Scholar and Feminist Conference IX program, 1982, page 3

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          TOWARDS A POLITICS OF SEXUALITY——————

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Afternoon Workshops

. Power, Sexuality and the Organization of Vision

Mary Ann Doane, Brown University
Barbara Kruger, Artist

Lacan: Language and Desire
Maire Kurrilr, Barnard College

Political Organizing Around Sexual Issues
Cheryl /ldams, lesbian Feminist Liberation
Noreen Ccinnell, NYC Planned Parenthood

Brett Harvey, No More Nice Girls

Pornography and the Construction of a Female Subject
Bette Cordon, Hofstra University
Kaia Silverman, Simon Fraser University

Teen Romance: The Sexual Politics of Age Relations
Camille Bristozo, The Center for Public /ldvocacy Research
Sharon Thompson, The Center for Open Education

Everything They Always Wanted You to Know:

Popular Sex Literature

Meryl Altman, Columbia University

Beyond the Cay/Straight Split: Do Sexual ”Roles" (Butch/Femme)
Transcend Sexual Preference?

Esther Newton, SUNY—Purchase

Shirley Walton, Diana Books

Sexuality and Creativity—A Theatre Workshop
Shirley Kaplan, Barnard College

. Aggression, Selfhood and Female Sexuality: Rethinking

Psychoanalysis
Dale Bernstein, psychotherapist
Elsa First, psychotherapist

Class, Cultural and Historical Influences on Sexual
Identity in the Psychotherapeutic Relationship
Oliva Espin, Boston University

Pat Robinson, clinical social worlcer

Beyond Politics: Understanding the Sexuality
of Infancy and Childhood

Mary S. Calderone, M.D., Sex Information and
Education Council of the US. ISIECUSI

Kate Millett, writer .
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from the Helena Rubinstein Foundation