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Lit Resources
Lit Resources
Fineberg, J. (2000). Art Since 1940.  
Merchant, C. a. (1991). Ecofeminist Perspectives. Retrieved November 3, 2009, from Eve Online: 
Nochlin, L. (1988). Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? In Women, Art and Power and Other Essays (pp. 147-158). Westview Press. 
Orenstein, I. D. (1990). Reweaving the World: The Emergence of Ecofeminism. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books. 
Selam, O. (2006). Ecofeminism or Death: Humans, Identity, and the Environment. Atenea , 75 - 92. 
Shiva, V. a. (1993). Ecofeminism.  
Smithson, R. (2005, June 24). Selected Writings by Robert Smithson. Retrieved November 13, 2009, from Robert Smithson: 
unknown. (2009). Fern Shaffer and Othello Anderson. Retrieved November 7, 2009, from 
Warren, K. J. Ecofeminism: Women, Culture, Nature.  
Warren, K. J. (1993). Environmental Philosophy:From Animal Rights to Radical Ecology. In J. B. Michael E. Zimmerman. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall. 
Annika von Hausswolff 2008. (2008). Retrieved November 12, 2009, from Casey Kaplan Gallery: 
Adams, C.J. (Ed.) (1993). Ecofeminism and the sacred. New York: The Continuum International Publishing Group, Inc. 
Alseikaite, M. & Campbell, J.G. (1989). The language of the Goddess: Unearthing the hidden symbols of western civilization. San Francisco: Harper & Row. 
Baring, A. & Cashford, J. (1993). The myth of the Goddess: Evolution of an image. New York: Viking Penguin. 
Farrar, S., & Farrar, J. (1987). The witches’ Goddess: The feminine principle of divinity. Washington: Phoenix Publishing, Inc. 
Gadon, E. W. (1989). The once and future Goddess. New York: HarperCollins Publishers. 
Gimbutas, M. (1975). The language of the Goddess. San Francisco: Harper & Row Publishers. 
Markale, J. (1999). The great Goddess: Reverence of the divine feminine from the paleolithic to the present. Vermont: Inner Traditions International. 
Merchant, C. (1976). The death of nature: Women, ecology, and the scientific revolution. New York: HarperCollins Publishers. 
Reuther, R. R. (Ed.) (1996). Women healing Earth: Third world women on ecology, feminism, and religion. New York: Orbis Books. 
Frostig, K. a. (2007). Blaze. Boston. 
Merchant, C. (1989). The Death of Nature: Women, Ecology & The Scientific Revolution.  
Viso, O. (2004). Ana Mendieta: Earth Body, Sculpture and Performance, 1972 – 1985 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC.  
Boot, W.C., Colomb, G.G. & Williams, J.M. (2008). The Craft of Research. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 
Creswell, J. W. (2007). Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design: Choosing Among Five Approaches. California: Sage Publications, Inc. 
Fonow, M.M. & Cook, J.A. (Eds.) (1991). Beyond Methodology: Feminist Scholarship as Lived Research. Indiana: Indiana University Press. 
Young, M.D. & Skrla, L. (Eds.) (2003). Reconsidering Feminist Research in Educational Leadership. New York: State University of New York Press. 
Made From This Earth Vera Norwood The University of North Carolina Press Chapel Hill & London 
Feminist Collage Judy Loeb, Editor Teachers College, Columbia University 
Feminism-Art-Theory: and anthology, 1968 – 2000. Edited by Hilary Robinson. N72.F45 F442 2001  
After the Revolution: Women Who Transformed Contemporary Art  
Feminist Art Criticism: an Anthology Edited by Arlene Raven, Cassandra L. Langer, Joanna Frueh 
Lippard, Lucy. The Pink Glass Swan: Selected Essays on Feminist Art. New York: New Press, 1995. 
Parker, Rozsika and Griselda Pollock, eds. and intro. Framing Feminism: Art and the Women's Movement (in Britain). NY: Pandora, 1987. 
Visual Theology: Forming and Transforming the Community through the Arts 
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