Document Type

Article

Publication Title

The Maine Campus

Publication Date

4-12-1973

First Page

9

Last Page

10

Issue Number

24

Volume Number

76

Abstract/ Summary

An interview with Carol Savoie who taught the first course dealing with gender studies at the University of Maine in the fall of 1972. The course was entitled, "Homosexuality--perspectives and prejudices" and addressed homosexuality not "as an illness, perversion or abnormality, but as an aspect of the life experience of a significant number of people."

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Social Justice_Maine_Campus_vol_76_no_24_p_9-10_1973-04-12

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