Started in 1971, the Barnard Center for Research on Women has welcomed a wide range of visionaries and public intellectuals in recent years, including Anna Deavere Smith, Sister Helen Prejean, Winona LaDuke, and Lani Guinier. Along with their very fine lecture series and other such public programming, they have developed a delightful website which contains a number of features that can only be found in the virtual world. One such resource is the webjournal "Scholar & Feminist Online", which was started in 2000. With a mix of essays and informed commentaries by such persons as Anna Quindlen, each issue takes on a different theme, such as the cultural value of sport. One of the other quite handy additional resources is the guide to New York City's Women and Social Justice Organization.


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