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Table of contents pages from current issues of major feminist journals are reproduced in each issue of Feminist Periodicals, followed by a comprehensive annotated listing of all journals we have selected. As publication schedules vary enormously, not every periodical will have table of contents pages reproduced in each issue of FP. The annotated listing provides the following information on each journal:

  1. Year of first publication.
  2. Frequency of publication.
  3. Subscription prices (print only; for online prices, consult publisher).
  4. Current editor.
  5. Email address.
  6. International Standard Serial Number (ISSN).
  7. OCLC, Inc. Control Number.
  8. Selected publications in which the journal is indexed.
  9. Selected fulltext products in which publication appears or vendor intermediaries who make the full text available.
  10. Subject focus/statement of purpose of the journal.

Please note that in the actual text, only the numbers 1 to 10 are used to identify the different categories of information. 


AFFILIA: JOURNAL OF WOMEN AND SOCIAL WORK

1. 1986.
2. 4/year.
3. $141 (indiv. print only), $955 (inst. print only), $877 (inst. e-access), $974(inst. combined), $46 (indiv. single print issue), $263(inst. single print issue).
4. Yoosun Park, Stephanie Wahab, and Rupaleem Bhuyan
6. ISSN 0886-1099.
7. OCLC 12871850.
8. Criminal justice, family, social science, and women’s studies indexes. Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell Information and Learning, Ann Arbor, MI.
9. Chadwick PCI Full Text, Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), Highwire Press, InfroTrac (Gale Group), Ingenta, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Sage Publications, Swetswise.
10. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work is dedicated to the discussion and development of feminist values, theories, and knowledge as they relate to social work and social welfare research, education, and practice. The intent of Affilia is to bring insight and knowledge to the task of eliminating discrimination and oppression, especially with respect to gender, race, ethnicity, class, age, disability, and sexual and affectional preference.

AFRICAN JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
1. 1997.
2. 4/year.
3. Open Access.
4. Friday Okonofua.
5. editor@ajrh.info
6. ISSN 1118-4841.
7. OCLC 36782954.
8. African Books Publishing Records, Index Medicus/MEDLINE, Popline, Women’s Studies International.
9. Bioline Intl., INASP.
10. African Journal of Reproductive Health is a multidisciplinary and international journal that publishes original research, comprehensive review articles, short reports, and commentaries on reproductive health in Africa. The journal strives to provide a forum for African authors, as well as others working in Africa, to share findings on all aspects of reproductive health, and to disseminate innovative, relevant, and useful information on reproductive health throughout the continent.

ASIAN JOURNAL OF WOMEN’S STUDIES
1. 1995.
2. 4/year.
3. $98 (indiv. print only), $419 (inst. online only), $479 (inst. print & online)
4. Chang Pilwha.
6. ISSN 1225-9276.
7. OCLC 33094607.
8. Alternative Press Index; Current Contents: Social & Behavioral Sciences; IOWA Guide; Social Sciences Citation Index.
9. GenderWatch.
10. Asian Journal of Women's Studies is an interdisciplinary journal, publishing articles pertaining to women’s issues in Asia from a feminist perspective.

ASIAN WOMEN
1. 1995.
2. 4/year.
3. $80 (indiv.), $20 (indiv. single copy), $120 (inst.), $30 (inst. single copy).
4. So-Jin Park
7. OCLC 7673725, 36782501.
8. Alternative Press Index, Current Contents: Social and Behavioral Sciences, IOWA Guide, Social Sciences Citation Index.
9. GenderWatch.
10. Asian Women seeks to present various perspectives and raise important issues in women's studies and wishes to serve as a communication channel between researchers in Asia and in Western countries.

ASPASIA: THE INTERNATIONAL YEARBOOK OF CENTRAL, EASTERN, AND SOUTHEASTERN EUROPEAN WOMEN’S AND GENDER HISTORY
1. 2007.
2. 1/year.
3. $19.95/£13.95/€15.95 (student online only), $34.95/£22.95/€30.00(indiv. online only), $120.00/£78.00/€95.00 (inst. print & online), $108.00/£70.00/€86.00 (inst. online)
4. Raili Marling, Svetla Baloutzova, and Kriassimira Daskalova.
5. aspasia.yearbook@gmail.com
6. ISSN 1933-2882; E-ISSN 1933-2890.
7. OCLC 71270510
8. America: History and Life, British Humanities Index, Current Abstracts, GenderWatch, Historical Abstracts, Index Islamicus, International Bibliography of Book Reviews of Scholarly Literature on the Humanities and Social Sciences , International Bibliography of Periodical Literature, MLA International Bibliography, Sociological Abstracts, TOC Premier.
9. EBSCO (various products), Gale Group (various products), ProQuest (various products), Wilson (various products).
10. Aspasia is an international peer-reviewed yearbook that brings out the best scholarsip in the field of interdisciplinary women’s and gender history focused on—and produced in—Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe. This region includes such countries as Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, and Ukraine.

ATLANTIS: CRITICAL STUDIES IN GENDER, CULTURE, & SOCIAL JUSTICE
1. 1975; 2011 (electronic only).
2. 2/year.
3. Open Access.
4. In transition.
5. atlantis.journal@msvu.ca
6. ISSN 0702-7818.
7. OCLC 3409640.
9. Alternative press, Canadian, history, language/literary, multicultural, political science, and women’s studies indexes.
10. Atlantis is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to critical and creative writing in English or French on the topic of women. Contains scholarly articles, review essays, book reviews, art and poetry.

AUSTRALIAN FEMINIST STUDIES
1. 1985.
2. 4/year.
3. $1,112 (inst. online), $1271 (inst. print & online)
4. Lisa Adkins and Maryanne Dever.
5. afs@mq.edu.au
6. ISSN 0816-4649; E-ISSN 1465-3303.
7. OCLC 16151817.
8. Alternative press, Australian, gay/lesbian, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. EBSCO (various products), OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. Australian Feminist Studies publishes transdisciplinary scholarship and discussion in the fields of feminist research and women's studies courses.

BERKELEY JOURNAL OF GENDER, LAW & JUSTICE
1. 1986. Formerly titled Berkeley Women's Law Journal.
2. 2/year.
3. $60 (new subscription), $30 (student or recent alum).
4. Amy Egerton-Wiley and Francesca Schley.
5. bglj.submissions@gmail.com
6. ISSN 0882-4312.
7. OCLC 11830558.
8. Alternative Press Index, Annotated Guide to Women's Periodicals, Current Index to Legal Periodicals.
9. Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe.
10. Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice, a continuation of the Berkeley Women’s Law Journal, is guided by an editorial policy which distinguishes us from other law reviews and feminist journals. Their mandate is to publish research, analysis, narrative, theory, and commentary that address the lives and struggles of underrepresented women.

BITCH: FEMINIST RESPONSE TO POP CULTURE
1. 1996.
2. 4/year.
3. U.S.: $29.95; Canada: $39.95; elsewhere: $56.95.
4. Andi Zeisler.
5. info@b-word.org
6. ISSN 1524-5314.
7. OCLC 38398466.
8. Alternative Press Index.
9. GenderWatch.
10. Bitch offers feminist analysis of pop culture, the fomenting of activism among our readership, and the effecting of change in pop culture’s portrayals of women and feminism.

BUST: FOR WOMEN WITH SOMETHING TO GET OFF THEIR CHESTS
1. 1993.
2. 6/year.
3. U.S.: $24.95 (print and online); Canada: $34.95 (print and online); elsewhere: $44.95 (print and online), $14.94 (online only).
4. Debbie Stoller.
5. submissions@bust.com
6. ISSN 1089-4713.
7. OCLC 32952095.
10. Bust tells the truth about women’s lives and presents a female perspective on pop culture.

CALYX: A JOURNAL OF ART AND LITERATURE BY WOMEN
1. 1976.
2. 3/year.
3. $19.50 (low income), $23 (indiv.), $29 (inst.).
Canada/Mexico: add $15 postage; outside U.S./Canada/ Mexico: add $25 postage.
4. Brenna Crotty.
5. editor@calyxpress.org
6. ISSN 0147-1627.
7. OCLC 3114927.
8. American Humanities Index, The Annual Index to Poetry in Periodicals, The Index of American Periodical Verse.
10. Calyx publishes literature and art by women. It exists to nurture women's creativity through the wide promotion and publication of women's finest work.

CAMERA OBSCURA: FEMINISM, CULTURE, AND MEDIA STUDIES
1. 1976.
2. 3/year.
3. $20 (student), $30 (indiv.), $165 (inst.). Canada: add $11 postage; outside U.S./Canada: add $14 postage.
4. Lalitha Gopalan, Lynne Joyrich, Homay King, Bliss Cua Lim, Constance Penley, Tess Takahashi, Patricia White, and Sharon Willis.
5. cameraobscura@filmandmedia.ucsb.edu
6. ISSN 0270-5346 ; E-ISSN 1529-1510.
7. OCLC 4818143.
8. Alternative press, film, humanities, television, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, EBSCO (various products), GenderWatch, General Reference Center Gold (Gale Group), Ingenta, Lexis-Nexis Academic Selected Full Text, Swetswise.
10. Camera Obscura includes film theory and history; feminist theory; psychoanalytic theory; Marxist theory; photography; video and performance.

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF WOMEN AND THE LAW
1. 1985.
2. 2/year.
3. Canada: CN$30 (student/low income), CN$40 (indiv.), CN$100 (inst.); elsewhere: CN$52 (indiv.), CN$120 (inst.).
4. Natasha Bakht, Annie Rochette.
5. cjwl-rfd@uottawa.ca
6. ISSN 0832-8781; E-ISSN 1911-0235.
7. OCLC 13902155.
8. Canadian, legal, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Hein Online.
10. Canadian Journal of Women and The Law is the only Canadian legal periodical dedicated to providing in-depth, feminist analysis of legal issues of concern to women.

CANADIAN WOMAN STUDIES/LES CAHIERS DE LA FEMME
1. 1978.
2. 4/year.
3. CA $33 (indiv. online), CA $75 (inst. online).
4. Luciana Ricciutelli.
5. inanna.publications@inanna.ca
6. ISSN 0713-3235.
7. OCLC 9951504.
8. Canadian Periodical Index, Women’s Studies International, Women's Studies Index.
10. Canadian Woman Studies is a bilingual, interdisciplinary, feminist journal that brings exciting scholarship about women to non-scholars, broadcasts our diverse experiences and bridges the gap between Canada's languages and cultures.

COLUMBIA JOURNAL OF GENDER AND LAW
1. 1991.
2. Irregular.
3. $20 (student), $40 (indiv.), $50 (public interest org.), $65 (inst.). Outside U.S.: add $10 postage.
4. Madeline K. Hopper.
5. jrngen@law.columbia.edu
6. ISSN 1062-6220.
7. OCLC 24786087.
8. Wilson's Index to Legal Periodicals.
9. GenderWatch, Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe.
10. Columbia Journal of Gender and Law was founded to publish legal and interdisciplinary writings on feminism and gender issues and to expand feminist jurisprudence. Both national and international in focus, JGL is intended to serve as a forum for topics inadequately addressed in most law journals and reviews, including issues concerning women, children, family, sexuality, reproductive rights, and violence.

