Women in higher education
Found in 121 Collections and/or Records:
Professor of Philosophy. Her work on logic, language, skepticism, epistemology, Wittgenstein, and Wittgenstein contemporary G. E. Moore earned her a respected place in 20th-century philosophy. Contains biographical material, course syllabi, unpublished lectures, and publications spanning the later portions of Lazerowitz's career.
Class of 1885, Professor of Philosophy. Collection contains biographical material, correspondence, critiques, photographs and publications.
Assistant Director, School for Social Work. Collection contains albums, forms, obituaries, photographs, and publications documenting the professional work of Annette Marie Garrett.
Barbara Honeyman Heath Roll was an anthropologist. Her papers include diaries, notes, correspondence, biographical articles, writings, printed material, photographs, research material, and an oral histoty. Much of the collection is comprised of field notes, photographs and somatotypes taken in the village of Pere in Papua New Guinea, where Roll worked with Margaret Mead, 1966 and 1975.
The collection documents the professional and personal life of Dian Fossey, a scientist studying gorillas in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (then Zaire).
Professor of French and Spanish. Collection contains biographical materials, correspondence, lecture notes, photographs, and publications.
This collection documents the research insterests, professional career and personal life of Caroline Heminway Kierstead, a professor of geology at Smith College. Materials include correspondence, publications, diaries, and photographs.
Papers of Charity Cannon Willard, biographer of early French feminist and author Christine de Pizan (1363-1440). Included are writings by Charity Cannon Willard and others about Christine de Pizan and microfilmed manuscripts and other source materials collected by Willard.
Historian; Professor; Author. Small collection of her correspondence, research notes, and a typescript of chapter from her book: Eli Whitney and the Birth of American Technology (1956), as well as research materials on McLaughlin gathered by Letilia Peterson.
News Director of Smith College. Collection contains biographical material, personal journals, publications, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
Professor, administrator, trustee, consultant. Contains correspondence, writings, photographs, and memorabilia.
Editor-in-Chief of the Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Contains biographical materials, correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, speeches, and publications.
The Education Collection includes bibliographies, reports, papers, articles, biographies, textbooks, teaching materials, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, conference programs, proposals, scholarly papers, course syllabi and correspondence pertaining to women's education.
This collection consists of materials about women and philanthropy gathered by Eleanor Brilliant, including annual reports, surveys, pamphlets, and press releases for local, state and national women's philanthropic agencies including the Women's Funding Network.
Professor of Latin, noted philologist and historian. The majority of the Eleanor Shipley Duckett Papers is related to Duckett's professional life and her research, but there is also biographical information and some personal correspondence.
Eleanor Terry Lincoln was a Professor of English at Smith College from 1934 to 1968. Her papers contain correspondence, course material, news clippings, photographs, publications, and notes documenting her work at Smith.
Elisabeth Anthony Dexter was a professor and historian. Her papers include notes and manuscripts for Colonial Women of Affairs and Career Women of America; an 1837 letter from English author Eliza Cook to the (London) Literary Gazette with notes by Dexter; and correspondence and proposals from the Austrian League for the United Nations.
Professor of English, author, and critic. Collection contains biographical material, correspondence, lecture notes, and published works.
Elizabeth Deering Hanscom was a professor of English at Smith College. Her papers contain correspondence, news clippings, photographs, and publications by and about Professor Hanscom primarily regarding her professional life.
Theologian; Writer. Papers contain lecture notes, writings, and articles and clippings about women and women's issues.
Elizabeth Erikson Hopkins is Professor Emerita of Anthropology at Smith College. These papers consist primarily of Elizabeth Erickson's professional papers during the time she taught at Smith including materials for her classes on Africa and Third World politics, as well as research materials primarily on Ugandan Court records.
Contains photographs, newspaper clippings, syllabi and published articles related to the professional life of Elizabeth Kemper Adams.
The collection contains personal and professional papers reflecting Elizabeth Kennedy's role as one of the pioneers in the field of Women's Studies and LGBTQ Studies as well as her activism, both in Buffalo, NY and in Arizona. Especially well documented is the emergence of Women's Studies as a viable academic field, as well as the opening up of American Studies and cultural anthropology.
Contains research note books, correspondence, academic publications, a master’s thesis, and class notes by Elizabeth Warren Olmstead, class of 1931 and instructor in geology.