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WS 2294_03 : Feminist Rhetorics: Archives
This course considers a range of historical and contemporary views of feminist rhetorics—including texts from/about women and feminist rhetors as well as key texts about the development of the field.
To get full access to the nytimes.com website create an account at the site linked above using your Transy.edu email address. More information on signing up is available at http://youtu.be/NROcngiF_uY. The Archive is available at New York Times Archive through Proquest.
Part of a community outreach program at the University of Kentucky that seeks to collaborate with any interested individuals or organizations who wish to focus on the participation of Kentucky women in the twentieth century civil rights era.
Promotes women’s and social justice issues in the local spheres of the Barnard College community and academic and activist networks in New York City, as well as having a voice in national and transnational feminist organizing and research.
The Breckinridge Research Room is the place to go for physical access to rare books, archival collections, and oral histories. It is not required to make an appointment prior to your visit but many collections are stored off-site. Advanced notice will ensure that the materials you want are here for your visit.