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Scholar & Feminist IX: Towards a Politics of Sexuality, Barnard College Women's Center

Research Guide

Conference Coverage

Here is a list of articles, essays, and reviews that discuss the conference. I apologize for my lackadaisical attention to citation style.

Allison, Dorothy. 2013. Skin: Talking About Sex, Class, and Literature. Open Road Media. Chapter: "Public Silence, Private Terror."
Butler, Judith. 1982. “Politics, Pleasure, Pain: The Controversy Continues; Diary of a Conference on Sexuality.” Gay Community News; Boston, December 4, 1982.
Charbonneau, Claudette. 1982. “Charbonneau Responds.” Off Our Backs 12 (8): 32–32.
Dejanikus, Tacie. 1982. “Charges of Exclusion & McCarthyism at Barnard Conference.” Off Our Backs 12 (6): 5–20.
“Diary-of-a-Conference-on-Sexuality.Pdf.” n.d. Accessed March 16, 2019. http://www.darkmatterarchives.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Diary-of-a-Conference-on-Sexuality.pdf.
Douglas, Carol Anne, and Alice Henry. 1982. “Towards a Politics of Sexuality.” Off Our Backs 12 (6): 2–21.
DuBois, Ellen. n.d. “Ellen DuBois | Jewish Women’s Archive.” Accessed March 16, 2019. https://jwa.org/feminism/dubois-ellen.
Hollibaugh, Amber, and Fran Moira. 1982. “Patronizing Slander.” Off Our Backs 12 (7): 24–25.
Leonard, Vickie. 1983. “♀’s Porn?” Off Our Backs 13 (4): 5–12.
Moira, Fran. 1982a. “Barnard Finale.” Off Our Backs 12 (6): 24–24.
———. 1982b. “Lesbian Sex Mafia ["I s/m"] Speakout.” Off Our Backs 12 (6): 23–24.
———. 1982c. “Politically Correct, Politically Incorrect Sexuality.” Off Our Backs 12 (6): 22–23.
Moraga, Cherríe, and Fran Moira. 1982. “Barnard Sexuality Conference: Played between White Hands [with Response].” Off Our Backs 12 (7): 23–26.
Nestle, Joan. 1982. “Years o Labels.” Off Our Backs 12 (8): 32–33.
“Notes and Letters.” 1983a. Feminist Studies 9 (1): 177–89.
———. “Notes and Letters.” 1983b. Feminist Studies 9 (3): 589–615.
Pershing, Sandy. 1982. “Scares & Prudery.” Off Our Backs 12 (8): 36–36.
‘Pleasure and Danger: Sexual Freedom and Feminism in the Twenty-First Century,’ a Special Issue of Signs, Available with Open Access.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society (blog). September 13, 2016. http://signsjournal.org/pleasure-and-danger-sexual-freedom-and-feminism-in-the-twenty-first-century-a-special-issue-of-signs-available-with-open-access/.Rubin, Gayle, and cad. 1982. “Misquotes + Misperceptions.” Off Our Backs 12 (7): 24–24.
“S+M Debate Misses Point.” 1982. Off Our Backs 12 (7): 27–27.
Samois. 1982. “Samois Corrects.” Off Our Backs 12 (10): 26–26.
“Scholar and Feminist IX: Towards a Politics of Sexuality program.” 1982 Accessed April 27, 2019. http://sfonline.barnard.edu/sfxxx/programs/sf09.pdf.
Vance, Carole S., ed. Pleasure and Danger: Exploring Female Sexuality : 9th Scholar and Feminist Conference Entitled “Towards a Politics of Sexuality” : Papers. Pandora Press, 1992.
Wallsgrove, Ruth. 1984. Review of Review of Coming to Power, by members of Samois. Off Our Backs 14 (2): 24–25.
Wilson, Elizabeth. 1983. “The Context of ‘Between Pleasure and Danger’: The Barnard Conference on Sexuality.” Feminist Review, no. 13: 35–41. https://doi.org/10.2307/1394680.
Zorn, Dawn. 1983. “Anti-s/m Bias.” Off Our Backs 13 (2): 27–27.