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Special Collections: Guide to the Marli Weiner Papers

Collection title:  Marli Weiner papers
Collection number:  SpC MS 1735
Dates of collection:  1988-2004
Size of collection: 12 boxes (11 cubic ft.)

Provenance: 
Items were transferred to the Special Collections Department from the Women's Studies Department in 2012.

Restrictions on access and use: 
Box 12 is closed until 2037.  Stored in the library's remote storage area.  One week's notice requested for access.

Related Materials:
Those interested in this collection may also want to request the department's faculty / staff file for Marli Weiner which contains an obituary and newsclippings.

Biographical Note

Marli Frances Weiner was born January 9, 1953, in Brooklyn, New York, the daughter of Walter and Phyllis (Hirsch) Weiner. She was raised primarily in Stamford, Connecticut, and received her undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University, a master's degree in history from Sarah Lawrence College, and a doctorate in history from the University of Rochester in 1986. Dr. Weiner taught at Cornell University, St. Lawrence College, the University of Vermont, Grinnell College and the University of New Hampshire before accepting a position in 1988 as a professor of history at the University of Maine. She died of cancer March 2, 2009, in Bangor, Maine.

Dr. Weiner's published books include Mistresses and Slaves: Plantation Women in South Carolina, 1830-1880; A Heritage of Woe: The Civil War Diary of Grace Brown Elmore; My House Has Been a Hospital: The Experience of Illness in the Antebellum South; and a book edited for publication following her death, published in 2012, Sex, Sickness, and Slavery: Illness in the Antebellum South. She also edited a volume for the University of Maine Press titled Of Place and Gender: Women in Maine History. Courses taught included 19th century history, women's history, history of the South, and African-American history.

Scope and Content Note

Many of the source files include Dr. Weiner's research notes and provide page numbers, quotations, and responses to each text. Other source files, listed by title and author, contain photocopied and clipped articles but no annotation. The manuscript of Sex, Sickness, and Slavery in Series 3 is a considerably more extensive draft than what was published after editing.  Additional material in this collection relates to professional associations, course development and teaching, and the process of tenure and promotion.

Contents

Box 1

Series 1: Body Sources

f 1-1  Gynecological disease
f 1-2  Menstruation
f 1-3  Pregnancy
f 1-4  Miscarriage and abortion
f 1-5  Childbirth
f 1-6  Lactation
f 1-7  Children and babies
f 1-8  Travel of women
f 1-9  Weather
f 1-10  Description of illness
f 1-11  Death of black children; death of white children
f 1-12  Death of white adults; death of slave adults
f 1-13  Reluctance to admit illness; explanations of illness; mind-body connections
f 1-14  Dentistry
f 1-15  Infanticide; attendance at bedside
f 1-16  Epidemics; vaccination
f 1-17  Remedies, alternative remedies
f 1-18  Health technology
f 1-19  Venereal diseases, gynechological diseases
f 1-20  Oddities; white relations with doctors
f 1-21  Physician / folk practices; ilness and slave work
f 1-22  Impact of white illness on slaves; slave-white conflict
f 1-23  Domestic medicine manuals over illness, death
f 1-24  Breast feeding, weaning
f 1-25  Doctors point of view; female physicians; medical experts
f 1-26  Care for sick slaves, calling physicians for slaves, slaveholder conflice, slave interaction
f 1-27  Attending children
f 1-28  Advice from mothers, other female kin, friends; female constitution
f 1-29  Emotional health, sickness
f 1-30  Clothing; health and tobacco; religion
f 1-31  White and black medical differences
f 1-32  Care by mistress and masters; care for white adults
f 1-33  Technology
f 1-34  Sick houses, hospitals
f 1-35  Conjure; gender ambiguity
f 1-36  Physician - patient relations
f 1-37  Superstitions
f 1-38  Articles: folklore, exercise, violence and language

Seres 2: Southern Women sources

f 1-39  Smythe, Poppenheim, Taylor, Southern Carolina Women in the Confederacy v. 1
f 1-40  Smythe, Poppenheim, Taylor, Southern Carolina Women in the Confederacy v. 2
f 1-41  Amy Sweeter 1920s Lady's Annual Register and Housewife's Almanac 1842 / other papers and articles
f 1-42  Memoir of Sally Elmore Taylor
f 1-43  Keystone articles from 1900-1913
f 1-44  Keystone articles from 1900-1913 continued
f 1-45  Seth Smith papers
f 1-46  Elvira E. Moffitt papers
f 1-47  Susan Bradford Eppes, The Old Negro of the South
f 1-48  Butler papers
f 1-49  Mrs. John Anderson, War Between the States
f 1-50  Mary Poppenhelm, Ladies Benevolent Society

Box 2

f 2-1  Eliza Hall Parsley, Parsley papers
f 2-2  John M. Richardson, The Lost Cause
f 2-3  Confederal Reminiscences
f 2-4  William Clark papers
f 2-5  Annie Laurie (Harris) Broidrick recollections
f 2-6  United Daughters of the Confederacy, Ch. 60
f 2-7  Cotton family papers
f 2-8  Archbell papers
f 2-9  Misc. papers

