Special Issues of Periodicals

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Special Issues of Periodicals


Lehman, JoAnne, Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources


ASIAN AND PACIFIC MIGRATION JOURNAL v. 18, no. 1, 2009: Special issue: "Women, Mobilities, Immobilities and Empowerment." Issue editor: Amy Sim. Publisher: Scalabrini Migration Center (Quezon City, Philippines). ISSN: 0117-1968. Available online to licensed users via SocINDEX.

Partial contents: "Foreign Brides, Multiple Citizenship and the Immigrant Movement in Taiwan," by Hsiao-Chuan Hsia; "Women Versus the State: Organizing Resistance and Contesting Exploitation in Indonesian Labor Migration to Hong Kong," by Amy Sim; "Global Householding and Care Networks: Filipino Women in Japan," by Maria Rosario Piquero-Ballescas; "Female Migration and Social Reproduction in the Mekong Region," by Bernadcttc P. Resurrection; "Circulation, Encounters and Transformation: Indonesian Female Migrants," by Amrih Widodo & Catharina P. Williams.

CENTAURUS: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND ITS CULTURAL ASPECTS v. 51, no. 1, February 2009: Workshop papers from a meeting of the Commission on Women in Science, Technology and Medicine of the International Union for History and Philosophy of Science/Division of History of Science and Technology IUHPS/DHST), Syros, Greece, July 2007: "Gender and Networking in Twentieth-Century Physical Sciences." Issue editors: Maria Rentetzi & Sally G.Kohlstedt. Publisher: Blackwell. ISSN: 0008-8994. Available online to licensed users via Wiley Interscience and EBSCOhost.

Partial contents: "On the Outskirts of Physics: Eva von Bahr as an Outsider Within in Early 20th-Century Swedish Experimental Physics," by Staffan Wennerholm; "Unstable Networks Among Women in Academe: "The Legal Case of Shyamala Rajender," by Sally G. Kohlstedt & Suzanne M. Fischer; "Gender, Science and Politics: Queen Frederika and Nuclear Research in Post-War Greece," by Maria Rentetzi.

CLUES: A JOURNAL OF DETECTION v. 27, no. 1, 2009: Theme issue: "The Girl Sleuth." Issue ed.: Leona W Fisher. Publisher: McFarland (http://www.mcfarlandpub.com/clues.html). ISSN: 0742-4248.

Partial contents:'"The Accidental Sleuth: Investigating Mysteries and Class in Three Series for Girls," by Ramona Caponegro; "'Use Your Head, Judy Girl': Relationships, Writing, and an Ethic of Care in the Judy Bolton Mysteries," by Mary Jeanette Moran; "Configuring Identity and Flights of Fancy in the Vicki Barr, Flight Stewardess Series," by Michael G. Cornelius; "Trixie Belden, Edgar Allan Poe, and the Secret of the Secret in Girl-Sleuth Literature," by Steven J. Zani; "The Legacy of George and Bess: Sidekicks as Normalizing Agents for the Girl Sleuth," by Julie D. O'Reilly; '"You Get Tough. You Get Even': Rape, Anger, Cynicism, and the Vigilante Girl Detective in Veronica Mars" by Alainc Martaus.

DIGITAL CREATIVITY v. 20, no. 4, 2009: Special issue: "Women in Games." Issue editor: Emma Westecott. Publisher: Intellect Books. ISSN: 1462-6268. Available online to licensed users via EBSCOhost.

Contents: "Growing Up with Games," by Emma Westecott; "Female Players from Margin to Centre: Female Sociality, Digital Consumer Citizenship and Reterritorialisations," by Laura Fantone; "'The Street Smarts of a Cartoon Princess': New Roles for Women in Games," by Esther Mac-Callum-Stewart; "Cheerleaders/Booth Babes/Halo Hoes: Pro-Gaming, Gender and Jobs for the Boys," by Nicholas Taylor, Jen Jenson, & Suzanne de Castell; "Taking a Chance on Losing Yourself in the Game," by Maureen Thomas; "Women Creating Machinima," by Jenifer Vandagriff & Michael Nitsche.

HARVARD REVIEW OF PSYCHIATRY v. 17, no. 2, April 2009: Special issue: "Women's Mental Health: New Research Findings." Issue editors: Hadine Joffe & Shelly F. Greenfield. Publisher: Taylor & Francis for Harvard College. ISSN: 1067-3229. Available online to licensed users via EBSCOhost.

Partial contents: "A Reproductive Subtype of Depression: Conceptualizing Models and Moving Toward Etiology," by Jennifer L. …

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