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2018 Lisa Ryan Musgrave ed  Feminist Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art: The Power of Critical Visions and Creative Engagement  (New York: Springer)   

2018 Kathy Battista   New York, New Wave: The Legacy of Feminist Artists in Emerging Practices  (IB Tauris)   

2018 Kate Mondloch   A Capsule Aesthetic: Feminist Materialisms in New Media Art  (University of Minnesota Press)   

2018 Rachel Middleman   Radical Eroticism: Women, Art, and Sex in the 1960s  (University of California Press)   

2017 Cecilia  Fajardo-Hill, Andrea Giunta with Marcela Guerrero former curatorial fellow, in collaboration with Connie Butler ed  Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985 (Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA)(Sep 15-Dec 31, 2017)  (Los Angeles: Hammer Museum, LA ; Brooklyn Museum, NY; Pinacoteca de São Paulo)    More

2017 Catherine  Morris and Rujeko Hockley   We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 (April 21–September 17, 2017)  (Brooklyn Museum: Elizabeth Sackler Center)   

2017 Elin Diamond, Denise Varney, Candice Amich eds  Performance, Feminism and Affect in Neoliberal Times  (Palgrave MacMillan)   

2017 Michael Darling   Riot Grrrls (Dec 15, 2016–Jun 18, 2017)  (Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago)    More

2017 Quinn Latimer   Like a Woman: Essays, Readings, Poems  (Sternberg Press)   

2017 Amanda  Ravetz, Alice Kettle, Helen Felcey eds  Collaboration Through Craft  (Bloomsbury)   

2017 Julia Skelly   Radical Decadence: Excess in Contemporary Feminist Textiles and Craft  (Bloomsbury)   

2017 Richard Grusin ed  Anthropocene Feminism  (University of Minnesota Press)   

2016 Katherine Behar ed  Object-Oriented Feminism  (University of Minnesota Press)   

2016 Karen Gonzalez Rice   Long Suffering: American Endurance Art as Prophetic Witness  (University of Michigan Press)    More

2016 Amelia  Jones and Erin Silver eds  Otherwise : imagining queer feminist art histories  (Manchester: Manchester University Press)   

2016 Alison  Gingeras   Black Sheep Feminism: The Art of Sexual Politics (17 Jan-March 20)  (Dallas Contemporary)   

2016 Jo-Anne Reske Kirkman and Laura Mayo   WARM Guerrillas: Feminist Visions (February 26th – March 12, 2016)  (Minneapolis: The Grain Belt Bottling House Gallery)   

2016 Lynn Hershman Leeson and Peter Weibel ed  Lynn Hershman Leeson: Civic Radar  (Hatje Cantz / ZKM)   

2016 Sabra Moore   Openings: A Memoir from the Women's Art Movement, New York City 1970-1992 ( forewords by Lucy Lippard and Margaret Randall)  (New York: New Village Press)   

2015 Astria  Suparak and Ceci Moss   Alien She (Riot Grrrl Movement)(Sep 3, 2015 – Jan 9, 2016)  (Miller Gallery, Carnegie Mellon and PNCA)   

2015 Nadya Burton ed  Natal Signs: Cultural Representations of Pregnancy, Birth and Parenting  (Ontario: Demeter Press)   

2015     ARTnews (June) vol. 114 issue 6  ()  Special issue on sexism, situation of the woman artist. 

2015 Uri McMillan   Embodied Avatars: Genealogies of Black Feminist Art and Performance  (New York University Press)   

2015 Guerrilla Girls   Not Ready to Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls in the Artworld and Beyond (1-17 May)  (New York: Abrons Arts Center )   

2015 Christine Gledhill and Julia Knight eds  Doing Women's Film History  (University of Illinois Press)   

2014 Andrew D. Hottle   The art of the Sister chapel : exemplary women, visionary creators, and feminist collaboration  (Ashgate)   

2014     Brooklyn Rail (online)  () 2014 (4 Sept) (New York) edited by Kara L. Rooney 

2014 Natalie Loveless   New Maternalisms: Maternidades y Nuevos Feminismos (26 June-31 August)  (Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes)   

2013 Jaishri  Abichandani and Josheen Oberoi   Her Stories: Fifteen Years of the South Asian Women's Creative Collective (Taubman Museum, Roanoke, VA, May 28- August 24, 2013)  (Taubman Museum)   

2013     Women in Art 278 Magazine  (Girona Consulting)  published on issuu as a quarterly visual profiling of selected women artists and their work 

2013 Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, Lan Duong, Mariam B. Lam and Kathy L. Nguyen eds  Troubling Borders: An Anthology of Art and Literature by Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora  (USA: University of Washington Press)   

2013 Helen  Molesworth and Taylor Walsh   Louise Lawler  (MIT Press (October Files))   

2013 Tal Dekel   Gendered: Art and Feminist Theory  (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing)   

2013 Clare Johnson   Femininity, Time and Feminist Art  (Palgrave)   

2013 Eleanor Heartney, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal, Sue Scott   The Reckoning: Women Artists of the New Millennium  (Prestel)   

2012 Rachel Epp  Buller ed  Reconciling Art and Mothering  (UK; Ashgate Publishing)   

2012 Meg Linton and Sue Maberry eds  Doing it in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman's Building  (Los Angeles: Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design)   

2012 Joani Blank ed  Femalia  (Last Gasp, San Francisco)   

2012     Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies  () 2012 Special issue on Feminist Art and Social Movements: Beyond NY/LA (vol 33, no.2) 

2012 Leila Pourtavaf ed  Féminismes Électriques  (Montreal: La Centrale and Les Éditions du rémue-ménage)    More

2012 Hye-Seong Tak Lee and Sherri Cornett  eds  Woman + Body  (Gwangju Cultural Foundation)   

2012 Amelia Jones   Seeing Differently: A History and Theory of Identification and the Visual Arts  (Routledge)   

2012 Cheri Gaulke and Laurel Klick eds  Feminist Art Workers: A History  (LA: Otis College of Art and Design)   

2012 Catherine Morris and Vincent Bonin eds  Materializing Six Years: Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art  (Boston: MIT Press)   

2012 Andrew Mazzaschi   Signs: Virtual issue on Visibility and Visuality: Reframing Gender in the Middle East, North Africa, and Their Diasporas  ()  organised in conjunction with 'The Fertile Crescent: Gender, Art and Society' Rutgers Institute for Women and Art, mid-August 2012-Jan 2013  

2012 Robert Cozzolino ed  The female gaze : women artists making their world (November 17, 2012-April 7, 2013, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)  (Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts)   

2012 Jill Fields ed  Entering the Picture: Judy Chicago, The Fresno Feminist Art Program and the Collective Visions of Women Artists.  (New York: Routledge)   

2012     Etheria Film Festival (Boston)  ()  Etheria selects and screens the best new short fantasy and science fiction films directed by women from all over the world. It will take place in September 2012 for the first time. Information link only, current website was hacked. 

2012 Judith Brodsky and Ferris Olin ed.  The fertile crescent : gender, art, and society  (New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Institute for Women and Art ; New York, N.Y. : Distributed by D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers)   

2011 Julia Bryan-Wilson   Art Workers: Radical Practice in the Vietnam War Era  (University of California Press)    More

2011 Alicia Gaspar  de Alba, Alma López eds.  Our Lady of Controversy (Alma Lopez)  (University of Texas)   

2011 Myrel  Chernick and Jennie Klein   The M Word: Real Mothers in Contemporary Art  (Ontario: Demeter Press)   

2011 Martha  Wilson   Martha Wilson Sourcebook: 40 years of reconsidering performance, feminism, alternative spaces  (Independent Curators International)    More

2011     Bluestockings Film Series (Portland, Maine)  ()  The Bluestocking Film Series is a bi-annual (May/October) screening series committed to finding and showing short works by women directors but with a unique twist as all films must "pass" the Bechdel Test for Women in Movies. The Bechdel Test, Bechdel-Wallace Test, or the Mo Movie Measure, is a sort of litmus test for female presence in movies and TV. The test is named after Alison Bechdel, creator of the comic strip 'Dykes To Watch Out For'. In order to pass, the film or show must meet the following criteria: it includes at least two women... who have at least one conversation... about something other than a man or men. 