Series 3: Manuscript, notes and revisions for book Sex, Sickness and Slavery: Illness in the Antebellum South

f 2-10  Correspondence related to the book
f 2-11  Introduction
f 2-12  Chapter 1, constructing Race
f 2-13  Chapter 1 continued
f 2-14  Chapter 2, Constructing Sex
f 2-15  Chapter 2 continued
f 2-16  Chapter 3, Placed Bodies
f 2-17  Chapter 3 continued
f 2-18  Chapter 4, Bodies in Question: Liminal Bodies
f 2-19  Chapter 4 continued
f 2-20  Chapter 5, Conscious Body
f 2-21  Chapter 5 continued
f 2-22  Chapter 6, the Diseased Body
f 2-23  Chapter 7, the Unexamined Body
f 2-24  Draft of Introduction and Conclusion

Box 3

Series 4: Published Reference Sources / Articles

f 3-1  Abernathy, Molli C., Southern Women, Social Reconstruction
f 3-2  Ackerknecht, Erwin, Anticontagionism between 1821-1867
f 3-3  Adams, William, Health and Medical Care
f 3-4  Allen, Phyllis, Etiological Theory in America Prior to the Civil War
f 3-5  Anderson, Mary, Doing Feminism
f 3-6  Andrews, William D. & Deborah C., Technology and the Housewife
f 3-7  Arthur, Marylin B., Women in Classical Antiquity
f 3-8  Atlas, James, The Loose Canon
f 3-9  Axelson, Diana E., Women As Victims of Medical Experimentation
f 3-10  Barlow and Powell, A Dedicated Medical Student
f 3-11  Bassett, Victor H., Plantation Medicine
f 3-12  Beecher, Catharine E.
f 3-13  Bellows, Barbara, Insanity Is the Disease of Civilization
f 3-14  Berlin, Ira, Afro-American Families
f 3-15  Berman, Paul, The Other and the Almost
f 3-16  Benston, Margaret, Economy of Womens Liberation
f 3-17  Blake, John, Women and Medicine in Ante-Bellum America
f 3-18  Boney, F.N., Slaves as Guinea Pigs
f 3-19  Boswell, John, Towards the Long View
f 3-20  Botkin, Ben, The Slave as His Own Interpreter
f 3-21  Bouce, Paul-Gabriel, Imagination, Pregnant Women, and Monsters
f 3-22  Breeden, James, Thomsonianism in Virginia
f 3-23  Brewster, L., on resorts
f 3-24  Bridenthal, Renate, The Effects of Women's History
f 3-25  Briere, Eloise A., Excision as a Way of Seeing and Franco-American bibliographies
f 3-26  Brinkley, Alan, Writing the History of Contemporary America
f 3-27  Brown, Elsa Barkley, What Has Happened Here
f 3-28  Brown, Victoria B., Working Out of Salvation
f 3-29  Brown, Gillian, Domestic Politics in Uncle Tom's Cabin
f 3-30  Bullough & Voght, Homosexuality and its Confusion
f 3-31  Bullough & Voght, Women, Menstruation and 19th Century Medicine
f 3-32  Buice, David, All Alone and No One to Cheer Me
f 3-33  Buenger, Walter L., Enduring Problems in Interpretation of Post Annexation Texas Politics
f 3-34  Bunkle, Phillida, Sentimental Womanhood and Domestic Education
f 3-35  Burnham, John, The Progressive ERA Revolution
f 3-36  Burne, Chester, Malpractice Suits in American Medicine Before the Civil War
f 3-37  Bushman and Bushman, Early History of Cleanliness in America
f 3-38  Bynum, William, Chronic Alcoholism int he First Half of the 19th Century
f 3-39  Cadwallader and Wilson, Folklore Medicine Among Georgia's Piedmont
f 3-40  Campbell, John, Work, Pregnancy and Infant Mortality
f 3-41  Carby, Hazel V., African American Studies
f 3-42  Carlson, Eric, 19th Century Insanity and Poverty
f 3-43  Carnegie, Andrew, The Responsibilities of Wealth
f 3-44  Carrigan, Jo Ann, Impact of Epidemic Yellow Fever
f 3-45  Cartwright, Samuel, several articles
f 3-46  Caruthers, William, Letters to and From, Chronicler of the Cavaliers
f 3-47  Charon, Rita, To Build a Case
f 3-48  Chauncey, George Jr., From Sexual Inversion to Homosexuality
f 3-49  Clark, Elizabeth, The Sacred Rights of the weak
f 3-50  Coelho, Philip R.P., African and European Bound Labor (and other items)
f 3-51  Collins, Jane, Women's Studies Research Seminar
f 3-52  Compton, Bobby D., Cooperation through Missions
f 3-53  Cowl, Margaret, Economic Role of the Housewife
f 3-54  Clinton, Catherine, Remembrance of Things Imagined
f 3-55  Cooper, William, Hisotry of the Radical Mastectomy
f 3-56  Cox, Robert, Theda Skocpool's Contribution to Comparative Politics
f 3-57  Cruikshank, Margaret, Lesbian Writing: An Overview
f 3-58  Crumpacker, Laurie, Integrating the Curriculum
f 3-59  Curtain, Philip D., The Image of Africa
f 3-60  Curtis, Moses Ashley, The Unity of the Human Race
f 3-61  Dancis, Bruce, Socialism and Women in the U.s. 1900-1917
f 3-62  Davies, Margery, Woman's Place is at the Typewriter
f 3-63  Davis, Angela, The Black Woman's Role
f 3-64  Deegan, Mary Jo, Dear Love, Dear Love
f 3-65  Derber, Charles, Proletarianization of the Professional
f 3-66  Deming, Barbara, Two Perspecitves on Women's Struggle
f 3-67  Devl, Mahasweta, Draupadi
f 3-68  Diffley, Kathleen, Roots of TARA: Making War Civil
f 3-69  Dionne-Morang, Diana, The World of Dr. Frank Whittier
f 3-70  Ditz, Toby, New Men's History and the Peculiar Absence of Gendered Power
f 3-71  Duberman, Martin, Gay in the Fifties
f 3-72  Dubisch, Jill, Low Country Fever
f 3-73  Duffy, John, Sectional Conflict and Medical Education in Louisiana, Medical Practice in the South
f 3-74  Dworkin, Andrea, The Promise of the Ultra Right
f 3-75  Dwyer, Ellen, A Historical Perspective
f 3-76  Dye and Smith, Mother Love and Infant Death
f 3-77  Ebert, Myrl, Rise and Development of the American Medical Periodical, 1797-1850
f 3-78  Ebrenreich, Barbara, The Manufacture of Housework
f 3-79  Eckert, Jack, Every Prospect of a Healthy Summer
f 3-80  Elshtain, Jean Bethke, Reflections on War and Political Discourse
f 3-81  England, Paula, Separative Self
f 3-82  Epstein, Julia L., Writing the Unspeakable

