Beth Reed

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Publication Date

Winter 1978


While programs in many large universities have taken root and are showing signs that they will continue to develop, it is still rare to find administrations of liberal arts colleges offering the support (financial and otherwise) required for a systematic development of women's studies. Even programs in large universities operate with inadequate funding and staffs; in small colleges, resources are still more scarce. In addition to budget problems, the small number of feminist scholar/teachers on the typical college faculty limits the range of available women's studies expertise. During the past two years, therefore, the Great Lakes Colleges Association (GLCA) has developed a consortial approach to women 's studies.



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