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WGS Video Catalog

Office Library Video Catalog

Videotape
Date of Video
Running Time
Notes
American Daughter, An
2000
100 minutes
written by Wendy Wasserstein
American Experience: Miss America
2002
2 Hours
PBS
American Writers: Journey Through History – The Dedication of the Declaration of Sentiments National Park in Seneca Falls
2001
2 1/2 hours
CSPAN
Associate, The
114 minutes
With Whoopie Goldberg
Beloved
1991
172 minutes
With Oprah Winfrey
Beneath the Veil
2001
CNN, On reserve
Beneath the Veil, Part 2
2001
CNN, On reserve
Beyond the Glass Ceiling
1994
41 minutes
Burning Bed, The
1995
97 min
But I’m A Cheerleader
1999
86 min.
Century of Women, A
*Image and Popular Culture
* Sexuality and Social Justice
*Work and Family
95 minutes each
Citizen Ruth
1996
105 minutes
With Laura Dern
Color of Fear, The
1994
90 min.
2 copies, On reserve
Conjure Women
Crimes Against Nature
Chris Kilmartin
Crossing the Threshold: Traveling Exhibit
1997
Cultural Boundaries and Cyber Spaces
2000
30 minutes
Equality: A History of the Women’s Movement in America
1996
30 minutes
Foodfright
1988
30 minutes
Frankenstein
1999
71 minutes
With Boris Karloff
Heat and Dust/ Catherine Wheel
Hot on the Trail
1994
60 minutes
I Witness: Shot Down in Pensacola
Informal Conversation with Susan Koppelman and Dale Spender, An
1999
90 Minutes
Inside the Taliban
2001
On reserve
John Stossel Reports “Love, Lust and Marriage”
1997
ABC
Live Free or Die
Monday’s Girls
1993
50 minutes
Motherless: A Legacy of Loss from Illegal Abortions
1994
27 minutes
NOW’s 20th Anniversary
1986
2 hours
On Becoming a Woman: Mothers and Daughters Talking Together
1988
100 minutes
Opening ceremonies: NGO forum, Beijing
1995
Oprah Winfrey: Price Discrimination
1996
Oprah Winfrey: Program on the Taliban and Terrorism
2001
On reserve
Question of Silence, A
92 minutes
On reserve
Regret to Inform
PBS, Barbara Sonnenbern
Rosie’s Story
2002
PrimeTime, Rosie O’Donnell
Salaam Bombay
1988
114 minutes
Sally Jesse Raphael: For Women Only
1994
Seneca Reflections: Celebrating 150 years of Women’s Rights
1998
24 minutes
2 copies
Shortchanging Girls, Shortchanging America
1991
18:58
Silas Marner
2 hours
Some Like It Hot
1959
122 minutes
With Marilyn Monroe
Strength In Numbers
2001
30 minutes
NJN
Susan B. Anthony Slept Here
56 minutes
Tough Guise
1999
57 min.
On reserve
U.N. conference on Women: One Year Later
1996
From Bill Alexander
Vagina Monologues, The
2002
+/- 90 min.
HBO, with Eve Ensler s
When Abortion Was Illegal: Untold Stories
1992
28 minutes
Women and Science: Issues and Resources
1984
30:32
Not VHS format
Women of Summer: An Unknown Chapter of American Social History, The

