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Feminist Studies Journal (Vol. 7, No. 1): Moses, Claire G.

Moses, Claire G. (Ed)

Published by University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland (1981)

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Item Description: University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, 1981. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Spring 1981 issue of this tri-annual journal published by the Women's Studies Program of the University of Maryland, College Park. This issue offers essays, poems, international reports, & art focusing on women's roles in matters of war & peace, & the "problematic notion" of female role models. Soft-cover journal is VG: clean, binding tight; white pages with tanning to exterior page edges. Yellowing & light soiling to both covers. NO writing, highlighting or underlining. NOT ex-lib. FREE upgrade to First Class shipping from standard! Please see our photos! Description copyright Gargoyle Books 2015. All orders processed by 2 pm (Noon Saturdays) Pacific time ship that day, else next business day (except Sundays & holidays). Bookseller Inventory # 009214

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Ferrier, Carole (ed.)

Published by Arts Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (1996)

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Item Description: Arts Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 1996. Trade Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 164, (4) pp. Light rubbing to the corners of the covers. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Periodical. Bookseller Inventory # 008222

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RILEY,Glenda

Published by Harlan Davidson Pub 1986,2001, Wheeling,ILL (1986)

ISBN 10: 0882959573 ISBN 13: 9780882959573

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Item Description: Harlan Davidson Pub 1986,2001, Wheeling,ILL, 1986. Book Condition: VERY GOOD Condition. Woman cover art (illustrator). 3rd Ed. Biography 6x9" PAPERBACK 278+pg White titles on Blue spine strip. Bookseller Inventory # MAIN006105I

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Contention Journal

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Item Description: Punctum Books, United States, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 254 x 178 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest is a scientific journal which aims to offer a novel contribution to the study of social protest. The journal intends to advance knowledge about a comprehensive range of collective actions, social movements and other forms of political and social contention. Its main purposes are to offer a multidisciplinary forum to scholars from different fields and to bridge the gap between them, within and across the social sciences and humanities. Social protest emerges from a complexity of phenomena. Different research traditions have developed dissimilar, and sometimes divergent, sets of analytical tools through which to explore social actions, social movements, social protest and other forms of contention. These differences are often paralleled by a priori epistemological endeavours and ontological claims about the nature of the object of study, the relevance of its proprieties, and the appropriate level of analysis. This special issue of Contention on FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES refrains from presenting feminist protest, or the feminist movement, as one unified, cohesive entity. Rather, it seeks to offer up a variety of feminist approaches to different areas of activism, research, critical thinking, and knowledge production. We embrace feminisms in the plural, not as a move towards unmoored relativism, but as affirmation that problems-and solutions-are never monolithic. Neither Beyonce s feminism nor Bella Abzug s is the right one for every time and place, and only by embracing diversity within feminism can we hope to address the diverse types of gender-based oppression still present in the world. The authors in this volume have taken questions of gender very seriously, but have also committed to intersectional analysis: they have grounded their research practices and writing strategies in the specific contexts they examine, and situated themselves within that context. Their articles provide five concrete instances of engagement with feminist questions, in disciplines ranging from literary analysis to social sciences. Beyond emphasizing the need for a variety of strategies, the present collection of essays also exemplifies guidelines for action which can be built upon in the future. In other words, the scholarship presented here does not seek only to bring attention to different instances of gender inequality, but also to help us take the next step, by demonstrating individual approaches to tackling these complex problems. TABLE OF CONTENTS ARTICLES // Ana Figueiredo (Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences University of Coimbra) and Jorge Silva (SOCIUS/ ISEG, University of Lisbon), The abortion referendum in Portugal: The influence of psychosocial variables in the voting intentions and behaviour of Portuguese youth -- Ola Abdalkafor (English and Postcolonial Studies, University of Essex), Silence against Political Rape: Arab Women s Subalternity during Political Struggles -- Sophia Brown (School of English, University of Kent), Blogging the Resistance: Testimony and Solidarity in Egyptian Women s Blogs -- Sheila Malone (School of Theatre, Film and Television, University of California, Los Angeles), Androgynous Punk as Postfeminist Signifying Strategy of Transgression within Subcultures: Punk Aesthetic As Gender De[con]struction in the Trilogy Film Series The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and the Anime Series Kino s Journey -- Hollie MacKenzie (School of Politics and International Relations University of Kent ) and Iain MacKenzie (School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent), A Labial Art-Politics BOOK REVIEWS // Natalia S. Perez: Derek Ryan (2013), Virginia Woolf and the Materiality of Theory: Sex, Animal, Life Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press -- Barbara Franchi: Clare Johnson (2013), Femininity, Time and Feminist Art, Basingstoke New York, Palgrave Macmillan. Bookseller Inventory # APC9780692344880

