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. 31, No. 3, Summer

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...
From the Editors
October 12, 2010. So what is this thing called "gender," anyway? Does that sound familiar? If you were reading Feminist Collections almost thirteen years ago, it might: Linda Shult, my predecessor in this position, opened her editorial with that...
More Online Videos for Women's Studies: An Update to "A Torrent of Moving Images"
Two years ago, I assessed the world of online video for Feminist Collections? It's time now to take another look, both by revisiting sites covered last time to see what's changed and by reviewing new projects and sources. This time I'll also cover...
The Open Library Book Project: An Opening for Women-Focused Books
When last we examined massive-scale book projects featuring digitization, (1) we concentrated on Google Books, but also described what was then known as the Open Content Alliance (OCA), and its parent, the Internet Archive (http://www.internetarchive.org)....