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Carolyn Martin Shaw Papers

1956-2017 (Bulk: 1972-2010)
10 boxes (12.5 linear feet)
Call no.: MS 974

From a childhood spent in a tenement in Norfolk, Va., without indoor plumbing, Carolyn Martin Shaw went on to enjoy a distinguished career as a pioneer in Black Feminist anthropology. Educated in segregated schools, she was an outstanding student, winning scholarship funding to Michigan State University, where she received both her BS (1966) and PhD (1975). Shaw's dissertation on Kikuyu kinship morality marked several themes that she developed through subsequent research projects in Kenya and Zimbabwe. Based in the Department of Anthropology at UC Santa Cruz throughout her career, she was a productive scholar, publishing dozens of articles and chapters, and two important monographs, Colonial Inscriptions: Race, Class and Sex in Kenya (1995) and Women and Power in Zimbabwe: Promises of Feminism (2015), and she filled a variety of administrative posts, including department chair, Provost of the Kresge residential college, and Chair of the UC system-wide Committee on Privilege and Tenure. She has received numerous awards in her career, including a Fulbright Fellowship to the University of Zimbabwe in 1983-1984, a Danforth Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, and a McHenry Award for Service to the Academic Senate at UCSC. Shaw retired from UCSC in 2010.

Documenting her work in Black feminist anthropology, the Carolyn Martin Shaw collection includes published and unpublished writing, correspondence, and a wealth of information on her research in Kenya and Zimbabwe. Along with her field notes, research data, and photographs, the collection also includes records of her faculty service at UCSC, and awards received for teaching and university service.

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Background on Carolyn Martin Shaw


An image of: Carolyn Martin Shaw, on left, with family in Kenya, ca.1972

Carolyn Martin Shaw, on left, with family in Kenya, ca.1972

Carolyn Martin Shaw, born Carolyn Martin in a tenement in Norfolk, Virginia in 1944, spent most of her childhood growing up in an all-black lower-middle-class community, Crestwood in Chesapeake, VA. As a child, her mother was a huge influence, instilling in her a sense of hard work and service to others that would stick with her for the rest of her life. Shaw stood out academically in high school – even acting as a substitute teacher while she was still a student! – leading to her geometry teacher guiding her towards attending Michigan State University. She began as a math major, until a first year class on physical anthropology captured her interest due to the grandness and magnitude of the field. She graduated with a BS with honors in 1966. Eventually, Shaw narrowed her interest to a focus on East Africa, due to feeling a sense of familiarity between early 1970s Kenya and her segregated Virginia hometown. While completing fieldwork in Kenya for her dissertation, her experience living with a family where the women did not behave as they were "supposed" to was a turning point for Shaw, leading her to study women and gender relations for the rest of her academic career.

As a graduate student enrolled at Michigan State University, Shaw finished her dissertation, "Kinship Morality in the Interaction Pattern of Some Kikuyu Families," as an Acting Assistant Professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. In 1975, after three years of working at UCSC and the birth of her daughter, she received her PhD from MSU. Shaw never left UCSC, retiring in 2010. She served many roles, including Professor in the Anthropology Department, the Department Chair from 1993-1996, and as the Provost of Kresge College from 1991-1996.

While at UCSC, Shaw was extremely active in the campus community and was constantly working to improve the UCSC experience for faculty and students alike through community-building challenges. She served on several administrative committees, such as the Committee on Privilege and Tenure and the Committee of Planning and Budget, and played a vital role in the revitalizing of the colleges at UCSC. While serving in the Academic Senate, Shaw worked to help gain faculty recognition of non-faculty staff, to reduce the University's use of police force during student demonstrations, and to develop comprehensive sexual harassment policies. Throughout her entire career she worked to foster a supportive campus environment for students of color at the majority white UCSC.

Shaw received a number of awards for her teaching, her service, and for her research. Included in that list are a Fulbright Fellowship to the University of Zimbabwe in 1983-1984, a Danforth Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in 1977, and a McHenry Award for Service to the Academic Senate at UCSC in 2004.

Scope of collection

Carolyn Martin Shaw has dedicated her life to her work as a Black feminist anthropologist and to the community at the University of California, Santa Cruz. The Carolyn Martin Shaw Papers document her career as a professor at UCSC while focusing on her research in Africa, specifically in Kenya and Zimbabwe.

The Papers consist of various correspondence, photographs, published and unpublished writings, research materials and notes, and audio and video recordings from her work in Black feminist anthropology.

The collection is organized into two series: Writings and Publications, and Academic Life.

Series descriptions

1975-2015
5 boxes (5 linear feet)
Arrangement:

Series 1 is arranged into three subseries: Publications, Published Writing, and Unpublished Writing.

This series consists of writings and publications by Shaw and by others.

Subseries 1: Publications - This subseries contains a collection of publications collected by Shaw, the bulk of which come from late 20th-century Zimbabwe. Included are academic articles and journals written by others and pop culture magazines. Of note is the collection of Zimbabwe News magazines, the media organ of the ZANU, the ruling party of Zimbabwe from 1979-1986,during the transition from colony to independent state.

