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Background Information

Employment History

Narrative Magazine


Protestant Campus Minister

Suffolk University


Affiliations

Bodies

Founder


OBOS

Co-Founder


The Boston Women's Health Book Collective

Co-Founder


Cambridge

Member of Friends Meeting


Education

Master of Fine Arts

writing

Vermont College


degree

applied theology

Harvard Divinity School


Web References(34 Total References)


Wendy Sanford - Our Bodies Ourselves

Home > History > OBOS Founders > Wendy Sanford
Wendy Sanford Wendy Sanford is a founding member of Our Bodies Ourselves. She has co-authored and edited the many versions of "Our Bodies, Ourselves" over a period of 40 years (including 2011 edition), focusing especially on women's sexuality, body image, and women loving women. She also edited and co-authored "Ourselves and Our Children" (1978) and contributed to "Changing Bodies, Changing Lives: A Book for Teens and Young Adults on Sexuality and Relationships" (1998). After receiving a degree in applied theology from Harvard Divinity School, she served as Protestant Campus Minister at Suffolk University in Boston from 1984 to 1992. In 2003, she earned a Master of Fine Arts in writing from Vermont College, and is at work on a memoir. An essay called "Pecans" won honorable mention for the Gulf Coast 2004 Nonfiction Prize, and an essay called "Bodies" was published in the Fall 2008 edition of Narrative Magazine, an online journal. Wendy is a member of Friends Meeting at Cambridge (Quakers), and grandmother to three girls. Wendy Sanford


http://www.ourbodiesourselves.org/history/obos-founders/wendy-sanford/

Home > History > OBOS Founders > Wendy Sanford
Wendy Sanford Wendy Sanford is a founding member of Our Bodies Ourselves. She has co-authored and edited the many versions of "Our Bodies, Ourselves" over a period of 40 years (including 2011 edition), focusing especially on women's sexuality, body image, and women loving women. She also edited and co-authored "Ourselves and Our Children" (1978) and contributed to "Changing Bodies, Changing Lives: A Book for Teens and Young Adults on Sexuality and Relationships" (1998). After receiving a degree in applied theology from Harvard Divinity School, she served as Protestant Campus Minister at Suffolk University in Boston from 1984 to 1992. In 2003, she earned a Master of Fine Arts in writing from Vermont College, and is at work on a memoir. An essay called "Pecans" won honorable mention for the Gulf Coast 2004 Nonfiction Prize, and an essay called "Bodies" was published in the Fall 2008 edition of Narrative Magazine, an online journal. Wendy is a member of Friends Meeting at Cambridge (Quakers), and grandmother to three girls. Wendy Sanford


OBOS Founders - Our Bodies Ourselves

Back row (L-R): Wendy Sanford, Paula Doress-Worters, Joan Ditzion, Judy Norsigian, Jane Pincus, Norma Swenson, Nancy Miriam Hawley; seated in front row: Pamela Berger, Ruth Bell Alexander, Vilunya Diskin, Esther Rome. / Photo: Phyllis Ewen
Wendy Sanford | bio Wendy Sanford


Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity - Our Bodies Ourselves

How OBOS Inspired "Trans Bodies, Trans Selves" by OBOS November 10, 2015 OBOS Founder Wendy Sanford shares what it's like to be part of the line of activists whose work over the decades helped lead to "Trans Bodies, Trans Selves," along with the afterword she wrote for the book.


Impact and Influence of "Our Bodies, Ourselves" - Our Bodies Ourselves

by Judy Norsigian, Vilunya Diskin, Paula Doress-Worters, Jane Pincus, Wendy Sanford, and Norma Swenson
by Joan Ditzion, Paula Doress-Worters, Nancy Miriam Hawley and Wendy Sanford In March 2014, four of the co-founders of Our Bodies Ourselves - Joan Ditzion, Paula Doress-Worters , Nancy Miriam Hawley and Wendy Sanford - presented a panel on the history of the organization and the book at a conference on the history of the Women's Liberation movement. by Wendy Sanford, on behalf of the founders of Our Bodies, Ourselves In the afterword of the book, OBOS co-founder Wendy Sanford discusses the commonalities between the resources.


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