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Feminist Collections, v.13, no.2 (winter 1992)

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Women's Studies; Gender; Feminism; Library Resources; Reviews
Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources. 34p.
BOOK REVIEWS: "'RECONSTITUTING THE WORLD: CLAIMING AND RECORDING LESBIAN HISTORY, by Joan Ariel.[Reviews of] Eight books, a film, and several newsletters of interest in re/uncovering lesbian history. WOMEN'S POVERTY IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT, by Nancy Naples. [Reviews of] The Feminization of poverty: Only in America? ed. by Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg and Eleanor Kremen; Women and the World Economic Crisis, by Jeanne Vickers. FEMINIST VISIONS: JAZZ DANCER by Marilyn Gottschalk. FINDING FUNDING: GRANT-GETTING TIPS FOR WOMEN: By Phyllis Holman Weisbard. A DIFFERENT WORLD: Beloit's Feminist Bookstore: By Linda Shult RESEARCH EXCHANGE. FEMINIST PUBLISHING: Three new British feminist presses. COMPUTER TALK: Several databases, an Email directory, and a number of online discussion groups. ARCHIVES: A substantial collection on Canadian women's history. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals on lesbians, feminist politics, child sexual abuse, African American women, portrayal of women in Australian media, midwifery, Israeli women, writing by expatriate U.S. women writers, short fiction, criminal justice, recovery, Slavic studies, and women in higher education. Special issues of periodicals on women's experimental writing, feminism in contemporary culture, media/cultural studies, Third World and development issues, science fiction by women, Thai women, and religious writing by women. Transitions: Hag Rag resumes publishing. Ceased publication: Backbone, Visibilities, and Wisconsin Woman. ITEMS OF NOTE: A series on empowering women; a pamphlet on gender, race, and class privilege; a literature review on HIV and AIDS; a working papers series; an economic literacy program; a kit on sexism in the media; a directory of California women's studies scholars; an international directory of Jewish feminists; a report on national women of color organizations; an international directory of women's periodicals; a fact book on U.S. women; a librarians' guide to sex discrimination laws; a series on women artists; a clearinghouse on femicide; a catalog on films about international women; a guide to lesbian organizing; a photography series on women in mathematics and science; and a feminist shortwave radio program. WISCONSIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES. BOOKS RECENTY RECEIVED.
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