Box 4

f 4-1  Falderman, Lillain, Love Between Women in 1928
f 4-2  Falk, Leslie, Black Abolitionists, Doctors, and Healers
f 4-3  Faragher, John, History from the Inside Out
f 4-4  Fee, Elizabeth, 19th Century Craniology
f 4-5  Fee, Elizabeth, Women's Nature
f 4-6  Ferneyhough, Beatrice, Confinement of Women to Housework
f 4-7  Fisher, Walter, Physicians and Slaverty in the Antebellum, Southern Medical Journal
f 4-8  Foner, Eric, Why is There No Socialism
f 4-9  Fort, Tomlin, M.D.
f 4-10  Fournier, Connie
f 4-11  Fox, Betsey, Genovese's New Left Review
f 4-12  Frankel, Noralee, Southern Side of Glory
f 4-13  Gabaccia, Donna, Teaching the History of Immigration
f 4-14  Gage, Frances D., Reminiscences
f 4-15  Gardiner, Jean, Women's Domestic Labour
f 4-16  Gardiner, Judith, Feminist Methodologies
f 4-17  Gaskell, Jane, Conception of Skill and the Work
f 4-18  Gates, Henry Jr., The Fugitive
f 4-19  Gavins, Raymond, the Meaning of Freedom
f 4-20  Genovese, newspaper clippings and articles
f 4-21  Gerstein, Ira, Domestic Work and Capitalism
f 4-22  Gilbert, Arthur, Doctor, Patient, and Oanist Diseases in the 19th Century
f 4-23  Gilbert, Sandra, Costumes of the Mind
f 4-24  Gilman and Stepan, Appropriating the Idioms of Science
f 4-25  Goggin, Jacqueline, Politics, Patriotism & Professionalism
f 4-26  Goldfield, David, Business of Health Planning
f 4-27  Goodson, Martha, Medical-Botanical Contributions of African Slave Women
f 4-28  Gordon, Michael, From an Unfortunate Necessity
f 4-29  Gosling, Ray, The Right to Be Sick
f 4-30  Grahn, Judy, A Woman Is Talking To Death
f 4-31  Grant de Pauw, Linda, Land of the Unfree
f 4-32  Graves, A.J., Women In America
f 4-33  Green, Jack P., Search for Identity
f 4-34  Greenberg, David, Richard's Hofstadter's Tradition
f 4-35  Greenburg, Kenneth, The Meaning of Death in Slave Society
f 4-36  Greenburg, Kenneth S., Nose the Lie and the Duel
f 4-37  Grier, S.L., Negro and His Disease
f 4-38  Grigg, Susan, Working Women in Pre-Industrial Cities
f 4-39  Grimke, Sarah M., Marriage
f 4-40  Grob, Gerald, Social History of Medicine, class Ethnicity and Race in America
f 4-41  Gross, Areila, Litigating Whiteness
f 4-42  Groth, Michael, Slaveholders, Manumission
f 4-43  Gubar, Susan, Blessings in Disguise
f 4-44  Guillory, J., Pro-Slavery Arguments of Dr. Samuel Cartwright
f 4-45  Hacker, Helen Mayer, Women as a Minority Group
f 4-46  Hall, Jacquelyn, Disorderly Women: Gender and Labor
f 4-47  Hall, Richard, They All Fought at Bull Run
f 4-48  Haller, John Jr., Physician versus Negro
f 4-49  Hammer, Jalna, Gendering Research on Men's Violence to Women
f 4-50  Harding, Sandra, Eurocentric Scientific Illiteracy
f 4-51  Hardy, Michael, Gilmore Not Honoring Southerners
f 4-52  Hare, E., Mastubatory Insanity
f 4-53  Hareven, Tamara K., Family Time and Industrial Time
f 4-54  Harriss, Juriah, What Constitutes Unsoundness in the Negro?
f 4-55  Harrison, John, Political Economy of Housework
f 4-56  Harvey, Brett, The Fifties
f 4-57  Haug, Morals Also Have Two Genders
f 4-58  Hawkins, A., Two Pathographies
f 4-59  Hawkins, Denise, Addie and Rebecca
f 4-60  Hearn, J., Violence of Men
f 4-61  Tales of O. Henry
f 4-62  Heilbrun, Carolyn, Life After A Tenured Position
f 4-63  Higginbotham, Evelyn Brooks, African-American Women's History
f 4-64  Hill, Patricia, Invisible Labours: Mill Work and Motherhood
f 4-65  Hines, Darlene Clark, Making of Black Women in America
f 4-66  History, two issues of American History magazine, one focused on Medicine, the other on Sexuality
f 4-67  Hitchens, Christopher, Goodbye to All That
f 4-68  Holmes, William F., Populism: In Search of Context
f 4-69  Holt, J.
f 4-70  Holt, Thomas, Marking: Race, Race-making
f 4-71  Horsman, Reginal, The Good Years
f 4-72  Howe, John, Republican Thought and the Political
f 4-73  Huisman, Kim, Dress Matters: Change and Continuity
f 4-74  Humphrey, D., Dissection and Discrimination
f 4-75  Humphreys, Margaret, Malaria: Poverty, Race, and Public Health
f 4-76  Hurston, Zora, A Society of One
f 4-77  Iannone, Carol, Turning from Truth to More Dubious Pursuits
f 4-78  Inman, Mary, In Woman's Defense
f 4-79  Italian family, A Flexible Tradition: south Italizn Immigrants

