Preliminary schedule for conference, 1993
BARNARD Barnard College - Columbia University - 3009 Broadway * New York, NY 10027-6598 The Barnard Center for Research on Women (212) 854-2067 As of 2/16/93 The Scholar and the Feminist Conference, April 24, 1993 Women as Chan e Makers: Building and Using olitical Power Except if otherwise noted, all those listed have agreed to participate. KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: set: Anna Quindlen of The New York Times: closing address of the day. In progress: Barbara Boxer. For opening address. Awaiting response. Carole Mosely Braun. Awaiting response. Can call back after 2/24. PLENARY SESSION Whither Feminism Marie Wilson, Exceutive Director, Ms. Foundation Eleanor Smeal, Fund for a Feminist Majority Faye Wattleton. Former President, Planned Parenthood Federation of America Prof. Catharine R. Stimpson, Rutgers University Tanya Melich, Republican feminist consultant and analyst Jewel Jackson Mccabe, Founder, National Coalition of 100 Black Women WORKSHOPS AND PANELS: 1) Power for Women in Cities Carrie Saxon Perry, Mayor, Hartford, CT Digna Sanchez, Assistant Commissioner, NYC Community Development Agency Ronnie Eldridge, NYC Councilmember Ruth Messinger, President, Borough of Manhattan.
BARNARD Barnard College ° Columbia University ° 3009 Broadway ' New York, NY 10027-6598 The Barnard Center for Research on Women (212) 854-2067 Prof. Ester Fuchs, Barnard College 2) Health and Reproductive Rights Prof. Eugenia Acuna, Hunter College Barbara Gimbel, Republican lobbyist Julia Scott, National Black Women's Health Project Prof. Rhonda Copelon, CUNY Law 3) women Lawmakers Prof. Ruth Mandel, Director, Center for the American Woman and Politics, Rutgers University Congresswoman Marge Roukema (R) Congresswoman Nita Lowey New Hampshire state assemblywoman Ruth Nemzoff (D) Glenda Greenwald, WISH List. 4) Women as Judges The Hon. Betty Ellerin, U.S. Appellate Division The Hon. Carol Berkman, New York Supreme Court Prof. Elizabeth Schneider, Brooklyn Law School 5) What Do Women Want: Polling and Politics Dr. Kathleen Francovic, CBS News Prof. Robert Shapiro, Columbia University Celinda Lake 6) Women, Girls, Education and the State Linda Peng, Director of Task Force on Asian-American Education for New York City Board of Education Dr. Sunita Parikh, Columbia University Prof. Barbara Jackson, Fordham. 7) Health strategizing in New York city Dr. Margaret Hamburg, Commissioner, New York City Health Department. Evelyn Longchamp, Office of Women's Health, NY Health and Hospitals Corporation Prof. Terry Rogers, Barnard Elyce Rackmall, CSW, Maternal/child health advocate. 8) Workshop on Building Political Careers Mary Beth Lambert, National Women's Political Caucus NY State Assemblywoman Cecile Singer. 9) Women, Poverty and Welfare
BARNARD Barnard College - Columbia University - 3009 Broadway ° New York, NY 10027-6598 The Barnard Center for Research on Women (212) 854-2067 Barbara Sabol, Commissioner, Department of Social Services, NYC Prof. Cecilia Conrad, Barnard 10) Lesbian Legal Empowerment Assemblywomen Deborah Glick Prof. Ruthann Robson, CUNY Law School 11) Women and Philanthropy Alison Bernstein, Ford Foundation Prof. Eleanor Brilliant, Social Work, Rutgers University 12) Strategies for Fighting Violence against Women Helen Neuborne, Executive Director, NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund Kris Miccio, Director, Sanctuary for Families Sujata Warrier, Coalition for Battered Women's Advocates Prof. Lynn Chancer. 13) Women and Housing Maria Foscarinis, National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty Marsha Martin, Director, Mayor's Office on Homelessness and SRO Housing. 788-2793 Prof. Susan Saegert, CUNY Grad Center 14) Media Coverage of Women Charlayne Hunter Gault (probable; not yet definite) Prof. Michael Delli Carpini, Barnard College Maria Hinojosa, reporter, WNPR radio Laura Flanders, reporter, Pacifica radio 15) The Power of Women in the Media Prof. Marcia Rock, NYU Journalism Susan Zirinsky, producer, CBS Alexis Gelber, editor, Newsweek 16) The Politics of Direct Action Prof. Tally Kampen, Barnard College Wham (Women's Health Action Mobiliztion): Hope Forstenzer WAC: (Women's Action Coalition): Tracy Ann Essoglou Carnival Knowledge: Ame Gilbert