Sarah Schulman and Terry Castle: April 7, 2016 (Updated a year ago)
Tags: abstract expressionism, act up, advertising, andy warhol, angela davis, anita loos, barnett newman, bette davis, betty parsons, black power, brooklyn, new york, city university of new york, domesticity, female autonomy, françoise meltzer, french realism, gay liberation movement, gay marriage, gentrification, greenwich village, greta garbo, heresies magazine, homophobia, honoré de balzac, jackson pollock, james baldwin, jewish writers, lesbian fiction, lesbians, literary criticism, marriage resisters, motherhood, new york city, novel, patricia highsmith, paul robeson, psychoanalysis, publishing industry, queer writers, race, racism, radar productions, roberta maxwell, samuel r. delany, sarah schulman, schadenfreude, sexism, sexual identity, spinsters, stanford university, staten island, suburbanization, susan sontag, terry castle, the feminist press at cuny, the open city, university of chicago, valerie solanas, vivian maier, white flight, white supremacy, women and gender studies, women writers, women's liberation, women's movement, world war ii
Added to Poetry Center Digital Archive on June 6, 2016.
- Originally Recorded By: DocFilm Institute
- Location: The Poetry Center, SFSU
- Date: 04/07/2016
- Total Run Time: 1:08:44
- Contributor: Steve Dickison, Jennifer Cross, Patrick Marks, Monica Nolan
ContentMaterial for download
SchulmanSarah20160407DIG.mp3 (156.14 MB – MP3 audio)
2016-04-07_PC_Still_02.png (4.02 MB – PNG image)
- Downloads: 79 (79 for this version)
- Listens: 679 (678 for this version)
CollectionsThis material is part of the Poetry Center Digital Archive currated collections:
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- Non Commercial- ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. For all other uses please email The Poetry Center.