This collection contains drafts of several writing publications written by Sister Eugena Poulin on her family history and the history of women in New France, as well as collected biographical information, materials from attended events, and press.
This collection consists of the personal papers of Anna C. Renzi, Pembroke College alumna from the class of 1947. Renzi was the first woman to receive a Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Civil Engineering from Brown University. She went on to become chief of the District Highways and Traffic Department’s programming division in Washington, DC. Papers document Renzi’s time at Pembroke and her subsequent career. Materials include Junior Promenade, May Day, and commencement programs; photos of senior prom, senior sing, and parties hosted by Renzi’s coworkers; and clippings regarding Renzi’s graduation and career. The collection spans from 1945-1997.
Rhode Island Partnership for Research on Women and Gender
The Rhode Island Partnership for Research on Women and Gender was born out of the creative energy of a group of faculty, graduate students, alumni, and community members dedicated to the issues of gender. The Partnership was established in 1994-1995 as a campus-community collaborative of individuals from the public and private sectors, organizations, and institutions of higher education who were engaged in feminist research, scholarship, creative activities, instruction and service.
University of Rhode Island Library, Special Collections and University Archives
The collection consists of interviews with female clerical workers of the state of Rhode Island. The interviews were conducted as part of the University of Rhode Island Oral History Project and cover careers from the 1930s through the 1970s.
2 linear feet (2 records center boxes, 1 letter-sized document case)
1975-1999 (bulk 1987-1993)
The John C. Russell papers are a collection of the late playwright’s scripts, notebooks, journals, correspondence, photographs and personal documents, most of them produced during the six years before his death in 1994.
71.5 Linear feet (71 record center boxes, 1 document box)
The Naomi Schor papers span the years from 1950-2002 and consist of personal and professional correspondence, literary manuscripts, research and teaching materials, and materials from her professional activities. The collection documents Schor's career as one of the foremost scholars of French literature and critical theory and a pioneer feminist theorist of her generation.
This collection consists of the papers of Christina Sharpe, Professor of English at York University and notable Black feminist theorist. The collection documents Sharpe's professional life and research in racism, slavery, and feminism, consisting of correspondence, conference material, draft writings, writings by other authors, subject files, and print material, dating from 1989 to the present. The collection is arranged into 8 series.
Papers of Barbara Herrnstein Smith, feminist literary critic, theorist and Braxton Craven Professor Emerita of Comparative Literature and English at Duke University. The collection includes correspondence, biographical materials, administrative and career development materials, course materials and drafts.
This collection consists of the records of the Society for Women in Philosophy, an organization established in 1972 to support and promote women in philosophy. The collection includes newsletters, correspondence, and conference materials, dating from 1971 to 2013 and documents the organization on international, national, and regional levels.
This collection consists of the personal papers of Beverly Moss Spatt, Pembroke College alumna from the class of 1955. Papers document Spatt’s work as a city planner in New York City and her involvement as a Pembroke alumna. Materials include books, reports, and essays by Spatt on city planning, as well as a book of sonnets from 1944 and the class of 1945’s 50th anniversary yearbook. The collection spans from 1944-2015.