Guide to the San José State University Women's Studies Program Records

SJSU Library Special Collections and Archives
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San José State University
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Trustees of the California State University. All rights reserved.

Guide to the San José State University Women's Studies Program Records

Collection number: MSS-2005-08



SJSU Special Collections & Archives
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library

San José State University

One Washington Square

San José, CA 95192-0028

Phone: (408) 808-2062

Fax: (408) 808-2063

Email: special.collections@sjsu.edu

URL: http://library.sjsu.edu/sjsu-special-collections/sjsu-special-collections-and-archives


Finding aid funded by the generous support of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).

Processed by:
Processed by Karla Aleman. Reviewed by Danelle Moon.
Date Completed:
2006
Encoded by:
Karla Aleman
© 2006 Trustees of the California State University. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: San José State University Women's Studies Program records
Dates: 1963-2003
Bulk Dates: 1972-1991
Collection number: MSS-2005-08
Creator: San José State University Women's Studies Program
Collection Size: 10 record cartons and 2 boxes (13.55 linear feet)
Repository: San José State University. Library.
San José, California 95192-0028
Abstract: San José State University's Women's Studies Program was one of the earliest women's studies programs in the United States. The Women's Studies Program Records document the emergence and development of the Women's Studies Program from 1963 to 2003. The bulk of these records highlight the program's internal administration and its efforts in community outreach.
Physical location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English

Access Restrictions

One section of personnel files represented in folders 189-220 is restricted. Written permission is required to access these materials and is subject to approval by the Director of Special Collections.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the San José State University Library Special Collections & Archives. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Director of Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Special Collections and Archives as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader. Copyright restrictions also apply to digital reproductions of the original materials. Use of digital files is restricted to research and educational purposes.

Preferred Citation

San José State University Women's Studies Program Records, San José State University Library, Special Collections & Archives.

Acquisition Information

University Transfer, 2005.

Processing History

Processing completed by Karla Aleman, 2006. Reviewed by Danelle Moon, 2006. EAD encoding by Karla Aleman, 2006.

Administrative History

In 1972 Academic Vice President Hobert Burns officially established the Women's Studies Program (WSP) at San José State University. An ad hoc committee was formed and included Dr. Fauneil (Fanny) Rinn of the Political Science Department, Dr. Billie Jensen of the History Department, and Dr. Sybil Weir of the English Department. With the rise of campus protests against traditional academic curriculum and the earlier success of the African American Studies Program, the SJSU Administration readily supported the formation of the WSP. The combined efforts of the Administration, faculty, and students launched one of the first women's studies programs in the U.S.
Under the administrative authority of the Dean of Undergraduate Studies, the WSP became a multi-disciplinary program, offering a minor in Women's Studies, a Social Science M.A. with an emphasis in Women's Studies, and a Social Science B.A. with an emphasis in Women's Studies. As course enrollment continued to grow, the WSP obtained a Teaching Service Area, which led to the appointment of tenure-track professor, Dr. Carol Christ.
Like other women studies programs, the SJSU program worked to solidify its place as an academic discipline. When the National Women's Studies Association first formed in San Francisco in 1977, the WSP organized the professional association's founding convention, which drew close to two thousand participants. The WSP went on to organize and convene other conferences on women's studies, including the 1982 "Higher Education for Women in the 1980s Conference." This conference brought together educators from the northern CSU campuses to discuss furthering women's studies education. At the same time, the WSP produced a significant body of interdisciplinary scholarship, from monographs, newsletters, conference papers, scholarly journal articles, newspaper articles, textbooks, and children's books.
During the 1980s, the WSP, like many other university programs, felt pressure from increasing financial cutbacks and reduced faculty allocations, while still attempting to sustain its curricular responsibilities. At this time, the WSP courses included several general education classes and had high enrollment rates. In 1981 they proposed the establishment of a B.A and, in 1987, an M.A. in women's studies, but without success. In 1987, the WSP, along with African American Studies, Mexican American Studies, Asian American Studies, and Sociology, were combined together into a working consortium under the administration of the College of Social Science. Contention soon followed because the new formation did not allow the individual programs representation in the Academic Senate, and especially on that body's Curriculum Committee. After a series of administrative realignments, the WSP became a part of the Social Science Department under the College of Social Sciences; though African American Studies, Mexican American Studies and Sociology formed separate departments.
The Women's Studies Program continues to offer a multidisciplinary curriculum balancing the traditional academic and male-centered perspective with new research and study in the field of women's experience.

