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Includes bibliographical references (p. [543]-551) and index
Topics: Specter, Arlen, Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963, Clinton, Bill, 1946-, United States....
The Charlie Rose Show
by PBS
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Catharine MacKinnon on Clarence Thomas; Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas panel; playwright Marsha Norman.
Topics: Charlie Rose, Catharine MacKinnon, Clarence Thomas Controversy, Marsha Norman
The Charlie Rose Show
by PBS
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Cramer on presidential candidates; Phelps on Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas; Maclean on Eastern Europe at present; the stars of "Forever Plaid."
Topics: Charlie Rose, Richard Ben Cramer, Timothy Phelps, Fitzroy Maclean, 'Forever Plaid'
The Aspen Ideas Festival
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Anita Hill joins a Q & A after a screening of the documentary film 'Anita.' The documentary recounts the story of her testimony at the confirmation hearing for Clarence Thomas' nomination to the U.S Supreme Court. Watch the full video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwB3_lztOlg
Topics: Colorado, Aspen, The Aspen Instititue, Youtube, Anita Hill (Lawyer), Sexual Harassment (Legal...
The Aspen Ideas Festival
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Anita Hill recounts three important lessons from the 1991 Senate confirmation hearing of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas. "Sexual harrassment doesn't exist in a vacuum," she notes. Hill discusses gender, race, and the critical nature of a system that allows citizens to speak and to be heard. Professor Hill was recorded at the Aspen Institute in Aspen, Colorado on July 29, 2013. She answered questions after a screening of the documentary, 'Anita.' The entire conversation...
Topics: Colorado, Aspen, The Aspen Instititue, Youtube, Anita Hill, Clarence Thomas, Confirmation Hearing,...
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
by Kansas City Public Library
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Twenty-three years after memorably accusing Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment, Anita Hill visited the Library for the screening of a documentary chronicling that historic event. Following the film, she took audience questions. This event took place on August 26, 2014 at the Folly Theatre.
Topics: Anita Hill, Speaking Truth to Power, Black Archives of Mid-America, Association for Women Lawyers...
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by Showalter, Elaine
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [209]-231) and index
Topics: Hysteria, Epidemic, Hysteria (Social psychology), Popular culture
The Open Mind
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Guest: Showalter, Elaine Theme: Gender
Topics: Elaine Showalter, Gender
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by Politics & Prose
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This is an audio recording of Camille Paglia, author of "Glittering Images," speaking at Politics & Prose Bookstore on November 1, 2012.
Topics: Camille Paglia, Glittering Images, Politics & Prose, Politics and Prose
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Camille Paglia speaks about her book, Glittering Images, at Politics and Prose on November 1, 2012.
Topics: Camille Paglia, Glittering Images, Politics, Prose, Politics and Prose, Event, Books, Washington
Politics and Prose Bookstore
by Politics & Prose
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Elaine Showalter visited Politics & Prose to talk about her book The Civil Wars of Julia Ward Howe .
Topics: Elaine Showalter, Politics & Prose, The Civil Wars of Julia Ward Howe
CSPAN2
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Camille Paglia talked about her compilation of essays, Free Women, Free Men: Sex, Gender, Feminism, in which explores feminism and empowering men and women. People: Camille Paglia; Rick Simonson Sponsor: Seattle Public Library
Topics: new york, philadelphia, massachusetts, earhart, italy
Source: Comcast Cable
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Camille Paglia talked about her compilation of essays, Free Women, Free Men: Sex, Gender, Feminism, in which explores feminism and empowering men and women. People: Camille Paglia; Rick Simonson Sponsor: Seattle Public Library
Topics: etc., italy, betty friedan, syracuse, lenny bruce, amelia earhart, new york, oscar wilde, camille...
Source: Comcast Cable
Big Ideas (Audio)
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Educator and author, Camille Paglia, discusses The Future of Education at the 2010 Globe and Mail Open House Festival in Toronto. The event moderator is broadcaster, Valerie Pringle.
Sexual Personae Art And Decadence From Nefertiti To Emily Dickinson 1990 Camille Paglia
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Folkscanomy: Erotica and Sexuality
by Michel Foucault
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The History Of Sexuality - Volumes 1-3 Volume 1: An Introduction Volume 2: The Use Of Pleasure Volume 3: The Care Of Self
Topics: sexuality, pleasure, body, dietetics, moral, economics, erotics, love
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xii, 270 pages ; 22 cm
Topics: Power (Social sciences), Power (Social sciences), Macht, Politische Philosophie, Makt...
