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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 Liz Rideal and Kathleen Soriano   Madam & Eve: Women Portraying Women  (Lawrence King)   

2018 Kimberley Lamm   Addressing the Other Woman: Textual Correspondences in Feminist Art & Writing  (Manchester University Press)   

2018 Agata Jakubowska and Katy Deepwell eds  All-women art spaces in Europe in the long 1970s  (Liverpool University Press)   

2018 Lucy Reynolds   Women Artists, Feminism and the Moving Image: Contexts and Practices  (IB Tauris)   

2018     Coming Out: Sexuality, Gender and Identity (July 28 – November 5, 2017, Liverpool and Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery 2 Dec 2017 - 15 Apr 2018)  (Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool)   

2017 Sarah  Joy-Ford   Cut Cloth: Contemporary Textiles (exhibition at Whitworth Art Gallery and Portico Library, Manchester)  (UK: PO Publishing)   

2017 Alyce Mahon, Susanna Greeves eds  Dreamers Awake (a commercial gallery exhibition of 50+ women artists/Surrealisms today, 28 June -17 September)  (White Cube Bermondsey)   

2017 Tricia  Cusack, Síghle Bhreathnach-Lynch eds  Art, Nation and Gender: Ethnic Landscapes, Myths and Mother-Figures (1st ed. 2003)  (Routledge)   

2017 Lara Perry and Victoria Horne eds  Feminism and Art History Now: Radical Critiques of Theory and Practice  (IB Tauris)   

2017     Third Text 'Social Reproduction and Art' (no. 144, Jan 2017) Guest Editors: Angela Dimitrakaki and Kirsten Lloyd  (Routledge)   

2017 Karen Wright ed  Entangled: Threads & Making  (Turner Contemporary)    More

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 Cooper Gallery, Dundee   Of Other Spaces: Where Does Gesture Become Event? Chapter Two (20 Jan-4 March)  (Dundee: Cooper Gallery)    

2017 Rosemarie Buikema, and Iris van der Tuin eds  Doing gender in media, art and culture (1st ed. 2009)  (Routledge)   

2017 Penny Florence and Nicola Foster eds  Differential Aesthetics: art practices, philosophy and feminist understandings (1st ed. Aldershot: Aldgate, 2000)  (Routledge)   

2017 Rosemary Betterton   Maternal bodies in the visual arts  (Manchester: Manchester University Press (1st ed. 2014))   

2017 Grace Banks   Play With Me: Dolls, Women and Art  (Lawrence King)   

2016 Marsha Meskimmon and Phil Sawdon   Drawing Difference: Connections Between Gender and Drawing  (IB Tauris)   

2016     We are Orlando  (Philemena Epps)   

2016 Marion Arnold and Marsha Meskimmon eds  Home/Land: Women, Citizenship, Photographies  (Liverpool University Press)   

2016 Alexandra Kokoli   The Feminist Uncanny in Theory and Art Practice  (Bloomsbury)   

2016 Manchester Whitworth Gallery   Art_Textiles (10 October to 31 January 2016)  (Manchester: Whitworth)   

2016 Lindsay  Kelley   Bioart Kitchen: Art, Feminism and Technoscience  (IB Tauris)   

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

2015 Maria Walsh, Mo Throp eds  Twenty Years of MAKE Magazine: Back to the Future of Women's Art  (IB Tauris)   

2015 Heather  Hanna   Women Framing Hair: Serial Strategies in Contemporary Art  (Cambridge Scholars Publishing)   

2015 Hilary  Robinson ed  Feminism Art Theory: An Anthology 1968 - 2014, 2nd Edition  (Wiley)   

2015     Art Verve: online journal on women's art  (SLWA) 2016 (open access on issu)4 editions published by the South London Women Artists 

2015 Lois Weaver ed  Are We There Yet? Live Art Development Agency Study Room Guide on Live Art and Feminism  (Live Art Development Agency)   

