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List of American feminist literature


Feminist literature is fiction or nonfiction which supports the feminist goals of defining, establishing and defending equal civil, political, economic and social rights for women. It often identifies women's roles as unequal to those of men – particularly as regards status, privilege and power – and generally portrays the consequences to women, men, families, communities and societies as undesirable.

The following is a list of American feminist literature listed by year of first publication, then within the year alphabetically by title. Books and magazines are in italics, all other types of literature are not and are in quotation marks.

Contents

  • 18th century 1
  • 19th century 2
    • 1810s–1820s 2.1
    • 1830s 2.2
    • 1840s 2.3
    • 1850s 2.4
    • 1860s 2.5
    • 1870s 2.6
    • 1880s 2.7
    • 1890s 2.8
  • 20th century 3
    • 1900s 3.1
    • 1910s 3.2
    • 1920s 3.3
    • 1930s 3.4
    • 1940s 3.5
    • 1950s 3.6
    • 1960s 3.7
    • 1970s 3.8
    • 1980s 3.9
    • 1990s 3.10
  • 21st century 4
    • 2000s 4.1
    • 2010s 4.2
  • References 5

18th century

  • Letters on Women's Rights, Abigail and John Adams (1776)[1]
  • Desultory Thoughts upon the Utility of Encouraging a Degree of Self-Complacency, Especially in Female Bosoms, Judith Sargent Murray (1784)[2]
  • "On the Equality of the Sexes", Judith Sargent Murray, from The Massachusetts Magazine, or, Monthly Museum Concerning the Literature, History, Politics, Arts, Manners, Amusements of the Age, Vol. II (1790)[3]

19th century

1810s–1820s

  • "An Address to the Public; Particularly to the Members of the Legislature of New-York, Proposing a Plan for Improving Female Education", Emma Willard (1819)

1830s

  • "Marriage Law Protest", Robert Dale Owen (1832)[4]
  • The History of the Condition of Women in Various Ages and Nations, Lydia Maria Child (1835)[5]
  • Letters on the Equality of the Sexes, Sarah Grimke (1837)
  • "Remarks Comprising in Substance Judge Hertell's Argument in the House of Assembly in the State of New York in the Session of 1837 in Support of the Bill to Restore to Married Women the 'Right of Property' as Guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States", Judge Thomas Hertell (1837)
  • The Times that Try Men's Souls, Maria Weston Chapman (1837)[6]

1840s

1850s

1860s

1870s

1880s

1890s

20th century

1900s

1910s

1920s

1930s

1940s

1950s

  • "Women as a Minority Group", Helen Mayer Hacker (1951)[108]
  • The Matriarchal-Brotherhood: Sex and Labor in Primitive Society, Evelyn Reed (1954)[109]
  • The Myth of Women's Inferiority, Evelyn Reed (1954)[110]
  • "We Don't Need the Men", Malvina Reynolds (1958)[111]