Box 5

f 5-1  James, Selma, Woman, The Unions, and Work
f 5-2  Jacobs, Sylvia M., Three Afro-American Women
f 5-3  Jennings, Samuel, M.D., A compendium
f 5-4  Jensen, Joan, Death of Rosa: Sexuality
f 5-5  Jensen, Joan, Native American Women
f 5-6  Johnson, Kenneth, Kate Gordon and the Woman Suffrage Movement in the South
f 5-7  Johnson, Michael P., Planters and Patriarchy
f 5-8  Johnston, Jill, Lesbian / Feminism Reconsidered
f 5-9  Jones, Gordon W.
f 5-10  Jones, J., Violence Against Black Women
f 5-11  Jordan, Weymount T., Plantation Medicine in the Old South
f 5-12  Kaufman, Martin, Medicine and Slavery
f 5-13  Keller, Evelyn Fox, Feminism and Science
f 5-14  Kelly-Gadol, Joan, History and the Social Relation... and Effects
f 5-15  Kennard, Lesbian Readers
f 5-16  Kessler Harris, Alice
f 5-17  Kilbride, Daniel, Southern Medical Students
f 5-18  Kincaid, Jamaica, The New Yorker, February 1989
f 5-19  Kincaid, Jamaica, Plant Parenthood
f 5-20  King, Nancy M.P., Patient Stories, Doctor Stories
f 5-21  Kirsch, Gesa E.
f 5-22  Klein, Renate and Anna Kwiatkowska
f 5-23  Kleinberg, Susan, Technology Diffusion
f 5-24  Kleinberg, Technology and Women's Work
f 5-25  Kleinman, Arthur, The Meanings of Symptoms and Disorders
f 5-26  Kafka, Joseph, Notes on Medical Practice
f 5-27  Krieger, Nancy, Shades of Difference
f 5-28  Kushner, 19th Century Sexuality and Progressive ERA
f 5-29  Lachance, Slave Community Paradigm
f 5-30  Lacy and Harrell, Plantation Home Remedies
f 5-31  Lahr, John, Charm's Way
f 5-32  Langellier, Kristin M., You're Marked
f 5-33  Laqueur, Thomas, Bodies, Details and the Human
f 5-34  Larguia and Dumoulin, Toward a Science of Women's Liberation
f 5-35  Larson, C. Kay, Bonny Yank and Ginny Reb.
f 5-36  Lasch, Christopher, newspaper clippings
f 5-37  Lasch, Christopher, What the Dr. Ordered and newspaper clippings
f 5-38  Lears, T.J. Jackson, Concept of Cultural Hegemony
f 5-39  Leavitt, Rise, Numbers, Medicine Without Doctors
f 5-40  Leavitt, Judy, A Worrying Profession
f 5-41  Lebstock, Suzanne, Free Black Women and the Question
f 5-42  Lebstock, Suzanne, Women and Economics
f 5-43  LeBlanc, Charlotte B., History and Mission of the Federation Feminine Frano-Americaine
f 5-44  Legan, Marshall, Disease and the Freedmen
f 5-45  LeGuin, Ursula, Sur
f 5-46  Lemisch, Jack Tar in the Streets
f 5-47  Leloudis, J., Antebellum Womanhood
f 5-48  Leonard, John, newspaper clippings
f 5-49  Lerner, Gerda, several articles and newspaper clippings
f 5-50  Lewis, Jan, Sally Has Been Sick
f 5-51  Lindquist, Lisa, Images of Alice: Gender, Deviancy
f 5-52  Liu, Tessie, Teaching the Differences
f 5-53  Litoff, J.B., articles
f 5-54  Litwack, Leon F., Forgotten Heroes of Freedom
f 5-55  Longo, Lawrence, Electrotherapy in Gynecology
f 5-56  Lorde, A., The Master's Tools Will Never Dismantle
f 5-57  Lumer, On the Economic Status of the Housewife
f 5-58  Lynd, Straughton on Jane Addams
f 5-59  Maglin, Vide to Florence
f 5-60  Malcolm, Janet, A House of One's Own (Woolf)
f 5-61  Marius, Richard, Musings on the Mysteries
f 5-62  Massey, M. Elizabeth on Ella Thomas
f 5-63  McCandless, Peter, Mesmerism and Phrenology in Antebellum Charleston
f 5-64  McMillen, Sally G., Antebellum Southern Fathers
f 5-65  McGovern, C., Myths of Social Control and Custodial Oppression
f 5-66  McGown, Thompson, M.D., Diseases of the South
f 5-67  Mechanic, David, The Concept of Illness Behavior
f 5-68  Mechling, Jay, Advice to Historians on Advice
f 5-69  Meigs, Charles, M.D., Sexual Peculiarities
f 5-70  Melder, Ladies Bountiful: Organized Women's Benevolence
f 5-71  Memphis State bibliography
f 5-72  Mendenhall, M., on Southern Women
f 5-73  Mercer, P.M., Tapping the Slave Narrative
f 5-74  Merrens and Terry, Dying in Paradise
f 5-75  Miller, Perry, Errand Into the Wilderness
f 5-76  Mitchell, Martha Carolyn, Health and the Medical Profession
f 5-77  Mitchinson, Wendy
f 5-78  Montgomery, David, Past and Future of Workers' Control
f 5-79  Moore and Clark, Clitoral Conventions and Transgressions
f 5-80  Morantz, Regina, Gender Roles: A Comparative Study
f 5-81  Morgan, Robin, Goodbye To All That
f 5-82  Mosedale, S., Science Corrupted: Victorian Biologists Consider the Woman Question
f 5-83  Morton, Peggy, A Woman's Work is Never Done
f 5-84  Myers, Robert, The Children of Pride