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by Platypus Affiliated Society
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A workshop held on May 29th, 2010 at the 2010 Platypus International Convention at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Led by Pablo Ben. An analysis of how sexuality as a sphere of modern life was formed due to the emergence of capitalism. Sexuality did not exist before the 18th century and it has emerged since then in several parts of the world following the expansion of global capitalism. The analyze follows through a new reading of Foucault from the point of view of Marcuseâs Eros...
Topics: left, leftism, platypus, platypus affiliated society, pablo ben, foucault, marcuse
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by Dworkin, Andrea
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-245) and index
Topics: Sexual intercourse, Sex (Psychology), Sex role, Men
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [263]-271) and index
Topics: Teenage girls, Women, Adolescentes, Femmes, Femmes, Féminité, Éducation sexuelle des filles
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by Susan Faludi
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Topics: Feminism -- United States -- Public opinion., Public opinion -- United States.
Folkscanomy: Fringe and Off-Center
by Sonali Kolhatkar and Anna Buss
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Acclaimed feminist writer Susan Faludi joins me in person to discuss her latest book In the Darkroom. The Pulitzer Prize winner best selling author of Backlash has chronicled the complex story of her own father's gender transition.
Topics: Susan Faludi, feminist, writer, book, darkroom, Pulitzer Prizer, winner, author, 'Backlash',...
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Includes bibliographical references
Topics: Theology, Feminism, Women in Christianity, Femmes dans le christianisme, Féminisme
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Angela Davis - Lectures on Liberation INTRODUCTION Presented here are Professor Angela Davis' initial lectures for "Recurring Philosophical Themes in Black Literature," her first course at UCLA, taught during the Fall Quarter of 1969.
Topic: Angela Davis - Lectures on Liberation Black Power Socialism
Includes bibliographical references and index
Topics: Teenage girls, Teenage girls
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An analysis of the attitudes of the radical left towards women and the women's liberation movement.
Topics: andrea dworkin, karl marx, mahatma ghandi, feminism, radical feminism, women's liberation
Part four in a series of documentaries and discussions which focus upon issues of the Women's movement, produced by Kay Lindsey. pt.4. The problems of love and violence in male-female relations. The fourth program in the series on women produced by Kay Lindsey is a discussion on the nature of love in this society and the implications for women. Participants are Ti-Grace Atkinson of the October 17th Movement, Anne Koedt of Radical Women, and John Wilson. Topics also include racial...
Topics: Atkinson, Ti-Grace, Man-woman relationships, Women's movement -- United States., Women / produced...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
xxiv, 549 pages : 25 cm
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Topics: United States -- Social conditions -- 1960-, United States -- Social conditions -- 1960-1980, USA,...
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A Vintage book
Topics: Women's rights -- United States., Feminism -- United States., Women's rights, United States,...
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by Angela Y. Davis
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Topics: African American women, African Americans -- Social conditions -- 1975-, Sexism -- United States,...
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by Davis, Angela Y. (Angela Yvonne), 1944-
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Originally published: New York: Random House, 1981
Topics: Black studies, POLITICS & GOVERNMENT, Women's studies, Politics/International Relations,...
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by Lipman, Jean, 1909-1998
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199 pages : 33 cm
Topics: Folk art -- United States -- History, Art populaire -- États-Unis -- Histoire, Mœurs et coutumes...
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by Bishop, Robert, 1938-1991
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228 pages : 29 cm
Topics: Folk art, Folk art -- United States, United States, Volkskunst, USA, Folk art United States
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218 pages : 24 cm
Topics: Feminism -- United States, Women's rights -- United States, Feminism, Women's rights, Women's...
A documentary that looks at the development of ideas that shaped the radical women's movement, mainly focusing on the movement in the 1970s. Includes bits of movie soundtracks, speeches and interviews with the women who made history. Topics covered in the program are women and labor unions in the early 20th century, the return to the home after WWII, women in the civil rights movement, the New Left and the beginning of the autonomous women's movement, the formation of women's liberation groups,...
Topics: Feminism, Women's movement, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Feminism--United...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
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by Shulman, Alix Kates
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [363]-364)
Topic: Fiction
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by Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz
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Topics: Ortiz, Roxanne Dunbar, Feminists -- United States -- Biography, Women political activists -- United...
