Scholar and Feminist Conference X program, 1983, page 3

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          I: THE QUESTION OF TECHNOLOGY

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Afternoon Workshops

. From Scrub Boards to Microwaves:

Housework History in Perspective
Ruth 5. Cowan, SUNY/Stony Brook

. Feminist Utopian Fiction

Lee Cullen Khanna, Montclair State College

. Workplace Automation: Studying Technological Discrimination

Eve Hochwald and Mary Murphree, Women and Work Research Group,
Center for the Study of Women and Society, Graduate Center/CUNY

. The Electronic Cottage: Can We Bring the Power Home?

Iaime Horwitz, Graduate Center/CUNY

Can We Make Science More Feminist?
Rita /irditti, The Graduate School of the Union of Experimenting Colleges

. Women and Weapons Technology

Shelah Leader, American University

. The Power to Create, the Power to Resist:

Ecological Feminism and Technology
Ynestra King, New York City

. The Engineering of Reproduction

Marsha Hurst, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Health Hazards at Work
leanne Stellman, Women's Occupational Health Resource Center,
Columbia University

Women's Trauma? Women's Friend?
Personal and Political Implications of the Microcomputer
Beva Eastman, The William Paterson College of New Iersey

The Definition and Redefinition of Skill
Lourdes Beneria, Rutgers University

Organizing the New Workplace

]udith Gregory, 9 to 5, National Association of Working Women

Marsha Love, New York Committee on Occupational Safety and Health
(NYCOSHl

Videotape: A Women's Development Tool
Sherry Delamarter, Martha Stuart Communications

Minority Women in the Workforce and Technological Change
Harriett Harper, Women's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor