A Feminist Dictionary
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A Feminist Dictionary, published in its second edition as Amazons, Bluestockings, and Crones: A Feminist Dictionary, is an alternative dictionary compiled by Cheris Kramarae, Ann Russo, and Paula A. Tredichler, and first published by Pandora Press in 1985. It has over 2500 words and definitions from a feminist perspective, with the intent of “forcing us to consider who assembles the dictionaries usually consulted and to ask how the words have been chosen." Described by one reviewer as "sort of a cross between the OED and the Whole Earth Catalog," the dictionary uses as its sources academic papers, speeches, graffiti, and quotes from famous women.
- A Feminist Dictionary. Google Books. 1996-09-01. ISBN 9780252066436. Retrieved 21 October 2013.
- Amazons, Bluestockings and Crones: A Feminist Dictionary. Amazon. ISBN 0044408633.
- Nichols, Patricia C. (Spring 1988). "A Feminist Dictionary by Cheris Kramarae; Paula A. Treichler; Grammar and Gender by Dennis Baron". Signs. 3. 13 (3): 600–603. doi:10.1086/494447. JSTOR 3174187.
- McConnel-Ginet, Sally; Kramarae, Cheris; Treichler, Paula A. (Spring 1987). "A Feminist Dictionary by Cheris Kramarae; Paula A. Treichler". Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature. 1. 6: 128–129. doi:10.2307/464171. JSTOR 464171.
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