CONTEMPORARY WOMEN’S WRITING
1. 2007.
2. 3/year.
3. $128/€95/£64 (indiv. print only), $450/€337/£224 (inst. online only), $541/€406/£270 (inst. print only), $587/€440/£293 (inst. print and online).
4. Suzanne Keen and Kaye Mitchell.
5. cww.editorialoffice@oup.com
6. ISSN 1754-1476; E-ISSN 1754-1484.
7. OCLC 228439788.
8. MLA International Bibliography.
10. Contemporary Women’s Writing critically assesses writing by women authors who have published approximately from 1970 to the present. It welcomes theoretical, cultural, historical, geographical, formalist and political approaches.

CURVE: NORTH AMERICA’S BEST-SELLING LESBIAN MAGAZINE
1. 1990.
2. 8/year.
3. U.S.: 1 year print, $48; Canada: $51.95, International: $74.95; 1 year digital, $20
4. Merryn Johns.
5. editor@curvemag.com
6. ISSN 1087-867X.
10. Curve is North America’s best-selling lesbian magazine, providing lifestyle content relating to lesbians and bisexual women.

DIFFERENCES: A JOURNAL OF FEMINIST CULTURAL STUDIES
1. 1989.
2. 3/year.
3. $20 (student), $35 (indiv.), $172 (inst.). Canada: add $11 postage; outside U.S./Canada: add $14 postage.
4. Ellen Rooney and Elizabeth Weed.
5. differences@brown.edu
6. ISSN 1040-7391.
7. OCLC 18507940.
8. Sociological Abstracts, Studies on Women Abstracts; Women’s Studies International, Women's Studies Index.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), GenderWatch, General Reference Center Gold (Gale Group), Humanities Full Text (Wilson), InfoTrac (Gale Group), Ingenta, Lexis-Nexis Academic Selected Full Text, Literature Resource Center (Gale Group), Project MUSE, ProQuest, Swetswise.
10. Differences is affiliated with the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women, a nonprofit educational organization, at Brown University. The journal brings together cultural studies and feminism and aims to provide a forum for an examination of cultural politics and discursive practices informed by feminist criticism.

EARLY MODERN WOMEN: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL
1. 2005.
2. 1/year.
3. $25 (student); $40; outside U.S.; $45; inst. $40.
4. Bernadette Andrea, Julie Campbell, and Allyson Poska.
5. emwj@miami.edu
6. ISSN 1933-0065.
7. OCLC 71010502.
8. MLA International Bibliography, MLA Periodicals, ABELL, Thompson ISI, British Humanities Index, Iter.
10. Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal (EMWJ) is the only peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to the interdisciplinary and global study of women and gender during the years 1400 to 1700. Each issue of this annual journal reflects the energies of this rapidly growing field by publishing essays, art exhibition and book reviews, bibliographies, and a forum on a current topic of interest to the study of early modern women.

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S STUDIES
1. 1994.
2. 4/year.
3. $111/£60 (indiv.); $965/£522 (inst.).
4. Kathy Davis, Dubravka Zarkov.
5. journals@sagepub.com
6. ISSN 1350-5068; E-ISSN 1461-7420.
7. OCLC 30758367.
8. Current contents, humanities, political science, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. EBSCO (various products), Highwire Press, Ingenta, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. European Journal of Women's Studies is a major international forum for original scholarship at the cutting edge of Women’s Studies. The journal’s main focus is the complex theoretical and empirical relationship between women and the particular, and diverse, context of Europe.

FEMINISM & PSYCHOLOGY
1. 1991.
2. 4/year.
3. $111/£60 (indiv.), $1,026/£553 (inst.).
4. Catriona Macleod.
5. journals@sagepub.com
6. ISSN 0959-3535; E-ISSN 1461-7161.
7. OCLC 23367452.
8. Current contents, family, mental health, psychology, sexuality, and women’s studies indexes.
9. CSA Sage Psychology, EBSCO (various products), Highwire Press, Ingenta, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Sage Publications, Swetswise.
10. Feminism & Psychology aims to foster the development of feminist theory and practice in – and beyond – psychology, and to represent the concerns of women in a wide range of contexts across the academic-applied “divide.”

FEMINIST CRIMINOLOGY
1. 2006.
2. 4/year.
3. $176 (indiv. print only), $790 (inst. online only), $860 (inst. print only), $878 (inst. print and online).
4. Rosemary L. Barberet.
5. journals@sagepub.com
6. ISSN 1557-0851.
7. OCLC 61145011.
8. Criminal Justice Abstracts.
10. Feminist Criminology is dedicated to research related to women, girls and crime within the feminist critique of criminology and focuses on research theory that highlights the gendered nature of crime. Research that uses sex as a control variable often fails to illuminate the factors that predict female criminality.

FEMINIST ECONOMICS
1. 1995.
2. 4/year.
3. $615 (inst. online only), $703 (inst. print and online).
4. feministeconomics@rice.edu
5. Günseli Berik, Elissa Braunstein, Diana Strassmann.
6. ISSN 1354-5701.
7. OCLC 32729633.
8. Alternative press, current contents, humanities, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, MetaPress, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. Feminist Economics was founded to provide an open forum for dialogue and debate about feminist economic perspectives. By opening new areas of economic inquiry, welcoming diverse voices, and encouraging critical exchanges, the editors aim to enlarge and enrich the field of economic discourse.

FEMINIST FORMATIONS
1. 2010. Previously published as NWSA Journal established, 1988.
2. 3/year.
3. $40 (indiv.), $50 (indiv. online only), $190 (inst. print only), $32 (NWSA Member print only).
4. Rebecca Lambert.
5. jrnlcirc@press.jhu.edu
6. ISSN 2151-7363; E-ISSN 2151-7371.
7. OCLC 463430899.
8. Education, history, literary, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Chawick Literature Online, Contemporary Women’s Issues, Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various
products), GenderWatch, InfoTrac (Gale Group), OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Project MUSE, ProQuest (various products), Swetswise, Wilson (various products).
10. Feminist Formations publishes groundbreaking work by scholars, activists, and practitioners in feminist, gender, and sexuality studies. Its subject matter includes national as well as global and transnational feminist thought and practice, the cultural and social politics of genders and sexualities, historical and contemporary studies of gendered experience, agency, and activism, and other established and emerging lines of feminist inquiry.

FEMINIST MEDIA HISTORIES
1. 2015.
2. 4/year.
3. $63 (indiv. online only), $303 (inst. online only)
4. Shelley Stamp, Editor.
5. feministmediahistories@ucsc.edu
6. E-ISSN 2373-7492.
7. OCLC 882101993.
10. Feminist Media Histories is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research on radio, television, film, video, digital technologies, and other media across a range of historical periods and global contexts.

FEMINIST MEDIA STUDIES
1. 2001.
2. 4/year.
3. $239 (indiv. print only), $1,190 (inst. online only), $1,360 (inst. print only).
4. Cynthia Carter and Radha S. Hegde.
6. ISSN 1468-0777; E-ISSN 1471-5902.
7. OCLC 46802581.
8. International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, MLA International Bibliography, Sociological Abstracts.
9. EBSCO.
10. Feminist Media Studies provides a transdisciplinary, transnational forum for researchers pursuing feminist approaches to the field of media and communication studies, with attention to the historical, philosophical, cultural, social, political, and economic dimensions and analysis of sites including print and electronic media, film and the arts, and new media technologies. The journal invites contributions from feminist researchers working across a range of disciplines and conceptual perspectives.

FEMINIST REVIEW
1. 1979.
2. 3/year.
3. $87 (indiv.), $646 (inst).
4. Editorial Collective.
5. feminist-review@londonmet.ac.uk
6. ISSN 0141-7789; E-ISSN 1466-4380.
7. OCLC 6191763.
8. Alternative press, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Chadwyck PCI Full Text, Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, MetaPress, OCLC’s Electronic Collections Online (ECO), Palgrave Macmillan, ProQuest (various products), Swetswise.
10. Feminist Review is a major women's studies journal in Britain committed to publishing the best of contemporary feminist analysis and always informed by an awareness of changing political issues.

FEMINIST STUDIES
1. 1972.
2. 3/year.
3. $20 (student), $40 (indiv. print only), $350 (inst. print only); outside U.S.: $85 (indiv.), $370 (inst. print only), $370 (inst. print and online), $390 (OECD country print and online), $350 (inst. online only), $350 (OECD Country online only).
4. Ashwini Tambe.
5. info@feministstudies.org
6. ISSN 0046-3663.
7. OCLC 1632609.
8. Alternative press, book review, general, current contents, family, history, language, literary, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Chawick Literature Online, Chadwyck PCI Full Text, Contemporary Women’s Issues, EBSCO (various products), Factiva, Gale Group (various products), GenderWatch, ProQuest (various products), Social Sciences Sciences Full Text (Wilson), Swetswise. Wilson (various products).
10. Feminist Studies was founded to encourage analytic responses to feminist issues and to open new areas of research, criticism and speculation. The editors are committed to providing a forum for feminist analysis, debate, and exchange.

FEMINIST TEACHER
1. 1984.
2. 3/year.
3. $43 (indiv.), $95 (inst.). Outside U.S.: add $20 postage.
4. Gaile E. Cohee, Theresa D. Kemp, Monica Barron, Wendy Gunther-Canada, Heather Laine Talley, Sandra Runzo.
5. journals@uillinois.edu
6. ISSN 0882-4843.
7. OCLC 11660672.
8. AcadAlternative Press Index, Biography Index, Book Review Index, ERIC, Left Index, MLA International Bibliography, Sociological Abstracts, Women’s Studies International, Women's Studies Index.
9. Academic Search, Contemporary Women’s Issues, Education Fulltext, GenderWatch, ProQuest (various products).
10. Feminist Teacher provides discussions of such topics as multiculturalism, interdisciplinarity, and distance education within a feminist context. Feminist Teacher serves as a medium in which educators can describe strategies that have worked in their classrooms, institutions, or non-traditional settings; theorize about successes or failures; discuss the current place of feminist pedagogies and teachers in classrooms and institutions; and reveal the rich variety of feminist pedagogical approaches.

FEMINIST THEORY
1. 2000.
2. 3/year.
3. $87/£47 (indiv.), $670/£362 (inst.).
4. Katherine Cooper, Stacy Gillis, Sarah Kember, Carolyn Pedwell, Maria do Mar Pereira, Celia Roberts, Srila Roy, Jennifer Nash.
5. subscriptions@sagepub.co.uk
6. ISSN 1464-7001; E-ISSN 1741-2773.
7. OCLC 44511077.
8. Communications, family, gay & lesbian, political science, social science, and literary indexes.
9. EBSCO (various products), Highwire press, Ingenta,OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Sage Publications, Swetswise.
10. Feminist Theory is an international interdisciplinary journal which provides a forum for critical analysis and constructive debate within feminist theory.

FEMSPEC
1. 1998.
2. 2/year.
3. $75 (indiv.), $150 (inst.); outside U.S.: $85 (indiv.), $170 (inst.).
4. Batya Weinbaum.
5. http://www.femspec.org/subscribe.html
6. ISSN 1523-4002.
7. OCLC 40652224.
8. American Humanities Index, MLA Bibliography.
9. Genderwatch, Humanities Full Text, Science Fiction and Fantasy Research Database.
10. Femspec, a peer-reviewed journal, is interested in developing a community of like-minded people engaged in speculating, theorizing, creating and questioning gender across the boundaries, including issues of sexual orientation.

