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I believe having published works that appear on amazon.com, and that are in at least half the universities in the United States, not to mention in innumerable ones overseas, is justification for a short list of works and biography.
Sorry the bio took me the second half of the day to complete.
You can see here that THE top university library in the entire country lists her works:
Above is listing of universities with Janet Biehl's works including Notre Dame, Florida State University, New York University. There is much interest in her works within the academic community, therefore.