Scope and Content

San José State University's Women's Studies Program Records document the formation of the Women's Studies Program from 1963 to 2003 (bulk 1972-1991). The collection consists of administrative records, correspondence, reports, financial records, personnel files, course curriculum, programs and outreach literature, student and faculty research, surveys and other related program material.

Arrangement

The collection is organized into four series: Series I. Administrative Records; Series II. Enrollment & Course Records; Series III. Programs, Outreach & Publicity; and Series IV. Miscellaneous Records.

Subject Headings

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
San José State University -- Curricula
Women's Studies -- California -- San José


Collection Contents

 

Series I:  Administrative Records 1970-1997

Physical Description: 5 record cartons

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series documents the administrative history and organization of the Women's Studies Program, highlighting the formation and development of the program. The collection includes files on university and department committees, correspondence, administrative manuals and policy guides, annual reports and program evaluations, financial records, personnel files, and files on the program's history. The development of women's studies as an academic discipline is an important part of the administrative history of the university, but is also an important part of the history of modern feminism. Despite the political and social backlash to feminism and feminist theory, women's studies scholarship continues to thrive and programs across the U.S. provide important access to a truly multi-disciplinary program focused on the experiences of women across time. What was once considered controversial is now part of the mainstream curriculum. Researchers interested in the historical development of women's studies as an academic discipline, and specifically those interested in documenting the program at SJSU, will find this collection very useful.

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by format and subject, and is delineated by date.

Access Note

Personnel Files (folders 189-220) contain individual confidential information and are therefore restricted. Written permission is required to access this material, and is subject to the approval of the Director of Special Collections & Archives.
Box 1

Committees - University

Folder 1-2

Academic Senate 1983-1991

Folder 3

Bicentennial Committee 1974

Folder 4-6

Curriculum Committee 1973-1983

Folder 7

Enrollment Patterns Committee 1979

Folder 8

Evaluation Committee 1972-1978

Folder 9

Graduate Studies Committee 1980-1986

Folder 10

Improvement of Instruction Committee circa 1978

Folder 11-16

Social Science Chairperson and Policy Committee 1973-1991

Folder 17

Social Science Committee 1988-1990

Folder 18

Social Science Sub-Committee 1990

Folder 19

Special Review Committee circa 1989

 

Committees- Women's Studies Program

Folder 20-21

Ad Hoc Committee 1971-1973 1981-1982

Folder 22

Community Outreach Committee 1975

Folder 23-24

Curriculum Committee 1974/1980

Folder 25

Lectures/Events Committee 1979

Folder 26-27

Miscellaneous Committees 1978-1979

Folder 28-29

Outreach Committee 1975-1976

Folder 30-31

Personnel Committee 1977-1981

Folder 32

Relations with the Community Committee 1978-1979

Folder 33

Research & Resources Committee 1978-1982

Folder 34

Slide Committee 1978-1979

Folder 35

Women's Professional Concerns Committee 1972-1973

Folder 36-37

Women's Studies Board 1978-1987

Folder 38-40

Women's Studies Committee 1971-1974

Folder 41

Women's Week Committee 1975

 

Correspondence and Memoranda- University

Folder 42

Accreditation 1979

Folder 43

Administration Information 1972-1973

Folder 44-45

Affirmative Action 1974-1986

Folder 46

Computer Services 1978-1980

Folder 47

Disability Regulations 1978

Folder 48

Faculty Employment circa 1977

Folder 49-53

General 1977-1987

Box 2

Correspondence and Memoranda- University

Folder 54-61

General 1983-1991

Folder 62-63

General Education Program 1978-1991

Folder 64

Graduation Ceremony 1979-1983

Folder 65

Grievance Procedures 1977

Folder 66

Interim Disciplinary Actions 1976

Folder 67

Maintenance Forms 1983

Folder 68

Mentor Program & Minority Students 1988

Folder 69

Miscellaneous Forms 1987

Folder 70

Student Advising 1978-1986

Folder 71

Student Affirmative Action 1979

Folder 72-73

Student Evaluations circa 1973 1984

Folder 74

Traveling 1984-1986

Folder 75

Underenrolled Classes 1986

 

