restricted access   Volume 14, Number 1, Spring 2002

Table of Contents

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Women's Studies, NWSA, and the Future of the (Inter)Discipline

pp. viii-xviii

Preamble to the Constitution of the National Women's Studies Association

pp. xix-xx


NWSA Organizational Development: A View from Within, at 25 Years

pp. 1-21

NWSA25: In the Beginning

pp. 22-28

Speaking, Silence, and Shifting Listening Space: The NWSA Lesbian Caucus in the Early Years

pp. 29-50

Identity Politics in NWSA: Memoirs of a Lesbian Caucus Chair

pp. 51-57

Classless and Clueless in NWSA: A History of the Poor and Working Class Caucus

pp. 58-70

This Bridge Called NWSA

pp. 71-81

Negotiating Tensions: Teaching About Race Issues in Graduate Feminist Classrooms

pp. 82-102

Twenty-Five Years of NWSA: Have We Built the Two-Way Streets Between Women's Studies and Women in Science and Technology?

pp. 103-123

Putting Our Heads Together: Some Personal Recollections of NWSA National Conventions, 1979-1983

pp. 124-133

Disciplinary Desires and Undisciplined Daughters: Negotiating the Politics of a Women's Studies Doctoral Education

pp. 134-159

Claiming Success: From Adversity to Responsibility in Women's Studies

pp. 160-181

NWSA Pesidential Address

NWSA Presidential Address: NWSA in 2001

pp. 182-184

Review Essay

Poetry Matters

pp. 185-195

Book Reviews

Higher Ground: From Utopianism to Realism in American Feminist Thought and Theory (review)

pp. 196-198

Feminist Consequences: Theory for the New Century, and: Provoking Feminisms (review)

pp. 198-201

Women's Work and Public Policy: A History of the Women's Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor, 1945-1970, and: The Other Feminists: Activists in the Liberal Establishment, and: Everybody's Grandmother & Nobody's Fool: Frances Freeborn Pauley and the Struggle for Social Justice (review)

pp. 201-207

In Our Time: Memoir of a Revolution, and: Life So Far: A Memoir, and: Not One of the Boys: Living Life as a Feminist (review)

pp. 207-212

Radical Feminism: A Documentary Reader, and: Dear Sisters: Dispatches from the Women's Liberation Movement, and: The Politics of Women's Studies: Testimony from Thirty Founding Mothers, and: Why Feminism?: Gender, Psychology, Politics (review)

pp. 212-217

No Angel in the Classroom: Teaching through Feminist Discourse, and: Teaching Introduction to Women's Studies: Expectations and Strategies (review)

pp. 218-221

Where We Stand: Class Matters, and: Feminism is for Everybody: Passionate Politics, and: Women's Untold Stories: Breaking Silence, Talking Back, Voicing Complexity, and: Women and the Politics of Class (review)

pp. 221-226