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. 26, No. 2-3, Spring

Ambiguous Outcomes: Women and the Power and Promise of Medicine
Jean Elson, AM I STILL A WOMAN? HYSTERECTOMY AND GENDER IDENTITY. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2004. 264p. bibl. index. $59.50, ISBN 1-59213-210-3; pap., $19.95, ISBN 1-59213-211-1. Barbara Seaman, THE GREATEST EXPERIMENT EVER PERFORMED...
A Sampling of Blogs by Women, for Women, And/or Discussing Women's Issues
The sites listed below are a representative sample of blogs that present women's issues. They vary greatly in quality and quantity of content, level of activity, and target demographic. Urban, rural, white, black, straight, gay, mothers, daughters,...
Blog This! an Introduction to Blogs, Blogging, and the Feminist Blogosphere
Blogging is the hottest trend on the Internet. (1) Any serious political junkie immersed in the 2004 election season was quickly initiated into the world of the weblog, or "blog." Although blogs have existed since the late 1990s, persistent media buzz...
Books Recently Received
ARBELLA: ENGLAND'S LOST QUEEN. Gristwood, Sarah. Houghton Mifflin, 2005. AN AUDIENCE OF ONE: DOROTHY OSBORNE'S LETTERS TO SIR WILLIAM TEMPLE 1652-1654. Hintz, Carrie. University of Toronto Press, 2005. BEYOND IDENTITY POLITICS: FEMINISM, POWER...
E-Sources on Women & Gender
Our website (http://www.library.wisc.edu/libraries/WomensStudies/) includes all recent issues of this column, plus many bibliographies, core lists of women's studies books, and links to hundreds of other websites by topic. Information about electronic...
From the Editors
Early September, 2005. Vicki Tobias's first in a series of articles on "blogging" (pp. 11-17) is timely. This "hottest trend on the Internet" has shown some of its true value and versatility in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. From the live postings...
Items of Note
The Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press has published a new booklet (No.7) in its "Looking Toward a Radical Restructuring of the Communications Media" series. THE MEDIA LIBERATION MOVEMENT, by Sena Christian (61p., ISBN 0-930470-23-0), is a...
Special Issues of Periodicals
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;...