2014 Alice  Brooke, Giulia Smith & Rózsa Farkas  eds  Re-materialising feminism  (London: Arcadia Missa)    More

2014 Maria  Ioannou and Maria Kyriakidou eds  Female beauty in art : history, feminism, women artists  (Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K. : Cambridge Scholars)   

2014 Siona Wilson   Art labor, sex politics : feminist effects in 1970s British art and performance  (Minneapolis University of Minnesota Press)   

2014 Alison Phipps   The Politics of the Body: Gender in a Neoliberal and Neoconservative Age  (Polity)   

2013 Siobhan Shilton   Transcultural encounters: Visualising France and the Maghreb in contemporary art  (Manchester: Manchester University Press)   

2013     TENDER: Quarterly Journal made by Women (April)  ()  tender was established in April 2013 as a platform for work by female-identified writers and artists. 

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

2013 Angela Dimitrakaki   Gender, artWork and the global imperative: A materialist feminist critique  (Manchester: Manchester University Press)   

2013 Marsha Meskimmon and Dorothy Rowe eds  Women, the Arts and Globalization: Eccentric Experience  (Manchester University Press)   

2013 Griselda Pollock   After-affects | Afterimages: Trauma and Aesthetic Transformation in a virtual feminist museum  (Manchester University Press)   

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

2013 Suzanne Chan   Critical Diaspora: Women, Art and Migration  (London: IB Tauris)   

2013 Alana Jelenik   This is Not Art and Other "Not-Art"  (London: IB Tauris)   

2013 Angela Dimitrakaki and Lara Perry eds  Politics in a Glass Case  (Liverpool University Press)   

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

2012 Jill Bennett   Practical Aesthetics  (London: IB Tauris)   

2012     London Feminist Film Festival  ()  Starting this year, 29 Nov - 2 Dec 2012 at the Hackney Picturehouse in London, this international film festival aims to profile women directors, selected from an open submission, combined with a screening of feminist classics. Deadline for open submission is Aug 2012: London Feminist Film Festival [lfff@londonfeministfilmfestival.com] 

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

2011 Kathy Battista   Re-Negotiating the Body: Feminist Art in 1970s London  (London: I B Tauris)   

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

2011 Catherine Grant and Lori Waxman eds  Girls! Girls! Girls! in Contemporary Art  (Intellect, Bristol )   

2011 Susan Best   Visualizing Feeling, Affect and the Feminine Avant-garde  (I.B. Tauris, London)   

2011 Susan Best   Visualizing Feeling: Affect and the feminine avant-garde  (London: IB Tauris)   

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

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

2010 Marsha Meskimmon   Contemporary art and the Cosmopolitan Imagination  (Routledge)   

2010     Underwire (London)  ()  UnderWire looks to recognise the best short work made by women across a range of crafts,from director to cinematographer; screenwriter to editor. UnderWire believes that a more gender balanced industry will benefit everyone by creating a diversity of perspectives, stories and experiences for audiences. The festival runs in November, annually. 

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)   

2008 Griselda  Pollock and Victoria Turvey-Sauron   The Sacred and the Feminine: Imagination and Sexual Difference  (London: IB Tauris)   

2008 Suzanne Treister and Marek Kohn   Suzanne Treister: NATO: The Military Codification System for the Ordering of Everything in the World  (London: Black Dog Publishing)    More

2008 Lene Burkard ed  Julie Roberts - in retro  (Odense: Kunsthallen Brandts)    More

2008 Susan  Hiller (Alexandra Kokoli, editor)   The Provisional Texture of Reality Selected Talks and Texts, 1977–2007  (JRP Ringier)   

2008 Alexandra M. Kokoli ed  Feminism Reframed: Reflections on art and Difference  (Cambridge Scholars, Publishing)   

2007 Rebecca Fortnum   British Women Artists  (London: IB Tauris)   

2007 Judith Rugg and Michele Sedgwick eds  Issues in Curating Contemporary Art and Performance  (Bristol: Intellect Books)    More