Correspondence and Memoranda- Women's Studies Program

Folder 76-77

Ellen Boneparth's Correspondence 1976-1978

Folder 78

Faculty Mailings 1972-1974

Folder 79-87

General 1972-1989

Folder 88

Grievances 1976-1977

Folder 89-92

Information Inquiries 1972-1984

Folder 93

Questionaire undated

Folder 94

SJSU Directory of Scholarship 1988

 

Department and University Manuals

Folder 95

Academic Advisors' Resource Book 1993

Folder 96-98

Administrative Handbook 1996-1997

 

Department and University Manuals- Policy Guides

Folder 99

Chairperson Selection Policy 1974

Folder 100

Protection of Human Subjects 1980

Box 3

Department and University Reports- Annual Reports

Folder 101-102

Miscellaneous 1980-1985

Folder 103

Social Science Program 1986-1988

Folder 104-109

Women's Studies Program 1974-1987

 

Department and University Reports- Program Evaluations

Folder 110

Re-Entry Advisory Program 1975-1977

Folder 111-119

School of Social Science 1977-1989

 

Financial Records

Folder 120-126

Account Records 1978-1988

Folder 127-131

Allocations 1973-1984

Folder 132-135

Budget Files 1973-1991

Box 4

Financial Records

Folder 136-138

Expenses 1970-1989

Folder 139-140

Foundation Account 1976-1988

Folder 141-150

Funding & Grants 1971-1988

Folder 151-152

Funding Requests 1973-1974

 

Personnel Files- Administrative & Staff Files

Folder 153

Appointment Information 1985-1987

Folder 154

Appointment Procedures- Faculty 1984-1985

Folder 155-156

Assigned Time Reporting 1978-1991

Folder 157

Campus Phone Directory 1981

Folder 158

CFA and CSU Agreement 1987-1991

Folder 159

Confidential Information Policies 1976-1978

Folder 160

Faculty Accomplishments 1986-1987

Folder 161

Faculty Club 1976

Folder 162

Faculty Facts 1979 1985-1988

Folder 163-168

General 1977-1991

Folder 169

Layoff Threat 1978-1983

Folder 170

New Appointments 1974-1980

Folder 171-172

New Position Requests 1979-1991

Folder 173-174

Position Annoucements 1977-1985

Folder 175-176

Post Tenure Review 1988-1990

Folder 177-181

Retention, Tenure & Promotion 1978-1990

Folder 182

Student/Faculty Ratio 1979-1981

Folder 183-184

Teaching Credentials 1984-1988

Folder 185-186

Teaching Service Areas (TSA) 1976-1980

Folder 187

TSA Senority List 1979-1980

Folder 188

Volunteers & Student Assistants 1978-1979

Box 5

Personnel Files- Faculty Member Files

Folder 189

Abe, Janet Yoko 1982

Folder 190

Baker, Katherine L. undated

Folder 191

Berch, Jerry A. undated

Folder 192

Betz, Kathleen Susan 1983

Folder 193

Boneparth, Ellen 1974-1975 1984

Folder 194-200

Boyd, Jane Smith 1978-1990

Folder 201

Brody, Celeste undated

Folder 202

Burkom, Selma 1974

Folder 203-208

Christ, Carol P. 1976-1986

Folder 209

Ferguson, Karen 1986/1987

Folder 210

Heisch, Allison 1984

Folder 211-212

Lundeberg, Alette 1976-1984

Folder 212a

Lynn, Therese Ballet (UCI Faculty) 1975-1977

Folder 213

Margolin, Cynthia 1979-1982

Folder 214

Popkin, Ann Hunter 1973-1985

Folder 215

Rigter, Alston H. 1980-1986

Folder 216-216a

Rosenhan, Mollie Schwartz 1970-1975

Folder 217

Schaffer, Diane 1983

Folder 218

Seltzer, Lenore 1973

Folder 219

Sharma, Vijay 1972-1973

Folder 220

Weaver, Ellen 1971-1973

 

Program Development

Folder 221-227

Program History 1972-1987

Folder 228-235

Program Planning & Status Reports 1974-1990

 

Series II:  Enrollment & Course Records 1970-1991

Physical Description: 1 record carton, 1 box

Series Scope and Content Summary

The bulk of this series documents the Women's Studies Program core curriculum. Researchers interested in documenting the development and multi-disciplinary focus of the WSP will find the course curriculum materials particularly useful. Arranged alphabetically by discipline these records document the subject range, which include courses in the humanities, social science, athletics, science and math, and directly relate to women's issues and experiences. In addition to the courses taught, the files also include course syllabi, course flyers, class handouts and readings, exams, course evaluations, and enrollment statistics.

