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Feminist Collections, v.8, no.2 (winter 1987)

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Women's Studies; Gender; Feminism; Library Resources; Reviews
Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources. 27p.
FROM THE EDITORS: Women's Studies: A Recommended Core Bibliography, 1980-1985 due out early in 1987. FEMINIST VISIONS: Critical viewing: The depiction of women in John Hughes' teen movies, by Ann DeVaney (Becker). WOMEN'S LANGUAGE: The work of the National Council for Research on Women, by Mary Ellen S. Capek. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: New sources on feminist resources for schools and colleges, audiovisual resources, the image of women in the media, women writers, Ellen Glasgow, Sylvia Plath, Dorothy Day, women in China, and refugee women. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals on Canadian women and the law, equity in career options and education, menopause, lesbians, Alberta women, sexual abuse, British feminism, Ohio women, and feminist literature by women and men. Special issues on gender-free education, native women, racism, women and the labor movement, Emily Dickinson, migrant women, gender and reading, art, women in times of crisis, gender roles and women's issues, women in the city, and women of color. ITEMS OF NOTE: Salt of the Earth now available in video format; records and video tapes by Canadian women; a report on women's studies in the U.S.; new research on women's work; proceedings of the Second National Conference on Women and the Arts; and new resources for National Women's History Month. BOOK REVIEWS: When is a lady not a lady? A review of Housing and Homelessness, by Clare Stapleton Concord. A women's computer literacy course, by Marge Wilman. BOOKS RECENTLY RECEIVED.
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