Resources for Gender and Women’s Studies: A Feminist Review

RESOURCES FOR GENDER AND WOMEN’S STUDIES: A FEMINIST REVIEW (ISSN 2576-0750) reviews the latest print, video, and digital resources for research and teaching in gender and women’s studies. Recent book reviews have explored such topics as rape culture, the meaning of consent in higher education, African American women’s heritage and migration, trans care, the origins of dangerous ideologies about the Black female body, and the cultural and moral morphology of abortion. New, gender-focused special issues of journals are also highlighted, as are other resources and tools for feminist scholarship.

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Students and faculty: Do you know how to find this journal on your campus? Your library might have a print subscription, and our content is also available in full text in Gender Studies Database, Gender Watch, Women’s Studies International, and Academic Search and indexed in many other Gale, EBSCO, and ProQuest products. Ask your librarian how to access Resources for Gender and Women’s Studies: A Feminist Review (RGWS).

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Interested in writing book or film reviews for RGWS? To be considered for an assignment, please send a brief (500 words max.) writing sample and statement of interest to You’ll want to read some published RGWS reviews first: see, for example, the ones featured under “Newest Items” in the menu to the right.