Alberta Women’s Memory Project
The AWMP is a collaborative project among scholars, archivists, writers and researchers who are committed to preserving the history of women in Alberta. Its website promotes the donation of new women’s collections to public archives; assists visitors with questions about Alberta women’s history; showcases public and student projects about women and gender in Alberta; and digitizes and publishes archival resources in western Canadian women’s history.
Coordinating Council For Women in History (US)
The CCWH is affiliated with the American Historical Association, the National Coordinating Committee for the Promotion of History, the International Federation for Research in Women's History, and other associations of professional historians. It seeks to broaden both the organization of women historians and the study of women's history to represent as fully as possible the diversity of women in the United States and internationally.
Women in Scottish History
A website of resources for those interested in the history of Scottish women. It includes four searchable sections: a bibliography, a directory of researchers in the field, a section of short biographies on Scottish women, and a collection of primary source documents. There are also links to other sites of interest, and occasional news items. All of these sections are being added to over time. Interested researchers are also encouraged to contact the website owner with suggestions for more material in any of the categories.
Heroines: A Guide to Women in Canadian History
Comprehensive site about women in Canadian history, including quotes, photos, news, biographies, and contests.
Kooteney feminism tells the stories of second wave feminists in the Kootenays and their remarkable accomplishments including: the Nelson and District Women’s Centre, the Trail Status of Women, the Kootenay Women’s Council, the origins of legal mid-wifery in British Columbia, etc etc.
The Atlantic Canada Virtual Archives
ACVA is designed to showcase the rich documentary history of Atlantic Canada. Each website features collections of digitized documents and images, accompanied by learning activities and commentary, of interest to a wide range of readers. Two of the six sites are devoted to women's history: The McQueen Family Letters, 1866-1930, and Loyalist Women in New Brunswick.
The intersection of academic and popular history, focusing on premodern women and popular culture projects. Blog home of Janice Liedl, Laurentian University.