F. H.

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Winter 1980


Toward Women's Studies in the Eighties: Part Two

In the last issue, we outlined a new challenge: infusing women's studies into general education and basic skills programs. Here, in an issue that includes a number of lists, we will offer one more editorially: a list of "understandings." The list below names the areas in which women's studies has developed "streams" of courses (disciplinary and interdisciplinary), and classifies areas of scholarship from which research agendas are emerging:



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