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The Uses of Anger
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Source: Women's Studies Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 1/2, Looking Back, Moving Forward: 25 Years
of Women's Studies History (Spring - Summer, 1997), pp. 278-285
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# Document Outline

• Article Contents
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• Women's Studies Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 1/2, Looking Back, Moving Forward: 25 Years of Women's Studies History (Spring - Summer, 1997), pp. 1-459
• Front Matter
• Elaine Hedges: A Tribute
• Editorial: Looking Back, Moving Forward [pp. 6-22]
• Looking Back
• Institution and Ideology
• The First Ten Years Are the Easiest [pp. 23-33]
• Evaluation: Reflections of a Program Consultant [pp. 34-39]
• The "Bridge" between Black Studies and Women's Studies: Black Women's Studies [pp. 40-43]
• Staying the Course: The Necessity for Remaining True to a Radical Vision [pp. 44-46]
• Outside the Sisterhood: Ageism in Women's Studies [pp. 47-52]
• What Happened at Sacramento [pp. 53-58]
• Closeups of Women's Studies Programs
• University of Washington (Fall 1973) [pp. 59-62]
• Portland State University (Spring 1975) [pp. 62-64]
• State University of New York, Albany (Summer/Fall 1975) [pp. 64-67]
• State University of New York, Buffalo (Summer/Fall 1975) [pp. 67-71]
• Cornell University (Summer/Fall 1975) [pp. 71-73]
• Santa Ana College (Winter 1976) [pp. 73-74]
• University of Pennsylvania (Winter 1976) [pp. 75-77]
• University of Virginia (Winter 1976) [pp. 77-78]
• San Diego State University (Spring 1978) [pp. 78-83]
• George Washington University (Winter 1979) [pp. 84-89]
• Hunter College, City University of New York (Spring 1983) [pp. 89-95]
• Sarah Lawrence College (Summer 1983) [pp. 95-99]
• Personal Narratives: Teachers, Students, Administrators
• Teaching about Black Women Writers [pp. 100-102]
• Feminist Press Author Reveals Identity [as Harvard Dean] [pp. 103-105]
• Making the Bridge between the Woman in Me Who's a Bitch, and the Woman in Me Who is Sensitive and Tender . . . One Student's View of Women's Studies [pp. 106-109]
• Personal Reflections on Building a Women's Center in a Women's College [pp. 110-119]
• Women Trustees and Educational Equity [pp. 120-124]
• The Psychological Impact of a Women's Studies Course [pp. 125-131]
• Dual Citizenship: [An Interview with] Women of Color in Graduate School [pp. 132-138]
• Pedagogy
• Bragging about Bragging [pp. 139-143]
• White Woman, Black Women: Inventing an Adequate Pedagogy [pp. 144-151]
• Black-Eyed Blues Connection: Teaching Black Women II [pp. 152-160]
• Brief, A-mazing Movements: Dealing with Despair in the Women's Studies Classroom [pp. 161-165]
• What is Feminist Pedagogy? [pp. 166-173]
• Affective Teaching for Our Lives: Singing in the Feminist Theory Classroom [pp. 174-182]
• Critiques of the Disciplines
• Women's Studies and Science [pp. 183-189]
• Reconceptualizing Introductory Sociology: Two Course Outlines [pp. 190-198]
• We Are Also Your Sisters: The Development of Women's Studies in Religion [pp. 199-211]
• Feminist Art History and the Academy: Where Are We Now? [pp. 212-222]
• Curriculum Transformation
• Integrating Women's Studies into the Curriculum [pp. 223-230]
• Women's Studies and Projects to Transform the Curriculum: A Current Status Report [pp. 231-236]
• Designing an Inclusive Curriculum: Bringing All Women into the Core [pp. 237-253]
• The Origins and Development of the National Women's Studies Association
• The Case for a National Women's Studies Association [pp. 254-257]
• Planning a National Women's Studies Association [pp. 258-262]
• Writing It All Down: An Overview of the Second NWSA Convention [pp. 263-267]
• Encounter with American Feminism: A Muslim Woman's View of Two Conferences [pp. 268-270]
• Disobedience Is What NWSA Is Potentially about [pp. 271-277]
• The Uses of Anger [pp. 278-285]
• Groundbreakers
• Tillie Olsen's Reading Lists I-IV [pp. 286-295]
• Second Berkshire Conference on the History of Women [pp. 296-299]
• Advice from a Chinese Revolutionary [Feminist] [pp. 300-301]
• Finding and Studying Lesbian Culture [pp. 302-308]
• The IWY Conference at Houston: Implications for Women's Studies [pp. 309-313]
• Books That Changed Our Lives [pp. 314-335]
• National Reports on Women's Studies around the World
• 1970s
• The Netherlands (Spring/Summer 1996) [pp. 336-338]
• Germany (Spring/ Summer 1996) [pp. 338-341]
• India (Fall/Winter 1994) [pp. 341-344]
• Argentina (Fall/Winter 1994) [pp. 344-347]
• Korea (Spring/ Summer 1996) [pp. 347-348]
• 1980s
• West Indies (Fall/Winter 1994) [pp. 349-351]
• South Africa (Spring/Summer 1996) [pp. 351-353]
• 1990s
• Russia (Fall/Winter 1994) [pp. 353-356]
• Uganda (Spring/Summer 1996) [pp. 356-357]
• Moving Forward
• Strengthening Women's Studies in Hard Times: Feminism and Challenges of Institutional Adaptation [pp. 358-387]
• The Women's Studies Ph.D.: A Report from the Field [pp. 388-403]
• "Promises to Keep": Trends in Women's Studies Worldwide [pp. 404-421]
• Resources
• Women's Studies Programs-1997 [pp. 422-455]
• Newsbriefs [pp. 456-459]
• Back Matter

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