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Winter 1977


The Women's Caucus for Art is a national professional organization of over 1,000 women art historians, artists and curators. Historically speaking, the Caucus is of its time. Women in a number of academic societies have been establishing or have established caucuses in order to bring to bear more concerted action of their societies, chiefly to work against discrimination in the field and on improvement in the curriculum. The history of the Caucus reveals some of the intricate problems facing women in the attempt to gain equal status.



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