Special Issues of Periodicals

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Special Issues of Periodicals


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


AFRICAN AMERICAN REVIEW v. 43, no. 1, Spring 2009: Special section on Anna Julia Cooper, "seminal African American thinker and community advocate." Section editor: Shirley Moody-Turner. Publisher: Division on Black American Literature and Culture, Modern Language Association. ISSN: 1062-4783. Available online to licensed users through EbscoHost, Project Muse, ProQuest, and International Index to Black Periodicals.

Section contents: "Anna Julia Cooper: A Voice beyond the South," by Shirley Moody-Turner; "Black Feminist Studies: The Case of Anna Julia Cooper," by Beverly Guy-Sheftall; "Writing the Self into Being: Anna Julia Cooper's Textual Politics," by Vivian M. May; "Gendering Africana Studies: Insights from Anna Julia Cooper," by Shirley Moody-Turner & James Stewart; "'In Service for the Common Good': Anna Julia Cooper and Adult Education," by Karen A. Johnson; "A Voice beyond the South: Resituating the Locus of Cultural Representation in the Later Writings of Anna Julia Cooper," by Shirley Moody-Turner.

COMPARATIVE EUROPEAN POLITICS v. 7, no. 1, April 2009: Special issue: "Gender and Public Policy in Europe." Issue editors: Amy G. Mazur & Mark A. Pollack. Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan. ISSN: 1472-4790 (print); 1740-388X (online). Available online to licensed users through Palgrave Journals.

Partial contents: "Comparative Gender and Policy Projects in Europe: Current Trends in Theory, Method and Research," by Amy G. Mazur; "Caring Time Policies in Western Europe: Trends and Implications," by Kimberly J. Morgan; "The Challenges of Abortion and Assisted Reproductive Technologies Policies in Europe," by Isabelle Engeli; "Headscarf Regimes in Europe: Diversity Policies at the Intersection of Gender, Culture and Religion," by Birgit Sauer; "Substantive Representation of Women (and Improving It): What It Is and Should Be About?" by Karen Celis; "Main-streaming Gender in the European Union: Getting the Incentives Right," by Emilie M. Hafner-Burton & Mark A Pollack; "The European Union 2002 Directive on Sexual Harassment: A Feminist Success?" by Kathrin Zippel; "Enlarging the Club: When Do Candidate States Enforce Gender Equality Laws?" by Olga Avdeyeva.

CONTEMPORARY SOUTH ASIA v. 17, no. 1, 2009: Proceedings of 22nd annual conference of the British Association for South Asian Studies (March 2008): "Gender, Identity, Mobility." Issue editor: Clare Anderson. Publisher: Rout-ledge/Taylor & Francis. ISSN: 0958-4935 (print); 1469-364X (online).

Partial contents: "'I Am a Colored Woman': Kamaladevi Chattopadhyaya in the United States, 1939--1941," by Nico Slate; "Oral Histories of Ugandan Asians in Britain: Gendered Identities in the Diaspora," by Joanna Herbert; "The First South Asian East African Novel: Bahadur Tejani's Day After Tomorrow" by Stephanie Jones; "Punjabi Dalit Youth: Social Dynamics of Transitions in Identity," by Meena Dhanda; "How Women's Concerns Are Shaped in Community-Based Disaster Risk Management in Bangladesh," by Keiko Ikeda; "A House for a Daughter? Constraints and Opportunities in Post-Tsunami Eastern Sri Lanka," by Katharina Thurnheer.

CRIME & DELINQUENCY\.55, no. 2, April 2009: Special issue: "Gender Issues in Juvenile and Criminal Justice." Issue editors: Angela M. Wolf & Kimberly Kempf-Leonard. Publisher: Sage. ISSN: 1552-387X (online); 0011-1287 (print). Available online to licensed users through Sage Journals Online.

Partial contents: "Gender Differences in Delinquency and Juvenile Justice Processing: Evidence From National Data," by Paul E. Tracy, Kimberly Kempf-Leonard, & Stephanie Abramoske-James; "A Gender-Specific Pathway to Serious, Violent, and Chronic Offending? Exploring Howell's Risk Factors for Serious Delinquency," by Pernilla Johansson & Kimberly Kempf-Leonard; "Violent Girls or Relabeled Status Offenders? An Alternative Interpretation of the Data," by Barry C. Feld; "Determining What Works for Girls in the Juvenile Justice System: A Summary of Evaluation Evidence," by Margaret A. …

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