THE VFA PIONEER HISTORIES PROJECT
Dr. Pauline Bart
February 18, 1930 – October 7, 2021
“Everything is data. But data isn’t everything.” – Pauline Bart
One of the most prolific contemporary feminist writers, Professor Emerita at the University of Illinois, Chicago, and a scholar at UCLA’s Center for the Study of Women. She has written on a wide range of issues including depression in middle-aged women, female sexuality, women’s studies as a discipline, women and violence, rape, menopause and pornography. Chicago Women’s Liberation Union.
Photo 1. 1st Southeastern Women’s Health Conference sign, April 1976. Photo 2. Pauline Bart and Dorothy “Cookie” Teer receive medal of honor during VFA “Sharing Our Stories” event, Duke University, Durham, NC, March 31, 2017.
More About Pauline:
- Pauline Bart obituary
- Veteran Feminists of America
- Select Interviews and Panels
- “A Revolutionary Moment” featuring panelists Pauline Bart, Robyn L. Rosen and Kelly O’Donnell at Boston University on March 29, 2014.
- Pauline Bart interviewed by Arden Eversmeyer, From the Collection: The Old Lesbian Oral Herstory Project, Sophia Smith Collection of Women’s History July 30, 2008
- Interviews with former members of Chicago Women’s Liberation Union, 1985-1991, Descriptive Inventory for the Collection at Chicago History Museum, Research Center, Judith Arcana and Pauline Bart, April 19, 1988
- Dr. Pauline Bart, feminist sociologist at Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine in Chicago, is interviewed by Paula Darte about her NIH-funded research on rape in November 1978.
- Cited in Barbara Love’s book, Feminists Who Changed America, pages 29 – 30