FILMS FOR THE FEMINIST CLASSROOM
1. 2009.
2. 2/year.
3. Open Access.
4. Agatha Beins.
10. Films for the Feminist Classroom (FFC), an open-access online journal, is a collaborative project of the Rutgers University Women’s and Gender Studies Department and the Rugers-based editorial offices of Signs: Journal of Women, Culture, and Society. FFC publishes film reviews that provide critical assessments of the value of the films as pedagogical tools in the feminist classroom.

FRONTIERS: A JOURNAL OF WOMEN STUDIES
1. 1975.
2. 3/year.
3. $39 (indiv.), $111 (inst.); outside U.S.: $57 (indiv.), $129 (inst.).
4. Kimberly Jew, Wanda Pillow, and Cindy Cruz.
5. frontiersjournal@utah.edu
6. ISSN 0160-9009.
7. OCLC 2586280.
8. Current contents, history, language/literature, family, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. EBSCO (various products), Gale Group (various products), GenderWatch, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Project MUSE, ProQuest (various products), Swetswise.
10. Frontiers is one of the oldest and most respected academic feminist journals in the United States. Frontiers began publication in 1975 at the University of Colorado, Boulder. The original Editorial Collective (the advisory board of the host institution) chose the title “Frontiers” to signal that the journal would push the boundaries of feminist scholarship within a national context.

 GENDER & DEVELOPMENT
1. 1993.
2. 3/year.
3. $160 (indiv. print and online), $472 (inst. print and online), $413 (inst. online only).
4. Caroline Sweetman.
5. lcooke@oxfam.org.uk
6. ISSN 1355-2074; E-ISSN 1364-9221.
7. OCLC 32372551.
8. International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, Women’s Studies International.
9. EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, MetaPress, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. Gender & Development offers a forum for development practitioners, students and all concerned with the theory and practice of gender-oriented development to exchange views, record experience, describe models of good practice and disseminate information about networks and resources.

GENDER & HISTORY
1. 1989.
2. 3/year.
3. Americas: $60 (indiv. print and online), $1,072 (inst. online only) $1,340 (inst. print and online), $1,072 (inst. print only), $343 (inst. online only), $429 (inst. print and online), $343 (inst. print only).
4. Sarah Chambers, Maud Bracke, Tracey Deutsch, Rosemary Elliot, Mary Jo Maynes, and Stuart Airlie.
5. arts-reviewsgandh@glasgow.ac.uk
6. ISSN 0953-5233; E-ISSN 1468-0424.
7. OCLC 19587394.
8. Women Studies Index, Women’s Studies International.
9. Blackwell/Synergy, EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. Gender and History is the only specialist journal for research and writing on historical questions about femininity and masculinity and relationships between women and men in the past. The journal covers all historical periods and a wide spectrum of societies.

GENDER AND LANGUAGE
1. 2007.
2. 3/year.
3. North America: $205 (inst.); elsewhere: £110 (inst.).
4. Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard, Tommaso M. Milani.
5. journals@equinoxpub.com
6. ISSN 1747-6321; E-ISSN 1747-633X.
7. OCLC 141197817.
8. Bibliography of Linguistic Literature, Educational Research Abstracts Online, Linguistics Abstracts, MLA Bibliography.
9. Equinox Publications.
10. Gender and Language is the journal of the International Gender and Language Association (IGALA). It is an international forum for research on and debates about feminist research on gender and language.

GENDER & SOCIETY
1. 1987.
2. 6/year.
3. $157 (indiv.), $837 (inst.).
4. Jo Reger.
5. GSbooks@brockport.edu
6. ISSN 0891-2432; E-ISSN 1552-3977.
7. OCLC 14687475.
8. African studies, current contents, criminal justice, education, family, health, history, Middle Eastern studies, psychology, social science, violence, and women’s studies indexes. Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell Information and Learning, Ann Arbor, MI.
9. CSA Sage Sociology, EBSCO (various products), Highwire Press, InfoTrac, (Gale Group), Ingenta, JSTOR, MAS FullTEXT, MasterFILE FullTEXT, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, ProQuest, Sage Publications, Social Sciences Index Full Text, Swetswise.
10. Gender & Society focuses on the social and structural study of gender as a basic principle of the social order and as a primary social category. Emphasizing theory and research from a micro- and macrostructural perspective, Gender & Society welcomes studies in sociology, social psychology, political science, history, economics, and anthropology that are framed by a social analysis and a feminist perspective.

GENDER IN MANAGEMENT: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
1. 1986. Formerly titled Women in Management Review.
2. 8/year.
3. Contact publisher for pricing information.
4. Dr. Adelina Broadbridge, Professor Sharon Mavin.
5. subscriptions@emeraldinsight.com
6. ISSN 1754-2413.
7. OCLC 35083706.
8. Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Management & Marketing, EBSCO (various products), Personnel Management Abstracts, Emerald Reviews, Helecon, Management Training & Development Alert, SCIMA, Studies on Women Abstracts, Top Management Abstracts.
9. EBSCO (various products), Emerald, Ingenta, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, ProQuest (various products), Swetswise.
10. Gender in Management: An International Journal (GM) aims to advance knowledge and practice in the area of gender in management and leadership by focusing upon empirical research, theoretical developments, practice and current issues in the international field.

 GENDER ISSUES
1. 1980. Formerly titled Feminist Issues.
2. 4/year.
3. $99 (indiv. online only), $515 (inst.) plus $40 postage.
4. Ashley Simons-Rudolph and Joseph Simons-Rudolph.
5. subscriptions@springer.com
6. ISSN 1098-092X; E-ISSN 1936-4717.
7. OCLC 6482659.
8. Alternative press, Islamics, and women’s studies indexes. Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell Information and Learning, Ann Arbor, MI.
9. Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), Factiva, InfoTrac (Gale Group).
10. Gender Issues offers a forum to open debate on feminism, women's issues, and women's lives throughout the world.

GENDER, PLACE AND CULTURE: A JOURNAL OF FEMINIST GEOGRAPHY
1. 1994.
2. 12/year.
3. $2,483 (inst. online only), $2,838 (inst. online and print).
4. Pamela Moss.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0966-369X; E-ISSN 1360-0524.
7. OCLC 29760407.
8. Alternative press, family, gay/lesbian, geographical, humanities, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, ProQuest (various products), Swetswise.
10. Gender, Place & Culture provides a forum for debate in human geography and related disciplines on theoretically-informed research concerned with gender issues. It also seeks to highlight the significance of such research for feminism and women’s studies.

GENDER, TECHNOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT
1. 1997.
2. 3/year.
3. $82/Rs 730/£44 (indiv.), $335/Rs 1,330/£181 (inst.); Bangladesh/Maldives/ Pakistan/Sri Lanka: $33 (indiv.), $60 (inst.).
4. Joy Clancy and Manraj Grewal Sharma.
5. subscriptions@sagepub.co.uk
6. ISSN 0971-8524; E-ISSN 0973-0656.
7. OCLC 39721161.
8. Worldwide Political Science Abstracts, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, Sociological Abstracts, Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts, Women’s Studies International.
10. Gender, Technology and Development serves as a forum for exploring the linkages between changing gender relations and technological development. This journal links the activities of men and women to institutions or governments on the basis of technology, social relations and management.

GENDER, WORK & ORGANIZATION
1. 1994.
2. 6/year.
3. U.S. $1,711 (inst. online only); $2,139 (inst. print and online), $1,711 (inst. print only) $79 (indiv. print and online)
4. Deborah Kerfoot, Ida Sabelis, Alison Pullen.
5. cs-journals@wiley.com
6. ISSN 0968-6673; E-ISSN 1468-0432.
7. OCLC 37447061.
8. ANBAR Electronic Intelligence, Asian Pacific Database, Geo Abstracts, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, Middle East Abstracts, Sociological Abstracts, South East Asian Abstracts.
9. EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. Gender, Work and Organization is the first journal to bring together a wide range of interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research in this field into a new international forum for debate and analysis.

GIRLHOOD STUDIES: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL
1. 2008.
2. 2/year.
3. $59.95 (indiv. print only), $310 (inst. print only).
4. Claudia Mitchell.
5. girlhood.studies@mcgill.ca
6. ISSN 1938-8209; E-ISSN 1938-8322.
7. OCLC 144561515.
8. IBZ, MLA Master List of Periodicals; MLA Directory of Periodicals; MLA International Bibliography.9. Ingenta, Social Sciences Full Text (Wilson).
10. Girlhood Studies is a peer-reviewed journal providing a forum for the critical discussion of girlhood from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, and for the dissemination of current research and reflections on girls’ lives to a broad, cross-disciplinary audience of scholars, researchers, practitioners in the fields of education, social service and health care and policy makers.

HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & GENDER
1. 1978. Formerly titled Harvard Women’s Law Journal.
2. 2/year.
3. U.S.: $42; elsewhere: $52.
4. Alexa Meera Singh and Nasheen Kalkat.
5. journals@law.harvard.edu
6. ISSN 0270-1456.
7. OCLC 3967304.
8. Alternative Press Index, Current Law Index, Index to Legal Periodicals, PAIS.
9. Hein Online, Lexis/Nexis/Academic Universe, Wilson (various products).
10. Harvard Journal of Law & Gender is devoted to the development of a feminist jurisprudence. The main purpose is to provide an in-depth exploration of the impact of the law on women and of women on the law. Political, economic, historical and sociological perspectives are combined with legal ones to present a realistic portrait of women's legal status.

HAWWA: JOURNAL OF WOMEN OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND THE ISLAMIC WORLD
1. 2003.
2. 3/year.
3. $127/€95 (indiv.), $380/€284 (inst.).
4. Rogaia Abusharaf and Randi Deguilhem.
5. brill@turpin-distribution.com
6. ISSN 1569-2078; E-ISSN 1569-2086.
7. OCLC 52498385.
8. MLA International Bibliography.
9. EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, Kluwer Academic, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. Hawwa publishes articles from all disciplinary and comparative perspectives that concern women and gender issues in the Middle East and the Islamic world. These include Muslim and non-Muslim communities within the greater Middle East, and Muslim and Middle-Eastern communities elsewhere in the world. The journal strives to include significant studies of theory and methodology as well as topical matter. The majority of Hawwa’s articles are in English. However, articles submitted in French are also considered.

HEALTH CARE FOR WOMEN INTERNATIONAL
1. 1979.
2. 12/year.
3. $422 (indiv. print only), $1,572 (inst. online only), $1,797 (inst. print and online).
4. Eleanor Krassen Covan.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0739-9332; E-ISSN 1096-4665.
7. OCLC 9837689.
8. Biological sciences, health, medical, nursing, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, MetaPress, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. Health Care For Women International provides an international, interdisciplinary approach to health care for women. The editors accept research reports and clinical and theoretical papers about a wide variety of women's health issues.

HECATE: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF WOMEN’S LIBERATION
1. 1975.
2. 2/year.
3. AU$35 (indiv.), AU$70 (NGO/impecunious inst.), AU$154 (inst.).
4. Carole Ferrier.
5. c.ferrier@uq.edu.au
6. ISSN 0311-4198.
7. OCLC 2530248.
8. Alternative Press Index, Women’s Studies International, Women's Studies Index.
9. Australian Public Affairs Full Text (Informit), Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), GenderWatch, InfoTrac (Gale Group), ProQuest (various products).
10. Hecate prints material relating to women. They are interested in contributions which employ a feminist, Marxist, or other radical methodology to focus on the position of women in relation to patriarchy and capitalism.