1960s

  • "The Human Situation: A Feminine View", Valerie Saiving (1960)[112]
  • "A Bunny's Tale, Part I", by Gloria Steinem (1963)[113]
  • "A Bunny's Tale, Part II", by Gloria Steinem (1963)[114]
  • "Equality Between the Sexes: An Immodest Proposal", Alice S. Rossi (1963)
  • The Bell Jar, Sylvia Plath (1963)
  • The Feminine Mystique, Betty Friedan (1963)
  • "A Study of the Feminine Mystique", Evelyn Reed (1964)[115]
  • Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Position Paper: Women in the Movement (1964)[116]
  • "Jane Crow and the Law: Sex Discrimination and Title VII", Mary Eastwood and Pauli Murray (1965)
  • "Sex and Caste - A Kind of Memo", Casey Hayden and Mary King (1965)[117]
  • Child, Andrea Dworkin (1966)
  • "Free Woman" from the San Francisco Express Times, Heather Dean (1966)[118]
  • The Betty Friedan (1966)[119]
  • "What Concrete Steps Can Be Taken to Further the Homophile Movement", Shirley Willer (1966))[120]
  • "Woman’s Place: Silence or Service?", Letha Scanzoni (1966) (original manuscript, possibly not as published in 1966)[121]
  • Diary of a Mad Housewife, Sue Kaufman (1967)
  • "The Radical Women Manifesto: Socialist Feminist Theory, Program and Organizational Structure", by Radical Women (1967)
  • "To the Women of the Left" (1967)[122]
  • "Abortion Rally Speech", Anne Koedt (1968)[123]
  • "A Letter to the Editor of Ramparts Magazine", Lynn Piartney (1968)[124]
  • "Black Women in Poverty", various authors (1968)[125]
  • "Burial of Weeping Womanhood", Radical Women's Group (1968)[120]
  • "Elevate Marriage to Partnership", Letha Scanzoni (1968) (original manuscript, not as published in 1968)[126]
  • "Funeral Oration for the Burial of Traditional Womanhood", Kathie Amatniek (1968)[127]
  • "Letter to the Editor in Response to a Guardian Article", Ellen Willis (1968)[128]
  • Morning Hair, Andrea Dworkin (1968)
  • [129]
  • No More Fun and Games: A Journal of Female Liberation, (1968)[130]
  • "No More [131]
  • Notes From the First Year, New York Radical Women (1968)[132]
  • "Psychology Constructs the Female", Naomi Weisstein (1968)[133]
  • "Principles", New York Radical Women (1968)
  • SCUM Manifesto, Valerie Solanas (1968)[134]
  • Sexual Politics, Kate Millett (1968)[135]
  • The Church and the Second Sex, Mary Daly (1968)
  • "The Jeanette Rankin Brigade: Woman Power? A Summary of Our Involvement", Shulamith Firestone (1968)[136]
  • "The Lesbian's Other Identity", Del Martin (1968)[120]
  • "The Women's Liberation Front" from Moderator, Joreen (1968)[137]
  • "The Women's Rights Movement in the US: A New View", Shulamith Firestone (1968)[138]
  • "Towards a Radical Movement", Heather Booth, Evie Goldfield, and Sue Munaker (1968)[139]
  • "Understanding Orgasm" from Ramparts, Susan Lydon (1968)[140]
  • Voice of the Women's Liberation Movement [newsletter] (1968–1969)[141]
  • "What Sort of Man Reads Playboy?" (1968)[142]
  • "After Black Power, Women's Liberation", Gloria Steinem (1969)[143]
  • "A Historical and Critical Essay for Black Women", Patricia Haden, Donna Middleton, and Patricia Robinson (1969–1970)
  • "Are Men Really the Enemy?", Jayne West (1969)[120]
  • "An Argument for Black Women's Liberation As a Revolutionary Force", Mary Ann Weathers (1969)[144]
  • "An 'Oppressed Majority' Demands Its Rights" from Life, Sara Davidson (1969)[145]
  • "Double Jeopardy: To Be Black and Female", Frances Beal (1969)[146]
  • "Equal Rights for Women", Shirley Chisholm (1969)[147]
  • "Females and Welfare", Betsy Warrior (1969)[148]
  • "Founding Editorial" from Women: A Journal of Liberation (1969)[149]
  • "Freedom for Movement Girls - Now", vanauken (1969)[150]
  • I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Maya Angelou (1969)
  • "Lesbianism and Feminism", Wilda Chase (1969)
  • "Politics of the Ego: A Manifesto", New York Radical Feminists (1969)[151]
  • Proposed Statement of Political Principles (1969)[152]
  • "Radical Feminism and Love", Ti-Grace Atkinson (1969)
  • "Redstockings Manifesto" (1969)[153]
  • "Sweet 16 to Saggy 36: Saga of American Womanhood", Cleveland Radical Women's Group (1969)[154]
  • "The First Press Coverage of the Redstockings" from Scenes (1969)[155]
  • "The Grand Coolie Damn", Marge Piercy (1969)[156]
  • "The Last of the Red Hot Mammas, Or, the Liberation of Women as Performed by the Inmates of the World" (1969)[157]
  • "Towards a Revolutionary Women's Union: A Strategic Perspective"', Terry R. and Lucy G. (1969)[158]
  • "What is the Revolutionary Potential of Women's Liberation?", Kathy McAfee and Myrna Wood (1969)[159]
  • "Who Is the Enemy?", Roxanne Dunbar (1969)[160]
  • Who We Are: Descriptions of Women's Liberation Groups (1969)[161]
  • "Women and the Myth of Consumerism", Ellen Willis (1969)[162]

