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Women in International Perspective: Selected Course Outlines. Iris Berger, Ed. 1995.

A collection of syllabi on a broad range of courses on women in international perspective, containing submissions from prominent historians, sociologists, political scientists, anthropologists, and specialists in women's studies and other interdisciplinary fields. Sections include global women's issues, politics and development, class, race and equality, and area studies. A valuable resource for those developing new courses or revising existing ones.

Gender in Global Perspective. First Year Conference Papers of the Ford Foundation sponsored project, Internationalizing Women's Studies: Cross-cultural Approaches to Gender Research and Teaching. IROW/CELAC. 1996.

Contributors include Rhoda Kadalie, Kornelia Merdjanska, Krassimira Daskalova, Nombulelo Siqwana-Ndulo, and Mary Garcia Castro. Sponsored by the Center for Latino, Latin American, and Caribbean Studies (CELAC), Institute for Research on Women (IROW), and the Center for the Arts and Humanities, with funding from the Ford Foundation.

Integrating Latin America and Caribbean Women into the Curriculum and Research. IROW/CELAC. Edna Acosta-Belen and Christine E. Bose, Eds. 1991.

A resource volume that includes essays on the status of women's research and scholarship across the disciplines, curriculum integration strategies, course syllabi, and other bibliographic resources. The list of essay contributors includes Edna Acosta-Belen, Yamila Aziza, Lynn Bolles, Norma S. Chinchilla, Elsa Chaney, Margarite Fernandez-Olmos, Gladys Jimenez-Munoz, Asuncion Lavrin, and Lynn Stephen.

Albany PR-Womenet Database. IROW/CELAC. Edna Acosta-Belen and Christine E. Bose, with Anne R. Roschelle. 1991.

An annotated interdisciplinary bibliography on Puerto Rican women; contains over 500 entries.

An Interdisciplinary Guide for Research and Curriculum on Puerto Rican Women. IROW/CELAC. Edna Acosta-Belen, Christine E. Bose, and Barbara R. Sjostrom. 1991.

A detailed set of suggestions for revising and developing courses and for formulating research projects.


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