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Bitch magazine 2009 Winter
1 Bitch magazine 2009 Winter
B-Word Worldwide Winter 2009 issue No 42 magazine used 96 pages 
Features:
  • A I (Para)Normal? In Lois Duncan's novels, teens grapple with parents, boyfriends, and astral projection
  • The Brave Ones. Rape-revenge films have evolved since the days of exploitation films like I Spit on Your Grave - this new breed has Teeth.
  • Turning the Tables. The Hip Hop Wars author Tricia Rose discusses corporate music, hypermasculinity and scratching out misogyny.
  • My Dark Confession. Five comic artists reveal their secret loves, lives, and lust.
  • Body of Work. Five artists explore the dark side - using their bodies as canvas
  • Darkness Defined. A noir lexicon
  • It's Jane's House - We Just Live In it. Bronte, feminism, and the gothic tradition.

    Columns:

  • On Archetypes. The "women's pictures" of yesteryear may have put forward a nightmarish vision for career women - but are today's films any better?
  • On Abstinence. Stephanie Meyer;s vampire-infested Twilight series has created a new Ya genre: abstinence porn.

    Condition: Pages are crisp and clean. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 6.60 USD

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    Journal of Women's History 2004
    2 Journal of Women's History 2004
    John Hopkins University Press Spring 2004 Vol 16 No 1 softcover used 194 pages, 6 inches by 9 inches tall 
    Contents:
    Women's History in the New Millennium: Continuting the Conversation on "Compulsory Heterosexuality"
  • Adrienne Rich
    Reflections on "Compulsory Heterosexuality"

    Articles

  • Ruth Vanita
    "Married Among Their Companions": Female Homeoerotic Relations in Nineteenth-Century Urdu Rekhti Poetry in India
  • Geertje Mark
    Sandor/Sarolta Vay: From Passing Woman to Sexual Invert
  • Erica R Armstrong
    A Mental and Moral Feast: Reading, Writing, and Sentimentality in Black Philadelphia
  • Michelle Tusan
    Reforming Work: Gender, Class, and the Printing Trade in Victorian Britain
  • Iris Schroder and Anja Schuler
    "In Labor Alone is Happiness": Women's Work, Social Work, and Feminist Reform Endeavors in Wilhelmine Germany - A Transatlantic Perspective

    Condition: Book is in good condition, pages are clean. Binding is tight. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 8.25 USD

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    Reel Women, The World of Women Who Fish, Foggia, Lyla
    3 Foggia, Lyla Reel Women, The World of Women Who Fish
    Three Rivers Press 1995 0609800280 / 9780609800287 paperback used 294 pages 
    Inscribed and flat-signed by the author on the title page.

    From the cover: "For the 15 million women who fish each year, here is the first book ever to chronicle women's extraordinary legacy in the sport. Modern sportfishing began in 1496 with the definitive "Treatyse of Fysshynge wyth an Angle," attributed to English noblewoman and nun Dame Juliana Berners. During the five centuries since, women have made - and continue to make - fishing history.

    Reel Women tells the captivating stories of the daring and the ingenious who have made a lasting impact on sportfishing. More than a hundred profiles include such figures are tiny Mrs. Keith Spalding, who landed a 426-pound swordfish in 1921, plus the living legends of flyfishing, big-game saltwater fishing, and bass fishing: from Helen Robinson, who developed a groundbreaking technique for teasing billfish into striking an artificial fly, to Sugar Ferris, founder of the first bass-fishing circuit for women.

    Featuring a comprehensive women's angling resource directory and a bibliography of books by or for women anglers, Reel Women is a great catch for readers on the distaff side of the rod-and-reel world."

