WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of emerging perspectives on women, gender, and sexuality. The journal began in 1972 as Women's Studies Newsletter and was renamed Women's Studies Quarterly in 1981. It is published by The Feminist Press at the City University of New York.

A subset of the journal's back files are freely available here on CUNY Academic Works. More recent volumes are available directly from The Feminist Press and via library databases (check your library's holdings).

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Submissions from 1981

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What about "The Rest of Us?", Leila Ahmed

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"Strong is What We Make Each Other": Unlearning Racism within Women's Studies, Bettina Aptheker

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"Everywoman's Guide" as an Organizing Tool on the Bowling Green Campus, Susan S. Arpad

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"Why Are You Here?": A Man's Experience at the 1981 GLCA National Summer Institute in Women's Studies, Cyrus W. Banning

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A Feminist Approach to Sex Education in the High School, Peggy Brick

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Feminist Community Education at the NWSA Convention, Betsy Brinson

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Women's Studies as an Energizer of the Humanities in Southern English Departments, D. Dean Cantrell

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An Asian-American Woman's View of the CR Sessions, Alice Chai

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Now You See It, Now You Don't: Women's Studies at the Pre-College Level in Ontario, Canada, Anne Chapman

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Reflections on the Birth and Coming of Age of NWSA, Virginia Cyrus

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Teaching the Feminist Minority, Barbara Hillyer Davis

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The Feminist Writers' Guild, Rochelle H. Dubois

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Berkeley "Freshwomen" Look at Women's Studies, Renate Duelli-Klein

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Report from an "Experienced" CR Group, Pamella Farley

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A Note on the Perils of Publicity: The Feminist Studies Program at Stanford, Estelle B. Freedman and Michelle Z. Rosaldo

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Women, Literature and the Humanities: A Reply to Carolyn Lougee, Christine Froula and Adrienne Munich

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Racism and "Universality" in Literature, Sue Gambill

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Remarks on Two Literary Sessions at the NWSA Convention, Jo Gillikin

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To Arm the Amazons: Educating Students about the Characteristics and Problems of Feminist Workplaces, Kathryn Girard

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NWSA News and Views, Susan Gore, Elaine Reuben, Florence Howe, Phyllis Chinn, and Rosalind Ribnick

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Three Decades of Reminiscences about Women in the Academy, Thalia Gouma-Peterson

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NWSA News and Views, Pat Gozemba, Barbara Hillyer Davis, and Kathy Amato von-Hemert

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Readers' Speakout, Jewell Handy Gresham, Veena P. Kasbekar, Elaine Spencer, and Nancy Porter

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International News: First National Conference on Women's Studies in India, Florence Howe

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News from Women's Studies Program, Florence Howe

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Women's Studies International at Copenhagen: From Idea to Network, Florence Howe

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In Storrs, Connecticut, Without a Pass, or Why High School Teachers Need NWSA, Rita M. Kissen

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A CR Group for Jewish Women, Annette Kolodny

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An Asian-American Perspective on the NWSA Convention, Krishna Lahiri

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Humboldt State University: 1982 Convention Site/June 16-20, 1982, Suzanne Larson, Barbara Parker, and Florence House

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A Working-Class CR Group: One Facilitator's View, Gayle Lauradunn

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Art by Women Made Accessible through Slides, Estella Lauter

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On the Representation of the Visual Arts at NWSA, Estella Lauter

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A Small Survey of Introductory Courses in American Literature, Paul Lauter

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The Uses of Anger, Audre Lorde

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Women, History, and the Humanities: An Argument in Favor of the General Studies Curriculum, Carolyn C. Lougee

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Perspectives on Motherhood: A Report on a Conference, Joan Manheimer

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Shaping the World of My Art, Paule Marshall

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Embers: A Project to Develop Elementary School Readers, Ruth S. Meyers

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NWSA News and Views, Pat Miller, Dania C. Stevens, Diana Woolis, Dues, Barbara Hillyer Davis, and Patricia A. Frech

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Toward Sex Equity in the Philadelphia School System, Barbara A. Mitchell

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Consciousness-Raising at the NWSA Convention: An Overview, Yolanda T. Moses and Peg Strobel

