Ann Colbert

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Summer 1980


For me, the National Women's Studies Association Convention this May was many things: for me as an Indiana University News Bureau writer, it was a chance to generate publicity both about the Convention and about the university; for me as a member of the Women's Studies Program Coordinating Committee, it was the culmination of a great deal of hard work which began last fall and continued through the Convention; for me as a returning woman student, it was an affirmation of much that had helped me grow into an effective human being. When asked to write about the Convention, I decided to write part of my story—an eclectic look at what had led me to women's studies and how the Convention represented much that had changed my life.



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