The Visiting Committee on Diversity files contain reports on the committee's findings at Brown, demographic statistics of Brown, and correspondence. The files date from 1983 to 2000, with the bulk of the material dating from 1997 to 2000.
The collection contains both the final reports and working documents of two Brown University Corporation committees looking into the retirement and insurance provided to Brown University faculty and staff. The material dates from 1956-1965
Common Front for Latin America (COFFLA) and Coalition Against Repression in Brazil (CARIB) records
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Reports, mailings, correspondence, leaflets, newsletters, organizing packets, minutes, agendas, financial documents, flyers and press releases related to the organizing activities of two affiliated, leftist anti-imperialist groups that operated between 1971-1975: Common Front for Latin America (COFFLA) and Committee against Repression in Brazil (CARIB). Collection also contains publications and correspondence related to the Bertrand Russell Tribunal on Repression in Brazil, Chile and Latin America.
This collection contains author files, correspondence, edited setting copies, first author's corrected galleys, publisher's corrected galleys, various sets of corrected editorial galleys and proofs, second proofs, final mock-ups, many original typescripts and some xeroxes either with original holograph corrections by the author, editor, and/or printer, bluelines and camera-ready materials. The material dates from 1970 to 2008, with the bulk from 1990 to 2007.
Includes:  Annual reports, Membership Lists, Reports on Rhode Island Legislation and Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings and Material on the Consumer's League of Rhode Island, 1901-1951.  Minutes of the Board of Directors' meeting, February 1908- October 1951.  Report of the executive secretary, October 4, 1940- May 1951.  Treasurer's reprot, 1911-1948.
The photographic collection encompasses the years of 1958 until 1973 and documents Rhode Island artist Gino Conti's travels in the American southwest and northern Mexico, primarily on American Indian reservations. It consists of over 3,700 photographic prints, negatives and slides, a disbound photo album and calendar pages used to record the locations of his travels. The collection also includes a box of postcards, a letter, newspaper clippings, art exhibition flyers, images of religious art and architecture, a reference book on the Tarahumana signed by Conti and a related ethnographic collection.
This collection contains the professional papers of Miriam Cooke, scholar of Islamic feminism and gender and war in modern Arabic literature, and Braxton Craven Professor of Arab Cultures at Duke University. Materials include correspondence, conference materials, teaching materials, and draft writings dating from 1966 to 2017.