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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.

BORN IN THE USA: HOW A BROKEN MATERNITY SYSTEM MUST BE FIXED TO PUT MOTHERS AND INFANTS FIRST. Wagner, Marsden. University of California Press, 2006.

CHARLES IVES RECONSIDERED. Magee, Gayle Sherwood. University of Illinois Press, 2008.

DEAREST ANNE: A TALE OF IMPOSSIBLE LOVE. Katzir, Judith. Bilu, Dalya, trans. Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2004.

THE FEMINIST AVANT-GARDE; TRANSATLANTIC ENCOUNTERS OF THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY. Delap, Lucy. Cambridge University Press, 2007.

FEMINIST COALITIONS: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SECOND-WAVE FEMINISM IN THE UNITED STATES. Gilmore, Stephanie, ed. University of Illinois Press, 2008.

FEMINIST PHILOSOPHIES A-Z. McHugh, Nancy Arden. Edinburgh University Press, 2007.

GILMORE GIRLS AND THE POLITICS OF IDENTITY: ESSAYS ON FAMILY AND FEMINISM

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IN THE TELEVISION SERIES. Ritch, Calvin, ed. McFarland, 2008.

HANDBOOK FOR ACHIEVING GENDER EQUITY THROUGH EDUCATION. Klein, Susan and others, eds. Lawrence Erlbaum, 2007. 2nd ed.

HELLIONS: POP CULTURE'S WOMEN REBELS. Raha, Maria. Seal Press, 2008.

THE HISTORY OF MEN: ESSAYS ON THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN AND BRITISH MASCULINITIES. Kimmel, Michael. State University of New York Press, 2005.

A HISTORY OF U.S. FEMINISMS. Dicker, Rory. Seal Press, 2008.

THE IDEA OF PROSTITUTION. Jeffreys, Sheila, Mackenzie, Janet, ed. Spinifex (Australia), 2008. 2nd ed.

INTERNATIONAL GUIDE TO LITERATURE ON MASCULINITY: A BIBLIOGRAPHY. Janssen, Diederik, ed. Men's Studies Press, 2008.

MAKE A BEAUTIFUL WAY: THE WISDOM OF NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN. Mann, Barbara Alice, ed. Bison Books/University of Nebraska Press, 2008.

MEN SPEAK OUT: VIEWS ON GENDER, SEX, AND POWER. Tarrant, Shira, ed. Routledge, 2008.

OVER THE RIVER ... LIFE OF LYDIA MARIA CHILD, ABOLITIONIST FOR FREEDOM. Jackson, Constance L. Permanent Productions, 2008.

PEDAGOGY OF DEMOCRACY: FEMINISM AND THE COLD WAR IN THE U.S. OCCUPATION OF JAPAN. Koikari, Mire. Temple University Press, 2008.

PERFORMING QUEER FEMALE IDENTITY ON SCREEN: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF FIVE RECENT FILMS. Stuart, Jamie. McFarland, 2008.

THE POLITICAL THOUGHT OF ELIZABETH CADY STANTON: WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND THE AMERICAN POLITICAL TRADITIONS. Davis, Sue. New York University Press, 2008.

POLITICAL WOMEN AND AMERICAN DEMOCRACY. Wolbrecht, Christina and others, eds. …

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