Numerous presentation for Music Library Association Film Music Roundtable at national conferences since 1991 on film music preservation issues.

Moderator, six televised panel discussions live from CineMusicFestival, Gstaad, Switzerland, March 1996.

October, 1993, and October, 1994, Guest Speaker at Flanders International Film Festival in Ghent, conference on film music preservation (full text is published in The Cue Sheet, Vol. 11 No. 1, January 1995.)

November, 1993, guest speaker at Biarritz Film Music Conference, France.

August 9, 1993, Keynote Address at musicAlaskawomen festival, University of Alaska Fairbanks, entitled "The Passionate Pursuits of Musical Women: Feminism, Unity and Advocacy." Published in The Journal of the International League of Women Composers, Fall 1993.

October 30, 1987, "Concert Halls in Nineteenth-Century Los Angeles," Huntington Library, conference on Los Angeles Musical Heritage.

Keynote speaker for National Federation of Music Clubs National Board Meeting, on the Queen Mary Hotel, Long Beach, August 15, 1987.

May, 1987, "Women in Music in the University Curriculum," California State University, San Luis Obispo, conference on women's studies.

April, 1987, "Mainstreaming Women in Music in the University Curriculum," CSU Women's Council Conference, at CSU Sacramento.

Keynote speaker for the Dominant Club of Los Angeles Banquet, May 1987.

April 1987, "California Mission Music," at Northern and Southern California Chapters of the American Musicological Society, University of Nevada at Las Vegas.

November 1986, "Debunking the Myths of California Mission Music," at Southern California Chapter Music Library Association meeting held at Hollywood Bowl Museum.

September 21, 1985, "Four Saints in Three Acts: A Milestone for Black Performers," at symposium entitled, "Dr. Eva Jessye's America: The Legacy of Porgy and Bess," California State University, Long Beach.

May 18, 1985, "Researching the Women in Music in California," at Joint Meeting of the Northern and Southern California Chapters of the Music Library Association, at Glendale Public Library. Scheduled for publication by MLA-SCC in volume of conference proceedings, Fall 1988.

March 1985, keynote address, "The Women-in-Music Movement, Then and Now," at Opus 3 Conference on Women in Music, University of Kansas at Lawrence. Published in the Newsletter of the International League of Women Composers, Summer 1985 issue.

California State University, Northridge, speaker for Women's History Month, 1985, 1986, 1987; Ideas Over Lunch, 1986; various conferences on women in music at CSUN since 1983.

Bay Area Congresses on Women in Music, San Francisco State University, 1985, 1986.

Sigma Alpha Iota Providence Day speaker 1984, 1985, 1986; speaker at National Convention in Washington, D.C., 1981.

April 16, 1983, "Effective Use of Mass Media: What Every Composer Should Know," California State University, Northridge, Department of Music.

Special guest lecturer (sponsored by music departments and Women's Studies Programs) at more than 70 colleges and universities in the United States and Europe since 1976 on the subject of women in music, with slides and musical examples.

Numerous presentations at United Nations Decade on Women Conference in 1980 held in Copenhagen, Non-Governmental Agency Forum, on women in music and the arts. Head delegate, organizer of contingent of American women musicians.


Currently in preparation: book Silent No More, The Women-in-Music Movement, accepted by Scarecrow Press for publication; also biography of African-American composer Zenobia Powell Perry, to be completed in 2000.

Contributing editor (since 1990) for the International League of Women Composers Journal, now The IAWM Journal.

"A Conversation With Pianist Althea Waites: Sexism, Racism, and Music," International League of Women Composers Journal, October 1994, pp. 8-14.

"Music for the Movies: Bernard Herrmann; An Interview with Director Joshua Waletzky and Composer David Raksin." The Cue Sheet 10/1-2 (1993-94), pp. 7-24.

"The Status of Women in Music: Report from Chicago," in The ILWC Journal, March 1992, pp. 16-17. Report on women-in-music session at College Music Society national conference.

"Mildred Portney Chase (1921-1991): A Personal Recollection," in The ILWC Journal, March 1992, p. 13.

"Researching Women in Music in California," in CALIFORNIA'S MUSICAL WEALTH: SOURCES FOR THE STUDY OF MUSIC IN CALIFORNIA, compiled and edited by Stephen M. Fry, published by the Southern California Chapter of the Music Library Association, 1988.

HANDBOOK FOR TEACHING WOMEN IN MUSIC. Northridge, Ca.: published and distributed by the CSUN International Institute for the Study of Women in Music, 1986.

RANTS, a collection of text-sound poetry. 1982, Los Angeles, California. (8 selections have been set for SATB choir by San Francisco composer, Herb Bielawa and are published by his publishing company.)

"Twentieth Century String Quartets by Women Composers," WORKING PAPERS ON WOMEN IN MUSIC, Issue No. 1, June 1985.

"The Amy Beach Collection." PAID MY DUES (Chicago). 111/2:41.

1981 WOMEN COMPOSERS' CALENDAR. Springfield, Ohio, 1980.


"In Support of Women Composers," PAN PIPES OF SIGMA ALPHA IOTA, Spring 1982.

"Up From the Footnotes: America's Women Composers," MUSIC EDUCATORS JOURNAL (January 1979) 65/5: 28-41, including discography and photographs.

"Ruth Crawford Seeger: An Introduction to Her Life and Works." PAID MY DUES (Chicago), Fall, 1978.

"The Legacy of Sophie Drinker," PAID MY DUES, Winter, 1979.

"All-Women Orchestras," PAID MY DUES, Spring, 1978.

"A Critical Approach to the History of Women in Music," HERESIES Issue No. 10, Fall, 1980, p. 2-5.

"Etudes for Women: Making Music Our Own," PAID MY DUES, Summer 1980.

"Music to Our Ears," Women Artists News, September-October, 1980, p. 15.
Report on the participation of women at the U.N. Decade on Women's Conference in Copehagen, July 1980.