Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Archive
Our goal in this project is to update the bibliography below for the
decade since it was written, and, in the process, create links
to the PDF files of the articles and book summaries.
We will, of course, not post any work without author permission.
We know that this is far from complete and far from perfectly formatted.
We hope to update, bit by bit. If you have a compilation bibliography
that might help us update this list, please send it. We also wouldn't mind
you contributing even "your part" of this bibliography, cut and pasted off
a CV. Also, if you would like to help edit, organize, and categorize this
list, let us know.
We hope this is useful in your research and networking.
Bibliography on Feminism and World Politics
Contributors - Spike Peterson (original biblography); Lev Gonick (original
supplementation); Laura Sjoberg (quick additions).
Aafjies, Astrid and Ann Tierney Goldstein. 1998. Gender violence:
the hidden war…
History of Computers The development of the modern day computer was the result of advances in technologies and man's need to quantify. Papyrus helped early man to record language and numbers. The abacus was one of the first counting machines..
Some of the earlier mechanical counting machines lacked the technology to make the design work. For instance, some had parts made of wood prior to metal manipulation and manufacturing. Imagine the wear on wooden gears. This history of computers site includes the names of early pioneers of math and computing and links to related sites about the History of Computers, for further study. This site would be a good Web adjunct to accompany any book on th…