The paradox of diversity - The construction of a multicultural canada and ''women of color''1
Gender justice and reconciliation
I'd rather be rude than ruled - Gender, place and communal politics among south asian communities in dar es salaam
Sitting on the fence - Biology, feminism and gender-bending environments
Lesbians' contribution to the autonomous women's movement in (West-) Germany, exemplified by a state capital city
Vive la difference - The gendering of occupational structures in a case study of irish and french retailing
Making friends? contemporary women poets' difficulties with friendship*
Hearing midlife voices - Assessing different methods for researching women's experiences of menopause and midlife
Neither Separate Nor Equal: Women, Race, and Class in the South, - edited by Barbara Ellen Smith, 232 pages. Temple University Press, Philadelphia, 1999. US $19.95 paper.
To Have And To Hit: Cultural Perspectives On Wife Beating, - 2nd edition, by Dorothy Ayers Counts, Judith K. Brown, and Jacquelyn C. Campbell, 315 pages. University of Illinois Press, Chicago, 1999. US $42.50 cloth, US $18.95 paper.
The Politics of Duplicity. Controlling Reproduction in Ceausescu's Romania, - by Gail Kligman, 358 pages. University of California Press, Berkeley, 1998. US $50.00 cloth, US $19.95 paper.
Speaking of Abortion: Television and Authority in the Lives of Women, - by Andrea L. Press and Elizabeth R. Cole, 223 pages. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, 1999. US $25.00 cloth.
Fear as a Way of Life: Mayan Widows in Rural Guatemala, - by Linda Green, 229 pages. Columbia University Press, New York, 1999. US $49.50 cloth, US $17.50 paper.
Why Feminism? Gender, Psychology, Politics, - by Lynne Segal, 286 pages. Columbia University Press, New York and Chichester, West Sussex, U.K., 1999. US $45.00 cloth, US $16.95 paper.