2007     Women's Arts Association / Cymdeithas Celfyddyau Menywod  ()   

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

2007 Donna  Petrescu ed  Altering Practices: Feminist Politics and Poetics of Space  (Routledge)    More

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

2007     Frieze "Feminism" 105 March  ()  "Feminism" no.105 (March) 

2007 Griselda Pollock   Encounters in the Virtual Feminist Museum: Time, Space and the Archive  (Routledge)   

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

2006 Griselda Pollock and Alison Rowley   Now and Then: Feminism, art and history; a critical response to Documenta XI  (Leeds: CentreCath)   

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

2006 Ruth Ben-Tovim and Trish O'Shea   Encounters: The Shop Collections  (UK: Sheffield, Site Gallery)    More

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

2005 Daly Eileen and Melanie Keen eds  Necessary Journeys  (Arts Council of England: Decibel, Blackworld)    More

2005 Stephen Bode ed  Jananne Al-Ani  (London: Film and Video Umbrella)    More

2005 Katy  Deepwell   Dialogues: Women Artists from Ireland  (London: IB Tauris)   

2005 Ursula  Burke and Ruth Jones   And the one doesn't stir without the other  (Belfast : Ormeau Baths Gallery)   

2005 David Mellor   Lilianne Lijn  (UK:Warwick Arts Centre: Mead Gallery)    More

2005     Contemporary (visual arts)  ((UK))  No. 71 

2005 Yve  Lomax   Sounding the Event: Escapades in Dialogue and Matters of art, Nature and Time  (London: IB Tauris)    More

2004 Gill  Perry ed  Difference and Excess in Contemporary Art: The Visibility of Women's Practice  (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing)    More

2004 Luciana  Parisi   Abstract Sex: Philosophy, Biotechnology and the Mutations of Desire  (London: Continuum)    More

2004 Barbara  Bolt   Art Beyond Representation: The Performative Power of the Image  (London IB Tauris)    More

2004 Rosemary  Betterton ed  Unframed: Practices and Politics of Women's Contemporary Painting  (London: IB Tauris)    More

2004 Penny  Florence   Sexed Universals in Contemporary Art  (New York: Allworth Press)    More

2004 Alicia  Foster   Tate Women Artists  (London: Tate Publishing)    More

2004 Natalie  Jeremijenko and Eugene Thacker   Creative Biotechnology: A User's Manual  (Newcastle: Locus +)    More

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

2003 Marsha  Meskimmon   Women Making Art: History, Subjectivity, Aesthetics  (London: Routledge)    More

2003 Kate  Newton and Christine Rolf   Masquerade: Women's Contemporary Portrait Photography Ellipsis  (Vol. 2 Cardiff: Fotogallery)    More

2003 Robert Pinto, Nicolas Bourriaud and Maia Damianovic   Lucy Orta  (London: Phaidon)    More

2003     Images of Black Women Festival (London)  ()  IBW is an international film festival that celebrates and promotes women of African Descent in cinema, whether they are on screen or behind the camera. The festival spans two months from March to April.  

2003 Tessa  Adams and Andrea Duncan   The feminine case : Jung, aesthetics and creative process  (London ; New York : Karnac)   

2003 Maria Manuel Lisboa   Paula Rego's Map of Memory: National and Sexual Politics  (Ashgate)   

2002     Birds-Eye View Festival (London)  ()  The festival takes place every year during International Women's week in March at the British Film Institute (BFI) on London's Southbank. The festival program presents work by pioneers of women's cinema as well as commissioning works. The festival also runs sessions discussing the film industry and technical and creative classes. 

