Scholar and Feminist III workshop participant lists, 1976

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Seminar #1: The Female Threat:

Gloria Albee, Sarah Lawrence, 23, women's studies

24. Marilyn Costantino, Hunter College, English 25, Marjory Collins, Prime Time

26. Sheryl Conkelton, Douglass, art

27. Millicent Cooley, Douglass, art

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Sara Coulter, Towson State College, English

Jean Detre, writer

Laima Druskis, art, photography Helene Ehrlich, Rutgers, French Rebecca Falk, Hunter College, classics

Audrey Friedman, Middlesex College, career counseling

Lorraine Glemby, Columbia, comparative literature

Carolvn Heilbrun, Columbia, English literature

Ethel S. Paley, social work

Sarah B. Pomeroy, Hunter College, classics

Susan Rappaport, Columbia, library science

Kimberley Rodney, NYU, sociology

Hariette Sackler, Hunter College, classics

Jane Schiller, Prime Time Lisa Schiller, Prime Time

Carolee Schneemann, Douglass, art history

Ann C. Sheffield, Barnard, Greek & Latin

Patriarchal Ideology in The Odyssey

Cecile Singer, Rubinstein Foundation Tracey ward, Prime Time

Barbara Bellow Watson, CCNY, women's studies, English

John Winkler, Yale, classics, literature Zalmar

Joanne Silverberg

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Seminar #2: Barbara Abramowitz, Hofstra, Women's Center

Rochelle S. Albin, George Washington UniV., psychology

Dorcey Baker, Brown, women's center Jean Barrick, education

Stephen C. Barto, NYU, anthropology Jane Bassin, NYU, religion

Diane Ben—Merre, Hofstra, English

Pamela R. Bowers, Union Theological, psychiatry & religion

Susan M. Castronuovo, Barnard, English literature

Ruth Cecire, social work

Jessie L. Cohen, writer, literary agent

Janet Connolly, Suffolk Comm. College

Cathy Leaycraft, Univ. of Delaware student

Nancy Dean

Marion Dellapa, Union Theological, psychiatry & religion

Elizabeth Diggs, Jersey City State, literature, women's studies

Claudia Dunagan, Union Theological, psychiatry & religion

Carolyn Eckhaus, Brooklyn College, psychology

Barbara Elovic, Barnard alumna, English

Anita Forrest

Jo Gillikin, Staten Island Comm. College, English

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Jung After Feminism

Gloria Greenstein, Barnard, history

Jo Hartley, Business & Professional Women's Foundation, research

Nancy J. Hartley (Norville), Drew Univ. student

Fran Hasseneahl, consultant, speech

Dorothy 0. Helly, Hunter College, Victorian England

Susan Jenkins, Women's Action Alliance Sue Libow, Barnard student Corrine B. Lucido, The Feminist Press

Mary E. Lutz, Hunter College, social research

Inez Martinez, Kingsborough Comm. College, literature

Gerrie Nussdorf, Nyack Consultation Center, psychology

Monica Raymond, Lehman College, English Mary Eno Reeves, Women's Action Alliance Florence Rosenthal, social work Elizabeth Silk, social work

Joan Storey, Barnard student

Linda Terrone, Brooklyn College student Ethel Thomas, school counselor

Barbara Trilling, Long Island Univ., psychology

Kay Turner Margaret Weber, art

Alice Crozier, Douglass, English

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Seminar #3:

Debbie Aaron, NYU, film

Pam Auricchio, Queens College student

Renee P. Beauchamp, Barnard, economics

Bettina Berch, Barnard, economics

Jacqueline A. Case, Sarah Lawrence, women's history

Wanda Chin, Barnard, urban studies

Arlene Daly, Pretrial Intervention, counseling

Irene Diamond, Woodrow Wilson School/ Princeton, political science

Harriet Eiseman

Anne Greer Garonzik, Rockefeller Foundation

Annette Geller

Rose Gladstone, Queens College, women's studies

Grace Hechinger, Barnard, history Susan Kahn

Suzanne Karkut, Pretrial Intervention, counseling

Mary McNally, Trinity College, economics

Patricia J. Murphy, Univ. of Mass., sociology, women's studies

Sherry Ortner, Sarah Lawrence, anthropology

Jean B. Quandt, Rutgers Carmen Ramos, SUNY, history

Esther Rowland, Barnard, pre—profes— sional counseling

The Politics

of Wagelessness

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Estelle Sirlin, College at Old Westbury, women's studies

Sallie Y. Slate, Barnard, public relations

Pat Sweeney, Adelphi, history

Deborah Waldman, Barnard, Latin America/economics

Janet M. Wedel, Hobart & William Smith, sociology

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Seminar #4:

Carol—Ann Allen, Barnard, English

Emily Andrews, Barnard, dance Pat Ballou, Barnard, librarian Joy Beane, Barnard student Louise Bernikow, writer

D. Lydia Bronte, Rockefeller Foundation

Ginger Chih, Sarah Lawrence, women's studies

Doris B. Coster, Barnard, administrator

Lee D Tullio, Barnard student

Deborah Drier, Random House, college publishing

Melissa Drier, Fairchild Publications

Joan Dulchin, Wesleyan, sociology

Kate Ellis, Rutgers, English

Beth Falk, Barnard, English, history

Jennifer Fox, Barnard, biology

Elsa Greene, Univ. of Penn., women's studies

Maire Kurrik, Barnard, English Lisa Lerman, Barnard, history

Nancy Lerner, Barnard, American studies

Carol Levin, Feminist Press

Anne Levine, Georgian Court College, women's studies

Marie T. Logue, Rutgers, American lit.

Honor Moore, poet, playwright

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Anger as Inspiration and Inhibition

Ellen Morgan, Bucks County Comm. College, English

Gloria Feman Orenstein, Douglass, English

Ellen Kate Prior, Barnard, American studies

Judith Pucci, Barnard, English Judy Rowland, high school student

Elaine Showalter, Douglass, women's studies, English

Dorothy Smith, NYU, filn Ellen B. Sweet, Women's Action Alliance

Marcelle Thiebaux, St. John's Univ., English

Florence Villanueva, writer

Anneliese Wagner, Sarah Lawrence Center for Cont. Ed., literature

Hilary Weisman, Barnard, anthropology Sharon White, Yale, history

Jan Wilkotz, Towson State College, English

Jean Wright, Suffolk Comm. College Irene Zahava, Women's Action Alliance

Elaine Pagels, Barnard, religion

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Seminar #5: Judi Babbits, Sarah Lawrence, women's studies Nancy Beal, teacher Emily Bermann, high school student

Caroline Birenbaum, Barnard alumna, psychology, art history

Hana Breindel, NY Times, admin. asst. Lila Braine, Barnard, psychology

Janeen Dougherty, Rutgers, microbiology Susan Fein, Barnard, history

Deborah Gardner, Columbia, architec- tural and urban history

Debbie Goldstein, Douglass, art

Jean Grosser, Barnard, American history Rena Hansen, Prime Time, art

Ann S. Harris, SUNY/Albany, art history Edith Kahn, NY Telephone Co.

Ellen Kennelly, The New School

Roni Kleinman, Hofstra, Women's Center

Freda Kleinburd, Columbia, library science

Barbara Kellerman, College at Old Westbury

Karen D. Kraskow, Columbia, design, religion

Phyllis Levim, Manhasset Public Library, visual arts director

Esther Levine Laura Levine, Brooklyn College Elisabeth Loebl, sculpture, art

Julie Nalebuff, high school teacher

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Origins of Women as Sex-Objects in the Visual Arts

Mary T. Newman, Penn State, speech communications

Karen Oelrich, Westminster Choir College Julia Parker, Brooklyn College, English

Elisabeth Page Purcell, F.I.T., fashion design

Lucille Raines, Brooklyn College Vivian Resnick, Rockland County N.0.W. Marsha Rozenblit, Columbia, history

Myra Russel, Elizabeth Seton College, English

Amy Scarola, student Maddy Silber, high school student

Marcia Stewart, N.J. Legislature, budget review

Susan Sternberg, Univ. of Wisconsin, Green Bay, urban planning

Barbara Tholfsen, Teachers College, art

Diana Trebbi, Religious Order, French, Spanish

Ceci Weiss, high school student

Jane Teller, sculptor

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Seminar #6:

The Development of Sex Differences as the

Development of Power Differences

Joan Arcani-Deans, Teachers College student

Margo Berch, Barnard student

Lynn Biggers, Suffolk Comm. College, psychology, women's studies

Cheryl Blamey, NYU School of Social Work student

Diane Serafin Blank, lawyer

Jeanne Brackin, College at Old Westbury, American studies

Jacqueline Bruskin, Barnard alumna

Joan Burstyn, Douglass, history of women's education

Magdalena Calala, social psychology Lucinda Cisler, history

Sheila Connolly, NY Telephone Co. Mary Criqui, Columbia, nursing

Meritta Cullinan, Molloy College, sociology

Dorothea Echard, Suffolk Comm. College

Ronnie M. Eldridge, Ms., WNET-TV Barbara Filner, Columbia, biology

Pam Fishman, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, sociology

Michelina Fitzmaurice, The Feminist Press

Barbara Hertz, Barnard, administrator Elizabeth Janeway, writer Barbara Woods Levin, N.J. Dept. of

Environmental Protection, recreation planning

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Judith D. Llewellyn, education, human relations