Subseries 2: Published Writing – This subseries contains a wide range of Shaw's published writings. Both academic and non-academic writings are included. Within the academic sphere, there are articles, book chapters and reviews, reader comments and responses to Shaw's books, and research related to an academic article.

Subseries 3: Unpublished Writing – This subseries is made up of a variety of unpublished writings by Shaw including academic articles, correspondence, fiction and creative essays, various proposals, and an interview with Shaw by an undergraduate student.

1956-2017
5 boxes (7.5 linear feet)
Arrangement:

Series 2 is arranged into eight subseries: Education, Female Genital Mutilation, Kenya Research, Personal, Photos, Slides, University of California Santa Cruz, and Zimbabwe Research.

This series documents Shaw's academic career from high school through retirement from the University of Santa Cruz while highlighting her research done in Kenya and in Zimbabwe.

Subseries 1: Education – This subseries consists of materials from Shaw's education, spanning from high school to graduate school.

Subseries 2: Female Genital Mutilation – This subseries contains materials from Shaw's research into female genital mutilation, including academic articles written by others, media coverage, and interviews.

Subseries 3: Kenya Research – Materials from Shaw's work in Kenya for her dissertation and for her monograph, Colonial Inscriptions: Race, Class and Sex in Kenya (1995). Included are correspondence, book proposals, and her field journals from her dissertation research.

Subseries 4: Personal – This subseries consists of materials from Shaw's personal life including former IDs, documents related to her marriage, and personal correspondence.

Subseries 5: Photos – This subseries documents Shaw's travels in Africa, and her time at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Subseries 6: Slides – This subseries documents Shaw and her family’s travels throughout Africa.

Subseries 7: University of California, Santa Cruz – This subseries details Shaw's career at the University of California, Santa Cruz. It is further divided into the two main facets of professorship: service and teaching. Shaw's active presence on campus is evident through the materials regarding her service to the academic senate, her involvement in black student life on campus, and her time as Provost of the Kresge residential college. Additionally, this subseries contains a large number of syllabi, handouts, and other materials related to teaching. Of particular note are the papers of Nubra Floyd, a colleague and collaborator of Shaw's, which were donated alongside Shaw's. Included are some of Floyd's work with children in Tanzania and materials from a workshop co-taught with Shaw.

Subseries 8: Zimbabwe Research – This subseries contains a wealth of materials related to Shaw's research in Zimbabwe and active role in the Women’s Action Group, a feminist Zimbabwean group. Included are audio recordings of interviews, an extensive survey done across Harare, photos, a governmental report on women, internal documents from Women's Action Group, and an extensive collection of newspaper clippings from the Sunday Mail regarding topics related to women and women's rights.

