Re: l'innommable

Thomas W. Rimkus (trimkus@COMP.UARK.EDU)
Wed, 15 Mar 1995 23:10:03 -0600

On Wed, 15 Mar 1995, Ruby Rohrlich wrote:

> Yes, I indicated elsewhere that I would join a feminist anthropology list
> in addition to Anthro-l. It would be great if anthro-l included feminist
> an thropology as a matter of course, and I think most of the people on
> anthro-l would do that, but there are enough (a minority) who would
> sweat and stew and call names, and try to take over feminist issues, as
> has already happened. So yes, let's have a feminist anthropology
> list. Ruby Rohrlich. On Wed, 15 Mar 1995, Jerry W. Forstadt wrote:
> > > Is there any interest from the folks on this list in a Feminist Anthro
> > > List? I would like to do an informal survey to see if it would be worth
> > > my time to check into the possibilities. As far as I know, our program
> >
> > Why start another list? We lack an anthropological focus already on this
> > list. It might be kind of an nifty experiment to discuss feminist
> > anthropology on the anthropology list.
> >
> >
Can't stand the scrutiny? It is always safer to talk to the choir I guess.