Feminist Collections, v.4, no.4 (summer 1983)
Subtitle: Women's Studies Library Resources in Wisconsin. 40p.
FROM THE EDITORS: Report on progress toward the creation of a database in women's studies. CONTRIBUTIONS INVITED. ORAL HISTORY: Women in the Holocaust: Wisconsin Survivors of the Holocaust Documentation Project, by Sara Leuchter. SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Rare Book Department, Memorial Library, UW-Madison: A Conversation wi h Assistant Curator Deborah Reilly. WOMEN IN PRINT: UPDATE: Report on the first Northwest Women in Print Conference, and plans for a second Midwest conference. NEWS FROM UW-PLATTEVILLE: By Jacqueline Ross, Director of the Women's Studies Program, UW-Platteville. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals: For Us Women Newsletter; Ikon, Second Series; Out!; Women's Diaries; The Women's Review of Books; Women's Studies Research in Wisconsin. Ceased pub1ication: Sojourner: A Third World Women's Research Newsletter. Special issues on Black writer Gayl Jones; gender and secondary school curriculum; feminist fiction and poetry; the impact of Black women in education; substance abuse among women; 19th century women and the frontier; women and education; and Nicaraguan women. ITEMS OF NOTE: Publications from the ALA Committee on the Status of Women in Librarianship; 1983 Ladyslipper guide to women's music; two new films, "The Wisconsin Farm Woman" and "Fighting for the Obvious"; ten years of women's history postcards from Helaine Victoria Press; and educational materials to promote girls' achievement in math science. WISCONSIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: A new bibliography on "mainstreaming" women's studies. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: New sources on women and literature, women's employment and affirmative action, and guides to funding. Reviewed by Susan Searing. BOOK REVIEWS: A Disabled Woman's Critique of Literature Dealing With Disabled Women, by Kathleen Hagen, "The Physician's Hand": Work Culture and Conflict in American Nursing, by Barbara Melosh. Reviewed by Judith Walzer Leavitt. Feminist Art History: A New Direction for the Eighties, by Estella Lauter. SUPPLEMENT: INDEX TO FEMINIST COLLECTIONS VOL.4, 1982-1983