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Contention Journal

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Item Description: Punctum Books, United States, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 254 x 178 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest is a scientific journal which aims to offer a novel contribution to the study of social protest. The journal intends to advance knowledge about a comprehensive range of collective actions, social movements and other forms of political and social contention. Its main purposes are to offer a multidisciplinary forum to scholars from different fields and to bridge the gap between them, within and across the social sciences and humanities. Social protest emerges from a complexity of phenomena. Different research traditions have developed dissimilar, and sometimes divergent, sets of analytical tools through which to explore social actions, social movements, social protest and other forms of contention. These differences are often paralleled by a priori epistemological endeavours and ontological claims about the nature of the object of study, the relevance of its proprieties, and the appropriate level of analysis. This special issue of Contention on FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES refrains from presenting feminist protest, or the feminist movement, as one unified, cohesive entity. Rather, it seeks to offer up a variety of feminist approaches to different areas of activism, research, critical thinking, and knowledge production. We embrace feminisms in the plural, not as a move towards unmoored relativism, but as affirmation that problems-and solutions-are never monolithic. Neither Beyonce s feminism nor Bella Abzug s is the right one for every time and place, and only by embracing diversity within feminism can we hope to address the diverse types of gender-based oppression still present in the world. The authors in this volume have taken questions of gender very seriously, but have also committed to intersectional analysis: they have grounded their research practices and writing strategies in the specific contexts they examine, and situated themselves within that context. Their articles provide five concrete instances of engagement with feminist questions, in disciplines ranging from literary analysis to social sciences. Beyond emphasizing the need for a variety of strategies, the present collection of essays also exemplifies guidelines for action which can be built upon in the future. In other words, the scholarship presented here does not seek only to bring attention to different instances of gender inequality, but also to help us take the next step, by demonstrating individual approaches to tackling these complex problems. TABLE OF CONTENTS ARTICLES // Ana Figueiredo (Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences University of Coimbra) and Jorge Silva (SOCIUS/ ISEG, University of Lisbon), The abortion referendum in Portugal: The influence of psychosocial variables in the voting intentions and behaviour of Portuguese youth -- Ola Abdalkafor (English and Postcolonial Studies, University of Essex), Silence against Political Rape: Arab Women s Subalternity during Political Struggles -- Sophia Brown (School of English, University of Kent), Blogging the Resistance: Testimony and Solidarity in Egyptian Women s Blogs -- Sheila Malone (School of Theatre, Film and Television, University of California, Los Angeles), Androgynous Punk as Postfeminist Signifying Strategy of Transgression within Subcultures: Punk Aesthetic As Gender De[con]struction in the Trilogy Film Series The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and the Anime Series Kino s Journey -- Hollie MacKenzie (School of Politics and International Relations University of Kent ) and Iain MacKenzie (School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent), A Labial Art-Politics BOOK REVIEWS // Natalia S. Perez: Derek Ryan (2013), Virginia Woolf and the Materiality of Theory: Sex, Animal, Life Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press -- Barbara Franchi: Clare Johnson (2013), Femininity, Time and Feminist Art, Basingstoke New York, Palgrave Macmillan. Bookseller Inventory # APC9780692344880

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Ray Songtree

Published by Kauai Transparency Initiative International, United States (2015)

