The MINERVA Center


The MINERVA Center, Inc., is a non-profit educational foundation devoted to promoting the study of women and the military and women in war. Since 1983, the Center has pursued its mission through print publication. We have two quarterly periodicals: MINERVA: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military which carries major articles by historians, sociologists, political scientists and other scholars as well as contributions from independent researchers, oral histories, bibliographies, and occassionally short stories and poetry. The second publication is Minerva's Bulletin Board, an international news magazine on women and the military which carries brief news items from around the world as well as a column of Letters to MINERVA and a regular column contributed by WANDAS.

The MINERVA Center also publishes books. The first book published was a science fiction novel by Linda Grant De Pauw, Baptism of Fire, published in 1993. In 1994 we published Lauren Cook Burgess, ed., An Uncommon Soldier: The Civil War Letters of Sarah Rosetta Wakeman, alias Private Lyons Wakeman, 153rd Regiment, New York State Volunteers In 1995 we published C. Kay Larson, 'Til We Come Marching Home: A Brief History of American Women in World War II.

For information about subscribing to our periodicals or purchasing our books, please send e-mail to Debra E. Morgenstern, mouseminer@aol.com or fax 914-693-2834. Our books are also available for purchase on line through http://www.amazon.com.

PRICE LIST 1997:
MINERVA CENTER PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

Shipping $3.00 for first book; $1.50 for each additional book Maryland residents please add 5% sales tax

PERIODICALS

Individual subscribers may order both Minerva Center publications for the reduced rate of $60.

Subscribers ordering multiple copies of MINERVA Center publications, all to be shipped to the same address, may take discounts as follows:

2-4 20% discount
5-99 40% discount
100 and over 50% discount

As a non-profit educational foundation, The MINERVA Center depends on sales of our publications and on tax-deductible contributions to support our work which includes moderating the H-MINERVA discussion list and replying to e-mail and phone inquiries. Mail orders for books and periodicals and contributions to the Center should be addressed to:

The MINERVA Center, Inc.
20 Granada Road
Pasadena, MD 21122

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