Scholar and Feminist Conference XII program, 1985, page 3

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. Biology and the Politics of Sexual Difference

Claudia Koonz, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass.,
“Race, Sex and Misogyny in Nazi Germany"

Rosalind Pollack Petchesky. Ramapo College, “Essentialism
and Difference in Feminist Thought"

. Representation of Women in the Third World

Anne McClintock, Columbia University, “Dangerous
Boundaries: The Colonized and the Female Body in Joseph
Conrad and Rider Haggard"

Gauri Viswanathan, Columbia University and the University of
New Delhi, “The Mythologization of Women in Modern
Indian Fiction”

. Challenging the Myth of Passivity: Working Class Women's

Culture and Neighborhood Politics, Part I, Film and Discussion
of “Metropolitan Avenue” (Preview)
Christine Noschese, Producer, Director
Special Guests from the film

Preserving and Publishing: Women's Voices

Betty Powell, Administrative Co-ordinator of Kitchen Table

Press, Brooklyn College, CUNY, “To Publish or Perish"

Judith Schwarz, Lesbian Herstory Archives, Lesbian Herstory
Education Fund

Aida Wakil, Co-founder of Between Ourselves: A Women of
Color Newspaper, Arab-American lesbian writer,
“Establishing A Women of Color Newspaper”

Romance and Sexuality

Janice Radway, University of Pennsylvania, “Identifying
Ideological Faults: Feminism, Analytical Method, and Political
Practice”

Valerie Walkerdine, University of London Institute of
Education, “The Family Romance: Girls in Popular Culture”

Uprooting/Readjusting: The Lives of Women
in South Africa and Mozambique
Marjorie Mbilinyi, Institute of Development Studies, University
of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Stephanie Urdang, Research Director, American Committee on
Africa

Lunch 12-1:30 pm
Macintosh Student Center