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A TO Z OF AMERICAN WOMEN BUSINESS LEADERS & ENTREPRENEURS. Sherrow, Victoria, Facts on File, 2002.

A TO Z OF AMERICAN WOMEN IN SPORTS. Edelson, Paula. Facts on File, 2002.

A TO Z OF WOMEN IN WORLD HISTORY. Kuhlman, Erika. Facts On File, 2002.

ALL THINGS ALTERED: WOMEN IN THE WAKE OF THE CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION. Culpepper, Mayrilyn M. McFarland & Company, 2002.

THE ART OF ACQUIRING: A PORTRAIT OF ETTA & CLARIBEL CONE. Gabriel, Mary. Bancroft, 2002.

BEHIND GLASS: A BIOGRAPHY OF DOROTHY TIFFANY BURLINGHAM. Burlingham, Michael John. Other Press, 2002.2nd ed.

A BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF WOMEN HEALERS: MIDWIVES, NURSES, AND PHYSICIANS. Scrivener, Laurie, and others. Oryx, 2002.

BORN TO BELONGING: WRITINGS ON SPIRIT AND JUSTICE. Segrest, Mab. Rutgers University Press, 2002.

BOSS LADIES, WATCH OUT! ESSAYS ON WOMEN, SEX AND WRITING. Castle, Terry. Routledge, 2002.

BUT ENOUGH ABOUT ME: WHY WE READ OTHER PEOPLE'S LIVES. Miller, Nancy K. Columbia University Press, 2002.

CHILDREN, HOME AND SCHOOL: REGULATION, AUTONOMY OR CONNECTION? Edwards, Rosalind, ed. Routledge, 2002.

A COMPANION TO AMERICAN WOMEN'S HISTORY. Hewitt, Nancy A., ed. Blackwell, 2002.

THE COMPLETE IDIOT'S GUIDE TO WOMEN'S HISTORY. Weiss, Sonia, with Lorna Biddle Rinear, M.A. Alpha Books, 2002.

A DONOR INSEMINATION GUIDE: WRITTEN BY AND FOR LESBIAN WOMEN. Mohler, Marie and Frazer, Lacy. Harrington Park Press, 2002.

EMMA: A PLAY IN TWO ACTS ABOUT EMMA GOLDMAN, AMERICAN ANARCHIST. Zinn, Howard. South End, 2002.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ABORTION IN THE UNITED STATES. Palmer, Louis J., ed. McFarland & Company, Inc., 2002.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WOMEN'S HEALTH ISSUES. Gay, Kathlyn. Greenwood, 2002.

ETEL ADNAN: CRITICAL ESSAYS ON THE ARAB-AMERICAN WRITER AND ARTIST. Majaj, Lisa Suhair and Amireh, Amal, eds. McFarland & Company, Inc., 2002.

FEMALE, JEWISH, EDUCATED: THE LIVES OF CENTRAL EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY WOMEN. Freidenreich, Harriet Pass. Indiana University Press, 2002.

FEMINIST ENGAGEMENTS: READING, RESISTING, AND REVISIONING MALE THEORISTS IN EDUCATION AND CULTURAL STUDIES. Weiler, Kathleen, ed. Routledge, 2001.

FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE: AN INTRODUCTION TO HER LIFE AND FAMILY. McDonald, Lynn, ed. Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2002.

FOR A "CHRISTIAN AMERICA": A HISTORY OF THE RELIGIOUS RIGHT. Brown, Ruth Murray. Prometheus, 2002.

GENDER: A SOCIOLOGICAL READER. Jackson, Stevi and Scott, Sue, eds. Routledge, 2002.

GENDER AND MODERN IRISH DRAMA. Harris, Susan Cannon. Indiana University Press, 2002.

GENDER AND PTSD. Kimerling. Rachel and others, eds. Guilford, 2002.

HISTORICAL AND MULTICULTURAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WOMEN'S REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS IN THE UNITED STATES. Baer, Judith A., ed. Greenwood, 2002.

IMMORTAL SUMMER: A VICTORIAN WOMAN'S TRAVELS IN THE SOUTHWEST. Cook, Mary J. Straw, ed. Museum of New Mexico, 2002.

ISABEL ALLENDE: LIFE AND SPIRITS. Zapara, Celia Correas, trans. by Margaret Sayers Peden. Arte Publico, 2002.

JAPANESE WOMEN FICTION WRITERS: THEIR CULTURE AND SOCIETY, 1890'S TO 1990'S: ENGLISH LANGUAGE SOURCES. Fairbanks, Carol. Scarecrow, 2002.

LEAVE THE DISHES IN THE SINK: ADVENTURES OF AN ACTIVIST IN CONSERVATIVE UTAH. Thorne, Alison Comish. Utah State University Press, 2002.

A LITTLE HISTORY OF MY FOREST LIFE: AN INDIAN-WHITE AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Morrison, Eliza. Ladyslipper, 2002.

LOVE'S LEARNING PLACE: TRUTH AS APHRODISIAC IN WOMEN'S LONG-TERM RELATIONSHIPS. Stendhal, Renate. Edge Work Books, 2002.

THE MAKING OF THE MODERN IRANIAN WOMAN: GENDER, STATE POLICY, AND POPULAR CULTURE, 1865-1946. Amin, Camron Michael. University Press of Florida, 2002.

MEDIA DEMOCRACY: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE. Beizer, Julia, et al., eds. Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press, 2002. …

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