Videotapes of Campus Events

Videotape
Date
Notes
The New Jersey Womyn’s Chorus
1992
Women’s History Month
Lillian Robinson – Thelma and Louise and Spike and Annabelle
1992
Women’s History Month
Paula Rothenberg – Freedom of Speech and Speaking Freely
1992
Women’s History Month
Pat Schroeder – Women and Leadership
1992
Women’s History Month
Naomi Wolf
1994
Women’s History Month
Beverly Greene
1994
Women’s History Month
Feminist Revolution: Where is the Love?
1995
Women’s History Month
Adrien Wing – Amer-I-Can
1995
Women’s History Month
Bell Hooks – Feminist Revolution (2 copies)
1995
Women’s History Month
Beijing Panel Discussion (2 copies)
1995
Poetry Reading: Women’s Words
1996
Women’s History Month
Joan Scott – Rereading the History of Feminism
1996
Women’s History Month
Nora Naranjo-Morse – When a Pueblo Woman Cleans Her Closet
1996
Women’s History Month
Nell Painter – Sojourner Truth: The Life of a Symbol
1996
Women’s History Month
Esmeralda Santiago – When I was Puerto Rican
1996
Women’s History Month
Jane Gallop – Feminist Accused of Sexual Harassment
1996
Women’s History Month
Dolores Huerta – Tools to Political Empowerment
1996
Women’s History Month
Sol Urbach – Schindler’s List Survivor
1996
Holocaust Class Guest Speaker
Second Annual Poetry Reading: Women’s Words
1997
Women’s History Month
Film Panel: New Women Directors (2 copies)
1997
Women’s History Month
Renae Bredin – Like Water for Chocolate
1997
Women’s History Month
Demetria Royals – Inventing Herself
1997
Women’s History Month
Julie Dash – Women Making Movies in the ‘90s
1997
Women’s History Month
Selma Thompson – Confessions of a Feminist Screenwriter
1997
Women’s History Month
Third Annual Poetry Reading: Women’s Words
1998
Women’s History Month
Miriam Schapiro – A Life in Art (2 copies)
1998
Women’s History Month
Muriel Castanis – Making Art Out of Whole Cloth
1998
Women’s History Month
Carrie Mae Weems -  Daring to Resist
1998
Women’s History Month
Annie Shaver-Crandell – What’s Doing in New York City
1998
Women’s History Month
Kate Bornstein – Cut N Paste
1998
Multicultural Lecture Series
Fourth Annual Poetry Reading: Women’s Words
1999
Women’s History Month
Shirley Tilghman – Women in Science
1999
Women’s History Month
Helen Berman-  35 Years as a Crystallographer
1999
Women’s History Month
Jean Taylor – Women in Mathematics: 1969 versus Now
1999
Women’s History Month
Dr. Mary S. Hartman – Women and Leadership
1999
Dr. Gitenstein’s Inauguration
Ms. Diane Abbott, M.P.
1999
Dr. Gitenstein’s Inauguration
Panel of Alumni – Celebration of Women’s Education
1999
Dr. Gitenstein’s Inauguration
Dr. Margaret S. Crocco – Women and Education
1999
Dr. Gitenstein’s Inauguration
Layli Miller Bashir – Gender and Migration: One Woman’s Story
2000
Women’s History Month
Elena Gapova – Freedom After The Iron Curtain?
2000
Women’s History Month
Deborah Gray White – Feminism Under Siege: Reconciling Black Atlantic Nationalism
2000
Women’s History Month
Fifth Annual Poetry Reading: Women’s Words: Disken, Gray, Harrod, Hollander, Pearson
2000
Women’s History Month
Fauzia Kassindja – Do They Hear You When You Cry?
2000
Women’s History Month
Na Lo Hopkinson, Ida Jones, Lillie J. Edwards – Afrofuturism: Womanist Paradigms for the New Millenium
2000
Women’s History Month
Winona LaDuke – Women, Race and Power
2000
Community Learning Day Event
Christine Armente and William Abruzzi – The Causes and Consequences of Cultural Encounters: A Scientific Perspective
2000
Community Learning Day Event
“Loving Across the Divide”: An Intergenerational Dialogue about Inter-Ethnic Life in Trenton
2000
Community Learning Day Event
Michael Kaufman – Why Men Benefit From Feminism
2001
Men and Masculinity
Carmen Whalen – From Puerto Rico to Philadelphia: Puerto Rican Women, Work and Migration
2001
Women’s History Month
Nawal El Saadawi – Creativity & Dissidence
2001
Women’s History Month
Francis Fox Piven – Caring and Wage: Labor and Class Divides in the Women’s Movement
2001
Women’s History Month
Michael Kimmel- Mars and Venus, or Planet Earth?  Women and Men on Campus in the New Millennium (3 copies)
2001
Men and Masculinity
First Class of WGST Graduates
2001
Student Achievement Awards
Love Your Body
2002
WILL, Melinda Parisi, Medical Center at Princeton Eating Disorders Program
Women’s Poetry Reading
2002
Women’s History Month
Kerry Kennedy Cuomo-Multicultural Lecture Series
2002
Women’s History Month
Educating For Justice
2002
Women’s History Month
Allan Johnson
2002
Women’s History Month
Leslie Feinberg
2002
Women’s History Month
Alicia Partnoy- Latin American Women and the Disappeared
2003
Women’s History Month
Cathy Day- Women’s Words
2003
Women’s History Month
Gender Nation and Democracy: A Symposium (2 copies)
2003
Women’s History Month
Lesbian Herstory Archives- Unearthing the Closet
2003
Women’s History Month
Guerrilla Girls
2003
Women’s History Month
Woman is the Word- Memoir Writing in a Women’s Prison
2003
Women’s History Month
Jane Roland Martin- Women and Education: Women’s Entrance Into Higher Education
2003
Women’s History Month
Janet Goldwater Q&A after “Maggie Growels”
2004
Women’s History Month
Women’s Words: Annual Reading
2004
Women’s History Month
Fawzia Afzal Khan – Where are the Muslim Feminist Voices?
2004
Women’s History Month
The Bag Ladies
2004
Women’s History Month
Miche Braden – Doin’ the Girls
2004
Women’s History Month
Carole Boyce Davies – Half the World: TransnationalFeminist Politics
2004
Women’s History Month
Women’s Words: Annual Reading
2005
Women’s History Month
Gul Ozyegin-Educated Islam: Feminism, Pluralism, & Sexual Citizenship Among Young Turkish Women
2005
Women’s History Month
Women in Politics-Women in Politics: Coming through the Pipeline in New Jersey?
2005
Women’s History Month
Yanar Mohammed-Women’s Struggle for Equality and Freedom In Iraq
2005
Women’s History Month
Spike Peterson – Rethinking Globalization: Uneven Effects, Underlying Issues, and Urgent Concerns
2005
Women’s History Month
Women’s Words
2005
Women’s History Month
Dr. Christopher Kilmartin “Guy Fi”
2005
Women’s History Month
Women in the Workplace Panel Discussion (2 copies)
2006
Women’s  History Month
Women in Politics
2006
Women’s History Month
I Want My FeMTV
2006
Women’s History Month
Plan B – Politics or Science? (2 copies)
2007
Women’s History Month
Regina Sayles (2 copies)
2007
Women’s History Month
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