Fowlkes, Diane L(owe)

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FOWLKES, Diane L(owe)

FOWLKES, Diane L(owe). American, b. 1939. Genres: Politics/Government, Women's studies and issues. Career: Georgia State University, Atlanta, assistant professor, 1973-80, associate professor, 1980-92, professor, 1992-98, founding director of women's studies institute, 1992-98, professor emerita of political science, 1998-. Worked as a secretary, 1961-70. Diable Stable Inc. (breeders and racers of thoroughbred horses), president. Women's Policy Group/Women's Policy Education Fund, vice-president, 1992-94. Publications: How Feminist Theory Reconstructs American Government and Politics (monograph), 1983; (coed.) Feminist Visions: Toward a Transformation of the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 1984; White Political Women: Paths From Privilege to Empowerment, 1992. Work represented in books. Writer for the television series Democratic Government and Politics, BBC, 1987. Contributor to political science, social science, and women's studies journals. Address: PO Box 3806, Ocala, FL 34478, U.S.A.