Scholar and Feminist III workshop participant lists, 1976, page 5

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Seminar #5:
Judi Babbits, Sarah Lawrence,
women's studies
Nancy Beal, teacher
Emily Bermann, high school student

Caroline Birenbaum, Barnard alumna,
psychology, art history

Hana Breindel, NY Times, admin. asst.
Lila Braine, Barnard, psychology

Janeen Dougherty, Rutgers, microbiology
Susan Fein, Barnard, history

Deborah Gardner, Columbia, architec-
tural and urban history

Debbie Goldstein, Douglass, art

Jean Grosser, Barnard, American history
Rena Hansen, Prime Time, art

Ann S. Harris, SUNY/Albany, art history
Edith Kahn, NY Telephone Co.

Ellen Kennelly, The New School

Roni Kleinman, Hofstra, Women's Center

Freda Kleinburd, Columbia, library
science

Barbara Kellerman, College at Old
Westbury

Karen D. Kraskow, Columbia, design,
religion

Phyllis Levim, Manhasset Public Library,
visual arts director

Esther Levine
Laura Levine, Brooklyn College
Elisabeth Loebl, sculpture, art

Julie Nalebuff, high school teacher

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Origins of Women as Sex-Objects in the Visual Arts

Mary T. Newman, Penn State, speech
communications

Karen Oelrich, Westminster Choir College
Julia Parker, Brooklyn College, English

Elisabeth Page Purcell, F.I.T.,
fashion design

Lucille Raines, Brooklyn College
Vivian Resnick, Rockland County N.0.W.
Marsha Rozenblit, Columbia, history

Myra Russel, Elizabeth Seton College,
English

Amy Scarola, student
Maddy Silber, high school student

Marcia Stewart, N.J. Legislature,
budget review

Susan Sternberg, Univ. of Wisconsin,
Green Bay, urban planning

Barbara Tholfsen, Teachers College,
art

Diana Trebbi, Religious Order, French,
Spanish

Ceci Weiss, high school student

Jane Teller, sculptor