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COLLECTION Identifier: MC 540

Papers of Andrea Dworkin, 1914-2007 (inclusive), 1973-2000 (bulk)

Papers of radical feminist writer, speaker, and activist Andrea Dworkin.

Dates

  • 1914-2007
  • Majority of material found within 1973-2000

Language of Materials

Materials in English.

Access Restrictions:

Access. Access to the bulk of the collection (#1.1-106.8, 127F+B.1-#127F+B.3, and FD.1) requires the written permission of John Stoltenberg until his death. #1.5-1.6 are closed until January 1, 2040. # 79.13 is closed until January 1, 2064. Access to #107.1-126.6 is unrestricted.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright. Copyright in the papers created by Andrea Dworkin is held by John Stoltenberg. Upon his death, copyright will be transferred to the President and Fellows of Harvard College for the Schlesinger Library. Copyright in other papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns.

Copying. Researchers must have the written permission of John Stoltenberg to access the bulk of the collection (#1.1-106.8, 127F+B.1-#127F+B.3, and FD.1). Once permission has been obtained, materials may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures. Materials in boxes #107.1-126.6 are unrestricted and may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.

Extent

53.71 linear feet ((125 + 1/2 file boxes, 1 folio+ box) plus 1 folio folder, 54 photograph folders, 1 folio+ photograph folder)

The collection contains correspondence, drafts, notes, speeches, interviews, course materials, legal documents, photographs, etc., documenting Andrea Dworkin's work as an author, as a crusader against pornography, and as an advocate on behalf of rape and abuse victims. Mold was found on many documents in the collection; while they were treated, mold spores, staining, and a musty odor may remain. Folder titles were created by Dworkin; additional information in square brackets was provided by the archivist, who created the arrangement.

Series I, BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL, 1946-2005 (#1.1-8.6, 127F+B.1-127F+B.3, FD.1), includes resumes, obituaries, medical records, calendars, tax returns, legal documents, correspondence, clippings, etc. Calendars record Dworkin's speaking engagements, medical and veterinary appointments, travel plans, etc. Medical records document her routine illnesses, her relationship with her insurance providers, and her efforts to lose weight. Clippings contain articles about Dworkin and include details of her personal life and her activist activities. Also included in this series are files relating to Dworkin's libel suit against Hustler magazine for publishing cartoons, descriptions, and pictures of women falsely identified as Dworkin engaged in sexual acts, which Dworkin claimed were designed to impede her right to speak against pornography and pornographers. Priscilla Moree and Judith Fouts joined the suit as representatives of the Jackson and Wyoming chapters of the National Organization for Women, claiming that attacks on Dworkin intimidated them in their fight against pornography. The case was dismissed. Folders are arranged with resumes and obituaries first, followed by an alphabetical arrangement of files.

Series II, DWORKIN FAMILY, 1914, 1933-1999 (#8.7-11.3), includes birth, marriage, and death certificates; certificates documenting Harry Dworkin's war service; correspondence; clippings; etc., belonging to Morris, Harry, Sylvia, and Mark Dworkin, Andrea Dworkin's grandfather, father, mother, and brother. Letters include those written to Harry and Sylvia Dworkin by Andrea Dworkin between 1964 and 1973 in which she writes of her experiences in Greece and Amsterdam, including her marriage to Cornelius "Iwan" Dirk de Bruin. Most of the letters depict an idyllic marriage in which the couple is poor, but happy. It is not until the marriage ended in 1971 that the letters reveal the years of abuse Dworkin had suffered at the hands of her husband. Folders were created and arranged by the archivist with Harry and Sylvia Dworkin's papers first, followed by those of Mark and Morris Dworkin. Within these three groupings, files are arranged chronologically.

