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Northern Lambda Nord Communique, Vol.15/16, No.10/1 (December/January 1994-1995), Northern Lambda Nord, Jim Fotter, Dick Harrison Dec 1994

Northern Lambda Nord Communique, Vol.15/16, No.10/1 (December/January 1994-1995), Northern Lambda Nord, Jim Fotter, Dick Harrison

Northern Lambda Nord Communique

No abstract provided.


Demanding Citizenship: The U.S. Women's Movement, 1848-1930, Lena Sweeten Dec 1994

Demanding Citizenship: The U.S. Women's Movement, 1848-1930, Lena Sweeten

Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects

The U. S. women's movement began in 1848 with the Seneca Falls Convention for women's rights. As set forth by the convention's "Declaration of Sentiments," the movement was concerned with a broad array of social, religious, cultural and political reforms to bring about gender equality. Following the Civil War, the women's movement took on the semblance of a single-issue movement, as the effort to achieve woman suffrage consumed feminists' resources and energies. The acquisition of suffrage was intended to be the vehicle for women to gain the spectrum of rights initially defined in 1848. Extravagant predictions ...


Nº10: La Muerte…De La Vida El Otro Lado, Colectivo Con-Spirando Dec 1994

Nº10: La Muerte…De La Vida El Otro Lado, Colectivo Con-Spirando

Con-spirando

Translation: The Death... Life of the Other Side


10% 12/1994, 10% Enterprises Dec 1994

10% 12/1994, 10% Enterprises

10% (1994-1995)

No abstract provided.


Romancing Visual Women: From Canon To Console, Roberta Sabbath Dec 1994

Romancing Visual Women: From Canon To Console, Roberta Sabbath

English Faculty Publications

This dissertation juxtaposes the romantic modal treatment of powerful, admired women which canonical male authors and feminist authors and critics construct with those constructed by contemporary women for the visual mass media of video, broadcast television, and computer. The discourse of the former produces the figure of a fragmented woman who is rare, supernatural, marginalized, and impossible. The discourse of the latter produces the figure of a psychologized woman who is typical, natural, mainstream, and possible. To examine the discourse of impossibility, I use three canonical works: Augustine's Confessions; Chretien de Troyes' Perceval; and Dante's Divine Comedy. I ...


Community Pride Reporter, 12/1994, Community Pride Reporter Dec 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 12/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Analyzing Administrative Experiences: Feminist, Labor, And Organizational Culture Perspectives, Joan L. Arches, Paula Schneider Dec 1994

Analyzing Administrative Experiences: Feminist, Labor, And Organizational Culture Perspectives, Joan L. Arches, Paula Schneider

The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare

A framework is offered for making organizational assessment for change using feminist, labor, and organizational culture perspectives. A vision of a humane work environment is important. The labor literature provides the critical analysis, the feminist perspective provides alternatives, and the concept of organizational culture provides the tool for assessment. Based on an exploratory study with women administrators, the authors look at how differences in values are reflected in the administration and structure of feminist and traditional agencies.


Apex : A Point Of Departure, Vol.3, No.09 (November 1994), Annette Dragon, Naomi Falcone, Diane Matthews, Madeleine Winter Nov 1994

Apex : A Point Of Departure, Vol.3, No.09 (November 1994), Annette Dragon, Naomi Falcone, Diane Matthews, Madeleine Winter

APEX

No abstract provided.


The Aids Project Newsline, Vol.7, No.2 (November 1994), Eve Cimmel, The Aids Project Nov 1994

The Aids Project Newsline, Vol.7, No.2 (November 1994), Eve Cimmel, The Aids Project

The AIDS Project Newsline

No abstract provided.


Northern Lambda Nord Communique, Vol.15, No.9 (November 1994), Northern Lambda Nord, Dick Harrison Nov 1994

Northern Lambda Nord Communique, Vol.15, No.9 (November 1994), Northern Lambda Nord, Dick Harrison

Northern Lambda Nord Communique

No abstract provided.


10% 11/1994, 10% Enterprises Nov 1994

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10% (1994-1995)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 11/1994, Community Pride Reporter Nov 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 11/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Working Women's Community: A Feminist Perspecitve On Women In The Urban Condition; Representation In Space And Architecture, Hilary M. Sample Oct 1994

Working Women's Community: A Feminist Perspecitve On Women In The Urban Condition; Representation In Space And Architecture, Hilary M. Sample

Architecture Thesis Prep

"Investigating gender in architectre calls attention to issues of spatial segregation and stratification systems which contribute to human inequalities, such as the distribution of knowledge and power.... An exploration of gendered spaces through an investigation of male-oriented environmets in relation to feminine spatial-socio language of difference that could inform architectural spaces which allow for multiplicity of experience which promotes knowledge and power.

The vehicle for exploring these issues will be a community center which provides social services and communal living. The project will be developed through patterns of program and the multiplicity of spatial experiences."


Feminist Scholarship Review, Linda Mckinney, Diane Martell, Jennifer Guy Oct 1994

Feminist Scholarship Review, Linda Mckinney, Diane Martell, Jennifer Guy

Feminist Scholarship Review

Published from 1991 through 2007 at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, the Feminist Scholarship Review is a literary journal that describes women's experiences around the world. FSR began as a review of feminist scholarly material, but evolved into a journal for poetry and short stories


Apex : A Point Of Departure, Vol.3, No.08 (October 1994), Annette Dragon, Naomi Falcone, Diane Matthews, Madeleine Winter Oct 1994

Apex : A Point Of Departure, Vol.3, No.08 (October 1994), Annette Dragon, Naomi Falcone, Diane Matthews, Madeleine Winter

APEX

No abstract provided.


