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NECTING THEORY, PRACTICE, AND VALUES 10. 11. Patriarchy as Paradigm: The Challenge from Feminist Scholarship Judith Long Laws, Cornell University Androcentrism in Biology Ruth Hubbard, Harvard University Sexism and Social Policy Issues in Urban Planning and Architecture Jackie Leavitt, Columbia University, School of Architecture and Urban Planning Surviving as a Feminist Scholar Outside the Academy Cynthia Secor, HERS, Mid-A tlantic; and University of Pennsylvania Women's Culture/Male Philosophy/Human Thought: What is the Question? Sara Ruddick, New Schoolfor Social Research The Problems in Demystifying Women’s Healthcare Sally Guttmacher, Columbia University, School ofPublic Health Making Feminist Scholarship More Accessible Nancy Henley, University of Lowell Taking Our Lives Seriously: Everyday Experi- ence as a Source of Feminist Social Theory Pamela Fishman, New York City Linda Marks, New York City The Need for a Feminist Literary Theory Elaine Showalter, Douglass College, Rutgers University Medical Ethics and Sterilization Helen Rodriguez-Trias, Lincoln Hospital Alternate Structures and a Utopian Proposal for an Institute for Advanced Feminist Studies Gerda Lerner, Sarah Lawrence College (continued!