NIU Women's Studies Other Library Resources
Syllabi & Lesson/Project Plans

Ahlum, Carol and Jacqueline Fralley, comps. High School Feminist Studies. Old Westbury, NY: Feminist Press. 1976.

Breaking the Silence: Seven Courses in Women's Studies. Newton, MA: Education Development Center. 1979.

Howard, Suzanne. “Liberating Our Children Ourselves: Handbook of Women’s Studies Course Materials for Teacher Education.” Washington, DC: American Association of University Women. 1975.

“Integrating Women into U.S. History: A Sourcebook.” Part 1: Women in the 18th and 19th Centuries. Part 2: Women in the 20th Century. (Created by the participants in the NEH funded Summer Institute for Secondary School History Teachers.) Bloomington, IN: Indiana University. 1982.

Junior Year at Douglass Program in Women’s Studies. “Job Survival Skills for Women’s Studies Students-A Career Development Training Manual.” Newark, NJ: Rutgers. 1986.

Kirschner, Linda Heinlein. By Women: An Anthology of Literature (Instructor's Resource Book). Geneva, IL: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1976.

Kivel, Kesa. "Girl House and Beyond: A Facilitator's Guide for Empowering Young Women." Los Angeles, CA: Kesa Kivel. 2007. (Also available online at

Kivel, Kesa. "Taking Our Place in the Art World: Feminist Arts Curriculum. Los Angeles, CA: Kesa Kivel. 2007. (Also available online at

Kolmar, Wendy and Patricia Vogt, eds. “Selected Syllabi for Women’s Studies Courses: Introduction to Women’s Studies, Feminist Theory, Capstone Courses, and Senior Seminars.” College Park, MD: National Women’s Studies Association, University of Maryland. 1995. (2 copies)

Parker, Barbara. Nonsexist Curriculum Development: Theory into Practice. Boulder, CO: Women’s Studies Program, University of Colorado. 1984.

“Syllabi in Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies.” Volume 1: General Topics in Gay, Lesbian, and Queer Studies. Volume 2: Social Sciences Collection. New York, NY: Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, City University of New York.

Thorne, Barrie, et. al. “The Sociology of Sex and Gender: Syllabi and Teaching Materials: Resource Materials for Teaching.” Washington, DC: American Sociological Association. 1985.