Series III, CORRESPONDENCE, 1965-2001 (#11.4-51.4), contains correspondence between Dworkin and her family, friends, colleagues, fans, publishers, groups who hired Dworkin as a speaker, etc. Correspondents found throughout include Marjorie Abrams, Jane Alpert, Rhea Becker, Twiss Butler, Gena Corea, Hal Davis, Elsa Dorfman, Mark Dworkin, Harry Dworkin, Sylvia Dworkin, Melissa Farley, Leah Fritz, Rhea Gaisner, Chris Grussendorf, Shere Hite, Susan Hunter, Catherine Itzin, Karla Jay, Betty Johanna, Eleanor Johnson, Florence King, Harriet Koskoff, Jacqueline (Jax) Lapidus, Laura Lederer, Kathy Lewis, Elaine Markson, Annie McCombs, Julie Melrose, Linda Moorcock, Michael Moorcock, Robyn Newhouse, Kathleen Norris, Sally Owen, Diana Russell, Mark E. Smith, Marcia (Marty) Spiegel, Dorothy (Cookie) Teer, Melinda Vadas, Alice Vachss, Kady Van Deurs, Betsy Warrior, Susan Yankowitz, and Allen Young.

Files are arranged in three subseries; Dworkin created the groupings of general and business correspondence as well as the chronology within those groupings. The archivist created the category of alphabetical correspondence.

Subseries A, General, 1973-2001 (#11.4-30.11), includes correspondence with family, friends, colleagues, fans, publishers, etc. Correspondence with friends includes accounts of their daily lives and activities and of their families. Friends often also wrote of their professional activities, especially those concerning efforts against pornography. While Dworkin chose not to join organizations because she wished to maintain her independence, correspondence shows that she was influential in the founding of Women Against Pornography and worked closely with them and other anti-pornography groups. Fans wrote expressing their admiration of Dworkin's work and seeking advice on getting writings published. A small number of letters from admirers, closed until the likely death of the correspondent, include details of rape, incest, and abuse they suffered. Professional correspondence includes discussions with publishers and editors concerning Dworkin's articles, interviews, and books. There are also several exchanges surrounding Dworkin's speaking engagements, including proposed engagements that never occurred. Additional correspondence relating to Dworkin's writings and speaking engagements can be found in Series IV and Series V. Most letters to Dworkin are accompanied by carbon copies of her replies. Folders are arranged chronologically in groupings that were created by Dworkin.

Subseries B, Business, 1980-2000 (#30.12-38.1), includes correspondence with publishers, editors, agents, colleagues, friends, etc. Correspondence with Dworkin's publishers contains discussions of publication dates, book cover designs, and publicity. Correspondence with publishers and editors reveals her opposition to suggestions of alternate wording or omissions due to length constraints. One of the major correspondents in this subseries is Elaine Markson, Dworkin's literary agent. In addition to securing publishing deals and publicity for Dworkin, Markson and her agency handled all of Dworkin's mail, screening letters before sending them to Dworkin. Additional correspondence relating to Dworkin's writings and speaking engagements can be found in Series IV and Series V. Files are arranged chronologically in groupings that were created by Dworkin.

Subseries C, Alphabetical, 1965-2000 (#38.2-51.4), includes correspondence with friends, colleagues, organizations, etc. Files are identified by correspondents, topics, and occasionally by geographic region. Correspondents and topics overlap with those found in both the general and business correspondence files. This subseries was created by the archivist from loose correspondence and folders of correspondence created by Dworkin, but not identified as "general" or "business"; folders are arranged alphabetically.

Series IV, WRITINGS, 1961, 1970-2007 (#51.5-81.9), includes drafts, published articles, correspondence, clippings, etc., relating to Dworkin's books, articles, book reviews, and other writings. Many articles were published multiple times, sometimes with different titles. Several writings were never published or had only excerpts published. Most notable among the excerpted works is Ruins, an epistolary autobiographical novel. "Best Girlfriend," published as Letter to M, was written to Maureen (last name unknown); "Dissolute" was written to Beth (last name unknown); "Chum" was written to Gretchen Langheld, a friend from Bennington College; "Parting" was written to Ricki Abrams; "Teacher" was written to Mr. Ainspac; "First Love" was written to Manoli; "I Wish I Didn't Know Your Name" was written to Cornelius "Iwan" de Bruin, Dworkin's ex-husband; the letter to "J" was written to Joe Chaikin, the Open Theatre director; and "My Friend" was written to John Stoltenberg. Additional correspondence relating to Dworkin's writings can be found in Series III. Files are arranged alphabetically.