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

2002 Lucy  Kimbell   Audit  (London: Bookworks)    More

2001 Germaine  Greer   The Obstacle Race  (London: IB Tauris)    More

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

2001  Home (Laura Godfrey-Isaacs)   Home presents Home 2  (UK: Jordan UK and Home (Laura Godfrey-Isaacs))    More

2001 Hilary Robinson ed  Feminism - Art - Theory: An Anthology, 1968-2000  (Oxford: Blackwells)    More

2001 Monica Ross   Valentine  (London: Milch)    More

2001 Janice Kerbel   15 Lombard St  (London: Bookworks)    More

2001 Wendy Kirkup   Echo  (London: Locus +)    More

2001 Pen Dalton   The Gendering of Art Education: Modernism, Identity and Critical Feminism  (Buckingham, Open University)    More

2001 Klaus Honnef ed  Melanie Manchot: Love is a Stranger: Photographs 1998-2001  (Munich, London, New York: Prestel)    More

2000 Pam Skelton and Angela Dimitrakaki, Mare Tralla eds  Private Views: Spaces and Gender in Contemporary Art from Britain and Estonia  (London: Women's Art Library & IB Tauris)    More

2000 Kate  Newton and Catherine Fehily, Liz Wells eds  Shifting Horizons: Women's Landscape Photography  (London: I.B. Tauris)    More

2000  Cutting Edge Research Group   Digital Desires: Language, Identity and New Technologies  (London: IB Tauris)    More

2000 Catherine  Elwes   Video Loupe: a collectin of essays by and about the videomaker and critic Catherine Elwes  (London: KT Press)    More

2000 Catherine  Fehily and Jane Fletcher, Kate Newton   I Spy: Representations of Childhood  (London: I. B. Tauris)    More

2000 Yve  Lomax   Writing the Image: An Adventure with Art and Theory  (New York: I. B. Tauris)    More

2000 Frances  Borzello   A World of Our Own: Women As Artists  (London: Thames and Hudson)    More

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

2000 Fiona  Carson and Claire Pajaczkowska   Feminist Visual Culture  (Edinburgh Univ Press)    More

2000  Cutting Edge Women's Research Group eds  Desire by Design: Body, Territories and New Technologies  (London, IB Tauris)    More

1999 Valerie  Connor ed  Anne Tallentire  (Dublin: Project Press)    More

1999 Fran  Lloyd   Contemporary Arab Women's Art: Dialogues of the Present  (London: IB Tauris)   

1999 Deirdre E.  Heddon   In search of the subject : locating the shifting politics of women's performance art  (University of Glasgow)   

1999 Anne Lydiat   Lost for Words... and Without  (UK: Artists publications)    More

1999 Verdi Yahooda   Principle of Uncertainty  (Cardiff: Howard Gardens Gallery)    More

1999 Suzanne  Treister   No Other Symptoms: Time Travelling with Rosalind Brodsky  (London: Black Dog Publishing)    More

1999 Griselda  Pollock   Differencing the Canon: Feminist Desire and the Writing of Arts Histories  (London: Routledge)   

1999 Geraldine Harris   Staging femininities: performance and performativity  (Manchester University Press)   

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

1998 Daphne  Scholinski   The Last Time I Wore A Dress  (UK:Harmondsworth, Penguin)   

1998 Ulrike  Sieglohr   Focus on the Maternal: Female Subjectivity and Images of Motherhood  (Vol.4 Nexus. London: Scarlet Press)   

1998 Alison Marchant   Living Room  (London: Working Press)    More

1998 Derek Birdsall and Bruce Bernard   Evelyn Williams: Works and Words  (London: Omnific)    More

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

1998     n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal  ((London: KT press)) current  

1998 Jacqueline  Bobo   Black Women Film & Video Artists  (London: Routledge)   

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

1998 Katy  Deepwell ed  Women Artists and Modernism  (Manchester University Press/St Martins)    More

1997 Helen  C. Chapman ed  Memory in Perspective: Women Photographers Encounters with History  (Nexus Volume 3, London: Scarlet Press)   

