Stacey Zaremba interviewed by Julia Fraivillig, 2019 March 13
Scope and Contents
In this interview, Zaremba looks back on her family life, her professional studies, and her current impact on students who are LGBT and students who are pursuing women's issues. Zaremba reflects on family relationships and how coming into her identity as a woman who loves women has been shaped by them.
Dates of Materials
- 2019 March 13
- Zaremba, Stacey (Interviewee, Person)
- Fraivillig, Julia (Interviewer, Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Stacey Zaremba (b. 1960) was born in Brooklyn, New York. She attended school there, eventually earning her PhD in Psychology from Fordham University. She later moved to Pennsylvania when she joined the faculty of Moravian College in 1989.
There, Zaremba is very involved with women's issues. She is the director of the Women's Studies department, having established when she first arrived. Zaremba's experimental psychology has focused on the psychology of gender, and she introduces those ideas into research of feminist pedagogy.
Zaremba has been involved in many organizations over her career including the YWCA in Bethlehem and multiple chapters of the American Association of University Women.
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Language of Materials
Part of the Sophia Smith Collection of Women's History Repository
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