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Feminist Collections, v.6, no.1 (fall 1984)

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Women's Studies; Gender; Feminism; Library Resources; Reviews
Subtitle: Women's Studies Library Resources in Wisconsin. 39p.
FROM THE EDITORS: Susan Searing reports on four spring conferences. TEN YEARS OF WOMEN'S STUDIES IN WISCONSIN: By Dr. Karen L. Merritt. FEMINIST VISIONS: Feminist films for young people, by Elizabeth Ellsworth. WOMEN AND THE POPULAR PRESS: INDIA: By Judith A. Benade. WOMEN IN PRINT: Report on the First International Feminist Book Fair, and announcement of the Third National (U.S.) Women in Print Conference, by Cathy Loeb. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: New sources on: women and the British Empire; the status of women; women and the American left; women and folklore; notable British women; women composers; women in librarianship; language, gender and society; biographies of women for young people; working women's job rights; and the psychology of black women. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals on: erotica for women (Eidos: Erotica for Women); film and video(FX: The Women's Film and Video Bulletin); experimentalist writing (HOWever); Hispanic women (Intercambios Femeniles); international women's issues (Isis International Women's Journal /Women in Action); U.S. defense policy (Legislative Alert); women in Central America (MADRE Speaks); domestic violence (NCADV Voice); women of color (National Institute for Women of Color Network Newsletter); women's health (National Women's Health Report); English prostitutes (Network: News from the English Collective of Prostitutes); women's studies "mainstreaming" (Re-Visions); lesbian and gay liberation (Rites: For Lesbian & Gay Liberation); and turn-of-the-century women (Turn-of-the-Century Women). Special Issues on: women's history; Native American/Latina art and literature; the rhetoric of feminist writing; environmental history; and gay and lesbian studies. Ceased publications: Bread & Roses. ITEMS OF NOTE: A women's news service; a radio series on immigrant women in the U.S.; reprint series on nursing and marriage, sex and the family in England; a new software series on women in history; and a British feminist digest for blind women. WISCONSIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: New bibliographies of lesbian literature, 1980-1983, and new reference works in men's studies, 1983/84. BOOK REVIEWS: Black and Third World Women Writers 1981-1984: Part I , by Nellie McKay. Recent and Selected Feminist Scholarship on Autobiography, by Elaine Marks.
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