1997     Nexus: Theory & Practice in Contemporary Women's Photography  ((London: Scarlet Press)) 2000  

1997 Deborah  Bright   Photography & Sexuality: The Passionate Camera  (London: Routledge)   

1997 Sarah  Hyde   Exhibiting Gender  (Manchester: Manchester University Press)   

1997 Paul  Jobling   Bodies of Experience: Gender & Identity in Women's Photography since 1970  (Vol.2, Nexus: London, Scarlet Press)   

1997 Cornelia  Honiger Hesse   The Future's Mirror  (UK touring exhibition, Newcastle-upon -Tyne, Locus +)   

1997 Eva Meyer-Hermann and Sadie Coles   Ein Stuck von Himmel / Some Kind of Heaven  (Nurnberg: Kunsthalle Nurnberg, South London Art Gallery, 1998)   

1997 Marsha  Meskimmon   Engendering the City: Women Artists and Urban Space  (Vol.1 Nexus. London: Scarlet Press)   

1996 - 1997     Third Text  ((London))  (Winter) No.37 

1996 S.  Wilson (curator)   In the Looking Glass : An Exhibition of Contemporary Self-Portraits by Women Artists  (UK: Lincoln: Usher Gallery)   

1996 Marsha  Meskimmon   The Art of Reflection: Women Artists' Self-portraiture in the Twentieth Century  (London: Scarlet Press)   

1996 Griselda  Pollock ed  Generations and Geographies  (London: Routledge)    More

1996 Beryl  Smith and Joan Arbeiter, Sally Shearer Swenson eds  Lives and works : Vol.2 / talks with women artists.  (Lanham, Md. ; London : Scarecrow)   

1996 Susan  Hiller   Thinking About Art: Conversations with Susan Hiller  (Manchester: Manchester University Press)    More

1996 Rosemary  Betterton   An Intimate Distance: Women Artists and the Body  (London: Routledge)    More

1996     Make (formerly Women's Art Magazine)  ((London: WAL)) 2002  

1996 Elizabeth Cowie   Representing the Woman  (University of Minnesota Press)   

1996 Monica Bohm-Duchen ed.  Rubies and Rebels: Jewish Female Identity in Contemporary British Art  (Lund Humphries)   

1996 Marina Warner, Griselda Pollock   Women's Art at New Hall Two Essays: 'In the Fertile Bind: Making a Female Body of Art' by Marina Warner. And: 'Reframing the Marked Page' by Griselda Pollock.  (Cambridge: New Hall)   

1995-1996 Alison  Lloyd (Kamala Kapoor & Sutapa Biswas)   Inside Out: Contemporary Women Artists of India  (UK Middlesborough Art Gallery)   

1995 Penny  Florence and Dee Reynolds   Feminist Subjects: Multi-Media  (Manchester University Press / St Martins)   

1995 Katy  Deepwell ed  New Feminist Art Criticism: Critical Strategies  (St Martins/ Manchester University Press)    More

1995     Oxford Art Journal  ((UK))  Vol.18 No.2 

1995 Beverley  Skeggs ed  Feminist Cultural Theory: Process & Production  (Manchester: Manchester University Press)   

1995 Jo  Spence   Cultural Sniping: The Art of Transgression  (London:Routledge)   

1995 Jo  Spence and Joan Solomon   What Can a Woman Do with a Camera? Photography for Women  (London: Scarlet Press)   

1995 Parveen Adams   The Emptiness of the Image: Psychoanalysis and Sexual Differences  (Routledge)    More

1995 Gen Doy   Seeing and Consciousness: Women, Class and Representation  (Oxford: Berg)   

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

1994 Liz  Wells ed  Viewfindings: Women Photographers:'Landscape' and Environment  (W.England: AvailableLight)    More

1994 Jane  Brettle and Sally Rice   Public Bodies/Private States: New Views on Photography, Representation and Gender  (St Martins/ Manchester University Press)   

