I have not always ascribed judgments cited in this report to individuals by name, since it was not always feasible or relevant. Generally, however, many ideas, opinions, and quotations are mixed and woven into the text that I gleaned from brief talks or longer interviews with the individuals listed below.
Helen S. Astin: Bureau of Social Science Research, Washington, D.C.
Caroline Bird: free-lance writer, author of Born Female, Poughkeepsie, New York
Rachel DuPlessis: preceptor, Department of English, Columbia College, Columbia University, New York, New York
Dora Evers: formerly editor of Women's Education, American Association of University Women, Washington, D.C.
Elizabeth Hall: President, Simon's Rock College, Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Carolyn Heilbrun: Associate Professor, Department of English, General Studies, Columbia University, New York, New York
Kenneth Keniston: Associate Professor, Institute of Human Relations, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Elizabeth Koontz: Director, Women's Bureau, Department of Labor, Washington., D.C.
David Lilliwer: formerly a recruiter for the Stanford Law School, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
David C. McClelland: Professor, Department of Social Relationsi Harvard University, Cainbridge, Massachusetts
Kate Millett: Chairman,, Education Committee, National Organization for Women, New York, New York
Inez Nelbach: Dean, Kirkland College, Clinton, New York
Esther Peterson: formerly Assistant Secretary, Department of Labor, Washington, D. C.
Alice S. Rossi: Associate Professor, Department of Social Relations, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Ann Ulanov: Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Religion, Union Theological Seminary, New York, New York
Elga Wasserman: Director, Coeducation Program, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Sara K. Winter: member of the Department of Psychology and author of a report on the education of women at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
Harriet Zellner: Ph.D. candidate, Department of Economics, Graduate Faculties, Columbia University, New York, New York
Student, faculty, and administration groups at:
New York, New York
All of these generously
gave their time with helpful, enthusiastic spirits. Since Hampshire is
a venture that most of them knew very little about, they deserve all the
more thanks for their receptivity.
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