1970s

  • "A Monologue by Naomi Weisstein" (1970s)[163]
  • "A Proposal for Community Work", Vivian Rothstein and Mary M. (1970s)[164]
  • Liberation of Women: Sexual Repression and the Family, Laurel Limpus (1970s)[165]
  • Lyrics to songs by the Chicago and New Haven Women's Liberation Rock Bands (1970s)[166]
  • "About Us", San Diego Women's Collective (1970)[167]
  • "Black Woman's Manifesto", Third World Women's Alliance (1970)[168]
  • Black Women's Liberation, Maxine Williams and Pamela Newman (1970)[169]
  • "For the Equal Rights Amendment", Shirley Chisholm (1970)[170]
  • "Goodbye to All That" from Rat, [171]
  • Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics (1977-1992)
  • I Am What I Am, Lorna Cherot (1970)[172]
  • "If That's All There Is", Del Martin (1970)[173]
  • "Institutional Discrimination", Joreen (1970)[174]
  • "Is Man an 'Aggressive Ape?'", Evelyn Reed (1970)[175]
  • "Judge Carswell And The 'Sex Plus' Doctrine", Betty Friedan (1970)[176]
  • Notes From The Second Year: Women's Liberation, New York Radical Women (1970)[177]
  • off our backs (1970–present)
  • "Poor White Women", Roxanne Dunbar (1970)[178]
  • Sexual Politics, Kate Millett (1970)
  • Robin Morgan (ed.) (1970)
  • "Take a Good Look at Our Problems", Pamela Newman (1970)[179]
  • "The Building of the Gilded Cage" from The Second Wave: A Magazine of the New Feminism, Joreen (1970)[180]
  • The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution, Shulamith Firestone (1970)
  • The Liberation of Black Women, Pauli Murray (1970)[181]
  • "Anne Koedt (1970)[182]
  • "The Politics of Housework", Pat Mainardi of Redstockings (1970)[183]
  • "The Revolution is Happening in Our Minds" from Revolution II: Thinking Female, Joreen (1970)[184]
  • "The Role of Government Agencies in Gaining Equal Rights for Women", DARE (1970)[185]
  • "The Unfreedom of Jewish Women", Trude Weiss-Rosmarin (1970)
  • "The Woman Identified Woman", Radicalesbians (1970)[186]
  • "Towards A Revolutionary Women's Union: A Strategic Perspective", Terry R. and Lucy G. (1970)[158]
  • "You Are Not My God, Jehovah!", Rev. Peggy Way (1970)[187]
  • What Is a Woman?, Norma Allen (1970)[188]
  • "What Is Women's Liberation?", Marilyn Salzman Webb, from WIN (1970)[189]
  • "What Men Can Do For Women's Liberation", Gainesville Women's Liberation (1970)[190]
  • "Who We Are", Siren: A Journal of Anarcho-Feminism (1970)[191]
  • "Why Women's Liberation is Important to Black Women", Maxine Williams (1970)[192]
  • "Women: Caste, Class, or Oppressed Sex", Evelyn Reed (1970)[193]
  • "Women on the Social Science Faculties since 1892 (at the University of Chicago)", Joreen (1970)[194]
  • "'Women's Liberation' Aims to Free Men Too" from the Washington Post, Gloria Steinem (1970)[195]
  • "Women's Lib Organizations", Karen Durbin, from WIN (1970)[196]
  • "A Daughter and Mother Talk About Sexuality", Elaine and her mother from Womankind (1971–1972)[197]
  • "A Defense of Abortion" from Philosophy & Public Affairs, Vol. 1, no. 1, Judith Jarvis Thomson (Fall 1971)[198]
  • "After the Death of God the Father" from Commonweal, Mary Daly (1971)[199]
  • "Analysis of Chicago Women's Liberation School", Chicago Women's Liberation Union, (1971)[200]
  • "And Jill Came Tumbling After" from Womankind (1971)[201]
  • "An End to Separate and Unequal", Trude Weiss-Rosmarin (1971)[202]
  • "A Statement About Female Liberation" (1971)[203]
  • "Bogeymen and Bogeywomen", Judy from Womankind (1971)[204]
  • "Can Women Love Women?" (interview by Anne Koedt, 1971)[205]
  • "Down With Sexist Upbringing!", Letty Cottin Pogrebin (1971)[206]
  • "Equal Only When Obligated", Deborah Miller (1971)[202]
  • "Feminism and 'The Female Eunuch'", Evelyn Reed (1971)[207]
  • "Feminism: Old Wave and New Wave", Ellen DuBois (1971)[208]
  • "Free Abortion is Every Woman's Right: Statement of the Chicago Women's Liberation Union" (1971)[209]
  • "Going Through Changes", Joan from Womankind (1971)[210]
  • "High School Women Ask: What is Women's Liberation?" from Womankind (1971)[211]
  • "How to Start your Own Consciousness-Raising Group" (leaflet distributed by the Chicago Women's Liberation Union, 1971)[212]
  • "Is Biology Woman's Destiny?", Evelyn Reed (1971)[213]
  • "Lemme Tell Ya About Being a Woman Lawyer...", Susan from Womankind (1971)[214]
  • "Lesbianism and Feminism", Anne Koedt (1971)
  • "Masters of War" from Womankind (1971)[215]
