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Books and Audiovisuals Received

Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources, Fall 2006 | Go to article overview

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BEFORE THE MANIFESTO: THE LIFE WRITINGS OF MARY LOIS WALKER MORRIS. Milewski, Melissa Lambert, ed. Utah State University Press, 2007.

THE BLACKWELL GUIDE TO FEMINIST PHILOSOPHY. Alcoff, Linda Martin and Kittay, Eva Feder, eds. Blackwell, 2007.

BLOSSOMS OF FIRE (VIDEO), Intrepidas Productions producer. New Yorker Video, 2006.

BORN TO LEAD: UNLOCK THE MAGNIFICENCE IN YOURSELF AND OTHERS. Lamond, Bill. Alpha, 2006.

DECLARATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE: EMPOWERED GIRLS IN YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE, 1990-2001. Brown, Joanne and St. Clair, Nancy. Scarecrow, 2002.

THE DEFENDERS: A HISTORY OF THE BIRTH CONTROL MOVEMENT IN WISCONSIN (VIDEO), Hobbins, Deborah and Rumsey, Emily producers. Trilobyte Pictures, 2006.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GENDER AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. Trauth, Eileen M, ed. Idea Group, 2006.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WOMEN AND ISLAMIC CULTURES: ECONOMICS, EDUCATION, MOBILITY AND SPACE. Joseph, Suad, ed. Brill, 2007.

ENRIQUETA VASQUEZ AND THE CHICANO MOVEMENT: WRITINGS FROM EL GRITO DEL NORTE. Oropeza, Lorena and Espinoza, Dionne, eds. Arte Publico Press, 2006.

FEMINISM: CONTROVERSIES, CHALLENGES, ACTIONS, Barnard Center for Research on Women (video) producer. Barnard Center for Research on Women, 2005.

FEMINIST RESEARCH PRACTICE: A PRIMER. Hesse-Biber, Sharlene Nagy and Leavy, Patricia Lina. Sage, 2007.

FEMINISTS WHO CHANGED AMERICA, 1963-1975. Love, Barbara J, ed. University of Illinois Press, 2006.

FIGHT LIKE A GIRL: HOW TO BE A FEARLESS FEMINIST. Seely, Megan. New York University Press, 2007.

GENDER EQUALITY: A DECADE OF COMMONWEALTH ACTION. Dorall, Cheryl and Roberts, Maryse, eds. Commonwealth Secretariat, 2005.

GIRLS: FEMININE ADOLESCENCE IN POPULAR CULTURE AND CULTURAL THEORY. Driscoll, Catherine. Columbia University Press, 2002.

GIRLS IN POWER: GENDER, BODY, AND MENSTRUATION IN ADOLESCENCE. Fingerson, Laura. State University of New York Press (SUNY), 2006.

GREAT WOMEN MYSTERY WRITERS: SECOND EDITION. Lindsay, Elizabeth Blakesley. Greenwood, 2007.

HARD ROAD, EASY RIDING: LESBIAN BIKER EROTICA. Green, Sacchi and Valencia, Rakelle, eds. Harrington Park/Haworth, 2007.

THE HEART HAS ITS REASONS: YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE WITH GAY/LESBIAN/QUEER CONTENT, 1969-2004. Cart, Michael and Jenkins, Christine A. Rowman and Littlefield, 2006.

A HOUSE IS NOT A HOME. Adler, Polly. University of Massachusetts Press, 2006.

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THE HYSTERIC'S REVENGE: FRENCH WOMEN WRITERS AT THE FIN DE SIECLE. Mesch, Rachel. Vanderbilt University Press, 2006.

IDENTITY ENVY: WANTING TO BE WHAT WE'RE NOT: CREATIVE NONFICTION BY QUEER WRITERS.

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