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McIntosh--Glenda Gates Riley (History Faculty)

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Title Date Summary
1 Does "feminism" work?; from man vs. woman to man and woman
Riley--Glenda Gates (History Faculty)
Northern Iowan 70:51, p.9
4/30/1974 Professor McIntosh talks about the changes that will come from feminism.
2 Wishful thinking for the future: brave new world of feminist Utopian
Riley--Glenda Gates (History Faculty)
Northern Iowan 70:50, p.8
4/26/1974 Professor McIntosh talks about the ways that women are portrayed and used; photo.
3 McIntosh published
Northern Iowan 70:20, p.7
11/20/1973 Publishes essay on feminist movement in America.
4 Women's studies
Northern Iowan 70:19, p.1
11/16/1973 Professor McIntosh will teach "History of Women in the United States"; first permanent women's studies course.
5 Alternative studies--self-motivation
Northern Iowan 70:18, p.1
11/13/1973 Professor Amend talks extensively about the Individual Studies Program and about the courses offered.
6 Chimes
Northern Iowan 70:17, p.10
11/9/1973 Professor McIntosh will make presentation on changing roles of women.
7 Women's studies
McIntosh--Glenda Gates Riley (History Faculty)
Northern Iowan 70:17, p.2
11/9/1973 Professor McIntosh appreciates library collection on Women's Studies; would like to see it continued.
8 History of women
Northern Iowan 70:11, p.1
10/19/1973 Professor McIntosh will speak at a conference and at Upper Iowa University.
9 "Right on"
McIntosh--Glenda Gates Riley (History Faculty)
Northern Iowan 69:49, p.2
4/24/1973 Professor McIntosh is glad to see that the NI has stopped using Miss, Ms., and Mrs.
10 Departmental encouragement
McIntosh--Glenda Gates Riley (History Faculty)
Northern Iowan 69:47, p.2
4/17/1973 Professor McIntosh states that her department has supported her efforts to establish a women's history course.
11 Miss, Mrs. or Ms.--nevermore
Gibbons--Steven M. (Class of 1973)
Northern Iowan 69:47, p.2
4/17/1973 Northern Iowan will no longer use Mr., Ms., Miss, or Mrs.
12 Miss, Mrs. or Ms.
McIntosh--Glenda Gates Riley (History Faculty)
Northern Iowan 69:45, p.2
4/11/1973 Professor McIntosh presents her views on the appropriate use of titles associated with women.
13 Sexism and racism
Prahl--Michael T. (Class of 1973 and 1990; History
Northern Iowan 69:44, p.2
4/6/1973 Points out instances of racism and sexism at UNI.
14 "Women's studies help develop a new view on women"
Northern Iowan 69:32, p.5
2/13/1973 Professors Grace Ann Hovet and Marie Kloss present views on incorporating the study of women into the curriculum; excerpts from their comments.
15 Continuing education program
Northern Iowan 69:21, p.16
12/1/1972 Program for mature students will feature discussion of women's studies.
16 End the sex discrimination
Northern Iowan 68:53, p.2
5/9/1972 Should not have separate faculty clubs for men and women.
17 Faculty segregation by sex protested; separate but equal?
Northern Iowan 68:52, p.1
5/5/1972 Professor McIntosh asks why Faculty Men's Club does not admit women; Mayor Jon Crews addresses club.

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