Sex Roles‚ Vol. 38‚ Nos. 11/12‚ 1998 ’ ’ ’ Women s Realities ‚ Women s Choices: An Introdu ction to Wom en s Studies ‚ Secon d Edition . Hunter College Wom en s Studies Collective. New York: Oxford University Press‚ 1995‚ 594 pp.‚ price unlisted. The authors of this book‚ known as the Hunter College Women s Studies Collective‚ number nine . All are or were on the faculty of Hunter College ‚ representing a wide variety of fields: anthropology‚ art history‚ classics‚ com- parative and cultural politics‚ educational foundations ‚ history‚ philosophy‚ psychology‚ and last but not least‚ women s studies. According to the Pref- ace‚ each of the chapters was written by the Collective as a whole in order to give the book a truly interdisciplinary perspective. The nine authors are Ulku Bate s‚ Florence Denmark‚ Virginia Held‚ Dorothy Helly‚ Shirle y Hune ‚ Susan Lees‚ Sarah Pomeroy‚ Carolyn Somerville ‚ and Sue Rosenberg Zalk. With the burge oning of books in this field‚ when looking at a new entry it is necessary to ask wherefore is this book different unto the many others already available ‚ a difference that could be one of scope
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