Feminist Collections, v.9, no.3 (spring 1988)
Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources. 35p.
FROM THE EDITORS: We'd like to know.... PHOTOGRAPHS: WOMAN'S WORK ON THE FARM: A traveling photographic exhibit from the State Historical Society. ART AND AUTOBIOGRAPHY COME TOGETHER: WOMEN'S ARTISTS' BOOKS: A review of a recent UW-Milwaukee exhibit, by Suzy Buenger. FEMINIST PUBLISHING: Three new feminist publishers, a new imprint for lesbian/gay books, and a women's newspaper conference. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: New sources on women's studies in Canada: building women's studies collections; women in international studies; financial aid; core works in women's studies; Zora Neale Hurston; the psychology of women; teaching women's history on the secondary level; Jewish women and families; and women in foreign policy. PERIODICAL NOTES: Several new periodicals for gays and lesbians, a women's newspaper from Canada, and periodicals on spirituality, women's health information, computing, reproductive rights, and Zora Neale Hurston. Special issues of periodicals on Bolivian women, ethnic women (with some focus on Illinois/the Midwest), feminist literary criticism, women writers from Alaska, and women teachers. Transitions: Feminisms from Ohio State University supercedes two former publications. Ceased publication: Hysteria; Shifra. ITEMS OF NOTE: Information about books on tape; Canadian shelters for battered women; nineteenth-century black women writers; acquaintance rape; artistic feminist videos; sex and AIDS; working papers and tapes from Wellesley College's Stone Center; women's studies pamphlets from York University; women's changing workplace roles; CRIAW papers; Catherine East's rebuttal of Sylvia Hewlett's A Lesser Life; the impact of the Grove City decision; videos and workbooks for women's studies; menopause; and audio tapes on sexual harassment and affirmative action. WISCONSIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: One new title focuses on library research on women and the arts; the other, on women and the history of science. BOOK REVEWS: Writing of Men and Feminism, by Duane Allen. Pornography's Ongoing Debate, by Katherine Anne Ackley. Growing Older Affirmatively, by Carolyn Wilson. BOOKS RECENTLY RECEIVED.