Feminist Collections, v.3, no.2 (winter 1982)
Subtitle: Women's Studies Library Resources in Wisconsin. 24p.
FROM THE EDITORS: Report on the second Women in Print Conference, Washington, D.C., October 1-4, 1981. FEMINIST BOOKSTORES IN WISCONSIN: Kaleidoscope Books, Oshkosh, by Phyllis Liddell. FEMINIST PUBLISHING: The birth of Cleis Press (Minneapolis), by editor Felice Newman. PROFILE: The Advisory Panel for the Women's Studies Librarian-at-Large. WOMEN LIBRARY WORKERS: A report on the Madison and Wisconsin chapters, by Nancy McClements. NEWS FROM UW-PARKSIDE. ITEMS OF NOTE: Womyn's Braille Press; tapes of the UW-Milwaukee Women's Studies conference; a feminist clipping service; a film on sexual harassment; the Lesbian-Feminist Study Clearinghouse. PERIODICAL NOTES: Seven new periodicals, focusing on black women's educational policy and research, audio-visual materials relating to women and work, lesbians, science fiction and critical feminism, women's 1iterature, and women in education. Special issues on black women, writing and sexual difference, feminist film criticism, women's sexuality, dual-earner families, Native American women, women and trade unions, and science and anti-feminism. BOOK REVIEWS: Recent Feminist Theory, by Susan O'Leary. Pornography: Recent Analyses by Women, by Maureen Green. Keeping Track of Research on Women, by Alice Randlett.