Scholar and Feminist Conference VIII program, 1981, page 3

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          lIST VII: CLASS, RACE AND SEX—

~15. AFFIRMING CONNECTIONS

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Afternoon Workshops

. Difference, Domination and Community in the Women's

Movement
Nancy Hartsock, The ]ohns 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: The Psychological, Physical and Social Experience of
Menstruation [Performance and workshop funded by the
Creative Artists Public Service Program (CAPS)]

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 ]orge, Old Westhury, SUNY

. Sexual Politics and Afro-American Feminism:

A Critique of Michele Wallace's Black Macho and the Myth of
the Superwoman
Maxine Bailey, ]ol1s for Youth, Inc.

Confronting 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 or Accumulation: Boserup Revisited

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

. 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
Iudith R. Walkowitz, Rutgers University

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