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Women (died 1910 or earlier) in Who's Who[edit]

Liddington[edit]

Denise Aaron - Ancilla's Share - Meryl Antonelli - An Appeal to Christian Females - Richenda Barbour - Harriette Beanland - Berkshire Anti-Nuclear Campaign - Nellie Best - Breaching the Peace - Mary Brewer - The Brunt of War and Where It Fell - Bulgarian Atrocities - Martin Caedel - Call to Women - Campaign Atom - Cardiff-Greenham walk - Carmarthen Anti-Nuclear Campaign (CANC) - Carry Greenham Home - The Cause - Gwen Chambers - Emma Chatterton - The Children of Hiroshima - Marion Clayton - Common Cause - Margery Ashby Corbett -

  1. Seabrook, United States
  2. Seneca Falls Women's Encampment
  3. Liney Seward
  4. Diana Shelley
  5. Agnes Simpson
  6. Ethel Snowdon / Philip Snowdon
  7. South African Women and Children Distress Fund
  8. Harold Steele / Harold and Sheila Steele
  9. Eunice Stellard

- The Suffragette Movement - Sweet Freedom

  1. Lucy Thoumaian
  2. Torness Alliance

- Towards Permanent Peace

  1. Annie Tunnicliffe
  2. Vermont Spinsters
  3. Voice of Women

- Vrouwen Vochten Voor de Vrede

  1. Wages for Housework

- War, Peace and the Future: A Consideration

  1. Wethersfield trial
  2. Hettie Wheeldon / Alice and Hettie Wheeldon
  3. Lynne Whittemore
  4. Elizabeth Wilson
  5. Theodora Wilson Wilson

- Woman and Labour

  1. Women Against War and Fascism

- Women and War: An Appeal to...

  1. Women and Life on Earth
  2. Women for Life on Earth
  3. Women in the Nonviolent Movement
  4. Women Oppose the Nuclear Threat (WONT)
  5. Women's International Day for Disarmament
  6. Women's International Strike for Peace (WISP)
  7. Women's Liberal Associations
  8. Women's Local Peace Association
  9. Women's Peace Alliance
  10. Women's Peace and Arbitration Auxiliary
  11. Women's Peace Crusade
  12. Women's Pentagon Action

Writing African-American Women[edit]

  • Writing African American women: an encyclopedia of literature by and about women of color. Elizabeth Ann Beaulieu (ed.). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. 2006. ISBN 0313331960. 

Black Women in America[edit]

  1. African Methodist Episcopal preaching women
  2. African missionary movement
  3. Dorothy Jeanne Thompson Ashby / Dorothy Jeanne Thompson
  4. Associations for the Protection of Negro Women
  5. Afro-American autobiography
  6. Black Baptist church
  7. Beauty culture / Black beauty culture / Black beauty culture in America / African American beauty culture / African-American beauty culture / Beauty culture for Black women in America
  8. Anne Marie Becroft / Anne Becroft / Sister Aloysius
  9. Birth control movement
  10. Women and Black nationalism / Black nationalism and women
  11. Black Studies and women
  12. Black Women Mayors' Caucus
  13. Women in Blues / Women in blues and jazz
  14. Eva Roberta Coles Boone / Eva Boone
  15. Martha B. Briggs
  16. Hallie Beachem Brooks
  17. Linda Carol Brown / Linda Brown / Linda Brown Smith / Linda Brown Buckner
  18. Mary Louise Brown
  19. Sara Winifred Brown
  20. Josephine Willson Bruce / Josephine Beall Willson Bruce / Josephine Bruce
  21. Carrie E. Bullock
  22. Mary E. Cary Burrell
  23. Margaret Just Butcher
  24. Lauretta Green Butler
  25. Flossie M. Byrd
  26. Mary Ellen Cable
  27. Anne Reid Cooke
  28. Minnie M. Geddings Cox / Minnie Cox / Minnie M. Cox
  29. Ida Rebecca Cummings
  30. Elizabeth Lindsay Davis
  31. Frances Elliott Davis
  32. Hilda Andrea Davis
  33. Mary Lucinda Cardwell Dawson
  34. Caroline Stewart Bond Day
  35. Emma Bertha Delaney
  36. Bernadine Newsom Denning
  37. Marion Douglas / Maranantha Quick / Abbie Louise Douglas
  38. Margaret Pleasant Douroux
  39. Sara J. Hatcher Duncan
  40. Ethel Trew Dunlap
  41. Alfreda Barnett Duster
  42. Helen Gray Edmonds
  43. Elleanor Eldridge
  44. Effie O'Neal Ellis / Effie O'Neal / Effie Ellis
  45. Louise Evans
  46. Mamie Elizabeth Garvin Fields / Mamie Garvin Fields / Mamie E. Garvin Fields / Mamie Fields
  47. Ruth Anna Fisher
  48. Sara Iredell Fleetwood / Sara Iredell
  49. Lulu Fleming / Louise Cecilia Fleming
  50. Ruby Middleton Forsythe / Ruby Forsythe
  51. Forten Sisters, Sarah Louisa Forten Purvis, Harriet D. Forten Purvis
  52. Ruth Gaines-Shelton
  53. Memphis Tennessee Garrison / Memphis Garrison
  54. Lula Mae Hymes Glenn / Lula Hymes Glenn / Lula H. Glenn / Lula Hymes
  55. Julia R. Hall
  56. Louise "Mamma" Harris / Mamma Harris
  57. Bertha G. Higgins / Bertha Higgins
  58. Eufrosina Hinard
  59. Clara A. Howard
  60. Addie Waits Hunton
  61. Barbara J. Jacket / Barbara Jacket
  62. Nell Cecilia Jackson
  63. Ann Battles Johnson
  64. Kathryn Magnolia Johnson
  65. Virginia Johnson (dancer)
  66. Sophie Bethene Jones
  67. Virginia Lucy Jones
  68. Francis M. Kneeland / Francis Kneeland
  69. Agnes D. Lattimer / Agnes Lattimer
  70. Gwendolyn Lightner / Gwendolyn Rosetta Capps Lightner
  71. Princilla Violet Smart Evans
  72. Eleanor L. Ison-Franklin / Eleanor L. Ison Franklin / Eleanor Ison Franklin
  73. Sadie Catherine Gassaway / Sadie C. Gassaway / Sadie Gassaway
  74. Margaret E. Grigsby / Margaret Grigsby
  75. Esther A. H. Hopkins / Esther Arvilla Harrison Hopkins
  76. Deborah J. Jackson
  77. Eunice L. Jones
  78. Cora Martin-Moore / Cora Juanita Brewer Martin-Moore
  79. Vivian Carter Mason
  80. Ernest Mae McCarroll
  81. Mary Eleanora McCoy / Mary Eleanora Delaney Brownlow McCoy
  82. Mary Jackson McCrorey
  83. Emma Frances Grayson Merritt / Emma Merritt
  84. Nellie B. Mitchell
  85. Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe
  86. Mary Oglesby / Mary Owings
  87. Portia Washington Pittman / Portia Marshall Washington Pittman / Portia Marshall Washington
  88. L. Marian Fleming Poe / Lavina Marian Fleming Poe
  89. Shirley Prendergast
  90. Jewel Limar Prestage / Jewel L. Prestage / Jewel Prestage
  91. Mary Ann Prout
  92. Lucille Campbell Green Randolph / Lucille Campbell Green / Lucille Randolph
  93. Emma S. Comer Ransom / Emma Ransom
  94. Fannie M. Richards / Fannie Richards
  95. Juanita Saddler / Juanita Jane Saddler
  96. Maude Sanders
  97. Minnie Taylor Scott
  98. Olivia Shipp / Olivia Sophie L'Ange
  99. Althea T. L. Simmons / Althea Simmons
  100. Dorothy Vernell Simmons / Dorothy Simmons
  101. Celestine Louise Smith / Celestine Smith / Celestine L. Smith
  102. Vada Watson Somerville
  103. Ellease Southerland
  104. Delores Margaret Richard Spikes / Delores R. Spikes / Delores Spikes
  105. Fredericka Douglass Sprague Perry & Rosabelle Douglass Sprague Jones
  106. Sara G. Stanley
  107. Rebecca Walker Steele / Rebecca W. Steele
  108. Carlotta Stewart-Lai / Carlotta Stewart Lai
  109. Ora Brown Stokes
  110. Ann Elizabeth Tanneyhill / Anna Elizabeth Tanneyhill / Anna Tanneyhill / Ann Tanneyhill
  111. Cora Ann Pair Thomas / Cora Ann Pair
  112. Edna Lewis Thomas
  113. Susan Paul Vashon
  114. Frances Walker / Frances Walker-Slocum
  115. Isabel Washington / Isabel Washington Powell
  116. Sarah Williamson (missionary)
  117. Gertrude Pocte Geddes Willis / Gertrude Geddes Willis / Gertrude Willis
  118. Jean Wheeler Smith Young / Jean Smith Young
  119. Louise Evans / Louise Evans Briggs-Hall
  120. International Ladies' Auxiliary

Latinas in the United States[edit]

  • Ruiz, Vicki L.; Sanchez Korroll, Virginia, eds. (2006), Latinas in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia, Indiana University Press, ISBN 978-0253346803 