Judith Mendell, Columbia, anthropology Ann Moell, Jewish Feminist Organization

Maxine Morrin, Teachers College, communications

Janet Muff, Columbia, nursing Gwyneth M.Murphy, Barnard student Eva A. Nagy, The New School, anthropology

Sydney H. Pendleton, Jersey City State, nursing, anthropology

Victoria B. Smalley, N.J. State Legislatur research

E. Starcevic, CCNY, Spanish Sandra Stein, Rider College, ed. psych. Sheila Tarr, CCNY, anthropology

Daphne E. Telfeyan, Barnard, anthropology

Elida N. Telfeyan, Adelphi Univ., sociolog

Adelaide Thomason, New Rochelle College Maggie Tripp, The New School, education Reesa M. Vaughter, Fordham, psychology

Susan Weintraub, Cornell Medical College, molecular biology

Caroline C. Winser, Iona College, anthropology

Diane Zannoni, Trinity College, economics

Eleanor L. Zuckerman, CUNY Grad Center, psychology

Margaret Stahl, Barnard, architecture

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Seminar #7: Elaine B. Altman, The New School, anthropology

Joyce Bailey, Drew Univ., Christian education

Ros Baxandall, College at Old Westbury, history

Jessica Benjamin, NYU, sociology

Marilyn Bollino, Suffolk Comm. College

Jane Burka, Columbia, psychology

Claire Coombs, Princeton, political science

Ilona C. Coombs, Drew Univ., French Claudia Curfman, education

Katherine Dalsimer, Columbia, clinical psychology

S. Daly, Teachers College, Barnard, foreign language education

Christine DeMers, Rutgers, sociology Nancy Demmin, Univ. of Mass.

Manuela Dobos, Staten Island Comm. College

Nancy Erickson, lawyer

Doris Friedensohn, Jersey City State, women's studies, American studies

Tatiana Greene, Barnard, French Hannah Hahn, Barnard student Janet M. Hanna

Cynthia Jabs, Barnard alumna, journalism

Daphne Joslin, Lehman College, sociology

Joann Lawless, Columbia, writing

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The Origins of Modern Marriage

Miriam Lewim, Manhattanville, psychology

Karen McAu1ey, high school teacher Gaylen Moore, Life, writer

Carol Mostow, Yale, American studies Doris O'Donnell, NYU, anthropology

Nancy O'Donnell, Sarah Lawrence, women's history

Jane Panek, Molloy College, education Elizabeth Phillips, The Feminist Press

Ellen Pollak, Columbia grad faculties, English

Barbara Rubin, Jersey City State, education, women's studies

Susan Riemer Sacks, Barnard, psychology Lynne S. Schwartz, writer Natalie Sokoloff, CUNY, sociology

Erika Steffen, Jersey City State, early childhood education

Susan wells, data processing Sandra Whisler, managing editor, SIGNS

Anthony McCall

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Seminar #8:

Beyond the Mother Tongue:

Repression and Expression

of Sensuous Experience in Women's Poetic Language

Frances Amorosaua, high school English teacher

Roni Bialer, high school student

Florence A. Brand, Teachers College, career services

Mary Jane Ciccarello, Columbia, Italian lit.

Susan K. Costello, NYU student Glorianna Davenport, filmmaker

Julia Demmin, Univ. of Mass., English

Naomi Ebert, Hofstra, Women's Center Martha Ferrer, Spanish Laura Fishleder, high school student

Ruth Frazier, Hollins College, continuing education

Barbara Gutierrez, Barnard, English Patricia Lawrence, CCNY Estelle Leontief

Rita S, Losch, Middlesex Comm. College, English

Hedda Marcus, Nassau Comm. College, English

Jody Massik, Barnard, anthropology, pre—med

Natalie Maxwell, Institute for Advanced Studies of World Religions, eastern religions

Juliet Nierenberg, librarian

Mary A. O'Donnell, high school English teacher

Miriam Ortiz, Barnard, sociology, education

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Nancy Paxton, Rutgers, English Barbara Petratos, social work

Inez Smith Reid, Barnard, political science

Patti Renner—Tana, Nassau Comm. College

Penelope Roach, Marymount College, sociology

Harriet Rubin, Columbia, literature

Susan Gwen Turk, Jung Institute, mythology

Judith Turkel, comparative lit.

Barbara Unger, Rockland Comm. College, English

Esther Hernandez, Barnard student Santa G. Velez, Barnard, psychology Frances Waldman

Betty Wallach, CUNY, English

Joan Weimer, Drew Univ., English, women's studies

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Seminar #10: The Medieval Church:

Electa Arenal, CUNY/Richmond College, women's studies

Judith Bennett, Gladstone United Methodist Church

Mona Bergenfeld, CCNY, english

Lillian Bozak, Molloy College, theology Ruth Carpino, Barnard student

Diane Cook, Douglass, art

Terry Culbertson, Drew Theological

Gina Davis, CCNY, history

Nancy Dean, Hunter College, medieval lit.

