Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women from the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Women in Print: Essays on the Print Culture of American Women From the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, edited by James P. Danky and Wayne A. Wiegand with a foreword by Elizabeth Long is now freely accessible in its entirety through the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries website at http://parallelpress.library.wisc.edu/books/print-culture/women-in-print.shtml.
The book is a publication collaboration among the University of Wisconsin Press, the Center for the History of Print Culture in America (based at UW-Madison), and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries Office of Scholarly Communication.
Contents include "Connecting Lives: Women and Reading, Then and Now," by Barbara Sicherman, "Power through Print: Lois Waisbrooker and Grassroots Feminism," by Joanne Passet, “ 'When Women Condemn the Whole Race' : Belle Case La Follette's Women's Column Attacks the Color Line," by Nancy Unger, A “Bouncing Babe,” a “Little Bastard”: Women, Print, and the Door-Kewaunee Regional Library, 1950—52, by Christine Pawley, and seven other essays.
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