Sex discrimination against women
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Papers of Betty Friedan, feminist, activist, and author.
Autobiography of Dorothy Kneeland Clark, educator.
Videotape recordings of Andrea Dworkin's speaking engagements, television appearances, examples of pornography, and source tapes for the production of the program Omnibus that featured Dworkin.
Reports, memoranda, and correspondence generated by the Clark University administration and the principal figures in a sexual harassment case during the early 1980s collected by Cynthia H. Enloe, professor of government.
Papers of Cynthia Ellen Harrison, chair of the Credit Task Force of the National Organization for Women; author of Working Women Speak: Education, Training, Counseling Needs; and compiler of Women's Movement Media.
Legal materials relating Professor Sharon Leijoy Johnson's sex discrimination case against the University of Pittsburgh.
Transcripts, correspondence, printed articles, etc., of Charles Ronald Chester, director of an oral history project on the history of women's access to legal professions.
Papers of radical feminist writer, speaker, and activist Andrea Dworkin.
Correspondence, memos, reports, etc., pertaining to the sex discrimination complaint of Carolyn Ruth Swift, member of the English Department, against Rhode Island College.
Papers pertain to women's rights, working women, discrimination against women, child care and other issues of concern to Irene Murphy, feminist, public administrator, political worker.
Correspondence, printed material, photographs, etc., of Margaret Louise Murray Blizard, public health official, Democratic Party worker, and lawyer.
Papers of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nan Robertson, including correspondence, reader letters, drafts, photographs, audiovisual materials, and clippings.
Correspondence, teaching syllabi, research notes, and writings of Susan Moller Okin, professor of political science, known for establishing the research field of gender and political science.
Collection of over 250 posters, mostly in English, about women and women's issues.
Records of Sociologists for Women in Society, an organization devoted to promoting professional opportunities for women in sociology, providing job market services, exploring the contributions of sociology to the humanization of sex roles, and serving as guardian for women in the American Sociological Association.
Correspondence, memos, notes, etc., of the Committee on the Status of Women at Harvard, created in 1970 to study the status of Harvard’s women students and faculty members.