ISBN 10: 1941293182 ISBN 13: 9781941293188

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Item Description: Kauai Transparency Initiative International, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. The Zen of Vol. 1 Gives a Budd ed.. 244 x 170 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Zen and the Art of De-programming: Letting go of Social Engineering is the Zen edition of Vol. 1 from the Lipstick and War Crimes Book Series by Ray Songtree, with an introduction that gives the Buddhist perspective. The author was friends with Kobun Chino Roshi, the sensei of Steve Jobs. Additionally, the introductions to the Christian and Indigenous editions are included. Vol 1. introduces us to the mind boggling reality of gender sculpting, using some of the female icons of the last 70 years. From Gloria Steinem to BeyoncE and Miley Cyrus, we discover who was behind the creation of our values and why. What we thought was creative talent ends up being an intentional program to shape our idea of normal. How do we de-program from this? The true history of Marilyn Monroe, Katherine Hepburn, Gloria Steinem, Madonna, Shirley McClain, Miley Cyrus, BeyoncE Knowles, Angelina Jolie, Hillary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Jane Fonda, Alice Walker and more, comes to light in this exposE on feminism and our scripted ideas of gender and blurred gender. Henry Kissinger, Barack Obama, and Warren Beatty come onstage to show us the male side of the program. We are all slowly waking up to the fact we have been socially engineered our entire lives. Men will learn just as much women from this fascinating but rather shocking history of who we think we are. Though we can grasp that history might have been distorted in schools, it is more difficult to imagine that our values have been programmed by an organized media and that celebrities are created for that purpose. We usually take our values for granted. Now you won t. Lipstick refers to exaggerated feminine energy, and war crimes refers to exaggerated male energy. Vol. 1 is replete with over 100 color images and 50 references for your wondering mind. It includes a 20 page photo essay that introduces the larger Series and a bio about the author. The celebrity exposEs, combined with the deep discussion of values, will interest readers or all ages. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781941293188

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Published by Sibyl-Child Press, Hyattsville MD (1981)

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Item Description: Sibyl-Child Press, Hyattsville MD, 1981. Paperback. Book Condition: Near Fine. Vol. IV, Issue II. Essays, fiction, poetry, and book reviews by and for women, including Joyce Kornblatt, Gabriele Glang, Joanna Griffin. 79 pages. Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 ". Bookseller Inventory # 34934

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Elizabeth Fisher, Editor

Published by Women's History Research center, Berkeley, CA (1970)

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Item Description: Women's History Research center, Berkeley, CA, 1970. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Feminist journal from the early 1970's showcasing fiction, drama, poetry, criticism, sculpture, art, etc. by women. This issue devoted to "The Woman as Artist", includes an article on Louise Nevelson, illustrated with an 8 page section of b/w photographs of her work. Measures 6" x 9" with 70 pages. Journal. Bookseller Inventory # E2162

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Elizabeth Fisher, Editor

Published by Women's History Research center, Berkeley, CA (1970)

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Item Description: Women's History Research center, Berkeley, CA, 1970. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Feminist journal from the early 1970's showcasing fiction, drama, poetry, criticism, sculpture, art, etc. by women. This issue devoted to "Free Women". Measures 6" x 9" with 72 pages. Journal. Bookseller Inventory # E2163

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Ray Songtree

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Item Description: Kauai Transparency Initiative International, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. The Zen of Vol. 1 Gives a Budd ed.. 244 x 170 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Zen and the Art of De-programming: Letting go of Social Engineering is the Zen edition of Vol. 1 from the Lipstick and War Crimes Book Series by Ray Songtree, with an introduction that gives the Buddhist perspective. The author was friends with Kobun Chino Roshi, the sensei of Steve Jobs. Additionally, the introductions to the Christian and Indigenous editions are included. Vol 1. introduces us to the mind boggling reality of gender sculpting, using some of the female icons of the last 70 years. From Gloria Steinem to BeyoncE and Miley Cyrus, we discover who was behind the creation of our values and why. What we thought was creative talent ends up being an intentional program to shape our idea of normal. How do we de-program from this? The true history of Marilyn Monroe, Katherine Hepburn, Gloria Steinem, Madonna, Shirley McClain, Miley Cyrus, BeyoncE Knowles, Angelina Jolie, Hillary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Jane Fonda, Alice Walker and more, comes to light in this exposE on feminism and our scripted ideas of gender and blurred gender. Henry Kissinger, Barack Obama, and Warren Beatty come onstage to show us the male side of the program. We are all slowly waking up to the fact we have been socially engineered our entire lives. Men will learn just as much women from this fascinating but rather shocking history of who we think we are. Though we can grasp that history might have been distorted in schools, it is more difficult to imagine that our values have been programmed by an organized media and that celebrities are created for that purpose. We usually take our values for granted. Now you won t. Lipstick refers to exaggerated feminine energy, and war crimes refers to exaggerated male energy. Vol. 1 is replete with over 100 color images and 50 references for your wondering mind. It includes a 20 page photo essay that introduces the larger Series and a bio about the author. The celebrity exposEs, combined with the deep discussion of values, will interest readers or all ages. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781941293188