Northern Lambda Nord Communique, Vol.15, No.8 (October 1994), Northern Lambda Nord, Dick Harrison Oct 1994

Northern Lambda Nord Communique, Vol.15, No.8 (October 1994), Northern Lambda Nord, Dick Harrison

Northern Lambda Nord Communique

No abstract provided.


10% 10/1994, 10% Enterprises Oct 1994

10% 10/1994, 10% Enterprises

10% (1994-1995)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 10/1994, Community Pride Reporter Oct 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 10/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Women As Leaders In Higher Education: Blending Personal Experience With A Sociological Viewpoint, Dolores E. Cross Sep 1994

Women As Leaders In Higher Education: Blending Personal Experience With A Sociological Viewpoint, Dolores E. Cross

Trotter Review

A theme often repeated in the writings of C. Wright Mills is that of the "sociological imagination." What prompts our sociological imagination, he says, is a blending of our knowledge about the social sciences with our personal history. In my experience, it is important for leaders to have a sociological imagination. What follows are observations of my experience during my tenure as president of the New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC), and in my current position as president of Chicago State University.


Expanding The Pool Of Women And Minority Students Pursuing Graduate Study: The Development Of A National Model, Bernard W. Harleston Sep 1994

Expanding The Pool Of Women And Minority Students Pursuing Graduate Study: The Development Of A National Model, Bernard W. Harleston

Trotter Review

The underrepresentation of women and minority students in certain disciplines in the graduate schools of American colleges and universities is a matter of great national concern. This concern has been intensified by the decline during the last fifteen years, especially from 1978 to 1988, in graduate school enrollments of all categories of American students. But, even before this most recent period of decline and during a time when the enrollment of women and minority students was at its highest (between 1968 and 1974, as a consequence, primarily, of the civil rights movement), the representation of women and minorities in the ...


Gender Portrayal In Jewish Children's Literature, Ellen G. Cole Sep 1994

Gender Portrayal In Jewish Children's Literature, Ellen G. Cole

Judaica Librarianship

Current concerns with equality and equity focus the spotlight on gender, especially in a patriarchal religion and its observances, customs, and literature. When boys and girls read Jewish books they receive an image through word and picture of Jewish girls and women. This image can vary if the subject of the story is religious or cultural, if the time frame is past or present, if the locale is familiar or foreign, or if the plot conflict involves a male or another female. Gender can shift the fulcrum when the world seesaws between unfair and un equal.

Books contain implicit and ...


Transgression In Jewish Literature, Jyl Lynn Felman Sep 1994

Transgression In Jewish Literature, Jyl Lynn Felman

Judaica Librarianship

Jewish library collection policies as they relate to Jewish gay and lesbian issues are discussed. Questions considered are whether a book about gay Jews or a book written by a Jewish gay author should be included in Judaica collections. The issue is placed within a historical Jewish literary tradition which includes authors such as Grade, Ozick, Miller, Roth and Rukeyser—who write about such transgressive themes as sexuality, assimilation, self-loathing, agnostic rabbis, etc. Through personal examples drawn from her collection of Jewish short stories, Hot Chicken Wings, the author makes a case for including books with Jewish lesbian content. Also ...


Reflections Of A Jewish, Lesbian Author, Lesléa Newman Sep 1994

Reflections Of A Jewish, Lesbian Author, Lesléa Newman

Judaica Librarianship

In this essay, Jewish lesbian author Leslea Newman speaks of the importance of finding one's own identity reflected in works of literature, citing examples of her own work, and recommending the writings of other Jewish lesbian authors of merit.


Gay, Lesbian, And Bisexual Literature With Jewish Content: A Bibliographic Overview, Jack Nusan Porter Sep 1994

Gay, Lesbian, And Bisexual Literature With Jewish Content: A Bibliographic Overview, Jack Nusan Porter

Judaica Librarianship

The topic of gay, lesbian, and bisexual literature with Jewish content has been taboo for a very long time. Because of Judaism's deep-rooted commitment to the family, alternative forms of sexual relationships have rarely been mentioned in Jewish literature. Only in the past twenty-five years, with the rise of AIDS, but starting in the radical 1960s with its innovative sexual and cultural critique and revolutionary approach to politics and power arrangements, have we seen the rise of Jewish literature on gay, lesbian, and bisexual lifestyles. Since homosexuality is still asur (forbidden) in Halacha, this is still a controversial topic ...


Apex : A Point Of Departure, Vol.3, No.07 (September 1994), Annette Dragon, Naomi Falcone, Diane Matthews, Madeleine Winter Sep 1994

Apex : A Point Of Departure, Vol.3, No.07 (September 1994), Annette Dragon, Naomi Falcone, Diane Matthews, Madeleine Winter

APEX

No abstract provided.


Northern Lambda Nord Communique, Vol.15, No.7 (September 1994), Northern Lambda Nord, Dick Harrison Sep 1994

Northern Lambda Nord Communique, Vol.15, No.7 (September 1994), Northern Lambda Nord, Dick Harrison

Northern Lambda Nord Communique

No abstract provided.


10% 09/1994, 10% Enterprises Sep 1994

10% 09/1994, 10% Enterprises

10% (1994-1995)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 09/1994, Community Pride Reporter Sep 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 09/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Nº9: Oh María, Madre Mía, Colectivo Con-Spirando Sep 1994

Nº9: Oh María, Madre Mía, Colectivo Con-Spirando

Con-spirando

Translation: Oh Mary, My Mother


Apex : A Point Of Departure, Vol.3, No.06 (August 1994), Annette Dragon, Naomi Falcone, Diane Matthews, Madeleine Winter Aug 1994

Apex : A Point Of Departure, Vol.3, No.06 (August 1994), Annette Dragon, Naomi Falcone, Diane Matthews, Madeleine Winter

APEX

No abstract provided.