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Key Gender Studies Resources

  • Introduction to Theories of Gender and Sex
    This website is hosted by Purdue University College of Liberal Arts and gives an overview of feminest and gender theory, a list of key terms and concepts, and sample applications of theory to literary texts. The links from the website can be somewhat hit or miss.
  • Emory Women's Writers Resource Project
    The Emory Women Writers Resource Project began in 1994 as pedagogical tool designed to offer graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to create critical editions of texts. Examples of student editions are available under the Essays link. The project has expanded each year to include new texts.
  • Feminist Breakdown
    This page is hosted by Purdue's Online Writing Lab (OWL) and contains a brief definition of feminist critique as applicable to literature, key concepts, and a short list of influencial authors or theorists.
  • Feminist Literary Criticism
    The page includes information on different literary genres, specific historical periods, pedagogical issues, politics and literature, and literary theory. The section on literary theory contains a bibliography on feminist literary theory. The page also contains information on selective individual feminists and highlights biographical information, major themes, their specific contribution to feminist theory, and a bibliography of books, articles secondary sources and internet sites.

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