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2008 DIRECTORY OF WOMEN'S MEDIA. Allen, Martha Leslie, ed. Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press, 2008.

A TO Z OF ANCIENT GREEK AND ROMAN WOMEN. Lightman, Marjorie and Lightman, Benjamin. Facts on File, 2008. rev. ed.

ABORTION: A DOCUMENTARY AND REFERENCE GUIDE. Rose, Melody. Greenwood, 2008.

ABORTION IN THE UNITED STATES: A REFERENCE HANDBOOK. McBride, Dorothy. ABC-CLIO, 2008.

ALVA MYRDAL: THE PASSIONATE MIND. Hirdman, Yvonne. Schenck, Linda, trans. Indiana University Press, 2008.

THE BIG BOOK OF WOMEN'S TRIVIA. Alvarez, Alicia. Barrett, Erin, fwd. Conari/Red Wheel/Weiser, 2008.

BLAZE: DISCOURSE ON ART, WOMEN AND FEMINISM. Frostig, Katen and Halamka, Kathy A., eds. Cambridge Scholars, 2007.

BRIDGING RACE DIVIDES: BLACK NATIONALISM, FEMINISM, AND INTEGRATION IN THE UNITED STATES, 1896-1935. Dossett, Kate. University Press of Florida, 2007.

DAPHNE. Picardie, Justine. Bloomsbury, 2008.

DATE RAPE. Hamilton, Jill, ed. Greenhaven/Thomson Gale, 2008.

EMPOWERMENT OF NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN GIRLS: RITUAL EXPRESSIONS AT PUBERTY.

Markstrom, Carol A. University of Nebraska Press, 2008.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GAY AND LESBIAN POPULAR CULTURE. Prono, Luca. Greenwood, 2008.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TITLE IX AND SPORTS. Mitchell, Nicole and Ennis, Lisa A. Greenwood, 2007.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WOMEN AND AMERICAN POLITICS. Ford, Lynne E. Facts on File, 2008.

FEMINIST NARRATIVE AND THE SUPERNATURAL: THE FUNCTION OF FANTASTIC DEVICES IN SEVEN RECENT NOVELS. Weese, Katherine J. and others, series eds. McFarland, 2008.

FEMINIST PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE FICTION: UTOPIAS AND DYSTOPIAS. Little, Judith A., ed. Prometheus, 2007.

FEMINISTS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS: A POLITICALLY INCORRECT PROFESSOR CONFRONTS "WOMYN" ON CAMPUS. Adams, Mike. Penguin, 2007.

GENDER, POLITICS, AND DEMOCRACY: WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE IN CHINA. Edwards, Louise. Stanford University Press, 2007.

GENDERED INNOVATIONS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING. Schiebinger, Londa, ed. Stanford University Press, 2008.

GETTING PLAYED: AFRICAN AMERICAN GIRLS, URBAN INEQUALITY, AND GENDERED VIOLENCE. Miller, Jody. New York University Press, 2008.

GIRLS GONE SKANK: THE SEXUALIZATION OF GIRLS IN AMERICAN CULTURE. Oppliger, Patrice A. McFarland, 2008.

GLOBAL FEMINIST ETHICS: FEMINIST ETHICS AND SOCIAL THEORY. Whisnant, Rebecca and DesAutels, Peggy, eds. Rowman and Littlefield, 2008.

HANDBOOK OF SEXUAL AND GENDER IDENTITY DISORDERS. Rowland, David L. and Incrocci, Luca, eds. John Wiley, 2008.

HIGH DEFINITION: AN A TO Z GUIDE TO PERSONAL TECHNOLOGY. Pickett, Joseph P. and others, eds. Houghton Mifflin, 2006.

IN THE NAME OF FRIENDSHIP: A NOVEL. French, Marilyn. Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2008.

INDIAN TRAINS. Wurth, Erika T. West End, 2007.

INSCRIBING SOUTH ASIAN MUSLIM WOMEN: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH GUIDE. Aftab, Tahera. Brill, 2008.

JESUS WAS A FEMINIST: WHAT THE GOSPELS REVEAL ABOUT HIS REVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVE. Swidler, Leonard. Sheed & Ward/Rowman & Littlefield; distr. National Book Network, 2007.

THE LADIES OF LONDONDERRY: WOMEN AND POLITICAL PATRONAGE. Urquhart, Diane. I.B. Tauris, 2007.

THE LOVED ONES. Mamdouh, Alia. American University in Cairo Press, 2006.

MAD, BAD, AND SAD: WOMEN AND THE MIND DOCTORS. …

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