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Records of the President of Radcliffe College: Series 5, 1972-1989 (inclusive).

Author: Matina Horner
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection consists of Horner's correspondence, while she was president of Radcliffe, 1972-1989, with Harvard and Radcliffe administrators and trustees, educational foundations, students, alumni/ae, parents, and Harvard faculty. They also include some correspondence with the Harvard Department of Psychology relating to her teaching. There are university committee reports, surveys, and petitions from students that  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Speeches
Named Person: Derek Curtis Bok; Philippa Bovet; Mary Ingraham Bunting-Smith; John T Dunlop; Patricia Albjerg Graham; Susan Morse Hilles; Matina Horner; Patricia Miller King; Susan Storey Lyman; Myra Mayman; Henry Rosovsky
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Matina Horner
OCLC Number: 416099221
Description: 44 linear ft. (97 file boxes, 5 half file boxes, 1 folio+ box, 1 carton)

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Collection consists of Horner's correspondence, while she was president of Radcliffe, 1972-1989, with Harvard and Radcliffe administrators and trustees, educational foundations, students, alumni/ae, parents, and Harvard faculty. They also include some correspondence with the Harvard Department of Psychology relating to her teaching. There are university committee reports, surveys, and petitions from students that provide documentation for Harvard/ Radcliffe institutional history, the evolving Harvard/Radcliffe relationship, and, more broadly, for U.S. women's higher education. The records illustrate women's issues of the 1970s and 1980s, such as the inequity and reform of women's athletics (crew, swimming, fencing, squash etc.); discrimination against women in admissions; the changing status of women staff and faculty at Harvard; the development of women's studies; the participation of women in science; sexual harassment; women's experience of co-residence; and the attitudes and experience of Radcliffe students, including African American students and Native American students.

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