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Mohit K Ray and Rama Kundu

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi (2005)

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Item Description: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface to volume two. 1. Life and art a comparative study of Christina Rossetti and Emily Dickinson/Partha Pratim Dasgupta. 2. Harper Lee's To Kill Mocking Bird A Portrayal of Human Values/T.M.J. Indra Mohan. 3. Look back in gender Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun/Anita Singh. 4. Poetry as a Therapeutic process Sylvia Plath and Kamala Das/Nandini Sahu. 5. Atwoods muse in the [grand]mother's mirror/Rama Kundu. 6. Kamala Markandya's Nectar in a sieve a reappraisal/Santwana Haldar. 7. Aesthetics of the dance of Shiva and imagery of Kamala Das/A.K. Awasthi. 8. Sahgal's female protagonists Storm in Chandigarh and The Day in Shadow/Beulah Ranjitsingh. 9. Man woman relation in the novels of Anita Desai/Ajay K. Ghosh. 10. When Dreams travel Writing back to the Arabian Nights/Mohua Ghosh. 11. Feminist interrogation of patriarchal text intertextual Echoes and and departures/Mohua Ghosh. 12. Bond without bondage Bharati Mukherjee and Jhumpa Lahiri/Jaydeep Sarangi. 13. The new woman in post independence novels an emerging image/Smriti Singh. 14. Polyphonic voices of Indian feminism/Shyam S. Agarwalla. 15. Feminism today perspective/T.M.J. Indra Mohan. English is being written and read today by more people outside England than inside. This applies no less to the women writers in English across the globe who have made their unmistakable mark in English literature[s] especially in the last century. The present volume the second in the new projected series of Atlantic publishers and distributors studies in women writers in English bears evidence to this phenomenon as the critics address women writers in English in various parts of the globe rather than concentrating on canonised mainstream authors and texts and thus mainstream writers figure only referentially in the margin of these critical texts as it were. Again understandably Indian writers take over a chunk of the space. However the essays included in this volume cover authors from America Canada and India and also some general theoretical discourse regarding feminism and marginal literature. The authors discussed in this volume are Christina Rossetti of England Emily Dickson Harper Lee Lorraine Hansberry and Sylvia Plath of America Margaret Atwood and Kamala Markandaya Kamala Das Nayantara Sahgal Anita Desai Githa Hariharan of India. Apart from this a wide spectrum of Indian writers have been referred to and treated in the general articles on feminist theory and practice especially in India today and yesterday. The sixteen essays of the volume will be found interesting as well as useful by students teachers and scholars and will also be enjoyed by the general readers. 192 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 54412

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Lawson, Tracy Lea, editor and publisher

Published by Tracy Lea Lawson, Santa Cruz (1996)

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Item Description: Tracy Lea Lawson, Santa Cruz, 1996. 32p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, art, ads, news, reviews, columns, very good on newsprint. Bookseller Inventory # 192612

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Heresies Collective

Published by Heresies Collective, New York (1981)

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Item Description: Heresies Collective, New York, 1981. 96p.,8.5x11 inches, illustrations, photos, commentary, news, ads, resources and services, very good paperback journal in pictorial yellow wraps. Bookseller Inventory # 205489

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Nemser, Cindy & Chuck, editors, Miriam Brumer, Susan Griffin, Lisa Kernan et al

Published by The Feminist Art Journal, Brooklyn (1974)

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Item Description: The Feminist Art Journal, Brooklyn, 1974. 28p., folded tabloid newspaper, illustrations, photos, editorials, articles, poetry, interviews, mild wear at spine folds, on newsprint. Bookseller Inventory # 207311

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Donnelly, Margarita et al, editors, Barbara Kingsolver, Marilyn Hacker, Mary Tallmountain, et al

