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A TO Z OF AMERICAN WOMEN IN PERFORMING ARTS: A BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY. Sonneborn, Liz. Facts on File, 2002.

AMERICAN WOMEN PHARMACISTS: CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PROFESSION. Henderson, Metta Lou. Haworth, 2002.

AT HOME ON THIS EARTH: TWO CENTURIES OF U.S. WOMEN'S NATURE WRITING. Anderson, Lorraine and Edwards, Thomas S., eds. University Press of New England, 2002.

BETHLEHEM ROAD. Crowe, Nancy. Odd Girls, 2002.

THE BIG BOOK OF MISUNDERSTANDING: A NOVEL. Gladstone, Jim. Harrington Park, 2002.

BRITISH WOMEN MYSTERY WRITERS: AUTHORS OF DETECTIVE FICTION WITH FEMALE SLEUTHS. Hadley, Mary. McFarland & Company, Inc., 2002.

CATHOLIC WOMEN WRITERS: A BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOURCEBOOK Reichardt, Mary R, ed. Greenwood, 2001.

THE CORSET: A CULTURAL HISTORY. Steele, Valerie. Yale University Press, 2001.

DINAH'S DAUGHTERS. Zlotnick, Helena. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002.

DIRECTORY OF WOMEN'S MEDIA. Allen, Martha Leslie and others, eds. Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press, 2002.

THE DOOR IN THE DREAM: CONVERSATIONS WITH EMINENT WOMEN. Wasserman, Elga. Joseph Henry, 2000.

EIGHTY YEARS AND MORE: REMINISCENCES, 1815-1897. Stanton, Elizabeth Cady. Humanity Books, 2002.

ENCOMPASSING GENDER INTEGRATING INTERNATIONAL STUDIES AND WOMEN'S STUDIES. Lay, Mary M. and others, eds. Feminist Press at CUNY, 2002.

FAITH CURES AND ANSWERS TO PRAYER. Mix, Mrs. Edward. intro, by Rosemary D. Gooden. Syracuse University Press, 2002.

FEMINIST SCIENCE STUDIES: A NEW GENERATION. Mayberry, Maralee and others, eds. Routledge, 2001.

FICTIONS OF U.S. HISTORY: A THEORY AND FOUR ILLUSTRATIONS. Keller, Frances Richardson. Indiana University Press, 2002.

THE GENDER AND SCIENCE READER Lederman, Muriel and Bartsch, Ingrid, eds. Routledge, 2001.

GENDER, LAW, AND RESISTANCE IN INDIA. Moore, Erin P. The University of Arizona Press, 1998.

HOMOSEXUALITY IN FRENCH HISTORY AND CULTURE. Sibalis, Michael and Merrick, Jeffrey, eds. Harrington Park Press, 2001.

IN THE VORTEX OF THE CYCLONE: SELECTED POEMS BY EXCILIA SALDANA. Gonzalez Mandri, Flora and Rosenmeier, Rosamond, eds. University Press of Florida, 2002 (bilingual edition).

THE INTERNET (II): PSYCHOLOGICAL, SECURITY, RACE, CLASS, AND GENDER ISSUES. …

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