Series V, SPEECHES, TESTIMONIES, AND INTERVIEWS, 1974-1998 (#81.10-92.5), includes transcripts, notes for speeches, correspondence, clippings, etc. Files concerning interviews often contain drafts of interview transcripts and correspondence with interviewers concerning changes to the transcripts. There are several files containing transcripts, correspondence, letters from viewers, clippings, etc., relating to the BBC Omnibus television documentary called Against Pornography: The Feminism of Andrea Dworkin, which included excerpts from Dworkin's public speaking and conversations between Dworkin and women who had been used in prostitution and pornography. Dworkin's agreement with the BBC gave her possession and control over access to all video recorded in the making of the documentary. The videotapes have been removed from the collection and cataloged as Vt-136; access may be restricted. Additional correspondence relating to Dworkin's speaking engagements, interviews, and testimonies can be found in Series III. Files are arranged alphabetically.

Series VI, TEACHING, 1983 (#92.6-93.13), includes correspondence, notes, course materials, etc., relating to an interdepartmental course on pornography Dworkin co-taught with Catharine MacKinnon at the University of Minnesota in 1983. Files are arranged alphabetically.

Series VII, ANTI-PORNOGRAPHY ORDINANCES, 1981-1994 (#94.1-103.7), includes correspondence, legal documents, meeting transcripts, clippings, etc., relating to attempts to pass ordinances defining pornography as a violation of women's civil rights and allowing women to sue pornography producers and distributors for damages in civil court. Dworkin and MacKinnon drafted and lobbied for the ordinance in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Minneapolis ordinance was passed by the city council twice but was vetoed by Mayor Don Fraser. A version of the ordinance was passed in Indianapolis, Indiana, but was overturned by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in the case of American Booksellers v. Hudnut. Dworkin supported efforts to pass versions of the ordinance in cities including Los Angeles (California), Cambridge (Massachusetts), and Bellingham (Washington). Files document Dworkin's involvement with attempts to pass ordinances in various cities. There is also material documenting the Canadian Supreme Court ruling, R. v. Butler (the "Butler Decision"), which Dworkin and MacKinnon did not support because they did not advocate criminal obscenity approaches to pornography. Folders are arranged alphabetically.

Series VIII, REFERENCE FILES, 1962-1998 (#103.8-126.6, 127F+B.4), includes pornographic magazines, erotic novels, notes, clippings, etc. It is arranged in three subseries.

Subseries A, General, 1969-1997 (#103.8-106.8), includes notes, clippings, mailings, newsletters, etc., collected by Dworkin for research purposes. Materials concern topics addressed by Dworkin, but do not contain direct references to her work. Folders are arranged alphabetically.

Subseries B, Magazines, 1962-1998 (#107.1-117.2, 127F+B.4), contains pornographic magazines collected by Dworkin for research purposes. The majority of the magazines are mainstream publications such as Playboy, Penthouse, and Hustler, but there are also many specialized magazines focusing on interests such as bondage, black women, Asian women, lesbians, and pregnant women. Files are arranged alphabetically by magazine title.

Subseries C, Books, 1968-1986 (#117.3-126.6), contains pornographic novels collected by Dworkin. Books depict sexual situations including girls losing their virginity, lesbian and homosexual encounters, incestuous relationships, pedophilia, orgies, bestiality, and bondage. Several books include personal advertisements and advertisements for sex toys. Order information relating to many of the books in this series can be found in #68.1-68.7. Books are arranged alphabetically by title.

Series IX, PHOTOGRAPHS, 1919, 1927, 1938-1994 (#PD.1-PD.53sl), includes photographs of Andrea Dworkin as a young child and a small number of images of her as an adult. There are also photographs of Dworkin's friends; parents, Harry and Sylvia; her brother, Mark Dworkin; and other family members. Images were grouped by the archivist and are arranged alphabetically with photographs of family first.

Most of the photographs in this collection are or will be cataloged in VIA, Harvard University's Visual Information Access database. Others, referred to as "uncataloged" photographs, are not of sufficient research interest to warrant cataloging and are simply treated as part of the documents they accompany; they are marked on the back with an asterisk in square brackets [*].

BIOGRAPHY

Author, critic, and radical feminist Andrea Dworkin was born on September 26, 1946, in Camden, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Sylvia (Spiegel), a secretary, and Harry Dworkin, a guidance counselor. In 1965, while attending Bennington College, Dworkin was arrested in New York City for protesting against the Vietnam War, and spent four days in the Women’s House of Detention. She later made headlines, publicizing her brutal treatment at the hands of staff, which led to a grand jury investigation of the prison. In 1965, she traveled to Crete, then returned to the United States to complete her coursework at Bennington College, before moving to Amsterdam, where she completed work for her B.A., which she received in 1968. On March 11, 1969, Dworkin married Cornelius (Iwan) Dirk de Bruin, a Dutch political activist. De Bruin abused Dworkin throughout the marriage, which ended in divorce in 1972. Dworkin moved to New York City in 1972 and in 1974, she met John Stoltenberg, a writer and editor. Dworkin, who identified herself as a lesbian, and Stoltenberg, who identified himself as homosexual, became close friends and lived together for many years before marrying in 1998.

Dworkin was the author of several books including Woman Hating (1974), Our Blood: Prophecies and Discourses on Sexual Politics (1976), Pornography: Men Possessing Women (1981), Right-Wing Women (1983), Intercourse (1987), Letters from a War Zone: Writings, 1976-1989 (1989), Scapegoat: The Jews, Israel, and Women's Liberation (2000), and Heartbreak: The Political Memoir of a Feminist Militant (2002). She was also the author of short stories and novels including Ice and Fire (1987) and Mercy (1991). In addition, Dworkin lectured widely and contributed to numerous periodicals and anthologies.

In 1983, with lawyer Catharine MacKinnon, Dworkin drafted a controversial civil rights ordinance defining pornography as sex discrimination. An activist working on behalf of many causes including abortion rights, she advised women and groups on issues of rape, battery, pornography, and incest in the United States and abroad.

Andrea Dworkin died April 9, 2005, in Washington, D.C.

ARRANGEMENT

The collection is arranged in nine series:
  1. Series I. Biographical and personal, 1946-2005 (#1.1-8.6, 127F+B.1-127F+B.3, FD.1)
  2. Series II. Dworkin family, 1914, 1933-1999 (#8.7-11.3)
  3. Series III. Correspondence, 1965-2001 (#11.4-51.4)
  4. ___Subseries A. General, 1973-2001 (#11.4-30.11)
  5. ___Subseries B. Business, 1980-2000 (#30.12-38.1)
  6. ___Subseries C. Alphabetical, 1965-2000 (#38.2-51.4)
  7. Series IV. Writings, 1961, 1970-2007 (#51.5-81.9)
  8. Series V. Speeches, testimonies, and interviews, 1974-1998 (#81.10-92.5)
  9. Series VI. Teaching, 1983 (#92.6-93.13)
  10. Series VII. Anti-pornography ordinances, 1981-1994 (#94.1-103.7)
  11. Series VIII. Reference files, 1962-1998 (#103.8-126.6, F+B.4)
  12. ___Subseries A. General, 1969-1997 (#103.8-106.8)
  13. ___Subseries B. Magazines, 1962-1998 (#107.1-117.2, 127F+B.4)
  14. ___Subseries C. Books, 1968-1986 (#117.3-126.6)
  15. Series IX. Photographs, 1919, 1927, 1938-1994 (#PD.1-PD.53sl)

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Accession numbers: 2001-M196, 2002-M54, 2002-M101, 2005-M36

The papers of Andrea Dworkin were purchased from Dworkin by the Schlesinger Library in November 2001. Additional materials were received in April and July 2002. Obituaries and remembrances by Dworkin's friends and fans were collected by library staff members following Dworkin's death and added to the collection in April 2005.

