Education & Research

A platform for academics to share research papers. CWAH shares available publications on Academia to provide access to scholarship by and about women.

FARE (Feminist Art Resources in Education) is an online portal to unique educational resources that utilize feminist art practice, theory, and history to enrich learning and empower students, youth, and adults to use critical thinking and build self-esteem.

CWAH Internships & Student Employment
CWAH offers educational and mentorship opportunities to students and arts professionals through internships and work-study employment. Past projects include archiving materials related to feminist art events, co-curating the Women, Gender, and Creativity House exhibition, and creating lesson plans relating to women artists.

Online Education (Coming Soon)
The courses offered by CWAH are taught by leading contemporary art scholars on topics related to gender, representation, culture, and the visual arts.

Miriam Schapiro Archives on Women Artists
The Miriam Schapiro Archives on Women Artists are housed in Rutgers University Libraries Special Collections and University Archives. They are open by appointment to scholars, curators, researchers, and students who seek documentation about women's art practices.

CWAH publishes exhibition catalogs with essays by women scholars and curators from diverse disciplines, and artwork by famous feminist artists including a poster project by Joyce Kozloff, sculpture by Audrey Flack, and playing cards by Faith Ringgold. Catalogs are available free of charge via our website and

Rutgers Inclusion and Diversity Research Portal
The Inclusion and Diversity Research Portal pulls together for the first time the published work of Rutgers faculty working on diversity and inclusion research across the disciplines, highlighting the broad involvement of faculty and graduate students in investigating these important issues, and making their scholarship available to anyone worldwide.

Visiting Scholars
Offering institutional affiliation and support to scholars involved in research, collaborations, and publications.

An innovative web directory to U.S. archival collections of primary source materials by and about women visual artists active in the U.S. since 1945.

Women and Creativity House Student Exhibitions
The annual Women and Creativity House Student Exhibition is sponsored by Douglass Residential College and the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities, a unit of the Office of the Senior VP for Academic Affairs. The exhibition is part of the Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series, a program of the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities in partnership with Rutgers University Libraries, and is the oldest continuous running exhibition space in the United States dedicated to making visible the work of emerging and established contemporary women artists.
40 Years of Women Artists
CWAH's first virtual exhibition, celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series.