Women authors, American
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Dolores Klaich (1936–2023) was a lesbian author of fiction and non-fiction and an teacher of human sexuality and HIV/AIDS. She was also a co-founder of the East End Gay Organization (EEGO) on Long Island and was active in various gay and lesbian causes. The Dolores Klaich papers consist of Klaich's writings, teaching materials on human sexuality and HIV/AIDS, and her files relating to various lesbian causes and organizations she was involved in.
Author, Professor, Religious Studies, Feminist. Plaskow is a Professor of Religious Studies at Manhattan College in New York. Her scholarly interests focus on contemporary religious thought with a specialization in Jewish feminist theology. In addition to co-founding the Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, Plaskow has written and edited several significant books in the field.
Lesléa Newman is an American author and editor whose writing explores lesbian, feminist, and Jewish themes and their intersection. The collection contains materials documenting her professional career as a writer, speaker, and teacher, including drafts of writing, correspondence, speeches, and audiovisual material.
Author, Musician, Teacher. The Linda Schein Greenebaum Papers cover the years from her childhood until the present and provide an intimate perspective on the self-described "over-educated and under-distinguished" musician, teacher, writer, and mother. Materials include biographical material, correspondence, writings, diaries, and family history.
Pat Schneider, a poet, author and writing teacher, was the founder of Amherst Writers and Artists in Amherst, Massachusetts. These papers include Schneider’s journals, writings (published, unpublished, and drafts), teaching materials, and correspondence. Writings include plays, poetry, writing exercises, publication drafts, college papers, autobiographical works, and essays. Also included are several recordings of readings and some photographs.
Rachel Lyman Field is primarily remembered as a children's writer, but also wrote adult fiction, poetry and plays. This collection of Rachel Field’s papers include manuscripts of her poems, postcards and greeting cards and other print ephemera, including some of Field’s draft illustrations. Also included in the collection are items relating to her husband, Arthur S. Pederson, as well as a collection of book jackets from Field’s published works.