A Woman’s Guide to Stanford (1986)

1946-1989, Consciousness Raising, Date, Defining the Enemy, Patriarchy, Students, Subjectives of Refusal, Tactics of Disruption, Women

The Women’s Guide to Stanford Collective was an organization of women at Stanford University who would yearly publish handbooks of what were essentially survival guides to being a woman at the university. Topics covered were sexism in the classrooms, sexism in residential and social life, and managing being a woman overall at a new place. This edition of A Woman’s Guide to Stanford included excerpts written by women of color and women of different sexualities on their experiences at the university.

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