  • "Mr. Smith, Take A Memo: I've Got Some Things to Tell You" from Womankind (1971)[216]
  • Ms. (1971–present)
  • "New York Radical Feminists Manifesto of Shared Rape" (1971)[217]
  • "No Lady" from Black Maria (1971)[218]
  • Notes for the (future Furies Collective) Cell Meeting (1971)
  • Notes From The Third Year: Women's Liberation, New York Radical Women (1971)[219]
  • "Notes on a Writer's Workshop" from Black Maria, Donna I. (1971)[220]
  • "Politicalesbians and the Women's Liberation Movement", Anonymous Realesbians (1971)[221]
  • "Rape: An Act of Terror", Barbara Mehrhof and Pamela Kearon (1971)[222]
  • "Rape Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry", Kay Potter (1971)[223]
  • "Statement by Elma Barrera" (1971)[224]
  • The First Sex, Elizabeth Gould Davis (1971)
  • "The Housewife's Moment of Truth", Jane O'Reilly[225]
  • "The Lesbian Newsletter", Daughters of Bilitis (1971)
  • "The Politics of Sterilization", Chicago Women's Liberation Union (1971)[226]
  • "The Shulmans' Marriage Agreement", Alix Kates Shulman (1971)[227]
  • "The Social Construction of the Second Sex" from Roles Women Play: Readings Towards Women's Liberation, Joreen (1971)[228]
  • "The Vagina on Trial", Kathleen Barry (1971)[229]
  • "United Women's Contingent: March On Washington Against the War" (1971)[230]
  • "Using Your Maiden Name", Diane and Linda from Womankind (1971)[231]
  • "Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" from ArtNews, Linda Nochlin, (1971)[232]
  • "Why Women's Liberation?" from Black Maria (1971)[233]
  • "Woman as Patient", Laura Green and Womankind (1971)[234]
  • "Women: New Voice of La Raza", Mirta Vidal (1971)
  • "Women's Liberation: A Catholic View", Marilyn Bowers (1971)
  • "Women's Liberation and Its Impact on the Campus" from Liberal Education, Joreen (1971)[235]
  • Women's March on D.C., Anne and Heidi (1971)[236]
  • "Working Women Get Together", Dagmar and Laura from Womankind (1971)[237]
  • "Workshop Resolutions of the First National Chicana Conference" (1971)[238]
  • "A Call for the Castration of Sexist Religion", Mary Daly (1972)
  • "Action Committee on Decent Childcare", from Women: A Journal of Liberation (1972)[239]
  • "A History of International Women's Day" from Womankind (1972)[240]
  • "Chicago Maternity Center: 77 Years of Home Deliveries...Will This Be Its Last?", Alice from Womankind (1972)[241]
  • "Chicago Women's Liberation Union" from Women: A Journal of Liberation, Naomi Weisstein and Vivian Rothstein (1972)[242]
  • "Cleaning Up", Mary Blake from Womankind (1972)[243]
  • "Covert Sex Discrimination Against Women as Medical Patients", Carol Downer (1972)[244]
  • "DARE Challenges City Hall Budget" (1972)[245]
  • "Don't Think", from Womankind (1972)[246]
  • "Equal Rights and Opportunities for Women [in the Navy]", Admiral Zumwalt (1972)[247]
  • "Family Relations Court", Alice from Womankind (1972)[248]
  • Feminist Studies (1972–present)
  • "Half of China" from Womankind, Elaine (1972)[249]
  • "Indochina Peace Campaign" from Womankind (1972)[250]
  • "I Want a Wife" from Ms., Judy Syfers (1972)[251]
  • "I Want to Pick Your Brains", Ruth Carol (1972)[252]
  • "Jewish Women Call For a Change", Ezrat Nashim (1972)[253]
  • "Lesbian Mothers and Their Children" from Womankind (1972)[254]
  • "Lesbians in Revolt: Male Supremacy Quakes and Quivers", Charlotte Bunch (1972)[255]
  • Lesbian/Woman, Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon (1972)
  • Memoirs of an Ex-Prom Queen, Alix Kates Shulman (1972)
  • "NOW Press Release on City Hall Gender Discrimination" (1972)[256]
  • "On Being a Waitress", Carolyn (1972)[257]
  • "Our Output = Their Income" from Womankind (1972)[258]
  • "Rape" from Womankind (1972)[259]
  • "Sex or, Hey, I Thought This Was Supposed to be Fun!" from Womankind, Cathy (1972)[260]
  • "Socialist Feminism", Chicago Women's Liberation Union (1972)[261]
  • "Soldiers in the Streets" from Womankind (1972)[262]
  • "That Old Problem - Sex" from Womankind, Lorna (1972)[263]
  • The Coming of Lilith, Judith Plaskow, (1972)[264]
  • "The DARE Janitress Campaign" from Womankind (1972)[265]
  • "The Fear of Childbirth is a PAIN", from Womankind (1972)[266]
  • The Feminist Art Journal (1972-1977)
  • "The Tyranny of Structurelessness", Joreen (1972)
  • "Tum'ah and Toharah: Ends and Beginnings", Rachel Adler (1972)
  • "Viet Nam: The Voice of Song Will Rise Above the Sound of the Bombs" from Womankind, Eileen Kreutz (1972)[267]