HERIZONS: WOMEN’S NEWS & FEMINIST VIEWS
1. 1992.
2. 4/year.
3. U.S.$31; CAN$27.14; elsewhere: CAN$36.00.
4. Penni Mitchell.
5. subscriptions@herizons.ca
6. ISSN 0711-7485.
7. OCLC 28686467.
8. Canadian Periodical Index, Women’s Studies International. Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell Information and Learning, Ann Arbor, MI.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, EBSCO (various products), Gale Group (various products), ProQuest (various products).
10. Herizons has a feminist issues slant and writes about news, includes book reviews, carries interviews, includes lots of photos, and boasts a full-color cover and lively design.

HYPATIA: A JOURNAL OF FEMINIST PHILOSOPHY
1. 1986.
2. 4/year.
3. $328 (inst. online only), $410 (inst. print and online), $328 (inst. print only), $64 (indiv. print and online).
4. Interim Co-Editors (through July 1, 2018): Ann Garry, Serene Khader, Alison Stone.
5. cs-journals@wiley.com
6. ISSN 0887-5367; E-ISSN 1527-2001.
7. OCLC 13312118.
8. Alternative press, philosophy, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Chawick Literature Online, Contemporary Women’s Issues, Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), Gale Group (various products), GenderWatch, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Project MUSE, ProQuest (various products), Swetswise, Wilson (various products).
10. Hypatia is a forum for cutting edge work in feminist philosophy. Since its inception in 1986 as an independent journal, Hypatia has been both a catalyst for broadening and refining feminist philosophy, and an invaluable resource for those who teach in this area.

IDENTITIES: JOURNAL FOR POLITICS, GENDER AND CULTURE
1. 2001.
2. Biannual.
3. Open access.
4. Stanimar Panayotov.
5. info@identitiesjournal.edu.mk
6. ISSN 1409-9268.
7. OCLC 317117156.
8. CEEOL, undergoing evaluation for DOAJ, ERIH PLUS, Open Academic Journals Index.
9. CEEOL.
10. Identities is an open-access peer-reviewed international journal that seeks to serve as a platform for the theoretical production of Southeastern Europe and enable its visibility and an opening for international debate with authors from both the “intellectual centers” and the “intellectual margins” of the world. It is particularly interested in promoting theoretical investigations which see issues of politics, gender and culture as inextricably interrelated.

INDIAN JOURNAL OF GENDER STUDIES
1. 1994.
2. 3/year.
3. $87/Rs 1,320/£47 (indiv.), $337/Rs 2,200/£182 (inst.); Pakistan/Bangladesh/Sri Lanka/Maldives SAARC rates: $60 (indiv.), $100 (inst.).
4. Malavika Karlekar and Leela Kasturi.
5. subscriptions@sagepub.co. uk
6. ISSN 0971-5215; E-ISSN 0973-0672
7. OCLC 31697306.
8. Indian, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Sage Journals Online, Swetswise.
10. Indian Journal of Gender Studies aims to provide a more holistic understanding of society. Women and men are not compared mechanically. Rather, gender categories are analyzed with a view to change social attitudes and academic biases which obstruct a holistic understanding of contributions to the family, community and the wider polity.

INTERNATIONAL FEMINIST JOURNAL OF POLITICS
1. 1999.
2. 4/year.
3. $226 (indiv. print only), $897 (inst. online only), $1,025 (inst. print and online).
4. Brooke A. Ackerly, Elisabeth Jay Friedman, Meenakshi Gopinath, Marysia Zalewski.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 1461-6742; E-ISSN 1468-4470.
7. OCLC 42282643, 43515877.
8. International Political Science Abstract.
9. EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, MetaPress, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. International Feminist Journal of Politics is a unique cross-cultural and international forum to foster debate and dialog at the intersection of international relations, politics and women’s studies.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FEMINIST APPROACHES TO BIOETHICS
1. 2008.
2. 2/year.
3. $80 (indiv. print only), $65 (indiv. online only), $108 (indiv. print and online)), $103 (inst. print only), $93 (inst. online only), $139 (inst. print and online).
4. Robyn Bluhm, Hilde Lindemann, Jamie Lindemann Nelson, Jackie Leach Scully.
5. ijafab@stonybrook.edu
6. ISSN 1937-4585, E-ISSN: 1937-4577.
7. Scopus, ETHXWeb, Bibliography of Bioethics; GenETHX; Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts; Philosophers Index; Social Sciences Citation Index; Journal Citation Report/Social Sciences Edition; Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences.
8. Project Muse, JSTOR, ProQuest, Cengage.
10. International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics provides a forum within bioethics for feminist thought and debate. IJFAB includes feminist scholarship on ethical issues related to health, health care, and the biomedical sciences.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GENDER, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
1. 2009.
2. 3/year (electronic journal).
3. Open access.
4. Dr. Clem Herman.
5. c.herman@open.ac.uk
6. ISSN 2040-0748.
9. DOAJ: Directory of Open Access Journals.
10. International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology (GST) is an open access, peer reviewed journal that welcomes contributions from practitioners, researchers and policy makers concerned with gender issues in and of science and technology, including engineering, construction and the built environment.

JOURNAL OF FEMINIST FAMILY THERAPY: AN INTERNATIONAL FORUM
1. 1989.
2. 4/year.
3. $160 (indiv. online only), $183 (indiv. print and online), $856 (inst. online only), $978 (inst. print and online).
4. Joyce Baptist.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0895-2833; E-ISSN 1540-4099.
7. OCLC 16545991.
8. Alternative press, counseling, family, gay/lesbian, legal, mental health, social science, social work, violence, and women’s studies indexes.
9. EBSCO (various products), OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy provides a multidisciplinary forum to further explore the relationship between feminist theory and family therapy practice and theory. Articles include those of a theoretical nature, as well as those focusing on empirical research and clinical application.

JOURNAL OF FEMINIST SCHOLARSHIP
1. 2011.
2. 2/year (electronic journal).
3. Open access.
4. Catherine Villanueva Gardner, Anna M. Klobucka, Jeannette E. Riley.
5. jfs@umassd.edu
6. ISSN 2158-6179.
7. OCLC 682689412.
10. Journal of Feminist Scholarship is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal published online and aimed at promoting feminist scholarship across the disciplines, as well as expanding the reach and definitions of feminist research.

JOURNAL OF FEMINIST STUDIES IN RELIGION
1. 1985.
2. 2/year.
3. $22.50/$25/$27.50 (student: online only/print only/online and print), $30.50/$33.50/$38.50 (indiv:, online only/print only/online and print), $65.50/$68.50/$91.50 (inst: online only/print only/online and print);  
4. Elizabeth Pritchard and Kate Ott. Journals Div., Indiana University Press, 601 N. Morton St., Bloomington, IN 47404 [email: uiporder@indiana. edu]
5. FSR@FSRinc.org
6. ISSN 8755-4178.
7. OCLC 11309512.
8. Human relations, language/literature, religion, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. ATLA Religion Database, Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products) InfoTrac (Gale Group), ProQuest (various products), Swetswise, Wilson (various products).
10. Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion was the first journal to be established in the field of feminist studies in religion, and is internationally recognized as the premier journal in the discipline. JSFR has two parents: the academy, in which it is situated, and the feminist movement, from which it draws its nourishment and vision.

JOURNAL OF GENDER STUDIES
1. 1991.
2. 4/year.
3. $181 (indiv. print only), $1,433 (inst. online only), $1,638 (inst. online and print).
4. Blu Tirohl.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0958-9236; E-ISSN 1465-3869.
7. OCLC 24317037.
8. Current contents, humanities, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, Lexis-Nexis Academic Selected Full Text, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Ovid Psychinfo, ProQuest (various products), Swetswise.
10. Journal of Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary journal which publishes articles relating to gender from a feminist perspective covering a wide range of subject areas including the social and natural sciences, arts, and popular culture.

JOURNAL OF INTERDISCIPLINARY FEMINIST THOUGHT
1. 2005.
2. 1/year (electronic journal).
3. Open access.
4. Lois Eveleth, Carol Gibbons, Donna Harrington-Lueker, Jayme M. Hennessey, Virginia Walsh, Johnelle Luciani, Sarah J. Littlefield.
5. walshv@salve.edu
6. ISSN 1932-6548.
10. Journal of Interdisciplinary Feminist Thought (JIFT), a peer-reviewed, online publication, provides a forum for scholars in any field to contribute research related to women’s issues. Each issue has a specific focal topic selected by the editors.

JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S STUDIES
1. 1999.
2. 4/year (electronic journal).
3. Open access.
4. Diana Fox and Cami Sanderson.
5. jiws@bridgew.edu
6. ISSN 1539-8706.
7. OCLC 48859274.
8. Elsevier Bibliographic Database, MLA International Bibliography.
10. Journal of International Women’s Studies provides a forum for scholars, activists and students to explore the relationship between various forms of feminism and activism.

JOURNAL OF LESBIAN STUDIES
1. 1996.
2. 4/year.
3. $140 (indiv. online only), $160 (indiv. print and online), $507 (inst. online only), $579 (inst. print and online).
4. Esther D. Rothblum.
5. erothblu@mail.sdsu.edu
6. ISSN 1089-4160; E-ISSN 1540-3548.
7. OCLC 34991235.
8. Gay/lesbian, gerontology, and women’s studies indexes.
9. EBSCO (various products), Lexis-Nexis Academic Selected Full Text, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. Journal of Lesbian Studies is the only professional journal devoted exclusively to the lesbian experience. The content of articles focuses primarily on women who identify as lesbians. The journal serves as a vehicle for the promotion of scholarship and commentary on lesbianism from an international perspective.

JOURNAL OF MIDDLE EAST WOMEN’S STUDIES
1. 2005.
2. 3/year.
3. U.S.: $45 (indiv.), $105 (inst.). Outside U.S.: add $15.50 surface postage, $26 airmail.
4. Banu Gokariksel, Frances S. Hasso, and miriam cooke.
5. jmews@dukeupress.edu
6. ISSN 1552-5864.
7. OCLC 56513116.
8. Index Islamicus, Meria.
9. Project Muse, ProQuest, EBSCO (various products), Wilson (various products).
10. Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies publishes research using innovative, theoretical, epistemological, and methodological approaches on a wide range of topics about Middle East women and gender issues.

JOURNAL OF THE MOTHERHOOD INITIATIVE FOR RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
1. 2010. Previously published as Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering, established 1999.
2. 2/year.
3. $30 (student), $40 (indiv.), $100 (inst.). Outside U.S./Canada/Mexico: add $12 postage.
4. Journal Advisory Board.
5. info@motherhoodinitiative.org
6. ISSN 1923-4139.
10. Journal of the Motherhood Institute is an integral part of community building for both researchers—academics and grassroots—and mothers interested in the topic of motherhood. Each issue will give voice to women’s lived experiences of mothering in all their complexity and diversity.

JOURNAL OF WOMEN & AGING
1. 1989.
2. 4/year.
3. $190 (indiv. online only), $217 (indiv. print and online), $855 (inst. online only), $977 (inst. print and online).
4. Dr. Francine Conway.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0895-2841; E-ISSN 1540-7322.
7. OCLC 16546320.
8. Aging, anthropology, counseling, current contents, family, health, human resources, legal, medical, mental health, science, social science, social work, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), OCLC FirstSearch ECO, ProQuest (various products), Swetswise.
10. Journal of Women & Aging enhances the knowledge of a wide variety of professionals who are concerned with the health and well-being of women as they age. In order to deliver quality care and services to older women, practitioners, researchers, and educators need access to the most current information--information that they can find in Journal of Women & Aging.

