Feminist Collections, v.6, no.2 (winter 1985)
Subtitle: Women's Studies Library Resources in Wisconsin. 30p.
FROM THE EDITORS: A new video project on women and science. FEMINIST VISIONS: Producing feminist visions in the classroom, by Elizabeth Ellsworth. ARCHIVES: Black women in the Middle West. FEMINIST PUBLISHING: Report on six feminist presses, four of them new. NEWS FROM UW-CENTER SYSTEM: By Julia Hornbostel. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: New sources on: American women artists; women of color in film; women and deviance; violence in the family; Virginia Woolf; Emily Dickinson; and Jean Rhys. Reviewed by Susan Searing. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals on feminist publishing; women's music; black gays; lesbians in Hawaii; feminist studies in religion; men's studies; women in Lebanon; and women's poetry. Special issues on women and the environment; women and politics; and women and languge. Transitions: a new Feminary is born. Ceased publications: Big Mama Rag; Quest; Women of Color News. ITEMS OF NOTE: The erotic in women's art (catalog of an exhibit); National Women's History Project Resource Catalog; 1985 Ladyslipper catalog; more rare and out of print books for women's studies; slide shows on the Seneca peace encampment; and Decade for Women information resources. WISCONSIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: A new bibliography on Jewish women's studies. BOOK REVIEWS: Black and Third World Women Writers 1981-1984; Part II, by Nellie McKay. The Writer on Her Work, by Agate Nesaule.