WILLA Volume 4 - Table of Contents

Volume 4
Fall 1995

Table of Contents



Psychological Safety of Women on Campus: A Collaborative Approach
by Lynn Butler-Kisber

by Rita Carey

Lost and Found in Space: Using Tillie Olsen's "I Stand Here Ironing" to Encourage Resistance and Identification in the Introductory Literature Classroom
by Linda Cullum

Charlotte Perkins Gilman and the Feminization of Education
by Deborah M. De Sirnone

Black Ice
by John Sutton

Writing with a Gun to My Head: Reflections on a Writers' Group, Teaching Writing, and the Creative Process
by Dawn Haines

Getting Dirty
by Dawn Haines

Behind the "barred windows": The Imprisonment of Women's Bodies and Minds in Nineteenth-Century America
by Michelle Mock Murton

Book Review of NELLIE BLY by Brooke Kroeger
reviewed by Jeanne Gerlach



From the Editor
Jo Gillikin

Section Editors:

Early Childhood and Elementary
Vicki Silver Zack

Barbara A. Schaffner

Patricia P. Kelly

Bruce C. Appleby

CALL FOR PAPERS for the fifth issue of WILLA, the joumal of the NCTE Women in Literature and Life Assembly: The editors encourage varied perspectives, formats, and voices. Contributions should focus on the status and the image of women. Contributions might include critical essays, teaching strategies for all levels, bibliographies, personal essays, and other creative works. Each should be no more than twelve double spaced, typed pages. Three copies of the submissions should be sent. Include word count and a self-addressed envelope to which stamps are clipped. Please use MLA style. Author's name and institutional affiliation should not appear on the manuscript. Receipt of manuscripts will be acknowledged promptly if a self-addressed stamped card or envelope is included. Deadline for receipt of manuscripts is April 30, 1996. Mail to: WILLA, Jo Gillikin, Editor, 380 Riverside Drive, 3F, New York, New York 10025.