Volume I

  1. Apolonia Muñoz Abarca / Polly Muñoz Abarca
  2. Celia M. Acosta Vice
  3. Amelia Agostini del Rio
  4. Carmen Albelo
  5. Jesusa Alfau Galván de Solalinde
  6. Ventura Alonzo
  7. Delia Alvarez
  8. Linda Alvarez
  9. Alvarez v. Lemon Grove School District
  10. Americanization Programs
  11. Antonio Maceo Brigade
  12. Aprenda y Superese
  13. Jesusita Aragón
  14. María Feliciana Arballo
  15. Anna María Arías
  16. Arizona Orphan Abduction
  17. Franca de Armiño
  18. Juanita Arocho
  19. Latina artists
  20. Asociación Nacional México-Americana / ANMA
  21. María Teresa Babin
  22. Judith Francesca Baca
  23. Polly Baca Barragán
  24. María Gertrudis Barceló
  25. Juana Josefina Cavasos Barnard
  26. Santa Contreras Barraza
  27. Plácida Peña Barrera
  28. Julieta Saucedo Bencomo
  29. Martha Bernal
  30. Socorro Hernández Bernasconi
  31. Amalia V. Betanzos
  32. Bilingual education of Latinas
  33. María DeCastro Blake
  34. Juana Borrero Pierra
  35. Mirna Ramos Burciaga
  36. Diana Caballero
  37. Angelina Cabrera / Angie Cabrera
  38. Rose Marie Calderón
  39. California Sanitary Canning Company Strike
  40. Adelfa Botello Callejo
  41. Eulalia Francesca y Josepha Calvillo
  42. Nohelia de los Angeles Canales
  43. María Jesefa Canino
  44. Cántico de la Mujer Latina
  45. Anna Carbonell
  46. Alice Cardona
  47. Josefa Carrillo de Fitch
  48. Casita Maria / Casita Maria, New York
  49. Guadalupe Castillo
  50. Rosie Castro
  51. Victoria M. Castro / Vickie Castro
  52. Amelia Moran Ceja
  53. Central American Immigrant Women
  54. Centro de Acción Social Autónomo / CASA
  55. Centro Hispano Católico
  56. Centro Mater
  57. Margarita Cepeda-Leonardo
  58. Angie González Chabram
  59. Soledad Chávez Chacón
  60. Helen Chávez
  61. Linda Chávez
  62. Linda Chávez-Thompson
  63. Chicana Caucus
  64. Chicana Rights Project
  65. Cigar Workers / Cigar workers
  66. Latinas in cinema
  67. Circulo Cultural Isabel la Católica
  68. Clinica de la Beneficencia Mexicana
  69. Miriam Colón
  70. Rufa Concepción Fernández Colón / Concha Colón
  71. Latinas in the Communist Party
  72. Congreso del Pueblo
  73. Lina Córdova
  74. Evangelina Cossio y Cisneros
  75. Mercedes Margarita Martínez Crawford
  76. Cuban and Puerto Rican Revolutionary Party
  77. Cuban Independence Women's Clubs
  78. Cuban Women's Club
  79. Cuban-Spanish-American War
  80. Delfina Cuero
  81. Aida De Acosta
  82. Uva De Aragón
  83. Genoveva De Arteaga
  84. Dolores C. De Avila
  85. Jessie López de la Cruz
  86. Beatríz de la Garza
  87. Adelaida Rebecca Del Castillo
  88. Pura Del Prado
  89. Carmen Del Valle
  90. Jane L. Delgardo
  91. Demography of Latinas in the United States
  92. Deportations during the Great Depression
  93. Rita DiMartino
  94. Beatrice Escerado Dimas
  95. Domestic violence against Latinas
  96. Latina domestic workers
  97. Dominican American National Roundtable / DANR
  98. Duerto Carmen y Laura
  99. María Echaveste
  100. Education of Latinas in the United States / Education of Latinas
  101. El Monte Berry Strike
  102. El Paso Laundry Strike
  103. El Rescate
  104. Latina entrepreneurs
  105. Environment and the border
  106. Josefina Escajeda
  107. Beatriz Escalona / La Chata Noloesca
  108. Carmen Bernal Escobar
  109. Gregoria Esquivel
  110. Yolanda Almaraz Esquivel
  111. Latinas and the family
  112. Farah Strike
  113. Latina farmworkers
  114. Latinas and feminism
  115. Sor Isolina Ferré Aguayo
  116. Belén Figueroa
  117. Loida Mercado Figueroa
  118. Diana Flores
  119. Encarnación Villarreal Escobedo Florez
  120. Latina folk healing / Latina folk healing traditions / Folk healing traditions / Folk healing
  121. Phoenix Friendly House / Friendly House, Phoenix / Friendly House
  122. Carmen Cornejo Gallegos
  123. Latinas and gangs / Latina gangs
  124. Providencia García / Provi García
  125. Aimee García Cortese
  126. Carolina García-Aguilera
  127. María Garcíaz
  128. Latinas in the garment industry
  129. Socorro Gómez-Potter
  130. Elvira Rodriguez de Gonzáles
  131. Matiana González
  132. Jovita González Mireles
  133. Jessica Govea
  134. Great Depression and Mexican American women / Mexican American women in the Great Depression
  135. Fermima Guerra
  136. Rosa Guerrero
  137. Victoria Partida Guerrero
  138. Rosalinda Guillen Herrera
  139. Luz Bazán Gutiérrez
  140. Madre María Dominga Guzmán

Volume II

  1. Rosalie Méndez Hamlin
  2. Health of Latinas
  3. Antonia Hernández
  4. María LatigoHernández
  5. Olivia Hernández
  6. Victoria Hernández
  7. Elena Herrera
  8. María Cristina Herrera
    1. Hijas de Cuauhtémoc
  9. Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program / HMDP
  10. Houchen Settlement, El Paso / El Paso Houchen Settlement / Houchen Settlement
  11. Cecilia Olivarez Huerta
  12. Jovita Idar Juárez
  13. Immigration of Latinas to the United States / Latina immigration to the United States
  14. Intermarriage in the United States
  15. Cleofas Martinez Jaramillo
  16. María de los Angeles Jiménez
  17. Latinas in journalism / Latinas in print media
  18. Sylvia Rodríguez Kimbell
  19. Beatrice Amado Kissinger
  20. La Mujer Obrera
  21. Latinas in labor unions / Latina labor unions
  22. Las Hermanas
  23. Latina United States Treasurers
  24. Latinas in the United States Congress
  25. Josephine Ledesma
  26. Consuelo Lee Tapia
  27. Legal issues affecting Latinas / Legal issues / Latinas and the law
  28. Ruth Esther Soto León / La Hermana León
  29. Latina lesbians
    1. "Letter from Chapultepec"
  30. Latinas and liberation theology
  31. Lideres Campesinas
  32. Latinas in literature
  33. María I.López
  34. Nancy Marie López
  35. Rosie López
  36. Gloria López Córdova
  37. Apolinaria Lorenzana
  38. Los Angeles Garment Workers' Strike
  39. Alicia Guadalupe Elizondo Lozano
  40. Emma Lozano
  41. Mónica Cecilia
  42. María Elena Lucas
  43. Ester Machuca
  44. Amelia Margarita Maldonado
  45. Mariachi Estrella de Topeka
  46. Guadalupe Marshall
  47. Agueda Salazar Martínez
  48. Anita N. Martínez
  49. Demetria Martínez
  50. Frances Aldama Martínez
  51. Vilma S. Martínez
  52. Inocencia Martínez Santaella
  53. Teresa N. McBride
  54. Elena Inés Mederos y Cabañas de González
  55. Media stereotypes of Latinas
  56. Latinas and medicine / Latinas in medicine
  57. Esther Medina
  58. Sara Meléndez
  59. Consuelo Herrera Méndez
  60. Méndez v. Westminster
  61. María Estella Altamirano Mendoza
  62. Mendoza v. Tucson School District No. 1
  63. Victoria Mercado / Vicky Mercado
  64. Mexican American Women's National Association / MANA
  65. Mexican Mothers' Club, University of Chicago Settlement House
  66. Latinas in the Mexican Revolution
  67. Border Women in the Mexican Revolution
  68. Latinas in Mexican Schools
  69. Migration and Labor of Latinas
  70. Latinas in Military Service
  71. Latinas in mining communities
  72. Ruth Mojica-Hammer
  73. Alice Dickerson Montemayor
  74. Elba Iris Montes-Donnelly
  75. Mora Magdalena
  76. Gloria Flores Moraga
  77. Iris Morales
  78. Nilda M. Morales-Horowitz
  79. Irma Morillo
  80. Latina movie stars
  81. Mujeres in Action
  82. Mujeres Latinas En Acción / MLEA
  83. Mujeres por la Raza
  84. Mujerista Theology
  85. Carolina Malpica de Munguia
  86. María del Carmen Muñoz
  87. National Association of Puerto Rican/Hispanic Social WOrkers / NAPRHSW
  88. National Chicana Conference
  89. National Conference of Puerto Rican Women / NACOPRW
  90. National Hispanic Feminist Conference
  91. National Puerto Rican Forum
  92. M. Susana Navarro
  93. Trinidad Nerio
  94. New Economics for Women / NEW
  95. Anna Nieto Gómez
  96. Latina nuns / Latina colonial nuns / colonial nuns
  97. Contemporary Latina nuns / Contemporary nuns
  98. Sylvia Colorado O'Donnell
  99. Olga Ballesteros Olivares
  100. Mercedes Olivera
  101. Manuela Ontiveros
  102. Maria Concepción Ortiz y Pino de Kleven / Concha Ortiz y Pino de Kleven
  103. Maria Elena O'Shea
  104. Ingrid Otero-Smart
  105. Pachucas
  106. Sonia Palacio-Grottola
  107. Lucia Gonzáles Parsons
  108. Dolores Patiño Rio
  109. Linda Lorena Pauwels Pfeiffer
  110. Ana Peña de Bordas / Virginia de Peña de Bordas
  111. Ana Marcial Peñaranda
  112. Latinas in the Pentecostal Church
  113. Nina Perales
  114. Eulalia Pérez
  115. Graciela Pérez
  116. Pérez v. Sharp
  117. Phelps Dodge Strike
  118. Encarnación Pinedo
  119. Latinas in electoral politics
  120. Latinas in party politics
  121. Popular religiosity of Latinas / Popular religiosity / Latina popular religiosity
  122. Propositions 187 and 209
  123. Puerto Rican Association for Community Affairs / PRACA
  124. Puerto Rican Radical Politics in New York
  125. Puerto Rican Women Political Prisoners
  126. Alicia Otilia Quesada
  127. Dora Ocampo Quesada
  128. Luisa Quintero
  129. Race consciousness of Latinas / Color consciousness of Latinas / Race and color consciousness
  130. Emelia Schunior Ramírez
  131. Tina Ramírez
  132. Rape of Latinas
  133. Marita Reid
  134. Victoria Comicrabit Reid
  135. Religion of Latinas
  136. Guadelupe Reyes
  137. Angelina Moreno Rico
  138. Roxana Rivera
  139. Domitila Rivera Martinez
  140. Inés Robles Diaz
  141. Hermelinda Morales Rodriguez
  142. Isabel Hernández Rodriguez / Isabel Rodriguez
  143. Josepha Rodriguez / Chepita Roriguez
  144. Patricia Rodriguez
  145. Sofia Rodriguez
  146. María Cristina Rodriguez Cabral
  147. Lola Rodriguez de Tió
  148. Verneda Rodriguez McLean
  149. Shirley Rodriguez Remeneski
  150. Marie Romero Cash
  151. Leoncia Rosado Rousseau / Mamá Léo Rosado Rousseau
  152. Bernarda Ruiz
  153. Irene Hernández Ruiz
  154. María G. Sada / Chata Sada
  155. Ana Gloria San Antonio
  156. San Antonio Pecan Shellers' Strike
  157. San Joaquin Valley Cotton Strike
  158. María Clemencia Sánchez
  159. María E. Sánchez
  160. Rebecca Sánchez Cruz
  161. Aura Luz Sánchez Garfunkel
  162. Petra Santiago
  163. María del Jesús Saucedo
  164. Esperanza Acosta Mendoza Schechter / Hope Schechter
  165. Latina scientists
  166. Elvira Sena
  167. Emma Sepúlveda
  168. Latina sexuality
  169. Chelo Silva
  170. Josefina Silva de Cintrón / Pepiña Silva de Cintrón
  171. Sister Carmelita / Carmela Zapata Bonilla Marrero
  172. Latinas and slavery
  173. Adela Sloss-Vento
  174. El Paso Smeltertown
  175. Plácida Elvira Garcia Smith
  176. Adaljiza Sos-Riddell
  177. Carmen Lillian Soto Feliciano / Lily Soto Feliciano
  178. Clementina Souchet
  179. Spanish Borderlands / Latinas in the Spanish Borderlands
  180. Colonial law in the Spanish Borderlands
  181. Comadrazgo in the Spanish Borderlands
  182. Early settlement life in the Spanish Borderlands
  183. Encomienda in the Spanish Borderlands
  184. Latinas in California
  185. Latinas in New Mexico
  186. Latinas in St. Augustine
  187. Latinas in Texas
  188. Women's will's in the Spanish Borderlands
  189. Latinas and spiritism
  190. Latinas and spiritism in New York City / Spiritism in New York City
  191. Sterilization of Latinas
  192. Street vending by Latinas
  193. Latinas and student movements / Latina student movements
  194. Substitute Auxiliary Teachers
  195. Trinidad Escalante Swilling
  196. Tabaqueros' Unions
  197. Yolanda Tarango
  198. Tex-Son Strike
  199. Latinas and theater
  200. Latina playwrights
  201. Villalongin Dramatic Company
  202. María Elena Toraño-Pantin
  203. Alva Torres
  204. Ida Inés Torres
  205. Lourdes Torres
  206. Patsy Torres / Patricia Donita Torres
  207. Estela Portilllo Trambley
  208. Latinas and the Treaty of Paris
  209. Mily Treviño-Sauceda
  210. Louise Ulibarri Sánchez
  211. Women in the United Farm Workers / Women in the UFW
  212. María Luisa Legarra Urquides
  213. Epifania de Guadelupe Vallejo
  214. María Paula Rosalia Vallejo de Leese
  215. Vanguardia Puertorriqueña
  216. Beatriz Varela
  217. María Varela
  218. Anna Vásquez
  219. Eriqueta Longeaux y Vásquez
  220. Loreta Janeta Velásquez
  221. Nydia M. Velásquez
  222. Emilí Vélez de Vando
  223. Anita Vélez-Mitchell
  224. Sherezada Vicioso Sánchez
  225. Irma Vidal
  226. Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre
  227. Watsonville Strike
  228. Mary Rose Garrido Wilcox
  229. Esther Valladolid Wolf
  230. Latinas in World War II
  231. Eva Ybarra
  232. Rosa Martin Zárate
  233. Alejandra Rojas Zúñiga