Related Material:

There is related material at the Schlesinger Library; see Audiotape collection of Andrea Dworkin,1975-1997 (T-323), and Videotape collection of Andrea Dworkin (Vt-136).
SEPARATION RECORD Donor: Andrea Dworkin

Accession Numbers: 2001-M196, 2002-M54, 2002-M101, 2005-M36

Processed by: Johanna Carll

The following items have been transferred to the Schlesinger Library books and printed materials collection:
SEPARATION RECORD
  1. Dworkin, Andrea. Ice and Fire: A Novel, 1987. Inscription, "For Mother and Dad, With great love and admiration and the deepest gratitude for everything you have given me--including strength and courage. Andrea"
  2. Dworkin, Andrea. Intercourse, 1987. Inscription, "March 27, 1987 for mother and father, with love and faith, Andrea"
  3. Dworkin, Andrea. Letters from a War Zone: Writings, 1976-1989, 1989. Inscription, "October 1989 for Mother and Father, with love Andrea"
  4. Dworkin, Andrea. Life and Death, 1987. Inscription, "For Dad with all my love and for your happiness, Andrea"
  5. Dworkin, Andrea. Our Blood: Prophesies and Discourses on Sexual Politics, 1976. Inscription, "Feb. 8, 1983 For Dad with love--and admiration always for your courage--Andrea"
  6. Dworkin, Andrea. Our Blood: Prophesies and Discourses on Sexual Politics, 1976. Inscription, "September 1, 1976 for mother and father, with great love, Andrea....and now January 10, 1991 for my father, after the death of my mother, with the same love for both of you, Andrea"
  7. Dworkin, Andrea. Woman Hating, 1974. Inscription, "March 28, 1974 for Mother and Dad, lovingly, respectfully, gratefully, Andrea"
SEPARATION RECORD The following items have been transferred to the Schlesinger Library books and printed materials collection (pending review by curator):
SEPARATION RECORD
  1. Action Agenda, Media Action Alliance & Media Watch, Circle Pines, Minnesota, Spring 1994
  2. Action Agenda, Media Action Alliance & Media Watch, Circle Pines, Minnesota, Volume 1, Number 3, Fall 1994
  3. Action Agenda, Media Action Alliance & Media Watch, Circle Pines, Minnesota, Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 1995
  4. Action Agenda, Media Action Alliance & Media Watch, Circle Pines, Minnesota, Winter 1995
  5. Artworkers News, Foundation for the Community of Artists, New York, New York, Volume 7, Number 3, November 1977
  6. Birth Control Handbook, by Donna Cherniak and Allan Feingold, Medicine for the People, 1972
  7. Calgary Status of Women Action Committee, Calgary, Canada, November/December 1991
  8. Calgary Status of Women Action Committee, Calgary, Canada, January/February 1992
  9. Calgary Status of Women Action Committee, Calgary, Canada, March/April 1992
  10. Calgary Status of Women Action Committee, Calgary, Canada, May/June 1992
  11. Calgary Status of Women Action Committee, Calgary, Canada, July/August 1992
  12. Coalition Report, The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, Amherst, Massachusetts, Fall 1992
  13. Coalition Report, The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, Amherst, Massachusetts, Spring 1993
  14. Coalition Report, The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, Amherst, Massachusetts, Summer 1993
  15. Coalition Report, The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, Amherst, Massachusetts, Volume 4, Number 1, 1997
  16. Coalition Report, The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, Amherst, Massachusetts, Volumes 5-6, 1998-2000
  17. Emma, Germany, February 1987
  18. Emma, Germany, August 1987
  19. Emma, Germany, October 1987
  20. Emma, Germany, November 1987
  21. Emma, Germany, December 1987
  22. Emma, Germany, January 1988
  23. Emma, Germany, February 1988
  24. Essential Reading for Women, Penguin Books, 1995
  25. Essential Reading for Women, Penguin Books, July 1996 - June 1997
  26. Everywoman's Center Newsletter, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Volume 6, Number 1, January 1977
  27. Feminist Studies, College Park, Maryland, Volume 2, Number 1, 1974
  28. Feminists for Animal Rights Newsletter, New York, New York, Volume 4, Numbers 1-2, spring-summer 1989?
  29. Feminists for Animal Rights Newsletter, New York, New York, Volume 8, Numbers 3-4, fall-winter 1994-1995
  30. Intricate Moves: Poems About Rape, by Joan Swift, 1997
  31. The Lesbian Feminist, Lesbian Feminist Liberation, New York, New York, March 1976
