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Bedford Centre for the History of Women

A research centre in Royal Holloway College, University of London, that promotes research into the history of women and gender; includes a profile and details of current projects.

The Feminist Library

A large archive collection of the Women’s Liberation Movement, particularly second-wave materials from late 1960s to 1970s, by and about women. Provides a guide to their collection, with opening times and newsletters.

The Friends of the Women’s Library

Play a vital role in promoting and ensuring the continued growth and distinctive identity of The Women’s Library.

From History to Her Story

A women's history project, examining through the lives and organisations of Yorkshire women, the role women have played in history.

The Girl's Own Paper Online Index

Contains an index of all the fiction stories and non-fiction articles from the Girl's Own Paper covering the period 1880 to 1941 (Volumes 1 to 62).

Glasgow Women’s Library

The only Accredited Museum in the UK dedicated to women’s lives, histories and achievements, with a lending library, archive collections and innovative programmes of public events and learning opportunities.

Lesley Hall

A full-time professional archivist and publishing historian; contains a collection of articles and commentary reflecting her interests in women's history and the history of sexuality.

UK Centre for the History of Nursing and Midwifery

Based at the University of Manchester and dedicated to research and education in the history of nursing and midwifery. Includes details of courses, events, contacts, and abstracts of dissertations and theses.

The Women’s History Network

A national association which promotes women’s history and encourages women and men interested in women’s history. Includes details of membership, their magazine and newsletter, regional and Scottish groups, conferences and contacts.

Women's Archive of Wales

Promotes the study of women's history in Wales. Includes information on a series of roadshows which were held in 2008 across Wales.

Women's Studies Group 1558-1837

An informal multi-disciplinary group formed to promote women's studies in the early modern period and the eighteenth century. Provides details of their annual conference and meetings programme, news, contacts, and links.

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