Resources and Links about Women in Psychology
Sample Course Syllabi
Classic Articles Written by Early Women in Psychology
Websites, Interviews and other Feminist Psychology Resources
Psychology's Feminist Voices - A multimedia Internet archive showcasing the women of psychology's past and the diverse voices of contemporary feminist psychologists.
Graphic Timeline of Women in Psychology - "35 is 35" poster presentation from SPW's 35th Birthday celebration
Bibliography of the History of Black Women Psychologists - A partial list of works on the history of Black women psychologists
Biographies of Women in Psychology - Sponsored by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology
Women's Intellectual Contributions to the Study of Mind and Society - Comprehensive site featuring the work of Linda Woolf's students at Webster University
An Historical View of Some Early Women Psychologists and the Psychology of Women - A Special collection edited by Kathy Milar in Chris Green's "Classics in the History of Psychology"
Psychology Constructs the Female - by Naomi Weisstein
The Woman Problem - by Edwin Boring
Oral History Interview with Mamie Phipps Clark - from Columbia Univeristy Libraries Oral History Research Office