Powerful women[edit]

From Forbes list of 100 most powerful women in 2006:

  1. Renetta McCann, Chief Executive, Starcom MediaVest Group
  2. Wu Xiaoling, Deputy Governor, People's Bank of China
  3. Paula Rosput Reynolds, Chief Executive, Safeco
  4. Mian Mian Yang, Chairman, Haier Group
  5. Vivian Banta, Vice Chairman, Prudential Financial
  6. Galia Maor, Chief Executive, Bank Leumi
  7. Maha Al-Ghunaim, Founder, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Global Investment House
  8. Vidya Chhabria, Chairman, Jumbo Group
  9. Imre Barmanbek, Deputy Chairman, Dogan Holding

Most powerful Arab women[edit]

From http://www.arabianbusiness.com/the-100-most-powerful-arab-women-2015-584094.html

  1. Iqbal Al Asaad is
  2. Huda Al Ghoson is Executive Director of HR at Saudi Aramco. In 2014 Forbes Middle East named her at #4 in their list of the 200 Most Powerful Arab Women.[1]
  3. Hanan Al Kuwari is a Qatari businesswoman. She is managing director of Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar's largest healthcare provider. In 2015 she appeared at #20 in CEO Middle East's list of the 100 most powerful Arab women.[2]
  4. Mariam Abultewi is a Palestinian entrepreneur from Gaza, founder of the ride-sharing application Wasselni. In 2015 she appeared at #23 in CEO Middle East's list of the 100 most powerful Arab women.[3]
  5. Majida Ali Rashid is
  6. Maali Alasousi is
  7. Maha Laziri is
  8. Hamdiyah Al Jaff is
  9. Wafa Sayadi is a Tunisian entrepreneur. She founded Proclean, a waste management company, in 2003. She is International President of the Young Entrepreneurs National Association (CJD), and has acted as the Chair of the Board for Enactus Tunisia. In 2013 she became director of the newly founded CEED Tunisia, an organization to train Tunisian entrepreneurs and help them secure access to funding. In 2015 she appeared at #32 in CEO Middle East's list of the 100 most powerful Arab women.[4]
  10. Futaim Al Falasi is one of the first Emirati women to host an internet radio show. Around 40,000 people tune into her weekly show, Taim Show.[5] In 2015 she wappeared at #33 in CEO Middle East's list of the 100 most powerful Arab women.[6]
  11. Joelle Mardinian is
  12. Grace Najjar is
  13. Khawla Al Kuraya is
  14. Mira Al Attiyah is
  15. Abeer Abu Ghaith is
  16. Rasha Al Roumi is
  17. Summer Nasief is
  18. Maryam Matar is
  19. Hend El Sherbini is
  20. Maha Al Ghunaim is
  21. Habiba Al Safar is
  22. Salma Hareb / Salma Ali Saif Bin Hareb / Salma Ali Saif Saeed Bin Hareb is the CEO of Economic Zones World (EZW), the parent company of Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza). Bin Hareb studied at Al Ain University before postgraduate study at the Cardiff Institute of Higher Education. In 2014 Forbes Middle East listed her as #3 in their list of the 200 Most Powerful Arab Women.
  23. Mona Al Marri is
  24. Sarah Shuhail is
  25. Soraya Salti is
  26. Nashwa Al Ruwaini is
  27. Maha Al Farhan is
  28. Dima Ikhwan is
  29. Nermin Saad is
  30. Ingie Chalhoub is
  31. Dalya Al Muthanna is
  32. Elissa Freiha is
  33. Hind Seddiqi is
  34. Hanan Solayman is
  35. Amal Al Marri is
  36. Ismahane Elouafi is
  37. Muna Harib is
  38. Sara Akbar is
  39. Huda Kotb is
  40. Mishaal Ashemimry is
  41. Reine Abbas is
  42. Buthaina Al Ansari is
  43. Hind Hobeika is

Women from FemBio[edit]

  1. Sara Cesar Argentinian singer
  2. Lotte Pritzel artist, fashion doll designer
  3. Isaura Dinator de Guzman Chilean educator
  4. Tschen/Chen Tiejun Chinese revolutionary, feminist
  5. Ruzena Jesenská Czech
  6. Maria Kanová Mann/Mimi Kanová Mann Czech actress; first wife of Heinrich Mann
  7. Jarmila Urbankova Czech poet
  8. Emmy Destin Czech singer
  9. Agnes Tyrell Czech-English singer
  10. Marita Napier South African soccer player

Women economists[edit]

Dimand et al, A biographical dictionary of women economists, 2000. (WorldCat)

Cicarelli & Cicarelli, Distinguished women economists, 2003. (WorldCat)

Women anthropologists[edit]

Ute D. Gacs; Jerrie McIntyre (1988). Women anthropologists: selected biographies. University of Illinois Press. ISBN 978-0-252-06084-7. Retrieved 28 April 2013. 

Ann Kindrick Fischer - Frances Gillmor - Jane Richardson Hanks - Eva Verbitsky Hunt - Isabel Truesdell Kelly - Dorothy Louise Strouse Keur - Dorothea Cross Leighton - Catharine McClennan - Vera Dourmashkin Rubin - Mary Thygeson Shepardson - Gitel Poznanski Steed / Gertrude Poznanski Steed - Clara Lee Fraps Tanner

Women in Sub-Saharan Africa[edit]

Kathleen E. Sheldon (2005). Historical Dictionary of Women in Sub-Saharan Africa. Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0-8108-5331-7. 

British Women's Organisations[edit]

Gordon, Peter; Doughan, David (2001). Dictionary of British Women's Organisations, 1825-1960. London & Portland, Or.: Woburn Press. ISBN 0-7130-0223-9. 

  1. Central Employment Bureau for Women / Women's Employment Publishing Company
  2. Church Missionary Society: Ladies' Union / Women's Missionary Society

...

  1. National Joint Committee of Working Women's Organisations / Standing Joint Committee of Industrial Women's Organisations

...

