The Blavatnik Archive Foundation (BAF) is pleased to announce that two new collections comprising over 1,000 total items are fully digitized and accessible online at http://www.blavatnikarchive.org/collections.
The project ‘Time and Tide: Connections and Legacies’ run by Dr Catherine Clay and Dr Eleanor Reed has just launched a new website devoted to the feminist magazine Time and Tide, founded by Lady Rhondda in 1920. Containing contextual information about, and material from, the magazine, it will be updated throughout the year and should be useful for anyone interested in the British press and/or feminist media.
Years ago I did research work on the short-lived magazine Scanlan's Monthly (1970-71), edited by Warren Hinckle (former editor of Ramparts) and Sidney Zion (former New York Times reporter). Hunter S. Thompson was the magazine's most famous contributor; his landmark "gonzo journalism" piece "The Kentucky Derby Is Decadent and Depraved" first appeared in Scanlan's.
I wrote a paper on the magazine that was accepted for the 2004 AEJMC conference, which you can find here:
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Editor's Subject: QU: Urban and Rural Women/Family Magazines
Author's Subject: QU: Urban and Rural Women/Family Magazines
Date Written: Mon, 1 May 2006 11:47:56 -0000
Date Posted: Tue, 01 May 2006 07:47:56 -0400