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by format and subject, and is delineated by date. Between 1977 and 1985, some of the course numbers changed. The arrow symbol "-->" is used to identify the change in course number (i.e. a folder entitled Social Science 196J--> 131 indicates that the course number changed from 196J to 131).
Box 6

Course Curriculum

Folder 236-237

African American Studies 1970-1980

Folder 238-240

Anthropology 1972-1986

Folder 241

Art circa 1975

Folder 242

Asian American Studies 1972-1974

Folder 243

Biology 1972-1973

Folder 244-245

Business 1973-1982

Folder 246

Economics 1972-1976

Folder 247-248

Education circa 1973-1976

Folder 249

Engineering 1972-1974

Folder 250

English circa 1975

Folder 251

Environmental Studies undated

Folder 252

Ethnic Studies circa 1976

Folder 253-254

Gerontology circa 1979

Folder 255

Health Science 1972-1974

Folder 256-257

History 1970-1982

Folder 258

History 177 1970

Folder 259

Home Economics 1973

Folder 260

Humanities 1973-1974

Folder 261

Jewish Studies 1976-1977

Folder 262

Journalism 1972

Folder 263

Library Science 1972

Folder 264

Linguistics 1983

Folder 265

Mathematics 96 1977

Folder 266

Physical Education 1972-1974

Folder 267-268

Political Science 1971-1980

Folder 269

Political Science 137 1974-1977

Folder 270-271

Psychology 1972-1975

Folder 272-273

Religious Studies 1970-1977

Folder 274

Religious Studies 160 1983

Folder 275

Social Science circa 1973

Folder 276

Social Science 10 1976-1988

Folder 277-278

Social Science 101 1972-1973 1979-1988

Folder 279-280

Social Science 110 1977-1980

Folder 281-282

Social Science 120 1985-1986

Folder 283

Social Science 175 1978-1984

Folder 284

Social Science 180 1976-1978

Folder 285

Social Science 196AA 1983-1985

Folder 286

Social Science 196F 1976-1977

Folder 287

Social Science 196J--> 131 1977-1983

Folder 288

Social Science 196K 1977-1979

Folder 289

Social Science 196L 1979

Folder 290

Social Science 196M--> 112 1979-1980

Folder 291

Social Science 196N--> 120 after 1979

Folder 292

Social Science 196P--> 114 1980

Folder 293

Social Science 196P--> 120D 1980 1985

Folder 294

Social Science 196T 1982

Folder 295

Social Science 201 circa 1986

Folder 296

Social Science 296C 1979

Folder 297-298

Sociology 1972-1982

Folder 299

Speech-Communication 1972-1976

Folder 300

Speech-Communication 120 undated

 

Course Evaluations

Folder 301-303

1973-1985

 

Course schedules

Folder 304-311

1972-1990

 

Curriculum Planning

Folder 312

Curriculum Priority Statement 1978-1979

Folder 313-318

Degree Requirements circa 1975-1982

Folder 319-321

General 1972-1975

Folder 322-324

Proposed Courses 1972-1987

Box 7

Enrollment Statistics

Folder 325-336

1971-1991

 

Series 3:  Programs, Outreach & Publicity 1963-2003

Physical Description: 4 record cartons

Series Scope and Content Summary

The Women's Studies Program vigorously promoted the study of women in the core curriculum at SJSU, provided leadership to the other CSU campuses, maintained a national presence on issues related to women, and worked collaboratively with the National Women's Studies Association. This series documents the activities, programs, organizations, and scholarship of the faculty and students. Some of the formats represented include audio/visual and photographic materials, memorabilia, outside organization and program files, promotional material, and writings and bibliographic sources from students and faculty. They also collected program and newsletter information from other CSU campus programs and local and out-of-state universities, as well as from women's organizations such as the Association of Women in Science, the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians, and the Coalition of Labor Union Women. The WSP also participated on the Santa Clara Commission on the Status of Women, produced survey reports, tracked legislation, and followed the development of other commissions in the state and nationally.