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by Shirley Lim
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Topics: Lim, Shirley., Poets, American -- 20th century -- Biography., Asian American women -- Biography.
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by Shulman, Alix Kates
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A memoir of the author's solitary journey to an isolated island off of Maine, and the discoveries she made about herself and her life while there
Topics: Shulman, Alix Kates, Shulman, Alix Kates, Authors, American, Authors, American, Women, Islands,...
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by Shulman, Alix Kates
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Topics: Women, Identity (Psychology), Beauty, Personal, Aging
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by White, Emily, 1966-
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 214-217)
Topics: Teenagers, High school students, Teenage girls, Promiscuity, Gossip, Social isolation, High school...
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by Chadwick, Whitney
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"Special volume"--P. [4] of cover
Topics: Women artists, Feminism and art, Women in art, Art and society
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by Simone de Beauvoir
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The Second Sex
Topics: feminist theory, philosophy, existentialism, womens studies
Public Library of India
by Margaret Sanger
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Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015.200480 dc.contributor.author: Margaret Sanger dc.date.accessioned: 2015-07-09T12:02:32Z dc.date.available: 2015-07-09T12:02:32Z dc.date.digitalpublicationdate: 2005-02-06 dc.date.citation: 1932 dc.identifier.barcode: 2990150064436 dc.identifier.origpath: /data_copy/upload/0064/441 dc.identifier.copyno: 1 dc.identifier.uri: http://www.new.dli.ernet.in/handle/2015/200480 dc.description.scannerno: 50012 dc.description.scanningcentre: Salar Jung...
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by Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress) DLC
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Reprint of the 1938 ed
Topics: Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966, Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966, Birth control, Women social reformers
Community Audio
by WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service
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Andrea Dworkin (26 Sep 1946 ?? 9 April 2005) was an American writer and an international icon of the second wave of the feminist movement, even to those who disagreed vehemently with some of her political stands. This WINGS program excerpts Dworki (temporarily unavailable).
Topics: Politics, activism, history, feminism, united states
Andrea Dworkin is a well-known radical American feminist, anti-pornography activist, pro-women activist, writer, and poet. She is author of "Pornography : Men Possessing Women", "Women Hating", and several other titles. They talk about her newest novel, "Mercy", which is a chronological story of a woman who has been raped.
Source: KPFA
Acclaimed writers Anais Nin (1903-1977) author of "The Diary of Anais Nin," Joan Didion, author of "Play It As It Lays," and Dory Previn, author of "Midnight Baby" are interviewed by Sally Davis, and give insightful interviews that shed light on their personalities. The three women are interviewed individually and discuss general themes of women's angst, loneliness and frustration as they relate to their work. Nin and Didion are interviewed on Reel 1 of this...
Topics: Feminism, Women's movement, Women authors, Literature -- Women authors., Nin, Anaïs, 1903-1977,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
KC Art Pie
by Rachelle Gardner-Roe
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Episode No. 3 of the KC Art Pie podcast features poet Gloria Vando Hickok, who founded Helicon Nine, co-founded The Writers Place, and generally, is a very busy woman. Photo by Anika Paris We spoke over the phone about Helicon Nine: The Journal of Women’s Arts & Letters which she founded in 1977 in Kansas City, Missouri, to provide a quality literary publication by and about women. The magazine provided a forum for women in the arts at a time when women were being excluded from major...
KC Art Pie
by Rachelle Gardner-Roe
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In episode No. 9 of the Femin • Is series, I sat down with Cyncha Jeansonne who created the controversial 1976 exhibition Women in Glasses at the Douglas Drake Gallery. We talked about the rebellion required to be an artist and how this two-day installation of 15 nude women came to be.
KC Art Pie
by Rachelle Gardner-Roe
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Episode No. 1 of the KC Art Pie Podcast features art historian and educator Paula Rose, discussing representation and the upcoming Wikipedia Edit-a-thon. We're kicking off the KC Art Pie podcast and Women's History Month talking about how an annual upcoming event fuses small acts of activism, feminism and artist representation on Wikipedia, all as a social activity. We'll speak with Paula Rose, an art historian and educator, who is partnering for this year's Wikipedia Edit-a-thon with Her Art...
KC Art Pie
by Rachelle Gardner-Roe
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In episode No. 8 of the Femin • Is series, I sat down with painter and Assistant Director of UMKC's Womens Center, Arzie Umali. We talked about her research into representation of women artists in KC institutions, her work at The Women's Center, and her work as a painter.
