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"Stalwart women" : a historical analysis of deans of women in the South by Carolyn Terry Bashaw
All Sides of the Subject Women and Biography (Athene Series) by Teresa Iles
All the Rage: Reasserting Radical Lesbian Feminism (Athene Series) by Lynne Harne
Between Worlds: Women Writers of Chinese Ancestry (Athene Series) by Amy Ling
Black Feminist Criticism: Perspectives on Black Women Writers (Athene Series) by Barbara Christian
Calling the Equality Bluff: Women in Israel (Athene Series) by Barbara Swirski
Creating an Inclusive College Curriculum: A Teaching Sourcebook from the New Jersey Project (Athene Series) by Ellen G. Friedman
Disciplining Sexuality: Foucault, Life Histories, and Education (Athene Series) by Sue Middleton
Educating for peace : a feminist perspective by Birgit Brock-Utne
Father Knows Best: The Use and Abuse of Power in Freud's Case of Dora (Athene Series) by Robin Tolmach Lakoff
Female-Friendly Science: Applying Women's Studies Methods and Theories to Attract Students by Sue V. Rosser
Femicide in Global Perspective (Athene Series) by Diana E. H. Russell
Feminism Within the Science and Health Care Professions: Overcoming Resistance by Sue V. Rosser
Feminist Approaches to Science by Ruth Bleier
Feminist Science Education (Athene Series) by Angela Calabrese Barton
The Feminist Teacher Anthology: Pedagogies and Classroom Strategies (Athene Series) by Gail E. Cohee
Inspiring women : reimagining the muse by Mary K. DeShazer
Keepers of the History: Women and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (Athene Series) by Elise G. Young
The Knowledge Explosion: Generations of Feminist Scholarship (Athene Series) by Cheris Kramarae
Living by the Pen: Early British Women Writers (The Athene Series) by Dale Spender
Machina Ex Dea: Feminist Perspectives on Technology (The Athene series) by Joan Rothschild
Made to Order: The Myth of Reproductive and Genetic Progress (Athene Series) by Patricia Spallone
Making Violence Sexy: Feminist Views on Pornography by Diana E. H. Russell
Men Who Control Women's Health: The Miseducation of Obstetrician-Gynecologists (Athene Series) by Diana Scully
Men's ideas/women's realities : Popular science, 1870-1915 by Louise Michele Newman
Men's Studies Modified: The Impact of Feminism on the Academic Disciplines by Dale Spender
Pedagogies of Resistance: Women Educator Activists, 1880-1960 (Athene Series) by Margaret Smith Crocco
Pioneering Deans of Women: More Than Wise and Pious Matrons (Athene Series) by Jana Nidiffer
Privilege in the Medical Academy: A Feminist Examines Gender, Race, and Power (Athene Series) by Delese Wear
Radical Voices: A Decade of Feminist Resistance from Women's Studies International Forum (Athene Series) by Renate D. Klein
Re-Engineering Female Friendly Science (Athene Series) by Sue V. Rosser
The Recurring Silent Spring (Athene Series) by H. Patricia Hynes
The Reflowering of the Goddess (Athene Series) by Gloria Feman Orenstein
Russian Women's Studies: Essays on Sexism in Soviet Culture (Athene Series) by Tatyana Mamonova
Science and Gender: A Critique of Biology and Its Theories on Women by Ruth Bleier
Sexual Liberals and the Attack on Feminism (Athene) by Dorchen Leidholdt
The Sister Bond: A Feminist View of a Timeless Connection (Athene Series) by Toni A. McNaron
Social Research Methods: Feminist Perspectives (The Athene Series) by Schulamit Reinharz
Speaking Freely: Unlearning the Lies of the Fathers' Tongues by Julia Penelope
Stopping Rape: Successful Survival Strategies (Athene Series) by Pauline B. Bart
Surviving the Dalkon Shield Iud: Women V. the Pharmaceutical Industry (Athene) by Karen M. Hicks
Taking Our Time: Feminist Perspectives on Temporality (Athene Series)
Teaching Science and Health from a Feminist Perspective (Athene) by Sue V. Rosser
Teaching technology from a feminist perspective : a practical guide by Joan Rothschild
Teaching the Majority: Breaking the Gender Barrier in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering (Athene Series) by Sue V. Rosser
Whence the Goddesses: A Source Book (Athene Series) by Miriam Robbins Dexter
The Will to Violence: The Politics of Personal Behaviour (Athene Series) by Susanne Kappeler
Woman in the Muslim unconscious by Fatna A. Sabbah
Women's Studies Graduates: The First Generation by Barbara F. Luebke
Women, Power and Policy: Toward the Year 2000 by Ellen Boneparth
Women, Science, and Society: The Crucial Union (Athene Series) by Sue V. Rosser
The Writing or the Sex?, Or, Why You Don't Have to Read Women's Writing to Know It's No Good: Why You Don't Have to Read by Dale Spender

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The Athene Series is published by Teachers College Press. An incomplete list of titles (those in print) can be found here: http://www.tcpress.com/athene.html

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