4 edition of Gender, culture, and the arts found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.Papers selected from presentations made at a Conference on Women, the Arts, and Society, held at Susquehanna University, Nov. 3-5, 1988 and sponsored by the University and Susquehanna University studies.--cf. Pref.
|Statement||Susquehanna University Press|
|Publishers||Susquehanna University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|2||Susquehanna University studies (Unnumbered)|
|3||Susquehanna University studies|
|Preface / Ronald Dotterer and Susan Bowers The Poetics of womens writing: dramatic tragedy / Merope Pavlides The cult of Mary compared with ancient mother goddesses / W. Patrick ONeill A feminist prolegomenon for the study of Hildegard of Bingen / Marilyn R. Mumford Goddess embroideries of Easter Europe / Mary B. Kelly The solitary philosopher and natures favourites: gender and identity in The Rambler / Sara B. Varhus Jane eyre: the ascent of woman / Sue Ann Betsinger Angels, money, and ghosts: Victorian female writers of the supernatural / Vaness D. Dickerson Women poets of the Harlem renaissance / T. J. Bryan From futurism to feminism: the poetry of Mina Loy / Lisa Ress I have heard the spinning woman of the sky: Alice Corbin, poet and art critic (1881-1949) / Benay Blend Singing to the beat of their own drum: Dominican women poets in the 80s: an introduction / Daisy C. De Filippis Women in music academia: a statistical and humanistic analysis / Rhea Jezer.|
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