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. 29, No. 2, Spring

Books and Videos Recently Received
AMERICAN WOMEN STAGE DIRECTORS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Fliotsos, Anne and Vierow, Wendy. University of Illinois Press, 2008. BLUE COVENANT: THE GLOBAL WATER CRISIS AND THE COMING BATTLE FOR THE RIGHT TO WATER. Barlow, Maude. New Press, 2007. ...
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E-Sources on Women & Gender
Our website (http://womenst.library.wisc.edu/) includes recent editions of this column and links to complete back issues of Feminist Collections, plus many bibliographies, a database of women-focused videos, and links to hundreds of other websites...
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Feminist Artists and Art (Still) Works: Four Films
DECISIONS OF THE HEART: THE STORIES AND ART OF FUTURE AKINS. 90 mins. Produced by Doug Nelson & Armando Rodriquez, KTXT-TV, Texas Tech University, Box 42161, Lubbock, TX 79409-2161; website: http://www.ktxt.org/productionFuture Akins.htm. Sale...
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From the Editors
September 2008. This issue of our "quarterly of women's studies resources" is dedicated to someone we cherish as a priceless resource: Miriam Greenwald, the artist who enlivens our pages with her pen-and-ink drawings. That's her self-portrait on the...
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Illustrating Feminist Collections: An Interview with Miriam Greenwald
For the past fifteen years, Miriam Greenwald's drawings have been an integral part of this journal. She illuminates the pages with quiet figure studies of women, quirky still-lifes, impressionistic cityscapes, and murky abstracts with hidden meanings....
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Items of Note
The HANDBOOK ON SERVICE LEARNING IN WOMEN'S STUDIES AND THE DISCIPLINES, published by the Institute for Teaching and Research on Women (ITROW) at Towson University, provides a variety of resources for teachers of women's studies courses wanting to...
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