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Coffeehouse program on the topic of witches featuring several performers and speakers, held at the Sister Space Collective at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne on October 28, 1977. Gloria Kaufman begins speaking at 49:30 on the first side of the tape. Calling herself an "ersatz witch," she says she was asked to attend the coffeehouse program in order to help with "putting out a grand spell because [anti-gay rights activist] Anita Bryant was in town." The program begins with updates on a strike at Essex Wiring Company in Elwood, Indiana; an upcoming coffeehouse program at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Elkhart, Indiana; and a demonstration in support of human rights and gay rights in response to a visit by Anita Bryant to the Embassy Theatre in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Kaufman gives a lecture entitled "Patriarchy, a Macrohistorical View" over two sessions of the course B250 Interdisciplinary Analysis of Women's Role on January 21 and 28, 1993, at Indiana University South Bend.
Gloria Kaufman lectures on goddess worship. Date and location unknown. Kaufman's lecture begins two minutes into first side, following a fragment of a lecture by Madeline Pabis on the fear of lesbianism.