Feminist Collections, v.14, no.2 (winter 1993)
Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women's Resources. 46p.
FROM THE EDITORS. BOOK REVIEWS: Arenas of Visibility: Representation/Older Women/Self-Representation by Kathleen Woodward.[Reviews] In Full Flower: Aging Women, Power, and Sexuality by Lois W. Banner; Remembered Lives: The Work of Ritual, Storytelling, and Growing Older by Barbara Myerhoff; Coming into the End Zone: A Memoir by Doris Grumbach; Endgame: A Journal of the Seventy-Ninth Year by May Sarton. The Many Faces of Menopause by Janeen O'Leary Cobb. [Reviews] The Change by Germaine Greer; Transformation Through Menopause by Marian Van Eyk McCain; Natural Menopause by Susan Perry and Katherine O'Hanlan, M.D.; The Silent Passage by Gail Sheehy; The Menopause and Hormonal Replacement Therapy ed. by Regine Sitruk-Ware, M.D. and Wulf H. Utian, M.D.; Women of the Fourteenth Moon ed. by Dena Taylor and Amber Coverdale Sumrall; and The Menopause, Hormone Therapy, and Women's Health by the U.S. Congress Office of Technology Assessment. FEMINIST VISIONS: Images of Aging -- Aging of Images by Susan Davies. FOR MIDLIFE AND LONG-LIVING WOMEN: A REVIEW OF FEMINIST PERIODICALS: by Geri L. Dickinson. ARCHIVES: The Milwaukee Urban Archives collections on women and the Fran Leeper Buss collection of oral histories of low-income and minority women. NEWS FROM THE CONSORTIUM OUTREACH PROGRAM: REACHING BEYOND THE CAMPUS: by Anne Statham. COMPUTER TALK: Databases, discussion groups, and electronic journals. WISCONSIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: Bibliographies on Japanese women, lesbianism, feminist theater, feminist legal literature, agricultural development, Mary McCarthy, women and film, women of color and Southern women, women of color in mathematics and science, women in nontraditional fields, violence against women; plus guides to American women playwrights, international women's literature, lesser-known women in history, American women's "firsts," rape and sexual assault resources, women sociologists, archival manuscript resources, quotations by women, American women athletes, and feminism and psychoanalysis. (Reviewed by Phyllis Holman Weisbard.) PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals on young American girls, world religions, book reviews from Australia, science and technology, Philippine women, women's music and culture, military service, politics, cross-cultural perspectives, survivors of female incest, Russian/CIS women, New Zealand women, news features, and several publications of a more general nature. Special issues of periodicals on forgotten women's writing, postmodernism, sexual harrassment, economics and development, lesbian and gay studies, speaking and silence, Russian women's writing, sexual assault, Middle Eastern women, women astronomers, military service, Anne Tyler, and women filmmakers. Transitions: Feminist Visions revives; Gay Community News pauses to seek funds. Ceased publications: Bakerby's, Out/Look: National Lesbian & Gay Quarterly, and So Proudly We Hail. (Compiled by Linda Shult.) ITEMS OF NOTE: Posters on multicultural education and on black women outraged by the Hill-Thomas hearings; records of a black women's national association; a directory of academic assistance for African women scholars; a grant resource for older women; faculty development evaluation guidelines; an oral history collection on Southern women; a book series on influential writers; and a merchandise catalog. (Compiled by Linda Kaiser.) BOOKS RECENTLY RECEIVED.