  32. The Lesbian Feminist, Lesbian Feminist Liberation, New York, New York, April 1976
  33. The Lesbian Feminist, Lesbian Feminist Liberation, New York, New York, lesbian pride '76 issue, 1976
  34. The Lesbian Tide, Los Angeles, California, Volume 7, Number 3, November/December 1977
  35. Majority Report, New York, New York, Volume 6, Number 18, January 8-21, 1977
  36. The Matriarchist, Foundation for Matriarchy, Brooklyn, New York, Volume 1, Number 1, n.d.
  37. Media Watch, Santa Cruz, California, summer/fall 1988
  38. Media Watch, Santa Cruz, California, winter 1988-1989
  39. Media Watch, Santa Cruz, California, Volume 3, issue 1, spring 1989
  40. Media Watch, Santa Cruz, California, Volume 3, issue 2, summer 1989
  41. Media Watch, Santa Cruz, California, Volume 3, issue 3, fall 1989
  42. Media Watch, Santa Cruz, California, Volume 3, issue 4, winter 1990
  43. Media Watch, Santa Cruz, California, Volume 4, issue 4, winter 1991
  44. Media Watch, Santa Cruz, California, Volume 5, issue 4, winter 1992
  45. Media Watch, Santa Cruz, California, Volume 3, Number 2, summer 1998
  46. National Center on Women and Family Law Newsletter, New York, New York, Volume 2, Number 3, June 1981
  47. National NOW Times, National Organization for Women, Washington, D.C., Volume 10, Number 12
  48. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 3, Number 4, summer 1990
  49. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 4, Number 3, spring 1991
  50. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 4, Number 4, summer 1991
  51. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 5, Number 1, fall 1991
  52. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 5, Number 3, summer 1992
  53. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 5, Number 4, autumn 1992
  54. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 6, Number 1, winter 1993
  55. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 6, Number 2, spring 1993
  56. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 6, Number 4, autumn 1993
  57. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 7, Number 1, January 1994
  58. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 7, Number 2, April 1994
  59. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 7, Number 4, autumn 1994
  60. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 8, Number 1, January 1995
  61. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 8, Number 2, spring 1995
  62. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 8, Number 3, summer 1995
  63. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 9, Number 1, January 1996
  64. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 9, Number 2, April 1996
  65. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 9, Number 3, July 1996
  66. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 10, Number 1, January 1997
  67. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 10, Number 3, July 1997
  68. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 10, Number 4, October 1996
  69. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 10, Number 4, October 1997
  70. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 11, Number 1, January 1998
  71. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 11, Number 2, spring 1998
  72. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 11, Number 3, summer 1998
  73. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 12, Number 4, autumn 1998
  74. Networking for Women, Israel Women's Network, Jerusalem, Israel, Volume 13, Number 4, summer 1999
  75. New Women's Times, Rochester, New York, Volume 3, Number 11, December 15, 1977
  76. New Women's Times, Rochester, New York, Volume 4, Number 10, November 1978
  77. New Women's Times, Rochester, New York, Volume 4, Number 11, December 1978
  78. New Women's Times, Rochester, New York, Volume 5, Number 7, March 30 - April 12, 1979
  79. New Women's Times Feminist Review, Rochester, New York, Number 7, 1979
  80. Newsreport, Women Against Pornography, New York, New York, July/August 1980
  81. Newsreport, Women Against Pornography, New York, New York, Volume 5, Number 2, fall/winter 1983
  82. Off Our Backs, Washington, D.C., Volume 8, Number 5, May 1978
