Feminist Collections, v.9, no.4 (summer 1988)
Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources. 47p.
FROM THE EDITORS. FEMINIST VISIONS: Sexual Assault Media Resources, by Lisa Amacher. NEWS FROM UW-GREEN BAY: By Sidney Bremer. PROVIDING BASIC RESOURCES FOR WOMEN'S STUDIES: A PUBLISHER'S VIEW: A look at microform publishing, by William Pidduck. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: New sources on Emily Dickinson; Sylvia Plath; Library of Congress subject headings on women; gay and lesbian research; autobiographical writings of nineteenth-century English women; collections on women in the New York area; Spanish American women writers; Toni Morrison; Diane Wakoski; pornography; early Afro-American women writers; American comediennes; and more. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals focusing on book reviews, Italian-American women, bisexuality, lesbians and disability, gender in the arts and humanities, women religious, over-forty women, new reproductive technologies, and teenage women. Special issues on book collecting, Spanish women novelists, speech/hearing professionals, philosophy, sociology, and anthropology, education (and science education), gender and politics in the arts and sciences, lesbians, women in American culture, feminizing unions, women in Jewish literature, African women writers, the geography of women's employment, and older working women. Transitions: Feminist Arts News:FAN, Kegme, and Matrices all start up again; Minerva adds a quarterly bulletin; and NWSAction supercedes NWSA Perspectives. ITEMS OF NOTE: Working papers from Wellesley College; a search service for rare books; a newsletter for disabled women; two new book series; resources on sexual harassment and anti-discrimination laws; a kit on women and shelter; a microfilm on Southern women; a bibliography of Japanese women writers; a monograph series on women in American politics; a special catalog of films and videos; and a database on women of color and Southern women that is now available on diskette. WISCONSIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: A substantial new bibliography on women of color and ethnic women in the U.S., plus a reading list on working women. BOOK REVIEWS: Choosing Children, Changing Families, by Joan Ariel. Rethinking Development Theory and Practice, by Jane Knowles. New Reproductive Technologies and Motherhood, by Susan Smith. BOOKS RECENTLY RECEIVED. SUPPLEMENT: INDEX TO FEMINIST COLLECTIONS.