. It addresses a variety of individuals and groups in medieval Europe, and a range of ecclesiastical institutions, including monastic houses of every size, affiliation, and rule. Our editorial intentions in selecting and presenting material are both scholarly and pedagogical--Matrix is designed for use by scholars, students, and anyone interested in the study of women, medieval Europe, or the history of Christianity."
One of the best academic history sites on the web. Sections include The Monasticon, The Chartulary, On-Line Articles, Bibliography, Glossary, and Images, Maps, Site Plans.
Edited by Lisa M. Bitel, University of Kansas and Katherine Gill, Yale University

The Role of Women in the Christian Churches of Paul's Day
Excerpts from Dr. Helmut Koester's September 13, 1997 address entitled, "St. Paul: His Mission to the Greek Cities & His Competitors," which he delivered at The Foundation for Biblical Research, Charlestown, NH.

Sources for Women's Studies in the Methodist Archives
"The Methodist Archives and Research Centre (MARC) is the official archive repository of the British Methodist Church. It contains the largest collection of Methodist printed books and manuscripts in Europe, and is regarded as one of the world's most important collections of source material relating to evangelical studies...This guide, while it is not comprehensive, aims to introduce researchers to selected material deposited in the MARC which is relevant to the study of women and the Methodist Church. It is aimed specifically at postgraduate students but will also be of value to the more general user of the collections."
Text by Gareth Lloyd, Methodist Archives Research Assistant (John Ryland's University Library of Manchester)


Islam

Canadian Council of Muslim Women
"The Canadian Council of Muslim Women is a national non-profit organization established to assist Muslim women in participating effectively in Canadian Society and to promote mutual understanding between Canadian Muslim women and women of other faiths."
Includes their National Newsletter

Hijab
(Institute of Islamic Information and Education)
A brief electronic reprint from the III&E Brochure Series

Muslim Women's Homepage
An extensive listing of mostly practice oriented articles and links

World Council of Muslim Women Foundation

Women in Islam


Judaism

Annotated Bibliography and Guide to Archival Resources on the History of Jewish Women in America
A slightly modified version of this bibliography is also found on pages 1553-1586 (v. 2) of Jewish Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia, edited by Paula E. Hyman and Deborah Dash Moore, and sponsored by the American Jewish Historical Society. 2 v. New York, Routledge, 1997.

Bat Kol : A Feminist House of Study
"Bat Kol seeks to create an exciting and inspirational study program in Israel for women wishing to explore Judaism in depth, from a Jewish feminist perspective. Combining intensive classroom study, field trips throughout Israel, and social action, we use the methodologies of feminist criticism to examine the integration of women into the many aspects of Jewish life."

Jewish Feminist Resources

Lilith
Section include essays, ancient, Kabbala, magic, modern, pictures and a bibliography Maintained by Alan Humm

Lilith Magazine
The Independent Jewish Women's Magazine

Maven - Jewish/Israel Index - Women and Feminism
Section from the best Jewish index on the Web. At last check (March 1998) had 40 sites listed, some with annotations


Bibliographies

Bibliography of Women in Byzantium
Edited by Thalia Gouma-Peterson

Bibliography of Women in the Ancient Near East
"A select bibliography of recent sources in the Oriental Institute Research Archives...This bibliography was compiled as a project relating to my dissertation on the economic and social roles of women in Coptic documentary texts."
By Terry G. Wolfong

Women and Religion Bibliography
Viewer included, Use Load to Disk Option (Zip file, 784K) Susan C. Lau, North Huntingdon, PA

Women and Religion Bibliography
FTP directory from the University of Ottawa

Additional Pages of Interest
Medieval History - Women & the Middle Ages
American Women's History

 

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