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Chapman, Sara S. 1940-

Overview
Works: 309 works in 329 publications in 1 language and 2,545 library holdings
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc  Literature  History  Biography  Reviews  Humor  Forecasts  Fiction  Illustrated works  Book reviews 
Roles: Author
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Sara S Chapman
One nation, indivisible? by Sara S Chapman( Book )

5 editions published in 2001 in English and Undetermined and held by 428 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Henry James's portrait of the writer as hero by Sara S Chapman( Book )

13 editions published between 1989 and 2014 in English and held by 410 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

One of the subjects of deepest and most enduring interest to Henry James was the creative experience of writers and critics. This study examines James's fictions about this experience, placing them within the context of James's critical work and enabling the reader to see this body of work as James himself did: as a coherent, extended portrayal of the creative experience of the writer-critic
Henry James' developing perspective of America : an examination of the tales by Sara S Chapman( )

4 editions published in 1970 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[Megatrends for women ; Women and math and science ; Possessing the secret of joy ; Moosewood cookbook( Recording )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Part 1. Women-owned businesses employ as many people as all the Fortune 500 companies together. In 1993, California may send two women U-S Senators to Washington. That's just some of the information about women's lives contained in Megatrends for women. Beth Engeler reports. Part 2. We all know how important it is for women to get involved with math and science. Bruce Robertson reports on a new book that focuses on how to approach science. Part 3. Alice Walker's most recent book, Possessing the secret of joy, deals with an uncomfortable and unfamiliar subject, genital mutilation of women in some African and Asian countries. Barbara Grossman has a review. Part 4. For many, Mollie Katzen's Moosewood cookbook has been a guide toward more healthful eating. Beth Engeler talks with Katzen about the new, revised version of the cookbook
[Women in the media ; Nellie Bly ; Through a woman's eye( Recording )

2 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Part 1. Six years ago, a survey showed women, on average, received only 11% of front page references in newspapers. That number has now more than doubled--to 25%--according to the organization "Women, Men, and Media". Beth Engeler finds out more about women in the media. (7:00) Part 2. Nellie Bly was a pioneering female journalist. She feigned insanity to expose abuse in asylums, she reported from the front during WWI, and she earned 27 patents on steel barrels. Beth Engeler reports on a biography of Nellie Bly. (8:00) Part 3. They turned their pantries into darkrooms. Karen Kelly has more on a book that uncovers the photography of women living in rural upstate New York. Historians say it's part of history that previously has not been on the record. (5:30)
[Latchkey children ; Child care policies in business ; People behind the scenes ; Susan B. Anthony( Recording )

1 edition published in 1989 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 1. With more and more working mothers, "latchkey children" continue to be a problem. However, a leading child care expert, Dr. Shelia Kamerman of Columbia University, says the problem may be exaggerated. She says many of those children are old enough to take care of themselves, though she doesn't deny the younger ones are in trouble. With Beth Engeler. (4:22) Part 2. Commentator Helen DesFosses says "latchkey children" are a major public policy issue. Ironically, when she visited the Soviet Union in the 1970's she saw latchkey kids and thought "at least the U.S. doesn't have that problem." (3:24) Part 3. As the decade comes to a close, more businesses have begun to address issues concerning the working parent. Paul Rosenthal looks at programs at I.B.M. and DuPont Corporation ... both companies were ranked by Working Mother Magazine for excellence in child care policies. (5:39)
[Fighting sexual harassment on campus : Beatrix Potter ; Gayle Johnson ; An all-female rodeo]( Recording )

1 edition published in 1989 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 4. The American cowgirl is alive and well ... and riding and roping in an all-female rodeo across the country. 51%'s resident Texan Mauri Small talks with the organizer of an all-women rodeo in Hereford, Texas. (6:05)
[Reviving Ophelia ; Single fatherhood ; Women's reading groups ; Maverick( Recording )

