The publication focuses on the crucial issues regarding the status and image of women and girls in every educational setting, both inside and outside the classroom. Appears to have ceased publication in 2012.
Digitized resources from the Schomburg Center of the New York Public Library dedicated to promoting the works of more than 40 important Black women writers from the 19th century. Includes Phillis Wheatley, Harriet Jacobs, Ann Plato, Mary Prince, and many more.
Focusing on women writers of French-speaking, sub-Saharan Africa. Includes biographical information, texts, bibliographies, interviews, links to related sites, and a search engine. English version available. Appears to have ceased in Dec. 2018.
This long-running digital project (1995- ) focuses on providing full-text works from lesser known Victorian women writers. Includes Lady Wilde, Olive Schreiner, Harriet Martineau, and many others. From Indiana University.
This project focused on the lives and works of BIPOC women writers in North America. Author pages were organized by name, place of birth, significant dates, and BIPOC identity group. Ceased in 2014 and preserved by the Univ. of Minnesota's University Digital Conservancy.
The World's Women On-line! is an electronic art networking project originally established to be presented at the United Nations' Fourth Conference on Women in Beijing, China in 1995. Utilizing the Internet as a global exhibition format, this site focuses attention on the challenge of bringing the vast resource of women's experience and culture into the rapidly developing field of information technology. The World's Women On-line! demonstrates the professionalism and achievement of women artists internationally; bridges language barriers through art imagery; and promotes the interdisciplinary collaboration between technologists and artists.