Feminist Collections, v.10, no.3 (spring 1989)
Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources. 26p.
FROM THE EDITORS: Feminist networking in Wisconsin. FEMINIST VISIONS: Women's documentary films, by Marilyn Gottschalk. SERIALS TRENDS: LITERATURE FOR WOMEN IN THE POST-MS. ERA: By Valerie Berk, reprinted from Ulrich's News. FEMINIST PUBLISHING: Several new presses; US. distributors for non-US. publishers; and two literary festivals. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: New sources on Simone de Beauvoir, pianist Cecile Chaminade, the history of women's magazines, women composers, George Eliot, Margaret Drabble, Denise Levertov, curriculum integration, women's symbols and sacred objects, abortion, and Anne Morrow Lindbergh. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals on domestic violence, coaching women's basketball, media images of women, medical women, women of color, Australian anthropologist Olive Pink, poetry by women of the south central U.S., and rural women around the world. Special issues on Sylvia Plath, women and crime, gender roles in the family, gender and the economy, Georgia O'Keefe and other women artists, education, and housing. Transitions: Upfront resumes publication. Ceased publication: Feminist Writers Guild Newsletter; Aegis Magazine on Ending Violence Against Women. ITEMS OF NOTE: A bibliographic database from UNESCO; a statistical database from the U.N.; public interest reports from a Wisconsin charity; teaching units on women and development; classroom activities for promoting sex equity; a lesbian-gay mail-order bookstore; reprints of two classic feminist titles; a Spanish version of This Bridge Called My Back; a lesbian-feminist book distributor; a study guide on Latina films and videos. WOMEN'S STUDIES IN WISCONSIN: WHO'S WHO & WHERE. BOOK REVIEWS: Eyeing the Nineties: Recent Writings in Art History, by Nancy Ring. Theatrical Disruptions, by Margaret Swanson. Professional Tools for a Women's Profession, by Susan Searing. BOOKS RECENTLY RECEIVED.