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Feminist Collections, v.10, no.1 (fall 1988)

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Women's Studies; Gender; Feminism; Library Resources; Reviews
Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources. 28p.
FROM THE EDITORS: Reader survey results and a new look for FC. FEMINIST PUBLISHING: News of several new presses and the Feminist Press Association. NEWS FROM THE UW-SYSTEM. WOMEN'S HISTORY ARCHIVES: DOCUMENTING WOMEN'S LIVES AND WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS TODAY: By Brenda Marston. RECENT PERIODICALS ON WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT: CHALLENGING THE PARADIGM?: By Elli Lester-Massman. WHO'S WORKING ON WHAT?: A DATABASE ON WORK-IN-PROGRESS: By Mary Ellen Capek. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: New sources on Irish women, entrepreneurs, Shirley Chisholm, feminist literary criticism in journal articles, Esther Williamson Ballou, Kate Smith, managers and administrators, Alice Walker, Jewish women, women's movements around the world, anthropologists; plus other reference works. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals on South Asian women; feminist futurists; research on women; women in development; law and public policy; women of color; lesbians and gays; and funding sources. Special issues of periodicals on Black adolescent parents; social issues for women of color; Central American women's health; poet Alice Notley; and books by and about women. Transitions: Feminist Library Newsletter publication temporarily suspended. Ceased publication: WARM Journal. ITEMS OF NOTE: A bibliography on multicultural literature for the young; a report on the National Plan of Action; a questionnaire for evaluating women content in courses; a database of Canadian women's groups; a handbook for faculty hiring; Haworth Press' new series; an international information center and women's archives; a study of women students with dependent children; Womankind Books; film study guides; and a health information service. WISCONSIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: A listing of the year's best reference books. BOOK REVIEWS: Revisioning women's paid labor, by Anne Statharn. At the crossroads: education, gender, and class, by Helen Casper. Non-sexist books for children and young adults, by Lyn Miller-Lachmann. BOOKS RECENTLY RECEIVED.
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