This collection consists of the papers of Jane Flax, feminist and political theorist, scholar of psychoanalysis, and formerly Professor of Political Science at Howard University. The collection is comprised of correspondence, course material, research, writing, and other papers dating from 1990-2015.
This collection consists of the personal and professional papers of Dorothy Ko, scholar of gender and body in early modern China and professor of history and women's studies at Barnard College. The collection includes personal correspondence and photographs, but primarily documents Ko's academic career through correspondence, conference materials, syllabi, and handwritten notes. The collection spans from 1978 to 2018.
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 papers of Denise Riley, poet, essayist, and feminist theorist. The collection is comprised of research notebooks, loose notes, writings, and other material, which documents Riley's poetry and thinking on feminist and political theory. The Denise Riley papers date from 1970-1992.
This collection consists of the papers of Suzanne Stewart-Steinberg, Professor of Italian Studies and Comparative Literature at Brown University and Director of the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women. The collection documents Stewart-Steinberg's professional life, research in poststructuralist Marxism, politics and culture in post-unification Italy, psychoanalytic theory, as well as correspondence, conference material, research journals, and a significant number of her writings. The collection is arranged into 7 series.
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.