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--Health Problems of Married Rural Women
--Women's Health in an Ayta Tribe Community
--Women's Health in a Mountain Village
--Health Problems of Urban Poor Women
--Abortion, Rape, Incest and Wife Battering: Finding from Key…

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Invitation
Program Agenda
Acknowledgments
Biographies of Speakers
- Adrienne Asch
- Gwendolyn Calvert Baker
- Michelle Fine
- Merle Froschl
- Temma Kaplan
- Deborah Kent
- Julie V. Marsteller
- Marilynn Josephine Phillips
-…

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--Center Administration and Staff
--Center History
--Overview of Center
--Structure, Facilities, Cooperative Activities, Center Affiliates
--Current Research
--Large Research Grants, Small Grants, Travel…

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--Introduction to the Minnesota Plan II
--Guiding Principles of the Plan
--Objectives of the Plan
--Dimensions of the Academic Environment Included in the Plan
--Recruitment, Retention, Recognition, and…

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Women's Studies: Awakening Academe - Introduction
Women's Studies: Its Focus, Idea Power and Promise
On the Reeducation of Sophie
Evaluating Women's Studies: Academic Theory and Practice
The Sociology of Birth: A Critical Assessment…

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Background to the Conference
The Conference at Wesleyan
Future Plans

From Introduction: "I review here the typology of [my 1983 paper 'Interactive Phases of Curricular Re-Vision: A Feminist Perspective'], this time with a focus on race, and on processes of making curricula and personal perception more…

Discusses the unique burdens, status, and experiences of slave women during the time of the American Revolution. Addresses the historiographical bind facing the study and understanding of these individuals: "The history of black women in the second…

Description of a newly designed course that attempts to bridge the gap between Women's Studies and Afro-American Studies in a scientific context. Includes a recap of the first semester the course was offered, as well information on the syllabus and…