  83. Pornography's Victims, excerpts from the official transcript of proceedings of the Attorney General's Commission on Pornography, edited by Phyllis Schlafly, 1987
  84. Radical America, Alternative Education Project, Somerville, Massachusetts, Volume 13, Number 1, 1978
  85. Shrew, London, England, summer 1978
  86. 6 Timmars Arbetsdag Åt Alla--Med 8 Timmars Lön!, 1987
  87. The Third Wave, Providence, Rhode Island, Volume 2, Number 12, December 1991
  88. The Third Wave, Providence, Rhode Island, Volume 2, Number 7, January 1992
  89. The Third Wave, Providence, Rhode Island, Volume 2, Number 8, February 1992
  90. The Third Wave, Providence, Rhode Island, Volume 2, Number 10, April 1992
  91. The Third Wave, Providence, Rhode Island, Volume 2, Number 11, May 1992
  92. Twizzler Candy for GRRRLS, Minneapolis, Minnesota zine, issue 1, February 1995
  93. Ungrateful, Minneapolis, Minnesota zine, Number 1, March 1995
  94. Ungrateful, Minneapolis, Minnesota zine, Number 2, October 1995
  95. Valley Women's Vengeance, October 1988
  96. Viva, New York, New York, Volume 1, Number 11, August 1974
  97. Whisper, Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volume 1, Number 2, spring 1986
  98. Whisper, Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volume 3, Number 2, winter/spring 1989
  99. Whisper, Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volume 3, Number 3, summer 1989
  100. Whisper, Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volume 4, Number 1, spring 1990
  101. Whisper, Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volume 4, Number 2, fall 1990
  102. Whisper, Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volume 4, Number 3, winter 1990
  103. Whisper, Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volume 5, Number 1, spring 1991
  104. Whisper, Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volume 5, Number 2-3, summer 1991
  105. Whisper, Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volume 6, Number 1-2, winter/spring 1992
  106. Whisper, Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volume 7, Number 1, spring 1993
  107. Whisper, Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volume 8, Number 2, winter 1993
  108. Whisper, Women Hurt in Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Volume 9, Number 1, winter 1995
  109. Women Against Sexist Violence in Pornography and Media Newsletter, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Volume 1, Number 3, March/April 1980
  110. Women Against Sexist Violence in Pornography and Media Newsletter, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Volume1, Number 5, July/August 1980
  111. Women Against Sexist Violence in Pornography and Media Newsletter, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Volume 1, Number 6, September/October 1980
  112. Women Against Sexist Violence in Pornography and Media Newsletter, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Volume 1, Number 7, November/December 1980
  113. Women Against Sexist Violence in Pornography and Media Newsletter, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Volume 2, Number 1, February/March 1981
  114. Women Against Sexist Violence in Pornography and Media Newsletter, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Volume 2, Number 2, April/May 1981
  115. Women Against Sexist Violence in Pornography and Media Newsletter, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Volume 2, Number 3, June/July 1981
  116. Women Against Sexist Violence in Pornography and Media Newsletter, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Volume 2, Number 4, September/October 1981
  117. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 2, Number 3, April 1978
  118. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 2, May 1978
  119. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 2, Number 5, June 1978
  120. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 2, Number 6, July 1978
  121. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 2, Number 7, August 1978
  122. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 2, Number 8, September 1978
  123. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 2, Number 9, October 1978
  124. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 2, Number 10, November 1978
  125. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, February 1979
  126. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 3, Number 2, March 1979
