Friday, April 17, 2009

The Jewish Women's Archive

The Jewish Women’s Archive strives to “uncover, chronicle, and transmit
to a broad public the rich history of American Jewish women.” The JWA is "a
national non-profit organization founded in 1995 and based in Brookline, MA, the Jewish Women's Archive presents the stories, struggles, and achievements of Jewish women in North America. The JWA site includes a Virtual Archive, curricula and other educational materials, podcasts, a variety of online exhibits, oral history guides, a blog, a growing collection of reminiscences of recently deceased Jewish women, and other resources, such as a biographical piece on Betty Friedan. To expand your knowledge on this subject please consult a librarian or the Boston College LibGuides Gender Studies.


Ari Davidow said...

Thanks for the mention! I'd like to add that we recently added an entire comprehensive historical encyclopedia of Jewish women featuring about 1700 biographies and 300 survey articles:

Follow us on twitter - @jwaonline

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