Scholar and Feminist VII registration form, 1980

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THE WOMEN'S CENTER

Barnard College New York, New York 10027

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A Conference Sponsored by The Barnard College Women's Center

THE SCHOLAR AND THE FEMINIST VII:

CLASS, RACE AND SEX- EXPLORING CONTRADICTIONS, AFFIRMING CONNECTIONS

Funded by the Helena Rubinstein Foundation

Saturday, April 12, 1980

Toward an understanding of how economic, political and cultural institutions divide women by class, race and sexual preference. A theoretical and experiential re-examination of the power and limits of sisterhood as an idea and social force.

PROGRAM

Check-in at Barnard Hall—9-9:45 am

Morning Session—9:45-12 noon

Welcoming Remarks

Iacquelyn Anderson Mattfeld, President, Barnard College

On the Hem of Life: Race, Class and the Prospects for Sisterhood Bonnie Thornton Dill, Memphis State University

Class Divisions in Women's Productive and Reproductive Lives Rosalind Petchesky, Ramapo College

Embracing Deviance and Redefining the Norm Betty Powell, Brooklyn College, CUNY

Moderator, Amy Swerdlow, Rutgers University

Lunch——12 noon—1 pm

Afternoon Workshops—1:15—3 pm

. Difference, Domination and Community in the

Women's Movement Nancy Hartsock, The Iohns Hopkins University

. Women in Prison: A Sociological and Political

Perspective

Regina Arnold, Sarah Lawrence College

Frances Borden Hubbard, Sophie Davis School of Bio- Medical Education, City College, CUNY

. Cycle: A Ps chological, Physical and Social

Experience Performance and worksho funded b the Creative Artists Public Service rogram (CAPSH s Blondell Cummings, Madeline Keller and several other members of the Cycle Arts Foundation

. Class and Race Issues in Women's Studies

Florence Howe, Old Westbury, SUNY; The Feminist Press Angela Iorge, Old Westbury, SUNY

. Sexual Politics and Afro-American Feminism:

A Critique of Michele Wallace's Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman Maxine Bailey, jobs for Youth, Inc.

. Confonting Age Barriers Among Women

Beth B. Hess, County College of Morris

. Female Sexual Empowerment: Defining the

Erotic from Our Personal Experience Frances Doughty, National Gay Task Force

. A Historical Perspective on Feminism and Class

Conflict Renate Bridenthal, Brooklyn College, CUNY

. Modernization and Accumulation: Boserup

Revisited Lourdes Beneria, Livingston College, Rutgers University Gita Sen, The New School for Social Research

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Making Connections: A Workshop in Movement and Improvisation

Barbara Annsdater, Gail Bederman, Catherine Franke, Helene Marshall, Twila Thompson—Woman's Collage Theatre

Feminists’ Movements Against Prostitution, Pornography and ”Male Vice”: A Historical Review

]udith R. Walkowitz, Rutgers University

The Boiling Pot: Race/Class/Ethnic Conflict in Housework _ ,

Bettina Berch, Barnard College Carolyn Reed, National Committee on Household Employment

Reclaiming Lesbian Herstory: A Slide Show and Discussion Members of the lesbian Herstory Archives

Women and the Church: Two Studies

Black and White Women in the Baptist Church, 1870-1900

Evelyn Brooks Barnett, W.E.B. DuBois Institute, Harvard University

Women Activists in Radical Sects in 17th Century England

Phyllis Mack, Livingston College, Rutgers University

Perspectives on the Black and Hispanic Famil Nancy Boyd, Montefiore Hospital; Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Elaine Soto, Lincoln Community Mental Health Center

Feminism, the Family and the New Right Rhonda Copelon, Center for Constitutional Rights; Com- mittee for Abortion Rights and Against Sterilization Abuse (CARASAI

Ian Rosenberg, Empire State College, SUNY

Summary Session——3:30-4:30 pm

Diane Harriford, Stonyhrook, SUNY

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Reception—4:30-6 pm

The conference will be limited to 500 participants and registration will be accepted in order of receipt. To reserve your place, please return the attached form with your fee no later than April 1, 1980. Each participant will attend one afternoon workshop. Please list four choices; we will do our best to honor your preference. You will receive your workshop assignment when you check in on the morning of the conference. For further information write or call the Women's Center, Barnard College, 117th Street and Broadway, New York, NY 10027, (212) 280-2067.

Registration

NAME Enclosed in my registration fee of

Cl $15.00 (regular) or C] $6.50 (stu- ADDRESS dent or limited income) which in-

cludes lunch.

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Please make check payable to the TELEPHONE Barnard Women's Center. Detach

this form and return no later than AFFILIATION FIELD April 1, 1930 to;