Scholar and Feminist Conference I program, 1974, page 3

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          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