JOURNAL OF WOMEN AND MINORITIES IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
1. 1994.
2. 4/year.
3. $363 (print), $340 (online), $373 (print and online).
4. Kimberly D. Douglas-Mankin.
5. orders@begellhouse.com
6. ISSN 1072-8325; E-ISSN 1940-431X.
10. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering publishes original, peer-reviewed papers that report innovative ideas and programs for classroom teachers, scientific studies and formulation of concepts related to the education, recruitment, and retention of under- represented groups in science and engineering.

JOURNAL OF WOMEN, POLITICS & POLICY
1. 1980. Formerly titled Women & Politics.
2. 4/year.
3. $67 (indiv. online only), $78 (indiv. print and online), $828 (inst. online only), $946 (inst. print and online).
4. Heidi Hartmann.
5. jwpp@gwu.edu
6. ISSN 1554-477X; E-ISSN 1554-4788.
7. OCLC 5661577.
8. Current contents, history, Islamica, Latin American studies, legal, political science, public affairs, social science, social work, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. Journal of Women, Politics & Policy is dedicated to uniting the field of women's studies with political science, sociology, and psychology. Interdisciplinary in scope, the journal draws articles from a wide spectrum of methodological approaches, with a comparative perspective.

JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S HISTORY
1. 1989.
2. 4/year.
3. $50 (indiv. print only), $60 (indiv. online only), $165 (inst. print only).
4. Jean H. Quataert and Elisa Camiscioli.
5. jrnlcirc@press.jhu.edu
6. ISSN 1042-7961; E-ISSN 1527-2036.
7. OCLC 19219902.
8. Alternative, history, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Chadwyck PCI Full Text, Contemporary Women’s Issues, EBSCO (various products), GenderWatch, Lexis-Nexis Academic Selected Full Text, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Project MUSE, ProQuest (various products), Swetswise.
10. Journal of Women's History is the first journal devoted exclusively to the international field of women's history. It publishes cutting-edge scholarship from around the globe in all historical periods.

LEGACY: A JOURNAL OF AMERICAN WOMEN WRITERS
1. 1984.
2. 2/year.
3. $30 (student), $40 (indiv.), $90 (inst.), Outside U.S.: $52 (indiv.), $102 (inst.).
4. Jennifer S. Tuttle, Jennifer Putzi, Susan Tomlinson.
5. journals@unl.edu
6. ISSN 0748-4321; E-ISSN 1534-0643.
7. OCLC 154314640; E-OCLC 818897178.
8. America: History & Life, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Contemporary Women’s Issues, Current Contents: Arts & Humanities, Deitrich’s Index Philosophicus, Gender Studies Database, Humanities Index, Humanities International Index, IBR, IBZ, MLA International Bibliography, OmniFile, Periodi.
9. Project MUST, JSTOR.
10. Legacy is the official journal of the Society for the Study of American Women Writers. It is the only journal to focus specifically on American women’s writings from the seventeenth through twentieth century. Each issue’s articles cover a wide range of topics: examinations of the works of individual authors; genre studies; analyses of race, ethnicity, gender, class, and sexualities in women’s literature; and historical and material cultural issues pertinent to women’s lives and literary works.

LILITH: INDEPENDENT, JEWISH & FRANKLY FEMINIST
1. 1976.
2. 4/year.
3. $24 (print and online), Outside U.S.: $37 (print and online).
4. Susan Weidman Schneider.
5. info@Lilith.org
6. ISSN 0146-2334.
7. OCLC 2694720.
8. International, Women's Studies Index. Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell Information and Learning, Ann Arbor, MI.
9. Dow Jones Interactive, Ethnic Newswatch, Factiva, GenderWatch.
10. Lilith addresses women's issues from a feminist perspective within the Jewish community, and is a Jewish voice in the general women's movement.

MAKE/SHIFT: FEMINISMS IN MOTION
1. 2007.
2. 2/year.
3. U.S.: $25 (indiv.), $35 (inst.); Canada: $30 (indiv.), $40 (inst.); elsewhere: $45 (indiv.), $65 (inst.).
4. Jessica Hoffmann, Daria Yudacufski.
5. info@makeshiftmag.com
6. ISSN 1095-7370.
7. OCLC 81962029.
10. Make/Shift magazine creates and documents contemporary feminist culture and action by publishing journalism, critical analysis, and visual and text art. Made by an editorial collective committed to antiracist, transnational, and queer perspectives, Make/Shift embraces the multiple and shifting identities of feminist communities.

MEDIA REPORT TO WOMEN: COVERING ALL THE ISSUES CONCERNING WOMEN AND MEDIA
1. 1972.
2. 4/year.
3. $45 (indiv.), $75 (inst.). Outside U.S.: add $15 postage.
4. Sheila J. Gibbons.
5. sheilagibbons@communication-research.org
6. ISSN 0145-9651.
7. OCLC 2360896 & 8100460.
8. Women’s Studies International, Women's Studies Index.
9. Dow Jones Interactive, Factiva, ProQuest (various products).
10. Media Report to Women focuses on the relationship between women and media, especially journalistic coverage, depiction in news, programming and advertising, and media's influence on women and girls.

MEDIEVAL FEMINIST FORUM: JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE MEDIEVAL FEMINIST SCHOLARSHIP
1. 1986.
2. 2/year.
3. U.S.: $15 (student/independent scholar), $20 (indiv.), $35 (inst.).
4. Wendy Hoofnagle.
5. vlarsen@umflint.edu
6. ISSN 1536-8742; E-ISSN 2151-6073.
7. OCLC 22690408.
10. Medieval Feminist Forum is a forum for discussion and presentation of professional and scholarly issues from the perspective of feminist studies and gender studies with a focus on all aspects of medieval studies, including history, literature (English and foreign languages), art history, religion, philosophy, music, classics, Judaic studies and Arabic studies.

MERIDIANS: FEMINISM, RACE, TRANSNATIONALISM
1. 2000.
2. 2/year.
3. $40 (indiv. print only), $38 (indiv. online only), $44 (indiv. print and online), $100 (inst. print only), $63 (inst. online only), $63 (inst. print and online).
4. Ginetta E.B. Candelario.
5. orders@dukeupress.edu
6. ISSN 1536-6936; E-ISSN 1547-8424.
9. EBSCO (various products), InfoTrac (Gale Group), OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Project MUSE, ProQuest (various products), Swetswise.
10. Meridians is a peer-reviewed, feminist, interdisciplinary journal whose goal is to provide a forum for the finest scholarship and creative work by and about women of color in the U.S. and international contexts.

MIDWIFERY TODAY
1. 1987.
2. 4/year.
3. U.S.: $55; Canada: $68; elsewhere: $75.
4. Jan Tritten.
5. editorial@midwiferytoday.com
6. ISSN 1551-8892.
7. OCLC 14991213.
9. Alt-HealthWatch, Contemporary Women’s Issues, Dow Jones Interactive, GenderWatch.
10. Midwifery Today's mission is to return midwifery care to its rightful position in the family; to make midwifery care the norm throughout the world; and to redefine midwifery as a vital partnership with women.

MS. MAGAZINE
1. 1972‒1989, 1990.
2. 4/year.
3. $25 (print only), $14.95 (online only), $29.95 (print and online).
4. Katherine Spillar.
5. sgilligan@feminist.org
6. ISSN 0047-8318.
7. OCLC 22202699.
8. Book Review Index, Women’s Studies International, Women's Studies Index.
9 Dow Jones Interactive, Factiva, ProQuest (various products).
10. Ms. is a mass circulation magazine covering international and national (U.S.) news, the arts, books, popular culture, feminist theory and scholarship, ecofeminism, women's health, spirituality, and political and economic affairs; Ms. also publishes fiction, poetry, photo essays, and cartoons.

NASHIM: A JOURNAL OF JEWISH WOMEN’S STUDIES & GENDER ISSUES
1. 1998.
2. 2/year.
3. $35 (indiv.), $65 (inst.). Outside U.S.: add $13.50 surface postage, $25 airmail.
4. Deborah Greniman.
5. nashim@schechter.ac.il
6. ISSN 0793-8934.
7. OCLC 39018983.
8. Index to Jewish Periodicals.
9. EBSCO (various products), GenderWatch, Humanities Full Text (Wilson), InfoTrac (Gale Group), Project MUSE, Swetswise.
10. Nashim is a publication of the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem and of the Hadassah International Research Institute on Jewish Women at Brandeis University. Nashim is a pluralistic reflection of creative voices from across the Jewish spectrum and around the Jewish world.

NELLE (formerly PMS: POEMMEMOIRSTORY)
1. 2001.
2. 1/year.
3. $10.
4. Lauren Goodwin Slaughter.
5. poemmemoirstory@gmail.com
6. ISSN 1535-1335.
7. OCLC 46946321.
8. American Humanities Index.
10. NELLE celebrates and publishes the best, most innovative writing by women.

NORA: NORDIC JOURNAL OF FEMINIST AND GENDER RESEARCH
1. 1993.
2. 4/year.
3. $131 (indiv. print/print and online), $312 (inst. print and online), $273 (inst. online only).
4. Beatrice Halsaa and Anka Ryall.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0803-8740; E-ISSN 1502-394X.
7. OCLC 28566695.
8. Applied Social Sciences Index & Abstracts, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, MLA International Bibliography/Directory of Periodicals, Studies on Women & Gender Abstracts. Available on microfilm from the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, WI.
9. EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, MetaPress, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
10. Nora is a new interdisciplinary journal of women's studies, published in English and international in scope, which is to be a channel for women's research from all disciplines. Emphasis is placed on showing a Nordic profile in women's research, with regard to both content and methodological approaches.

N.PARADOXA: INTERNATIONAL FEMINIST ART JOURNAL
1. 1998 (print); 1996 (electronic).
2. 2/year (print); 1/year (electronic).
3. U.K./Europe: £9 (indiv.), USA/Canada/ROW: £12.50 (indiv.), U.K./Europe: £16 (inst.), USA/Canada/ROW: £20 (inst.).
4. Katy Deepwell.
5. ktpress@ktpress.co.uk
6. [email: katy@ktpress.co.uk].
7. ISSN 1461-0424; E-ISSN 1462-0426.
8. Art Bibliographies Modern, Contemporary Culture Index.
10. n.paradoxa is the only international feminist art journal in the world on the work of contemporary women artists (visual arts only) and feminist theory.

PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S STUDIES: ALAM-E-NISWAN
1. 1994.
2. 2/year.
3. Pakistan: PK Rs 500 (indiv.), PK Rs 630 (inst.); SAARC countries: PK Rs 750 (indiv.), PK Rs 830 (inst.); elsewhere: $58 (indiv.), $78 (inst.).
4. Tahera Aftab.
5. pakistanwomanstudies@gmail.com
6. ISSN 1024-1256.
7. OCLC 31702342.
8. Multicultural Education Abstracts (Print), Sociological Abstracts, Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts, Women’s Studies International, and various other educational databases.
9. SocIndex.
10. Pakistan Journal of Women's Studies is an interdisciplinary journal which aims at disseminating and sharing women's studies research globally. It also publishes curricula, course outlines, reading lists, reviews of books and films, seminar and conference reports, etc.

