Scholar and Feminist Conference XV program, 1988, page 3

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          Terry Lichtenstein, CUNY
Graduate Center, ”The Pol-
luted Body: The Politics of
Degeneracy in Nazi Ger-
many, 1933-38"

Kathy O’Dell, CUNY Graduate
Center, ”The Performance
Artist as Masochistic
Woman”, Chair

7. ”l-"EMINISM, GENDER, AND

THE STAT ”

Victoria de Grazia, History
Department, Rutgers Uni-
versity, Chair

Anne Showstack Sasson,
School of Economics and
Politics, Kingston Polytech-
nic, Great Britain, ”Gramsci
and Women”

Hamideh Sedghi, Political Sci-
ence, Vassar College, ”Femi-
nism and the State in Iran”

8. ”WOMEN AND MUNI-
TIONS WORKERS IN THE
FIRST WORLD WAR”

Laura Lee Downs, Mellon Fel-
low, Columbia University;
University of Michigan

]ane Bond—Howard, Bunting
Institute, Radcliffe College;
Lincoln University

Florence Anna Fisher, Presi-
dent of ALMA (Adoptees’
Liberty Movement
Association)

10. ”LISES AND MISUSES OF

MATERNALISM AND THE

LAW”

Kristin Booth Glen, Justice of
the Supreme Court, State of
New York

11. ”CREATING FAMILIES:

THE EXPERIENCE OF

LESBIANS”

Claire Riley, CUNY Graduate
Center

12. ”WOMEN AND POLITICAL

ACTION IN ASIA”

Hei Soo Shin, Sociology,
Rutgers, New Brunswick,
”Women and the Political
Situation in South Korea"

]ayne Werner, Southern Asian
Institute, Columbia Univer-
sity, ”Women in Viet Nam”

Marilyn Young, History, New
York University, Chair

13. ”THE EFFECTS OF DESTA—

BILIZATION ON WOMEN IN

9. ”SEALED ADOPTION SOUTHERN AFRICA"
RECORDS CONTROVERSY: Stephanie Urdang, New York
THE SEARCH FOR REUNION journalist, affiliated with the
BY ADOPTEES AND NATURAL American Committee on
PARENT " Africa.

CLOSING SESSION:

5:00 pm-6:30 pm
Deb Pardes, New York City based folk singer
The Columbia Metrotones, an all—women a cappella singing group

Academic Coordinator
Temma Kaplan

Conference Coordinators
Ruth Farmer
Robin Ferguson
Temma Kaplan