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This collection contains newspaper and magazine articles, materials for prospective majors, news releases, black and white photographs, class notes, course syllabi, and mid-year and final exam questions.
This collection includes department files, materials describing the hostory of the department, newspaper and magazine articles, pamphlets, and black and white photographs, as well as materials pertaining to personnell searches.
The Department of English records contain materials describing the history and work of the department. Types of materials include course syllabi, correspondence, meeting minutes, newsletters, photographs, handbooks, and assorted typescripts and fliers. Meeting minutes provide a look at the administration of the department, while the scope of the academic material can be discovered through the numerous syllabi.
The Department of Exercise and Sport Studies (ESS) began at Smith College in 1895 under a different name and received its current title in 1982. The department deals with the academic side of sports at Smith College and its collection records contain ledgers, photographs, budget records, many office files, and Adult Fitness Camp files.
The Department of French Studies began in 1894 at Smith College. Its records contain documents pertaining to the function of the department including photographs, meeting minutes, budgets, event programming, and course syllabi.
The Department of Geology began at Smith College in 1876 and the number of courses quickly grew. Today, the department includes, as part of course teaching elements, an extensive mineral collection as well as numerous field trips. The collection contains donation records, field trip records, lecture notes, maps, and newspaper articles..
The German Studies Department at Smith College was established in 1894. The Department records, 1900s-1980s, contain materials describing the department's courses as well as its theatrical performances. Types of materials include black and white photographs of students and faculty, course syllabi, mid-year and final exam questions, news releases, and programs from theatrical performances.
In 1919, Smith College established the History and Government Department. By 1921, the department's name changed to the Government Department.These records contains course syllabi, mid-year and final exam questions, black and white photographs, news releases, and department announcements.
The records contain some historical documents on the teaching of history at Smith College, general records of the History Department and reading lists and course lists for the department. There are documents related to the Mendenhall Prize in History and on the symposium "Faces of Tradition" in honor of Klemens von Klemperer held April 2-4, 1987.
The Department of Italian Language and Literature began at Smith College in 1880 and quickly expanded its program to include many courses, as well as a year of study abroad which has been offered for nearly a century. The collection contains records from both its domestic activites and those abroad, including many files of chairperson Guiseppei Velli, honors theses, Junior Year Abroad files, photos, and reel-to-reel tapes.
This collection consists of a flyer advertising a department lecture.
The Mathematics Department at Smith College was established in 1894. This collection contains material describing the department's courses and Mathematics Club and includes black and white photographs, meeting minutes, mid-year and final exam questions, course syllabi, and department budgets and announcements..
The Department of Physical Plant, now called the Department of Facilities Management, is responsible for most of the work involved in maintaining, repairing and altering Smith’s residential, academic and administrative buildings.These records include contracts, correspondence with unions and others, and annual reports.
The first psychology course was offered at Smith College in the fall of 1878. These records contain information about the Smith College Department of Psychology's history, academic courses, including syllabi and examinations, and finances. Also included is information on events sponsored by the department and the students' Psychology Club. Types of materials include typescripts, photographs, and news clippings.
This collection contains black and white photographs, course syllabi, mid-year and final exam questions, news releases, and newspaper articles.
The Smith College Sociology and Anthropology Department existed until approximately 1990 when when two separate departments, the Department of Anthropology and the Department of Sociology were created. These records consist of administrative files, syllabi, examination questions, and departmental meeting minutes.
The Department of Sociology records contain material accumulated by various professors and Department heads during the life of the department over many decades, including correspondence, lecture notes, reports, honors exams, and course syllabi. A small amount of material from when Sociology was part of the Sociology and Anthropology Department is included.
The Spanish Department at Smith College was established in 1902. This collection contains materials describing the department's courses, clubs, and dramatic performances.
The theatre program at Smith offers courses in acting, directing, design, playwriting, literature, history, and dramatic theory. Numerous productions are given each season and, off-stage, theatre facaulty and staff sponsor guest workshops, lectures, and presentations. The department's records contain a majority of production files, but also chairperson files, exams, syllabi, general department files, scrapbooks, posters, set and costume designs, and photos.
DES Action USA is a national consumer advocacy group, whose mission is to educate and raise awareness about diethylstilbestrol (DES), an oral synthetic estrogen drug; and support and advocate for the DES-exposed population. The DES Action USA records are primarily comprised of materials documenting the activities, programs, and projects of the organization.
Musician; Photographer; Artist; Theater worker. Papers consist primarily of Davies' photographs of individuals and groups, musicians, artists, political activists in the civil rights, peace, anti-poverty, and feminist events (marches, demonstrations, conferences, etc.); celebrities, musicians, politicians, and street people. Included is material related to her publication Photojourney: Photographs; fliers, broadsides; memorabilia; and artwork.
News Director of Smith College. Collection contains biographical material, personal journals, publications, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
The collection documents the work of Diana Beach, an Episcopal priest, including subject files and publications pertaining to women in religion and women's rights issues she encountered in her ministerial work, notably such family issues as alcoholism, divorce, and domestic violence; sex discrimination; and violence against women.
Diana Elizabeth Hamilton Russell (November 6, 1938 - July 28, 2020) was an activist, researcher, author, professor, and public speaker specializing in sexual violence against women in the United States and South Africa. She was one of the foremost experts on the subject of her time. The Diana Russell papers document Russell’s professional career and also contain a significant amount of biographical material with a particular focus on her family, childhood, and marriage.
Contains correspondence, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, press releases and photographs about distinguished visitors to Smith College.
The Dixon-Clark family papers contain photographs, newspaper articles, and correspondence regarding the private and social lives of various members of the family.