Papers, 1979.


Papers, 1979.

Collection includes an autograph letter signed from Sebestyen to Betsy Warrior, a Boston-area feminist who worked extensively with battered women, describing a conference of activists she'd attended and the bitter arguments that broke out; also included is a chart Sebestyen devised analyzing the various positions and solutions advocated by leftwing and feminist groups on the question of women's position in society; a copy of Scarlet Women 9 (Jan. 1979); papers delivered at the Radical Feminist Day Workshop at White Lion Free School, Apr. 8, 1979, and a paper by Sebestyen about her analytic chart, entitled Tendencies in the Movement, Then and Now.

1 folio+ folder.

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Warrior, Betsy (person)

Sebestyen, Amanda, 1946- (person)

Amanda Sebestyen was a radical feminist writer and activist from Great Britain. From the description of Papers, 1979. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122565709 This small collection was donated by journalist Amanda Sebestyen. Sebyesten has worked with asylum seekers, and has campaigned for the rights of the Roma people. She has a long standing interest in Bosnia and Kosovo, and she has written on feminism. In 1992, she organised the “Strains of War” art exhibition ...