1994 Helga  Geyer-Ryan   Fables of desire : studies in the ethics of art and gender  (Cambridge : Polity)   

1994 Salima  Hashmi and Nima Poovaya-Smith   An Intelligent Rebellion: Women Artists of Pakistan  (UK, City of Bradford Metropolitan Council, September)   

1994 Pauline Barrie, Fran Lloyd   Fantasy. An Exhibition of the Work of 15 Contemporary British Women Artists  (London: Women's Art Library)   

1994 Kit Anderson, Jenny Aston, Lesley Bricknell, Lil Ann Chepstow Lusty, Claire Collison, Gina Glover, Nancy Honey, Sumano Kurland, Clare Park, Jo Spence, Rebecca Swann   Our Bodies, Ourselves: An Exhibition By Women Photographers on the Subject of Health  (Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery)   

1993 Susan  Kavaler-Adler   The Compulsion to Create: A Psychoanalytic Study of Women Artists  (London: Routledge)   

1991 Magadelena Jetelova   Magadalena Jetelova: Space Drawings  (Leeds: Henry Moore Sculpture Trust)   

1991 Alison  Wilding   Immersion/Exposure  (Tate Gallery,Liverpool/Henry Moore Studio, Halifax)   

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

1990 M. Sulter and I.Pollard eds  Passion: Discourses on Black Women's Creativity  (UK: Urban Fox Press,)   

1990     Women's Art Magazine (formerly Women Artists Slide Library Newsletter)  ((London: WAL)) 1995  

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)   

1988 Gillian Elinor and S. Richardson, S. Scott, A. Thomas and K. Walker eds  Women and Craft  (London: Women's Press)   

1988 Jo  Spence   Putting Myself in the Picture: A Personal and Political Autobiography  (London: Routledge)   

1987     Screen  ((UK))  (Spring) Vol.28 No.4 'Women and Film' 

1987     Screen  ((UK))  (Winter) Vol.28 No.1 'Deconstructing Difference' 

1987 Leslie Saunders ed  Glancing Fires:An Investigation into Women's Creativity  (London: Women's Press)   

1987 R.  Parker and G. Pollock   Framing Feminism: The Women's Art Movement, 1970-1985  (Pandora/RKP)   

1987 Hilary Robinson ed  Visibly Female  (Camden Press)   

1987 Rosemary  Betterton ed  Looking On: Femininity in the Visual Arts and Media  (Pandora/RKP)   

1987 Elaine  KRAMER, Liz Heron, Pratibha Parmar and others   Spectrum Women's Photography Festival - Exhibition Catalogue - A Collaboration with Ten 8 International Photographic Magazine  (London: Ten 8 and Spectrum)   

1986 Pennina Barnett   The Subversive Stitch  (Manchester: Cornerhouse Art Gallery)   

1986 Frances Borzello   Women Artists: A Graphic Guide  (London: Camden)   

1985     Women Artists Slide Library Journal  ((London: WAL)) 1990  

1985 Jacqueline Morreau and S. Kent eds  Women's Images of Men  (London: Writers and Readers)   

1985 Art Gallery Mostyn    Women's Art in Wales  (Mostyn Art Gallery, Llandudno)   

1984 Gill  Calvert et al    Pandora's Box  (Rochdale: Rochdale Art Gallery)   

1982     Screen  ((UK))  Vol 23 No. 4 'Sex and Spectatorship' 

1981     Exposure  ((UK))   vol.19.no.3 'Women in Photography' 

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

1980     Feminist Art News (FAN)  ((UK)) 1993  

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

1980     Oxford Art Journal  ((UK))  (April) Vol.3.No.1. includes an additional list of magazine issues on women and art from 1955-1977 

1980     BLOCK  ((UK))  no.3 

1979 Joyce  Tenneson Cohen   Insights: Self-Portraits by Women  (London: Gordon Fraser)   

1977     Studio International  ((UK))  (May/June) No.3.v.193 n.987 

1975     Art Education  ((UK))  November 

1973     Art & Artists  ((UK))  October 

1971     Art News  ((USA))  January, Vol.69 No. 9 

1971     Everywoman  ((UK))   7 May, 'Feminist Art' 

     The Women's Library, formerly The Fawcett Library  ()  This is the largest/oldest feminist library in the UK. Formerly at London Metropolitan, until March 2013, it is now based at the London School of Economics Library.
View their digital timeline of Women's history 

     New Hall Collection, Cambridge  ()  the largest collection of women's art in Europe ! The fourth edition of the catalogue of their collection was published in 2015. Foreword by Ann Jones. 

