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Gender and society

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Augustana College Department of Women's and Gender Studies records

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Identifier: MSS 69
Abstract The Augustana College Women’s and Gender Studies program was founded in 1985. The program uses an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates the offerings of many different departments at the College—English, History, Political Science, Religion, and Sociology—to explore issues of gender, power, and sexuality. The Augustana College Department of Women’s and Gender Studies records, 1976-2011 and undated, contains meeting minutes, correspondence, clippings, ephemera, and other papers...
Dates: 1976-2011 and undated

Augustana PRISM Alliance records

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Identifier: MSS 362
Abstract

The Augustana PRISM Alliance provided support to Augustana College students of all sexulaites and genders. The group also worked to educate the campus community about issues faced by the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) community. The Augustana PRISM Alliance records, 2004-2009 and undated, consists of one faculty advisor's binder with the group's constitution, meeting minutes, financial records, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and ephemera.

Dates: 2004-2009

Mattie McClane (Kristine Kaiser) papers

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Identifier: MSS 329
Abstract

Mattie McClane (legally, Kristine Kaiser) is a novelist, poet, and journalist from Moline, Illinois. The papers largely include creative writings and newspaper columns produced during her education and writing career.

Dates: 1983-2023 and undated

National Organization for Women (Quad Cities Chapter) records

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Identifier: MSS 310
Abstract The Quad Cities chapter of the National Organization for Women (QC NOW) began in August 1970 with a few women who organized a teach-in on women's rights. The group has campaigned for a variety of feminist and women's rights issues, including the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution, legalization of abortion access and preservation of reproductive rights, and sexual assault prevention. The National Organization for Women (Quad Cities Chapter) records,...
Dates: 1966-2004 and undated