My contributor’s copy of the winter 2011 Feminist Collections has arrived in the mail. I’m quite pleased that its “Round-Up 4: FaceBook, Podcasts & Twitter in Women’s Studies” includes my short essay on using FaceBook in the women’s studies classroom. I really wanted a way to share the success of an assignment I’d developed and then Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women’s Studies Resources gave me a forum. If you teach or research in women’s studies it’s worth checking out this publication from the Women’s Studies Librarian’s Office at the University of Wisconsin, filled with book reviews and information about various women’s studies media.
Reproductive Rites is written by Sarah W. Whedon.
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