Published by CALYX, Corvallis, OR (1982)

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Item Description: CALYX, Corvallis, OR, 1982. 112p., 7x8 inches, poetry, prose, art, photos, contributor bios, very good trade paperback woman's literary/arts journal, in pictorial wraps. Early appearance of Kingsolver, precedes her first novel by six years. Bookseller Inventory # 209200

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Donnelly, Margarita et al, editors, Melanie Braverman, Sharon Doubiago, Jana Harris, et al

Published by CALYX, Corvallis, OR (1985)

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Item Description: CALYX, Corvallis, OR, 1985. 112p., 7x8 inches, poetry, prose, art, photos, contributor bios, very good trade paperback woman's literary/arts journal, in pictorial wraps. Bookseller Inventory # 209201

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Piercy, Marge, Brown, Rita Mae, and Others

Published by 1970, n. p. (1970)

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Item Description: 1970, n. p., 1970. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. First edition. Signed by the Poet Marge Piercy by her article on page 3.Soft Cover. Good. Contains story by Marge Piercy, early poem by Rita Mae Brown, photos of eight sculptures by Louise Nevelson. Photo pages have some damp wavering. Dark blue wraps only slightly worn. Complete. 72 pages. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 7765

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Heresies Collective including Bonnie Greer, Jessica Hagedorn et al

Published by Heresies Collective, New York (1984)

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Item Description: Heresies Collective, New York, 1984. 96p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrated with photos from productions, very good magazine in perfectbound pictorial wraps. Includes a play by Hagedorn and a remembrance of Jane Chambers by her life-partner. Bookseller Inventory # 179219

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Published by The Other Woman, Toronto (1973)

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Item Description: The Other Woman, Toronto, 1973. 28p. folded tabloid newspaper, photos, art, poetry, news, opinion, ads, resources and services, worn and toned newsprint, good only. Bookseller Inventory # 198795

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Burris, Dorothy et al, editors, Susan Fromberg Schaeffer, et al

Published by Kalliope Writers' Collective, Florida Community College, Jacksonville (1986)

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Item Description: Kalliope Writers' Collective, Florida Community College, Jacksonville, 1986. 124p., poetry, prose, art & photography, mild wear and light stain on rear cover, paperback literary arts journal in white pictorial wraps. Bookseller Inventory # 208865

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Bissert, Ellen Marie, editor, Karen Swenson, Rita F. Dove, Karen McCann et al

Published by City University/13th Moon Writing Organization for Women, New York (1973)

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Item Description: City University/13th Moon Writing Organization for Women, New York, 1973. 64p., 6x9.25 inches, poetry, prose, fiction, art, very good literary journal in stapled green wraps. Bookseller Inventory # 209246

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Bissert, Ellen Marie, editor, June Jordan, Lyn Lifshin, Marge Piercy, Rochelle Owens, et al

Published by Artemis Press, New York (1974)

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Item Description: Artemis Press, New York, 1974. 64p., 6x9.25 inches, poetry, prose, fiction, art, very good literary journal in stapled tan pictorial wraps. Bookseller Inventory # 209247

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Gartland, Joan, Margaret Kaminski, janet lawless et al, editors

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Item Description: Detroit Council of the Arts, [Detroit], 1996. 81p., 8.5x11 inches, poetry, prose, art, photography, bios, very good magazine in stapled cream pictorial wraps. Bookseller Inventory # 210562

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Sandler, Irving, Guest Editor.

Published by College Art Association,, New York (1980)

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Item Description: College Art Association,, New York, 1980. Original Wraps. Book Condition: Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. p. 337-448. 63 ill. Contents: Title essay by Irving Sandler; "Revisionism Revisited" by Kirk Varnedoe; "Some Archeological Ideologies after the Fall" by Richard Plummer; "Sweeping Exchanges: The Contribution of Feminism to the Art of the 1970s" by Lucy Lippard; "The State of the Art: 1980" by Kim Levin; "Performance - Art for All?" by RoseLee Goldberg; "Pluralism in Art and in Art Criticism, a roundtable discussion; also: museum news and books in review. Bookseller Inventory # 012700

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McCallum, Pamela ; Radtke, Lorraine ( General Editors )