  127. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 3, Number 3, April 1979
  128. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 3, Number 4, May 1979
  129. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 3,Number 5, June 1979
  130. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 3, Number 6, July 1979
  131. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 3, Number 7, August 1979
  132. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 3, Number 8, September 1979
  133. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 3, Number 9, October 1979
  134. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 3, Number 10, November/December 1979
  135. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 4, Number 1, January 1980
  136. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 4, Number 2, February 1980
  137. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 4, Number 4, April 1980
  138. Women Against Violence in Pornography & Media Newspage, Berkeley, California, Volume 5, Number 4, May 1980
SEPARATION RECORD The following items have been transferred to the Women's Newsletter and Periodical Collection (Pr-4):
SEPARATION RECORD
  1. ACCA Aktuell kvinnolitteratur & Kultur, NR 5/90-1, AGR 3-4 1990/91
  2. Blue Stocking, Portland, Oregon, Volume 1, Number 1, January 1993
  3. Broadside: A Feminist Review, Toronto, Canada, Volume 5, Number 3, December 1983/January 1994
  4. Broadside: A Feminist Review, Toronto, Canada, Volume 5, Number 4, February 1984
  5. Everywoman, England, May 1987
  6. Feminist Voices, Madison, Wisconsin, Volume 6, Number 7, September 3 - October 7, 1993
  7. Kvinne Journalen, Nr.4 kr. 30, 10 Desember 1987
  8. La Vie En Rose, Quebec, Canada, July-August 1984
  9. The Madison Edge, Madison, Wisconsin, Volume 3, Number 3, December 17, 1991 - January 14, 1992
  10. Newsletter of the International Committee for Women of the Kotel (ICKW), Brooklyn, New York, February 1991
  11. Newsletter of the International Committee for Women of the Wall, Inc., New York, New York, summer 1998
  12. Out and About, Seattle lesbian/feminist newsletter, Seattle, Washington, July 1978
  13. Out and About, Seattle lesbian/feminist newsletter, Seattle, Washington, September 1978
  14. Rain and Thunder, issue #7, summer solstice 2000
  15. Sexualität, Alice Schwarzer. Germany, 1982.
  16. Sorciéres, Paris, France, Number 18, 1979
  17. The Womanist, Ottawa, Canada, Volume 2, Number 4, summer 1991
  18. Women, Lenox, Massachusetts, Volume 5, Number 3, August-September 1976
  19. Women, Lenox, Massachusetts, Volume 5, Number 4, winter 1976/1977
  20. Women Together, University of California, Los Angeles, April 27, 1993
SEPARATION RECORD The following items have been transferred to the Feminist Ephemera Collection:
SEPARATION RECORD
  1. Project Self workshop catalogs, Everywoman's Center, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, Spring 1977, Summer 1977
  2. Pamphlet: "Plain Talk About Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD's)," YDP Corporation, 1982
  3. Pamphlet: "VD: A Fact of Life," Ortho Pharmaceutical Corporation, June 1975
  4. Pamphlet: "For your information...vaginitis," Ortho Pharmaceutical Corporation, September 1975
  5. Pamphlet: "A Guide to the Methods of Postponing or Preventing Pregnancy," Ortho Pharmaceutical Corporation, October 1974
  6. Pamphlet: "The Gynecological Check-Up," n.d.
  7. Pamphlet: "Infections of the Vagina," Women's Healthright Inc., n.d.
  8. Pamphlet: "Venereal Disease," Health Organizing Collective of N.Y. Women's Health & Abortion Project, n.d.
  9. Flyer: "Abortion Ruling: Some Good News...and Some Bad News," by Lucinda Cisler, New Yorkers for Abortion Law Repeal, reprinted from Majority Report, February 1973
SEPARATION RECORD The following items have been transferred to Widener Library:
SEPARATION RECORD
  1. Out, New York, New York, preview issue, December 1973

Processing Information

Processed: November 2007

By: Johanna Carll
Link to catalog
Title
Dworkin, Andrea. Papers of Andrea Dworkin, 1914-2007 (inclusive), 1973-2000 (bulk): A Finding Aid
Author
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America
Sponsor
Processing of this collection was made possible by gifts in Andrea Dworkin's memory.
EAD ID
sch01051

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