Feminist Collections, v.10, no.4 (summer 1989)
Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources. 24p.
FROM THE EDITORS. BOOK REVIEW: In Touch With the Moon, by Elaine Wheeler. RESEARCH EXCHANGE: A new column. FEMINIST VISIONS: Experimental Films by Women, by Marilyn Gottschalk. UNTAMED SHREW: A sketch of Joan Hyer's book search service. NEWS FROM UW-EAU CLAIRE: By Sarah Harder. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: Three bibliographies on women and literature and two on women's sports, plus new sources on Latin American women, men who batter, women's personal writings, Hollywood images of working women, and women's organizations worldwide. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals on African women, disabled women, education, history, Jean Rhys, maternal health, work and family, Tanzanian women, Canadian women, and market surveys. Special issues on Armenian women, television, cognitive-behavior therapy, Olive Senior, sati (widow immolation), and nineteenth-century clothing production. Transitions: Plainswoman temporarily suspends publication; Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy appears in a new format. Ceased publication: The Celibate Woman. ITEMS OF NOTE: A report on Title IX; legal information on sexual harassment; a clearinghouse on campus violence; a poster series on rape myths; an out-of-print book dealer; Routledge's new feminist book series; a collection of articles on disabled women; and a guide to starting a small business. BOOKS RECENTLY RECEIVED. SUPPLEMENT: INDEX TO FEMINIST COLLECTIONS.