2011 Nancy Princenthal ed  The deconstructive impulse : women artists reconfigure the signs of power, 1973-1991  (New York : Munich ; New York : Neuberger Museum of Art , DelMonico Books/Prestel)   

2011 Courtney Lee Weida   Artistic ambivalence in clay : portraits of pottery, ceramics and gender  (Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars)   

2011 Lisa Pearson ed  It is Almost That: A Collection of Image+Text Work by Women Artists and Writers  (Siglio)   

2011 Kristine Stiles ed  Correspondence Course: An Epistolary History of Carolee Schneemann and Her Circle  (Duke University Press)   

2011 Jennifer Banta ed  Cultural Confluences: The Art of Lenore Chinn  (San Francisco: APICC)   

2011 Sondra Hale and Terry Wolverton eds  From Site to Vision: The Woman's Building in Contemporary Culture  (Los Angeles: Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design)   

2011     Women Art Revolution (!WAR) collection: Voices of a Movement  ()  Transcripts and video footage by Lynn Hershman Leeson, used in Women, Art and Revolution 

2011 Marta Zarzycka and Bettina Papenburg eds  Carnal Aesthetics: Trangressive Imagery and Feminist Politics  (London: IB Tauris)   

2010 Kirsten Pail Buick   Child of the Fire: Mary Edmonia Lewis and the Problem of Art History's Black and Indian Subject  (Durham: Duke University Press)   

2010 Sharon Irish   Suzanne Lacy: spaces between  (University of Minnesota Press)    More

2010 Suzanne Lacy   Leaving Art: Writings on Performance, Politics and Publics, 1974-2007  (Duke University Press)    More

2010 Vanessa Corby   Eva Hesse: longing,belonging and displacement  (London: IB Tauris)    More

2010 Sid  Sid Sachs and Kalliopi Minioudaki eds  Seductive subversion : women pop artists, 1958-1968  (University of the Arts ; Abbeville Publishers)   

2010 Olga M. Mesropova and Stacey Weber-Feve eds  Being and becoming visible: women performance and visual culture  (Baltimore and London: John Hopkins University Press)   

2010 Laura Hein and Rebecca Jennison eds  Imagination without Borders: Feminist Artist Tomiyama Taeko and Social Responsibility  (Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan)   

2010 Whitney Chadwick, Bia Markel, Alexandra Reiff eds  Contemporary feminist studies and its relation to art history and visual studies (conference papers, 2007)  (Goteborg: Goteborg Universitet)   

2010 James Martin Harding   Cutting performances: collage events, feminist artists, and the American avant-garde  (Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press)   

2010 Kelly Clark Keefe   Invoking Mnemosyne: art, memory and the uncertain emergence of a feminist embodied mythology  (Rotterdam: Sense Publishers)   

2010 Angela Steif ed  Power Up: Female Pop Art  (DuMont Literatur und Kunst Verlag GmbH & Co KG)   

2010     Portland Women's Film Festival (Portland, Oregon)  ()  The Portland Oregon Women's Film Festival (POWFest) places a spotlight on women directors by showcasing their work and strengthening the community of women in film. It occurs for three days every March. In addition to films there are also numerous lectures and seminars to support young women in film.  

2010 Fabienne Dumont  ed  La rebellion du deuxieme sexe - L'histoire de l'art au crible des theories feministes anglo-americaines (1970-2000)  (Dijon: Les presses du reel)   

2010 Marcia  Tucker, Liza Lou (Editor) ed  A Short Life of Trouble: Forty Years in the New York Art World  (University of California Press)   

2010 Deborah Willis   Black Venus 2010: They Called Her "Hottentot"  (Temple University Press)   

2010 Barbara Matilsky   Show of Hands: Northwest Women Artists 1880-2010  (Whatcom Museum, Bellingham)   

2010 Amanda Lock Swarr and Richa Nagar eds  Critical transnational feminist praxis  (Albany : State University of New York Press)   

2009 Andrea Liss   Feminist Art and the Maternal  (University of Minnesota Press)    More

2009 Sue-Ellen Case   Feminist and Queer Performance: Critical Strategies  (Palgrave Macmillan)   

2009 Mira Schor   A Decade of Negative Thinking: Essays on Art, Politics, and Daily Life  (USA: Duke University Press)   

2009     Lady Filmmaker's Festival (California)  ()  Lady Filmmakers aims to celebrate women in key leadership roles in the making of short and feature length films. A woman must fill the role of Writer, Director, Cinematographer, Editor, Producer, or Production Designer to be eligible. The festival promotes and screens collaborations between men and women filmmakers. The festival takes place every annually October. 

2009 Mary Schoeser   Rozanne Hawksley: Offerings  (Lund Humphries and Ruthin Craft Centre, Wales)    More

2009 Jane Blocker   Seeing Witness: Visuality and the Ethics of Testimony  (University of Minnesota Press)    More

2008 Carol Mavor   Reading Boyishly: Roland Barthes, J M Barrie, Jacques Henri Lartique, Marcel Proust and DW Winnicott.  (Durham and London: Duke University Press)    More

2008 Joanna Frueh   Clairvoyance (for those in the desert) Performance Pieces, 1979-2004  (Durham and London: duke University Press)    More

2008 Margo Machida   Unsettled Visions: Contemporary Asian American artists and the social imaginary  (Durham : Duke University Press)    More

2008 Zdenek Felix and Martina Pachmanova eds  Martha Rosler: Photographic Works, 1965-2008  (Prague: Langhams Galerie)    More

2008 Nancy Prinsenthal and Phillip Earenflight eds  Joyce Kozloff: Co+ordinates  (Pennsylvania: Carlisle, Trout Gallery)    More

2008 Karen Mary Davalos   Yolanda M. Lopez  (Los Angeles: UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Press)   

2008 Debra J. Blake   Chicana sexuality and gender: cultural refiguring in literature, oral history, and art  (Durham : Duke University Press)   

2008 Yvonne Rainer, Carrie Lambert, Catherine Lord, Catherine Queloz (editor) ed  Une femme qui...Ecrits, entretiens, essais critiques (French edition)  (JRP Ringier)   

2007     Art News  ((USA))   

2007 Elinor Gadon, Wendy Tarlow Kaplan, Roobina Karode   Tiger by the Tail! Women Artists of India Transforming Culture  (Massachusetts: Women's Studies Research Center - Brandeis University; New Delhi: Indian Council for Cultural Relations )   

2007 Kara Walker, Daniela Rossell , Adrian Piper    Witness to Her Art: Art and Writings by Adrian Piper, Mona Hatoum, Cady Noland, Jenny Holzer, Kara Walker, Daniela Rossell and Eau de Cologne  (Bard College)   

2007 Nadine Käthe Monem   Riot grrrl: revolution girl style now!  (London: Black Dog)   

2007 Wong Gina See-Yuen   Global feminisms in feminist art and their new challenges  (Hong Kong University, PhD)   

2007 Alison Rowley   Helen Frankenthaler: Painting History, Writing Painting  (London: IB Tauris)   

2007     NSWA Journal  ()  Vol. 19, No. 1, Spring, 2007. Special issue on Feminist Activist Art  

2007 Karen  Frostig and Kathy A. Halainka eds  Blaze: Discourse on Art, Women and Feminism  (US: Cambridge Scholar)    More

2007 Joanna Inglot   WARM: A Feminist Art Collective in Minnesota  (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, Weisman Art Museum)   

2007 Cornelia Butler   WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution  (Massachussetts: MIT and Los Angeles: MOCA)    More

2007 Susan Kozel   Closer: Performance, Technologies,Phenomenology  (Boston: MIT, Leonardo series)    More

2007 Zoe Leonard (Intro: Helen Molesworth)   Analogue  (MIT, Wexner Center for the Arts)    More

2007  American Asian Women Artists Association (AAWAA)   Cheers to Muses: Contemporary Works by Asian American Women  (American Asian Women Artists Association)   

2007 Terry R. Meyers   Mary Heilmann: Save the Last Dance for Me  (London: Afterall Books)   

2007 Matthew Knagas   Camille Patha: Geography of Desire  (Oregon: Halie Ford Museum of Art, Williamette University)   

2007 Judy Chicago   The Dinner Party: From Creation to Preservation  (London: Merrell)   

2007 Graciele Iturbide   Eyes to Fly With: Portraits, Self- Portraits, and other photographs  (USA: University of Texas Press)   

2007 Linda  Nochlin and Maura Reilly   Global Feminisms  (London and New York: Merrell and Brooklyn Museum)    More

2007 Laura Elisa  Perez   Chicana art : the politics of spiritual and aesthetic altarities  (Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press ; Chesham)   

2007 Eleanor Heartney, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal and Sue Scott   After the Revolution: Women Who Transformed Contemporary Art  (Munich, Berlin, London and New York: Prestel)   

2007 Victoria Vesna ed  Database Aesthetics: Art in the Age of Information Overflow  (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press)   

2007 Catherine Wood   Yvonne Rainer: The Mind is a Muscle  (Massachusetts and London: MIT Press)   

2007 Anna Brzyski ed  Partisan Canons  (Durham and London: Duke University Press)   

2007     Strategies for contemporary feminism: Exquisite Acts and Everyday Rebellions  ()  conference papers from California Institute for Arts in Valencia, 2007 

2006  Brian P.  Kennedy and Britta Konau, Margo W. Smith   Dreaming Their Way: Australian Aboriginal Women Painters  (Washington DC: Museum of Women in the Arts)   

