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Daily Breakthrough 1977-11-18 - Page 29. November 18, 1977. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4155/show/4146.

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(November 18, 1977). Daily Breakthrough 1977-11-18 - Page 29. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4155/show/4146

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Title Daily Breakthrough 1977-11-18
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Date November 18, 1977
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Transcript more schedules Finding Our History: Studies In American Women and The Women's Library Scholars talk about why research and teaching must include women in all educational programs. They show that through studying our history, current misconceptions about men and women can be revised. Literature by, for and about women at the Women's Library. Saturday, November IQ 1977 10 a.m. Women's Studies From A Student Perspective Jo Ann Flagg, Jan Robbins, Sarah Stanley, Shannon Proctor. Women's Studies, University of New Mexico. Historical Perspectives On The Woman Teacher In America. Carol Shakeshaft, Specialists in Effecting Non-Sexist Education (SENSE), College Station, Tx. 11 a.m. Women Volunteers In The Southern Civil Rights Movements. Mary Rothschild; History, Arizona State University. Women's Experiences In Democratic Societies. Judy Moss, Women's Studies, University of New Mexico. 1 p.m. Sexual Stereotyping. Nanette Bruckner, Psychology, University of Houston at Clear Lake City. Feminist Literary Criticism and Latin-American Literature. B.K. Frederick, Latin-American Studies, University of Arizona. 2 p.m. Discovering The American Woman Through History And Literature. Victoria Jacoby, English, Southern Methodist University; Judy Mohraz, History, Southern Methodist University. What Can A Woman Know? Teaching And Research In Literature And Political Science. Annette Allen, English, Southern Methodist University; Virginia Currey, Political Science, Southern Methodist University. Services and Studies for Women. Jean Ford, Women's Center, University of Texas-Arlington. Women And Families: The Balance Between Work Inside and Outside The Home. Ruth Osborn, Continuing Education for Women, George Washington University; Phyllis Palmer, American Studies- Women's Studies, George Washington University. Politics Of Women's Studies: In The Movement And In The University. Gail Baker, American Studies-Women's Studies, University of New Mexico; Joyce Trebilcot, Philosophy, Washington University, St. Louis and Teacher-Scholar in Residence, University of New Mexico. Women And Film. Lauren Rabinowitz, American Studies, University of Texas-Austin. Use Of Media In Studying Women. Vicki Shinneman and Diane Reyna, Women's Studies, University of New Mexico. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. Siuxby.\oven^r9Ql9— 10 a.m. Women's Studies And Returning Students. Madeline Betts and Virginia Jordan, Women's Studies, University of New Mexico. Women's Studies. Anne Nicoll and Margaret Wilde, Women's Studies, University of Utah. 11 a.m. Welfare Women And Liberated Low Income Women. Margaret Feldman, Psychology, Ithaca College; Harold Feldman, Human Development and Family Studies, Cornell University. Women's Fantasies and Fictional Feminist Utopias. Carol Pearson, Women's Studies- American Studies, University of Maryland- College Park. 1 p.m. Politics And Art. Jane Abrams, Art, University of New Mexico. Young Women In The Juvenile Justice System. Ruth Crow, Juvenile Court, Tuscon, Az. 2 p.m. Sex Differences. Susan Gore, Psychology, Texas Christian University. Approaches To Female Power: Perspectives From Literature. Sherry O'Donnell and Frieda Bradsher, English, University of ^rizpna 3 p.m. Chicana Writers. Ines Tovar, Chicano Studie's, University of Texas-Austin. Women In American History. Melissa Hield, American Studies, University of Texas-Austin. 4 p.m. Economics of Discrimination. Joan McCrea, Economics, University of Texas-Arlington. Lesbians, Non-Lesbians and Women's Studies. P.M. Duffy-Ingrassia and Shannon Proctor, Women's Studies, University of New Mexico. Thanks to Phyllis Palmer, Academic Coordinator, Women's Studies Program; George Washington University; Florence Howe, The Feminist Press; and the National Women's Studies Association. INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES: A SERIES OF PANELS Satuiday, November JQ1977 1:45-3:15 p.m. Women, Development, and Change—View from the Third World. Mildred Persinger, moderator. Room 204, Convention Center. 3:30-5:15 p.m. A Greater Voice for U.S. Women in Foreign Affairs. Moderator, Maxine Hitchcock, Room 204, Convention Center. 20 Sunday, November £\) 1977 10 a.m.-noon Child Care Programs. Shiela Kamerman, moderator. Room 204, Convention Center. 2-3 p.m. Reaching the Public on Reversing the Arms Race. Betty Little, moderator. Room 203 (International Lounge), Convention Center. (For more information, see Skills Workshops, page 20.) 2-4 p.m. The Changing Role of Women World-Wide. Perdita Houston, moderator, Room 204, Convention Center. 