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Item Description: University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2002. Trade Paperback. Book Condition: New. Mackenzie, Landon (illustrator). First Edition. Articles by: Pamela McCallum & Lorraine Radtke, Jo-Ann Wallace, R.W. Connell, Sneja Gunew, Landon Mackenzie, Sue Campbell, Olivette Genest, Marie-Andree Bertrand, Constance Backhouse, Arun P. Mukherjee, and Meera Sethi. Plus: annual index and book reviews. Illustrated with colour plates of art by Mandon Mackenzie. 189 pages. Just a touch of shopwear, otherwise pristine. Bookseller Inventory # 034632

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Art Magazine - Loach, Roberta, Editor

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Item Description: Visual Dialog, Los Altos, 1977. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. First edition. Oblong quarto. Early issue of Roberta Loach's artist periodical. Includes dialogs with Sam Francis, Senator Alan Sieroty, Marcia S. Weisman and more. A very good copy in stapled stiff wrappers. Bookseller Inventory # 14122

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Heresies Collective

Published by Heresies Collective, New York (1982)

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Item Description: Heresies Collective, New York, 1982. 136p., 8.5x11 inches, illustrations, art, poetry, essays, bibliography, very good second revised edition of the feminist art magazine in pictorial wraps. Bookseller Inventory # 194295

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M. A. Annette Lyn Williams

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Item Description: iUniverse. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback. 444 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 6.0in. x 1.0in.Splendid, spiritual, and subversive, this anthology offers a sampler of just some of the feminisms emerging in academic seminars, street demonstrations for justice, and places where people are reclaiming their ancestral values. She Is Everywhere! Vol. 2 is comprised of international essays, poems, and works of art from the growing community of women and men who recognize Her and feel Her call to expression in many forms. This unique volume presents a fresh look at women in the Judeo-Christian Bible, in the Koran, and in the kaleidoscopic beauty of the worlds women from her signs in caves, cliffs, and forests to her many faces, manifestations, and hidden places. Celebrate womans spirituality, her colors, her islands and continents, her rages and blessings in weather, her silences, and her surprising epiphanies. She Is Everywhere! Vol. 2 leads the contemporary cultural and political nonviolent revolution for a radically democratic and harmonious world full of compassion, equality, and transformation! This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9780595466689

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N D R Chandra

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Item Description: Sarup, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Modern Indian writing in English an overview/D.S. Mishra. 2. Envisioning Tagore's renaissance a study in thought/Anupam Nagar. 3. Morning face a quest for new humanism in Anand/A.K. Pandey. 4. Rao and Ngugi narratives of resistance/Easterine Iralu. 5. Only the story matters a study of R.K. Narayan's parabolic narration in the guide/N. Sethuraman. 6. Character portrayal of R.K. Narayan and Geoffary Chaucer/D.S. Mishra. 7. Issues and themes in the later novels of Bhabani Bhattacharya/C.M. Mukherjee. 8. The trauma of partition in Azadi/Basavaraj Naikar. 9. The narrative pattern of Chaman Nahal and Khushwant Singh with special reference to Azadi and train to Pakistan/H.K. Verma. 10. Khuswant Singh's train to Pakistan and Bapsi Sidwa's the ice candy man a comparative study/Mallikarjun Patil. 11. The concept and conflict of tradition and transition in Arun Joshi's the foreigner/G.A. Ghanshyam and Usha Iyengar. 12. Arun Joshi's the last Labyrinth a journey from agnosticism to affirmation/G.A. Ghanshyam Vasumati Nadig. 13. Projecting the other U.R. Anantha Murthy's Sanskar/Guru Charan Behera. 14. Treatment of religion in the novels of Ruth Prawer Jhabvala/Kunjo Singh. 15. The poetics of feminism in Anita Desai's cry the peacock/N.D.R. Chandra. 16. Anita Desai's descriptive language a stylistic reading of cry the peacock/N. Seturaman. 17. A feminist perspective in Sahgal's storm in Chandigarh/K.S. Sumakiran. 18. Problematising feminine discourse a post feministic critique of Shashi Deshpande's the dark holds no terror/C.C. Mishra. 19. Shashi Deshpande's small remedies a reading in the light of Indian feminist theory/Darshana Trivedi. 20. Nissim Ezekiel's India/Ananya S. Guha. 21. P. Lal the man and the poet a reading of his early poetry/A.J. Sebastian. 22. Discourse of other in Kamala Das's an introduction/M. Mani Meitei. 23. The art of Jayanta Mahapatra/Nigamananda Das. 24. O.P. Bhatanagar a poet of caustic realism and oneiric vision/Kanwar Dinesh Singh. 25. Ecological insight in A.K. Ramanujan's second sight/P. Dhanavel. 26. Oddities in Arun Kolatkar/Stella Thangaraj. 27. Encounter with tradition and performance in the theatre of Girish Karnad/Savita Goel. This compendium of informed critical study covers almost all the major authors of Modern Indian Writing in English like Rabindra Nath Tagore Mulk Raj Anand Raja Rao R.K. Narayan Bhabani Bhattacharya Chaman Nahal Khushwant Singh Arun Joshi U.R. Anantha Murthy Ruth Prawer Jhabvala Anita Desai. Nayantara Sahgal Shashi Despande Nissim Ezekiel P. Lal Kamala Das Jayanta Mahapatra O.P. Bhatnagar A.K. Ramanujan Arun Kolatkar and Girish Karnad. The contributors include D.S. Mishra Anupam Nagar C.M. Mukhermjee Easterine Iralu Basavraj Naikar Mallikarjun Patil Darshana Trivedi Ananya S. Guha A.J. Sebastian Mani Methei. P. Dhanavel Savita Geok and others. This is the student oriented book which aims to serve the purpose of general reader as much as the teachers and scholars. The anthology is a companion volume. A sequel to my Contemporary Indian writing in English critical perceptions. 375 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 52677