2006 Johanna Burton ed  Cindy Sherman  (October Files series Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press)   

2006 Susan Morgan   Joan Jonas: I Want to Live in the Country (And Other Romances)  (London: Afterall Books)   

2006 Yvonne  Rainer   Feeling are Facts: A Life  (Cambridge: MIT Press)    More

2006 Hilary Robinson   Reading Art, Reading Irigaray: The Politics of Art by Women  (New York/London: I.B. Tauris)    More

2006 Helen Molesworth ed  Twice Untitled and Other Pictures (looking back) Louise Lawler  (London: MIT Press and Wexner Art Centre, Ohio)    More

2006 Sarah Nuttal ed  Beautiful/Ugly: African and Diaspora Aesthetics  (Durham, North Carolina & London: Duke University Press)    More

2006 Lisa  Bloom   Jewish Identities in American Feminist Art: Ghosts of Ethnicity  (London & New York: Routledge)    More

2006 Annmarie  Chandler and Norie Neumarkt  eds  At a Distance: Precursors to Art and Activism on the Internet  (Boston: MIT Press)    More

2006 Amelia  Jones   Self/Image: Technology, Representation and the Contemporary Subject  (London: Routledge)    More

2006 Jennifer  Doyle   Sex objects : art and the dialectics of desire  (Minneapolis, Minn. ; London : University of Minnesota Press)   

2006 Johanna  Demetrakas (Director)   Womanhouse [videorecording about the Feminist Art Program of the California Institute of the Arts] (originally made in 1974)  (New York: Women Make Movies)   

2006 Carol Armstrong and Catherine de Zegher eds  Women Artists at the Millennium  (Cambridge: MIT Press)    More

2006     LA Femme International Film Festival  ()  LA Femme Film Festival is a festival that focuses on women's commercial films in order to broaden their audiences and recognise their work. Equal opportunity in commercial entertainment is the aim and for women to become leaders in the industry as Directors, Writers, Producers or Directors of Photography. This event takes place annually, every October. 

2006     Women's Film Festival at McHenry College (Illinois)  ()  The festival includes film screenings of recent films purchased by the college for the MCC's Women's Film Collection used as a study resource for students at MCC. The films usually take International Women's issues as their thematic. 

2006 Elvan Zabunyan, Valerie Mavridorakis, David Perreau   Martha Rosler sur|sous le pavé (exhibition catalogue)  (Universite de Rennes)   

2005 Lisa E. Farrington   Creating their Own Image: the history of African-Americam Women Artists  (Oxford: Oxford University Press)   

2005 Alexander Alberro ed  Andrea Fraser, Museum Highlights: The Writings of Andrea Fraser  (Boston: MIT)    More

2005     Women's International Film Festival  ()  The festival takes place in April and includes; full-length features, documentaries, and shorts made by women directors and producers that reflect universal, gender-free themes in addition to women's issues and concerns. Mainly held in Florida, the 12th festival, 2018, will take place in New York. 

2005     Davis Feminist Film Festival (Davis, California)  ()  Their event in April 2012 marks seven years of this Festival "for under-represented artists - particularly women and people of color - to raise consciousness about gender, race, class, sexuality, and other dimensions of social inequality." 

2005 Michael Blackwood (Director)   Reclaiming the body : feminist art in America (DVD recording, not book, of Bad Girls' exhibitions and artists)  (Michael Blackwood Productions in association with Saarlandischer Rundfunk)   

2005 Irene  von Hardenberg (Photos: Reto Guntli)   Künstlerinnen : Atelierbesuche in Berlin, Moskau, New York  (Hildesheim : Gerstenberg )   

2005 Margrit Shildrick and Roxanne Mykitiuk eds  Ethics of the Body: Postconventional Challenges  (MIT press)   

2005 Nan Goldin   Nan Goldin : Ten Years After  (Scalo Publishers)   

2005 Norma  Broude and Mary Garrard eds  Reclaiming Female Agency: Feminist Art After Postmodernism  (University of California Press)    More

2005 Meredith Tromble ed  The Art and Films of Lynn Hershman Leeson. Secret Agents, Private 1  (University of California Press,Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington)    More

2005 Faith Ringgold   we flew over the bridge: the memoirs of Faith Ringgold  (Durham: Duke University Press)    More

2005 Erica Rand   The Ellis Island Snow Globe  (Duke University Press)    More

2005 C. Jill O'Bryan   Carnal Art: Orlan's Refacing  (University of Minnesota Press)    More

2005 Mignon Nixon   Fantastic Reality: Louise Bourgeois and a Story of Modern Art  (Cambridge: Mass, MIT press, an October book)    More

2005 Midori  Yoshimoto   Into Performance: Japanese Women Artists in New York  (Rutgers University Press)    More

2005 Praba Pilar   Cyberlabia: Gendered Thoughts and Conversations on Cyberspace  (California: Tela Press)    More

2005 Tey Diana  Rebolledo   The Chronicles of Panchita Villa and other guerrilleras : essays on Chicana/Latina literature and criticism  (Austin, Tex. : University of Texas Press)   

2004 Nelly  Richard   Masculine/Feminine: Practices of Difference  (Durham, NC and London: Duke University Press,trans. Silvia R. Tandeciarz and Alice A Neilson.)   

2004 Chris  Kraus   Video Green: Los Angeles Art and The Triumph of Nothingness  (Mass: Cambridge, MIT/Semiotext(e) Active Agents Series)    More

2004 Verena  Kuni and Claudia Reiche eds  Cyberfeminism: Next Protocols  (New York: Autonomedia)    More

2004     San Francisco Women's Film Festival  ()  The festival was founded in 2004 as an affiliate of San Francisco State University, however afer the success of the first event, the festival spread beyond the limits of the campus. The SFWFF accepts films and video of all lengths and genres: narrative, documentary, experimental and animation. Films and videos must be directed by or co-directed by women. The festival takes place every Spring with a combination of low-fee or free screenings. Now running an online film festival, May 2018. 

2004 Silvia Kolbowski   inadequate...Like...Power  (Cologne: Walter Konig)    More

2004 Joanna Inglot   The Figurative Sculpture of Magadalena Abakanowicz: Bodies, Environments, and Myths  (University of California Press)    More

2004 Suzanne Anker and Dorothy Nelkin   The Molecular Gaze: Art in the Genetic Age  (New York: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press)    More

2004 Martha Rosler   Decoys and Disruptions: Selected Writings, 1975-2001  (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press)    More

2004 Diana  Taylor and Roselyn Constantino ed  Holy Terrors: Latina American Women Perform  (Durham, NC: Duke University Press)   

2004 Jane Blocker   What the Body Cost: Desire, History, and Performance  (University of Minnesota Press)   

2004 Carolyn Korsmeyer   Gender and Aesthetics: An Introduction  (Routledge)   

2004 Josephine Penelope Collet   Women Contesting the Mainstream Discourses of the Art World  (New York: Lewiston: E Mellen Press)   

2004     Girl Fest (Hawaii)  ()  Girl Fest's mission is to prevent violence against women and girls through education and art. Currently, Girl Fest is Hawaii's longest-running all-volunteer anti-violence multimedia festival. Girl Fest incorporates music, film, art, dance and spoken word to get its message out to the public. The festival ran every February. Site documents work, 2004-2012. 

2003 Kara Walker eds Ian Berry,Darby English, Vivian Patterson, Mark Reinhardt  Narratives of a Negress  (Cambridge: Massachusetts: MIT press)    More

2003     Queer Women of Color Film Festival (San Francisco)  ()  The festival takes place annually around the second week of June. It features films that address the vital social justice issues that concern women of color, authentically reflect their life stories, and build community through art and activism. The Queer Women of Color Film Festival showcases new films created through Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project's free Filmmaker Training Program, as well as films created by other queer women of color around the world. 