  1. Office of Lady Helps
  2. Over Forty Association for Women Workers
  3. Over Thirty Association
  4. Parochial Mission Women's Association
  5. Pioneer Club
  6. Practical Moral Union of Women of Great Britain and Ireland
  7. Queen Mary's Committee for Women's Training and Employment
  8. Queen's Club
  9. 'Qui Vive' Corps
  10. Royal British Legion: Women's Section
  11. Royal Female Philanthropic Society
  12. Royal Irish Association for Promoting the Training and Employment of Women
  13. Saint Andrew's House Club
  14. Saint Joan's Social and Political Alliance
  15. Salvation Army Home League
  16. Sandringham Club
  17. School Nurses' League
  18. Scottish Churches' League for Woman Suffrage
  19. Scottish Co-operative Women's Guild
  20. Scottish Council for Women's Trades
  21. Scottish University Women's Suffrage Union
  22. Sea Rangers
  23. Sesame Club
  24. Sisters of Charity
  25. Sisters of the People
  26. Slade Club
  27. Snowdrop Bands
  28. Society for Constructive Birth Control and Racial Progress
  29. Society for Founding and Maintaining Homes for Working Girls in London
  30. Society for Promoting Female Welfare
  31. Society for Promoting the Return of Women as Poor Law Guardians / Women Guardians Society
  32. Society for the Encouragement of Home Study
  33. Society for the Ministry of Women in the Church / Society for the Equal Ministry of Men and Women in the Church
  34. Society for the Oversea Settlement of British Women / Womens' Migration and Overseas Appointment Society
  35. Society for the Promotion of Co-operative Housekeeping and Household Service
  36. Society for the Promotion of Women's Suffrage
  37. Society for the Provision of Birth Control Clinics
  38. Society for the State Registration of Trained Nurses / National Council of Churches of the United Kingdom
  39. Society of American Women in London
  40. Society of Women Employed in Bookbinding
  41. Society of Women Housing Estate Managers
  42. Society of Women Welders
  43. Soho Club
  44. Soroptimist Clubs
  45. Spiritual Militancy League
  46. Stamp Section (GPO) Lady Assistants' Association
  47. Standing Conference of Women's Organisations
  48. Stansfeld Trust
  49. Status of Women Committee
  50. Student Nurses' Association
  51. Suffrage Club
  52. Suffragette Fellowship
  53. Suffragists' Vigilance League
  54. Territorial Forces Nursing Service
  55. Theatrical Ladies' Guild
  56. Three Arts Club
  57. Time and Talents Guild
  58. Toc H Women's Association
  59. Town and Country Club
  60. Townswomen's Guilds
  61. Union of Catholic Mothers
  62. Union of Practical Suffragists
  63. Union of Private Governesses
  64. Union of Women Matchmakers
  65. United British Women's Emigration Association / United Englishwomen's Emigration Register / United Englishwomen's Emigration Association
  66. United Free Church of Scotland Women's Foreign Mission
  67. United Sisters' Benevolent Society
  68. United Women Bookbinders' Union
  69. United Women Bookfolders' Union
  70. United Women's Insurance Society
  71. Victoria Club
  72. Victorian Club
  73. Wantage Club
  74. West Central Jewish Girls' Club
  75. White Ribbon Association
  76. Whittington Club and Metropolitan Athenaeum
  77. Woman's Elevation League
  78. Woman's League for Mothers and Women in Positions of Responsibility
  79. Woman's Mission to Women
  80. Women Cigar Makers' Protective Union
  81. Women Inspectors
  82. Women Police Service
  83. Women Sorters' Association
  84. Women Teachers' Franchise Union
  85. Women's Advisory Council on Solid Fuel
  86. Women's Aerial League
  87. Women's Amateur Rowing Association
  88. Women's Anti-Opium Committee
  89. Women's Automobile and Sports Association
  90. Women's Auxiliary to the Baptist Union of Scotland
  91. Women's Billiards Association
  92. Women's Club / Working Women's Club
  93. Women's Corona Society
  94. Women's Defence Relief Corps
  95. Women's Education Union
  96. Women's Educational and Industrial Union of London
  97. Women's Employment Defence League
  98. Women's Employment Federation
  99. Women's Farm and Garden Association
  100. Women's Franchise Declaration Committee
  101. Women's Gas Council / Women's Gas Federation and Young Homemakers
  102. Women's Group on Public Welfare / Women's Forum / Women's Group on Problems Arising from Evacuation
  103. Women's Guild of Empire
  104. Women's Home Defence
  105. Women's Imperial Defence Council
  106. Women's Institute
  107. Women's International Maybrick Association
  108. Women's League for Municipal Reform
  109. Women's League of Health and Beauty
  110. Women's Legion
  111. Women's Liberal Unionist Association
  112. Women's London Gardening Association
  113. Women's Municipal Society
  114. Women's National Co-operative Self-Help Society
  115. Women's National League of Unity / Women's League of Unity
  116. Women's National Liberal Association
  117. Women's Navy League
  118. Women's Peace and Arbitration Auxiliary
  119. Women's Press Association
  120. Women's Press Club
  121. Women's Progressive Society
  122. Women's Protestant Union
  123. Women's Publicity Planning Association
  124. Women's True Temperance Committee
  125. Women's Unionist and Tariff Reform Association
  126. Women's University Settlement
  127. Women's Vegetarian Union
  128. Work Girls' Protection Society
  129. Workers' Birth Control Group
  130. World Women's Committee Against War and Fascism (British Section) / Women's Committee Against War and Fascism
  131. Writers Club
  132. Yorkshire Ladies' Council of Education
  133. Young Women's Help Society

Paper on gender bias in Wikipedia[edit]

American National Biography Online[edit]

National Women's History Project[edit]

From the list of women honored for National Women's History Week and National Women's History Month, predominantly environmentalists honored in 2009.

  1. Jenny Blaker (born 1955)
  2. Barbara K. Byrd (born 1949)
  3. Gillian Christie
  4. Ellie M. Cohen
  5. Madie Collins (born 1950s)
  6. Betsy Damon, environmental artist and activist
  7. Caitlin Alexandra Dunbar (1989-2004)
  8. Kathleen Eagan (born 1943)
  9. Sister Claretta Easter (1901-1998)
  10. Matilda Elizabeth Frelinghuysen (1888-1969)
  11. Pamela A. Frucci (born 1932)
  12. Sunshine Goodmorning (born 1974)
  13. Ann Hancock (born 1950)
  14. Linda M. Hiltabrand (born 1953)
  15. Mary Hultman (born 1955)
  16. Victoria Johnston (born 1953)
  17. Elizabeth Donnell Kay (1895-1987)
  18. Eryn Klosko (born 1971)
  19. Lora Ledermann (born 1967)
  20. Judy Kellogg Markowsky (born 1945)
  21. Rose Marie Williams McGuire (born 1936)
  22. Dr. Jeannie McLain (born 1960)
  23. Tanya Narath (born 1963)
  24. Linda Petee
  25. Dr. Diana Post
  26. Amanda Quraishi (born 1974)
  27. Elsie Roemer (1893-1991)
  28. Mary Rozmajzl
  29. Maxine Lazarus Savitz (born 1937)
  30. Carolyn M. Scott (born 1955)
  31. Kate Shackford (born 1951)
  32. Robyn Staup Sweet / Robyn Sweet (born 1976)
  33. Anne P. Teller (born 1931), sustainable farmer
  34. Tina J. Terrell (born 1964)
  35. Laurie Tippin (born 1955), conservationist
  36. Nichole Trushell (born 1955))
  37. Janice S. Wiles (born 1956), environmentalist

Austrian women's movement[edit]

From Ariadne

  1. Raissa Adler / Raissa Timofevna / Raissa Timofeyevna Epstein, née Raissa Epstein (1872-1962). Russian Jewish socialist, wife of Alfred Adler. Biography of her daughter Alexandra, Ariadne bio German WP
  2. Hedwig von Alten (1847 - 1922), novelist and feminist, writer of Weibliche Ehre (1892). Ariadne bio, German WP
  3. Anna Altmann, née Anna Urbantschky (geb. 1851 - 1937). Ariadne bio
  4. Ilse von Arlt (1876 - 1960) Ariadne bio
  5. Elsa Asenijeff (pseud.), real name Elsa Maria von Packeny / Elsa Nesteroff (1868 - 1941) Ariadne bio
  6. Henriette Auegg (1841 - 1912) Ariadne bio
  7. Marie von Augustin, pseud. Maria von Thurnberg) (1810 - 1886) Ariadne bio
  8. Marie Auspitz

...

  1. Else Beer-Angerer / Else Angerer
  2. Mathilde Maria Floriana Lippitt / Mathilde Maria Floriana von Aichholz
  3. Christine Touaillon / Christine Auspitz

...

  1. Hedda Wagner (1876-1950)
  2. Julie Waldberg / Julie Thenen
  3. Helene von Waldheim / Helene Forsmann
  4. Anna Warniczek (?-?)
  5. Flora Weinwurm (?-?)
  6. Louise Antonie Weinzierl / A. Baer (pseud.) / R. Hofmann (pseud.) / C. Law (pseud.) (1835-?)
  7. Maximiliane Weissenthurn / Maximiliane von Franul-Weissenthurn / Max von Weissenthurn (1851-1931)
  8. Cäcilie Wendt (?-?)
  9. Ferdinand Maria Wendt
  10. Irene Wendt / Irene Sponner
  11. Charlotte von Wertheimstein / Charlotte Königswarter
  12. Franziska von Wertheimstein (1844-1907)
  13. Josephine von Wertheimstein (1820-1894)
  14. Wilhelmine Wiechovsky (1834-c.1912)
  15. Rosa Wien (1847?-1935)
  16. Alberta von Wilhelm / Margarethe Halm
  17. Emilie Winiwarter / Emilie Exner
  18. Helene Winkler / Helene von Hornbostel
  19. Leopoldine Winter (1854-?)
  20. Marie Wisgrill / Marie Lang
  21. Clara Wittgenstein
  22. Grete Wolf / Grete Schmahl-Wolf (1882-?)
  23. Lydia von Wolfring (?-?)

...

  1. Adele Zarda / Adele Crepaz
  2. Friederike Zeileis
  3. Sidonie Zerkowitz / Sidonie Grünwald-Zerkowitz
  4. Melanie von Zichy-Metternich (1881-1968)
  5. Rosa Zifferer / Rosa Schüler (1851-1911)
  6. Berta Zuckerkandl-Szeps (1864-1945)
  7. Pauline Zweig
  8. Marianne Zycha

Women Social Reformers[edit]

  • Rappaport, Helen, ed. (2001), Encyclopedia of women social reformers, ABC-CLIO 
Volume 1
Volume 2

Women and war[edit]

