New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1987. 270 pp.
Contents: The Dissenting Feminist Academy is an historical analysis of the profound, contradictory relationship of feminist
scholarship to the university - It explores the barriers which higher education erects to women in general and to feminism
specifically and explicates how those objective constraints manifest themselves vis-à-vis the university's institutional policies,
its disciplinary characteristics and its support of the private public dichotomy.