Feminist Collections, v.16, no.4 (summer 1995)
Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources. 43p.
Contents: FROM THE EDITORS. BOOK REVIEWS: FOLKLORE AND FEMINIST THEORY, by Sari Slater. Feminist Theory and the Study of Folklore, ed. by Susan Tower Hollis et al; Feminist Messages: Coding in Women's Folk Culture, ed. by Joan Newlon Radner; Don't Bet on the Prince: Contemporary Feminist Fairy Tales in North America and England ed., by Jack Zipes. ECONOMIC REALITY FOR WOMEN, by Rose-Marie Avon. Beyond Economic Man: Feminist Theory and Economics, ed. by Marianne A. Ferber and Julie A. Nelson; Women in the Age of Economic Transformation: Impact of Reforms in Post-Socialist and Developing Countries, ed. by Nahid Aslanbeigui et al; Mortgaging Women's Lives: Feminist Critiques of Structural Adjustment, ed. by Pamela Sparr. FEMINIST VISIONS: GRAPPLING WITH MEDIA MESSAGES: THREE FILMS BY ASIAN-AMERICAN WOMEN, by Carole Gerster. LITERARY RESEARCH IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: AN ANALYSIS OF INDEXING SOURCES, by Anna Hulseberg. COMPUTER TALK: New email lists; World Wide Web sites; electronic journals; and more. Compiled by Linda Shult. FEMINIST PUBLISHING: Several new presses, plus some anniversaries. CORE LISTS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES. ARCHIVES: A lesbian/gay archive and a collection on women photographers. NEW REFERENCE WORKS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: Almanacs and a timeline on women and girls, plus resources on ecofeminist theory, health care, Hispanic literary criticism, mystery series by women, women and religion in India, science and engineering, sexual assault, women's music and culture, and early American plays by women. Reviewed by Phyllis Holman Weisbard; one title reviewed by Helene Androski. WISCONSIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES: A new title on reference works. PERIODICAL NOTES: New periodicals on Australian law, reproductive rights, defense of battered women, rural women of Sri Lanka, Israeli equality, menopause, cowgirls, writing by Southern (US) women, and prolife feminism, plus a zine and a new magazine for girls. Special issues of periodicals on feminist pedagogy, maternity and work, successful black women, women in Canada, abortion and birth control, Latin American women, and women poets. Transitions, anniversary editions, and ceased publications. Compiled by Linda Shult. ITEMS OF NOTE: A women's studies retrospective, a bibliography on adult education, a survey of NGO activities, a series of development bibliographies, a fable for women, materials for stopping violence against women in relationships, resources on abortion and health, a history of the University of Wisconsin-Madison women's service club, new research papers, and a summary of a media workshop focused on the Beijing Conference. Compiled by Renee Beaudoin. BOOKS RECENTLY RECEIVED. SUPPLEMENT: INDEX TO FEMINIST COLLECTIONS, VOL. 16.