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The Women's Center, CSUDH
Coordinator, Women's Room
- Welcome and Introduction
- New Files Relating to Women's Issues
- Gordon Fellman, Rambo and the Dalai Lama
Essay on moving society from violence towards peace.
- Leo Buscaglia, Living, Loving, and Learning
On respecting the uniqueness and value of each of us. With a focus on special education children.
- "Bad" Mothers: The Politics of Blame in Twentieth-Century America Molly Ladd-Taylor and Lauri Umansky, eds.
"In the renewed craze for domesticity of the postwar economy, the search invariably led to the mother, bound anew to home and children in ideology if not in actuality And so the question became: What kind of mother led to this person's problems? The answers stretched as far as the variation on the bad-mother theme could go."
Welcome to the Women's Room on Dear Habermas
From the Women's Room Coordinator
In the Spring of 2000, Robyn McGee worked diligently with Dear Habermas to bring a Town Forum to Dominguez Hills to discuss Peacemaking Issues and the Peacemaking Identity, following the presentations of a dozen students at the San Diego Western Social Science Association meetings in April. The Town forum, during the last week of the Spring 2000 semester was a great success.
From Dear Habermas
During the summer Robyn and jeanne talked about strengthening the link between Dear habermas and the Women's Center. Robyn was especially interest in jeanne's upcoming use of "Bad Mothers": The Politics of Blame in Twentieth-Century America. Information on that book will be up soon.
We look forward to a long and fruitful association with the Women's Center, and with all those other Women's Centers who are willing to join us on the Dear Habermas Site.
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August 19, 2000.