  • "WATCH Demands", WATCH (1972)[268]
  • "WATCH: Save the Chicago Maternity Center" (1972)[269]
  • "We Have Had Abortions" from Ms. (1972)[270]
  • "We Look At Ms.", Sue (1972)[271]
  • "When We Dead Awaken: Writing as Re-Vision", Adrienne Rich (1972)[272]
  • Women and Madness, Phyllis Chesler (1972)
  • Women of La Raza Unite! (1972)[273]
  • Women's Studies Quarterly (1972–present)
  • "Abortion Task Force: Who We Are" from Womankind (1973)[274]
  • Beyond God the Father: Toward a Philosophy of Women's Liberation, Mary Daly (1973)
  • Fear of Flying, Erica Jong (1973)
  • Lesbian Nation: The Feminist Solution, Jill Johnston (1973)
  • "Letter from the Abortion Defense Fund" (1973)[275]
  • "Mom on a Hook" from Womankind (1973)[276]
  • "On Separatism", Lee Schwing (1973)[277]
  • Our Bodies, Ourselves, The Boston Women's Health Book Collective (1973)
  • "Posters that Express the Reality of Being a Woman", Linda Winer (1973)[278]
  • "Rape", Adrienne Rich (1973)[279]
  • "So Who Needs Daycare?" from Womankind, Mary M. (1973)[280]
  • The Furies, The Furies Collective (January 1972 until mid-1973)
  • "The Jane Song", Elizabeth Roberts (1973)[281]
  • "The Jew Who Wasn't There: Halacha and the Jewish Woman", Rachel Adler (1973)[282]
  • "The [283]
  • "The Status of Women in Halakhic Judaism", Saul Berman (1973)[284]
  • "The Verbal Karate of Florynce R. Kennedy, Esq.", Gloria Steinem (1973)[285]
  • "The Women Men Don't See", James Tiptree, Jr. (pen name of Alice Bradley Sheldon) (1973)[286]
  • "Vacuum Aspiration Abortion", Health Organizing Collective of Women's Health and Abortion Project (1973)[287]
  • "When I Was Growing Up", Nellie Wong (1973)
  • Witches, Midwives, and Nurses: A History of Women Healers, Barbara Ehrenreich and Deirdre English (1973)[288]
  • "Abortion--the Need to Change Jewish Law", Rachel Adler (1974)[289]
  • "A Young Woman's Death: Would Health Rights Have Prevented It?", Helen Rodriquez-Trias (1974)[290]
  • "Feminism, a Cause for the Halachic", Rachel Adler (1974)[291]
  • "Feminism, Art, and My Mother Sylvia", Andrea Dworkin (1974)[292]
  • "In Search of Our Mother's Gardens: The Creativity of Black Women in the South", from Ms., Alice Walker (1974)[293]
  • "Is Female to Male as Nature Is to Culture?", Sherry Ortner (1974)
  • "Mother Right: A New Feminist Theory", Jane Alpert (1974)[294]
  • Woman Hating: A Radical Look at Sexuality, Andrea Dworkin (1974)
  • "A Black Feminist's Search For Sisterhood", Michele Wallace (1975)[295]
  • Abortion is a Blessing, Anne Nicol Gaylor (1975)[296]
  • Against Our Will, Susan Brownmiller (1975)
  • "DAR II (Dykes for the Second American Revolution)" (1975)[297]
  • "Feminist Economic Alliance Formed to Aid New Sister Credit Unions" (1975)[298]
  • "How to Discriminate Against Women Without Really Trying" from Women: A Feminist Perspective, Joreen (1975)[299]
  • Judaism and the New Woman, Sally Priesand (1975)
  • "Lesbian Group [1975 Conference Report]" (1975)[300]
  • "Lesbian Pride", Andrea Dworkin (1975)[301]
  • Reaching Beyond Intellect, Hallie Iglehart and Jeanne Scott-Senior (1975)[111]
  • Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society (1975–present)
  • "Stand Up and Be Counted", Secret Storm (1975)[302]
  • The Female Imagination, Patricia Meyer Spacks (1975)
  • The Female Man, Joanna Russ (1975)
  • "The Legal Bias Against Rape Victims (The Rape of Mr. Smith)," Connie K. Borkenhagen (1975)[303]
  • "The Root Cause", Andrea Dworkin, (1975)[304]
  • "The Traffic in Women: Notes on the "Political Economy" of Sex," Gayle Rubin (1975)[305]
  • "Toward a Phenomenology of Feminist Consciousness," Sandra Bartky (1975)[306]
  • "What is Women's Liberation?", Secret Storm (1975)[307]
  • "What Medical Students Learn", Kay Weiss (1975)[308]
  • Woman's Evolution: From Matriarchal Clan to Patriarchal Family, Evelyn Reed (1975)
  • "You Are Where You Eat", Laura Shapiro (1975)[309]
  • "A Feminist Tarot", Sally Miller Gearhart and Susan Rennie (1976)
  • Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman, Michele Wallace (1976)
  • Blazing Star Vol. 2 No. 1 (July 1976)[310]
  • Blazing Star Vol. 2 No. 3 (October 1976)[311]
  • Camera Obscura (1976–present)
  • "Female God Language in a Jewish Context", Rita Gross (1976)
  • "Feminism: Is it Good for the Jews?", Blu Greenberg (1976)
  • "Is the Women's Movement in Trouble?" from Working Papers on Socialism & Feminism, Roberta Lynch (1976)[312]