PALIMPSEST
1. 2012.
2. 2/year.
3. U.S.: $50 (indiv. print only), $100 (inst. print only), $100 (inst. online only).
4. Tiffany Ruby Patterson-Myers, T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting.
5. palimpsest@vanderbilt.edu
6. ISSN 2165-1604; E-ISSN 2165-1612.
8. MLA.
10. Palimpsest: A Journal on Women, Gender, and the Black International is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes cutting edge interdisciplinary scholarship and creative work by and about women of the African Diaspora and their communities in the Atlantic and Indian Ocean Worlds.

PEACE & FREEDOM: MAGAZINE OF THE WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM
1. 1970.
2. 2/year.
3. Open access.
4. Kathryn Dodgson.
5. editor@wilpfus.org
6. ISSN 0015-9093.
7. OCLC 13148666.
8. Alternative Press Index, Directory of Women's Media. Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell Information and Learning, Ann Arbor, MI.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, Infotrac, Lexis-Nexis Academic Selected Full Text, GenderWatch.
10. Peace & Freedom is published twice yearly by the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), US Section.

PERSIMMON TREE: AN ONLINE MAGAZINE OF THE ARTS BY WOMEN OVER SIXTY
1. 2007 (electronic journal).
2. 4/year.
3. Open access.
4. Sue Leonard.
5. editor@persimmontree.org
10. Persimmon Tree showcases an impressive variety of literature and art by women over 60, many still working well into their 80s and 90s. Persimmon Tree is intended to fill a niche that has been neglected by contemporary publishing, whether in print or online.

PHILOSOPHIA: A JOURNAL OF CONTINENTAL FEMINISM
1. 2011.
2. 2/year.
3. U.S.: $50 (indiv. print only), $100 (inst. print only), $100 (inst. online only).
4. Lynn Huffer and Shannon Winnubst.
5. pubsvc.tsp@sheridan.com
6. ISSN 2155-0891; E-ISSN 2155-0905.
7. OCLC 795957964.
8. MLA, Philosopher’s Index.
10. PhiloSOPHIA aims to represent the best in feminist continental philosophy.

POLITICS & GENDER
1. 2005.
2. 4/year.
3. $410 (inst. print only), $357 (inst. online only), $438 (inst. print and online).
4. Mary Caputi.
5. journals@cambridge.org
6. ISSN 1743-923X; E-ISSN 1743-9248.
7. OCLC 62035295.
10. Politics & Gender is an agenda-setting journal that publishes the highest-quality scholarship on gender and politics and on women and politics. It aims to represent the full range of issues on gender and women across the major sub-fields of political science.

PRAXIS: GENDER & CULTURAL CRITIQUES
1. 1989. Formerly titled Phoebe: Gender & Cultural Critiques.
2. 2/year.
3. $25 (indiv.), $35 (inst.).
4. Karina Lissette Céspedes, Kathleen O’Mara.
5. praxis@oneonta.edu
6. ISSN 1045-0904.
7. OCLC 20041898.
8. Women’s Studies International, Women's Studies Abstracts.
10. Praxis was founded to provide a forum for cross-cultural feminist analysis, original research, debate and exchange.

PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN QUARTERLY
1. 1976.
2. 4/year.
3. $106 (indiv. print and online), $513 (inst. online only), $559 (inst. print only), $570 (inst. print and online).
4. Mary Brabeck.
5. pwq@uakron.edu
6. ISSN 0361-6843; E-ISSN 1471-6402.
7. OCLC 2529664 & 6190694.
8. Anthropology, child development, current contents, education, family, human resources, linguistics, marriage, multicultural, psychology, public administration, social science, social work, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Blackwell Synergy, Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Ovid Psychinfo, Swetswise.
10. Psychology of Women Quarterly is sponsored by Division 35 of the American Psychological Association. Empirical studies, critical reviews, theoretical articles, and invited book reviews are published in the journal. The kinds of problems addressed include: psychological factors, behavioral studies, role development and change, career choice and training, management variables, education, discrimination, therapeutic processes, and sexuality.

RACE, GENDER & CLASS
1. 1993.
2. 4/year.
3. $50 (indiv.), $70 (inst.); outside U.S.: $85 (inst.).
4. Jean Ait Belkhir.
5. jbelkhir@uno.edu
6. ISSN 1082-8354.
7. OCLC: 30482739.
9. Ethnic Newswatch, GenderWatch,.
10. Race, Gender & Class focuses on the intersection of race, gender and class, whatever the topic/discipline for research, reading and practice.

RAIN AND THUNDER: A RADICAL FEMINIST JOURNAL OF DISCUSSION AND ACTIVISM
1. 1998.
2. 4/year.
3. $1 per $1,000 in yearly income (indiv.), $45 (inst.).
4. Rain and Thunder Collective.
5. rainandthunder@yahoo.com
10. Rain and Thunder is a grassroots publication providing a space for radical feminist thought, analysis, creativity, activism, and resistance to flourish.

REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH MATTERS
1. 1993.
2. 2/year.
3. Open access.
4. Shirin Heidari, Pathika Martin, and Sarah Pugh.
5. info@rhmjournal.org.uk
6. ISSN 0968-8080.
7. OCLC 29940332.
8. Current contents, health, medical, population, public affairs, reproduction, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, EBSCO (various products), Elsevier (various products), Gale Group (various products), Ingenta (various products).
10. Reproductive Health Matters promotes laws, policies, research and services that meet women's reproductive health needs and support women's right to decide whether, when and how to have children.

RESOURCES ON GENDER & WOMEN’S STUDIES: A FEMINIST REVIEW (formerly FEMINIST COLLECTIONS: A QUARTERLY OF WOMEN'S STUDIES RESOURCES)
1. 1980.
2. 4/year.
3. University of Wisconsin: $15 (discounted rate for student, retiree, or unemployed individual) $35 (indiv. in U.S.), $75 (inst.); outside U.S.: $95. Prices include subscription to New Books on Women, Gender, & Feminism.
4. Karla J. Strand, JoAnne Lehman.
5. gwsresources@library.wisc.edu  
6. ISSN 0742-7433.
7. OCLC 6467769.
8. Alternative Press Index, LISA: Library & Information Sciences Abstracts, Women's Studies Index, Women’s Studies International.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, GenderWatch, Ingenta, LISA: Library & Information Sciences Abstracts, ProQuest Research Libraries.
10. Book, video, website, & periodical reviews; editorials; features; news; bibliographies. Focus on feminist, teaching, publishing, librarianship, bookselling, archiving, researching – in Wisconsin, nationally, and worldwide. Review essays strive to provide a guide to the literature on a particular topic (e.g., Australian feminist writing; global economics; women in prison; Islam & feminism; African American feminism/womanism; domestic violence; women in the civil rights movement).

ROOM: LITERATURE, ART & FEMINISM SINCE 1975
1. 1975. Formerly titled Room of One’s Own.
2. 4/year.
3. U.S.: CN$41 (indiv.), CN$51 (inst.), Canada: CN$30 (indiv.), CN$39 (inst.); elsewhere: CN$56 (indiv.), CN$67 (inst.).
4. Growing Room Collective.
5. contactus@roommagazine.com
6. ISSN 0316-1609.
7. OCLC 2248303.
8. American Humanities Index.
10. Room seeks to provide a forum where new and established women writers can publish their creative work.

SAGEWOMAN: CELEBRATING THE GODDESS IN EVERY WOMAN
1. 1986.
2. 4/year.
3. $23; outside U.S.: $34.
4. Anne Newkirk Niven.
5. editor2@bbimedia.com
6. ISSN 1068-1698.
7. OCLC 16164078.
9. GenderWatch.
10. Sagewoman is a gentle, uplifting magazine of women's spirituality and wisdom.

SEX ROLES: A JOURNAL OF RESEARCH
1. 1975.
2. 12/year.
3. $1,984 (inst.).
4. Janice D. Yoder.
5. subscriptions@springer.com
6. ISSN 0360-0025; E-ISSN 1573-2762.
8. Child development, criminology, current contents, education, family, health, mental health, psychology, sexuality, social science, social work, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), InfoTrac (Gale Group), Ingenta, JSTOR, Kluwer Academic, ProQuest, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Ovid Psychinfo, ProQuest (various products), Swetswise.
10. Sex Roles publishes original research and theoretical articles concerned with the underlying processes and consequences of gender role socialization, perceptions, and attitudes.

SHAMELESS MAGAZINE
1. 2004
2. 3/year
3. $18 (indiv. CN), $25 (org. CN); $25 (indiv. US), $35 (org. US); $40 (intl).
4. Sheila Sampath.
5. subscribe@shamelessmag.com
6. ISSN 1710-2022.
7. OCLC 56357233
10. Shameless is an independent Canadian voice for smart, strong, sassy young women and trans youth. It’s a fresh alternative to typical teen magazines, packed with articles about arts, culture and current events, reflecting the neglected diversity of our readers’ interests and experiences.

SIGNS: JOURNAL OF WOMEN IN CULTURE AND SOCIETY
1. 1975.
2. 4/year.
3. $54 (indiv.), $321 (inst.).
4. Suzanna Danuta Walters and Carla Kaplan.
5. signs@neu.edu
6. ISSN 0097-9740.
7. OCLC 1362618 & 7288933.
8. Current contents, history, humanities, language/literary, psychology, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Chadwick PCI Full Text, Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), Gale Group (various products), ProQuest (various products), University of Chicago Press.
10. Signs publishes scholarship that raises new questions and develops innovative approaches to our understanding of the past and present. What makes feminist scholarship published in Signs distinctive is not necessarily the subject of investigation or particular methods of inquiry but the effort to cultivate alternative research practices that further feminist, queer, and antiracist goals of social transformation.

SINISTER WISDOM: A MULTICULTURAL LESBIAN LITERARY & ART JOURNAL
1. 1976.
2. 4/year.
3. $10-$15 (hardship), $20 (indiv.), $33 (inst.), outside U.S.: $25, free to women in prisons and psychiatric institutions. 
4. Julie R. Enszer.
5. julie@sinisterwisdom.org
6. ISSN 0196-1853.
7. OCLC 3451636.
8. Alternative Press Index, Directory of Women’s Media, Women’s Studies International, Women’s Studies Index.
10. Sinister Wisdom is a multi-cultural, multi-class, female-born lesbian space. They seek to open, consider and advance the exploration of community issues. They recognize the power of language to reflect their diverse experiences and to enhance their ability to develop critical judgment, as lesbians evaluating their community and their world.

SISTER NAMIBIA
1. 1989.
2. 4/year.
3. Namibia: N$140 (student/unemployed), N$80; elsewhere in Africa: US$40; elsewhere: US$80.
4. Vida de Voss.
5. media@sisternamibia.org
6. ISSN 1026-9126.
7. OCLC 29552869.
8. The African Book Publishing Record, International African Institute Apex 96, International Women's Media Foundation Directory 1996, Prodder - The Southern African Development Directory.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, GenderWatch, Lexis-Nexis Academic Selected Full Text.
10. Sister Namibia aims at challenging structures and stereotypes that oppress and divide women.

