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This is a useful volume for understanding faculty research methodology and expectations and has been a significant contribution to the bibliography of research in women’s studies. It is recommended for any collections serving researchers in women’s studies. A related but older volume is Maggie Humm’s An Annotated Critical Bibliography of Feminist Criticism (G. K. Hall, 1987). 24. Mumford, Laura Stempel. Women’s Issues: An Annotated Bibliography. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 1989. 163p. (Magill Bibliographies).
New York: Foundation Center, 1991– . ISBN 0879543930. This publication is a spin-off from the Foundation Center’s database and does an excellent job of identifying funding sources, both nonprofit and corporate, in all fifty states. Brief entries include contact information, type of foundation, types of support, areas of interest, limitations, a summary of their financial data, and application information. A caveat is that the title may lead women to think that unlimited opportunities for individual grants exist in the source, but many sources fund “programs serving women or girls” (p.
68p. (Contemporary Social Issues). ISBN 0937855464pa. ———. Feminist Theory: A Bibliography. Santa Cruz, CA: Reference and Research Services, 1992. 76p. (Social Theory). ISBN 0937855553pa. (Note: 2nd edition published in 2000). Joan Nordquist, a virtual cottage industry of bibliographies, diligently compiles numerous useful titles in her series on contemporary social issues and theories. The titles listed here are those related to feminist theory and women’s movements. Most are less than 100 pages in length.