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- Subject: Gender identity X
- Feminist Theory Archive. 7
Call Number: Ms.2015.009
Abstract: This collection contains personal and professional papers of Lauren Berlant, the George M. Pullman Distinguished Service Professor at the University of Chicago. Berlant’s scholarship focuses on queer theory, power, and boundary drawing between public and private spheres. Materials in this collection include correspondence, conference files, lecture and poetry drafts, handwritten research notes, and print materials, dating from 1922 – 2019 (bulk 1970 – 2019).
Dates: 1922-2019, bulk 1970-2019
Call Number: Ms-2018-010
Overview: This collection consists of the papers of Kate Bornstein, performer, playwright, author, and transgender activist who graduated from Brown University as Albert Bornstein in 1969. The collection documents Bornstein’s personal and professional life and trans activism, and includes biographical information, correspondence, diaries, conference material, draft writings, writings by other authors, subject files, print material, ephemera, photographs, and electronic records dating from 1910-2018. The...
Call Number: Ms-92-9-OLD
Abstract: The Anne Fausto-Sterling papers contain research notes, teaching materials, conference materials, and edited drafts of published books and articles. The collection also includes a set feminist and activist publications, material on revolutionary movements in Latin America, and clippings about gender and science. The materials date from 1960 to 2013.
Dates: 1960-2014, bulk 1970-2000
Call Number: Ms.92.9
Overview: This collection consists of the professional papers of Anne Fausto-Sterling, Brown University Professor Emerita of Biology and Gender Studies and scholar of the biology of gender development and gender differences. The collection documents Fausto-Sterling’s academic career, research, and writings, and includes correspondence, teaching materials, lab notebooks and slides, subject files, and print materials dating from 1961-2019.
Call Number: MS-2017-016
Overview: The Feminist Theory Archive collection consists of links to the manuscript collections that are processed and avaialble for research as part of the Feminist Theory Archive. The collection is arranged in one series, alphabetically by the last name of the donor to the Feminist Theory Archive. By clicking on the links included in this finding aid, researchers will be redirected to the corresponding online finding aids for individual collections.
Dates: 1840-2021, bulk 1960-2017
Call Number: Ms.2018.016
Overview: This collection consists of the professional papers of Inderpal Grewal, professor of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, and professor of Ethnicity, Race and Migration at Yale University. Her research spans topics including transnational and postcolonial feminist theory; feminism and human rights; nongovernmental organizations and theories of civil society and citizenship; law and subjectivity; travel and mobility and South Asian cultural studies. Materials include correspondence, syllabi...
Call Number: MS-2017-007
Overview: The Malana Krongelb zine collection consists of administrative files and zines that focus on social justice and marginalized identities, dating from 1974 to 2018. Areas of strength include zines by and about people of color, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and other queer peoples, disabled people, interpersonal violence, sex and relationships, sex work, the prison industrial complex, self-care, feminism, and punk.
Call Number: MS.2020.005
Overview: This collection consists of the personal and professional papers of Felicity Nussbaum, Distinguished Research Professor of English at the University of California, Los Angeles. Nussbaum’s research focuses on British literature (1660-1800), postcolonial and Anglophone studies, and gender studies. Materials in this collection include grant materials, tenure materials, correspondence, course syllabi, and draft writings, which date from 1969 to 2020.
Call Number: Ms-2018-015
Overview: This collection consists of the papers of Christina Sharpe, Professor of English at York University and notable Black feminist theorist. The collection documents Sharpe’s professional life and research in racism, slavery, and feminism, consisting of correspondence, conference material, draft writings, writings by other authors, subject files, and print material, dating from 1989 to the present. The collection is arranged into 8 series.