Community College Humanities Association, c/o Essex County College, 303 University Ave., Newark, NJ 07102 ($15). Web site: http://www.ccha-assoc.org.
Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive
The "Community College Humanities Review" is a forum for scholarly work focusing on research, curriculum change, and developments within the humanities disciplines. The fall 1998 issue offers the following articles: (1) "Feminist Currents and Confluence in Southern and Latin America, Women's Narrative: Gertrudis Gomez de Avellaneda y Arteaga and Mary Boykin Chesnut" (Elizabeth Eschbach); (2) "Value and Experience in an Environmental Philosophy" (Frank W. Derringh); (3) "Teaching English Composition on the Internet: Getting Used to New Shoes" (Lawrence Souder); (4) "Women's Growth in Connection: Yezierska, Cather, and Marshall" (Hedda Marcus); (5) "Gender and African Diaspora Issues in Film" (Robert L. Giron); (6) "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Classroom: The Humanist on the Firing Line" (Stephen Dow Beckham); (7) "Autobiographical Theory: Moving Students from the Margins to the Mainstream" (Jill Karle Leahman; Bettye S. Walsh); and (8) "Focus on Foreign Language Standards within the Community College Context" (Richard Kalfus). (NB)
Published annually. Supported by Essex County College, Newark, NJ and Richland College, Dallas, Texas.