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NWSA as Metaphor for the United States, Dearbhal NiCharthaigh

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The Simmons College Summer Institute on Women in Organizations, Barbara Perry

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Readers' Speakout, Jean L. Perry and Mary Beth Norton

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The Schapiro Retrospective, Nancy Porter

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Guest Editorial, Elaine Reuben

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Disobedience Is What NWSA Is Potentially about, Adrienne Rich

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Review of Theories of Women's Studies, Deborah Rosenfelt

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An Overview of the Third Annual NSWA Convention: A Time for Confrontation, Deborah S. Rosenfelt

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Motherlogues, Barbara Rubin and Doris Friedensohn

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"Being in a CR Group for One": A Man's Experience at the 1981 NWSA Convention at Storrs, John Schilb

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Politics and Professionalism: Women Historians in the 1980s, Joan W. Scott

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Can Consciousness be Lowered?, Judith Stitzel

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"Once More into the Breach" of Western Literature Courses, Carolyn Ruth Swift

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Teaching the History of Black Women: A Bibliographical Essay, Rosalyn Terborg-Penn

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Back Matter, The Feminist Press

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Back Matter, The Feminist Press

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Back Matter, The Feminist Press

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Back Matter, The Feminist Press

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Correction: Women's Studies International at Copenhagen: From Idea to Network, The Feminist Press

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Editoral, The Feminist Press

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Editorial, The Feminist Press

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Editorial, The Feminist Press

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Everywoman's Guide to Colleges and Universities, The Feminist Press

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Front Matter, The Feminist Press

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Front Matter, The Feminist Press

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Front Matter, The Feminist Press

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Front Matter, The Feminist Press

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Guidelines on Hiring Women Historians in Academia: Committee on Women Historians, American Historical Association, The Feminist Press

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Is Your Campus Included?: "Everywoman's Guide" So Far, The Feminist Press

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Newsbriefs, The Feminist Press

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Newsbriefs, The Feminist Press

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Newsbriefs, The Feminist Press

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Newsbriefs: Women's Health / Sexuality, The Feminist Press

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The Feminist Press Celebrates Its Tenth Birthday, The Feminist Press

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Women's Studies Programs and Centers for Research on Women: 1981, The Feminist Press

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A Grand Illusion: Continuing the Debate on General Education, Joan Hoff Wilson

Submissions from 1980

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The Academic Job Crisis: Some Possible Responses, Emily Abel

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Readers' Speakout, Cathryn Adamsky and Anne Thorsen Truax

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Encounter with American Feminism: A Muslim Woman's View of Two Conferences, Leila Ahmed

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Expanding the Concept of Affirmative Action to Include the Curriculum, Nancy Topping Bazin

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Teaching Black Women's Heritage, Betsy Brinson

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Teaching Lesbian Poetry, Elly Bulkin

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Building Coalitions between Women's Studies and Black Studies: What Are the Realities?, Ann Cathey Carver

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A Journalist's Personal View of the NWSA Convention, Ann Colbert

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Legal News: Cornell University, Alice H. Cook

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Face-to-Face, Day-to-Day, Racism CR, Tia Cross, Freada Klein, Barbara Smith, and Beverly Smith

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The Astraea Foundation: A New Resource for Women, Nancy Dean

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Introduction to Women's Studies: New Textbook Being Developed at Hunter College, Nancy Dean and Sarah B. Pomeroy

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The "Superwoman" Phenomenon, Carolyn Elliott

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Scholarships for Teachers at the NWSA Convention, Sue Elwell and Patti Lather

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Women's Studies and Science, Anne Fausto-Sterling

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EDITORIAL: International Perspectives, F.H.

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Feminist Publishing in Israel, Marcia Freedman

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Integrating Women into the Liberal Arts Curriculum: Some Results of "A Modest Survey", Ann Froines

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A Note on Jewish Women's Studies in the United States, S. F.

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On Class Bias and the NWSA, Sue Dove Gambill

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Poetry Reading: Third World Women Poets, Mary E. Gibson, Antonia Quintana Pigno, and Joy Harjo

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Women's Studies: The Case for a Departmental Model, Madeleine J. Goodman