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by format and subject, and is delineated by date.

Use Note

This collection includes an audio recording, in folder 337, that cannot be reformatted for modern equipment, and therefore the content is inaccessible.
Box 8

Audio/Visual Image Materials

Folder 337

1/4 Inch Audio Recording 1973

Folder 338

Photo Album- Five Year Birthday 1977

Folder 339-340

Photographs undated

Folder 341

Slides undated

 

General Mailing Lists

Folder 342-346

1976-1982

 

Job Announcements

Folder 347-353

1975-1985

 

Memorabilia

Folder 354

Ten Year Reunion Guestbook 1982

 

Miscellaneous Organizations & Programs

Folder 355-357

Bay Area Consortium on the Educational Needs of Women 1971-1979

Folder 358

California Homemakers Assoication circa 1975

Folder 359-360

California Women in Higher Education 1974-1979

Folder 361

Center for Women's Studies Services undated

Folder 362

Chicana Alliance undated

Folder 363

Child Care Organizations 1979 1986

Folder 364

Community Education Project 1977

Folder 365

Feminist Research Network circa 1979

Folder 366-373

General 1975-1983

Folder 374

International Institute of Womens's Studies 1972

Folder 375

Multiple Subjects Credential Programs 1974 1983-1989

Folder 376-377

National Women's Studies Association 1975-1981

Folder 378

Professional Women's Groups 1978-1980

Folder 379

Stanford Center for Research on Women 1974

Folder 380

United Nations 1974-1975

Folder 381

UC Berkeley's Women's Center 1973

Folder 382

Women's Alliance circa 1975

Folder 383

Women's Caucus for Art circa 1990

Folder 384

Women's Task Force 1977-1978

Folder 385

Young Men's Christian Association 1975-1976

 

Miscellaneous Organizations & Programs- Other Women's Studies Programs

Folder 386

California State University & Colleges 1972-1977

Folder 387

California State University (CSU), Chico 1972-1973

Folder 388

CSU Fresno 1972-1976

Folder 389

CSU Fullerton 1972

Folder 390

CSU Hayward 1976

Folder 391

CSU Long Beach 1972-1976

Folder 392

CSU Northridge undated

Folder 393

CSU Sacramento 1972-1975

Folder 394

CSU Sonoma 1971-1973

Folder 395

City College of San Francisco 1987-1988

Folder 396

College of Marin 1976

Folder 397-403

General 1971-1979

Box 9

Miscellaneous Organizations & Programs- Other Women's Studies Programs

Folder 404-414

General 1970-1986

Folder 415

Golden Gate University 1972-1974

Folder 416

Imperial Valley College 1973

Folder 417

Local Community Colleges 1972-1977

Folder 418

Mills College 1973-1976

Folder 419

Northwestern University 1973

Folder 420

Pennsylvania State University circa 1973

Folder 421

Peoples College of Laws 1975

Folder 422

Saint Cloud State College 1973

Folder 423

San Francisco State University 1972-1976

Folder 424

Sarah Lawrence College 1973

Folder 425

Stanford University 1972-1976

Folder 426

State University of New York at Buffalo 1972-1975

Folder 427

University of California (UC), Berkeley 1975-1976

Folder 428

UC Irvine 1973-1978

Folder 429

UC Los Angeles 1968-1975

Folder 430

UC Santa Barbara 1971 1978

Folder 431

University of Michigan 1973-1977

Folder 432

University of New Mexico 1972-1976

Folder 433

University of Pennsylvania 1973

Folder 434-435

University of Southern California undated

Folder 436

University of Utah 1973

Folder 437

University of Washington 1972-1977

Folder 438

Ventura College 1973

Folder 439

Western State university, College of Law undated

 

Newsletters- Other Programs/Organizations

Folder 440

Association for Women in Science 1976 1982

Folder 441

Center for Research on Women 1975

Folder 442

Coalition of Labor Union Women circa 1975

Folder 443

Population Institute 1976

Folder 444

SJSU Women's Center 1986

Folder 445

The Spokeswoman 1973-1975

Folder 446

Western Association of Women in Psychology 1975

Folder 447

Women's Advocate- Newsletter for the University of Minnesota's Women's Center 1974-1976

