This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Maylun Buck-Lew, a professional in the field of information technology and a Brown University graduate of 1973, ScM, and 1977, PhD in the field of applied math/ computer science. Materials include personal and professional correspondence, clippings, journals, published and unpublished writings, photographs, and textiles. These materials relate to Buck-Lew's parents' lives in China and in the United States as well as her childhood, education, and career as an Asian-American woman. Materials date from 1937 - 2021.
This collection contains the organizational records of COYOTE Rhode Island, a group of sex workers, former sex workers, trafficking victims, and allies, who advocate for policies that promote the health and safety of people involved in the sex industry. Materials include administrative records; special project files such as the COYOTE-RI Impact Survey and Sex Workers Outreach Project pen pal letters; subject files regarding other advocacy organizations; public records of court cases, arrests, and legislation relating to prostitution; and informational zines and booklets. The collections dates from 1990 to 2021.
This collection consists of the professional papers of Sharon Marcus, Orlando Harriman Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University and scholar of nineteenth-century British and French culture. The collection includes syllabi, course evaluations, and annotated readings and handwritten and typed notes used to research her books, Between Women and Apartment Stories, and her article, "Comparative Sapphism." Materials date from 1989 to 2016.
This collection contains the personal papers of Miriam "Mimi" Dale Pichey, Brown University graduate of the class of 1971. Materials include correspondence, clippings, posters, bulletins, and artwork by Mimi, all related to her participation in the Women's Liberation Movement and advocacy for abortion rights on campus, locally, and nationally. This collection dates from 1964 – 2006 with the bulk of materials dating from 1968 – 1972.
This collection consists of correspondence sent to and from Margaret (Ellickson) Senturia, class of 1961, during her time at Pembroke College in Brown University and shortly after. Correspondents include Pembroke classmates and a boyfriend. Topics include travel, affording tuition, Pembroke courses, employment and family life. This collection also includes a personal reflection of her time on campus. Materials date from 1957 to 1969.