SOCIAL POLITICS: INTERNATIONAL STUDIES IN GENDER, STATE, AND SOCIETY
1. 1994.
2. 4/year.
3. $145 (indiv. print only), $434 (inst. print only), and $471 (inst. print and online).
4. Mary Daly, Margarita Estevez-Abe, Aleksandra Kanjuo-Mrcela, and Rianne Mahon.
6. ISSN 1072-4745; E-ISSN 1468-2893.
7. OCLC 28959388.
8. Current contents, history, political science, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Dow Jones Interactive, Highwire Press, Ingenta, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Oxford University Press, Project MUSE.
10. Social Politics features articles on gender and social policy, citizenship, and the role of the family; interdisciplinary, international, concerned primarily with gender studies but also covers history, sociology, political science, economics, philosophy, and law.

STUDIES IN GENDER AND SEXUALITY
1. 2000.
2. 4/year.
3. $102 (indiv. print and online), $375 (inst. online only), $429 (inst. print and online).
4. Katie Gentile, Stephen Hartman, and Eyal Rozmarin.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
7. ISSN 1524-0657.
8. Gay & Lesbian Abstracts, Sociological Abstracts, Studies on Women & Gender Abstracts.
9. EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, Ovid Psychinfo, Swetswise.
10. Studies in Gender and Sexuality is a response to the excitement attendant to recent research and writing by scholars and clinicians. It provides a forum for examining gender and sexuality that is both multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary.

TRANSFORMATIONS: THE JOURNAL OF INCLUSIVE SCHOLARSHIP AND PEDAGOGY
1. 1990.
2. 2/year.
3. $74 (indiv. print and online), $53 (indiv. print OR online), $168 (inst. print and online), $120 (inst. print OR online), outside U.S.: add $18 for postage.
4. Jacqueline Ellis, Ellen Gruber Garvey.
5. info@psupress.org
6. ISSN 1052-5017.
7. OCLC 22296121.
8. Alternative Press Index, Gay & Lesbian Abstracts, Sociological Abstracts.
9. AltPressWatch,GenderWatch.
10. Transformations provides scholarly articles, both theoretical and practical, that help faculty at all levels to integrate issues of gender, race, class, and culture into the curriculum. Book reviews, syllabi, and resource lists are also included.

TRANSGENDER STUDIES QUARTERLY
1. 2014.
2. 4/year.
3. $45 (indiv. print and electronic), $28 (student print and electronic).
4. Paisley Currah, Susan Stryker.
5. tsqjournal@gmail.com
6. ISSN 2328-9252
7. OCLC 842159013 (e-version).
9. Emerging Sources Index.
10. TSQ offers a high-profile venue for innovative research and scholarship that contest the objectification, pathologization, and exoticization of transgender lives. It publishes interdisciplinary work that explores the diversity of gender, sex, sexuality, embodiment, and identity in ways that have not been adequately addressed by feminist and queer scholarship. 

TRIVIA: VOICES OF FEMINISM
1. 2004. Previously published as Trivia: A Journal of Ideas, established 1982.
2. 2/year (electronic journal).
3. Open access.
4. Monica J. Casper, Julie Amparano, and Linda Van Leuven.
6. E-ISSN 2166-9082.
10. TRIVIA was founded as a public online forum for creative and critical thinking of diverse women who insist on our primacy, and who in league with and in the name of all the other endangered species on this planet, refuse to accept the life-destroying status quo.

TULSA STUDIES IN WOMEN'S LITERATURE
1. 1982.
2. 2/year.
3. $30 (student), $35 (indiv.), $50 (inst.); outside U.S.: $35 (student), $50 (indiv.), $65 (inst).
4. Jennifer L. Airey.
5. tswl@utulsa.edu
6. ISSN 0732-7730.
7. OCLC 8426594.
8. Book review, humanities, language/literary, and women’s studies indexes.
9. JSTOR.
10. Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature is a scholarly journal that publishes articles, notes, archival research, and reviews dealing with the life and work of women writers of every period and in all languages.

U.S.–JAPAN WOMEN'S JOURNAL: A JOURNAL FOR THE INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE OF GENDER STUDIES
1. 1991.
2. 2/year.
3. Japan: ¥5,000; elsewhere: $35 (indiv.), $70 (inst.).
4. Sally A. Hastings, Jan Bardsley, and Noriko Mizuta.
5. usjwj@jiu.ac.jp
6. ISSN 1059-9770.
7. OCLC 24838451.
10. U.S. – Japan Women's Journal is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, biannual publication, available in print and online, that promotes scholarly exchange on social, cultural, political, and economic issues pertaining to gender and Japan.

UNCOVERINGS
1. 1981.
2. 1/year.
3. $25 (indiv.).
4. Lynne Zacek Bassett.
5. aqsg2@americanquiltstudygroup.org
6. ISSN 0277-0628.
7. OCLC 7495216.
8. Book review, arts, humanities, language/literary, and women’s studies indexes.
10. "The purpose of Uncoverings is to carry out AQSG's mission to establish, sustain, and promote the highest standards for quilt-related studies. We stimulate, nurture, and affirm engagement in quilt studies, and provide opportunities for its dissemination."

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: AN INTERNATIONAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL
1. 1995.
2. 12/year.
3. $348 (indiv. print only), $1,857 (inst. print only), $1,706 (inst. online only), $1,895 (inst. print and online).
4. Claire M. Renzetti.
5. journals@sagepub.com
6. ISSN 1077-8012; E-ISSN 1552-8448.
7. OCLC 30869194.
8. Criminal justice, family, legal, linguistics, police science, psychology, risk, social science, violence, and women’s studies indexes.
9. CSA Sage Criminology, Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), Highwire Press, Ingenta, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Sage Publications, Swetswise.
10. Violence Against Women is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that focuses on gender-based violence against women in all forms and across cultural and national boundaries. It publishes empirical research as well as historical and cross-cultural analyses.

VISUAL CULTURE & GENDER
1. 2006 (electronic journal).
2. 1/year.
3. No subscription fee.
4. Karen Keifer-Boyd, Deborah Smith.
5. kk-b@psu.edu
6. ISSN 1936-1912.
7. OCLC 76805476.
8. EBSCO (various products).
10. Visual Culture & Gender is an annual international, peer-reviewed, freely accessed, multimedia online journal whose purpose is to encourage and promote understanding of how visual culture constructs gender in context with representations of race, age, sexuality, (dis)ability, and social class.

WISCONSIN JOURNAL OF LAW, GENDER & SOCIETY
1. 1985. Formerly titled Wisconsin Women’s Law Journal.
2. 2/year.
3. $30.
4. Marisol Gonzalez-Castillo.
5. mgonzalez24@wisc.edu
6. ISSN 1052-3421.
7. OCLC 12192424.
8. IAC's Current Law Index; Index to Legal Periodicals; Westlaw.
9. Hein Online, Lexis/Nexis/Academic Universe, Wilson (various products).
10. "We established this journal to sustain and enlarge the forum for discussion of the impact of law on women's lives. We publish so that the best of what is thought and said about women and the law is no longer ignored or relegated to a `special issue.'"

WOMAN'S ART JOURNAL
1. 1980.
2. 2/year.
3. $40 (indiv. North America), $119 (inst. North America), $74 (indiv. overseas), $133 (inst. overseas).
4. Margaret Barlow, Joan Marter.
5. info@oldcitypublishing.com
6. ISSN 0270-7993.
7. OCLC 6497852.
8. Art, humanities, and women’s studies indexes. Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell Information and Learning, Ann Arbor, MI.
9. Wilson (various products).
10. Woman’s Art Journal serves as a forum for feminist approaches to women artists from various art historical periods to the present.

WOMEN: A CULTURAL REVIEW
1. 1990.
2. 4/year.
3. $197 (indiv. print only), $728 (inst. online only), $832 (inst. print and online).
4. Isobel Armstrong, Helen Carr, Laura Marcus, Alison Mark, Deryn Rees-Jones.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0957-4042; E-ISSN 1470-1367.
7. OCLC 22349229.
8. Contemporary Women’s Issues, EBSCO (various products), Ingenta, MetaPress, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Women’s Studies International, Swetswise.
9. Catchword. EBSCO (various products), OCLC’s Electronic Collections Online (ECO), Swetswise.
10. Women: A Cultural Review is a new initiative in feminist thought and culture. It explores the role and representation of women in arts and culture, past and present, taking up the challenging debates on sexuality and gender.

WOMEN & CRIMINAL JUSTICE
1. 1989.
2. 4/year.
3. $146 (indiv. online only), $188 (inst. print and online), $647 (inst. online only), $739 (inst. print and online).
4. Frances P. Bernat.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0897-4454; E-ISSN 1541-0323.
7. OCLC 17501958.
8. Alternative press, criminal justice, family, Islamica, public affairs, social science, social work, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues (highly selective), EBSCO (various products), Swetswise.
10. Women & Criminal Justice is the only periodical devoted specifically to interdisciplinary and international scholarly research and criminal justice practice dealing with all areas of women and criminal justice.

WOMEN & ENVIRONMENTS INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE
1. 1976.
2. 2/year.
3. CN$28/US$33/elsewhere CN$40 (indiv. print), CN$38/US$48/elsewhere $58 (inst. print).
4. Olga Speranskaya, Patricia E. Perkins, Jennifer Spalton, Reena Shadaan, Helen Lynn, Sonja Greckol.
5. weimag@yorku.ca
6. ISSN 1499-1993.
7. OCLC 7966483.
8. Alternative press, Canadian, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. EBSCO (various products), Swetswise.
10. Women & Environments provides feminist perspectives on women’s multiple relations to their social, built and natural environments through research, theory, professional practice and community experience.

WOMEN & HEALTH
1. 1976.
2. 8/year.
3. $393 (indiv. online only), $437 (indiv. online and print), $2,301 (inst. online only), $2,630 (inst. online and print).
4. Dr. Ellen B. Gold.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0363-0242; E-ISSN 1541-0331
7. OCLC 2337206.
8. Alcohol/alcohol problems, education, family, health, legal, medical, nursing, population, psychology, science, social science, social work, and women’s studies indexes.
9. Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), OCLC FirstSearch ECO.
10. Women & Health contains information that is eminently useful to researchers, policy planners, and all providers of health care for women.

WOMEN & LANGUAGE
1. 1975.
2. 2/year.
3. U.S., Canada, Mexico: $25 (indiv.), elsewhere: $35 (indiv.), $45 (inst. and libraries), $55 (international inst. and libraries).
4. Deborah Ballard-Reisch.
5. editorwomenandlanguage@gmail.com
6. ISSN 8755-4550.
7. OCLC 11313029.
8. MLA, Women’s Studies International, Women's Studies Index.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), Gale Group (various products), ProQuest (various products), Wilson (various products).
10. Women & Language is an interdisciplinary research periodical and newsletter, associated with the Organization for the Study of Communication Language and Gender, which seeks to provide a feminist forum for those interested in communication, language and gender.

WOMEN & MUSIC: A JOURNAL OF GENDER & CULTURE
1. 1997.
2. 1/year.
3. U.S.: $90 (inst. online only), $125 (inst. print and online.); Canada: add $6 for postage; International: add $6 for postage.
4. Emily Wilbourne.
5. journals@unlnotes.unl.edu
6. ISSN 1090-7505.
7. OCLC 35452326.
8. IBR, IBZ, International Index to Music Periodicals, Music Index, RILM Abstracts of Music Literature.
10. Women & Music seeks to further the understanding of the relationships among gender, music, and culture, with special attention being given to the concerns of women.

