April 30

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  • He s a Stud She s a Slut and 49 Other Double Standards Every Woman Should KnowHe’s a Stud, She’s a Slut, and 49 Other Double Standards Every Woman Should Know
    Jessica Valenti

    With sass, humor, and in-your-face facts, this book informs and equips women with the tools they need to combat sexist comments, topple ridiculous stereotypes (girls aren't good at math?), and end the promotion of lame double standards.

  • Gyn ecologyGyn/ecology
    Mary Daly

    "In this deeply original, provocative book, outrage, hilarity, grief, profanity, lyricism and moral daring join in bursting the accustomed bounds even of feminist discourse." —The New York Times Book Review

  • From Where We StandFrom Where We Stand
    Cynthia Cockburn

    This original study examines women's activism against war in areas as far apart as Sierra Leone, India, Colombia and Palestine.

  • Andamios para una nueva ciudadAndamios para una nueva ciudad
    Teresa del Valle

    La publicación de este libro supone un cierre temporal al interés de la autora por el tema del espacio que abarca dos décadas e itinerarios a un lado y otro del océano.

  • NymphomaniaNymphomania
    Carol Groneman

    "A knowledgeable, tightly constructed piece of scholarship."–Washington Post Book World

  • Women in MotionWomen in Motion
    Nana Oishi

    Based on fieldwork in ten Asian countries, this book examines cross-national patterns and the impact of globalization, state policies, individual autonomy, and social factors on various women's international migration.

  • Gender and Identity in Central and Eastern EuropeGender and Identity in Central and Eastern Europe
    Chris Corrin

    This collection highlights changes in Central and Eastern Europe since 1989 from the perspectives of gender and identity.

  • Conflicts in FeminismConflicts in Feminism
    Marianne Hirsch

    A selection of essays which proposes strategies for practising conflict in feminism and explores the most critically divisive issues in feminism today.

  • Imagine There s No WomanImagine There’s No Woman
    Joan Copjec

    A psychoanalytic and philosophical exploration of sublimation as a key term in Jacques Lacan's theories of ethics and feminine sexuality.

  • Battered Women and Feminist LawmakingBattered Women and Feminist Lawmaking
    Elizabeth M. Schneider




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