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Dorothy Dinnerstein

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Dorothy Dinnerstein was born in a poor Jewish section of the Bronx, New York City, in 1923. As a psychologist, she worked with such well-known names as Kohler, Wertheimer, and Asch. She was a distinguished professor of psychology at Rutgers University for thirty years and lived in New Jersey until her death in a car accident in 1992.

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Mermaid and the Minotaur

Written by Dorothy Dinnerstein

Format: Trade Paperback, 332 pages
Publisher: Other Press
On Sale: June 17, 1999
Price: $20.00

"The Mermaid and the Minotaur is the most important work of feminist psychoanalytic exploration thus far. Its re-publication is a celebratory occasion, similar to the kind of intellectual exhilaration that greeted its original publication. It is no longer possible to address the questions of the relationship of women and men, of... Read more >

The Mermaid and The Minotaur

Written by Dorothy Dinnerstein
Afterword by Adrienne Harris
Introduction by Vivian Gornick and Ann Snitow

Format: eBook, 336 pages
Publisher: Other Press Professional
On Sale: December 14, 2010
Price: $13.99

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