KC Art Pie
by Rachelle Gardner-Roe
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To give you a taste of the pie, below is a clip from my conversation with textile artist and painter Janet Kuemmerlein. Her career in Kansas City spans decades with monumental fiber installations both in Kansas City and around the world. Her success is a testament to will, perseverance, and an unshakeable confidence that being an artist is serious business.
KC Art Pie
by Rachelle Gardner-Roe
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Episode No. 2 of the KC Art Pie podcast features visual artist Janet Kuemmerlein discussing her textile murals, the women of jazz, and how naiveté is not always a bad thing. For this episode, I sat down with Janet Kuemmerlein in her large home studio to talk about her work and career which has spanned over 50 years. We talked about the bravery or naivete it takes to be an artist and the early days of her career in the 60s. While her textile practice is often a solitary affair, she has also...
KC Art Pie
by Rachelle Gardner-Roe
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In episode No. 6 of the Femin • Is series, I sat down with local ceramicist and bona fide flowerchild Linda Lighton. Sex, drugs, rock n' roll and ceramics, baby. This is how it's done. Featured photo by Tom Styrkowicz To be the renowned artist that Linda Lighton is today, she had to rebel, and then rebel some more. So for this interview, we took a deep dive into the early years and some early work. We also took a look back at the history of the art scene in Kansas City. Enjoy. The First...
KC Art Pie
by Rachelle Gardner-Roe
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In episode No. 5 of the Femin • Is series, I sat down with founder and president of Rightfully Sewn, Jennifer Lapka Pfeifer, to talk about fashion, feminism, and creative entrepreneurship. Featured photo by Samantha Levi Photography We talked about the organization Lapka Pfeifer started that blends non profit social work, job-creating entrepreneurship, local history and fashion design. Yes, Rightfully Sewn really does all that. We talked through the puzzle pieces and with such an...
Judy Chicago reviews the growth of feminism in the arts and discusses the new consciousness of women in the art community and the necessity of restructuring that community. The focus of this discussion is the Market Street Project, a show organized by male artists which opened in Venice, CA in November 1971, and how dozens of women artists organized for their inclusion in the show. Participants: Miriam Schapiro, Susan Titleman, Connie Zaer, Judy Chicago, SP Architect of Feminist Art Program at...
Topics: Chicago, Judy, 1939-, Schapiro, Miriam, 1923-, Titleman, Susan, Zaer, Connie, Art, American --...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Faith Wilding and Chris Rush discuss the New Feminist Poetry, poetry that comes out of the women's liberation movement. The program is called "In the Beginning", as it is about the revelation of consciousness, which Wilding defines as feminist and ultimately human. They read and analyze poems by Marge Piercy, Susan Sutheim, Susan Griffin, Alfonsina Storni, Anne Sexton, Barbara Miles, and Marie Inkel. They also discuss the rift between politicos and artists within the women's movement,...
Topics: Wilding, Faith., Rush, Chris., Art, American -- California -- Los Angeles -- 20th century, Women in...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Novelist and diarist Anais Nin discusses the development of female consciousness and the effect of the Women's Movement on her work with Judy Chicago. They discuss whether there is such a thing as feminist literature, whether men can ever understand women's literature, and about past and present women writers. Recorded live on KPFK, November 22, 1971.
Topics: Art, American -- California -- Los Angeles -- 20th century, Women in the arts., American Women...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Miriam Schapiro, feminist art instructor at California Institute of the Arts, talks with Beth Bachenheimer, artist from CalArts in the Feminist Art program at Cal Arts. Schapiro talks about how women have historically been denied a well-rounded education, and discusses the planning and exhibition of Womanhouse, what would become the first large-scale feminist public art installation. Bachenheimer then discusses her experiences in the Feminist Art Program and with the construction of Womanhouse....
Topics: Frankel, Dextra., Schapiro, Miriam, 1923-, Art, American -- California -- Los Angeles -- 20th...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
KC Art Pie
by Rachelle Gardner-Roe
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In episode No. 4 of the Femin Is series, I sat down with writer and curator Elisabeth Kirsch to talk about feminism and the Kansas City art scene of the 1970s. We talked about the challenges and limitations placed on women artists and how her early encounters with the feminist art movement influenced her career. I also wanted to hear about the Women Artists ‘77 exhibit, one of, if not the first, all-women regional shows at a time when women artists struggled to be included in galleries and...
Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro, architects of a feminist art program at the California Institute of the Arts, discuss current feminist activities in Los Angeles. Chicago and Schapiro talk about touring women artists' studios in San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego and describe the general situation of women artists in the contemporary landscape, and the difficulties they face compared to male artists.
Topics: Wilding, Faith., Chicago, Judy, 1939-, Art, American -- California -- Los Angeles -- 20th century,...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
The American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982
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Judy Chicago, Miriam Schapiro, and Faith Wilding discuss the house "Womanhouse" reconstructed by the Feminist Art Program at the California Institute of the Arts as a feminist statement. Produced by Petrie Mason and Everett Frost.
Topics: Chicago, Judy, 1939-, Mason, Petrie., Schapiro, Miriam, 1923-, Women artists, Feminism, Womanhouse...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Discover St. Charles
by Discover St. Charles
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Public Service Announcement of Foundry Art Centre show starting February 20, 2015. Inspired by the work of Miriam Schapiro, "Reimagining Femmage" presents interpretations of the experience of women reflected in day to day images and materials.
Topics: Missouri, St. Charles, Discover St. Charles, Government Access TV, Community Media, PEG, Youtube,...
Topic: Pacifica Radio Archives
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by Gouma-Peterson, Thalia
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160 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm
Topics: Schapiro, Miriam, 1923-, Artists -- United States -- Biography, Feminism in art, Women artists --...
Painter Miriam Schapiro is interviewed by Judy Chicago, about her life and struggles as a woman artist in New York during the 1950s. Schapiro discusses abstract expressionism and the dominance of male values during the period. Miriam previously erroneously cataloged as Shapiro.
Topics: Chicago, Judy, 1939-, Women artists, Art -- New York (City)., Schapiro, Miriam, 1923-, American...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
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xvi, 181 p. : 24 cm
Topics: Feminism and art, Women artists -- Biography -- History and criticism
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x, 381 p. : 29 cm
Topics: Art and revolutions, Politics in art
A talk by feminist art historian Linda Nochlin delivered at the National Conference of Women in the Arts, held in Racine, Wisconsin, September 1973. Nochlin's talk focuses on how feminism and the arts can implement cultural change, defining aims and developing a philosophy to deal with the outer and inner realities of women, thereby resolving the conflict between ingrained attitudes and new possibilities and developing a plan for translating philosophy and aims into practical reality in...
Topics: Nochlin, Linda., Women artists, Art -- History and criticism., American Women Making History and...
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Dr. Linda Nochlin is a professor of Art History at Vasser, visiting professor at Hunter College, author of Realism (Penguin), and she is currently working on a study of the image of the "fallen women" in art and literature. Her talk tonight is on the subject of the image of women in art. This lecture was given at WBAI on October 10, 1972. Note: Intro/outro--self contained.
Topics: Body image., Women in art., Nochlin, Linda., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982
Source: http://pacificaradioarchives.org/american-women-making-history-and-culture-1963-1982
Hometowne TV
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Winter Exhibition to Celebrate Women in the Arts - Women Choose Women Again. Liz Newell from HomeTowne TV interviews the artists. This historic ground-breaking exhibition from 1973 revisits the show that broke down barriers for female artists. The show runs from January 17-April 30, 2014.
Topics: New Jersey, Summit, Hometowne TV, HTTV, Public Access TV, Community Media, PEG, Youtube,...
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Join Host Marilyn Campbell, and the talented cast of The Feminist Lens for Coming to the Table, as we revisit the life-changing experience of the outstanding group of women who brought The Judy Chicago Dinner Party art exhibit to Chicago in 1981. Group members Hedy Ratner, Jean Hunt, Barbara Ciurej and Bette Cerf Hill tell the story and talk about where we are now. Producer Maya Friedler and musician Nia O'Reilly Amandes contribute a cross generational commentary on the exhibit. Musical...
Topics: Judy Chicago, The Feminist Lens, Womens Media Group, Marylin Campbell, Jamie O'Reilly, Nia O'Rielly...
Desert Island Discs: Archive 1991-1996
by BBC Radio 4
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The castaway in Desert Island Discs this week is one of the country's best-known novelists. Author of I'm the King of the Castle, Strange Meeting and The Woman in Black, among many other books, Susan Hill will be talking to Sue Lawley about the inspiration for her recent and highly-acclaimed sequel to Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca; about the loneliness which characterised her childhood and about the relationship between tragedy in her own life and the way she writes about it in her novels. [Taken...