Feminist Collections, v.36, nos. 3-4 (summer-fall 2015).
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Subtitle: A Quarterly of Women’s Studies Resources. ISSN 0742-7441, 22p.
CONTENTS: From The Editors by JoAnne Lehman; Book Reviews: “Black Women Misbehavin’: A New Politics of Sexuality,” by Sherri L. Barnes (reviewing Jennifer C. Nash, The Black Body in Ecstasy: Reading Race, Reading Pornography, Duke University Press, 2014; Trimiko Melancon, Unbought and Unbossed: Transgressive Black Women, Sexuality, and Representation, Temple University Press, 2014; & Mireille Miller-Young, A Taste for Brown Sugar: Black Women in Pornography, Duke University Press, 2014), “Feminism is Ongoing: A Short History,” by Elzbieta Beck (reviewing Dorothy Sue Cobble, Linda Gordon, & Astrid Henry, Feminism Unfinished: A Short, Surprising History of American Women’s Movements, Liveright Publishing/Norton, 2014), “Re-Visioning Women, Empowerment, & Global Poverty,” by Mridu Markan (reviewing Betsy Teutsch, 100 under $100: One Hundred Tools for Empowering Global Women, She Writes Press, 2015); Feminist Visions: “Films & Other Media on Women & Gender,” from GPID Resource Bulletin (highlighting productions from Films for Action, Icarus Films, International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe (ICRSE), Meg Smaker, NEST Collective, Realizing Sexual and Reproductive Justice (RESURJ), Strand Releasing, & Women Make Movies); Periodical Notes: Special women/gender-themed issues or sections of the following non-women/gender journals: Annals of Behavioral Medicine; Asian Studies Review; Celebrity Studies; Centaurus; Cultural Dynamics; European Political Science; Geopolitics; IDS Bulletin; International Journal of Human Rights; Islamic Africa; Israel Studies; Journal of Counseling & Development; Journal of Human Rights; Journal of the New Media Caucus; Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies; The Muslim World; Oxford German Studies; & Studies in European Cinema; Items of Note: Blog post, “Eight Books and Articles White Feminists Should Read for Black History Month,” by Lucie Witt; the 2016 Amelia Bloomer list of feminist literature for young people; short book, We Should All Be Feminists, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.