Alicia S. Ostriker

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Alicia S. Ostriker

Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice

For her contribution to Religious Coalition for Reproductive Rights, Alicia S. Ostriker is listed in the "Thank You for Your Support" page at the end of RCRC's 2009 Annual Report. She is listed under the Beacon section, as Ms. Alicia S. Ostriker. [1] Ostriker is also listed in the "Supporters" page of the 2010 Annual Report, under the Candle Lighters section. [2]

Rutgers University

Alicia S. Ostriker first became a professor of English at Rutgers University in 1965 and retired in 2004, with the current status of Emeritus. She specializes in poetry, feminism, religion, eighteenth-century and romantic poetry. She was active in Women's Studies and the Center for the Study of Jewish Life. Her works include Dancing at the Devil's Party: Essays on Poetry, Politics, and the Erotic (2000); The Nakedness of the Fathers: Biblical Visions and Revisions (1997); and Stealing the Language: the Emergence of Women's Poetry in America (1987), which are novels. Her poetry collections include The Book of Seventy (2009), The Volcano Sequence (2002); Green Age (1989); The Little Space, Poems Selected and New,(1998); The Crack in Everything(1996); The Imaginary Lover and The Mother/Child Papers (1986). [3]


  1. Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice: Faith in Advocacy, Advocate for Reproductive Choice, 2009 Annual Report (accessed on August 18, 2012)
  2. Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice: We Strive for a World Of... 2010 Annual Report(accessed on August 18, 2012)
  3. Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences: Emeritus Profile-Alicia S. Ostriker, Professor Emerita of English(accessed on August 23, 2012)