  • Kinflicks, Lisa Alther (1976)
  • "Learning From Lesbian Separatism", Charlotte Bunch (1976)
  • Literary Women, Ellen Moers (1976)
  • Lover, Bertha Harris (1976)
  • Of Woman Born: Motherhood as Experience and Institution, Adrienne Rich (1976)
  • "Medical Crimes Against Women", Jenny Knauss, Janet M., Kathy Mallin, Lauren Crawford and Sharon M. (1976)[313]
  • Meridian, Alice Walker (1976)
  • Our blood: prophecies and discourses on sexual politics, Andrea Dworkin (1976)
  • "What Became of God the Mother? Conflicting Images of God in Early Christianity", Elaine H. Pagels (1976)[314]
  • "What is Socialist Feminism?", Barbara Ehrenreich (1976)[315]
  • When God Was a Woman, Merlin Stone (1976)
  • Woman on the Edge of Time, Marge Piercy (1976)
  • Women, Money and Power, Phyllis Chesler with Emily Jane Goodman (1976)
  • "Women's Liberation Builds Strong Bodies in Many Ways", Secret Storm (ca. 1976)[316]
  • "Women Talk Back", Secret Storm (ca. 1976)[317]
  • "A Black Feminist Statement", Combahee River Collective (1977)[318]
  • "Biological Superiority: The World's Most Dangerous and Deadly Idea", Andrea Dworkin (1977)[319]
  • "Claiming an Education", Adrienne Rich (1977)
  • "Declaration of American Women", The President's Interagency Council on Women National Plan of Action (1977)[320]
  • "How Can a Little Girl Like You Teach a Big Class of Men?", Naomi Weisstein (1977)[321]
  • "Left-Wing Anti-Feminism: A Revisionist Disorder", Marlene Dixon (1977)[322]
  • "Marx and Gandhi were Liberals: Feminism and the 'Radical' Left", Andrea Dworkin (1977)
  • "Monopoly Capitalism and the Women's Movement", Marlene Dixon (1977)[323]
  • "On the Super-Exploitation of Women", Marlene Dixon (1977)[324]
  • "Pornography: The New Terrorism" Andrea Dworkin (1977)[325]
  • Sex Bias in the U.S. Code, United States Commission on Civil Rights (1977)[326]
  • "The Last Mile", Edith Grinnell (1977)[327]
  • "The Prostitute: Paradigmatic Woman", Julia P. Stanley (1977)[328]
  • "The Rise and Demise of Women's Liberation: A Class Analysis", Marlene Dixon (1977)[329]
  • "The Simple Story of a Lesbian Girlhood", Andrea Dworkin (1977)[330]
  • "The Sisterhood Rip-Off: The Destruction of the Left in the Professional Women’s Caucuses", Marlene Dixon (1977)[331]
  • "The Subjugation of Women Under Capitalism: The Bourgeois Morality, Marlene Dixon (1977)[332]
  • The Women's Room, Marilyn French (1977)
  • "Wages for Housework and Strategies of Revolutionary Fantasy", Marlene Dixon (1977)[333]
  • Who really starves?: Women and world hunger, Lisa Leghorn and Mary Roodkowsky (1977)
  • Women's Studies in Communication (1977–present)
  • "A Feminist Looks at Saudi Arabia", Andrea Dworkin (1978)[334]
  • Capitalist Patriarchy and the Case for Socialist Feminism, collection of essays anthologized by Zillah R. Eisenstein (1978)
  • "Consciousness-Raising: A Radical Weapon", Kathie Sarachild (1978)[335]
  • "Full Employment: Toward Economic Equality For Women", Joreen (1978)[336]
  • Gyn/Ecology: The Metaethics of Radical Feminism, Mary Daly (1978)
  • "On the Michele Wallace (1978)[337]
  • "The New Woman's Broken Heart", Andrea Dworkin (1978)[338]
  • "The Wander-ground", Sally Miller Gearhart (1978)
  • "Uses of the Erotic: The Erotic as Power", Audre Lorde (1978)
  • "Why So-called Radical Men Love and Need Pornography", Andrea Dworkin (1978)
  • "Why Women Need the Goddess", Carol P. Christ (1978)[339]
  • "X: A Fabulous Child's Story", Lois Gould (1978)[340]
  • "Classical and Baroque Sex in Everyday Life", Ellen Willis (1979)[341]
  • "Let's Put Pornography Back in the Closet" from Newsday, Susan Brownmiller (1979)[342]
  • On Lies, Secrets and Silence, Adrienne Rich (1979)
  • Sexual harassment of working women: a case of sex discrimination, Catharine MacKinnon (1979)
  • "The Double Standard of Aging", Susan Sontag (1979)
  • "The Lie", Andrea Dworkin (1979)[343]
  • The Madwoman in the Attic, Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar (1979)
  • "The Night and Danger", Andrea Dworkin (1979)[344]
  • The Transsexual Empire, Janice Raymond (1979)
  • "35% of Puerto Rican Women Sterilized", Committee for Puerto Rican Decolonization (late 1970s)[345]
  • Woman and Nature: The Roaring Inside Her, Susan Griffin (1979)
  • Womanspirit Rising: A Feminist Reader in Religion edited by Carol P. Christ and Judith Plaskow (1979)
  • Women and Household Labor, Sarah Fenstermaker Berk, ed. (1979)

