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Finding aid of the Sarah Stifler Papers
Coll2008-071  
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Description
Journal articles, newspaper clippings, dissertations, bibliographies, correspondence, flyers, slides and photographs collected by art scholar Sarah Stifler who researched the materials for her doctoral dissertation, Slippery When Wet: Visibility Politics and Lesbian Art in Los Angeles from 1970 to the Present (2002). The bulk of the materials are photocopies, and the content documents significant people and organizations in the development of lesbian and feminist art, including the Los Angeles Woman's Building, the Feminist Art Program at the California Institute of the Arts, the Feminist Studio Workshop and the Great American Lesbian Art Show.
Background
Sarah Stifler is a scholar of art history with particular interests in contemporary art, gender and sexuality. In 1994, she received her Bachelor's degree in Art History at the University of Colorado at Boulder, and in 2000, she received her Master's degree in Art History at the University of Southern California (USC.) From 1997 to 2002, she pursued a Doctorate degree at USC, where she concentrated on lesbian and feminist art in Los Angeles from the 1970s to 2000.
Extent
7 archive cartons. 2.8 linear feet.
Restrictions
Researchers wishing to publish materials must obtain permission in writing from ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives as the physical owner. Researchers must also obtain clearance from the holder(s) of any copyrights in the materials. Note that ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives can grant copyright clearance only for those materials for which we hold the copyright. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain copyright clearance for all other materials directly from the copyright holder(s).
Availability
The collection is open to researchers. There are no access restrictions.