  1. War and the spread of AIDS / War and AIDS / AIDS and war
  2. Czarina Alexandra of Russia (1872-1918)
  3. 18th-century Andean rebellion Andrean rebellion in the 18th century / Andrean rebellion / Women and Andean rebellion in the 18th century
  4. Armenian Women Victims of Genocide
  5. Lena Margaret Pocock Ashwell (1872-1957)
  6. Vera H. Atkins (1908-2000)
  7. Australian Women in Service during World War II
  8. Lady Theodosia Bagot / Theodosia Bagot (1865-1940)
  9. Anne Trotter Bailey (ca. 1742-1825)
  10. E. H. Baker / Mrs Baker (n.d.)
  11. Countess Lagi Ballestrem-Solf / Lagi Ballestrem-Solfi (ca. 1919-1955)
  12. Belgian women during World War I
  13. Valentina Bilien (n.d.)
  14. Japanese biological warfare experimentation / Japanese biological warfare / Biological warfare in Japan / Biological warfare experimentation in Japan
  15. Sarah Borginis (1812-1886)
  16. Linda Bray (1960- )
  17. Mary-Agnes Brown (1902-1998)
  18. Ruth Humphries Brown (1920- )
  19. Eva Maria Buch (1921-1943)
  20. Women and World War II in Bulgaria
  21. Margaret Lenora Chamberlain / Margaret Lenora Tamblin (1918- )
  22. Impact on women of wars in Chechnya
  23. Cherokee War Woman
  24. Women and the Communist Revolution in China
  25. Women on the Chinese Home Front in World War II
  26. Women warriors in China before 1911
  27. Mairi Lambert Chisholm (1896-1981)
  28. American Civil War and women / Women and the American Civil War / Women in the American Civil War
  29. Women combatants during the American Civil War / Women combatants in the American Civil War
  30. Women in the medical services in the American Civil War / Women in the medical services / Women in medicine
  31. Women and political violence in Colombia / Political violence in Colombia
  32. Jean Conquest / Mary Eliza Louise Gripper Martin-Nicholson (1876-1941)
  33. Women and Conscientious Objectors in the United States during World War II / Conscientious Objectors in the United States during World War II / Conscientious Objectors during World War II / Conscientious Objectors in the United States
  34. Margaret Cochrane Corbin (1751-1800)
  35. Women and the Crusades
  36. Women in the Cuban Revolution
  37. Cathrine Curtis (1918-1955)
  38. Women warriors in Dahomey / Women in Dahomey
  39. Mildred Inks Davidson Dalrymple (1920- )
  40. Justina Dawidson / Justina Draenger (1917-1943)
  41. Andrée De Jongh / Dédée De Jongh (1916- )
  42. Bridget Deavers (b. 1839)
  43. Nadezhda Andreyevna Durova (1783-1866)
  44. Abuse of women during War in East Timor / War in East Timor
  45. Women and the civil strife in El Salvador / Women and civil strife in El Salvador / Women and civil war in El Salvador / Civil strife in El Salvador / Civil war in El Salvador / Women and the Salvadoran Civil War / / Women in the Salvadoran Civil War / Salvadoran Civil War
  46. Regula Engel (1761-1853)
  47. Vera Eriksen / Vera de Cottani de Chalbur (b. 1912)
  48. Women and the Struggle for Independence of Eritrea
  49. Falklands War and Margaret Thatcher
  50. Nadezhda Nikiforovna Fedutenko (1915-1978)
  51. Women in the Winter War (Finland)
  52. Heloise Ruth First (1925-1982)
  53. Klavdiia Iakovlevna Fomicheva-Levashova (1917-1958)
  54. Psychological impact of World War I on French women / Impact of World War I on French women / Psychological impact of World War I on women in France / Impact of World War I on women in France / Impact of World War I on women
  55. Women and the French home front in World War I / French women and the home front in World War I / French home front in World War I / Women and the French home front during World War I / French women and the home front during World War I / French home front during World War I
  56. Women and the French Home Front in World War II / French women and the Home Front in World War II / French Home Front in World War II / / Women and the French home front during World War II / French women and the home front during World War II / French home front during World War II
  57. Impact of war on women's protest during the French Revolution
  58. Wives of U. S. frontier soldiers
  59. Bracha Fuld (1926-1946)
  60. Lady Katherine Symonds Furse / Katherine Symonds Furse (1875-1952)
  61. Atrocities of German Armed Forces / Atrocities of the Wehrmacht/ Wehrmacht atrocities
  62. Women in the German Revolution of 1918-1919 / #Women in the 1918-1919 German Revolution
  63. Women and the German home front in World War I / German women and the home front in World War I
  64. Women and the German home front in World War II / German women and the home front in World War II
  65. Virginie Ghesquière (ca. 1755-1854)
  66. Emilia Gierczak (1925-1945)
  67. Mariana Grajales Coelho (1808-1893)
  68. Social impact of World War I on British women / Impact of World War I on British women / Social impact of World War I on women in Britain / Impact of World War I on women in Britain / Social impact of World War I on women / Impact of World War I on women / Social impact of World War I / Social impact of World War I in Britain
  69. Women in service during World War I / Women combatants during World War I / British women in service during World War I / British women combatants during World War I
  70. Women in service during World War II / Women combatants during World War II / British women in service during World War II / British women combatants during World War II
  71. Women in service in the 17th, 18th, and early 19th centuries / British women soldiers / Women in service / Women in military service / Women soldiers / Women in military service in the United Kingdom
  72. British women on the Home Front during World War II / Women on the British Home Front during World War II / Women on the UK Home Front during World War II / Women on the Home Front in Britain during World War II / Women on the Home Front in Great Britain during World War II / Women on the Home Front in the United Kingdom during World War II
  73. Women and Greek Resistance during World War II / Women and Greek Resistance in World War II / Greek Resistance during World War II / Greek Resistance in World War II
  74. Women and Female Imagery in Greek warfare / Women and Female Imagery in Ancient Greek warfare / Women in Greek warfare / Women in Ancient Greek warfare / Female Imagery in Greek warfare / Female Imagery in Ancient Greek warfare
  75. Women in the Greek Civil War
  76. Women and the Greek Revolution
  77. Greek women and war in Antiquity / Ancient Greek women and war
  78. Chaika Grossman (1919-1996)
  79. Civil conflict and women in Guatemala / Women and civil conflict in Guatemala / Civil war and women in Guatemala / Women and civil war in Guatemala / Civil war in Guatemala / Civil conflict in Guatemala
  80. Women and the Gulf War (1990-1991)
  81. Guljamal-Khan(um) / Guljamal-Khan / Guljamal-Khanum (ca. 1836-1919)
  82. Elena Haas
  83. Cicely Marie Hamilton (1872-1952)
  84. Mildred Harnack-Fish (1902-1943)
  85. Melba Hernández Rodríguez del Rey (1921- )
  86. Marguerite Higgins (Hall) (1920-1966)
  87. Hiroshima and Nagasaki / Women and the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
  88. Ilse Hirsch (b. 1922)
  89. Katherine Hodges (1888-1982)
  90. Holocaust and Jewish women / Holocaust and women / Women in the Holocaust / Jewish women and the Holocaust / Women and the Holocaust
  91. Lady Isabel Galloway Hutton / Isabel Galloway Hutton / Isabel Emslie (1887-1960)
  92. Women warriors in India to 1857 / Women warriors in India
  93. International Congress of Women / Antiwar protest of women in World War I / Women's antiwar protest in World War I / Antiwar protest in World War I / Antiwar protest against World War I
  94. International Manifesto of Women (1915)
  95. Impact on women of Iran-Iraq War
  96. Women and Islamic resistance movements / Islamic resistance movements
  97. Women in the Israeli military
  98. Women in the Italian Resistance during World War II / Women in the Italian Resistance
  99. Italian women during World War II / Italian women on the home front during World War II / Women in Italy during World War II / Women on the home front in Italy during World War I / Italian women in the services during World War II
  100. Women and the home front in Japan in World War II / Women in Japan in World War II / Japanese women and the home front in World War II / Women in Japan in World War II
  101. Women warriors in ancient and medieval Japan / Women warriors in ancient Japan / Women warriors in medieval Japan
  102. Jehovah's Witnesses in Nazi Germany
  103. Jewish women of antiquity and war / Jewish women in antiquity and war / Jewish women and war in antiquity / Women and war in antiquity / Jewish women and war / War and Jewish women / War and Jewish women of antiquity / War and Jewish women in antiquity / War and women in antiquity
  104. American women journalists during World War I / American women journalists in World War I / American women journalists and World War I / Women journalists during World War I / Women journalists in World War I / Women journalists in World War I / Journalists during World War I / Journalists in World War I / Journalists and World War I / Journalism and World War I
  105. Women and conflict in Kashmir / Conflict in Kashmir / Women in Kashmir
  106. Comfort women / Comfort women in Korea
  107. Women and the home front in Korea in World War II / Women in Korea in World War II / Korean women and the home front in World War II / Women in Korea in World War II
  108. American women and the Korean War
  109. Milka Kufrin (1921- )
  110. Kurmanjan-Datkha (ca. 1811-1907)
  1. Emilia Landau (1924-1943)
  2. Women in guerrilla movements in Latin America / Women in Latin American guerrilla movements / Guerrilla movements in Latin America / Latin American guerrilla movements
  3. Women and the fighting in Lebanon / Women and the Lebanese Civil War / Women and war in Lebanon / Lebanese women and war / Women in Lebanon
  4. Edith Lederer / Edie Lederer
  5. Mary Anna Randolph Custis Lee (1808-1873)
  6. Anna Leska-Daab (1921- )
  7. Jania Lewandowska, née Jania Dowbor-Musnicki) (1908-1940)
  8. Women in American World War II literature / American World War II literature / Women in war literature / Depiction of women in war literature
  9. Lidiia Vladimirovna Litviak / Liliia Vladimirovna Litviak (1921-ca. 1943)
  10. Tat'iana Petrovna Makarovna (1920-1944) / Vera Luk'ianovna Belik (1921-1944)
  11. Women and Wars in Malta
  12. Rachel Martin / Grace Martin / Rachel and Grace Martin
  13. Women in the Mau Mau Rebellion / Mau Mau Rebellion
  14. Emma Maud McCarthy (1858-1949)
  15. Grace Ashley-Smith McDougall (1889-1963)
  16. World War II Medical Specialist Corps / U.S. Women in Military Service
  17. Mercy Ship
  18. Mexican American women and World War II / Mexican American women in World War II / Mexican American women during World War II / Mexican American women
  19. Danica Milosavljevic (1925- )
  20. Wives of Napoleon's Marshals
  21. Women and war in Nicaragua
  22. Käthe Niederkirchner / Katja Niederkirchner (1909-1944)
  23. Anna Vladimirovna Nikulina (b. 1904)
  24. Collette Nirouet (1926-1944)
  25. Women and the Norwegian resistance movement during World War II / Women and the Norwegian resistance movement / Women in the Norwegian resistance movement
  26. Women and the home front in Norway in World War II / Women in Norway in World War II / Norwegian women and the home front in World War II / Women in Norway in World War II / Norwegian women in World War II / Women in Norway during World War II / Norwegian women during World War II
  27. Women's collaboration with the German occupation of Norway / [Women's collaboration in the German occupation of Norway]] / Collaboration in the German occupation of Norway / Collaboration with the German occupation of Norway
  28. U.S. Army Nurse Corps in World War II / United States Army Nurse Corps in World War II / U.S. Army Nurse Corps / United States Army Nurse Corps
  29. Mildred Scott Olmsted (1890-1990)
  30. Maude Onions (b. 1885)
  31. Oradour-sur-Glane Massacre
  32. Pankhurst family / Pankhurst sisters: E. Sylvia Pankhurst
  33. Women and the Paris Commune (1871)
  34. Marie O'Dean Bishop Parrish / Deanie Parrish (1922- )
  35. Liudmila Mikhailovna Pavliuchenko (1916-1974)
  36. Peace People Movement / Peace People Movement (Northern Ireland)
  37. Peruvian Truth and Reconciliation Commission / Women and political violence in Peru / Women and political violence
  38. Women during the American suppression of the Insurrection in Philippines / [[[Women during the Philippine–American War]] / American suppression of the Insurrection in Philippines / American suppression of the Philippine Insurrection
  39. Pilots of the IL-2 (1941-1945)
  40. Women and the Polish Resistance during World War II / Women and the Polish Resistance in World War II / Women and the Polish Resistance
  41. Polish Auxiliary Air Force (PLSK)
  1. Images of Women in World War II / War posters / Women in war posters
  2. Rape by the Red Army in World War II / Rape by the Red Army
  3. Marina Mikhailovna Raskova, née Marina Mikhailovna Malinina (1912-1943)
  4. Women of the Red Army Faction / Women in the Red Army Faction / Women and the Red Army Faction
  5. Women of the Red Brigades / Women in the Red Brigades / Women and the Red Brigades
  6. Red Cross of the United States / Red Cross of the United States in World War I / Red Cross of the United States in World War II / Red Cross in World War I / Red Cross in World War II
  7. Esther De Berdt Reed (1746-1780)
  8. Roman women and war / Women and war in Ancient Rome
  9. Ishobel Ross (1890-1965)
  10. Women in the Armed Forces in Russia (1700-1917)
  11. Women recipients of the Order of St. George (1808-1917)
  12. Women in the Armed Forces of the Russian Republic (1991- )
  13. Russian Revolution and women / Women and the Russian Revolution
  14. Women and the Rwandan Genocide / Women in Rwanda
  15. Salvation Army in World War I
  16. Jeannetje Joanna Schaft / Hannie Schaft (1920-1945)
  17. Kitty Schmidt (1882-1954) was the owner of Berlin brothel Salon Kitty.
  18. War widows and refugees in 17th-century Scotland / War widows in 17th-century Scotland / Refugees in 17th-century Scotland / War widows in Scotland / Refugees in Scotland / War widows
  19. Marcelle Semmer (1895-ca. 1944) was a French heroine of World War I
  20. Women and the Sicilian Revolutions of 1820 and 1848 / Women and the Sicilian Revolutions / Sicilian Revolutions of 1820 and 1848
  21. Winnie Smith (1944- ) was a Vietnam War nurse and author.
  22. Women survivors of the Smyrna Tragedy / Survivors of the Smyrna Tragedy / Smyrna Tragedy
  23. Duchess von Hohenberg Sophie (1868-1914)
  24. Irena Sosnowska-Karpik (1922-1990)
  25. Geneviève Souliè (b. 1919)
  26. 46th Taman Guards Bomber Aviation Regiment (May 1942-May 1945)
  27. 125th Guards Bomber Aviation Regiment / (125th M. M. Raskova Borisov Guards Bomber Aviation Regiment (January 1943-May 1945)
  28. Women recipients of the Order of Glory (1943-1948)
  29. Women recipients of the Order of the Red Banner (1918-1928)
  30. Women in the Armed Forces of the Soviet Union / Women in the Soviet Armed Forces (1917-1991)
  31. 586th Fighter Aviation Regiment
  32. Women heroes of the Soviet Union Women heroes of the Russian Federation (1938-1995)
  33. Women and the Spanish Civil War / Women in the Spanish Civil War / Women during the Spanish Civil War
  34. Women and the Spanish-American War / Women in the Spanish-American War / Women during the Spanish-American War
  35. Spartan Women / Women in Sparta / Women in Ancient Sparta
  36. Dame Freya Stark (1893-1993)
  37. Mabel Stobart (1862-1954)
  38. Women and the Civil War in Sudan / Women and the Sudanese Civil War
  39. Maria Svobod (d. 1944)
  40. Betty Guild Tackaberry (Blake) (1920- )
  41. Women and the conflict in Sri Lanka / Women and the Sri Lankan Civil War / Conflict in Sri Lanka
  42. Women terrorists
  43. Ellen May Tower (1868-1899)
  44. Trauma and brutalization unleashed by World War I / Trauma of World War I
  45. Baroness Elizabeth de T'Serclaes / Elizabeth de T'Serclaes, née Elizabeth Shapter (1884-1978)
  46. Women during the Troubles in Ulster / Women during the Troubles
  47. Women and the home front in the United States in World War II
  48. Military service of American women in World War II / American women's military service in World War II / American women's military service / Women's military service in the United States / Women and military service in the United States / Women in military service in World War II
  49. Navy Women's Reserve United States (WAVES)
  50. Opposition to U.S. Entry into World War II / Right-wing opposition to U.S. entry into World War II / Right-wing American women / Right-wing women in the United States
  51. Women Reserves in the Coast Guard (known as SPARs)
  52. Lynda Van Devanter / Lynda Buckley) (1947-2002)
  53. Mary Van Kleeck (1883-1972)
  54. Elizabeth Louise Van Lew (1818-1900)
  55. Hélène Viannay (1917- )
  56. U.S. Women Soldiers in Vietnam
  57. Women in the Buddhist Peace Movement
  58. Women in War and Resistance before 1954 in Vietnam
  59. Vivandières in the French Army / Cantinières in the French Army
  60. Friederike Charlotte Luise von Massow Von Riedesel (1746 -1808)
  61. Elizabeth Von Thadden (1890-1944)
  62. Marguerite Beauchamp Washington / Pat Washington / Pat Waddell , nee Waddell (1892-1972) was an English volunteer ambulance driver and member of the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry.
  63. Jean Watts (1909-1968) was a Canadian journalist and Communist Party activist. She was the only woman to join the Mackenzie-Papineau Battalion, a battalion of Canadians fighting as part of the XV International Brigade on the Republican side in the Spanish Civil War.
  64. Martha Wertheimer (1890-1942) was a German Jewish journalist who became director of the office of children’s affairs of the Frankfurt Jewish Community, and played a central role organizing the Kindertransport in 1938 and 1939.
  65. Women of Wexford Rising / Wexford Rising / Women of the Wexford Rebellion
  66. Reba Zitella Whittle / Reba Z. Whittle (1919-1981)
  67. Vera Wohlauf
  68. Countess Marion Yorck von Wartenburg / Marion, Countess Yorck von Wartenburg / Marion Yorck von Wartenburg (1904-2007)
  69. Young Men's Christian Association in World War I / YMCA in World War I / Women and World War I / Women in World War I
  70. Militant Serbian Nationalism
  71. Women in the Yugoslav military during World War II / Women in the Yugoslav military / Women in the Yugoslav People's Army / Women in the Yugoslav People's Army during World War II
  72. Women and the Yugoslav Wars / Women in the Yugoslav Wars / Women during the Yugoslav Wars

