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|Title||Description||Keywords||Genre||PRA Archive #||StoreItem|
|Women in Nazi Germany||
Carlos Hagen has dedicated this program to the subject of the concept and role of woman in Nazi Germany. Through a number of articles, statements, and musical and sound illustrations -- some of them very rare -- Carlos Hagen presents a fascinating picture of how woman and her role and duties were regarded in the Germany of the Third Reich. Possibly Spectrum #133.
|Hagen, Carlos., Nazism -- Germany., Women -- Germany -- Social conditions -- 20th century, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Men's commentary and experiences, American Women -- Women's history||BC0525.18|
|Corridors of meaning / Manto Aravantinou interviewed by Nanos Valaoritis||
The distinguished Greek poetess Manto Aravantinou reads and discusses her work with Nanos Valaoritis. Among other things, Aravantinou is known for her translations of James Joyce's work.
|Aravantinou, Mantō, Poetry -- Women authors., Poetry, Modern -- Greece., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Poetry, American Women -- International women||BC2430|
|Changing lifestyles in America today / Margaret Mead||
Margaret Mead's speech before the City Commission on Human Rights hearings on the Status of American Women in Contemporary Society. Recorded on September 22, 1970. She opens by stating the question that has been posed to her to answer: to review briefly the way in which the position of women today is related to their position in the past. Mead asserts in her speech that she does not agree with the notion that men oppress women, that society is organized to benefit men rather than women. She remarks on the fact that this is the first time in history it has not been to the population's benefit to have large population growth. Produced by KPFA. Recorded on September 22, 1970.
|Social change., Women -- Social conditions., Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978, Reproductive rights, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Reproductive rights||BB4314|
|Mary Jane Menuez reads her poetry||
Poet Mary Jane Menuez reads selections from her work. Menuez was born in Chicago. She began writing poetry as a student of Ellen Bryant Voigt at Goddard College. Her poetry has appeared in such places as Orion's Dolphin, Countermeasures, Xanadu, and the Grolier Press Annual Anthology of Children's Poetry. She has taught poetry workshops at Suffolk Community College on Long Island, and, under the sponsorship of the Poetry Therapy Association, run a poetry therapy program for over a year at a veteran's hospital. This program was produced by Paul Oppenheimer for the Drama and Literature Department of WBAI New York.
|Poetry -- Women authors., Mary Jane Menuez., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Poetry||BC2995|
|I remember Mama||
Collage of interviews with women talking about mothering. Recorded and broadcast: May 9, 1982. Produced by Marsha Steinberg and Suzi Weissman.
|Motherhood, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Parenting and children||KZ2393|
|An interview with Andrea Dworkin / interviewed by Nanette Rainone and Carol Lopate||
An interview with Andrea Dworkin, author of the book "Woman Hating" (E.P. Dutton, 1974), and several articles including "Marx and Ghandi were liberals: feminism and the radical left" and "Why Norman Mailer refuses to be the woman he is." Interview conducted by Nanette Rainone with Carol Lopate. Contains sensitive language.
|Dworkin, Andrea., Women, Women authors, Interview with Andrea Dworkin / interviewed by Nanette Rainone and Carol Lopate.**An, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Radical Feminism, American Women -- Authors and journalists||BC2165|
|Focus on Women Composers Overview, May 8, 1976 (Episode 1)||
Presentation of women composers of all musical periods. Presented by Renee Roatcap, April McMahon, Elizabeth Pizer, Susan Sailow, and Fleur Helsingor. Contents: 1. continuity; 2. O Death, Rock Me Asleep, Anne Boleyn; 3. continuity; 4. Impromptu, Clara Wieck-Schumann; 5. continuity; 6. Quatuor, Germaine Tailleferre; 7. continuity; 8. Vieille Prière Bouddhique, Lili Boulanger; 9. continuity; 10. Hermit Thrush at Eve, Mrs. HHA Beach; 11. Fire-Flies, Mrs. HHA Beach; 12. continuity; 13. Space is a Diamond, Lucia Dlugoszewski; 14. continuity. Announcements of upcoming women composer presentations. All musical selections come from recordings. Engineer is Joan Medlin.
|Women composers., Women musicians., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982, Anne Boleyn, Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England, 1507-1536, Schumann, Clara, 1819-1896, Tailleferre, Germaine., Boulanger, Lili, 1893-1918, Beach, H. H. A., Mrs., 1867-1944, Dlugoszewski, Lucia, 1931-2000||American Women -- Music and musicians||AZ1132.01|
|Aphra speaks - December 8, 1972||
Aphra Speaks was a series on WBAI wherein the editors of Aphra: The Feminist Literary Magazine discuss authors and literature. On the previous episode, broadcast in November 1972, the Aphra editors discussed Kate Chopin's The Awakening and Edith Wharton's The House of Mirth, asking why feminists have been attracted to these novels. In this program, they ask the same question about two 19th century novels: Ivan Goncharov's Oblomov and George Eliot's Middlemarch. The editors in this program are Elizabeth Fisher, Ellen Harold, Margaret Lamb, and Gerry Sachs. Produced by Ann Snitow.
|Aphra: The Feminist Literary Magazine, Goncharov, Ivan Aleksandrovich, 1812-1891, Eliot, George, 1819-1880, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Authors and journalists||IZ1441|
|Julia / by Lillian Hellman ; read by Helen Mickiewicz||
A dramatic reading of "Julia" written by Lillian Hellman (June 20, 1905 – June 30, 1984). The story is contained in her book of memoirs entitled "Pentimento" published in 1973. Read by Helen Mickiewicz of KPFA.
|Hellman, Lillian, 1905-1984, American fiction -- Women authors., Radio programs -- Fiction., Julia / by Lillian Hellman ; read by Helen Mickiewicz., American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Authors and journalists||AZ0158|
|Free abortion in Los Angeles / Sheila Smith interviewed by Don Porsche||
Sheila Smith, a volunteer worker at a short-lived free abortion clinic in Los Angeles, talks with KPFA Public Affairs director Don Porsche. Dr. John Gwynne opened the Community Service Center and Women's Abortion Clinic, an abortion clinic in Los Angeles, on March 16, 1970 in defiance of the abortion laws, and in hopes of testing the law's constitutionality. The clinic operated for five days, after which Gwynne, psychologist Harvey Karman, and other clinic employees were arrested.
|Smith, Sheila, Abortion, Health facilities -- Los Angeles (Calif.)., Reproductive rights, Abortion -- Law and legislation., Karman, Harvey, Gwynne, John, American Women Making History and Culture: 1963-1982||American Women -- Reproductive rights, American Women -- Activists||BB2441|