2003     Hypatia  ()  (Fall/Winter) v.18, No.4 'Women, Art and Aesthetics'  More

2003 Sarah Rich, Joyce Henri Robinson eds  Through the Looking Glass: Women and Self-Representation in Contemporary Art (works in Palmer Museum of Art Collection)  (Pennsylvania State University Press)   

2003 María  Ochoa ; foreword by Amalia Mesa-Bains   Creative collectives : Chicana painters working in community  (Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press)   

2003 Susan R.  Ressler ed  Women Artists of the American West  (Jefferson North Carolina & London, McFarland)    More

2003 Jill Scott   Coded Characters: Media Art by Jill Scott  (Germany: Hatje Cantz)    More

2003 María  Ochoa Foreword by Amalia Mesa-Bains  Creative collectives : Chicana painters working in community  (Albuquerque, N.M. : University of New Mexico Press ; Lancaster : Gazelle)   

2003 Judy  Malloy ed  Women, Art and Technology  (Massachussetts: Cambridge, MIT Press)    More

2003 Joan  Copjec   Imagine There's No Woman: Ethics and Sublimation  (Cambridge, Mass: MIT press)    More

2003 Kristen Frederickson and Sarah Webb eds  Singular Woman: Writing the artist: the politics of rediscovery: the monograph and feminist art history  (University of California Press)   

2003 Amelia  Jones   The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader (2002, 2003, 2010 editions)  (London: Routledge)    More

2002 Mary Beth  Edelson   The Art of Mary Beth Edelson  (New York: Seven Cycles)    More

2002 Maria Fernandez and Faith Wilding, Michelle M. Wright eds  Domain Errors! Cyberfeminist practices  (New York: Autonomedia)    More

2002     LTTR  () 2008  

2002 Diana  Burgess Fuller and Daniela Salvioni  eds  Art/Women/California: Parallels and Intersections, 1950-2000  (California: San Jose Museum of art)    More

2002 Ida Applebroog Benjamin Lignel ed  Ida Applebroog Are You Bleeding Yet?  (New York: la maison Red)    More

2002 Anette Kubitza   Fluxus, Flirt, Feminismus? : Carolee Schneemanns Körperkunst und die Avantgarde  (Berlin : Reimer)   

2002 Terry  Wolverton   Insurgent Muse: Life and Art at the Women's Building  (USA: City Lights)   

2002 Sidonie  Smith and Julia Watson eds  Interfaces: Women/Autobiography/Image/Performance  (University of Michigan Press)    More

2002 Catherine  Morris and Ingrid Schaffner   Gloria: Another Look at feminist art of the 1970s  (New York : White Columns)   

2002     M/E/A/N/I/N/G online (2002-  (University of Pennslyvania)  Edited by Susan Bee and Mira Schor, the journal is a continuation in a different form of M/E/A/N/I/N/G: a journal of contemporary art issues, (1986-1996) and archived at Beinecke Library,Yale University 

2002 Mary  Flanagan and Austin Booth eds  Reload: Rethinking Women + Cyberculture  (MIT press)   

2002 Joanna  Zylinska ed  The Cyborg Experiments: The Extensions of the Body in the Media Age  (London: Continuum)    More

2002     International Black Women's Film Festival (San Francisco)  ()  Founded by Adrienne Anderson, IBWFF aims to show black women presented in film in strong roles and "to celebrate Black women filmmakers from around the world and to show audiences that there are films about Black women that do not involve negative stereotyping, violence toward Black women, and that don't show Black women being berated and exploited." Selected films include those made by Black women filmmakers as well as those where a strong black female performance is included. The festival takes place annually in June over two days. 

2002 Mignon Nixon   Eva Hesse  (Cambridge: Massachusetts: MIT press, October books)    More

2002     San Diego Women’s Film Festival  ()  Organised by the San Diego Women's Film Foundation. Last known to have taken place 2007 (5th festival) and 2008. 

2001     Reel Sisters of the Diaspora (Long Island)  ()  The festival rigorously selects films made by women of colour which tell of the missing historical, psychological or political point of view of women. The film festival is accompanied by a lecture series each year and takes place in October. Among the many sections of the festival there is a teen genre. 

2001 Martina Pachmanova   Virnost v pohybu / Mobile Fidelity  (Prague: One Woman Press)    More

2001 Jacqueline Bobo   Black feminist cultural criticism  (Malden, Mass. ; Oxford : Blackwell)   

2001 Debra Wacks   SMIRK: Women, Art and Humour  (New York: Firehouse Gallery Nassau)   

2001     High Falls Film Festival (Rochester, NY)  ()  Founded in 2001, the High Falls Film Festival is one of the few film festivals worldwide that celebrates the work of women filmmakers, and is one of the longest running women’s film festivals on the East Coast.  

2001     Chick Flicks Festival (Dallas)  ()  Each year, Women in Film.Dallas organises the Chick Flicks Festival showcasing short films by female filmmakers. The festival is also an important fundraiser for WIF.D who provide scholarships for women and students in the film industry. Scholarship recipients for the year are presented their monetary award at the conclusion of the festival along with the filmmaker winners. 

2001 Carolee  Schneemann   Imaging Her Erotics: Essays, Interviews, Projects  (London & Cambridge, Massachusetts)    More

2001 Helena Reckitt. Survey: Peggy Phelan ed  Art and Feminism  (London: Phaidon)    More

2001 Mieke  Bal   Louise Bourgeois' Spider: the Architecture of Art-Writing  (Chicago: University of Chicago Press)   

2001 Nicole  Eisenman and Kristin Chambers, Ghada Amer, Shahzia Sikander, Lin Tianmiao, Fatimah Tuggar   Threads of vision : toward a new feminine poetics  (Cleveland, OH : Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art)   

2001 Aruna  D'Souza ed  Self and History: A Tribute to Linda Nochlin  (London: Thames and Hudson)    More

2001 Joanna  Frueh   Monster Beauty: Building the Body of Love  (Berkeley:University of California Press)    More

2001 Uta  Grosenick ed  Women Artists in the 20th and 21st Centuries  (Germany and UK: Taschen Books. English and German editions)    More

2000 Harmony  Hammond   Lesbian Art in America: A Contemporary History  (New York: Rizzoli International Publications Inc)    More

2000 Molly H. Mullin   Culture in the Marketplace: Gender, Art and Value in the American Southwest  (Duke University Press)    More

2000 Alicia Craig Faxon and Liana De Girolami Cheney, Kathleen Russo eds  Self-Portraits by Women Painters  (London: Ashgate)    More

2000     Meridians  () current interdisciplinary journal that offers a forum for scholarship and creative work by and about women of color in United States and international contexts 

2000 Laura  Cottingham   Seeing Through the Seventies: Essays on Feminism and Art  (Amsterdam: G+B Arts International)   

2000 Laura  Cottingham Intro by Christine Bard  How many "bad" fcminists does it take to change a lightbulb? / Combien de "sales" feministes faut-il pour changer une ampoule? : antifeminisme et art contemporain  (Lyon : Tahin Party)   

2000 Amanda  Cruz and Amelia Jones, Elizabeth A.T. Smith eds  Cindy Sherman: A Retrospective  (London: Thames and Hudson)    More

2000 Christina Z. Anderson   Tutti Nudi: Reflections on the Nude from the Greeks to the Twenty-First Century  (New York: Midmarch)    More

2000     Lunafest (a US touring festival)  ()  Lunafest is a travelling film festival of award-winning short films by, for and about women. Organised by LUNA, the makers of a Whole Nutrition Bar for Women, the aim is to raise money for charity, notably Breast Cancer. In 2012, nine films, filled with stories of reflection, hope and humor, were toured to over 150 cities and screened in front of 20,000 people. 

2000 Peggy Z. Brand ed  Beauty Matters  (USA: Indiana University Press)    More

2000 Susan  Bee and Mira Schor eds  M/e/a/n/i/n/g : an anthology of artists' writings, theory, and criticism  (Durham, NC : Duke University Press)   

1999-2000 Lucy  Lippard   On the Beaten Track  (New Press/IB Tauris)    More

1999     FEMSPEC  () current an interdisciplinary feminist journal dedicated to critical and creative works interrogating gender in the realms of science fiction, fantasy, surrealism, magical realism and the supernatural 

1999 Daniela  Salvioni and Vicki Logan and Kent Logan   Looking at ourselves : works by women artists from the Logan Collection  (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, January 09-April 20)   

1999 Lisa  Bloom ed  With Other Eyes: Looking at Race and Gender in Visual Culture  (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press)    More

1999 Coco  Fusco ed  Corpus Delecti: Performance Art in the Americas  (Routledge)    More

1999 Shelley Rice   Inverted Odysseys: Claude Cahun, Maya Deren, Cindy Sherman  (MIT press)   

1998  Essay: Dr Ieva Kuiziniene   Lithuanian Art / Women Experience  (Washington DC: Contemporary Art Centre, October)    More

1998 Katy  Deepwell ed  Nuevo Critica Feminista de Arte  (Ediciones Cathedra,Universitat de Valencia/Instituto de la Mujer)   

1998     Everett Women's Film Festival (Washington)  ()  Everett film festival is an annual festival in Washington presenting films written, produced or directed by women.  

