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Introduction - Gender and resource crisis in the north atlantic fisheries
Davis, D.; Gerrard, S.
In the eye of the storm - Research, activism and teaching within the newfoundland fishery crisis
The gender dimension of local festivals - The fishery crisis and women's and men's political actions in north norwegian communities
Women coping with change in an icelandic fishing community - A case study
'Getting by' in tough times - Coping with the fisheries crisis
Wife the deckhand, husband the skipper - Authority and dignity among fishing couples
Gendered cultures of conflict and discontent - Living 'the crisis' in a newfoundland community
Recycling the past - Perspectives on women, households and resource management among early 20TH century fisher/farmers in north norway
Granny baited the lines - Perpetual crisis and the changing role of women in scottish fishing communities
Fighting Words: Black Women and the Search for Justice, - by Patricia Hill Collins, 308 pages. Minneapolis, Minnesota, University of Minnesota Press, 1998, US $18.95 paper.
Gender and Catastrophe, - edited by Ronit Lentin, 282 pages. Zed Books, London and New York, 1998. $US 22.50 paper.
Organising Feminisms: The Micropolitics of the Academy, - by Louise Morley, viii 1 215 pages. Macmillan Press, Basingstoke and London, 1999, £17.99 paper.
The Diary of Elizabeth Richards, 1798-1825: From the Wexford Rebellion to Family Life in the Netherlands, - by Elizabeth Richards, edited by Marie de Jong-Ijsselstein, 171 pages. Hilversum Verloren, Hilversum, 1999. paper.
Women's Work: the Story of the Northern Ireland Women's Coalition, - by Kate Fearon, 184 pages. The Blackstaff Press, Belfast, 1999. £11.99 paper.
Pelan, R.; Department, E.
Mother time: Women, aging, and ethics, - edited by Margaret Urban Walker, 301 pages. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc., 1999. $US 26.95 cloth.
Women's Roles in Ancient Civilizations: A Reference Guide, - edited by Bella Vivante, 389 pages, Greenwood Press, New York, 1999. US $59.95 cloth.