Working it out : 23 women writers, artists, scientists, and scholars talk about their lives and work / edited by Sara Ruddick and Pamela Daniels ; with a foreword by Adrienne Rich.

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Other Authors: Ruddick, Sara, 1935-2011., Daniels, Pamela, 1937-
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York : Pantheon Books, ©1977.
Edition:1st ed.
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Table of Contents:
  • Hamod, K.K. Finding new forms.
  • Lyndon, A.A. Juxtapositions.
  • Rorty, A. Dependency, individuality, and work.
  • Daniels, P. Birth of the amateur.
  • Stimpson, C.R. On work.
  • Keller, E.F. The anomaly of a woman in physics.
  • Walker, A. In search of our mother's gardens.
  • Stevens, M. Work and my working class father.
  • Green, J. Scenes.
  • Ruddick, S.A work of one's own
  • Michener, D.G. Catching the sun.
  • Valian, V. Learning to work.
  • Yu, C.Y. Notes from an extra in the American moving picture show.
  • Lasoff, A. Writing in the real world.
  • Young, M. Contradictions.
  • Thornton, N. Plain truth.
  • Weisstein, N. "How can a little girl like you teach a great big class of men?" the chairman said, and other adventures of a woman in science.
  • Sears, C. What counts as work?
  • Mengel, N.V. Coming of age the long way around.
  • Schapiro, M. Notes from a conversation on art, feminism, and work.
  • Gilbert, C. The sacred fire.
  • Olsen, T. One out of twelve: women who are writers in our century.