Anne E. Driver, College at Old Westbury, medieval history, women's studies

Joanne Gillespie, Drew Univ., sociology

B. Gottlieb, Institute for Research in History, history

Emily Heilbrun, Barnard, history Regina Hoefner, Barnard student

Jenny Jochens, Towson State College, history

Karen L. Johnson, Barnard staff

Sylvia Kimmelman, high school English teacher

Louise Knauer

Renee Mclnnis

Gladys Meyer, Barnard, sociology

Kim Mills, Barnard student

Yvonne Neiman, Hofstra, Women's Center

Carol Neuls-Bates, N.Y. Public Library, musicology

Ellen Walensky Stern, high school teacher

What Happened to Women?

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Leslie Strickland, Columbia, German

Barbara Sussman, Sarah Lawrence, history

Jo—Ann Tomback, Brooklyn College student

Sandra Lichenstein, Suffolk Comm. College, philosophy

Debra Zappia, Hofstra, Women's Center

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Seminar #11: The Physical Abuse of Women: The Force of Patriarchy

Diane DeMauro, Montclair State College, psychology Patti Dornfeld, Douglass, art Roslyn Feinstein, teacher, guidance

Jen Felmley, Business and Professional Women's Foundation, librarian

Chris Ingenito, Suffolk Comm. College Marguerite Kiely, sociology

Linda Marks, Hollins College, anthropology Martha Nelson, Barnard student

Maria Roy, Abused Women's Aid in Crisis Beryl Schwartz

Evelyn Telsey

Sonia Teshu

Nancy Tooney, Polytechnic Institute of N.Y., biochemistry

Joyce J. Walstedt, Univ. of Delaware, women's studies, psychology

Paula Webster, Queens College, anthropology Charlene Wrobel Eleanor Fitch

Lisa Heath

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youth ministry

2. Mary Ann Ashton, United Methodist Church, literature

3. Katie G. Cannon, Union Theological, doctoral program

4. Louise Crawford, Barnard, oriental studies 5. Margaret Culley, Univ. of Mass., English 6. Mary Graves, Barnard, political science

7. Bonita Johnson

8. Nancy Levidow, Barnard, linguistics

9. Dawn McKenzie, Univ. of Conn., literature, art, biology

10. Betsey McPeake, Jersey City State College ll. Geraldine McTigue, history 12. Linda Robinson

13. Lori Sharpe, Black Feminist Organization, literature

14. Cheryl A. Wall, Douglass, English 15. Louise Weston, Rider College, sociology

16. Meg Bogin, writer

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Seminar #13:

Nancy Barton

Elizabeth Capelle, Columbia, history Janet Celli, Suffolk Comm. College Sheila Collins, writer, theologian Heather Cottin, teacher

James Creane, Brooklyn College, sociology, psychology

Muriel Dimen-Schein, Lehman College, anthropology

Laurel Eisner, social work Doris Fassler, CCNY, English Evelyn Frankford, social work

Estelle B. Freedman, Princeton, American history

Jo Freeman, SUNY Purchase, political science

Jacqueline Gill, Union Theological Atina Grossman, Rutgers, history Anita Haas, teacher

Judith L. Holman, lawyer

Suad Joseph, Hofstra, anthropology Beryl Kaplan, Barnard student

Carmela A. Karnoutsos, Jersey City State, American history

Ellen R. Kelly Joan Kelly, CCNY, women's history

Maggi Landau, Sarah Lawrence, women's history

Bettina Lande, Barnard, German, history

Mary Kay Lane, Douglass, women's studies

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Origins and Aims of Socialist Feminism

Carole Martin, Sarah Lawrence,

women's history Lucille McKearney

Clara R. Melman, Staten Island Comm. College, sociology

Ruth S. Meyers, Brooklyn College, ed. psych.

Fanette Pollack, New York University Law School

Iris Quigley, librarian Susan Rubenstein, history Avery Russell, Carnegie Corporation

Dianne Miller Saccone, Sarah Lawrence,

women's history

Greta Schiller, CCNY, film Tracy Scott, Barnard, English Mary Sheerin, Union, education

Janet Farrell Smith, Univ. of Mass., philosophy, women's studies

Ruth S. Spitz, Empire State College, economics

Amy Swerdlow, Sarah Lawrence, women's history

Toni Tavarone, Syracuse Univ., psychology Gloria Weglund, College at Old Westbury Marli Weiner, Sarah Lawrence, history

Kathryn B. Yatrakis, Empire State College, political science

Regina Zambrotta, College at Old Westbury

Rayna Reiter, The New School, anthropology