1 edition published in 1994 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 1. We hear about how girls lose their confidence when they hit adolescence. While the transition is rough for most everyone, for some girls it manifests itself in the form of depression, an eating disorder, or worse. Beth Engeler speaks with Nebraska clinical psychologist Dr. Mary Pipher about her book, Reviving Ophelia. (8:28) Part 2. Commentator Nancy Woodhall is sick of hearing about "single mothers" and pregnant teenage girls". She saysthese children have fathers, too. Commentary. (5:02) Part 3. All over the country, women who love to read meet every week at local bookstores or libraries to discuss their latest assignment. Author Mickey Pearlman spent months visiting reading groups. As Karen Kelly reports, she found a thriving national community. (4:09) Part 4. Although she admits she never watched the TV show, movie reviewer Diana Postlethwaite still didn't really enjoy the movie version of Maverick. (2:35)
[Pro-life feminism ; Aspirin and pregnancy ; Project Success ; Where women stand ; Leona Helmsley( Recording )

1 edition published in 1989 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 5. In our society, it is inherent that a person be innocent until proven guilty. But, we all know that's not always true in the public's eye. Take the recent case of Leona Helmsley's crime, commentator Helen DesFosses wonders how much the public's image of Helmsley had to do with sterotypes about women. (2:30)
[AIDS czar, Kristine Gebbie ; Boston Women's Heritage Trail ; Much ado about nothing( Recording )

1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 1. Beth Engeler speaks with the nation's first AIDS czar--Kristine Gebbie. Gebbie, a professional nurse, was just appointed to the position by President Clinton. Part 2. Phillis Wheatley, Anne Hutchinson, Chew Shee Chin, and Julia O'Connor--all these women are an important part of the history of the city of Boston--and their lives and achievements are part of the Boston Women's Heritage Trail. Beth Engeler takes a walk with one of the trail's founders--to discover more. Part One. Part 3. 51% film critic Diana Postlethwaite says you must see the movie Much ado about nothing
[Mills College, an update ; Women, cholesterol and heart disease ; Sue Fink ; Bad housekeeping( Recording )

1 edition published in 1990 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 1. An update--the Board of Trustees at Mills College in Oakland, California, reversed its decision to begin admitting men to the all-women institution. Inga Sarda speaks with one student who says the situation was the "ultimate final exam". Part 2. Just what are the real risks when it comes to women, cholesterol, and heart disease. Dr. Elaine Feldman of the Georgia Medical College in Augusta, says estrogen protects women from the harmful effects of cholesterol until they reach menopause. Beth Engeler speaks with Feldman. Part 3. Sue Fink says more and more women who tour on the "women's music circuit" have been integrated into the mainstream. Beth Engeler talks with the Los Angeles vocalist, who's second album, "True life adventure." weaves tales about Fink's life. Part 4. If your place is in the running for the "bad housekeeping" awards, you're not alone. Commentary by Margie Ware, a freelance writer in Williamstown, Massachusetts
[Women victims ; Eating disorders ; Melissa Etheridge( Recording )

1 edition published in 1994 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 1. A new study shows women who are victims of violent crime often fall into a vicious cycle of repeated drug use and repeated victimhood. Lee Farbman reports. (5:13) Part 2. 51-percent commentator Helen DesFosses was saddened by the death of a gymnast from anorexia. She says we need to do more to stop the forces that lead to eating disorders. (3:54) Part 3. At age 21, Melissa Etheridge left her home in Kansas to seek stardom in Hollywood. Today, she's a foremost rock musician whose concerts sell out in minutes. Beth Engeler has a profile. (9:00) or (12:27) with song at the end
[Linda Gardiner ; Harassment of women physicians ; Tori Amos( Recording )

