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Papers of Irene Davall, 1971-1987.

Auteur: Irene Davall
Editie/Formaat:   Archiefmateriaal : Engels
Database:WorldCat
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The collection contains Davall's writings, including copies of her column, "The Liberated Woman" (covering topics such as the Equal Rights Amendment, reproductive and abortion rights, marriage, divorce, the decriminalization of prostitution, health care, and gender-based socio-economic inequality) and clippings about feminism, but very little personal material. The bulk consists of drafts and correspondence  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Interviews
Radio programs
Genoemd persoon: Phyllis Sanders; Freda Adler; Donna Allen; Ti-Grace Atkinson; Betty Blaisdell Berry; Caroline Bird; Lydia Bragger; Mary Gloyne Byler; Judy Chicago; Nicole Cox; Irene Davall; Betty Dodson; Louise Doerschuk; Helen Gahagan Douglas; Sharon Enea; Sylvia Federici; Nancy Felcher; Marjory D Fields; Marvelle Gilbert; Anne Grant; Marilyn G Haft; Barbara Haskell; Jane R Hirschmann; Dorothy I Height; Sheila Holderness; Shirley Howard; Brenda Itta; Elizabeth Janeway; Florynce Kennedy; Barbara G Kilberg; Sally Knox; Lucy Komisar; Midge Kovacs; Huiying Li; Elaine Livingston; Susan Maurer; Barbara Jordan Moore; Lillemer Mundebo; Athlene Nixon; Jeanne M O'Leary; Mildred Persinger; Kathrin Perutz; Jane Ragals; Pam Richardson; Dorothy Rodgers; Mary Rodgers; Maria Roy; Nafis Sadik; Leah C Schaefer; Gloria Scott; Sylvia S Seaman; Nanett Shaw; Helva L Sipila; Lorrie Slepian; Joyce Snyder; Margo St James; Jan Struber; Charlotte Suskind; Sue Weiss; Gladys Welber; Ann Wyatt
Soort document: Archiefmateriaal
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Irene Davall
OCLC-nummer: 424524735
Taalopmerking: Materials in English.
Beschrijving: .5 linear ft. (1 file box)

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The collection contains Davall's writings, including copies of her column, "The Liberated Woman" (covering topics such as the Equal Rights Amendment, reproductive and abortion rights, marriage, divorce, the decriminalization of prostitution, health care, and gender-based socio-economic inequality) and clippings about feminism, but very little personal material. The bulk consists of drafts and correspondence regarding a manuscript compiled by Davall and Phyllis Sanders. The manuscript, initially titled "The Changing Role of Women," was based on a weekly radio show that Sanders hosted for several years. Sanders interviewed hundreds of women for the program; the proposed manuscript was initially based on interviews of seventy-five women, divided into thirteen subjects. As the project evolved, they limited the number of interviews to forty and changed its title to "Voices of Restless Women: Speaking of Their Struggle for Change in the 1970s." The work was not published.

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