Merete Ipsen is a project director at the Women's Museum in Denmark. As a lecturer at the University of Åarhus she published within the theme of motherhood in history. Her current article on single mothers is in publication now.
Jette Sandahl is Curator at the Women's Museum in Denmark. As a research fellow at the University of Åarhus she has published on women's issues in history and philosophy. Her most recent article is for a thematic issue of Unesco's Museum on Women and Museums.
Joan M. Torykian is the founder and Coordinator of the Armenian Women's Archives Project of Berkeley, California. She is completing a large inter-disciplinary model on the causes for the changes in gender-related material in her earlier writing on Norwegian social history: The Wounding Animus: Its Socio-archetypal Influences on Intellectual Integrity.
A version of this article first appeared in Kvindeforskning: Nyhedsbrev 3 (1988) [Women's Research: Newsletter], which is published by the Center for Kvindeforskning, Københavns Universitet Amager and Kvindeforum, Aalborg Universitetscenter. The translator, Joan M. Torykian, from Berkeley, California, is the coordinator of the Armenian Women's Archives Project. Kvindemuseet, Domkirkeplads, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark.