Phyllis Palmer

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Winter 1978


The National Women's Studies Association and the Women's Studies Program at George Washington University formally sponsored a series of discussions held in Seneca Falls South, the program and public assembly area of the National Women's Conference, under the title Finding Our History: Studies in American Women. The discussions, which were scheduled hourly during the day on Saturday and Sunday, were led by members of various women's studies programs and covered a range of academic issues, from "Lesbianism and Women's Studies" to "Welfare Women" and "The Economics of Discrimination." The sessions were centered around a library that included both monograph and journal literature on women's issues, as well as pamphlets and brochures from the National Association and various women's studies programs.



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