Box 6

f 6-1  Nadelhaft, J., pamphlets and articles
f 6-2  Nadelhaft, R., Journal, Maine Scholar, v. 14, Autumn, 2001
f 6-3  Nash, Gary, Transformation of Urban Politics (1700-1765)
f 6-4  Norton, Mary Beth, The British Americans, ch. 1
f 6-5  Okoye, Nwabueze F., Chattel Slavery as the Nightmare of the American Revolutionaries
f 6-6  Olsen, Tillie, Silences
f 6-7  Olson, Gary A., Women Writing Culture
f 6-8  Paget, Marianne A., Your Son is Cured Now
f 6-9  Paley, Grace, Mom, other articles and newsclippings
f 6-10  Pallett, George, Women's Athletics
f 6-11  Parkhurst, Jessie W., Role of the Black Mammy
f 6-12  Parsons, Gail, Equal Treatment for All
f 6-13  Parton, Sarah Willis, The Ball-Room and the Nursery
f 6-14  Peiss, Kathy, Charity Girls and City Pleasures
f 6-15  Perkins Gilman, Charlotte, A Feminist Struggle with Womanhood
f 6-16  Perry, Lewis, Sexual Advise of Antebellum Radical
f 6-17  Petersen, Kirsten H., First Things First
f 6-18  Phelps, Elizabeth S., Angel Over the Right Shoulder
f 6-19  Pollack, Norman, Fear of Man, Populism, etc.
f 6-20  Pollitt, Katha, Are Women Morally Superior to Men?
f 6-21  Poovey, Mary, Scences of an Indelicate character
f 6-22  Porter, Roy, A Patient's View
f 6-23  Powers, Bernard E., Black Charlestonians
f 6-24  Pratt-Thomas, H.R., Plantation Medicine
f 6-25  Pryse, M., Trans / Feminist Methodology: Bridges to Interdisciplinary Thinking
f 6-26  Quintal, Claire, Franco-American - A composite Picture
f 6-27  Rapp et al., On Family History - Households
f 6-28  Rathbun, Ted A., Health and Disease at a South Carolina Plantation
f 6-29  Raybon, S. Paul, Stick by the Old Paths
f 6-30  Raymond, Janice G., Medicine as Patriarchal Religion
f 6-31  Reinharz, Shulamit, Feminist Experimental Research
f 6-32  Reitano, Joanne, On Working Women's Clubs, late 19th Century
f 6-33  Rich, Adrienne, Claiming an Education
f 6-34  Rich, Adrienne, Compulsory Heterosexuality
f 6-35  Richards, Evelleen, A Political Anatomy of Monsters, Hopeful and Otherwise
f 6-36  Richmond, Phyllis, Glossary of Historical Fever Terminology
f 6-37  Riley, Denise, Does a Sex Have a History?
f 6-38  Rise, Guenter B., Reconstructing Clinical Activities
f 6-39  Roberts, Lawrence, Women in Populism 1888-1892
f 6-40  Roby, Yves, A Portrate of the Female Franco-American
f 6-41  Roodenbury, Herman W., Maternal Imagination, the Fear of Pregnant Women in 17th Century Holland
f 6-42  Rose, Hillary on feminism and science
f 6-43  Rose, Willie Lee, Emergence of American Women
f 6-44  Rosenberg, Charles E., Sexuality, Class and Role in 19th Century America
f 6-45  Ross and Rapp, Sex and Society
f 6-46  Ross, Kristin, World Literature and Cultural Studies Program
f 6-47  Rothschild, Mary Aickin, White Women Volunteer in Freedom
f 6-48  Rupp, Leila J., Imagine My Surprise: Women's Place is in the War
f 6-49  Ryan, Mary P., The Power of Women's Networks
f 6-50  Rygiel, Judith, Threads in Her Hands
f 6-51  Sahli, Nancy, Smashing: Women's Relationships Before the Fall
f 6-52  Salmon, Marylynn, Women and Property in South Carolina
f 6-53  Samuelson, Nancy, Employment of Female Spies
f 6-54  Sauer, R. Attitudes to Abortion in America, 1800-1973
f 6-55  Savitt, Todd L., articles
f 6-56  Savitt, Todd L., articles continued
f 6-57  Sawhill, Mabel, Economic Perspectives on the Family
f 6-58  Schafer, Judith, Open and Notorious Concubinage
f 6-59  Schell, Jonathan, Reflections (on Poland), New Yorker, 3 Feb. 1986
f 6-60  Schiebinger, Londa, Why Mammals are Called Mammals
f 6-61  Schwartz, Judith, Yellow Clover, Katherine Lee
f 6-62  Schwartz, Marie Jenkins, Medical Men and Midwives
f 6-63  Schweickart, Patrocinio P., Feminist Reading
f 6-64  Schweninger, Lois, Doctor Jack, a Slave
f 6-65  Scott, Daniel, Family Limitation, Sexual Control
f 6-66  Scott, Joan, Evidence of Experience
f 6-67  Scott, Kenneth, Slave Insurrection in N.Y.
f 6-68  Scull, Andrew, A Chance to Cut is a Chance to Cure
f 6-69  Secombe, Wally, The House Wife and Her Labour Under Capitalism
f 6-70  Seneca, Gail, A Review of the Making of the Modern Family
f 6-71  Shade, William, A Mental Passion
f 6-72  Shaw, Stephanie, Black Club Women and the Creation of the National Association
f 6-73  Shyrock, Richard, Medical Practice in the Old South
f 6-74  Siddall, A. Clair, Bloodletting in American Obstetric Practice
f 6-75  Simmons, Christina, Companionate Marriage and the Lesbian Threat
f 6-76  Sims, Anastatia, Sisterhoods of Service
f 6-77  Sklar, Kathryn, Syllabus on Women, 1600-1820
f 6-78  Smith, David, A Historical Overveiw of the Recognition of Appendicitis, part 1
f 6-79  Smith, David, Georgia Historical Quarterly, 1992; copies of 1941 articles from History Today
f 6-80  Smith, James, Review of Dr. Cartwright's Report on the Disease

