Special Issues of Periodicals

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ACADEMIC PSYCHIATRY v.28, no.4 (December 2004): Special feature: "Women's Professional Development in Psychiatry." ISSN: 1042-9670. Guest ed.: Anna Lembke. Publ.: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc., 1000 Wilson Blvd., Suite, 1825, Arlington, VA 22209-3901; phone: (800) 368-5777; fax: (703) 907-1091; email: accessnumber@psych.org; website: http://ap.psychiatryonline.org/

Partial contents: 'Women and Academic Psychiatry," by Jonathan F. Borus; "Reflections on Women and Psychiatry," by Deborah J. Hales; "Women in Academic Psychiatry," by Janet Bickel; "Women and Teaching in Academic Psychiatry," by Laura D. Hirshbein, Kate Fitzgerald, and Michelle Riba; "Women in U.S. Psychiatric Training," by Shaili Jain and Bhawani Ballamudi; "Women in Psychiatric Training," by Ann M. Bogan and Debra L. Safer; "Gender Differences in the Practice Characteristics and Career Satisfaction of Psychiatrists in Ontario," by Paul E. Garfinkel et al.; "Women Psychiatrists: Personal and Professional Choices--A Survey," by Silvia W. Olarte; "Female Physicians: Balancing Career and Family," by Glese Verlander; "History of Women in Psychiatry," by Laura D. Hirshbein; "Challenges Faced by International Women Professionals," by Nalini V. Juthani.

BIOGRAPHY: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY QUARTERLY v.27, no.3 (Summer 2004): Special essay collection: "Life Writing by and about German-Speaking Women in the Long Eighteenth Century." ISSN: 0162-4962. Guest ed.: Ruth Dawson. Publ.: University of Hawai'i Press for the Biographical Research Center. Center for Biographical Research, University of Hawai'i at M'noa, Honolulu, HI 96822; email: biograph@hawaii.edu; website: http://www.hawaii.edu/biograph

Partial contents: "German Rediscovery of Life Writing: Introduction to Essays on German-Speaking Women as Rulers, Consorts, and Royal Mistresses in the Long Eighteenth Century," by Ruth Dawson with Waltraud Maierhofer; "Memoirs as Dynastic Means of Legitimization: Duchess Sophie of Hannover," by Helke Dreier; "Perilous Royal Biography: Representations of Catherine II Immediately after Her Seizure of the Throne," by Ruth Dawson; "Landgrafin Karoline of Hessendarmstadt: Epistolary Politics and the Problem of Consort Biography," by Corinna Heipcke; "Posthumous Fame and Writing of the Self by the 'Great' Landgrafin Karoline of Hessen-Darmstadt," by Helga Meise; "Wilhelmine Encke-Ritz-Lichtenau: Writing and Reading the Life of a Prussian Royal Mistress," by Waltraud Maierhofer.

CLIO MEDICAI THE WELLCOME SERIES IN THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE v. 73, no.1 (January 2004): "Sex and Seclusion, Class and Custody: Perspectives on Gender and Class in the History of British and Irish Psychiatry." Issue eds.: Jonathan Andrews & Anne Digby. ISSN 0045-7183; online ISSN: 0045-7183. Publ.: Rodopi, 295 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1B, Kenilworth, NJ 07033; phone: (800) 225-3998; email: info@rodopi.nl; website: http://www.rodopi.nl/senj.asp?SerieId=CLIO

Partial contents: "Class, Gender and Madness in Eighteenth-Century Scotland," by Robert Allan Houston; "Gender and Insanity in Nineteenth-Century Ireland," by Oonagh Walsh; "Class, Gender and Insanity in Nineteenth-Century Wales," by Pamela Michael; "'Embarrassed Circumstances': Gender, Poverty, and Insanity in the West Riding of England in the Early-Victorian Years," by Marjorie Levine-Clark; "Delusions of Gender? Lay Identification and Clinical Diagnosis of Insanity in Victorian England," by David Wright; "Sex and Sensibility in Cultural History: The English Governess and the Lunatic Asylum, 1845-1914," by Joseph Melling; "The Female Patient Experience in Two Late-Nineteenth-Century Surrey Asylums," by Anne Shepherd; "A Class Apart? Admissions to the Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum 1890-1910," by Lorraine Walsh; "'A Menace to the Good of Society': Class, Fertility, and the Feeble-Minded in Edwardian England," by Mark Jackson; "Class and Gender in Twentieth-Century British Psychiatry: Shell-Shock and Psychopathic Disorder," by Joan Bus-field. …

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