UGA Women's Studies Resources
Click here to learn more about University and Institute resources for faculty, staff, and teaching assistants such as videos and books available in the IWS library, UGA discussion listservs, links to other UGA organizations and programs, research databases, and women's studies national organizations.
Collective Women's Studies Resources
Click here to learn more about the following women's studies subtopics as well as issues relating to diversity and multiculturalism. Included within this section is a listing of basic resources and bibliographies for each of the subtopics including: Latinas, Asian American, Native American, Jewish, Black, and White women and resources about girls, economics, poverty, women's history, bodies, media/pop-culture, violence, health, sexuality, politics, sports, Trans, and global issues. Since there is a substantial amount of information related to women and gender available on the web, a comprehensive list would be nearly impossible to compile and maintain. Thus, the various sites listed under each subtopic are primary resources that offer numerous links to find additional information. These sites are useful for both instructional and research purposes.
Click here to learn more about how to integrate topics relating to gender, race, and diversity into the classroom. The objective is to provide users with resources for how to teach and include these issues in discussions and lectures. The sites listed within this section contain information for faculty, staff, and teaching assistants on curriculum and syllabi development, teaching resources, and debates about current pedagogical issues in women's studies. Also included are links to sites for anyone interested in issues related to women's careers in higher education, pedagogy discussion listservs, and links to other women's studies programs.