Education: The Study of Woman

Having discovered that black studies are not necessarily an academic disaster, many colleges are fearlessly scouting women's studies. Cornell, Vassar and Princeton, among others, are planning new courses on the role and history of women; now San Diego State College has announced a full-scale program in the subject.

San Diego's new eleven-course program will probe the status of women in comparative cultures, in literature, in sex and in "self-actualization." Key subjects for discussion will include the Women's Lib movement and U.S. education's alleged failure to spur women to pursue intellectual careers. Conceived a year ago by 15 women students and teachers, San...

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