1998 Whitney Chadwick   Framed  (London: Macmillan)    More

1998 Coco  Fusco et al    The Latina Artist: The Response of the Creative Mind to Gender, Race, Class and Identity  (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Univ Press)   

1998 Judith  Fryer Davidov   Women's Camera Work : Self/Body/Other in American Visual Culture  (Duke University Press)   

1998 Ella  Shohat ed  Talking Visions: Multicultural Feminism in a Transnational Age  (Cambridge, Mass: MIT)   

1998 Karen  Finley   Shut Up and Love Me  (Artspace Books)   

1998 Amelia  Jones   Body Art - Performing the Subject  (University of Minnesota)    More

1998 Ida  Applebroog   Nothing Personal: Paintings, 1987-1997  (USA: DAP/Corcoran Gallery of Art)   

1998 Whitney  Chadwick ed  Mirror Images: Women, Surrealism and Self-Representation  (Boston: MIT Press)    More

1998 Katy  Deepwell ed  Nuevo Critica Feminista de Arte  (Ediciones Cathedra,Universitat de Valencia/Instituto de la Mujer)   

1998 Jane  Blocker   Where is Ana Mendieta? Identity, Performance and Exile  (USA: Duke University Press)   

1998 Martha  Rosler   Martha Rosler: Positions in the Life World  (Massachussetts/MIT press, Birmingham/Ikon Gallery, Vienna/Generali Foundation)    More

1998 Moira  Roth   Difference Indifference : essays, interviews & performances  (G & B Arts International, June)   

1998 Moira  Roth   Rachel Rosenthal  (USA: John Hopkins University)    More

1998 Lorna  Simpson   Interior/Exterior, Full/ Empty  (USA : Wexner Center, February)   

1998 Lydia  Lunch   Paradoxia: A Predator's Diary  (London: Creation Books)   

1997, 2013 Margot Mifflin   Bodies of Subversion: A Secret History of Women and Tattoo  (Random House)   

1997, 1998 Arlene  Raven   JUNE WAYNE  (USA: University of Washington Press)   

1997 Kyra  Belan   Earth, Spirit and Gender: Visual Language for the New Reality  (American Heritage)   

1997 Mary  Kelly   Imaging Desire: Mary Kelly:Selected Writings  (MIT Press)    More

1997 Mary  Kelly. Curator: Judith Mastai   Social process--collaborative action : Mary Kelly 1970-75  (Vancouver : Charles H. Scott Gallery)   

1997 Carl  Haenlein ed  Rebecca Horn: The Glance of Infinity  (USA, Scalo; Germany, Kestner Gessellschaft)   

1997 Salah  Hassan ed  Gendered Visions: the Art of Contemporary Africana Women Artists  (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press)   

1997 Lucy  Lippard, commentary by Laura Cottingham   Hot Potatoes: From Minimalism to Activism  (New York Critical Voices Series from G+B Arts international, May)   

1997 Mira  Schor   Wet: On Painting, Feminism and Art Culture  (USA: Duke University Press)    More

1997     New Art Examiner  ((USA))  March v.24 

1997     San Francisco Transgender Film Festival (San Francisco)  ()  The San Francisco Transgender Film Festival (SFTFF) screens films that promote the visibility of transgender and gender variant people and challenge the mainstream media's negative stereotypes of our communities. We provide opportunities for transgender and gender variant media artists, build community through our film and performance events, and engage our audiences in cross-community dialogue. The festival takes place in November. 

1997     Women's Arts News  () 2007 a monthly newsletter from Women's Studio Center Inc., New York 

1997  McMullen Museum of Art   Re/Dressing Cathleen: contemporary works from Irish Women Artists  (Boston: McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College, Oct 5-Dec 7)   

1996  National Museum of Women in the Arts   Virgin Territory: Women, Gender and History in Contemporary Brazilian Art  (Washington, DC: National Museum of Women in the Arts)   

1996 Catherine de  Zegher   Inside the Visible  (Boston: ICA/ MIT: Kanaal Art Foundation)   

1996     University of Buffalo's Annual Women's Film Festival (New York)  ()  The festival runs from the third Thursday in February for six consecutive weeks. It shows films written, produced or directed by women and which also take gender, femininity or sexuality as their subject matter. The festival is arranged with the Institute for Education and Research on Women and Gender, part of Buffalo State University, New York. 16th Festival was 2012. 

1996 Maya  Angelou, Theresa Robinson et al ed  Bearing Witness: Contemporary Works by African American Women Artists  (New York, Rizzoli)   

1996 O. Leroux and M Jackson   Inuit Women Artists  (San Francisco: Chronicle Books )   

1996 Cherry  Smyth   Damn Fine Art by New Lesbian Artists  (Cassell)   

1996 Susan L. Stoops and Lynda Benglis, Whitney Chadwick   More than minimal : feminism and abstraction in the '70's  (Waltham. Mass.: Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University)   

1996 Adrian  Piper   Out of Order,Out of Sight (2 Vols)  (Boston, Mass: MIT)    More

1996 Cecilia  Puerto   Latin American Women Artists,Kahlo & Look Who Else. A Selective Annotated Bibliography  (Westport, Connecticut & London, Art Reference Collection, No.21)   

1996 Lucy  Lippard   The Pink Glass Swan: Selected Feminist Essays on Art  (New York: New Press )   

1996 Bell  Hooks   Art on My Mind:Visual Politics  (New York: New Press)   

1996 Jo Anna Isaak   Feminism and Contemporary Art: The Revolutionary Power of Women's Laughter  (London: Routledge)    More

1996 Francesca  Hughes ed  The Architect: Reconstructing Her Practice  (Boston: MIT Press)    More

1996 Amelia  Jones ed  Sexual Politics: Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party in Feminist Art History  (University of California Press)   

1996 Joanna  Frueh   Erotic Faculties  (Berkeley: University of California Press)   

1996 Georgia  Collins and Renee Sandell eds  Gender issues in art education : content, contexts, and strategies  (Reston, Va. : National Art Education Association)   

1996 Susie  Bright and Jill Posener   Nothing But the Girl: the Blatant Lesbian Image  (Cassell)   

1996 Betty Ann  Brown ed  Expanding Circles: Women, Art & Community  (New York: Midmarch Arts Press)    More

1996 Lynn  Hershman Leeson   Clicking In: Hot Links to a Digital Culture  (Seattle,Bay Press)   

1995 Whitney  Chadwick ed  Confessions of the Guerilla Girls: How a Bunch of Masked Avengers Fight Sexism and Racism in the Art World with Facts, Humor and Fake Fur  (London: Harper Collins)   

1995 Geraldine P. Biller ed  Latin American Women Artists,1915-1995  (USA:Milwaukee Art Museum)   

1995 Lucinda  Ebersole and Diane Apostolos-Cappadonna   Women Creativity and the Arts: Critical & Autbiographical Perspectives  (New York: Continuum)   

1995 Coco  Fusco   English is Broken Here: Notes on Cultural Fusion in the Americas  (New York)   

1995 Joanna  Frueh and C. Langer, A.Raven   Feminist Criticism: Art, Identity, Action  (Icon/Harper Collins)   

1995 Nina Felshin   But is It Art? : The Spirit of Art as Activism  (Seattle,Bay Press)   

1995 Carolyn  Korsmeyer and Peggy Z. Brand eds  Feminism and Tradition in Aesthetics  (Pennsylvanian: Penn State Press)   

1995 Jo Anna Isaak   Laughter Ten Years After  (USA: Hobart & William Smith Colleges Press)   

1995 Natalie  Harris Bluestone   Double vision : perspectives on gender and the visual arts  (Madison : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; London ; Cranbury, NJ : Associated University Presses)   

1995 Suzanne  Lacy ed  Mapping the Terrain: New Genre Public Art  (Seattle: Bay Press)   

1995 Candace  Lee   A Gathering Place: Art-Making by Asian/Pacific Women  (Southern California, Pacific/Asia Museum)   

1995 Leslie  King-Hammond ed  Gumbo Ya Ya: Anthology of Contemporary African-American Women Artists  (New York: Midmarch Press)   

1995 Faith Ringgold   We flew over the Bridge: The Memoirs of Faith Ringgold  (USA: Little Brown)   

1995 Diane  Neumaier ed  Reframings: New American Feminist Photographers  (Philadelphia: Temple University Press)   

1995 Marcia  Tucker   Bad Girls  (Boston,Mass: MIT)   

1995 Naomi  Schor   Bad Objects  (USA: Duke University Press)   

1995     Southwest Art  ((USA))  (November) Vol.25. No.6 

1995 Peggy Z. Brand and Carolyn Korsmeyer eds  Feminism and Tradition in Aesthetics  (Pennsylvanian: Penn State Press)   

1995 Lynn  Zelevansky   Sense and Sensibility: Women Artists and Minimalism in the Nineties  (Thames and Hudson/New York:MOMA)   

1995     October  ((USA))  (Winter) No.71 pp.103-19 

1995 Diane  Apostolos-Cappadonna and Lucinda Ebersole eds  Women Creativity and the Arts: Critical & Autbiographical Perspectives  (New York: Continuum)   

1995 Kathy  Acker and Robin Kahn, Antal Ronell   Time Capsule: A Concise Encyclopedia by Women Artists  (Creative Time)   

1995     Art Journal  ((USA))  (Spring) 'Clothing as subject' 

1994, 1995 Mara  Witzling   Voicing Todays Visions  (London: Women's Press)   