2-5 p.m. Women and the Media. Sponsored by the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO. Barbara Goode, moderator. High-ranking media women from 20 countries will participate. Purpose: To analyze the role and image of women in mass communications and to develop strategies to insure that images of modern women are in accordance with their full potential. Room 207-B, Convention Center. Receptions and Hospitality Suites American Civil Liberties Union: Open house. Albert Thomas Convention Center, Room 211, Saturday, Nov. 19, 6-8:30 p.m. Members and other interested persons.- ERAmerica: Benefit/Reception. Hyatt Regency, Imperial Ballroom. Friday, Nov. 18, 5:30-7:30 p.m. $15 Proceeds to ERA lobbying efforts. Co-chairs Betty Ford and Rosalynn Carter will attend. Tickets available at the Sheraton-Houston, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. or at the door. Hispanic Delegates: Reception. At the home of Evelyn Castillo, 3320 South McGregor. Friday, Nov. 18, 8 p.m.-midnight. International Visitors: Lounge. Albert Thomas Convention Center, Room 203. Sat. & Sun., Nov. 19-20, 9 a.m.-8 p.m Open for informal talks with . international visitors. Lesbian Center: Holiday Inn Downtown. Mariner West Room, Friday, Nov. 18, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Mariner East Room, Saturday-Monday, Nov. 19-21, 8 a.m.-noon. National Abortion Rights Action League: Reception. Hyatt Regency. Friday, Nov. 18, 3:30-5 p.m. National League of Women Voters: Reception. Holiday Inn Downtown, Mariner East and West Rooms. Fnday, Nov. 18, 7-9 p.m. Cash bar. For all League members attending IWY. National Organization for Women: Hospitality Rooms. Hyatt Regency/8th Floor, and Lamar Hotel. Friday-Sunday, Nov. 18-20, 9 "a.m.-9 p.m. National Organization for Women: Welcoming Partv for delegates only. Hyatt Regency. Friday, 9:15 p.m. National Women's Equity Action League: Reception. Albert Thomas Convention Center, Room 109. Sunday, Nov. 20, 9 a.m.-noon. Coffee. All conterence-goers welcome. Texas Gay Task Force & The National Gay Task Force: Hospitality Room. Sheraton-Houston. Thursday-Sunday, Nov. 17-20, 8 a.m.-3 a.m. Briefings from the Top SATURDAY/NOVEMBER IQ 1977 9:30 a.m ■» Barbara Blum, Deputy Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Room 212 Barbara M. Watson, Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs, Dept. of State. Room 214 Carin A. Clauss, Solicitor of Labor, Dept. of Labor Room 216 10:30 a.m Sarah Weddington, General Counsel, Dept. of Agriculture Room 212 Marife Hernandez, Chief of Protocol of the U.S. for New York. Room 214 Allie Latimer, General Counsel, General Services Administration Room 216 11:30 am Donna E. Shalala, Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research, Dept. of Housing and Urban Development. Room 2 \Z Patricia Wald, Assistant Attorney General, Dept. of Justice. Room 214 Irene Tinker, Assistant Director, Policy and Planning, ACTION. Room 216 2:30 p.m Cornelia G. Kennedy, U.S. District Judge, Eastern District of Michigan. Room 212 Hazel Rollins, Acting Deputy, Economic Regulatory Administration, Dept of Energy. Room 214 Eileen Shanahan, Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare Room 216 3:30 p.m. Esther Peterson, Special Assistant to the President for Consumer Affairs. Room 212 Elsa A. Porter, Assistant Secretary for Administration, Dept. of Commerce. Room 214 Barbara Babcock, Assistant Attorney General, Dept. of Justice. Room 216 4:30 p.m Patsy T. Mink, Assistant Secretary for Bureau of Oceans, International Environment and Scientific Affairs. Room 212 Patricia Albjerg Graham, Director National Institute of Education, Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare. Room 214 Linda Heller Kam, General Counsel, Dept. of Transportation. Room 216 SUNDAY, NOVEV1BER 9(|l977 9:30 a.m UX* Jill Wine-Volner, General Counsel, Office of the General Counsel, Dept. of the Army. Room 2\Z Georgiana Sheldon, Commissioner, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Room 214 Sarah T. Hughes, U.S. District Judge, Northern District of Texas. Room 216 10:30 a.m. Midge Costanza, Assistant to the President for the Office of Public Liaison. Room 212 Esther Wunnicke, Federal Co-Chair, Federal-State Land Use Planning Commission for Alaska. Room 214 Elizabeth Bailey, Member, Civil Aeronautics Board. Room 216 ll:30a.m Alexis Herman, Director, Women's Bureau, Employment Standards Administration, Dept. of Labor. Room 212 Eleanor Holmes Norton, Chair, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Room 214 Margaret McKenna, Deputy Counsel to the President, White House. Room 216 12:30 p.m Jane Lakes Frank, Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet, White House. Room 212 2:30 p.m Ruth Prokop, General Counsel, Dept. of Housing and Urban Development. Room 212 Virginia Dell McCarty, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana. Room 214 Pat A. Danner, Federal Co-Chair, Ozarks Regional Commission. Room 216 3:30 p.m. Shirley Hufstedler, U.S. Circuit Judge, 9th Circuit, Room 212 Carol Tucker Foreman, Assistant Secretary of Agriculture for Food and Consumer Services, Dept. of Agriculture. Room 214 Beth Abramowitz, Assistant Director, Domestic Policy Staff, White House. Room 216 4:30 p.m Arvonne Fraser, Coordinator, Office of Women in Development, Agency for International Development. Room 212 Mary F. Berry, Assistant Secretary for Education, Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare. Room 214 Bernadine Denning, Director, Office of Revenue Sharing. Room 216 PAGE 28 NOVEMBER 18, 1977 DAILY BREAKTHROUGH