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New Feminist Blog and Nifty Database

There’s a great post over at the blog Women in Science on a resource, the Harvard Open Collections Program Women Working 1800-1930.

…a great digital database of books, photos, diaries, and trade catalogs. It covers all kinds of work, from unpaid household labor to lawyers and politicians. And, of course, scientists.

Go read the post for a sampling of goodies from the collection. Many thanks to Women in Science for pointing us all to this rich archive!
Also, from the WMST-L listserv, I learned of a new Feminist Philosophers blog . This is not a philosophy of science blog, it’s subject matter is wide-ranging, but I still thought it might be of interest to some readers here.
Two more websites that feature women, and aren’t porn! Yay!

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