Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains 1700+ folders of feminist ephemera collected by the Barnard Center for Research on Women on topics such as women, gender, activism, labor, sexuality, healthcare, marriage, psychology, development, and law.
This collection contains 184 different periodicals on topics such as women, gender, sexuality, feminism, psychology, and law.
This collection consists of Calendula: A Barnard Feminist Publication, which was a Barnard College student publication. It featured opinion pieces, a directory of feminist campus groups, events listings, articles, reviews, and poetry.
This collection consists of materials from the Barnard College Committee on Race, Religion, Identity, and Ethnicity (COE/CORRE/CORRIE).
This collection consists of Common Ground, a student publication described as being an alternative newspaper, created in the hopes of building a coalition among progressive Columbia and Barnard student groups.
This collection consists of administrative records, biographical files, and materials such as banners, posters, and t-shirts, regarding the activities of the East End Women's Alliance, a feminist group active from 1970 - 1999 in the Hamptons, New York.
This collection consists of Barnard alumna Idris Rossell's papers, correspondance, and research material from the government positions she held, which directly advocated for women’s equality in the work force.
This collection contains materials relating to reproductive justice and abortion research and policy in the second half of the 20th century.
Ntozake Shange (1948-2018, BC ‘70) was an American playwright and poet. The Ntozake Shange Papers include manuscripts and drafts of works; correspondence; diaries and agendas; clippings, programs, and ephemera; teaching documents; personal and professional photographs; awards, memorabilia, and personal effects; and texts, music, and other works by others collected by Shange.
The collection consists of letters, manuscripts, and books of American women authors collected by Bertha Van Riper Overbury, Barnard Class of 1896. It includes correspondence with the dealers she used to collect the material, clippings related to the material, and catalog cards for the letters, manuscripts, and books in the collection.
This collection documents Sabra Moore’s involvement in the Women’s Art Movement, Women’s Caucus for Art, Women Artists in Revolution, Heresies Collective, and other feminist artist groups based in New York City from the 1970s to the mid-1990s. The collection consists of flyers, publications, artwork, t-shirts, correspondence, photographs, and protest ephemera conceived of, and created by, Moore and her artist colleagues.
This collection consists of the publication, Why We Strike, which was published by the Barnard Strike Coalition and detailed the events of Barnard's participation in the National Student Strike on May 5th, 1970.
This collection consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, photographs, and additional documentation related to the Women and Work research group. The group, which was active starting in 1979 and met regularly in various formations through the 1990s, completed research and writing projects related to women's work experience, culminating in the publication of the book Hidden Aspects of Women's Work in 1987.