Scholar and Feminist Conference V program, 1978, page 3

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          T V: CREATING FEMINIST WORKS

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A Feminist Perspective on Art History
Ann Sutherland Harris, The Metropolitan
Museum of Art

The Evolution of a Black Woman Artist
Catti Iames, artist/designer

Teaching Women's Studies: How Creative?
How Feminist?
Catharine R. Stimpson, Barnard College, Signs

Blank Page/ Empty Canvas - A Moment Both
Political and Personal

Honor Moore, poet and playwright, editor of
The New Women's Theatre

The Process and Product of Developing a Theory
of Gender

Suzanne Kessler, SUNY, Purchase

Wendy McKenna, Sarah Lawrence College

Crafts as Feminist Experience: Making
Connections
Sandra M. Whisler, fiber craftswoman

The Literary Salon: An Alternate Space for
Feminist Writing and Theory

Erika Duncan, Karen Malpede,

Carol McCauley, Gloria Orenstein—The
Woman's Salon

Using Feminism and Politics to Change the
Health Care Structure
Diane Lacey, Sydenham Hospital

Comedy and Performance in Scholarly Inquiry
Naomi Weisstein, SUNY, Buffalo

Creating a Feminist Novel
Alix Kates Shulman, author of Memoirs of An
Ex-Prom Queen and Burning Questions

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