Scholar and Feminist Conference XV program, 1988, page 2

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          PROGRAM
Check-in at Barnard Hall
8:30-9:00 am
MORNING SESSION
9 am-12:30 pm

Welcoming Remarks

Ellen V. Futter,
President of Barnard College

Conference Opening:

Temma Kaplan, Director of The
Barnard Center for Research on
Women

Paula Giddings, Author, historian
”Black Women in the Progres-
sive Era”

Sylvia Law, New York University
Law School

”Non-traditional Employment for
Women”

Rosi Braidotti, University of
Utrecht, the Netherlands

”Everlasting Knots: Feminism and
Critical Theory”

Barbara Christian, Afro-American
Studies, University of California,
Berkeley

”Somebody Forgot to Tell Some-
body Something: The Historical
Novels of Contemporary Afro-
American Women”

Lunch 12:30-2:00 pm

AFTERNOON
WORKSHOPS:
2:30-4:30 pm

1. ”POETRYAND RESISTANCE

IN GREECE AND CHILE”

Marjorie Agosin, Poet, Depart-
ment of Spanish, Wellesley
College

Eleni Fourtouni, Poet and
writer

2. ”MINING THE DANCE-

FIELD: SPECTACLE, MOVING

BODIES, AND FEMINIST

THEORY"

Ann Cooper Albright, Perfor-
mance Studies Department,
New York University

Carol Martin, Performance Stu-
dies Department, New York
University

3. "I-"EMINISM AND
ECOLOGY"

Asoka Bandarage, Writer and
activist, Cambridge,
Massachusetts I

Christine Di Stefano, Univer-
sity of Washington, Seattle

Ynestra King, University of
Southern Maine

4. ”THE OUTRAGED MOTHER

FIGURE IN CONTEMPORARY

AFRA—AMERICAN WRITING”

Joanne M. Braxton, Depart-
ment of English, College of
William and Mary

5. ”RETHINKING LOVE, ADO-

LESCENCE AND THE FAMILY”

Jane Brown, Gannett Center
for Media Studies, Columbia
University; University of
North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Francesca Cancian, Depart-
ment of Sociology, Univer-
sity of California, Irvine

]anie Kritzman, Psychology
and Women's Studies, Ohio
State University

Annette Lawson, Institute for
Research on Women and
Gender, Stanford University;
Institute of Human Develop-
ment, University of Califor-
nia, Berkeley

6. ”IMAGES AND IDEOLO—

GIES OF THE BODY”

Terri Cafaro, CUNY Graduate
Center, ”The Rebellious
Body: Some Responses to
Figural Transgression in
20th Century Art”

Maud Lavin, CUNY Graduate
Center, ”Androgyny, Pho-
tography, and Spectatorship
in Weimar and Contempo-
rary Culture”