    Condition: Title page has authors inscription and signature. Pages have edge soil and corner wear. Cover has edge and corner wear. 
    Price: 7.15 USD

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    The Women's Movement in Latin America, Participation and Democracy, Jaquette, Jane S., edited by
    4 Jaquette, Jane S., edited by The Women's Movement in Latin America, Participation and Democracy
    Westview Press 1994 0813384885 / 9780813384887 softcover used 257 pages, 6 inches by 9 inches tall 
    Contents:
    Introduction: From Transition to Participation - Women's Movements and Democratic Politics
    The (Trans)formation of Feminism(s) and Gender Politics in Democratizing Brazil
    From Dictatorship to Democracy: The Women's Movement in Chile
    Women and Democracy in Argentina
    The Uses of Conservatism: Women's Democratic Politics in Uruguay
    The Difficult Equilibrium Between Bread and Roses: Women's Organizations and Democracy in Peru
    Feminism, Revolution and Democratic Transitions in Nicaragua
    Women's Movements, Feminism, and Mexican Politics
    Conclusion: Women's Political Participation and the Prospects for Democracy

    Condition: Margin notes, and underlining of text. Binding is tight. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, "used" stickers, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 8.25 USD

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    The Wounded Woman; Healing the Father-Daughter Relationship, Leonard, Linda Schierse
    5 Leonard, Linda Schierse The Wounded Woman; Healing the Father-Daughter Relationship
    Shambhala Publishing 1985 0394721837 / 9780394721835 softcover used 179 pages, 5 1/2 inches by 8 1/2 inches tall 
    from the cover: "This book is an invaluable key to self-understanding. Using examples from her own life and those of her clients, as well as from dreams, fairy tales, myths, films, and literature, Leonard, a Jungian analyst, exposes the wound of the spirit that both men and women of our culture bear - a wound that is grounded in a poor relationship between masculine and feminine principles.

    Leonard speculates that when a father is wounded in his own psychological development, he is not able to give his daughter the care and guidance she needs. Inheriting this wound, she may find her ability to express herself professionally, intellectually, sexually, and socially is impaired. On a broader scale, Leonard discusses how women compensate for cultural devaluation, resorting to passive submission, or a defensive imitation of the masculine.

    The Wounded Woman shows that by understanding the father-daughter wound and working to transform it psychologically, it is possible to achieve a fruitful, caring relationship between men and women, between fathers and daughters - a relationship that honors both the mutuality and the uniqueness of the sexes."

    Condition: Some pages have notes, marks and highlighting. Binding is tight. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 3.30 USD

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    Incidents Involving Mirth, Livia, Anna
    6 Livia, Anna Incidents Involving Mirth
    The Eighth Mountain Press 1990 0933377134 / 9780933377134 softcover used 190 pages, 5 1/2 inches by 8 1/2 inches tall 
    from the cover: "Incidents Involving Mirth marks the first American publication of British writer Anna Livia's remarkable fiction. This exciting new collection displays the author's full range and depth - there are contemporary lesbian stories, lyrical science fiction fantasies, suspenseful dramas, fables and tall tales. They all bear the Anna Livia trademark - a glittering grace of language, a playful wit, and an ever fresh grappling with such serious concerns as the nature of love and friendship between women and the commonplace and daily violence against women. Like the best of friends, they can as easily reduce you to helpless laughter as provoke you to furious debate."

    Condition: Pages are crisp and clean. Binding is tight. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    What This Awl Means: Feminist Archaeology at a Wahpeton Dakota Village, Spector, Janet D.
    7 Spector, Janet D. What This Awl Means: Feminist Archaeology at a Wahpeton Dakota Village
    Minnesota Historical Society Press 1993 0843512774 hardcover used 161 pages 
    Signed by the author on the title page.
    From Publishers Weekly: "Frustrated by traditional approaches to interpreting archeological remains, Spector, an anthropologist at the University of Minnesota, attempts a more culturally sensitive reading of a site in Minnesota occupied by the Wahpeton (a division of the Sioux) until the 1850s. Working closely with modern descendants of those earlier inhabitants, Spector examined various tasks of daily life to try to reconstruct gender roles in the culture. In this endeavor, the awl of the title, uncovered in the dig, becomes important both for what it is able to tell us about gender roles and as a metaphor for what Spector believes should be the methodology of anthropologists. The history and daily life of the Wahpetons is imaginatively reconstructed by the author from the bits and pieces discovered in the earth. She writes with an energy and enthusiasm that make interesting what could be academic and dull."

    Condition: Ex library with library markings. Pages are clean. Inside front cover has previous owners bookplate. Cover has bumped corners and soil. Printing on spine cover is faded. 
    Price: 13.20 USD

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