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American Women Symposium

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Thursday, June 19, 2003
1:15 am - 2:45 pm

Panel One: Biographical Writings

Joanne Passet is an assistant professor of history at Indiana University East, in Richmond, Indiana. She formerly taught in the graduate programs of library and information science at Indiana University Bloomington, Dominican University, and University of California, Los Angeles. The University of Illinois Press issued her book, Sex Radicals and the Quest for Women's Equality, this spring in its Women in American History series. Passet also is the author of Cultural Crusaders: Women Librarians in the American West, 1900-1917, and coauthor with Mary Niles Maack of Aspirations and Mentoring in an Academic Environment. A graduate of the women's history program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she serves on the executive board of the Indiana Women's History Association. Currently she is working on a study of the life and times of nineteenth-century spiritualist, water-cure physician, and political activist Juliet H. Severance.

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