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Gloria Bowles (link to: UCB Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, First Coordinator UCB Women's Studies Program In 1973, when she was a graduate student in Comparative Literature, Gloria Bowles worked to create a women's studies program at UCB and in that same year became its first coordinator, initiating the process of course development. She is the author of Theories of Women's Studies (1983) and Living Ideas: A Memoir of the Tumultuous Founding of Berkeley Women's Studies (2009), available on her website. Arlie Hochschild (link to: UCB Emerita Professor of Sociology and Affiliate of the Women's Studies Program In the early 1970's, when Arlie Hochschild was a UCB Assistant Professor, she started the women's caucus in sociology and helped found the women's studies program. Her books include The Managed Heart, The Second Shift, The Time Bind, The Commercialization of Intimate Life, and the co-edited Global Woman. Mary Ryan (link to: First Chair of the UCB Women's Studies Dept./John Hopkins University Professor of History Mary P. Ryan is currently the John Martin Vincent Professor of History at Johns Hopkins University. Over the course of her career, she has participated in building and sustaining Women's and Gender Studies programs in four universities, including Berkeley. Her most recent book is entitled Mysteries of Sex: Tracing Women and Men through American History. Taly Rutenberg UCB Women's Studies Alumna ...