This collection consists of the professional papers and research materials of Judith R. Walkowitz, scholar of British and women’s history and Professor Emerita of Modern European Cultural and Social History at John Hopkins University. The collection documents Walkowitz’s writing and research interests of British nineteenth-century political culture and the cultural and social contests over sexuality.
Letter from Booker T. Washington (Tuskegee Institute, AL) to John C. Minkins (Providence, RI) dated November 2, 1907. Washington discusses Minkins distinction as "the only colored man in the country holding the managing editorship of a white daily."
The Elizabeth Weed papers were donated to the Pembroke Archives by Elizabeth Weed, a professor at Brown University and Director of the Pembroke Center from 2000-2010. The papers include essays, lectures, and articles from various professors and visiting academics, as well as student files and correspondence.
This collection consists of the papers of Faith Wilding, feminist artist, scholar, and contributor to the 1972 landmark exhibition, Womanhouse. The collection documents Wilding's feminist theory scholarship, teaching, writing, and thoughts on feminism and art. Materials include notes, conference material, feminist print material, writings, and audiovisual material, dating form 1969-2019.
Papers of film studies scholar Linda Williams, including correspondence, research, teaching, and conference material related to the study of pornography, other "body genres," feminist theory, and race in film, among other topics
The Women in Rhode Island Oral History Collection, 1983-2006, contains administrative files and audio taped interviews with Rhode Island women and pertaining to issues affecting women in Rhode Island. Topics discussed include the Women's Movement, abortion advocacy and the Catholic Church, and women in the Hmong community in Rhode Island.