Women: a modern political dictionary[edit]

Cheryl Law (2000). Women, A Modern Political Dictionary. I.B.Tauris. ISBN 978-1-86064-502-0. 

  1. Nancy Adam
  2. Nettie Adler
  3. Olive Aldridge
  4. Jannie Baker
  5. Anna Barlow
  6. Florence Barry
  7. Victoria Evelyn May Bennett
  8. Edith Bethune-Baker
  9. Hilda Bideleux
  10. Theodora Bosanquet
  11. Adeline Bourne
  12. Maude Cloudesley Brereton
  13. Edith Bright
  14. Nellie Brocklehurst
  15. Phyllis Challoner
  16. Mrs Cecil Chesterton
  17. Alice Schofield Coates
  18. Marjorie Chave Collisson
  19. Helen Cynthia Colville
  20. Janet Courtney
  21. Louise Hume Creighton
  22. Margaret Crewe
  23. Edith Crosby
  24. Rachel Crowdy-Thornhill
  25. Mrs Boyd Dawson
  26. Evelyn Deakin
  27. Vera Douie
  28. Rosetta Durrie Mulford
  29. Dorothy Elliott
  30. Violet Eustace
  31. Josephine Fairfield
  32. Rosina Frampton
  33. Henrietta Franklin
  34. Sophia Seekings Friel
  35. Gladys Goodered
  36. Cleone Griff
  37. Grace Hadow
  38. Kathleen Halpin
  39. Lilian Harris
  40. Mildred Head
  41. Annie Hewitt
  42. Mary Higgs
  43. Mrs Hobbs
  44. Eleanor Hood
  45. Constane Hoster
  46. Edith Howse
  47. Beryl Huffinley
  48. Jessy Kent-Parsons
  49. Georgina Kitson-Clark
  50. Violet Le Sueur
  51. Octavia Lewin
  52. Elizabeth Macadam
  53. Mary Macarthy
  54. Edith McDonald
  55. Christine Maguire
  56. Betha Mason
  57. Mabel Mathews
  58. Winifred Mayo
  59. Lilian Moore-Guggisberg
  60. Christine Murrell
  61. Lucy Nettlefold
  62. Helen Nutting
  63. Lizzie O'Kell
  64. Beatrix Palmer / Beatrix Palmer, Countess of Selborne
  65. Nancy Parnell
  66. Katherine Parsons
  67. Margaret Patridge
  68. Eleanor Shelley Rolls
  69. Tamara Rust
  70. Beryl Ryland
  71. Elizabeth Simm
  72. Johanna Sheehy Skeffington
  73. Wiifred Soddy
  74. Daisy Solomon
  75. Mrs Saul Soloman
  76. Philippa Strachey
  77. Grace Tavener
  78. Hilda Tweedy
  79. Florence Underwood
  80. Mary Whitty-Webster
  81. Emelye Wilsno
  82. Edith Zangwill
  83. Elsie Zimmern

...

  1. IWSF / Irish Women's Suffrage Federation
  2. LNSWS London and National Society for Women's Service

...

  1. MWA / Married Women's Association
  2. MWDL / Married Women's Defence League
  3. NAWL / National Association for Women's Lodging-Homes
  4. ...
  5. NFBPWC / National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  6. NFWW / National Federation of Women Workers

...

  1. ACAC / Action Campaign for Abortion and Contraception
  2. AIM / Actio, Information, Motivation
  3. AWWW / Asian Women Writers' Workshop
  4. BBWC / Brixton Black Women's Centre
  5. BWC / Belfast Women's Collective
  6. CHERISH
  7. CLUW / Coalition of Labour Union Women
  8. COW / Cinema of Women
  9. CSW / Council for the Status of Women
  10. CWG / Coleraine Women's Group

...

  1. GLCWC / Greater London Council Women's Committee
  2. Greenham Women
  3. IU / Irishwomen United
  4. Leeds Revolutionary Feminists
  5. LIL / Liberation for Irish Lesbians
  6. London Rape Crisis Centre
  7. NAC / National Abortion Campaign
  8. NIAC / Northern Ireland Abortion Campaign
  9. Northern Ireland Women's Aid Federation
  10. NIWRM / Northern Ireland Women's Rights Movement
  11. NWO / National Women's Organization
  12. NAC / National Abortion Campaign

...

