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  • Panayotidis E. Lisa and Paul Stortz. (2004). “Intellectual Space, Image, and Identities in the Historical Campus: Helen Kemp’s Map of the University of Toronto, 1932.” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, New Series, Vol. 15, Winnipeg, 123-152.
  • Stimpson, Catharine. “Conflict, Probable; Coalition, Possible,” read at the annual meeting of  the American Council on Education, 1972; published in  Women in Higher Education, ed. T. Furniss and P.A. Graham  (Washington: American Council on Education, 1972), pp. 261- 278.

  • Stimpson, Catharine. “General Education for Graduate Education,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, XVIX: 10 (November 1, 2002): B-7.

  • Stimpson, Catharine. “New Consciousness, Old Institutions, and The Need for Reconciliation,” Educating Men and Women Together: Coeducation in a Changing World, ed. Carol Lasser (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1987), pp. 155-163.

  • Stimpson, Catharine. “Things Visible and Invisible,” Keynote Speech, The Scholar and the Feminist Conference, Barnard College, 1986. Revised version, “Nancy Reagan Wears A Hat,” given at University of Alabama Symposium on English and American Literature, 1986. Published in Critical Inquiry, 14, 2 (Winter 1988), 223-243.

  • Stimpson, Catharine. “Wild Boars and Such Things: Pains, Gains, and the Education of Women,” Bella Abzug Lecture, Hunter College, March, 1992. Revised versions published as “The Women’s Studies Movement,” The Humanities in the Schools, New York: American Council of Learned Societies, ACLS Occasional Paper No. 20, 1993, 25-45; Furman Studies n.s., 36 (June 1994): 1-36; Dissent 43, 1 (Winter 1996): 67-75.

  • Stimpson, Catharine. “Women as Knowers,” in Feminist Visions: Toward a Transformation of the Liberal Arts Curriculum, ed. Diane L. Fowlkes and  Charlotte S. McClure (University, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 1984), pp. 15-24.

  • Stimpson, Catharine. “Women at Bryn Mawr,” a profile of Bryn Mawr College, Change (April, 1974). Reprinted in Women on Campus. 25-31, 62-63.

  • Stimpson, Catharine.  “Women, Scholarship, and the Humanities,” The Women’s Annual, 1980, ed. Barbara K. Haber (Boston: G.K. Hall, 1981, pp. 117-143.).

  • Woyshner, Christine. "The Education of Women for Wifedom: Coverture, Community, and Consumerism in the Separate Spheres." History of Education Quarterly 43, no 3 (2003): 410-428.

  • Woyshner, Christine. “Gender Equity in Social Studies,” With Carole Hahn, Jane Bernard-Powers, and Margaret Smith Crocco. In Susan S. Klein, ed., Handbook for Achieving Gender Equity through Education. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2007. 335-358.

  • Woyshner, Christine. “Political History as Women's History: Toward a More Inclusive Curriculum.” Theory and Research in Social Education 30, no. 3 (2002): 354-380.

  • Woyshner, Christine. “Preparation for the Duties of Life: Women Reformers and the Functional Curriculum, 1893-1918.” Educational Foundations 18, nos. 3-4 (2004): 25-44.

  • Woyshner, Christine. “Symposium: The History of Women in Education,” Edited with Bonnie Tai, Harvard Educational Review 67, no. 4 (1997).

  • Woyshner, Christine. “Teaching the Women’s Club Movement in United States History.” The Social Studies 93, no. 1 (2002): 11-17.

  • Woyshner, Christine. "Women's Associations and the Origins of the Social Studies: Volunteers, Professionals, and the Community Civics Curriculum, 1890-1920." International Journal of Social Education 18, no. 2 (Winter 2003-2004): 15-32.

  • Woyshner, Christine. “Writing Women into the Curriculum.” With Paula Sincero, Social Education 67, no. 4 (2003): 218-225.

 

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