 

Newsletters- Women's Studies Program

Folder 448-451

1972-2001

 

Programming & Events- Conferences

Folder 452

Berkshire on the History of Women 1974-1975

Folder 453

California Council for Social Studies 1990-1991

Folder 454-456

General 1972-1976 1987

Folder 457

Great Goddess Re-Emerges 1978

Folder 458

Higher Education for Women in the 1980s circa 1982

Folder 459

Inter-American Women Writers 1974-1976

Folder 460

National Women's Studies Association 1980

 

Programming & Events- Events

Folder 461

Book Sale 1975-1976

Folder 462

Brown Bag Lunch 1981

Folder 463

Chancellor Reynolds' Visit 1982

Folder 464-465

General 1982-1983

Folder 466

National ERA March 1978

Folder 467

Stanford Talk after 1976

Folder 468

Swedish Exhibit 1975

Folder 469

Ten Year Reunion 1981-1982

Folder 470

Wine and Cheese party 1979-1980

Folder 471

Womyn's Week circa 1983

Box 10

Programming & Events- Seminars & Workshops

Folder 472

CSU Summer Program 1978-1979

Folder 473-474

General circa 1976-1978

Folder 475

Summer Institute for Women in Higher Education Administration 1976

 

Promotional Literature

Folder 476-481

Film Promotions 1976-1989

Folder 482-485

Other Program Promotions 1975-1987

Folder 486-490

Publications Promotions circa 1982

Folder 491-504

WSP Promotions 1971-1987

 

Student Research

Folder 505-509

1973-1989

 

Surveys on the Status of Women- Survey Reports

Folder 510-511

California Commissions 1971-1976

Folder 512-513

Miscellaneous 1972-1974

Box 11

Surveys on the Status of Women- Survey Reports

Folder 514-515

US Federal Commissions 1963 1970-1979

 

Surveys on the Status of Women- Survey Resources

Folder 516-517

Articles 1966 1974-1976

Folder 518-519

Bulletins & Newsletters 1974-1977

Folder 520

California Commission on Alcoholism- Correspondence 1975-1977

Folder 521

Clippings 1976

Folder 522-523

Contacts 1970-1991

Folder 524

Information Requests 1975-1976

Folder 525

Legislative Summaries & Reports 1966 1973-1974

Folder 526

Meeting Transcript 1965

Folder 527

Memorandum 1975

Folder 528-530

Miscellaneous 1974-1976

Folder 531

Network Directory 1986

Folder 532

Outlines & Drafts after 1969

Folder 533

Santa Clara County Annual Report & Correspondence 1973-1975

Folder 534

Surveys of Other Commissions circa 1976

 

University Organizations

Folder 535-537

Continuing Education Program 1975-1986

Folder 538

Counseling Services 1983

Folder 539

Department of Communications 1989-1990

Folder 540-541

Department of Urban and Regional Planning 1971-1977

Folder 542

General 1972-1976

Folder 543

Instructional Resource Center 1977-1979

Folder 544-545

Mexican American Graduate Studies 1975-1982

Folder 546

New College 1973-1974

Folder 547

Student Programs & Services 1977-1979

Folder 548

Student Referral Center 1983

Folder 549

University Library 1972-1975

Folder 550-551

Women's Center 1972-1986

 

Writings & Resources

Folder 552-554

Bibliographies 1974-1987

Folder 555-571

Published Articles 1969-1987

Folder 572

Song Sheets circa 1982

Folder 573-577

Student Papers and Theses circa 1970-1984

 

Series IV:  Miscellaneous Records 1965-1980

Physical Description: 1 box

Series Scope and Content Summary

The records in this series consist of Women's Studies Program administrative correspondence, course records, student newsletters, student papers, and event flyers.

Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by subject, and within each folder is delineated by date.
Box 12

Miscellaneious Records

Folder 578

Course Schedules & Curriculum Planning 1974-1978

Folder 579

Interdepartmental Correspondence 1973-1979

Folder 580

Event Announcements (Flyers) 1973-1978

Folder 581

Student Newsletters & Publications 1973-1975

Folder 582

Student Research Papers (undated)

Folder 583

"Women's Week" Event Materials 1972-1978

Folder 584

Correspondence & Memoranda 1973-1979

Folder 585

Newsletters 1965-1980