Women humanitarians[edit]

Oldfield, Sybil (2001), Women humanitarians : a biographical dictionary of British women active between 1900 and 1950, London: Continuum 

  1. Rosa Barrett (1855-), social reformer and feminist ODNB
  2. Florence Mary Barrow (1876-1964), charity worker ODNB
  3. Alicia E. Neva Bewicke / Alicia E. Neva Little / Alicia Bewicke / Alicia Little (1845-1926), miscellaneous writer
  4. Mary Ronald Bisset (1876-1953), eye surgeon and obstetrician
  5. Mary B. Booth / Mary Booth (1885-1969), refugee relief worker
  6. Olive Emma Booth / Olive Booth (1891-), post-war overseas relief coordinator
  7. Sybil Brazell (1919-), voluntary plague nurse
  8. Geralding Cadbury / Geralding S. Cadbury / Geraldine Barrow Cadbury (1865-1941), criminal justice reformer
  9. Gladys Cann (1907-1993), missionary nursing sister in India
  10. Maynard Linden Carter (1886-), nurse, relief worker and pioneer
  11. Hilda Cashmore (1876-), educationalist and welfare worker
  12. Hilda Clark (1881-1955), physician, writer and suffragist ODNB
  13. Winifred Coate / Winifred Annie Coate / Winifred A. Coate (1893-1977), missionary teacher and relief organizer ODNB
  14. Phyllis Cooper (1909-1994), relief worker and Red cross rescuer
  15. Ethel Constance Cousins (1882-1944), surgeon
  16. Margaret Llewellyn Davies / Margaret Caroline Llewelyn Davies (1861-1944), co-operative activist and general secretary of the Women's Co-operative Guild
  17. Lilian Doughty-Wylie / Lilian Oimara Doughty-Wylie (1878-1961), medical relief worker
  18. Ethel Gordon Dunbar (c.1885-1930), nurse and relief worker
  19. Dorothy England (1906-), nurse with Save the Children
  20. Ellen Margaret Farrer (1865-1959), pioneer medical missionary
  21. Mary Friedrich (1882-1970), champion of persecuted victims of nazism
  22. Nancy Farrow / Nan Green (1904-1984), medical worker and pacifist
  23. Dorothy Hardisty (1881-1973), champion of Jewish child refugees
  24. Clara Haslewood / Clara B.L. Haslewood (1876-1962), champion of girl slaves in Hong Kong
  25. Mary Higgs (1854-1937), social interventionist
  26. Elaine Hills-Young (1895-1983), pioneer midwife
  27. Dorothy Jewitt (1896-1982), medical missionary nurse and midwife
  28. Ella Priscilla Jorden (1909-1993), nurse, midwife and refugee relief worker
  29. Lettice Jowitt (1878-1962), educationist and refugee worker
  30. Mother Kevin / Mother Mary Kevin / Teresa Kearney (1875-1957), missionary medical worker and teacher
  31. Janet Lacey (1903-1988), charity director ODNB
  32. Lesley Maber / Gladys Lesley Maber (1906-1999), teacher, refugee rescuer and resistance heroine
  33. Katherine Stewart MacPhail / Katherine Stewart Macphail (c.1885-1974), paediatrician
  34. Joan McMichael-Askins / Joan K. McMichael-Askins (1905-1989), pioneer of public health
  35. Margaret C. McNeill (1909-1985), quaker and refugee relief worker
  36. Joyce Pearce (1915-1985), humanitarian and teacher
  37. Mary Baker Penman (1883-1951), nurse
  38. Edith Mary Pye / Edith Pye (1876-1965), midwife and international relief organizer
  39. Diana Pym (1908-), campaigner for Greek political prisoners
  40. Marjorie Rackstraw (1888-1981), refugee and family relief worker
  41. Sister Dorothy Raphael / Dorothy Raphael (1893-1977), anti-racist missionary social worker in South Africa
  42. Stella Jane Reekie / Stella Reekie (1922-1982), Red Cross nurse
  43. Annie Erskine Robinson / Erskine Robinson (1874-1925), socialist feminist teacher and peace activist
  44. Alice Roughton (1905-1995), medical campaigner, anti-nuclear campaigner and ecologist
  45. Elisabeth Harvey Rowntree / Tessa Rowntree / Tessa Cadbury (1909-1999), refugee rescuer
  46. Mabel Shaw (1888-1973), missionary and educator ODNB
  47. Mary Ryott Sheepshanks / Mary Sheepshanks (1872-1958), feminist, pacifist, internationalist and rescuer of refugees
  48. Rebecca Sieff (1890-1966), co-founder of Zionism
  49. Esther Simpson (1903-1996), rescuer of refugees ODNB
  50. Motee Booth-Tucker Sladen / Catherine Motee Booth-Tucker / Motee Booth-Tucker / Catherine Motee Booth-Tucker Sladen (1891-1975), salvation army commissioner
  51. Lilian Starr / Lilian Underhill (1886-), missionary nurse
  52. Eleanor Strugnell (1887-1993), missionary teacher and social worker
  53. Sophia Sturge (1849-1936), peace campaigner ODNB
  54. Claire Thomson (1894-c.1966), medical missionary
  55. Margaret Henderson Thomson (1902-1982), medical aid to civilian war victims ODNB
  56. Marjory Winsome Warren (1897-1960), pioneer of geriatric care
  57. Doreen Warriner (1904-1972), rescuer of refugees and development economist ODNB
  58. Elizabeth Spence Watson (1839-1919), anti-militarist and internationalist
  59. Agatha Watts (1861-1923), peace witness
  60. Honor Wilkins (c.1907-1977), medical missionary doctor in India
  61. Francesca Wilson / Francesca M. Wilson (1888-1981), international relief and refugee rescue worker

Famous American Women[edit]

From Robert McHenry, Famous American women

Notable American Women[edit]

  • James, Edward T.; James, Janet Wilson, eds. (1974), Famous American Women: a biographical dictionary, Harvard University Press 
Abolitionists
  1. Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock Jones
Actresses & theatre directors
  1. Malvina Pray Florence
  2. Catherine Norton Sinclair Forrest
  3. Mrs. Lewis Hallam
  4. Caroline Emily Fox Howard
Art collectors & patrons
  1. Anne Evans (Denver) / Anne Evans (art patron)
  2. Grace Rainey Rogers
Art critics & historians
  1. Leila Mechlin
Art educators
  1. Mary Amelia Dana Hicks Prang
  2. Irene Weir
Feminists

[...]

Health reform advocates
  1. Love Rosa Hirschmann Gantt
  2. Frances Stern
Historians
  1. Frances Manwaring Caulkins
  2. Helen Laura Sumner Woodbury

[...]

Kindergartners

[...]

Labor leaders
  1. Elizabeth Flynn Rodgers
  2. Maud O'Farrell Swartz
Labor reformers
  1. Gertrude Barnum
  2. Elizabeth Glendower Evans
  3. Mabel Edna Gillespie
  4. Anna Wilmarth Thompson Ickes
  5. Maria Maud Leonard McCreery
  6. Daisy Florence Simms
  7. Emma Carola Woerishoffer
Lawyers
  1. Marion Marsh Todd
Lecturers & orators
  1. Mary Fenn Davis
  2. Pauline Kellogg Wright Davis
  3. Sarah Elizabeth Van De Vort Emery
  4. Helen Mar Jackson Gougar
  5. Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock Jones
  6. Angelia Louise French Thurston Newman
  7. Marion Marsh Todd
Librarians

[...]

Missionaries

[...]

  1. Eliza Talcott
  2. Lillias Stirling Horton Underwood
  3. Laura Maria Sheldon Wright
Missionary society leaders
  1. Belle Harris Bennett
  2. Mary Katharine Jones Bennett
  3. Alice Blanchard Merriam Coleman
  4. Martha Hillard MacLeish / Martha Hillard
  5. Lucy Jane Rider Meyer
  6. Angelia Louise French Thurston Newman
  7. Jane Marie Bancroft Robinson
Music educators & patrons
  1. Georgia Lydia Stevens
  2. Ellen Battell Stoeckel
Negro women
  1. Annie D. Waites Hunton
Newspaperwomen
  1. Emily Pomona Edson Briggs

[...]

Prison reformers
  1. Elizabeth Leslie Rous Comstock
  2. Martha Platt Falconer
  3. Emma Amelia Hall
  4. Jessie Donaldson Hodder
  5. Caroline Bayard Wittpen
Religious educators
  1. Joanna Graham Bethune
  2. Josephine Van Dyke Brownson
  3. Mother Marie Joseph Butler
  4. Adelaide Teague Case
  5. Sister Julia McGroarty
  6. Mary Kimball Morgan
  7. Mary Rhodes
  8. Elizabeth Ann Rogers
  9. Georgia Lydia Stevens
  10. Henrietta Benigna Justine Zinzendorf Watteville
Religious founders & leaders
  1. Mary Fenn Davis
[...]

International Who's Who of Women[edit]

This is just a sample taken from a few random pages - not all may be notable.

  1. Anneliese Böttiger (born 1936), German professor of engineering
  2. Brigitte Bouquet (born 1941), French museum director
  3. Claude Bourg (born 1935), French businessperson
  4. Joëlle Marie-Paule Bourgois (born 1945), French diplomat

...

  1. Shirley Dex (born 1950), British economist
  2. Rina Dhaka (born 1968), Indian fashion designer
  3. Kamala Dhall (born 1932), Indian professor of medicine
  4. Dhorka Dhamo (born 1935), Albanian art historian
  5. Florence d'Harcourt (born 1929), French politician

...

  1. Mavis Gradwell (born 1948), British business executive
  2. Monica M. Grady, British meteoritic scientist
  3. Ilona Graenitz (born 1943), Austrian politician
  4. K. M. Graham / Kathleen Margaret (born 1913), Canadian painter
  5. Phyllis Grann (born 1937) American publisher and editor
  6. Allison Jean Grant (born 1958), Canadian actress and singer
  7. Jacqueline G. Grapin (born 1942), French international organization executive

...

  1. Fatima M. Kazem (born 1935), Egyptian professor of rural sociology
  2. Shahla Kazemipour (born 1946), Iranian demographer
  3. Doloresa Kazragyte (born 1942), Lithuanian actress
  4. Najia Kbir-Ariguib (born 1937), Tunisian scientist
  5. Saara Tellervo Kehusmaa-Pekonen (born 1941), Finnish business executive
  6. Jean Lucilla Kekedo, Papua New Guinea diplomat

...

  1. Eliane Manchet (born 1935), French opera singer
  2. Ruth Blumenstock Mandel (born 1938), American political scientist
  3. Sirikorn Maneerin (born 1951), Thai politician
  4. Maria Rosaria Manieri (born 1943), Italian politician
  5. Margaret Mary Manion (born 1935), Australian adademic
  6. Beverley Lois Anderson Manley / Beverley Anderson Manley (born 1941) Jamaican political scientist

...

  1. Florence Marie Jeanne Parly (born 1963), French civil servant
  2. Jeanne-Marie Parly (born 1935), French civil servant
  3. Pauline H. Parnes (born 1947), Canadian speech pathologist
  4. Carolyn Miller Parr (born 1937), American federal judge and mediator
  5. Phyllida Parsloe (born 1930) British academic and social worker

...

  1. Irmgard Schwaetzer (born 1942), German politician
  2. Inge Elisabeth Schwank (born 1959), German mathematician
  3. Nancy E. Schwartz (born 1947), Canadian nutrition consultant
  4. Hannah Scott, British charity administrator

...

