The department of psychology and the coordinator of women’s studies held a conference on “Women and Work” in Josselyn living room.  The speakers included Constantina Safilios-Rothschild, professor of sociology and director of the Family Research Center at Wayne State University and Assistant Professor of Sociology Myra Marx from the University of Connecticut.   Safilios-Rothschild’s Toward a Sociology of Women appeared in 1972, and her Women and Social Policy was published by Prentice-Hall in 1974.  Marx’s article “Working-Class Jobs: Paid Work and Housework as Sources of Satisfaction,” appeared in the journal Social Problems in 1976, and “Working Class Feminism: A Consideration of the Consequences of Employment,” was published in The Sociological Quarterly in 1980.