Box 7

f 7-1  Southern Magazine, Dec. 1874
f 7-2  St. Pierre Ruffin, Josephine, She Issued the Call 1842-1924
f 7-3  Stampp, Kenneth M., Booklet, Gettysburg College
f 7-4  Stanton, William, The Leopard's Spots
f 7-5  Stearns, Bertha M., New England Magazines for Ladies 1830-1860
f 7-6  Stearns, Victorian Sexuality: Can Historians Do It Better?
f 7-7  Steckel, Richard H., A Dreadful Childhood, Birth Weights and Infant Mortality Among American Slaves
f 7-8  Steinem, Sex, Lies, and Advertising
f 7-9  Stepan, Nancy, articles
f 7-10  Stimpson, Catharine, Women's Studies and Its Discontents
f 7-11  Stovall, Mary E., To Be, To Do, and To Suffer
f 7-12  Stowe, Steven M., Southern Women's Diary of Cares
f 7-13  Strassman, Diana, Not a Free Market, Methodology
f 7-14  Suitor, J. Jill, Husband's Participation in Childbirth
f 7-15  Sullivan, Robert, Sanguine Practices
f 7-16  Swados, Felice, Negro Health on Ante Bellum Plantations
f 7-17  Swerdlow, Amy, Abolitions Conservative Sisters, Ladies' Day at the Capitol
f 7-18  Swisher, Jacob, The Evolution of Wash Day
f 7-19  Swisshelm, Jane, In Woman's Sphere and Out of It
f 7-20  Szasz, Ferenc M., New York Slave Revolt of 1741
f 7-21  Tanenbaum, Leora, Fear of Feminism
f 7-22  Tatum, Beverly, Talking About Race, Learning About Racism
f 7-23  Taussig, Michael T., Reification and the Consciousness of a Patient
f 7-24  Tax, Meredith, Sound of One Hand Clapping, Paper on Women's Council in the 30s, other writings
f 7-25  Taylor, Elizabeth, Revival and Development of the Woman Suffrage Movement in Georgia
f 7-26  Thelen, David, Wounds Not Scars, other writings
f 7-27  Theriot, Nancy, Women's Voices in the Nineteenth Century
f 7-28  Thomas, M. Carey, Present Tendencies in Women's College, Should Higher Ed of Women Differ from Men?
f 7-29  Thomas, Mary, New Women in Alabama, 1890 to 1920
f 7-30  Thompkins, Jane, Sentimental Power
f 7-31  Tobias and Anderson, Rosie the Riveter?
f 7-32  Tomes, Nancy, The Domesticated Madman
f 7-33  Tourney, Garfield, History of Therapeutic Fashion in Psychiatry, 1800-1966
f 7-34  Towner, Rita, Feminist Perspective, Reshaping Our Vision of the World
f 7-35  Trey, Joan E., Women in the War Economy, World War II
f 7-36  Tubman, Harriet, Essay on Woman-Whipping
f 7-37  Tuttle, William, Labor Conflict and Radical Violence
f 7-38  Tyrell, Ian R., Drink and Temperance in the Antebellum South
f 7-39  Ulrich, Laurel T., Martha's Diary and Mine, The Pink Dialogue and Beyond
f 7-40  Underwood, June, The Civilizers: Women's Organization
f 7-41  Updike, John, magazine article, Is Sex Necessary?
f 7-42  Vanex, Joann, Time Spent In Housework
f 7-43  Woodward, C. Vann, History from Slave Source
f 7-44  Vicinus, Martha, Sexuality and Power: a Review of Current Work
f 7-45  Vickers, Gregory, Models of Womanhood and the Early Woman's Missionary Union
f 7-46  Vogel, Lisa, The Earthly Family
f 7-47  Wall, Bennett H., Medical Care of Ebenezer Pettigrew's Slaves
f 7-48  Wall, L. Lewis, Did J. Marion Sims Deliberately Addict... Patients to Opium
f 7-49  Walters, Ronald, The Erotic South
f 7-50  Wandersee, Winifred D., A New Deal for Youth
f 7-51  Warner, John, Medical Sectarian, Therapeutic Conflict
f 7-52  Waring, Joseph L., Charleston Medicine 1800-1860
f 7-53  Weeks, Jeffrey, Sex, Politics and Society
f 7-54  Wein, Roberta, Women's Colleges and Domesticity, 1875-1918
f 7-55  Weldon, Fay, The City of Invention
f 7-56  Welter, Barbara, Cult of True Womanhood, 1820-1860
f 7-57  Whaley, Liz's syllabus, Women's Literature for the Community
f 7-58  Wharton, Edith, The Rembrandt
f 7-59  White, Deborah Gray, Revisiting Ain't I a Woman?
f 7-60  White, Frederick C., American Sectarian Medical Colleges Before the Civil War
f 7-61  Wilentz, Sean, Against Exceptionalism, Artisan Origins of the American Working Class
f 7-62  Williams, Patricia, Object of Property
f 7-63  Williamson, Joel, Slavery and After, to 1889, part 1
f 7-64  Willis, Ellen, Radical Feminism, Feminist Radicalism
f 7-65  Wilson, Joan, Illusion of Change: Women and the American Revolution
f 7-66  Wilson, John, Peculiarities and Diseases of Negroes
f 7-67  Wingate, Todd, Anthropology and Negro Slavery
f 7-68  Winkler, Karen, Who Owns History?
f 7-69  Winterson, Jeanette, The Green Man
f 7-70  Wood, Peter, People's Medicine in the Early South
f 7-71  Wright, Lawrence, On Defense of Race
f 7-72  Yamada, Mitsuye, Invisibility is an Unnatural Disaster
f 7-73  Yates, Wilson, Birth Control Literature and the Medical Profession
f 7-74  Yellis, Kenneth, Prosperity's Child, Some Thoughts on the Flapper
f 7-75  Yetman, Norman, Ex-Slave Interviews and The Background of the Slave Narrative Collection
f 7-76  Yezierska, The Miracle
f 7-77  Zack, Naomi, The American Sexualization of Race
f 7-78  Zborowski, Mark, Cultural Components in Responses to Pain
f 7-79  Zia, Helen, Women in Hate Groups
f 7-80  Zimmerman, Loretta E., Mary Beard: An Activist of the Progessive Era
f 7-81  Zucker, Bat-Ami, Francis Perkins and the German-Jewish Refugees 1933-1940