1994 Paul  Von Blum   Other visions, other voices : women political artists in greater Los Angeles  (Lanham, MD ; London : University Press of America)   

1994 Elizabeth  Shepherd   Secrets,Dialogues, Revelations: The Art of Betye and Alison Saar  (University of Washington Press)   

1994 Salwa Mikdadi  Nashashibi et al   Forces of change : artists of the Arab world  (Lafayette, Calif. : International Council for Women in the Arts, Also published by National Museum of Women in the Arts)   

1994 Anette Kubitza   Die Kunst, das Loch, die Frau : feministische Kontroversen um Judy Chicagos "Dinner Party"  (Pfaffenweiler : Centaurus)   

1994 Jane R. Glaser and Artemis A.Zentou eds  Gender Perspectives: Essays on Women in Museums  (Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Press)   

1994 Elizabeth  Biasio   'The Burden of Women - Women Artists in Ethiopia' New Trends in Ethiopian Studies: Papers of the 12th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies  (New Brunswick: The Red Sea Press & Michigan State University)   

1994 Norma  Broude and Mary Garrard   The Power of Feminist Art : Emergence,Impact and Triumph of the American Feminist Art Movement  (New York: Harry N. Abrams)    More

1994     Art Papers  ()  Vol. 18 No. 6 special issue on Lesbian Artists 

1994 Abigail Solomon-Godeau   Photography at the Dock: Essays on Photographic History, Institutions, and Practices  (University of Minnesota Press)   

1993 Lynda Hart and Peggy Phelan eds  Acting out : feminist performances  (Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press)   

1993 Aracy  Amaral and Paulo Herkenhoff   UltraModern: The Art of Contemporary Brazil  (Washington DC: National Museum of Women in the Arts)   

1993 Robert  Henkes   The Art of Black American Women: Works of 24 Artists of the Twentieth Century  (Jefferson:McFarland & Co)   

1993 Carol  Duncan   The aesthetics of power : essays in the critical art history  (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press)   

1993 Hilde  Hein and Carolyn Korsmeyer eds  Aesthetics in Feminist Perspective  (Indiana University Press/Hypatia Inc.)   

1993 Pamela  Gruininger Perkins and S. Schwartz   The Subject of Rape  (New York: Whitney Museum)   

1993 JoAnn  Hanley and Ann-Sargent Wooster   The First Generation: Women and Video,1970-1975  (New York:Independent Curators Incorporated)   

1993 Vera Norwood   Made From This Earth: American Women and Nature  (USA Chapel Hill: University of North Caroline Press)   

1993 Margarita  Tupitsyn    After Perestroika : Kitchenmaids or Stateswomen  (New York : Independent Curators. Margarita Tupitsyn, curator; essays by Margarita Tupitsyn and Martha Rosler.)   

1993 Kathy  Vargas and Connie Arismendi   Intimate Lives: Work by Ten Contemporary Women Latina Artists  (Austin, Texas: Women and their Work)   

1992 Judy  Siegel   Mutiny and the Mainstream: Talk that Changed Art,1975-1990  (New York:Midmarsh Pres)   

1992     International Review of African American Art  ((USA))  v.9 No.2 'African American Women Artists: Another Generation' 

1992 Lynda  Nead   The Female Nude: Art,Obscenity and Sexuality  (London: Routledge)   

1992 Betty La Duke    Women Artists:Multi-cultural visions  (USA: Red Sea Press)   

1992 Rosalind  Krauss   The Optical Unconscious  (Boston: MIT Press)    More

1992 Robert L. Hall    Gathered Visions: Selected Works by African American Women Artists  (Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press)   

1992 Joanna  Frueh and C. Langer, A.Raven eds  Feminist Art Criticism: An Anthology  (Icon/Harper Collins)   

1992  San Juan   Nuestro Autorretrato. La Mujer artista y la autoimagen en un contexto multicultural  (Puerto Rico, San Juan)   

1992 Norma  Broude and Mary Garrard   The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History  (New York: Icon Harper Collins)    More

1992 Susan Bowers and Ronad DoHerer eds  Sexuality, the Female Gaze and the Arts: Women, the Arts & Society  (Selinsgrove, Susquehanna University Press)   

1992     Heresies vol 26 / IdiomA  () 1992 special issue collaboration in English (US) and Russian between these two journals 

1991     Art Journal  ((USA))  Vol. 50, No. 2, Feminist Art Criticism (Summer, 1991) 

1991     Antiquity  ( (USA))  September, Vol.65 

1991     Hot Flashes  ((New York: Guerrilla Girls)) 1993  

1991 Nancy  Grove   Magical Mixtures - Marisol Portrait Sculpture  ()   

1991 Mary Jane  Jacob   Shikego Kubota: Video Sculpture  (University of Washington Press)   

1991 Lucy Lim   Six Contemporary Chinese Women Artists  (San Francisco: Chinese Culture Center)   

1991 Gerald  L . Belcher and Margaret L. Belcher eds  Collecting souls, gathering dust : the struggles of two American artists : Alice Neel and Rhoda Medary  (New York : Paragon House)   

1991 Mary-Ann  Milford-Lutzker   Women Artists of India: A Celebration of Independence  (Oakland, Mills College Art Museum)   

1991 S. Rubin Suleiman   'Feminism and Postmodernism: A Question of Politics' in C.Jencks A Postmodern Reader  (London: Academy Editions)   

1991 Brian  Wallis ed  If You Lived Here: The City in Art,Theory and Social Activism: A Project by Martha Rosler  (Seattle: Bay Press)   

1991     Women's Film Festival (Battleboro, Vermont)  ()  This festival shows films produced or directed by women. It occurs in mid-March for 10 days.  

1990 Janet Woolf   Feminine Sentences:Essays on Women and Culture  (Polity)   

1990 Edward  Sullivan and Linda Nochlin   Women in Mexico/La Mujer en Mexico  (New York: National Academy of Design)   

1990     Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism  ((USA))  (Fall) v.48 n.4 

1990 L. Nicholson ed  Feminism/Postmodernism  (Routledge)   

1990 Patricia  Mellencamp   Indiscretions: Avantgarde Film,Video & Feminisms  (USA, Indiana University Press)   

1990 Faith  Ringgold, with essays by Eleanor Flomenhaft,Lowery S.Sims,Thalia Gouma-Peterson & Moira Roth   Odyssey of Faith : Faith Ringgold: A 25 Year Survey  (Fine Arts Museum of Long Island April-June)   

1990     Hypatia  ()  v.5 n.2 'Feminist Aesthetics' 

1990  Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Puerto Rico   Mujeres Artistas: Protagonistas de los Ochenta  (Santo Domingo : Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Puerto Rico; Museo de las Casas Reales, 7 March-6 April,1990: Puerto Rico, San Juan,Museo de Arte Contempraneo de Puerto Rico,18 May-9 July,1990)   

1990 Phoebe Farris ed  Women Artists of Colour: A bio-critical Sourcebook to 20th Century Artists in the Americas  (Westport, Conneticut: Greenwood Press)   

1990     Artweek  ((USA))  8 Feb, v.21 

1989 Elizabeth Jessie  Garber   Feminist polyphony : a conceptual understanding of feminist art criticism in the 1980s  (Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI)   

1989 Dale K. Haworth et al ed  What does she want? : current feminist art from the First Bank Collection (Carleton College Jan. 7-Mar. 12, 1989 ; Women's Art Registry of Minnesota Apr. 8-May 13, 1989)  (Minneapolis : First Bank System, Division of Visual Arts)   

1989 Betty Ann  Brown and Arlene Raven, Kenna Love, Alessandra Comini   Exposures : women & their art  (Pasadena, Calif.: NewSage Press)   

1989 Sylvia  Moore ed  Yesterday & Tomorrow: California Women Artists  (New York: Midmarch Press)   

1989 R.  Rosen and C. Brauer   Making their Mark:Women Artists Move into the Mainstream,1970-1985  (USA,Abbeville Press)   

1988, 1992 Ronald Dotterer, S. Kraft and S. Bowers eds  Politics, Gender and the Arts: Women, the Arts and Society  (Selingrove, Philadelphia: Susquehanna University Press)   

1988 Susana Toruella Leval   Growing Beyond: Women Artists from Puerto Rico  (Museum of Modern Art of Latin America)   

1988 Arlene  Raven   Crossing Over: Feminism and the Art of Social Concern  (USA: Ann Arbor,Michegan: U.M.I.)   

1988 Guerrilla  Girls   The Guerrilla Girls' Bedside Companion to the History of Western Art  (UK,Harmondsworth,Penguin)   

1988 Salah  Hassan ed  Genders and Nations: Artistic Perspectives, Shirin Neshat and Chila Kumari Burman, with essays by Octavio Zaya and Katy Deepwell  (Ithaca, NY: Herbert F Johnson Museum of Art)   

1987     Women's Studies Quarterly  ((USA))  Vol.15. No.1-2 

1987 Guerrilla  Girls   The Banana Report: The Guerrilla Girls Review the Whitney  (exhibition catalogue, The Clocktower, New York)   

1987     Sage: A Scholarly Journal on Black Women  ((USA))  (Spring) Vol.4.No.1 

1987 Hilary Robinson ed  Visibly Female  (Camden Press)   

1987     Art Papers  ()  Feminist issue 

1987     Connexions: An International Women's Quarterly  ()  (Fall) no.24 

1986     Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival, (Colorado)  ()  The Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival is the longest continuous-running women's film festival in the US. It showcases documentary, feature, short and animated films that are thought-provoking and enriching, and that encourage global awareness and personal growth. The Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival honors films and filmmakers that present the world as women experience it and that inspire curiosity, educate, entertain, and stimulate conversation. Founded by Donna Guthrie and Jerre Martin in 1986, the festival takes place every November. 

