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Klicktipp: „Women, Power and Politics“. A Global Exhibition (Portal)

Donnerstag, Dezember 31st, 2015

PrintInternational Museum of Women (I.M.O.W.) (Web)

I.M.O.W. was founded as the Women’s Heritage Museum (Web) in 1985. It is headquartered in San Francisco.

The stories of women claiming and exercising their power around the world and throughout history come alive in the I.M.O.W.’s global online exhibition.

Women, Power and Politics is available in Arabic, English, French and Spanish. The website comprises several online exhibits. Current Campaigns are:

  • Women and the Refugee Crises (Web)
  • #DETERMINED: Courageous women and girls around the world are fighting for their right to self-determination (Web)
  • #UNBROKEN: Survivors of Sexual Violence in Conflict (Web)
  • Ignite. Women Fueling Science and Technology (Web)

Klicktipp: „Women’s Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice“. The Seneca Women’s Peace Camp’s Archive (Portal)

Donnerstag, Dezember 31st, 2015

siteWomen’s Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice (WEFPJ) (Web)

Oral herstories, photographs, videos, songs and articles since 1983 available in the Online Archive.

Commonly known as the Seneca Women’s Peace Camp – or Seneca -, WEFPJ was an all-women’s community of protest and challenge to violence and militarism housed on 52 acres bordering the Seneca Army Depot in upstate New York from 1983 to 2006.

The encampment was modeled after the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp (Web) in England (1981-2000) where hundreds of British sisters were creating nonviolent protest in the face of the scheduled deployment of U.S. Cruise missiles. Though the U.S. military steadfastly refused to either “confirm or deny” the presence of nuclear weapons at the Seneca Depot, the base was uniformly regarded as a storage site and departure point for both the Cruise and Pershing II weapons bound for Europe.

In the summer of 1983, 12,000 women from around the world participated in nonviolence trainings, (mehr …)

Klicktipp: META. Gemeinsamer Katalog aller Bücher und Medien in deutschsprachigen Frauenarchiven, -bibliotheken und -dokumentationsstellen (Datenbank)

Mittwoch, Dezember 30th, 2015 Dachverband deutschsprachiger Frauen / Lesbenarchive, -bibliotheken und -dokumentationsstellen (Web)

Im Herbst 2015 ist mit META ein neuer Katalog online gegangen. Darin recherchiert werden können alle Bücher, Archivalien und sonstige Medien, die in den deutschsprachigen Frauen- und Lesbenarchiven, -bibliotheken und -dokumentatonsstellen, die im ida-Dachverband zusammengeschlossen sind, bereit stehen.

Der META-Katalog wurde nach dreijähriger Entwicklung zur “50. Tagung der deutschsprachigen Frauen-/Lesbenarchive, -bibliotheken und -dokumentationsstellen” Anfang November 2015 in Luxemburg  präsentiert. Er ist unter zu erreichen.

Mit META wird erstmalig ein zusammengeführter Zugang zu einem großen Teil

  • von Forschungs-Literatur Frauen- und Geschlechtergeschichte bzw. -forschung
  • sowie von Archiv-Quellen zu den Frauenbewegung/en, insbesondere der „Zweiten Frauenbewegung/en“

im deutschsprachigen Raum geschaffen.

Derzeit sind mehr als 400.00 Datensätze von 16 verschiedene Dokumententypen aus insgesamt 29 Einrichtungen recherchierbar.