1980s

1990s

  • "What is Riot Grrrl?" (early 1990s)[373]
  • Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness and the Politics of Empowerment, Patricia Hill Collins (1990)
  • "Daring to Be Bad: Radical Feminism in America, 1967-1975", Alice Echols (1990)
  • "God is a Woman and She is Growing Older", Margaret Wenig (1990)[374]
  • Journal of Women, Politics & Policy (1990–present)
  • Mercy, Andrea Dworkin (1990)
  • The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory, Carol J. Adams (1990)
  • "Who Says We Haven't Made a Revolution? A Feminist Takes Stock", Vivian Gornick (1990)[375]
  • "Will There Be Orthodox Women Rabbis?", Blu Greenberg (1990)
  • A Brief History of the Association for Women in Mathematics: The Presidents' Perspectives, Lenore Blum (1991)
  • "A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century", Donna Haraway (1991)
  • Backlash: The Undeclared War Against American Women, Susan Faludi (1991)
  • "Becoming the Third Wave", Rebecca Walker (1991)[376]
  • Feminism & Psychology (1991–present)
  • "How "Sex" Got Into Title VII: Persistent Opportunism as a Maker of Public Policy", Joreen (1991)[377]
  • "Justice Is A Woman With A Sword", D. A. Clarke (1991)[378]
  • "Riot Grrrl Manifesto" from Bikini Kill Zine 2, Kathleen Hanna (1991)[379]
  • Standing Again at Sinai: Judaism from a Feminist Perspective, Judith Plaskow (1991)
  • "Terror, Torture, and Resistance", Andrea Dworkin (1991)[380]
  • The Beauty Myth, Naomi Wolf (1991)
  • "The Egg and the Sperm: How Science Has Constructed a Romance Based on Stereotypical Male-Female Roles", Emily Martin (1991)[381]
  • "We Learned the Wrong Lessons in Vietnam; A Feminist Issue Still", Gloria Steinem, and Ti-Grace Atkinson (1991)[382]
  • "With No Immediate Cause", Ntozake Shange (1991)[383]
  • Writing War: Fiction, Gender & Memory, Lynne Hanley (1991)
  • Outercourse: The Bedazzling Voyage, Containing Recollections from My Logbook of a Radical Feminist Philosopher, Mary Daly (1992)
  • Possessing the Secret of Joy, Alice Walker (1992)
  • "Power, Resistance and Science", Naomi Weisstein (1992)[384]
  • "Prostitution and Male Supremacy", Andrea Dworkin (1992)[385]
  • Race, Class and Gender in the U.S., Paula Rothenberg (1992)
  • "Replacements", Lisa Tuttle (1992)
  • Revolution From Within: A Book of Self-Esteem, Gloria Steinem (1992)
  • "Talking Our Way In", Rachel Adler (1992)[386]
  • The Mismeasure of Woman: Why Women Are Not the Better Sex, the Opposite Sex, or the Inferior Sex, Carol Tavris (1992)
  • The War Against Women, Marilyn French (1992)
  • "Women and Authority: Re-emerging Mormon Feminism", Maxine Hanks (ed.) (1992)
  • Women Who Run With the Wolves : Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype, Clarissa Pinkola Estes (1992)
  • "Are Opinions Male?", Naomi Wolf (1993)[387]
  • "A Soldier Is A Soldier", Rosemary Bryant Mariner (1993)
  • Ecofeminism and the Sacred, Carol J. Adams (1993)
  • "Ecofeminism: Toward Global Justice and Planetary Health", Greta Gaard and Lori Gruen (1993)
  • "Feminism Versus Family Values: Women at the 1992 Democratic and Republican Conventions", Joreen (1993)[388]
  • Fire With Fire: The New Female Power And How It Will Change the 21st Century, Naomi Wolf (1993)
  • "In Your Blood, Live: Re-visions of a Theology of Purity", Rachel Adler (1993)[389]
  • "Not Just Bad Sex", Katha Pollitt (1993)[390]
  • Only Words, Catharine MacKinnon (1993)
  • The Feminist Chronicles (1993), Toni Carabillo, June Csida, Judith Meuli[391]
  • Unbearable Weight: Feminism, Western Culture, and the Body, Susan Bordo (1993)
  • Feminism : The Essential Historical Writings, Miriam Schneir (1994)
  • Gaia and God: An Ecofeminist Theology of Earth Healing, Rosemary Radford Ruether (1994)
  • Gender Outlaw, Kate Bornstein (1994)
  • Neither Man nor Beast: Feminism and the Defense of Animals, Carol J. Adams (1994)
  • Nine Parts of Desire, Geraldine Brooks (1994)
  • Religion, Feminism, and Freedom of Conscience, George D. Smith (ed.) (1994)
  • Skin: Talking About Sex, Class & Literature, Dorothy Allison (1994)
  • "Suffragette City: The Chicago Women's Liberation Rock Band", Ben Kim (1994)[392]
  • The Creation of Feminist Consciousness: From the Middle Ages to 1870, Gerda Lerner (1994)
  • "The Unremembered: Searching for Women at the Holocaust Memorial Museum", Andrea Dworkin (1994)[393]
  • "Why Women Need Freedom From Religion", Annie Laurie Gaylor (1994)
  • From Suffrage to Women's Liberation: Feminism in Twentieth Century America, Joreen (1995)[394]
  • "From the Back Alleys to the Supreme Court and Beyond", Dorothy Fadiman (1995)
  • Listen Up: Voices from the Next Feminist Generation, Barbara Findlen, ed. (1995)
  • Massacre of the Dreamers: Essays on Xicanisma, Ana Castillo (1995)
  • "Memoirs of a Feminist Therapist", Joan Saks Berman, Ph.D. (1995)[395]
  • "On the Origins of the Women's Liberation Movement From a Strictly Personal Perspective", Joreen (1995)[396]
  • "Plenary Address of the Fourth World Conference on Women", Bella Abzug (1995)[397]
  • "The Revolution for Women in Law and Public Policy", Joreen (1995)[398]
  • "The Sexual Politics of Interpersonal Behavior", Nancy Henley and Joreen (1995)[399]
  • To Be Real, Rebecca Walker, ed. (1995)
  • "(Untimely) Critiques for a Red Feminism", Teresa Ebert (1995)[400]