1986 Judy  Chicago   Through the Flower: My Struggle as a Woman Artist  (NY:Garden City/Doubleday/ Anchor)   

1986 Judy  Chicago   The Dinner Party: A Symbol of Our Heritage  (NY:Garden City/Doubleday/ Anchor)   

1985 Judy  Chicago   The Birth Project  (NY:Garden City/Doubleday)   

1985 Craig  Owens   'The Discourse of Others' in H.Foster Postmodern Culture  (Pluto, also reprinted as The Anti-Aesthetic)   

1985 Betty La Duke    Companeras: Women,Art & social Change in Latin America  (San Francisco)   

1985     Through Women's Eyes (Sarasota, Florida)  ()  The festival aims to combine the work of domestic and international female filmmakers during a week-long festival in April. The festival is partnered by the film distributors Women Make Movies (WMM).  

1984 Diane L. Fowlkes and Charlotte S. McClure eds  Feminist visions : towards a transformation of the liberal arts curriculum (Papers from "A fabric of our own making" : southern scholars on women, held Mar. 4-7, 1981, at Georgia State University, Atlanta)  (University of Alabama Press)   

1984 Lucy  Lippard   Get the Message? A Decade of Art for Social Change  (New York: E.P.Dutton)   

1984 Cindy  Lyle and Silvia Moore, Cynthia Navaretta eds  Women Artists of the World  (New York: Midmarch Arts Press)   

1984 Harmony  Hammond   Wrappings : essays on feminism, art, and the martial arts  (New York, N.Y. : TSL Press)   

1983 Mary  Kelly   Post-Partum Document  (London: Routledge)   

1983     Women in the Arts  ( (National Museum of Women in the Arts,Washington)) -present quarterly from National Museum for Women in the Arts, (1983-present), now published on issuu 

1983     The Journal of Women and Performance  ((New York)) current  

1983 Lucy  Lippard   Overlay: Contemporary Art and the Art of PreHistory  (New York:Pantheon Press)   

1983 Moira  Roth   The Amazing Decade:Women & Performance Art in America,1970-1980  (Los Angeles: Astro Artz)   

1983     Hurricane Alice  () 1985  

1982 Deborah  Wye   Louise Bourgeois  (New York: MOMA)   

1981 Linda  Weintraub   Women Look at Women: Feminist Art for the 1980s  (USA: Allentown,PA: Center for the Arts,Muhlenberg College)   

1981     Southwest Art  ((USA))  (April) Vol.10.No.11 

1981     The Blatant Image  ((Wolfcreek,OR,USA)) 1983  

1981 Lynn F.  Miller and Sally S. Swenson   Lives and Works: Talks with Women Artists  (New York,Metuchen, London: Scarecrow Press)   

1980 Judy  Chicago   Embroidering Our Heritage: The Dinner Party Needlework  (NY:Garden City/Doubleday/ Anchor)   

1980     Women in Photography  ((Los Angeles))  replaced by f2 eZine online 

1980 Elaine  Hedges and Ingrid Wendt   In Her Own Image: Women Working in the Arts  (New York:Feminist Press)   

1980     Woman Tide  ((USA: Boston Women's Art Alliance)) 1981  

1980 Lucy  Lippard   Issue: Social Strategies by Women Artists  (London: ICA)   

1980     Women's Art Registry of Minnesota (WARM) Journal  ((Minneapolis,USA)) 2010 now published online as a blog 

1980     Woman's Art Journal  () current  

1980     Art News  ((USA))  October, Vol.70 No. 8 

1980 Elaine  Hedges and Ingrid Wendt eds  In Her Own Image: Women Working in the Arts  (New York: Feminist Press)   

1980 Arna  Alexander Bontemps   Forever Free: Art by African-American Women  (Alexandria, Va.: Stephenson)   

1979     Art Criticism  ((USA))  Vol.1.No.2. 

1979 Judy  Loeb ed  Feminist Collage: Educating Women in the Visual Arts  (USA: Columbia University:Teachers College Press)   

1979 Eleanor  Munro   Originals: American Women Artists  (New York: Simon Schuster)   

1979     The Southern Quarterly : A Journal of Arts in the South "Art & Feminism"  ((USA))  (Winter) Vol.17 No.2 

1979     New Art Examiner  ( (USA))  (Summer) 'Sexuality in Art' issue 

1979     Helicon Nine: A Journal of Women's Art and Letters  ((Kansas City,USA)) 1989  

1979 Nancy Buchanan ed  Social Works  (Los Angeles: LA Institute of Contemporary Arts)   

1978, 1994 Sherry Piland and Donna Bachmann eds  Women artists : an historical, contemporary, and feminist bibliography  (Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press)   

1978 Joelynn Snyder-Ott   Women and creativity  (Millbrae, Calif. : Les Femmes Pub.)   

1978     Washington Women's Art Center News  ((USA)) 1986 newsletter of Washington Women's Art Center 

1978     Kassandra: Feministische Zeitschrift fur die VisuellenKunste  ((Berlin, Germany))  (one issue only) 

1978     Women Studies  ((USA))  Vol.6 No.1 'Women Artists on Women Artists' 

1977     Creative Woman  ((Arlington Heights,IL,USA)) 1994  

1977     Heresies  ((New York)) 1996  

1977     Chrysalis: A Magazine of Women's Culture  ((Los Angeles)) 1980  

1977 Faith  Wilding   By Our Own Hands: A History of Women Artists Movement in South California  (Los Angeles)   

1977     Artweek  ((USA))  22 Jan, v.8 no.4. 

1977     Artweek  ((USA))  5 Feb, v.8. no.6 

1976 - 1977     Visual Dialog  ((USA))  (Winter) Vol.2 No.3 

1976     Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture and Media Studies  ((Berkeley, CA,USA)) current  

1976     Womenart  ((New York)) 1978  

1976 Lucy  Lippard   From the Center:Feminist Essays on Women's Art  (New York: Dutton)   

1976     Art Journal  ((USA))  (Summer) Vol 35 No.4 

1975, 1995 Cindy  Nemser   Art Talk:Conversations with 12 Women Artists  (USA)   

1975 - 1976     National Sculpture Review  ()  (Winter) Vol.24. No.4 

1975 - 1976     Visual Dialog  ((USA))  (Winter) Vol.1 No. 2 

1975  Feminist Art Program   Art: A Woman's Sensibility  (Valencia: California Institute of the Arts)   

1975 Christine  Craig   The Changing Status of Women in the Arts: A Preliminary Reference  (Kingston,Jamaica: Women's Bureau)   

1975     National Sculpture Review  ()  (Summer- Fall) Vol.24 nos.2-3 

1975     Women's Art News Book Review/ Women Artists' Newsletter  ((New York)) 1998  

1975 Lucy Lippard   ca. 7,500  (Valencia: California Institute of the Arts, also shown in London)   

1975 Margery Mann, Ann Noggle   Women of Photography: An Historical Survey (an exhibition catalogue)  (USA: San Francisco: SFMOA)   

1974     Arts in Society  ((USA))  (Spring/ Summer) Vol 11 No.1. 'Women and the Arts' 

1974 Miriam  Schapiro   Anonymous was a Woman: A Documentation of the Women's Art Festival : A Collection of Letters to Young Women Artists  (Valencia: California Institute of the Arts)   

1973     Womenspace Journal  ((USA))  v.1, no.1-3 

1972     Feminist Art Journal  ((New York)) 1977  

1972     Amazon Quarterly  ((Oakland: California)) 1975 A lesbian feminist arts quarterly 

1972     Take One  ((USA))  (February) Vol.3 No.2 

1972 Jacqueline Skiles   The Women Artists Movement  (Pittsburgh: PA,Know,Inc)   

1971     Women in the Arts Newsletter  ((Women in the Arts Foundation)) current (formerly Women in the Arts Bulletin) 

1971 Jacqueline Skiles and Janet McDevitt ed  A Documentary Herstory of Women Artists in Revolution  (New York: Women Artists in Revolution)   

1971 E.  Baker and T.Hess  eds  Art and Sexual Politics  (New York,London)   

     Virago Gallery (formerly Twilight Gallery), Seattle  ()   

     Women's Art Coalition (1989-2003) at New York Public Library, Archives and Manuscripts  ()   

     Chicks Fliks Film Festival (Texas)  ()  Chick Flicks supports the mission of Women In Film Dallas by providing opportunities for female filmmakers to showcase their work.Throughout the year Chick Flicks offers special screenings of features or short films from local and international women.In the fall, Chick Flicks produces an annual Chick Flicks Festival featuring short films by Texas women 

     M.A.L.I. Women's Film & Performance Arts Conference (Austin, Texas)  ()  The MALI Women’s Film & Performance Arts Conference is wholly focused on the contributions of all women, with a special emphasis on womyn of Latin, African, African-American, Asian, Middle Eastern, Pacific Islander, European and Indigenous descent. Held events in 2009 and 2011. 

