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Women's Studies

by Nancy Topping Bazin

Speech: Remembering 1970-77

"Women at Rutgers College: Remembering 1970-1977"

Publications: Women's Studies and Curriculum Transformation

Articles and Book Chapters:

"The Androgynous Vision." Women's Studies 2.2 (1974): 185-215. Co-author: Alma Freeman. (View article)

Annotated Bibliography: "The Concept of Androgyny: A Working Bibliography." Women's Studies 2.2 (1974): 217-35. (View article)

"Expanding the Concept of Affirmative Action to Include the Curriculum." Women's Studies Newsletter 8.4 (Fall, Winter 1980): 9-11. (View article)

Interview with Nancy Topping Bazin by Peggy McIntosh. "Old Dominion University: Affirmative Action in the Curriculum" in "The Study of Women in the Liberal Arts Curriculum." Forum: The Forum for Liberal Education 4.1 (Oct. 1981): 5-6. Interviewed again for follow-up article in Forum April 1984: 13. (View article)

"Emerging from Women's Studies: A New World View and a New Goal for Educators." The Journal of Curriculum Theorizing 4.2 (Summer 1982): 187-92. (View article)

"Women's Spiritual Quest: A Topic for Courses and Conferences." Women's Studies Quarterly 10.4 (Winter 1982): 25-27 and Women's Studies logo on cover. (View article)

"Integrating Third World Women into the Women's Studies Curriculum." Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies 7.2 (1983): 13-17. This article is on a recommended reading list in On Campus with Women (13.4 Spring 1984: 7) pub. Association of American Colleges. (View article)

"Women's Studies Today: An Assessment." Women's Times (Fall 1984): 4-5; also appeared in National Women's Studies Association Newsletter 3.1 (Winter 1984): 4-6; Journal of Curriculum Theorizing 6.2 (Summer 1985): 117-21. (View article)

"American Women in a Changing World." Translated into Japanese by Yasuhiro Yoshizaki. 1500 copies published by the Kitakyushu City Council. 1990. 4-11. (View article)

"Teaching Literature in the 1990s: Meeting the Challenge." Virginia English Bulletin: Publication of the Virginia Association of Teachers of English 40.2 (Fall 1990): 4-13. Lead article. (View article)

"Teaching Literature in the 1990s: Meeting the Challenge." Reprinted in New Mexico English Journal 6.1 (Spring 1991): 15-22. Selected for national distribution by the National Council of Teachers of English (4/91, 9/92).

"Transforming the Curriculum, the Mission Statement, the Strategic Goals: A Success Story." Initiatives (Journal of the National Association for Women in Education [NAWE]) 54.1 (Spring 1991): 39-46. (View article)

"The Revolutions in Knowledge and Literary Theory: Their Impact on English Classrooms." Virginia English Bulletin. Publication of the Virginia Association of Teachers of English 43.2 (Fall 1993): 5-11. Lead article. (View article)

"A Goal for MLA Women: Success with Integrity." Concerns: Journal of the Women's Caucus for the Modern Languages. 24.1 (Winter 1994): 44-49. (View article)

"The Gender Revolution." The Politics of Women's Studies: Testimony from Thirty Founding Mothers. Ed. Florence Howe. New York: Feminist P, 2000. pp. 57-68, 370-74. (View article)

Review:

Marilyn R. Schuster and Susan R. Van Dyne's Woman's Place in the Academy: Transforming the Liberal Arts Curriculum. In NWSA Perspectives (published by the National Women's Studies Association) 4.1 (Winter 1986): 37-38.

Reports:

"NWSA This Year" and "Androgyny Conference Report." Concerns: Newsletter of the Women's Caucus of the Modern Languages 9.3 (Sept. 1979): 12-13.

"Bazin Report on International Women's Studies Conference." Concerns: Newsletter of the Women's Caucus of the Modern Languages 12.4 (Dec. 1982): 20-22. Also in Women's Times Fall 1982.

"Women in the Ivory Coast and Tanzania." Women's Times (Newsletter of the Virginia Women's Studies Association) Fall 1983.

"The Birth of a Coalition." Concerns: Newsletter of the Women's Caucus of the Modern Languages 8.4 (Dec. 1987):8-9.

Grant Report:

"The Integration of Materials about Third World Women into Women's Studies Courses." 60 pp. Funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Summer 1981.


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