Gender & Sexuality Studies at Swarthmore
Other Affiliated Colleges and Universities
Tri-College Support Organizations
At Bryn Mawr
- Women's Center
- Rape Awareness Project
- Rainbow Alliance
- Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA)
- Feminist Alliance
- Human Sexuality Workshop
- Lambada Alumni Network
- Men's Discussion Group
- SARSE (Sexual Assault and Rape Survivors)
- Women's Center
- Women's Discussion Group
- Women in Math & Science
- Women of Color
Internships and Opportunities
- National Consortium of Directors of LGBT in Higher Education includes a mentoring program.
- Trans/Bi Youth Ring: "YouthResource, a Web site created by and for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (GLBTQ) young people 13 to 24 years old, takes a holistic approach to sexual health by offering support, community, resources, and peer-to-peer education about issues of concern to GLBTQ young people. YouthResource has four focus areas: health, advocacy, community, and issues in our lives." Solicits volunteers to serve as mentors.
Fellowships & Awards
- CLAGS: The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies "[U]university-based research center. . .dedicated to the study of historical, cultural and political issues of vital concern to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered individuals." Fellowships & awards.
- The International Foundation for Gender Education Educational scholarships in transgender studies.
- Womentoring Program at Haverford College: Carrie Boyd '03 and Elizabeth Hansen '03
- Global Fund for Women:"Grantmaking foundation supporting women's human rights organizations around the world."
- Ms. Foundation for Women: The National Fund for Women
- UNIFEM: United Nations Development Fund for Women Grants through the Trust Fund working to eliminate Violence Against Women.
Resources for Queer and Questioning Students
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Programs in Women's Studies and Gender Studies
Concentrators, minors and majors have gone on to do advanced work in all of the undergraduate disciplines, in law, medicine, and theology, as well as into employment in a variety of related areas.
Gender Studies From The Voice of the Shuttle (University of Santa Barbara), comprehensive listings of websites in Women's Studies and Feminist Theory; Gay, Lesbian and Queer Studies; Men's Movements & Gay Studies; Cybergender & Techgender.
- Artemis Guide to Women's Studies Programs Lists both undergraduate and graduate programs by state.
- National Women's Studies Organization
- Women's Studies, Programs, Departments, Research Centers, Archives and Libraries: A master list of links in these different aspects of women's studies from the University of Wisconsin Libraries.
- Women's Studies Graduate Programs: A listing from Smith College of Ph.D. programs both in the US and abroad.
- Women's Studies, Programs, Departments, & Research Centers: Lists nearly 700 programs in women's studies, both undergraduate and graduate, in the US and abroad.
- Interdisciplinary PhD program at the University of California, Irvine provides a strong theoretical and critical approach to race, gender and sexuality studies.
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Studies
- CLAGS: The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies: "[U]university-based research center ... dedicated to the study of historical, cultural and political issues of vital concern to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered individuals." Includes online seminar; fellowships & awards; and collected syllabi for courses in GLBT studies.
- The E-Directory of GLBT Scholars: "The best way to find out about new research on issues of sexuality."~ Chronicle of Higher Education 45.23 (April 23, 1999): A16
- Gay, Lesbian & Bisexual Studies: UC Santa Barbara Libraries Information Resources (reference pages, selected journals, libraries & archives, organizations, bibliographies); includes the Andelson Collection in UCSB's Ethnic & Gender Studies Library.
- The International Foundation for Gender Education
- The National Consortium of Directors of LGBT in Higher Education Includes resources (reports on campus climate, conferences, exhibits, books, organizations); directory; FAQ; fundraising; job listings; mentor program.
- Stonewall and Beyond: Lesbian and Gay Culture: Online edition of Columbia University Libraries' exhibition from May 25 to Sept. 17, 1995 in conjunction with the international celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
- Transtudies: An Online Course Project from a course first designed at Brown University and now maintained as an independent website.
- University LGBT/Queer Programs-Lesbian, gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, QueerStudies in the USA and Canada
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Gender & Health Issues
Links to university-based and government websites — Johns Hopkins Medicine Online (formerly Infonet), Medline Plus from the National Institutes for Health, and the CDC: Centers for Disease Control — are comprehensive of recent and current clinical trials; recent new articles; ongoing research; practical FAQ; protocols for treatment; conferences; fact sheets; and other links specific to the subject, including those to alternative treatments. Also included are independent websites in different areas of health and medical treatment.
A Woman's Guide to Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation
Men's health (includes Gay men's health issues)
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Other Related Links
The Wellesley Centers for Women
Women's Studies Database
Women's History Resources
Villanova Women's Studies Periodicals
National Women's History Museum
Association for Feminist Ethics And Social Theory Women's Sports Foundation
Association of College and Research Libraries: Women's Studies Section
Society for Women in Philosophy
University of Minnesota: Voices from the Gaps
American Women's History: Research Guide
American Association of University Women
Curricular Crossings: Women's Studies & Area Studies
A Guide To Uncovering: Women's History in Archival Collections
National Archives and Records Administration University of Oregon
University of Oregon: Feminist Research Methods
See also the University of Massachusett's Everywomen's Center's very comprehensive Women's Studies Link Page and the additional page, Links: The Issues.
Law & Public Policy
Science & Technology
Social and Cultural Groups & Organizations
Additional links of interest for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered (also includes men's organizations)
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Links to Associated Academic Departments at Bryn Mawr
History of Art
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