     Citizen Jane Film Festival  ()  The Citizen Jane Film Festival, an festival celebrating and showcasing the work of female filmmakers from around the world takes place in Columbia, Missouri. CJFF grew out of a collaboration with Stephens College. 

     IMAN, International Muslimah Women Artists Network  ()  Established by Nora Hammoude and Safiya Godlas, a network and online member's gallery, based in the USA, site no longer operates: http://www.imanworld.org/Site_7/IMAN_.html 

     IOWA Women Artists Oral History Project  ()  An oral history project of 79 women artists interviewed in 1998-1999 

     Judy Chicago's Through the Flower official website  ()   

     Korean American Women Artists and Writers Association (KAWAWA)  ()  Site - http://www.kawawa.org/ - no longer active. Group still registered in San Francisco. Facebook page has replaced this link. 

     Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series Exhibits  ()  from the Mabel Smith Douglass Library, Douglass College Rutgers-the State University of NJ,USA 

     Midmarch Arts Press  ()   

     National Association of Women Artists USA  ()   

     National Museum of Women in the Arts,Washington DC  ()  also runs the Clara database on women artists 

     WomenArts (formerly) Fund for Women Artists  ()  Based since Summer 2012 in Berkeley, runs SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) days, active since 1994. 

     Guerrilla Girls  ()   

     A.I.R.: Women's art cooperative gallery  ()  founded in 1972 located in New York City 

     Artwomen.org  ()  an American-based gallery and list for feminist art history, 2001-2006 (website deleted) 

     African American Women in Cinema (AAWIC) Film Festival (New York)  ()  The festival is held over three days in New York. Specific information on the festival is released on the organisation's website closer to that date. The remit of the festival is work produced by talented women of minorities. 

     The Athena Centre Film Festival (New York)  ()  In connection with the Athena Centre at Barnard University in New York, the film festival will celebrate Women's leadership. The festival happens every year in February.  

     Pan-African Women's Film Festival (Minneapolis)  ()  Open to anyone who registers for the Pan-African Women's Summit, the Film Festival includes films that document the history, culture and life of the black diaspora. There are facilitated discussions to accompany each film hosted by activists and commentators. The summit, festival and related events take place every August.
Site currently down.  

     Baltimore Women's Film Festival  ()  "This non-profit festival is held during October, breast cancer awareness month. 50% of all ticket sale proceeds are donated to breast cancer research and the outreach/survivorship program for breast cancer patients. The Baltimore Women's Film Festival was founded by women who want to merge cinematic creativity, art and innovation surrounding film festival events with a focus on seeking advancement and change in women's health issues." 

     Womanhouse  ()  Faith Wilding's site about the Womanhouse (Los Angeles, 1972) project, with works, photos, essays describing it. 

     Anonymous was a Woman  ()  This organisation offers awards of an unrestricted grant of $25,000 that enables women artists, over 40 years of age and at a significant juncture in their lives or careers, to continue to grow and pursue their work. 

     Feminist_Art_Base at Elizabeth Sackler Centre for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, New York  ()  Beginning with the artists in Global Feminisms, the database has expanded considerably in recent years especially on several generations of artists in New York. 

     International Foundation for Women in the Arts  ()   

     International Museum of Muslim Women: Muslima: Muslim Women's Art & Voices  ()  An offshoot of the Global Fund for Women aiming to profile Muslim women's voices in art and culture 

     Feminist Fiber Art (Boston)  ()   

     Clara database at National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC  ()   

     Women's Art Resource of Minnesota (WARM)  ()   

     Moore Women Artists  ()  network for women artists from Moore College of Art and Design, Canada 

     The Feminist Museum  ()  2013-2014, activities of exhibitions organised by 5 women at University of Oregon: Britt Bowen, Cat Bradley, Stephanie Johnson, Mattie Reynolds, and Sarah Turner. 

     Bunny Collective  ()   

     She Loves Collective (Los Angeles)  ()   

     Wild Women Artists (Reno, USA)  ()  Founded in 1995, holds 2 annual shows a year. 

     Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon on Feminism and Art  ()   

     Go! Push Pops http://thepushpopcollective.tumblr.com/mission  ()  The Push Pops are a radical, transnational queer performance feminist art collective (started 2010). 

     New York Society of Women Artists (1925- )  ()   

     The Coven  ()  (2012 - ) 

     Art Baby Gallery  ()  Art Baby Gallery is a digital exhibition space founded by Grace Miceli in 2011, and organising exhibitions in different venues in Asia, USA and UK. 

     Pen and Brush  ()   

     Arkansas Artist Registry  ()   

     South Asian Women’s Creative Collective (SAWCC)  ()   

     Miriam Schapiro Papers on women artists at Rutgers University  ()   

  Siglio Press   The Feminist Portal: the heterodoxical, sprawling expanse of work by women  (Ruver Hudson Valley: Siglio Press)  This feminist portal lists additional information on women artists covered by Siglio Press 

     Kentucky Foundation for Women  ()   

     Art Table  ()  ArtTable is a national membership organization dedicated to advancing women's professional leadership in the visual arts.  

     Women Artists Group of Bend, Oregon (2012-)  ()   

     American Women Artists' Association  ()   

     Women Artists of the West, Inc  ()   

     World's Women On-line  ()  a project by Muriel Magenta 

     Woman Made Gallery, Chicago  ()   

     Women Art and Revolution  ()  Website for Lynn Hershman Leeson's film Women, Art and Revolution 

     Asian American Women Artists Association  ()  Organises exhibitions, publications, education projects and administers a support network for its US-wide members 

     Madcat Film Festival (San Francisco)  ()  MadCat has established a strong reputation for programming series of acute and insightful films audiences would be hard pressed to find anywhere else. MadCat sets itself apart from other women's festivals by curating its programs thematically as opposed to looking for films solely about women's issues. The festival takes place in September. 

     Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum  ()  Permanently houses and presents Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party alongside a rolling programme of exhibitions, projects and events. 

     Women Artists in Revolution records, 1970-1978 (at Archives of American Art, Washington, DC)  ()   

     Mommy by Susan Silas and Chrysanne Stathacos  ()  Interviews with contemporary women artists working for more than 20 years. 

     Retracing the Feminist Art Program  ()  a site exploring the history of women artists involved in the Feminist Art program in the early 1970s 

     San Francisco women artists association and gallery  ()   

     Feminist Art Project (at Rutgers University)  ()  started in 2006 to list events and commemorate historic anniversaries in the American Women's Art Movement from the 1970s, continues as news service, archived site and annual day of events at College Art Associations' annual conferences. 

     Varo Registry formerly, the Women Artists Online Registry  ()   

     Women Artists Archives National Directory (WAAND)  ()  A database of archives of women artists in the USA which possess material on or about women artists, run by Rutgers University 

     The Women's Building, Los Angeles, USA  ()  see also e-book From Site to Vision 

     Women Artists page of Women's Resource Project, North Carolina  ()   

     Women in the Arts Foundation (WIA)  ()  founded in 1971, incorporated in 1973 as a not-for-profit. 

     Women Make Movies  ()  A non-profit feminist distributor of more than 400 films and videotapes 

     Women Painters of Washington  ()  founded 1930 

     Women Printmakers of Austin  ()  A US printmakers group 

     WomEnhouse  ()  a virtual Womanhouse project curated/edited by Amelia Jones et al.
Site currently down. 

     Womens Caucus for the Arts  ()  A national organisation for women in the arts 

     Women's Environmental Artists Directory  ()   

     Women's Studio Workshop  ()  since 1974 has provided working studios, artists residencies, artists book publishing. Located in the Hudson Valley ninety miles from NYC. 

     Central Illinois Feminist Film Festival Eastern Illinois University  ()  The festival screenings take place in late March.