Women’s Knowledge Digital Library

Women’s Knowledge Digital Library (WKDL) is a partnership of the UW System GWS Librarian’s Office, Women’s Knowledge International, The 4W Initiative at UW-Madison, UW System Gender & Women’s Studies Consortium, and the UNESCO Chair on Gender, Wellbeing and a Culture of Peace at UW-Madison. This site is hosted by the GWS Librarian. Any feedback or suggestions of information to include should be directed to Dr. Karla Strand at karla.strand@wisc.edu.

Women's Knowledge InternationalWomen and Wellbeing in Wisconsin and the World (4W) Initiative at University of Wisconsin-Madison   University of Wisconsin Gender and Women's Studies Consortium     UNESCO Chair on Gender, Wellbeing and a Culture of Peace at university of Wisconsin-Madison

Women’s Knowledge Digital Library (WKDL) resources are alphabetized by topic and include: websites, reports, articles, research, audiovisual materials, and more.

Also, see the links to the right for tips for searching online, DVDs, blogs, and links to the most recent research across all topics.

Find the RECENTLY PUBLISHED REPORTS here!

Subject Areas

Please select a subject area below, or browse the entire list of resources here.

A B – D

Abortion and Pro-Choice

Activism and Organizing

Advertising

Aging

Art and Photography

Beauty Standards and Body Image

Black Feminism

Criminal Justice

Dance

Development

Disabilities

E F

Eating Disorders

Ecofeminism

Education

Fat Studies

Feminism

Film and Theatre

Food and Agriculture

G H

Gender and Women’s Studies

Gender Identity and Trans Lives

Girls’ Studies

Health

History

Human Rights

I – J K – L

Incest

Indigenous Women

International

Islam

Law and Legal

Leadership

LGBTQIA+

Literature and Women Writers

M – N O – R

Marriage and Marriage Equality

Masculinity and Men’s Studies

Media

Mental Health

Military

Music

News and Journalism

Online Harassment

Peacebuilding

Philanthropy and Funding

Philosophy

Politics

Pornography

Religion and Spirituality

S T – Z

Sexual Harassment

Sex Work

Sports

Stalking

Statistics

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)

Substance Abuse

Title IX

Trafficking and Slavery

Violence

Work, Career, and Equal Pay

Zines