     Make: formerly Women's Art Library in the UK  ()  now housed at Goldsmiths' College Library in London 

  Feminist Library in London   Feminist Library  ()  5 Westminister Bridge Road, London. Started in 1977. Runs many initiatives: including Women's Studies without Walls. 

     Assemblage: The Women's New Media Gallery  ()   (1995-2005) curated by Carolyn Guertin, for trAce Online Writing Community 

     Cinenova  ()  Cinenova is Britain's only women's film and distribution agency, a non-profit company, founded in 1991, from a merger between Cinenova and Cinema of Women (see Felicity Sparrow, interview, 'Forming Circles' vol.34, July 2014) 

     British Women Artists (2008-) runs an annual competition for women artists  ()   

     HOUSE WORK CASTLE MILK WOMAN HOUSE  ()  Castle Milk's Woman House was a Glasgow project in 1990, emulating Womanhouse (1972), now archived at Glasgow Women's Library. 

     A Woman's Place: curatorial project by Day and Glucksman (2014-2015)  ()   

     European Women's Video Art (EWVA)  ()  documentation and research project on women's video art in the early 1970s at Duncan Jordanstone, part of the ReWind research project. 

     Idle Women  ()  Latest project, 2016-2017, 'on the water' is a boat touring the canals in the North West of England and West Yorkshire. 

     Society of Women Artists  ()  founded in 1857, this artists' association holds an annual exhibition in London. 

     Ulster Society of Women Artists  ()   

     Cuntemporary  ()  a non-profit organisation that works with individuals and groups that explore feminist and queer art practices and theories (initiated 2012) 

     Rollo Gallery, London  ()  Rollo gallery is a commercial art gallery where women artists form the majority of its artists. As this is an unusual even exceptional situation for commercial art galleries it is listed here. 

     Enemies of Good Art (active 2009-2012)  ()   

     We Are WIA  ()   

     Bunny Collective  ()   

     Feminist Art Local/Global Research (email list on JISCmail)  ()  Set up by Katy Deepwell and Laura Leuzzi for exchange of information and discussions. 

 Vicky  Horne   Writing Feminist Art Histories  ()  A blog set up around a one day workshop at University of Edinburgh (Oct 2012): further workshop planned for May 2013 in York. 

 Marysia Lewandowska   Women's Audio Archive (Marysia Lewandowska)  ()  a collection of audio tapes of talks and interviews compiled by the artist from 1983 onwards... 

     Hackney Flashers (archive of women's group from 1974-1980)  ()  Members were: An Dekker, Sally Greenhill, Gerda Jager, Liz Heron, Michael Ann Mullen, Maggie Murray, Christine Roche, Jo Spence and Julia Vellacott. Site documents two main projects Women and Work (1975) and Who's Holding the Baby? (1978). 

     Her Noise  ()  Her Noise Archive is a resource of collected materials investigating music and sound histories in relation to gender bringing together a wide network of women artists who use sound as a medium.  

     Feminist Practice in Dialogue  ()  10 women artists' colloborations in London 

     South London Women Artists  ()   

     FiLiArt (art branch of Feminism in London activities)  ()  This is the art branch of Feminism in London activities organising an annual show in relation to their annual conference, since 2014. 

     The Coven  ()  (2012 - ) 

     Glasgow Women's library  ()  a resource centre (Lesbian and Information Centre) in Glasgow, Scotland.