Feminist Collections, v.11, no.2 (winter 1990)
Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources. 32p.
BOOK REVIEWS: Women's History Beyond U.S. Shores, by Mary Beth Emmerichs. Women of Ireland, by Maureen Murphy. Feminist Research -- Feminist Methodology, by Dorothy L. Steffens and Jane Robbins. RESEARCH EXCHANGE. FEMINIST VISIONS: Narrative Films by Women, by Marilyn Gottschalk. HISTORICAL SOCIETY WOMEN'S COLLECTIONS TO BE PUBLISHED: By Harry Miller. WOMEN OF COLOR AND THE CORE CURRICULUM: Tools for Transforming the Liberal Arts: Part 2, by Susan Searing. AN UNINSURED WOMEN'S CENTER LIBRARY ... IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU!: By Judy Glenn. NEWS FROM UW-MILWAUKEE: By Jan Yoder. FORMER WOMEN'S STUDIES LIBRARIAN PUBLISHES LITERARY BIOGRAPHY: Esther Stineman's new book. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: Bibliographies on lesbians, Alice Walker, aging, Black American women in literature, Black women in the U.S., eating disorders, African women, Hannah Arendt, and battered wives, plus a chronology of women in sport, an encyclopedia of women's studies, a directory of Wisconsin women's organizations, a directory of women's media, and a guide to New Orleans collections on women. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals on Barbara Pym; campus women's centers; gay writers; family therapy; aging; lesbian prisoners; feminist theory and aesthetics; writing for and by children; military women; older women; Irish women; domestic violence; women artists; and Muslim women. Special issues on Middle Eastern women; children's literature; Puerto Rican oral history; sex equity and sexuality in education; Southern gays and lesbians; women of the Vietnam era; and income earning for women in developing nations. Transitions: Breaking the Silence experiences a publication slowdown; Sex Roles Within Mass Media changes its name; and Women & Environments changes editors and interrupts its regular schedule. Ceased publication: Helicon Nine; Ms. ITEMS OF NOTE: An Oregon guide to manuscript collections on women in society; a book series on Black women in the U.S.; a publication covering the proceedings of women's conferences; a paper on home-based employment; and a catalog of instructional materials. WISCONSIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: Three new titles: on lesbian studies, women and addiction, and new reference works. BOOKS RECENTLY RECEIVED.