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Women's Center Records
Scope and Contents
There are also programming materials, presentations, event posters, and videotapes of events and speakers at the Women's Center, as well as the web crawls documenting the Women's Center's presence on the web. The collection also contains non-Tufts publications concerning the women's movement and women's issues more generally.
- Majority of material found within 1970 -- 2010
- 1964 -- 2020
- Women's Center (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
Biographical / Historical
The Women's Center's mission statement follows: "The mission of the Tufts University Women's Center is to advance the personal growth and intellectual development of all students, and especially women, particularly on issues related to women and gender. We are committed to fostering student leadership and helping students identify and understand societal structures that relate to issues of power, privilege, and oppression as well as providing resources to graduate students, faculty and staff, alumni, and parents. In this pursuit, the center offers programming, advising, information, and resources about women, men, and gender that are informed by other aspects of identity such as race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and socioeconomic class."
22.63 Linear Feet (19 boxes)
32 Digital Object(s)
7 folders (7 oversized folders)
Language of Materials
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Web sites were crawled by Archive-It; web crawl information updated in finding aid annually.
2017 accessions were processed by Leah Edelman in 2017. Materials were placed in archival boxes and loose materials were placed in folders where needed. Received order was maintained. A box level inventory and series-level description were created and the finding aid was updated at the time of processing
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