I was reviewing a list of new book records added to the catalogue recently and came across this title: Women and capital punishment in the United States : an analytical history. It made me wonder: what kind of coverage do we have about women and capital punishment in Canada? So I thought I would check … Continue reading Canadian women and capital punishment
If you are taking the African Feminisms class, you may already know about the journal called JENdA: A Journal of Culture and African Women. If you have accessed it, you may have noticed that it is a part of a larger collection known as the Africa Knowledge Project. This collection contains six journals and four databases, … Continue reading Africa Knowledge Project
Coyote was invited to be a writer-in-residence in 2007-2008. I can testify to the gift of thought-provoking storytelling. On March 7 you can experience this too. We have quite a few of Coyote's works (not all but I am working on it!) if you want to be introduced or if you want to brush up. Or Arsenal Pulp … Continue reading Ivan E. Coyote is speaking here in March!
I have started to follow a blog entitled Magazines for Libraries Update at Proquest. You know Proquest: they support regular go-to databases for Women's and Gender Studies topics such as Sociological Abstracts, Dissertations and Theses Global, PAIS International and CBCA Complete. In this particular blog entry, the open-access journal Nineteenth Century Gender Studies is discussed. If you … Continue reading Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies