Scholar and Feminist Conference XIII program, 1986, page 2

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          Check-in at Barnard Hall
8:30—9am

MORNING SESSION
9am—l2:30pm
Gymnasium

We1coming«Remarks
Ellen V. Futter, President,
Barnard College

Conference Opening: ”Things Visi-
ble and Invisible: Representations
of Women," Catharine Stimpson,
founding editor of SIGNS, Rutgers
University

Film: "Christopher Strong," 1931,
with Katherine Hepburn, directed
by Dorothy Arzner

Commentary: "The White Female Di-
rector in Hollywood: Arzner's Repre-
sentation ot Women in ”Christopher
Strong,” E. Ann Kaplan, Rutgers
University

Lunch 12:30 — 2 pm
Maclntosh Student
Center

AFTERNOON SESSION
2-6 pm

Afternoon Workshops
2-4: 15 pm

1. Images of Women's Studies and
Politics in Spain

Aria BaIIetbo'. Spanish Congres-
sional Deputy

Mary Nash, Director of the Center
of Historical Research on Women,
University of Barcelona, Spain
Mercedes Vilanova, University of
Barcelona, Spain

2. Gender and Genre: Re-Present-
ing Representation

Bella Brodzki, Sarah Lawrence Col-
lege, ”The Case of Autobiography”
Celeste Schenck, Barnard College,
"The Case of Poetry”

Louise Yellin, SUNY College at
Purchase, ”The Case of the NoVel”

3. Media ‘Access and Accountabil-
ity: Poor. Working Women and
Women of Color Creating a

New Aesthetic

Katherine Elrau Amoy Hall,
Womanews

Ada Griffin, Third World Newsreel
Womenlmage Presentations by
Poet Hattie Gossett and Actress
Bina Sharif Film Clips

4. The Anorexic as Heroine: Eating
Disorders and Feminist Politics
Kate Ellis, Rutgers University
Sonia Sayres, Cooper Union

5. Science Fiction and Political
Imagination

The Feminist Science Fiction Study
Group, History of Consciousness,
University of California, Santa Cruz

6. Representation in Dance

Susan Leigh Foster, Wesleyan
University

Susan Allene Manning, Columbia
University

Cynthia Novack, Barnard College
Video

7. Images of Asian American
Women: Myth and Reality

May Chin. Community Activist
Shirley I-lune, Medgar Evers College
Renee Tajima, Third World Newsreel

8. Their Eyes Were Watching Icons:
Feminists. Journalists, and Cultural
Critics

Margo lefferson, Critic, Journalist
Slides

9. Contradictory Images of Sexual-
ity in Rock Videos on MTV

E. Ann Kaplan, Rutgers University
Video