  1. Susan Urbach / Zsuzsa Urbach (born 1933), Hungarian art historian
  2. Zofia Jadwiga Urbanyi-Krasnodębska (born 1934), Polish conductor

Women psychoanalysts[edit]

France[1]
United Kingdom[2]
  1. Mary Chadwick
  2. Elizabeth Foulkes née Marx (1918-2004)
  3. Liselotte Frankl (1910-1988)
  4. Marjorie Franklin (1877-1975)
  5. Kate Friedländer née Frankl (1902-1949)
  6. Iseult Grant Duff (1882-1957)
  7. Nicena Battiscombe Gunn (Real name Lillian Florence Gunn, known as Meena") née Meacham (1886-1973) also see Battiscombe Gunn
  8. Victoria Hamilton (born 1941)
  9. Ilse Hellmann / Ilse Hellman (1908-1998)
  10. Ethilda Budgett-Meakin Herford (1872-1956)
  11. Susan Isaacs née Fairhurst (1885-1948)
  12. Betty Joseph (born 1917)
  13. Barbara Lantos née Ripper (1894-1962)
  14. Hilde Lewinsky (1907-1956)
  15. Hilde Maas (1893-1983)
  16. Julia Mannheim née Lang (1893/95?-1955)
  17. Merrell Middlemore (?-1938)
  18. Lois Munro (1907-1973)
  19. Jessie Murray (1867-1920)
  20. Edna Oakeshott née Yates (1904-1999)
  21. Grace W. Pailthorpe (1883-1971)
  22. Irma Brenman Pick
  23. Ruth Riesenberg Malcolm (?-2011)
  24. Anne-Marie Sandler née Weil
  25. Ilse Seglow née Seligmann (1900-1984)
  26. Elizabeth Zetzel née Rosenberg (1907-1970)

Domestic service etc.[edit]

See Lucy Delap (2011). Knowing Their Place: Domestic Service in Twentieth-Century Britain. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-957294-6. Retrieved 21 July 2012. 

  1. Association of Trained Charwomen
  2. Institute of Home Help Organisers
  3. Mrs Mopp (character)
  4. National Institute of Houseworkers
  5. National Union of Domestic Workers / DWU
  6. Daisy Noakes
  7. Mrs Panton / J. E. Panton / Mrs J. E. Panton / Jane Ellen Panton / Jane Ellen Frith (1848-1923)

Women's periodicals[edit]

Science etc.[edit]

  1. Margrethe Bohr (1890–1984), wife of Niels Bohr
  2. Cindy Van Dover / Cindy L. Van Dover (1954–), marine biologist
  3. Katherine Foot (c.1852–1944), American cytologist
Times Obits
  1. E. M. Delf-Smith / Ellen Delf-Smith (1980), British botanist
  2. Alice Evans (botanist) / Alice Margaret Evans (1927-1981), British botanist
  3. Frances Hamer (1894-1980), British photographic chemist
  4. Ann Horton (7 April 1894 - 15 July 1967), British experimental physicist and academic at Newnham College, Cambridge
  5. Mary Lunt (died 1981), British biochemist
  6. Brenda Ryman / Brenda E. Ryman / Brenda Edith Ryman (1922-1983), British biochemist and Mistress of Girton College, Cambridge
  7. Anne Shaw (management consultant) (1904-1982), Scottish pioneer of management consultancy in Britain.
  8. Mary Snow / Mrs G. R. S. Snow (c.1902-1978), British botanist
  9. Mary Waller / Mary Désirée Waller (died 11 December 1959), British physicist
  10. Elisabeth Wangermann (1923-1981), Austrian-British botanist
From http://inventors.about.com/od/womeninventors/Women_Inventors.htm
  1. Dianne Croteau, inventor of Actar 911, the CPR mannequin
  2. K. K. Gregory, the ten-year old inventor of Wristies
  3. Gabriele Knecht, patentor of the Forward Sleeve design for creating clothing
  4. Krysta Morlan, American inventor
  5. Alice Parker (inventor), inventor of an improved gas heating furnace
  6. Betty Rozier and Lisa Vallino, mother and daughter co-inventors of an intravenous catheter shield
  7. Ann Tsukamoto, co-patenter of process to isolate human stem cells
Mothers and Daughters of Invention
  1. Henrietta Vansittart (1833-1883), English inventor of the Vansittart screw propellor.[8]
  2. Maria Szanto Luck / Mme Maria Luck-Szanto / Maria Szanto / Maria Luck (1899-1988), Hungarian-British dress fabric innovator

Women composers[edit]

Women in science[edit]

http://tools.wmflabs.org/mix-n-match/?mode=catalog&catalog=10&offset=0&show_noq=1&show_autoq=0&show_userq=0&show_na=0

Surrealist women[edit]

From Penelope Rosemont (ed.), Surrealist Women: An International Anthology (London: The Athlone Press, 1998). See also: Whitney Chadwick, Women Artists and the Surrealist Movement (London: Thames and Hudson, 2002); Mirror Images: Women, Surrealism, and Self Representation (Cambridge, Mass. & London, England: The MIT Press, 1998); Mary Ann Caws, Rudolf Kuenzli, and Gwen Raaberg (eds), Surrealism and Women (Cambridge, Massachusetts & London: The MIT Press, 1991); Renée Riese Hubert, Magnifying Mirrors: Women, Surrealism, & Partnership (Lincoln & London: University of Nebraska Press, 1994); http://www.manchestergalleries.org/angelsofanarchy/resources/artists/

Misc.[edit]

  1. Cara Vincent Hall (1922–), New Zealand concert pianist
  2. E. F. Howard / Elizabeth Fox Howard (6 March 1873 - 9 December 1957), British Quaker
  3. Esther Immanuel (died 1 August 1975), British businesswoman and philanthropist. (Times obit; otherwise oddly absent from the record)
  4. Rose Laird (died August 21, 1966) was an American pioneer in cosmetics.
  5. Mrs L. St. Clare Grondona (died 18 March 1967), joint founder of the Tudor Rose League with her husband, Leo St. Clare Grondona
  6. Elena Katulskaya / Yelena Katulskaya (1888-1966), Russian soprano
  7. Brenda Seligman / Brenda Zara Seligman (died 2 January 1965), British anthropologist
  8. Marie Arago, François Arago's, Jacques Arago's mother (fr:Marie Arago)
  9. Jihan El Midany is an Egyptian pentathlete. At the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics she was Egypt's flagbearer, the first woman flagbearer for Egypt at any Olympic event.[9]
  1. Anissa Hassouna is the first woman to be elected to the board of the Egyptian Council for Foreign Affairs. She is executive director of Magdi Yacoub’s foundation, vice president of the board of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, and a lecturer at the Banking Institute in Cairo and the Diplomatic Institute.
  2. Azza Fahmy is an Egyptian jewelry designer.
  1. Sarah Todd Astor (1761–1832), German-born American fur trader
  2. Florence Ayscough (c. 1875/8 - 1942), American poet and translator
  3. Helga Beyer (1920–1942), German-Jewish member of the anti-Nazi resistance
  4. Sylvia Caduff (1937—), Swiss conductor
  5. Caterina Cibò / Caterina Cibo / Caterina Cybo (fl. 1533), Duchess of Camerino
  6. Selma Epstein (1927—2014), American pianist
  7. Dora Fabian (1901-1935) was a German anti-Nazi activist and journalist
  8. Cornelia Fausta (b. 88 BCE), Russian noblewoman
  9. Mary Belle Harris (1874–1957), American prison administrator
  10. Niddy Impekoven (1904—2002), a German dancer
  11. Alla G. Massevitch / Alla Genrikhovna Massevitch / Alla Massevitch / Alla Genrikhovna Massevich / Alla Massevich (1918—), Russian astronomer
  12. Jane Colt More (c. 1488–1511), English gentlewoman, the first wife of Thomas More
  13. Dorothy Nyembe (1930–1998), South African anti-apartheid leader
  14. Mary Nzimiro (1898–1993), Nigerian merchant and philanthropist
  15. Oda Olberg (1872–1955), German-born journalist and political activist
  16. Susanna Orelli (1845–1939), Swiss social reformer
  17. Loja Saarinen, née Gesellius (1879–1968), Finnish-born weaver and textile designer
  18. Anna Sacher (1859–1930), Austrian hotel proprietor
  19. Nicolosa Sanuti (fl. 1453), Bolognese writer
  20. Mary Sherwood (1856–1935), American doctor and public health advocate
  21. Annie Silinga (1910–1983), South African anti-apartheid campaigner
  22. Matilda Tone / Mathilda Tone (c. 1769–1849), wife of Irish nationalist Wolfe Tone
  23. Virdimura of Sicily (fl. 1376), Jewish woman doctor
  24. Harriet Waddy (1904–1999), pioneering African-American woman soldier
  25. From a Garden in the Antipodes was the first book of poetry by Ursula Bethel, published anonymously by Sidgwick and Jackson in 1929.

Women and food[edit]

  1. Della T. Lutes (1872-1942) was an American cookery writer
  • Dorothy Allhusen]] (1877-1965) was an English cookery writer
  1. Kate Sargeant (born 1862) was an American amateur naturalist and cook, author of the first mushroom cookbook.
  2. Sheila Hibben, nee Cecile Craik (1888-1964) was an American journalist and cookery writer. Hibben started the restaurant column in the New Yorker.
  3. Molly O'Neill (born 1952) was an American journalist and food writer.
  4. Ella Ervilla Kellogg (1853-1920) was an American vegetarian and food writer, best known for her Science in the Kitchen (1892).
  5. Katherine Golden Bitting (1868-1937) was an American food chemist. (fr:Katherine Bitting)
  6. Encarnación Pinedo (1848-1902) was a Hispanic American cookery writer
  7. Asenath Nicholson (1792-1855) was an American Quaker, abolitionist, vegetarian and writer on the Irish Famine.
  8. Lettice Bryan was an American cookery writer, author of The Kentucky Housewife (1839)
  9. Sarah Rutledge (1782-1855) was an American cookery writer, author of The Carolina Housewife (1847)
  10. Helen Bullock (historian) (1905-1995) was an American archivist and culinary historian.
  11. Gertrude Battles Lane (1874-1941) was an American magazine editor. From 1911 to shortly before her death she was editor of Woman's Home Companion.
  12. Alice Bradley (1875-1946) was an American cookbook writer.
  13. Helen Evans Brown (1904-1964) was an American food writer.
  14. Alice Arndt (1941-2007) was an American culinary historian
  15. Joan Reardon (born 1930) is an American biographer and culinary writer
  16. Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan is a Singaporean-American journalist and writer
  17. Adrienne Kane is an American food writer and blogger
  18. Molly Wizenberg is an American food writer, blogger and restauranteur.
  19. Suzan Colon
  20. Laura Schenone
  21. Charlotte Silver
  22. Patricia Volk

References[edit]

  1. ^ #4 Huda Al Ghoson,
  2. ^ Hanan Al Kuwari, Arabian Business, March 1, 2015.
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