Scholar and Feminist Conference I program, 1974
THE SCHOLAR AND THE FEMINIST the women’s center barnard college ll may I974
THE SCHOLAR AND THE FEMINIST What is the impact of feminism on scholarship? What are the implica- tions for the disciplines? for academic institutions? and for scholars in their own research and their understanding of women? These questions are the focus of today's conference and will be examined by three con- current panels of scholars from different disciplines. The thirteen afternoon workshops are planned around the general theme, "Scholarship and Feminism: Conflict, Compromise, Creativity," and will address specific questions within this framework. Conference Coordinator — Susan Riemer Sacks Psychology and Education, Barnard College Student Coordinator — Batya Hyman Barnard College Director, Women's Center — Jane S. Gould P R 0 G R A M 9:30 - 10:00 a.m. Check-in, Barnard Hall 10:00 - 12:30 p.m. Morning Panels l2:30 - 2:00 p.m. Lunch, Hewitt Dining Room 2:00 - 4:30 p.m. Afternoon Workshops 4:30 — 6:00 p.m. Cocktail Hour, James Room —_.._..—.—____—_...__—_..____...—._________ This conference is made possible by a grant from the Helena Rubinstein Foundation, Inc.
MORNING PANELISTS ELECTA ARENAL, Hispanic Literature, Richmond College; CAROLYN SHAW BELL, Economics, Wellesley College; CONSTANCE CARROLL, Classics, University of Maine/Portland-Gorham; LEE EHMAN, Biology, SUNY/Purchase; KATE ELLIS, English, Livingston College; GERDA LERNER, History,Sarah Lawrence College; LINDA NOCHLIN, Art History, Vassar College; MIRIAM SCHNEIR, History; VICTORIA SCHUCK, Political Science, Mount Holyoke College; JANET SISKIND, Anthropology, Rutgers University/Newark; JUDITH JARVIS THOMSON, Philosophy Massachusetts Institute of Technology; NAOMI WEISSTEIN, Psychology, SUNY/ Buffalo Panel Moderators from Barnard College: Annette K. Baxter, History; Catharine R. Stimpson, English; Suzanne F. Wemple, History AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS SCHOLARSHIP AND FEMINISM: CONFLICT, COMPROMISE, CREATIVITY NEW LITERARY SOURCES FOR FEMINISTS I Louise Bernikow, Women's Studies, Jersey City State College Elizabeth Diggs, English, Jersey City State College WAR AND PEACE: FOUR GENERATIONS OF FEMINISTS 2 Hester Eisenstein, Experimental College, Barnard College Gladys Meyer, Sociology, Barnard College WOMN IN SOCIAL SCIENCE: NEW QUESTIONS, OLD DATA Patricia Albjerg Graham, Education and History, Barnard College 3; and Columbia University Teachers‘ College Donna Shalala, Politics and Education, Columbia University Teachers‘ College MULTIPLE ROLES OF A FEMINIST SCHOLAR A} Harriet B. Applewhite, Political Science, Southern Connecticut State College Darline Levy, History, Barnard College WHAT BEFITS A WOMAN? E5 Sue Larson, Philosophy, Barnard College Mary Mothersill, Philosophy, Barnard College
w-,:a~_u;..-.«.-.=:§_. O on on ,Nancy Miller, French, Columbia University E V - A ﬁx» 'Domna Stanton, French, Barnard-College‘ ' ‘‘ ifs. IS WOMAN TH "DEVIANT CASE" IN SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH? Julia Makarushka, Sociology, Barnard College Astrid Merget, Political Science, Barnard College, FILMS AND LITERATURE: SOURCES FOR TRANSCULTURAL ANALYSIS Leah Davidson, Psychiatry, William Alanson White Institute Barbara Miller, Oriental Studies, Barnard College ' FEMINIST LITERARY CRITICISM IN THE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH IN TH HUMANITIES: WHAT NEW PERSPECTIVES? Carol Christ, Literature and Religion, Columbia University Elaine Pagels, History of Religion, Barnard College ,FEMINIST~SCHOLARSHIP IN ACTIONS A NEW LOOK AT CLASSICAL TRAGIC HEROINES AND_THEIR MODERN COUNTERPARTS Carolyn Heilbrun, English, Columbia University Ann Sheffield, Greek and Latin, Barnard Collegel 2 »THE ECONOMICS or SEX DIFFERENTIALSS :2 A I3 Cynthia Lloyd, Economics, Barnard College~; Beth Niemi, Economics, Rutgers University/Newark» wmmmmwmE, % any Joan Birman, Mathematics, Barnard College Sigalia1Dostrovsky, Physics, Barnard College FEMINISM: CATALYST FOR CREATIVE ENERGY Victoria Barr, Painting, Barnard College Jane Kaufman, Painting, Queens College I \ ‘The Women's Center, Barnard College, New York City l0027i 212-280-2067 . “;_,¢:.'.z... , u.,.'...._-6 K .