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Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature is a vital forum for the most current theoretical and literary debates in feminist studies. The journal publishes path-breaking literary, historicist, and theoretical work by both established and emerging scholars, including articles, notes, archival research, and reviews. TSWL's unique focus developed from one of Germaine Greer's primary concerns in founding it--"the rehabilitation of women's literary history." Published semiannually since 1982, TSWL is an unequaled archive for those with writing and research interests in women's literature and feminist criticism; it was for some time the only academic journal in the world regularly publishing essays by major international scholars on women's writing.