  • Where the Girls Are: Growing Up Female with the Mass Media, Susan J. Douglas (1994)
  • Animals and women: Feminist theoretical explorations, Carol J. Adams and Josephine Donovan (1994)
  • Making Stories, Making Selves: Feminist Reflections on the Holocaust, R. Ruth Linden (1995)
  • "Women and Aids", Donna Shalala (1995)[401]
  • "Women and Health Security", Hillary Clinton (1995)[402]
  • Words of Fire: An Anthology of African-American Feminist Thought, edited by Beverly Guy-Sheftall (1995)
  • "A Good Rape", Andrea Dworkin (1996)
  • "Barred From the Bar - A History of Women and the Legal Profession", Hedda Garza (1996)[403]
  • "Beijing Report: The Fourth World Conference on Women" from off our backs, Joreen (1996)[404]
  • "Days of Celebration and Resistance: The Chicago Women's Liberation Rock Band, 1970-1973", Naomi Weisstein (1996)[405]
  • "Remarks to Wellesley College Class of 1996" (commencement speech), Nora Ephron (1996)
  • "The Day I Was Drugged and Raped", Andrea Dworkin (1996)
  • The Stronger Women Get, the More Men Love Football: Sexism and the Culture of Sport, Mariah Burton Nelson (1996)
  • The Vagina Monologues, Eve Ensler (1996)
  • "U.N. Reviews Women's Progress One Year After Beijing" from off our backs, Joreen (1996)[406]
  • "Waves of Feminism", Joreen (1996)[407]
  • "We've Come a Long Way...?", Joreen (1996)[408]
  • "Whatever Happened to Republican Feminists?", Joreen (1996)[409]
  • "What's In a Name? Does It Matter How the Equal Rights Amendment is Worded?", Joreen (1996)[410]
  • "Womb for Rent: Surrogate Motherhood and the Case of Baby M", Anita Silvers and Sterling Harwood, in Sterling Harwood, ed., Business as Ethical and Business as Usual, pp. 190–193. (1996)
  • "Change and Continuity for Women at the 1996 Republican and Democratic Conventions", Joreen (1997)[411]
  • In harm's way: the pornography civil rights hearings, Catharine MacKinnon (1997)
  • Life and death: unapologetic writings on the continuing war against women, Andrea Dworkin (1997)
  • "Power, Resistance and Science: A Call for a Revitalized Feminist Psychology", Naomi Weisstein (1997)[412]
  • "Remarks on Naomi Weisstein", Jesse Lemisch and Naomi Weisstein (1997)[413]
  • "Selected Quotes From Women Without Superstition: No Gods - No Masters", Annie Laurie Gaylor (ed.) (1997)[414]
  • The Invention of Women: Making an African Sense of Western Gender Discourses, Oyeronke Oyewumi (1997)
  • Cunt: A Declaration of Independence, Inga Muscio (1998)
  • "Dear Bill and Hillary", Andrea Dworkin (1998)[415]
  • Letters to a Young Feminist, Phyllis Chesler (1998)
  • "Marxist Feminism / Materialist Feminism", Martha E. Gimenez (1998)[416]
  • "Mother Wit", Ellen Willis (1998)[417]
  • "Seneca Falls Anniversary Speech", Hillary Clinton (1998)[418]
  • Sex and Social Justice, Martha Nussbaum (1998)
  • "She Said" from Calyx, Judith Arcana (1998)[419]
  • The Economics of Gender, Joyce P. Jacobson (1998)
  • The Last Suffragist, Ellen DuBois (1998)[420]
  • "The Magnolia Street Commune", Vivian Rothstein (1998)[421]
  • "The Religious War Against Women", Annie Laurie Gaylor (1998)[422]
  • "Three Pieces About Abortion" from Calyx and Hurricane Alice, Judith Arcana (1998)[423]
  • Quintessence... Realizing the Archaic Future: A Radical Elemental Feminist Manifesto, Mary Daly (1998)
  • "When Men Were Men", bell hooks (1998)[424]
  • "Abortion and the Underground", Cheryl Terhor (1999)[425]
  • "Ain't She Still a Woman?", bell hooks (1999)[426]
  • "Are Women Human?", Catharine MacKinnon (1999)[427]
  • "Are You Listening, Hillary? President Rape Is Who He Is", Andrea Dworkin (1999)
  • "Chicago Was at Center of Feminist Activities", Angela Bonavoglia (1999)[428]
  • "CWLU Work Groups and Personal Transformation", Sue Davenport, Paula Kamen, and the CWLU Herstory Committee (1999)[429]
  • Dragon Ladies: Asian American Feminists Breathe Fire, edited by Sonia Shah (1999)
  • Engendering Judaism: An Inclusive Theology and Ethics, Rachel Adler (1999)
  • "Feminism, Moralism, and That Woman", Ellen Willis (1999)[430]
  • "Founding and Sustaining a Women's Studies Program", Judith Kegan Gardiner (1999)[431]
  • "Jo Freeman (also known as Joreen)", Jennifer Scanlon (1999)[432]
  • "Monica and Barbara and Primal Concerns", Ellen Willis (1999)[433]
  • "Our Gang of Four: Friendships and Women's Liberation", Amy Kesselman with Heather Booth, Vivian Rothstein, and Naomi Weisstein (1999)[434]
  • "Penis Passion", bell hooks (1999)[435]
  • "Sex, Race, Religion, and Partisan Alignment", Joreen (1999)[436]
  • "Sisters Against the System", Cara Jepson (1999)[437]
  • Stiffed: The Betrayal of the American Man, Susan Faludi (1999)
  • "The Chicago Women's Liberation Union: An Introduction", Margaret "Peg" Strobel and Sue Davenport (1999)[438]
  • "The China Project, the Prison Project and the Issues of Class and Race", Marie "Micki" Leaner, Paula Kamen and the CWLU Herstory Committee (1999)[438]
  • "The Day I Was Drugged and Raped", Andrea Dworkin (1999)[439]
  • "The Green Highway Theater Press Release [concerning the play Jane: Abortion and the Underground]", Paula Kamen (1999)[440]
  • "What Was the Chicago Women's Liberation Union?", Becky Kluchin (1999)[441]

21st century

2000s

2010s

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