WOMEN & PERFORMANCE: A JOURNAL OF FEMINIST THEORY
1. 1983.
2. 3/year.
3. $64 (indiv. print only), $258 (inst. online only), $295 (inst. print and online).
4. E. Hella Tsaconas.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0740-770X; E-ISSN 1748-5819.
7. OCLC 9855579.
8. Alternative press, language/literary, and women’s studies indexes.
10. Women & Performance is a feminist journal devoted to the study of theater, dance, film, music, video, ritual and performance art. It includes discussions of feminist aesthetics, photo essays, interviews, historical material, reviews and scripts.

WOMEN & THERAPY: A FEMINIST QUARTERLY
1. 1982.
2. 4/year.
3. $204 (indiv. online only), $233 (indiv. print and online), $1,105 (inst. online only), $1,263 (print and online).
4. Ellyn Kaschak.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0270-3149; E-ISSN 1541-0315.
7. OCLC 6394106.
8. Alternative press, counseling, family, health, legal, mental health, nursing, psychology, social science, raumatic stress, violence, and women’s studies indexes.
9 Dow Jones Interactive, EBSCO (various products), OCLC FirstSearch ECO, ProQuest (various products), Swetswise.
10. Women and Therapy is the only professional journal that focuses entirely on the complex interrelationship between women and the therapeutic experience. The journal is devoted to descriptive, theoretical, clinical, empirical, and multicultural perspectives on the topic of women and therapy.

WOMEN, GENDER, AND FAMILIES OF COLOR
1. 2013.
2. 2/year.
3. $30 (indiv. print only), $30 (indiv. online only); $40 (indiv. print & online), $70 (inst. online only), $90 (inst. print & online).
4. Jennifer Hamer.
5. journals@illinois.edu
6. ISSN 2326-0939.
10. Women, Gender, and Families of Color is a multidisciplinary journal that centers on the study of Black, Latina, Indigenous, and Asian American women, gender, and families. The journal encourages theoretical and empirical research from history, the social and behavioral sciences, and humanities including comparative and transnational research and analyses of domestic social, political, economic, and cultural policies and practices within the United States.

WOMEN IN FRENCH STUDIES
1. 1993.
2. 2/year.
3. U.S./Canada: $28; elsewhere: $48.
4. Juliette Rogers.
5. mperry@usm.maine.edu  
6. ISSN 1077-825X.
7. OCLC 29631629.
8. MLA Bibliography.
10. Women in French Studies seeks to publish research on women writing in French, on women in French or Francophone cultures and other domains of feminist criticism.

WOMEN IN GERMAN YEARBOOK: FEMINIST STUDIES IN GERMAN LITERATURE & CULTURE
1. 1985.
2. 1/year.
3. U.S.: $37 (indiv.), $66 (inst.); elsewhere: $37 (indiv.), $72 (inst.).
4. Elizabeth Ametsbichler and Carrie Smith-Prei.
5. journals@unl.edu
6. ISSN 1058-7446.
7. OCLC: 12869456.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, EBSCO (various products), Gale Group (various products), Project Muse.
10. Women in German Yearbook focuses on feminist approaches to all aspects of German literary, cultural, and language studies, including teaching.

WOMEN IN HIGHER EDUCATION
1. 1992.
2. 12/year.
3. $53 (indiv. online only), $97 (indiv. print and online), $85 (indiv. print only), $952 (inst. online only), $1,190 (inst. print and online), $952 (inst. print only).
4. Dr. Kelly J. Baker.
5. jbsubs@wiley.com
6. ISSN 1060-8303.
7. OCLC 25065894.
8. Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC).
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, Gale Group (various products).
10. Women in Higher Education aims to enlighten, encourage, empower, and enrich women on campus by facilitating the integration of women administrators and faculty, staff and students to win acceptance of women's styles and values on campus and in society.

WOMEN'S HISTORY REVIEW
1. 1992.
2. 5/year.
3. $997 (inst. online only), $1,140 (inst. online and print).
4. June Purvis.
5. Hannah.Barker@manchester.ac.uk
6. ISSN 0961-2025; E-ISSN 1747-583X.
7. OCLC 25943278.
8. EBSCO (various products), Swetswise.
10. Women's History Review publishes contributions from a range of disciplines (women's studies, history, sociology, cultural studies, literature, political science, anthropology and philosophy) that further feminist knowledge and debate about women and/or gender relations in history.

WOMEN'S REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
1. 2014.
2. 2/year.
3. $131 (indiv. print only), $235 (inst. online only), $268 (inst. print and online).
4. Dr. Joan C. Chrisler.
5. jcchr@conncoll.edu  
6. ISSN 2329-3691 (print); 2329-3713 (online).
9. Scopus.
10. Women’s Reproductive Health is dedicated to the improvement of reproductive health and well-being across the lifespan for all women. The range of appropriate material is broad, including: menarche, menstruation, menopause, pregnancy, birthing, breastfeeding, miscarriage, infertility, assisted reproductive technologies, contraception and abortion, reproductive cancers, sexually transmitted infections, and disorders related to reproductive events.

WOMEN'S REVIEW OF BOOKS
1. 1983.
2. 6/year.
3. North America: $40 (indiv.), $142 (inst.); elsewhere: $99 (indiv.), $93 (indiv. overseas), $225 (inst. overseas).
4. Jennifer Baumgardner.
5. editor.wrb@gmail.com
6. ISSN 0738-1433.
7. OCLC 9529447.
8. Alternative press, book review, humanities and women’s studies indexes. Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell Information and Learning, Ann Arbor, MI.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, EBSCO (various products).
10. Women’s Review of Books has in-depth reviews of current books in all fields, by and/or about women.

WOMEN'S RIGHTS LAW REPORTER
1. 1970.
2. 4/year.
3. $25 (student), $30 (indiv.), $50 (inst.). Outside U.S.: add $6 postage.
4. Tyler Dougherty and Julia Duffy.
5. wrlr.editors@gmail.com
6. ISSN 0085-8269.
7. OCLC 1795817.
8. Alternative Press Index, Current Law Index, Index to Legal Periodicals, Legal Contents, Legal Resource Index, Public Affairs Information Service (PAIS), Sociological Abstracts, Women’s Studies International, Women's Studies Index. Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell Information and Learning, Ann Arbor, MI.
9. Hein Online, Lexis/Nexis Academic Universe.
10. Women’s Rights Law Reporter, founded in 1970 by now-Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and feminist activists, legal workers, and law students, is a quarterly journal of legal scholarship and feminist criticism published by students at the Rutgers School of Law in Newark.

WOMEN'S STUDIES: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL
1. 1972.
2. 8/year.
3. $335/€270/£200 (indiv.), $1,412/€1,126/£868 (inst.).
4. Wendy Martin.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. Wendy Martin, Claremont Graduate University, Dept. of English, Blaisdell House, 143 E. 10th St., Claremont, CA 91711 [email: womstudj@cgu.edu].
7. ISSN 0049-7878; E-ISSN 1547-7045.
8. OCLC 1791887.
9. Anthropology, communications, current contents, family, film, humanities, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
10. EBSCO (various products), Gale Group (various products), Ingenta, OCLC FirstSearch ECO, Swetswise.
11. Women's Studies provides a forum for the presentation of scholarship and criticism about women in the fields of literature, history, art, sociology, law, political science, economics, anthropology and the sciences.

WOMEN'S STUDIES IN COMMUNICATION
1. 1977.
2. 2/year.
3. $96 (indiv.), $194 (inst. online only), $222 (print and online).
4. Kristen Hoerl.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0749-1409.
7. OCLC 8848461.
8. Index to Journals in Communication Studies, Women’s Studies International, Women’s Studies Index. Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell Information and Learning, Ann Arbor, MI.
9. Contemporary Women’s Issues, EBSCO (various products), Factiva, Gale Group (various products), ProQuest (various products, Wilson (various products).
10. Women’s Studies in Communication publishes material related to gender and communication deriving from any perspective, including interpersonal communication, small group communication, organizational communication, the mass media, and rhetoric.

WOMEN'S STUDIES INTERNATIONAL FORUM
1. 1978.
2. 6/year.
3. US $211 (indiv. print), US $1,452 (inst.).
4. Kalwant Bhopal.
5. JournalsCustomerServiceEMEA@elsevier.com
6. ISSN 0277-5395.
7. OCLC 7590245.
8. Alternative press, history, humanities, psychology, social science, and women’s studies indexes.
9. EBSCO (various products), Elsevier (various products), Ingenta, Swetswise.
10. Women’s Studies International Forum strives to reflect the multidisciplinary, international field of women's studies, both inside and out of academia. It also aims to acknowledge cultural differences and at the same time to encourage an international exchange based on a shared feminist framework.

WOMEN'S STUDIES JOURNAL
1. 1984 (print); 2008 (electronic).
2. 2/year.
3. Open Access.
4. Carolyn Michelle and Johanna Schmidt.
5. wsawaikato@waikato.ac.nz
6. ISSN 0112-4099; E-ISSN 1173-6615.
7. OCLC 14929028.
8. Women’s Studies International.
9. EBSCO (various products).
10. Women's Studies Journal is an academic journal published by the Women's Studies Association of new Zealand, which is a feminist organization formed to promote radical social change through the medium of women's studies. It has a primary, but not exclusive, focus on women's studies in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

WOMEN'S STUDIES QUARTERLY
1. 1981. Previously published as Women's Studies Newsletter, established 1972.
2. 2/year.
3. $60 (indiv. print only), $85 (inst. print only), $75 (inst. online only), $105 (inst. online and print); Outside U.S.: $100 (indiv. print only), $125 (inst. print only).
4. Arthur Versluis.
5. info@feministpress.org
6. ISSN 0732-1562.
7. OCLC 7387895.
8. Alternative Press Index, Women’s Studies International, Women's Studies Index.
9. Project Muse, ProQuest (various products).
10. Women's Studies Quarterly covers recent developments in women's studies and feminist education, including in-depth articles on research about women and current projects to transform traditional curricula.

WOMEN'S WRITING
1. 1994.
2. 4/year.
3. $153 (indiv. print only), $899 (inst. online only), $1,027 (inst. print and online).
4. Marie Mulvey-Roberts.
5. subscriptions@tandf.co.uk
6. ISSN 0969-9082; E-ISSN 1747-5848.
7. OCLC 30983772.
8. America: History & Life, Annotated Bibliography for English Studies, British Humanities Index, Gay & Lesbian Abstracts, Historical Abstracts, MLA International Bibliography, Sociological Abstracts, Studies on Women Abstracts, Women’s Studies International, Women’s Studies Index.
9. EBSCO (various products), Swetswise.
10. Women’s Writing is an international journal focusing on women’s writing up to the end of the long Nineteenth Century. The aim of the journal is to open up a forum for dialogue, discussion and debate about the work of women writers, and hopes to reflect the diversity of scholarship that can be brought to bear on this area of study.

YALE JOURNAL OF LAW AND FEMINISM
1. 1987.
2. 2/year.
3. $20 (indiv.), $30 (inst.).
4. Editorial Collective.
5. lawandfeminism@yale.edu
6. ISSN 1043-9366.
7. OCLC 19571969.
8. Current Law Index, Index to Legal Periodicals, Infotrac.
9 Hein Online, Lexis/Nexis Academic Universe.
10. Yale Journal of Law and Feminism provides a forum for the analysis of women, society, and the law. They are committed to expanding the boundaries of traditional legal discourse, and plan to publish a wide range of legal and non-legal work, including articles, fiction, criticism, poetry, and autobiography.