1 edition published in 1994 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 1. Ten years ago, Linda Gardiner had a thought during lunch. Why wasn't there a woman's review of books? Her idea has turned into a decade-long venture Beth Engeler has a profile. (6:00) Part 2. Its' an intimate setting already--so, it can be very disturbing when female doctors are sexually harassed by their patients. In a recent survey conducted in Canada, a large number of women physicians reported experiencing some sort of harassment. Beth Engeler reports. Part 3. Singer-songwriter Tori Amos shares her thoughts on the personal experiences that influence her music. Her new album is called Under the pink. Karen Kelly reports. (5:56) ... with music (8:45)
[Molly Ivins can't say that, can she? ; 60 million 'missing' women ; Daughters of the dust ; Aquamarine( Recording )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 1. Molly Ivins can't say that, can she? That's the title of the Texan's bestseller. In it, she provides satirical insights and a dose of old-fashioned humor. Bruce Robertson reports. Part 2. A Princeton researcher says in some countries, the ratio of males to females is much higher than it should be. Beth Engeler speaks with him about the 60 million "missing women". Part 3. It's taken until 1992 for a feature film directed by an African-American woman to receive national commercial distribution. Diana Postlethwaite reveiws Julie Dash's Daughters of the dust. Part 4. Have you ever wondered what would happen if you had taken a different path in your life? That's the theme of Carol Anshaw's book, Aquamarine. Beth Engeler reports
[The Women's quarterly ; Women and AIDS ; Power dreamers ; Encountering God( Recording )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 1. "Women don't all think alike, they aren't all subscribers to a feminist view of the world"--That quote comes from Danielle Crittenden, founder and editor of a new women's periodical that aims to address the concerns of conservative women. (7:21)
[Women's drinking ; Gender-neutral languages ; Vikki Scott ; Female jockeys( Recording )

1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 1. A California researcher says despite the fact that there are more male alcoholics in the world, women's drinking is considered more deviant by many people. Bruce Robertson reports. Part 2. Should we be using "mail carrier" instead of "mailman", and "chair" instead of "chairman"? The thoughts of 51% commentator Helen DesFosses on gender-neutral language. Part 3. Vikki Scott went from couch potato to sports contender making an unusual record at the Pan American games in Cuba. The rower and her son became the first mother and son ever to compete and win on the same national team in the same year. Claudia Ricci has Scott's story. Part 4. Beth Engeler reports on Diane Nelson and Julie Krone--two among a growing number of female jockeys
[The Market for violent stories ; Women's work ; Boys and cars( Recording )

1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 1. It's a surprising phenomenon. Although women are most often the victims in violent stories, they're also the fastest growing market for this literature. Bruce Robertson looks into the issue. Part 2. Research has found that women in female-dominated occupations work closer to home. The study has also found that there are differences in the way men and women look for work. Beth Engeler reports. Part 3. Claudia Ricci has the tale of her hot-rodding son, and the insight it's given her into her roots
[National Women's Hall of Fame ; Women's history ; Women P.I.'s ; Deidre McCalla( Recording )

1 edition published in 1989 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 4. Oakland, California pop singer and songwriter Deidre McCalla says she's always liked "Top 40" radio tunes. The Vassar College graduate's latest album, "With a little luck," features songs about personal issues ... like the relationship between mothers and daughters ... and cats. Paul Rosenthal reports. (5:41)
[Codename Scarlett ; Women's political agenda ; Campus notes ; The Womb song( Recording )

1 edition published in 1989 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 1. In the old days, the most important job for the wife of a presidential candidate was to be by her husband's side, portraying an image of stable family support. Today, there is much more for a spouse to do, as Jeanne Simon tells reporter Phil D'Anieri. Simon is the wife of Paul Simon, who ran for the Democratic presidential nomination last year. Jeanne Simon has recently completed a book on her experience. (6:00) Part 2. A question for the 90's ... is the women's movement dead? Commentator Helen DesFosses outlines the women's political agenda ... which includes family issues and money matters. (6:34) Part 3. How are young women on college campuses prepared for the career-family dilemma? And is the atmosphere on college campuses really as conservative as it's made out to be? Co-host Sara Chapman, President of Russell Sage College, discusses what she's seeing on campus. (4:33) Part 4. What to do about a crying baby? A Los Angeles-area psychologist thinks he's found one solution with "The Womb song" ... tunes designed to be played to a baby before birth to sooth him or her after birth. Bruce Robertson reports. (5:58)
[True women ; A feminist bookstore ; Reproductive rights( Recording )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Part 2. For fifteen years, the Women and Children First bookstore has been one of Chicago's best resources for feminist and female literature. We'll talk to the owners about the trials and tribulations they face in running an independent bookstore. (8:00)
 
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Henry James's portrait of the writer as hero