Publication of Volume 4 of UCG Womens Studies Centre Review

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The Womens Studies Centre at University College Galway, Ireland announces the publication of Volume 4 of the UCG Womens Studies Centre Review, which was the first Irish womens studies journal. While the papers presented in this volume have originated in several different countries and explore themes of international relevance there is also a strong Irish focus.

UCG Womens Studies Centre Review, Volume 4.

Edited by Alan Hayes, Ann Lyons, Aine Ni Leime, Lorna Shaughnessy

Defining the Political Networks of womens groups and politics in Ireland: What (some) women think. Eilis Ward and Orla ODonovan

Redefining Boundaries: Feminism, Women and Nationalism in Ireland. Jane Tynan

In Defence of Ulster and the Empire: The Ulster Womens Unionist Council, 1911-1940. Diane Urquhart

Perspectives on Citizenship Women and Citizenship: Towards a comparative analysis. Sylvia Walby

Women and employment - Norway and the Republic of Ireland. Mary Quinn

Family, Work and Community - Rural Womens Lives: Rural Womens Research Project, Summary Report. Mary Owens and Anne Byrne

The Prostitution of Sexuality: A Cause for New International Human Rights. Kathleen Barry

Domestic Violence: The Galway Perspective. Claire Mc Donagh

Beijing and After: Obstacles to Peace and Human Security in Ireland. Caitriona Ruane

Experiences of Beijing. Noirin Clancy

Making their Voices Heard - Traveller Women and Beijing. Rachel Doyle

Different Voices: Women, Stories and Feminist Moral Psychology: Listening to the Voices of Experience. Stephen Mannix

Down to Earth Meeting the Dancer Within: Womens Studies in Movement. Berni Divilly

See Here, She Said. Kate Wolf

Book Reviews

This volume is available from the Womens Studies Centre, University College, Galway, Ireland. Phone +353 91 750455, Fax +353 91 750549, Email wsc@ucg.ie It costs IR8 pounds and please add IR1.50 for postage.


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