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Created by Professor Kristin Switala of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and hosted by the Center for Digital Discourse and Culture at Virginia Tech University, this site is aimed at students, scholars, and activists "interested in women's conditions and struggles around the world." The site, which states that it contains over 5,000 bibliographical entries, close to 600 related links, and almost 700 paragraphs of information, is divided into three sections: Fields within Feminism, National/ Ethnic Feminism, and Individual Feminists. The first section offers bibliographies, links, and names of specific people working within more than 30 fields of feminist thought and theory. The second section offers the same, but for specific countries, organized under seven regions. The final portion of the site offers brief biographical information, a summary of major themes, a bibliography, and links to related sections on the site for over 80 individual feminists, listed alphabetically and identified by nationality. This site is an excellent starting point for anyone interested in researching particular themes in feminist thought or seeking information on feminist communities in specific regions.
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