Feminist Collections, v.11, no.1 (fall 1989)
Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources. 31p.
FROM THE EDITORS. BOOK REVIEWS: Looking at the Female Spectator, by Julie D'Acci. Middle Eastern and Islamic Women "Talk Back," by Sondra Hale. FEMINIST VISIONS: Four Black American Musicians, by Jane Bowers. THE CAIRNS COLLECTION OF AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS: By Yvonne Schofer. WOMEN OF COLOR AND THE CORE CURRICULUM: Tools for Transforming the Liberal Arts: Part 1, By Susan Searing. ARCHIVES: Women & Media Collection; and a microfilm project on Bay area gay and lesbian periodicals. FEMINIST PUBLISHING: Two new presses. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: Bibliographies on African women, women's diaries and letters, educational equity resources, Gertrude Stein, Third World women's education, women mystery writers, and British women writers, plus a biographical dictionary and a guide for getting published in women's studies. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals on Latin American women in Canada and abroad, new women's fiction, feminist cultural studies, gender in historical perspective, feminist humor, women anthropologists' news, West Coast lesbians, successful feminist projects, women commemorated on postage stamps, Thai women, women in manual trades, international issues, Arabic women, and women in natural resources professions. ITEMS OF NOTE: A guide to U.S. women of color; special periodical issues on the Third International Feminist Book Fair; a microfilm collection on diaries of U.S. women of the Westward movement; a new edition of Wisconsin Women and the Law; a directory of alternative/radical publications; a clearinghouse for feminist action for social change; a guide to AIDS resources for women; a questionnaire on campus gender perceptions; and three rare and out-of-print book dealers. WISCONSIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: A new title on racism and homophobia. WOMEN'S STUDIES IN WISCONSIN: WHO'S WHO & WHERE: The fifth edition of our women's studies directory. BOOKS RECENTLY RECEIVED.