The Velvet Sledgehammer: April 7, 1980- Leith Mullings on sex roles
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Today's program features a talk by Dr. Leith Patricia Mullings, professor of anthropology at Columbia University. Her talk discusses the relevance of biological gender to societally assigned sex roles, presented at the 1979 "Genes and Gender" conference. Produced by Eileen Zalisk.
Date Recorded on:
1979 at the Genes and Gender conference, New York.
Date Broadcast on:
WBAI, April 7, 1980
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 1980
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