Members of the Associated Women Students pose in Kittredge Hall, 1954. Image Source: A Sound Past
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Start with these resources to begin research about the development of the Gender & Queer Studies Department and gendered experience on campus.
Spring 2020 update:
The Archives & Special Collections is currently unable to host in-person researchers. If you need assistance or would like to set up a virtual appointment, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A small selection of digitized material from the Archives & Special Collections is available online 24/7.
In addition to open hours, the Archives & Special Collections are available by appointment. A few things to be aware of when visiting the Archives & Special Collections:
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Labels should show authority and knowledge, but have a less formal tone than you might use in an academic paper or article. Be sure to keep your audience in mind, and to place materials in context. For each label, consider what the take-away or message is for the viewer. Use this to frame your writing.