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The Creative Woman Volume 11 Number 01
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TitleThe Creative Woman Volume 11 Number 01
DateWinter/Spring 1991
Issue TitleMen and Birth
Table of Contents03 About Our Guest Editors
04 Introduction to Men and Birth by Art Schmaltz and David Matteson
05 Fatherhood and Social Change by Ralph LaRossa
10 The True Self, the False Self, and Male Sex Role Expectations by Sally J. Nador
12 Pregnant Dreams: The Secret Life of the Expectant Father by Alan B. Siegel
18 Men Giving Birth by Art Schmaltz and Waud Kracke
20 What Time Is It? by Marge Robinson
21 Male Circumcision by Art Schmaltz
24 Jason's Here by Sidney Miller
25 Men and Birth: A Selective Bibliography by Barbara Conant
26 Mother Earth III: Artist's Statement by Art Schmaltz
27 Goddess Scultures by Art Schmaltz, Photographs by Richard Burd
29 Martin Lueders: The Ethics of Street Photography by Paul Schranz
30 Artist's Statement and Photograph Series by Martin Lueders
34 The Difference Between Popular and Unpopular Photography by Jay Boersma
36 In the Men's House by Tom Seidner
36 My Osprey by Dave Matteson
37 Prizewinners: Temmie Gilbert and Judy Panko Reis
38 Announcements
40 In Loving Memory: Elaine Garretson, Edith Perlmutter, Sonja Weil
41 Exchange Ads
42 Letters to the Editor
45 Uncommon Lives: Creative Women Celebrated at Rockford College by Helen Hughes
46 Editor's Column: We're Looking for a Few Good Men by Helen Hughes
PublisherGovernors State University
EditorsHarriet E. Hughes, Editor; Art Schmaltz, Guest Editor; David R. Matteson, Guest Editor
SubjectsWomen -- Intellectual life -- Periodicals; Feminism -- Periodicals
CollectionThe Creative Woman (Governors State University)
AbstractThe Creative Woman was a quarterly feminist journal produced at Governors State University from 1977-1992. Issues were comprised of articles, poetry, verse, biographical sketches, essays, non-fiction, fiction, book review, photography, and original graphics. The content featured the work of GSU faculty, staff, and others on a wide variety of topics of interest to women.
RightsAll rights held by Governors State University Library. For permission to publish, distribute, or use this text for any other purpose, please contact Governors State University Library, Governors State University, 1 University Parkway, University Park, IL 60484-0975 Attn: University Archives.
SourceUniversity Archives, Governors State University Library. Digitized with permission of Governors State University Library by the Internet Archive in 2012 with funding from CARLI: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois.
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