Klicktipp: „Homo History“. Vintage Photo Collection (Portal)

Mittwoch, Dezember 30th, 2015

butch b 1‚Homo History‘. Photo collection compiled by Jeffrey Gent since 2012 (327 Items) (Website)

The Huffington Post, posted: : „Before passing away, Jeffrey Gent’s grandfather handed him a cabinet card of a young man from the 1890s, telling his grandson, ‚I just realized the other day that you look so much like my Great Uncle Clarence. It’s funny, he was a confirmed bachelor his whole life, just like you.‘

From that moment forward, Gent developed an immense passion and curiosity for not only vintage photography, but stories of an untold history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals that could be hidden behind the lens. ‚That photo made me wonder if this bachelor uncle not only looked like me, but was also gay,‘ Gent told The Huffington Post. ‚If so, how sad that Uncle Clarence’s family knew nothing about his life, and that he wasn’t able to speak openly about it.'“ Read more … (The Huffington Post)

Klicktipp: Chronologien von geschlechterhistorischen Themen und Portraits von Pionierinnen der Frauenbewegung und in politischen Positionen (Portal)

Dienstag, Dezember 29th, 2015

Stimmabgabe 1919Demokratiezentrum Wien (Web)

Auf der Website des Demokratiezentrums Wien werden zahlreiche Informations-Angebote zu Aspekten der „Genderperspektiven“ (Link) bereitgestellt. Unter anderem sind das Chronologien zu den Themen

  • Frauenwahlrecht in Österreich … (Web)
  • Positionsinhaberinnen und institutionelle Frauenpolitik in Österreich mit Daten von 1918 bis 2015 … (Web)
  • oder Geschlechterverhältnisse im internationalen Vergleich … (Web).

In der Gallerie „Pionierinnen“ werden Frauen portraitiert, die sich für die Rechte von Frauen und deren Umsetzung in der Politik engagiert haben.

  • Pionierinnen der Frauenbewegung/en wie u.a. Olympe de Gouges, Mary Wollstonecraft, Auguste Fickert, Simone de Beauvoir, Rosa Parks bis hin zu Malala Yousafzai … (Web)
  • Pionierinnen in politischen Positionen wie u.a. Alexandra Kollontai, Rosa Luxemburg, Frances Perkins, Hildegard Burjan, Käthe Leichter, Freda Meissner-Blau bis hin zu Tawakkol Karman … (Web).


Klicktipp: ‘Hiding in the Pub to Cutting the Cord?’ Fatherhood and Childbirth in Britain, from the 1950s to the Present (Portal)

Dienstag, Dezember 29th, 2015

our_fathersCentre for the History of Medicine, University of Warwick

The Centre for the History of Medicine has published a collection of memories of childbirth, as part of a public engagement project. This is entitled ‘Hiding in the Pub to Cutting the Cord? Fatherhood and Childbirth in Britain, from the 1950s to the Present’, and is being undertaken at the Centre for the History of Medicine, University of Warwick.

Visit the site to learn more about the project – click on the ‘Memories’ tab to read about childbirth stories over the past decades. The researchers also still looking for participants – parents of any age can fill in a quick questionnaire about their experiences of childbirth on the above site.

This project aims to examine the apparently rapid and dramatic transformation in men’s roles in childbirth since the mid-twentieth century, to dispel myths around (mehr …)

Klicktipp: Carrie Chapman Catt Collection of Suffrage Photographs (Portal)

Montag, Dezember 28th, 2015

bmcccatt05160103Triptych Tri-College Digital Library (Web) Collection of Suffrage Photograhs (1.157 Items) (Web)

Suffragist, feminist, and political activist, Carrie Chapman Catt (1859-1947) served as president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. She founded the International Woman Suffrage Alliance in 1902 and the League of Women Voters in 1920. During World War II, Catt supported Allied Forces and worked against Nazi persecution of the Jews.

Six photograph albums suffragists from the Carrie Chapman Catt Papers have been digitized (1.157 Items) and made available online through through Triptych Tri-College Digital Library, a digital initiative of Bryn Mawr, Swarthmore, and Haverford Colleges. The albums are housed with the rest of the Catt Papers in Special Collections at Bryn Mawr College Library. The albums were most likely assembled by Catt’s assistant Alda Wilson. The 815 photographs included in the albums cover the period from c. 1840 through 1940 and document the international suffrage movement. Photographic subjects include parades and other events as well as individuals involved in the American and international suffrage movements.