Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources

A quarterly that describes and reviews print and audiovisual resources in wome.'s studies. Contains book, film, and video reviews, guides to recent bibliographies, and reference works, electronic resources, and materials such as pamphlets, reports, or rar

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 4, Summer

Books and AV Recently Received
BOOKS A TO Z OF AMERICAN WOMEN BUSINESS LEADERS & ENTREPRENEURS. Sherrow, Victoria, Facts on File, 2002. A TO Z OF AMERICAN WOMEN IN SPORTS. Edelson, Paula. Facts on File, 2002. A TO Z OF WOMEN IN WORLD HISTORY. Kuhlman, Erika. Facts On...
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Contemporary Women Playwrights. (World Wide Web Review)
Websites with information on women playwrights tend to fall into either of two main categories: support resources for writers or basic information about the work of particular individuals. My search revealed no indepth, fulltext critical literary analyses...
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Feminist Publishing: "Trying to Be the Press We've Been Waiting For"
New women's press EDGEWORK BOOKS, founded in Berkeley by a group of already well-published writers that includes Kim Chernin, Gail Sher, and Renate Stendhal, has brought out its "first round" of titles. The press's commitment to the work of women extends...
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From the Editors
Summer 2002. Already (writing this in early Fall), summer seems so long ago! Back then, though, I rediscovered the joys of riding a bicycle (a secondhand three-speed with big baskets) and swimming in clear lakes. Here at work I saw an issue of FC to...
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New and Newly Discovered Periodicals. (Periodical Notes)
BAD JENS: IRANIAN FEMINIST NEWSLETTER 1999?-- . Ed.: Mahsa Shekarloo. Frequency of publication: flexible. Free: online only. Website: http://www.badjens.com/ (Issues examined: Third (1 August 2000); Fourth (21 November 2000); Fifth (25 May 2002)) ...
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New Web-Based Tutorials Launched
The Office of the Women's Studies Librarian, University of Wisconsin System, announces an interactive web-based tutorial that uses topics related to international women's issues as examples in teaching students how to evaluate the results of Internet...
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Online Publications. (Computer Talk)
Asha S. Kanwar & Margaret Taplin, eds., BRAVE NEW WOMEN OF ASIA: HO WDISTANCE EDUCATION CHANGED THEIR LIVES (Vancouver, BC: The Commonwealth of Learning, 2001). 82p. ISBN 1-895369-79-7. Downloadable in PDF format from http://www.col.org/ resources/publications/BraveNew.pdf...
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Serial Publications of the Russian Women's Movement
In the years immediately following the Russian Revolution in 1917, an active women's movement significantly influenced the development of governmental policies, but it was soon forced to take a back seat to other state concerns. In the late 1970s,...
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Special Issues of Periodicals. (Periodical Notes)
JOURNAL OF DRUG ISSUES v.30, no. 4, Fall 2000: "Substance Use, Abuse, and Treatment: Feminist Perspectives." Guest ed.: Kathy G. Padgett; journal ed.: Bruce Bullington. ISSN: 022-0426. Subscription: 4/yr., $95.00 individuals in the U.S. ($120.00 institutions);...
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World Wide Websites. (Computer Talk)
Filmmaker Laurie Kahn-Leavitt and Harvard University's Film Study Center have created an interactive website about how to "do" history that will fascinate and educate the general adult public as well as students at many levels. The aptly named DOHISTORY...
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Zine and Heard: Fringe Feminism and the Zines of the Third Wave
Fringe culture has traditionally been dominated by men in the forms of punk rock, Straight-Edge, cyberpunk, and even--for a brief but lamentable period--glam rock. Then came the riot grrrl movement in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and the Third Wave...
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