Box 8

Series 5: Resource and Professional Activity Files

f 8-1  Alice Whittier, M.D., 1898
f 8-2  American History Review (AHR)
f 8-3  Anne Elizabeth Perkins, M.D., (1873-1961)
f 8-4  Articles on European Women
f 8-5  Articles, miscellaneous
f 8-6  Articles, miscellaneous, continued
f 8-7  Articles, miscellaneous, continued
f 8-8  Bard articles
f 8-9  Berkshire Conference, 3rd, Bryn Mawr College
f 8-10  Berkshire Conference, 4th, Mount Holyoke College
f 8-11  Berkshire Conference, 5th, Vassar College
f 8-12  Berkshire Conference, 7th, Wellesley College
f 8-13  Berkshire Conference, 9th, Vassar College
f 8-14  Black Women, misc.
f 8-15  Blacks, misc.
f 8-16  Body posture
f 8-17  CCWHP - CGWH newsletters (Coordinating Committee on Women in Historical Professions)
f 8-18  Changing Maine II lecture series
f 8-19  Chinese Americans, Women's Movement in China
f 8-20  Civil War Essays
f 8-21  Civil War Round Table talk
f 8-22  Civil War Series (Bangor Public Library) winter 1994
f 8-23  Confederate Memorials
f 8-24  Council readings (Maine Humanities Council)
f 8-25  Declaration of Independence and newspaper articles
f 8-26  Defense talk
f 8-27  Diary of Margaret Lynn Lewis
f 8-28  Elizabeth Cody Stanton
f 8-29  Encyclopedia of the Confederacy
f 8-30  Essex Humanities Series
f 8-31  Faculty Council 1985-1986, Health Materials
f 8-32  Family, misc.
f 8-33  Female Body Conference, 1987
f 8-34  FOHP, Feminist Organizations, articles
f 8-35  Frances E.W. Harper
f 8-36  Gay History
f 8-37  Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
f 8-38  Herbert Aptheker, Anti-Racism in U.S. History
f 8-39  Herbert Aptheker, The Negro Woman
f 8-40  High School Talk
f 8-41  Hines Project
f 8-42  Housework, misc.
f 8-43  Humboldt Journal articles
f 8-44  Institute talk on Black Women
f 8-45  Institute talks on late 19th century working women
f 8-46  Just plain miscellaneous
f 8-47  Kenyon College talk
f 8-48  Lecture notes, West Publishing
f 8-49  Letters and diaries
f 8-50  Lincoln
f 8-51  Louisianna University Press
f 8-52  Lucy Stone Blackwell
f 8-53  Lydia Sigourney
f 8-54  Maine State Museum
f 8-55  Manuscripts, journal article drafts, correspondence

