Here are links to more than 900 women's/gender/feminist studies programs, departments, and research centers around the world that have web sites. Programs and departments offering graduate degrees or concentrations have this fact noted in an annotation below the link. For a list of women's studies programs that includes some without a web presence, see the September issue of the Modern Language Association's journal PMLA, or Gerri Gribi's listing of Women's Studies programs in the U.S. For some limited information about institutions offering Women's Studies graduate and undergraduate degrees online, see Online Degrees in Women's Studies.
NOTE: After I had started putting this listing together, Kate Robinson told me about an annotated collection of links she has compiled of Women's Studies programs in the United States. I've decided to leave my links up as well, especially since they include programs outside the US, and since I keep learning about new sites. (My listing now includes more than 900 links worldwide; I last updated it on March 12, 2017. I owe special thanks to Steve Kokette, producer of the film One Punch Homicide; his extensive and immensely helpful linkchecking has made this list of programs much more accurate.) Also of interest may be Smith College's list of links to Graduate Programs in Women's Studies and John Younger's Programs in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, and Queer Studies at Universities in the USA and Canada.
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[Or go to programs Outside the United States]
[Apparently UCO has minors in both Gender & Sexuality Studies and Women's Studies]
Outside the United States
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