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Special Issues of Periodicals


Lehman, JoAnne, Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources


ART HISTORY v.26, no.3, June 2003: "Difference & Excess in Contemporary Art: The Visibility of Women's Practice." ISSN: 0141-6790. Published on behalf of the Association of Art Historians by Blackwell Publishing, 350 Main St., Malden, MA 02148; phone: (800) 835-6770 or +1 (781) 388-8206; email: subscrip@bos.blackwellpublishing.com; website: http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/journal.asp?ref=0141-6790&site=1 Available online to licensed users through Academic Search Elite, Blackwell-Synergy, and Ingenta.

Partial contents: "'Out of It': Drunkenness and Ethics in Martha Rosler and Gillian Wearing," by David Hopkins; "A Strange Alchemy: Cornelia Parker;" interviewed by Lisa Tickner; "Antibodies: Rachel Whiteread's Water Tower," by Sue Malvern; "Hybrid Histories: Alice Maher," interviewed by Fionna Barber; "Reading Black Through White in the Work of Kara Walker," a discussion between Michael Corris and Robert Hobbs; "Corporeal Theory with/in Practice: Christine Borland's Winter Garden," by Marsha Meskimmon; "Cultural Crossings: Performing Race and Trans-Gender in the Work of Moti Roti," by Dorothy Rowe.

BULLETIN OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY v.23, no.1, 2003: "Careers of Women in Science: Issues of Power and Control." Issue eds.: Lorna Erwin, Barbara Lazarus, Anne MacLachlan, & Sheila Tobias. ISSN: 0270-4676 (print), 1552-4183 (online). Published by Sage Publications, http://bst.sagepub.com/ Single issue price: $16.00 individual, $111.00 institution. Also available online to licensed users through Sage Journals Online.

Partial contents: "Reluctant Rebels: Women Scientists Organizing," by Sylvia Braselmann; "Women in Science-Based Employment: What Makes the Difference?" by Patricia Ellis; "Geek Mythology," by Jane Margolis & Allan Fisher; "Is MIT an Exception? Gender Pay Differences in Academic Science," by Donna K. Ginther; "Women and Science: Issues of Power and Responsibility," by Giovanna Gabetta; "Perspectives From Pioneer Women Activists: An Introduction," by Barbara Lazarus; "Personal Views on Careers of Women in Science and Engineering," by Mildred Dresselhaus.

CONSUMPTION, MARKETS AND CULTURE v.6, no.1, January 2003: "Consumption, Gender and Identity." ISSN: 1025-3866 (print); 1477-223X (online). Published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis, http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/10253866.asp

Partial contents: "Producing and Consuming Gendered Representations: An Interpretation of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras," by S. Kates; "Identity, Ethnicity and Gender: Using Narratives To Understand Their Meaning in Retail Shopping Encounters," by L. Friend & S. Thompson; "Televised Consumption: Women, Advertisers and the Early Daytime Television Industry," by I. Stole; "Equal Dreams: The One Child Policy and the Consumption of Education in Urban China," by A. Veeck, L. Flurry, & N. Jiang.

DEVELOPMENT v.46, no.2, June 2003: "Globalization, Reproductive Rights and Health." ISSN: 1011-6370 (print); 1461-7072 (online). Published on behalf of the Society for International Development by Palgrave Macmillan, http://www.palgrave-journals.com/development/index.html

Partial contents: "Inequalities and Health in India," by G. Sen; "Paradoxes for Gender in Social Movements," by J.S. Francisco; "The Limits to Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights in a Corporatized Competitive Global Economy," by P. Bunkle; "Supporting Women and Girls' Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights: The Ugandan Experience," by R. Ojiambo Ochieng; "The Role of Men in Addressing Domestic Violence: Insights from India," by N. Duvvury & M.B. Nayak; "Sexual Politics and Reproductive Rights in Indonesia," by N. Katjasungkana & S. Wieringa; "Political Disruption, Violence Against Women and Its Impact on Health in Nepal," by M. Maskey; "Abortion Law Reform Advocacy in Thailand," by A. Whittaker; "China: Taking Up the Reproductive Health and Rights Agenda," by Q. Shen; "Motherhood as 'an Act of Defiance': Palestinian Women's Reproductive Experience," by J. …

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