Collection consists of records regarding the administrative affairs of the Institute and its programs such as conferences,
classes, lectures (especially the Jing Lyman Lecture Series), and publications. Correspondence files of the Directors of the
Institute include those of Iris F. Litt, M.D., Barbara Gelpi, Laura Carstensen, and Ineko Tsuchida. Also included are over
800 audiocassettes of seminars, talks, conferences, and lectures, 1973-2004.
The Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University supports research on women's changing economic
and social roles and organizes educational programs that make such work accessible to the public. It was originally founded
in 1974 as the Center for Research on Women and later known as the Institute for Research on Women and Gender.
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The materials are open for research use.