Russian Women's Studies: Essays on Sexism in Soviet Culture

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THE ATHENE SERIES
An International Collection of Feminist BooksGeneral Editors: Gloria Bowles, Renate Klein and Janice RaymondConsulting Editor: Dale Spender
MEN'S STUDIES MODIFIED The Impact of Feminism on the Academic Disciplines
Dale Spender, editor
WOMAN'S NATURE Rationalizations of Inequality
Marian Lowe and Ruth Hubbard
MACHINA EX DEA Feminist Perspectives on Technology
Joan Rothschild, editor
SCIENCE AND GENDER A Critique of Biology and Its Theories on Women
Ruth Bleier
WOMAN IN THE MUSLIM UNCONSCIOUS
Fatna A. Sabbah
MEN'S IDEAS/WOMEN'S REALITIES
Louise Michele Newman, editor
BLACK FEMINIST CRITICISM Perspectives on Black Women Writers
Barbara Christian
THE SISTER BOND A Feminist View of a Timeless Connection
Toni A. J. McNaron, editor
EDUCATING FOR PEACE A Feminist Perspective
Birgit Brock-Utne
STOPPING RAPE Successful Survival Strategies
Pauline B. Bart and Patricia H. O'Brien
TEACHING SCIENCE AND HEALTH FROM A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE
A Practical Guide
Sue V. Rosser
FEMINIST APPROACHES TO SCIENCE
Ruth Bleier, editor
INSPIRING WOMEN Reimagining the Muse
Mary K. DeShazer
MADE TO ORDER The Myth of Reproductive and Genetic Progress
Patricia Spallone and Deborah L. Steinberg, editors
TEACHING TECHNOLOGY FROM A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE A Practical Guide
Joan Rothschild
FEMINISM WITHIN THE SCIENCE AND HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS Overcoming
Resistance

Sue V. Rosser, editor
TAKING OUR TIME Feminist Perspectives on Temporality
Frieda J. Forman, editor
RUSSIAN WOMEN'S STUDIES Essays on Sexism in Soviet Culture
Tatyana Mamonova

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