Scholar and Feminist Conference I program, 1974, page 4

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,Nancy Miller, French, Columbia University E V - A fix»
'Domna Stanton, French, Barnard-College‘ '

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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

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Cynthia Lloyd, Economics, Barnard College~;
Beth Niemi, Economics, Rutgers University/Newark»

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Joan Birman, Mathematics, Barnard College
Sigalia1Dostrovsky, Physics, Barnard College

FEMINISM: CATALYST FOR CREATIVE ENERGY
Victoria Barr, Painting, Barnard College
Jane Kaufman, Painting, Queens College

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