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Feminism in the Arts: An Interim Bibliography

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(Incomplete, but given the present lack of information on Russian, British, Swedish, Israeli, and other liberation movements, offered as a starting point for further studies. Ed.)

Albright Thomas, “Erotic Series—Female Version, San Francisco Chronicle, January 14, 1970, p. 47.

A facetious review of Eleanor Dickinson’s series of drawings entitled Isabel in Love. The writer protests the ”many studio poses involving a group of models whose male members have visible difficulty in getting very much aroused."

Alloway, Lawrence. “Art,” The Nation, March 27, 1972, pp. 413–414.

Describes the artistic and social importance of the exhibition of “13 Women Artists,” all members of the Women’s Ad Hoc Committee at 117–119 Prince Street: Loretta Dunkelman, Ann Marshall, Patsy Norvell, Paula Tavins, Helene Hui, Kazubo, Joyce Robins, Pat Lasch, Judy Waterman, Alice Adams, Mary Miss, Audrey Hemenway,

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