Box 9

f 9-1  Manuscripts, journal article drafts, Three White Antebellum South Carolina Women Intellectuals
f 9-2  Manuscripts, journal article drafts, Urban Slavery in New York City During the 18th Century
f 9-3  Manuscripts, journal article drafts, NYC Slaves
f 9-4  Maryland Bride in the Deep South
f 9-5  Medicine, misc. articles
f 9-6  Minutes of Meetings, 1992-1993
f 9-7  Multicultural Women's Studies Institute Faculty Development, Summer 1998
f 9-8  National History Standards
f 9-9  Native American Women
f 9-10  New England Historical Association, 1986 Fall Meeting
f 9-11  Northern New England Men and Women of the Civil War Era, conference, Washburn Humanities Center, 1993
f 9-12  Newspaper clippings
f 9-13  Non-sexist language
f 9-14  N.O.W. (National Organization for Women)
f 9-15  NWSA (National Women's Studies Association) on Bethune
f 9-16  Opportunites
f 9-17  Portraits
f 9-18  Quilts
f 9-19  Radicalesbians
f 9-20  Reviews, Bascot's Review
f 9-21  Reviews, Colt Review
f 9-22  Reviews, D.C. Health and Company
f 9-23  Reviews, Georgia Historical Review
f 9-24  Reviews, Nation of Nations
f 9-25  S.D.S. (Students for a Democratic Society)
f 9-26  Resources
f 9-27  Samantha Smith
f 9-28  Seneca Falls Convention
f 9-29  Sex and Class in Women's History
f 9-30  Slave Labor Talk
f 9-31  Slavery, misc.
f 9-32  S.N.C.C., the Black Liberation Front
f 9-33  South, misc.
f 9-34  South, the New South
f 9-35  South Carolina Whites, misc.
f 9-36  Southern Association for Women Historians, personal papers, letters
f 9-37  Southern Association for Women Historians, newsletter, 1994
f 9-38  Spruce Run
f 9-39  St. Lawrence Talk, April, 1991
f 9-40  Summer Institute
f 9-41  Susan B. Anthony
f 9-42  Teaching C.M.T.E., College Teaching Committee Faculty Development Grants
f 9-43  Teaching Communities, May, 1993
f 9-44  Teaching Seminar, Spring, 1995
f 9-45  Tremont Historical Society
f 9-46  U.D.C. (United Daughters of the Confederacy)

Box 10

f 10-1  Watson: Experience of Illness
f 10-2  We the People
f 10-2a  West Publishing, textbook
f 10-3  WIC (Women in Curriculum) 1992-1993
f 10-4  WIC Grant, 1992
f 10-5  Witchcraft
f 10-6  Work, misc.
f 10-7  Working Women, folder 1
f 10-8  Working Women, folder 2
f 10-9  Working Women, folder 3
f 10-10  Writing Resources
f 10-11  Writing Social History
f 10-12  Women and Power Conference
f 10-13  Women as vamp (images clipped from magazines)
f 10-14  Women, Info on
f 10-15  Women, misc.
f 10-16  Women's Studies Committee, 1991-1992
f 10-17  Women's Studies Encyclopedia
f 10-18  Women's Studies Reading Group
f 10-19  Women's Studies Study Group
f 10-20  World War II
f 10-21  Yarmouth Historical Society

Series 6: Course Materials and Professional Documents

f 10-22  African-American History (HTY 248)
f 10-23  American Women's History (HTY 620)
f 10-24  History of the U.s. Since 1876 (HTY 8b)
f 10-25  History of Women in the U.S. (HTY 330)

Box 11

f 11-1  History of Women in the U.S. (HTY 330)
f 11-2  History of Women in the U.S. (HTY 72)
f 11-3  Lesson on Literary Sources for History - definitions, limits, advantages, dangers
f 11-4  Syllabi, Special Topics in Women's History
f 11-5  Syllabi, Women's Studies courses at other institutions
f 11-6  Syllabus, American Slavery and Anti-Slavery
f 11-7  Syllabus, America at the Crossroads, 1840-1877 (HTY 464)
f 11-8  Syllabus, American Social History
f 11-9  Syllabus, American Work World
f 11-10  Syllabus, History of Health and Sexuality (HTY 494)
f 11-11  Syllabus, U.S. History through the Civil War (HTY 507)
f 11-12  Syllabus, Women and Social Activism
f 11-13  Syllabus, Women and the Family
f 11-14  U.S. History I, 1776-1872, (HTY 103) notes, assignments, materials, 1982
f 11-15  U.S. History I, 1986-1989
f 11-16  U.S. History I, coure reorganization proposal, 1997?
f 11-17  U.S. History I, quizzes, tests
f 11-18  U.S. History, 1876-1976 (HTY 104a)
f 11-19  U.S. Social History to 1865 (HTY 171)
f 11-20  Womanhood in America
f 11-21  Women in Nineteenth-Century American Culture, course reading packet, 1989
f 11-22  Certificates
f 11-23  Materials Related to Promotion and Tenure, Curriculum Vitae
f 11-24  Promotion and Tenure documents

Box 12  (Closed for 25 years from the time of accession, until 2037)

f 12-1  Feedback for students on their papers, Seminar on American Women's History, 2004
f 12-2  Transcripts of grades from undergraduate and graduate courses, 1974-1986

Finding Aids for selected manuscript collections in the Special Collections Department at Fogler Library are accessible online in URSUS, in a browsable Guide to Manuscript Collections. Please contact Special Collections at spc@umit.maine.edu or (207) 581-1686 for further information.

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