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THE AGE OF THE WORLD TARGET: SELF-REFERENTIALITY IN WAR, THEORY, AND COMPARATIVE WORK. Chow, Rey. Duke University Press, 2006.

THE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF SCOTTISH WOMEN. Ewan, Elizabeth and others, eds. Edinburgh University Press, 2006.

A BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF WOMEN'S MOVEMENTS AND FEMINISMS: CENTRAL, EASTERN, AND SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE, 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES. de Haan, Francisca and others, eds. Central European University Press, 2006.

CALLING THIS PLACE HOME: WOMEN ON THE WISCONSIN FRONTIER 1850-1925. Jensen, Joan M. Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2006.

THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO FEMINIST LITERARY THEORY. Rooney, Ellen, ed. Cambridge University Press, 2006.

CAPITALIZING ON THE CURSE: THE BUSINESS OF MENSTRUATION. Kissling, Elizabeth Arveda. Lynne Reiner, 2006.

COLORED AMAZONS: CRIME, VIOLENCE, AND BLACK WOMEN IN THE CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE, 1880-1910. Gross, Kali N. Duke University Press, 2006.

CREATING CHOICE: A COMMUNITY RESPONDS TO THE NEED FOR ABORTION AND BIRTH CONTROL, 1961-1973. Cline, David P. Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.

CREATING THE FICTIONAL FEMALE DETECTIVE: THE SLEUTH HEROINES OF BRITISH WOMEN WRITERS, 1890-1940. Kungl, Carla T McFarland, 2006.

DICTIONARY OF WOMEN WORLDWIDE: 25,000 WOMEN THROUGH THE AGES. Commire, Anne and Klezmer, Deborah, eds. Yorkin/Thomson Gale, 2007.

DIFFERENT VOICES, WOMEN IN UNITED STATES HISTORY. Teipe, Emily. CAT, 2006.

DOCUMENTING WOMEN'S RIGHTS VIOLATIONS BY NON-STATE ACTORS. Bauer, Jan and Helie, Anissa. International Centre for Human Rights/Democratic Development/Women Living Under Muslim Laws, 2006.

AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BRITISH WOMEN'S WRITING, 1900-1950. Hammill, Faye and others, eds. Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FEMINIST LITERATURE. Snodgrass, Mary Ellen. Facts on File, 2006.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WOMEN AND BASEBALL. Heaphy, Leslie M. and May, Mel Anthony, eds. McFarland, 2006.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WOMEN AND ISLAMIC CULTURES: FAMILY, BODY, SEXUALITY AND HEALTH. Joseph, Suad and others, eds. Brill, 2006.

EURIPIDES MEDEA. Collier, Michael and Machemer, Georgia, trans. Oxford University Press, 2006.

FINALLY FEMINIST: A PRAGMATIC CHRISTIAN UNDERSTANDING OF GENDER. Stackhouse, John G. Jr. Baker Academic, 2005.

FOREIGN BABES IN BEIJING: BEHIND THE SCENES OF A NEW CHINA. DeWoskin, Rachel. W.W. Norton, 2005.

GENDER AND THE DIGITAL ECONOMY: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE DEVELOPING WORLD. Ng, Cecilia and Mitter, Swasti, eds. Sage, 2005.

GENDER MAINSTREAMING WITHIN THE AFRICAN UNION (AU): A PROPOSED FRAMEWORK FOR ACTION. Chesoni, Atsango and others Wandia, Mary, ed. FEMNET, 2005.

GENDER REGIMES IN TRANSITION IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE. Pascall, Gillian and Kwak, Anna. Policy Press, 2005.

GLOBAL FEMINISM: TRANSNATIONAL WOMEN'S ACTIVISM, ORGANIZING, AND HUMAN RIGHTS. Ferree, Myra Marx and Tripp, Aili Mari, eds. New York University Press, 2006.

GOLDEN MOUNTAIN: BEYOND THE AMERICAN DREAM: A MEMOIR. Kai, Irene. Silver Light, 2004.

GRASS-ROOTS NGOS BY WOMEN FOR WOMEN: THE DRIVING FORCE OF DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA. Handy, Femida and others. Sage, 2006.

HANDBOOK OF GENDER AND WOMEN'S STUDIES. Davis, Kathy and others, eds. Sage, 2006.

HISTORICAL DICTIONARY OF LESBIAN LITERATURE. Miller, Meredith. Scarecrow, 2006.

THE HOUSE ON LIPPINCOTT. Burstow, Bonnie. Inanna, 2006.

IN AN IRON GLOVE. Martin, Claire Trans. by Philip Stratford. University of Ottowa Press, 2006.

IN THE NAME OF FRIENDSHIP. French, Marilyn. Feminist Press/CUNY 2005.

JANE FONDA'S WORDS OF POLITICS AND PASSION. Hershberger, Mary, ed. New Press, 2006.

KITARO PRESENTS SPIRITUAL GARDEN (AUDIODISC), Kitaro Domo Records, 2006.

LATINAS IN THE UNITED STATES: A HISTORICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA. Ruiz, Vicki L. and Korrol, Virginia Sanchez Korrol. …

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