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The Creative Woman Volume 12 Number 02
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TitleThe Creative Woman Volume 12 Number 02
DateSummer 1992
Issue TitleToward Partnership: Building the Smallest Democracy at the Heart of Society
Table of Contents03 Introduction by the Editors
04 Family Social Justice: Building the Smallest Democracy at the Heart of Society by Werner Krieglstein
09 Violence in the Family: Learning What You Live by Janae B. Weinhold
12 No More Violence by Marian R. Plant
13 Transforming the Family: A Partnership Vision by Judith C. Kelpsas
15 Behind Barbed Wire: Destruction of the Japanese-American Family During World War II by Yoji Ozaki
16 Are the Public Schools Ready for Change? by Heather Ann Harder
19 Partnership Parenting the Native American Way by Adrianne Bacavis, Heather Ann Harder, and Anna Sue Rominger
21 From Cape Town to Chicago: Partnership in Progress by Merlyn Judy Lawrence
24 Partnership and Domination Models in the Law by Anna Sue Rominger
27 Why I Left the Law: I Want to Teach Children to Read by Dawn Scarlett
28 Photography/Artist's Statement by Carol Thorner
30 Mother, Maiden, Crone I by Jane Stewart Heckman
32 Mother, Maiden, Crone II: Alma Mia (My Soul) by Lisa Cacari-Stone
34 A Framework for Understanding Ecofeminism by Lyn DelliQuadri
36 The Crete Festival Story by David Loye, Photographs by Marylu Raushenbush
41 Bull-Dancing: An Interview on Crete, 2500 B.C. by Madeleine Van Hecke
42 Daddy's Little Girls by Pamela Smith Schweppe
46 Surviving the Wreck by Susan Osborn reviewed by Patte Wheat LeVan
48 A Woman's Place by Rex Denver Borough reviewed by Helen E. Hughes
52 Letters to the Editor
54 Editor's Column
PublisherGovernors State University
EditorsHarriet E. Hughes, Editor; Heather Ann Harder, Guest Editor; Jane Stewart Heckman, Guest Editor; Judith C. Kelpsas, Guest Editor; Lisa Cacari-Stone, 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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