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ERIC Number: ED251401
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982
Pages: 82
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Toward A Feminist Transformation of the Academy: III. Proceedings of the Annual GLCA Women's Studies Conference (7th, November 6-8, 1981).
Reed, Beth, Ed.; And Others
Ten selected papers and a panel discussion are included in these conference proceedings. The first paper is entitled "The Emergence of Women in Twentieth-Century Chilean History and Literature" (Caroline Richards). The second paper is "Attitudes Toward Gender in Two Cultures: Puerto Rico and the United States" (Margaret Berrio, Maria Fernandez, Debbie Hinkle, and Vicky Phillips). The third paper, "Still Crazy After All These Years: The Uses of Madness in Women's Fiction" (Gail Griffin), compares and contrasts the uses of female madness in five fictional works. The fourth paper, "Feminist Counseling" (Anna DiStefano), examines counseling from a feminist perspective. Other papers include "A Dialogue, Critical Issues in Women's Studies: Race, Class, and Sexual Orientation" (Eva Hooker and Anna DiStefano), "Women, Reproductive Freedom, and the Law: A Selected Annotated Bibliography" (Patricia A. Langley), "The Art of Quilting: Thoughts from a Contemporary Quilter" (Joyce Parr), "Two in One, One in Two: An Exploration of a Birth Experience and Images of the Sacred" (Ronald L. Massanari), "Can a Man Teach Women's Studies?" (Cyrus W. Banning), and "Analyzing Discrimination Against Women in the Labor Market--A Few Lessons from John Stuart Mill" (Robin Klay). A selection from the closing panel entitled "Women's Studies and the Re-Vision of Liberal Education: 'What is a Nice Girl/Boy Like You Doing Here?'" (Jane Dickie) and a schedule of conference events conclude the document. (LH)
GLCA Women's Studies Program, 220 Collingwood, Suite 240, Ann Arbor, MI 48103 ($4.00).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Great Lakes Colleges Association, Ann Arbor, MI. Women's Studies Program.
Identifiers: Bronte (Charlotte); Chopin (Kate); Gilman (Charlotte Perkins); Lessing (Doris); Puerto Rico; Women in Literature
Note: For proceedings of other conferences, see SO 016 113-117.