The Karen Brodkin Papers consist of writings, photographs, audio and visual materials, correspondence, and ephemera from 1960-2010. The materials in the collection relate to her research and work in the field of Anthropology.
This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Ellen Chesler, scholar and women's rights advocate who is respected for the work she does with gender and public policy in areas of government, philanthropy, and think tanks. She is also well known for her landmark text, Woman of Valor: Margaret Sanger and the Birth Control Movement in America. Materials date from 1965 to 2019 and include clippings, correspondence, handwritten notes, research materials, speeches, and drafts related to both Chesler's professional work and volunteerism.
This collection contains the professional papers of Florence Howe, American author, publisher, literary scholar, and founder of the Feminist Press. Materials include correspondence, meeting and research materials from the Modern Language Association's Commission on the Status of Women in the Profession 1968-1973 research materials for Howe's publications on women in higher education, and photographs. Materials date from 1968 to 2003.
This collection consists of the professional papers of Alison M. Jaggar, scholar of contemporary social, moral, and political philosophy, and a founder of the Society for Women in Philosophy and the Association for Feminist Ethics and Social Theory. This collection includes Jaggar's graduate papers, conference materials, syllabi and lecture notes, typed and handwritten drafts of articles and talks, and research clippings, readings, and handwritten notes, all dating from 1962 to 2012.
Caren Kaplan is Professor of American Studies and affiliated faculty in Cultural Studies and Science and Technology Studies at University of California, Davis. She has been a leading scholar of Transnational feminism, Postcolonial theory, and Militarization Studies. This collection includes correspondence related to Kaplan's academics, professional career, writings, and talks; papers from her undergraduate and graduate education; conference materials; syllabi and lecture notes; and draft writings. Materials date from 1968 – 2022.
This collection consists of the professional papers of Catherine Lutz, the Thomas J. Watson, Jr. Family Professor of International Studies and Professor of Anthropology at Brown University. Materials date from 1973-2016 and include correspondence, conference materials, handwritten notes, clippings, and drafts documenting Lutz's research in military, war and society; automobility and inequality; and United States twentieth century history and ethnography.
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 consists of the personal and professional papers of Felicity Nussbaum, Distinguished Research Professor of English at the University of California, Los Angeles. Nussbaum's research focuses on British literature (1660-1800), postcolonial and Anglophone studies, and gender studies. Materials in this collection include grant materials, tenure materials, correspondence, course syllabi, and draft writings, which date from 1969 to 2020.
This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Keisha-Khan Y. Perry, scholar of race, gender, and politics in the Americas with a particular focus on Black women's activism, urban geography and questions of citizenship, feminist theories, intellectual history and disciplinary formations. Materials include notebooks, correspondence, conference materials, draft writings, and print material, dating from 1981 to 2021.
This collection consists of the personal and professional papers of Elaine Showalter, professor of English, emeritus, at Princeton University, scholar and critic of nineteenth century American and British literature, and teacher and founder of gynocriticism – "a female framework for the analysis of women's literature." Materials include correspondence, newspaper and magazine articles by Showalter, and research clippings and handwritten notes, all related to such topics as television criticism, feminism, and women's liberation. This collection dates from 1967 to 2017.