- Amistad Research Center at Tulane AfroAmerican and ethnic history and culture, including women.
- British Women Poets of the Romantic Era: An Anthology Edited by Paula Felman and housed on the University of South Carolina Scholar Commons open-access site
- A Celebration of Women Writers This site contains dozens of e-texts, searchable by author's name, time period, and country. It also has a HUGE set of links to specialty collections and bibliographies.
- The Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture in the Special Collections Library at Duke University
- Diotima "Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient World"
- Distinguished Women of Past and Present This site contains biographies of women who "contributed to our culture," and it includes writers, educators, scientists, heads of state, politicians, civil rights crusaders, artists, entertainers, etc.
- Feminism and Women's Studies Index at CMU A list of internet resources concerning mainly contemporary women's issues.
- Godey's Lady's Book Online "Godey's Lady's Book was one of the most popular lady's books of the 19th century. Each issue contained poetry, beautiful engraving and articles by some of the most well known authors in America ."
- MIT Program in Women's Studies Includes an index about women and women's issues.
- The National Museum of Women's History Contains a wide variety of images and historical information
- The National Women's Hall of Fame This site contains biographies of all of the women who have been inducted
- Center for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality at Rice University Links to women's studies groups, centers, forums, journals, etc.
- The Web Museum Network A number of museums have on-line exhibitions (the Louvre, the Smithsonian, the Metropolitan Museum Of Art). This one is particularly good. Any of them may provide information about the representation of women.
- Women Advising Women: Advice Books, Manuals, and Journals for Women, 1450-1837. Ninety-one microfilm reels divided into categories. Items are not listed separately in Auburn’s library catalogue, but there is a printed guide. Categories are Early Women’s Journals, 1700-1832; Advice Books, Manuals, Almanacs, 1625-1837; Lady’s Magazine, 1770-1832; Women’s Writing and Advice, 1450-1720; and Works on Household Management and Domestic Economy, 1600-1800. Auburn microfilm call number: PN 5124 .W6 W496.
- Women Airforce Service Pilots This site is about "the Women Airforce Service Pilots, WASP, the first women in history trained to fly American military aircraft" during World War II.
- Women Writers: An Exhibition of Works from the 17th Century to the Present This site includes images of many women writers.
- WWWomen.com This site is a searchable directory of hundreds of sites that are of interest to women's studies.
See also "Favorite Research Sources."