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Edited by Mohit K Ray and Rama Kundu

Published by Atlantic (2007)

ISBN 10: 8126908165 ISBN 13: 9788126908165

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Item Description: Atlantic, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. The art of Jane Austen/Bhaskar Roy Barman. 2. Interrogating culture: sexuality, madness and Marxism in the London novels of Doris Lessing/Liza Das. 3. Toni Morrison's Sula as a feminist novel/Mallikarjun Patil. 4. Mini narratives: a reading of Margaret Atwood's "A Women's Issue" and "The animals in that country"/Raja Sekhar Patteti. 5. Limiting the body, embodying the limit: sexuality, homogeneity, and difference in the imagined communities of two Canadian women's novels/Pedro Carmona Rodriguez. 6. 'A Body of one's own': a study of violation of women's body in Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things/Jaydeep Rishi. 7. Feminism in Roy's The God of Small Things/R.S. Jain. 8. The nostalgic note in their flute: a reading of Arundhati Roy and Jhumpa Lahiri/Nandini Sahu. 9. The letter and the image: India in Jhumpa Lahiri's the Namesake/Manisha Sharma. 10. The theme of Indian marriages in Cauvery Madhavan's The Uncoupling/Shubha Tiwari. 11. Shades of life in Usha K.R.'s The Chosen/Shubha Tiwari. 12. Psychological exploration of women: the Indian literary context/R.K. Mishra. 13. Breaking of the silence: the novels of Shashi Deshpande/Urvashi Sinha and Gur Pyari Jandial. 14. Patterns of feminism and That Long Silence/Santwana Haldar. 15. Splintered self journeying toward integration: A Matter of Time/Asha Sharma. 16. Theme and structure in Shashi Deshpande's moving on/V.R. Badiger. "The new series--Studies in Women Writers in English-- is a grateful acknowledgement of the contribution and public recognition of the emerging voice of women in the arena of literature during the last few centuries, and especially in the latter half of the twentieth century. Women writers across the globe have made their distinctive mark, with their own perception of life--be it feminine, or feminist or female. The critique of work by women writers introduced in the present volume, the sixth in the series, bears evidence to the growing critical attention towards authors writing outside the mainstream, in America, Canada, and especially in India, who can be seen sharing similar awareness feelings regarding the woman's angst and aspirations. Since most of the authors discussed in these articles are prescribed in the English Syllabus in the Universities of India, both the teachers and the students will find them extremely useful, and the general readers who are interested in literature in English and/or women writers will also find them intellectually stimulating." (jacket). Bookseller Inventory # 64914

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