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Feminist Collections, v.7, no.3 (spring 1986)

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1986
Subject(s)
Women's Studies; Gender; Feminism; Library Resources; Reviews
Abstract
Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources. 27p.
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ARCHIVES: Recovering our past: Mathilde Franziska Anneke (1817-1884), by Margo A. Conk and Renny Harrigan. FEMINIST VISIONS: Computer equity through gendered software?, by Elizabeth Ellsworth. FEMINIST PUBLISHING: Report on eight presses, five of them new. NEWS FROM UW-STEVENS POINT: By Kathy White. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: New sources on British feminists; Canadian women's periodicals; feminism and language; women in the Progressive era; lesbian periodicals; women's studies resources in microform; women in American history; and women's studies resources at the U.W. Centers. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals on: Canadian gay and lesbian history; Canadian feminism; women against nuclear war; anti-pornography organizing. Special issues on: feminist theory and practice; women and housing; women and space in human settlements; women and the built environment; women's library collections. Transitions: Lesbian Inciter moves to the West Coast. ITEMS OF NOTE: A series of radio programs based on Forum '85, Nairobi, Kenya; taped lectures on Jewish women in history and literature; a videotape on the feminization of poverty in the midwest; the Woman Activist Mailing List; educational materials for women in nonacademic settings; a report on gang rape on college campuses; women's studies programs in Japan; Women's Equity Action League publications; fashion advertising collection, 1942-1982; and a report on women and media in the Asian and Pacific regions. BOOK REVIEWS: Women and disability, Part 1, by Deborah Kent. Sex, gender, and the state, by Virginia Sapiro.
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University of Wisconsin System. 27p.
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http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1793/21746 
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