Inventory

Series 1. Writings and Publications
1975-2015
5 boxes (5 linear feet)
Miscellaneous Correspondence
1975-2004
Box 1: 1
Subseries 1: Publications
1975-2000
Academic Paper: Bratton, Michael: Former Organizations in the Communal Areas of Zimbabwe: Preliminary Findings
1983 Nov
Box 6: 1
The Beauty of This Very, Very Real Dark Side of Life: Black Life at UCSC
ca.1975
Box 6: 34
Book: Power and Discourse in Colonial Kenya
1993 Jun
Box 6: 2
Bush, Ray and Cliffe, Lionel: Labour Migration and Agrarian Strategy in the Transition to Socialism in Southern Africa: Zimbabwe as a Case
1983 Sep
Box 6: 3
Feminist Anthropology Newsletters
1978-2008
Box 6: 4
Focus: The Student's Magazine
1984
Box 6: 5
Gaidzanwa, Rudo B.: Specific Issues in Socialist Transformation Non-Class Segments in Zimbabwe
1983
Box 6: 6
INTouch
1999 Jun
Box 6: 7
Journal on Social Change
1999 Sep
Box 6: 8
Just Us: Black Feelings Come Alive: UCSC
1976
Box 6: 33
MOTO
1982
Box 6: 9
MOTO
1983
Box 6: 10
MOTO
1984
Box 6: 11
MOTO
1984
Box 6: 12
MOTO
1985
Box 6: 13
National Women's Anthropology Newsletter
1979-1982
Box 6: 14
Parade
1994
Box 6: 15
Parade
2000
Box 6: 16
Prize Africa
1984 Jul
Box 6: 17
Social Change and Development
1980-1984
Box 6: 18
Social Change and Development
1996 May
Box 6: 19
Social Change and Development
1998 Aug
Box 6: 20
The Source
2002 Feb
Box 6: 21
"We Carry a Heavy Load": Rural Women in Zimbabwe Speak Out
1981 Dec
Box 6: 22
"Wicked" Women and the Reconfiguration of Gender in Africa
2000
Box 6: 23
Young Women in the Liberation Struggle
1984
Box 6: 24
Zimbabwe News
1979
Box 6: 25
Zimbabwe News
1981
Box 6: 26
Zimbabwe News
1982
Box 6: 27
Zimbabwe News
1983
Box 6: 28
Zimbabwe News
1984
Box 6: 29
Zimbabwe News
1985
Box 6: 30
Zimbabwe News
1986
Box 6: 31
Subseries 2: Published Writings
1982-2008
Bodies Without Substance: Feminist Theories of Sexuality and Gender
1996
Box 1: 32
Body Politics for Encyclopedia of Race and Racism
2005
Box 1: 2
Book Chapter: Discipling the Black Female Body
2001
Box 1: 59
Book Chapter: A Woman Speaks of Rivers
1997-2003
Box 1: 60
Book Review: Sharkey, Heather: Colonial Inscriptions: Race, Sex, and Class in Kenya
1998 Apr
Box 1: 3
Discipling the Black Female Body: Learning Feminism in Africa and the United States
2001-2002
Box 1: 4
Four Women in Zimbabwe
1985
Box 2: 6
Genomics Commentary
2007 May
Box 1: 5
Getting Down with the Church Ladies: Women's Work and Play among Elite Secretaries in Harare, Zimbabwe: Draft
ca.2000
Box 1: 6
The Golden Age of Participation: Black and White Women in the Homecraft Movement in Colonial Zimbabwe
2008
Box 1: 7
Ladies Who Lunch: Work, Gender, and Sexuality among Elite Zimbabwean Secretaries in the Age of AIDS: Draft
ca.2000
Box 1: 8
Ladies Who Lunch: Sample of National Secretaries
ca.2000
Box 1: 9
Ladies Who Lunch: Secretary Image
2000
Box 1: 10
Ladies Who Lunch: Secretary Interview Notes
ca.2000
Box 1: 11
Ladies Who Lunch: Secretary Interview Transcripts
ca.2000
Box 1: 12
Ladies Who Lunch: Sexual Harrasment in the Workplace Background
ca.2000
Box 1: 13
Land and Food, Women and Power, in Nineteenth Century Kikuyu
1997-1980
Box 1: 14
Louis Leakey as Ethnographer
1988-1990
Box 1: 15
Mothering in Sub-Saharan Africa and Black America
1988
Box 1: 16
The Nature of Gender: Bodies, Culture, Performance in the Construction of Gender
2008-2009
Box 1: 17
Non-Academic Newspapers and Magazine Publications
1982-2000
Box 2: 7
Non-Academic Publications: LGBT
1991-1995
Box 2
Published Reviews
1990-2007
Box 1: 27
Review of Cohn, Bernard S.: Colonialism and Its Forms of Knowledge
1996
Box 1: 18
Sticks and Scones: Black and White Women in the Homecraft Movement in Colonial Zimbabwe
2008
Box 1: 19
Sticks and Scones: The Homecraft Movement in Colonial Zimbabwe: Comments and Early Draft
2006
Box 1: 20
Sticks and Scones: Reviews and Comments
2008
Box 1: 21
"Who are You to Tell Me What to Do? I Have Money!:" The Effect of Wage Employment on the Husband-Wife Relationship Among the Kikuyu
1982-1983
Box 1: 22
Women's Hopes and Heartbreaks in Hara: Emergent Dispostions of Women in Zimbabwe: Readers' Reports and Author's Response
undated
Box 1: 23
Turning Her Back on the Moon: Virginity, Sexuality, Mothering in the Works of Yvonne Vera
2004
Box 1: 24
"You Had a Daughter but I am Becoming a Woman:" Sexuality, Feminism, and Post-Coloniality in Tsitsi Dangaremba's Nervous Conditions and She No Longer Weeps: Comments and Early Draft
2000-2004
Box 1: 25
"You Had a Daughter but I am Becoming a Woman:" Reader Reviews
2003-2007
Box 1: 26
Subseries 3: Unpublished Writing
1968-2015
1.5 boxes
Academic Articles
undated
Box 1: 28
The Achievement of Virginity: Female Sexuality and Society in Africa
1980-1986
Box 1: 29
African Anthropological Association Panel
2001
Box 1: 30
An Arid Feminism: The Legacy of Women Writers in Zimbabwe
ca.2015
Box 1: 31
Book Review: The Women of Brewster Place
1987
Box 1: 33
Chapters and Proposals
1979
Box 1: 34
Collaborations
1984-2014
Box 1: 35
Communication and Culture: Contrasts Between Black Americans and the Balinese of Indonesia
ca.1975
Box 1: 36
Community Assistant Recommendation
1980 May 2
Box 1: 37
Correspondence with Editor about Discourse and Power in Colonial Kenya
1993 Jan
Box 1: 38
Disposing of Bodies: AIDS in Zimbabwe
2008
Box 1: 39
Distinguished Lecture in African Anthropology: Structures, Processes, Discourses, and Action: Social Anthropology of Women's Groups in Zimbabwe
2003
Box 1: 40
Early Statement of Zimbabwe Research Interests
1998
Box 1: 41
Enfolding Contradictions: Female Body, Self, and Sexuality in Works by Tsitsi Dangarembga
1999-2000
Box 1: 42
Feminist Issues
1978-1982
Box 1: 43
Fiction Writing: Family Resemblence
ca.1997
Box 2: 1-2
Fiction Writing: Mahvajainah: Women's Writing Group: Poem: A Song of Winter's Fire
1978
Box 2: 3
Fiction Writing: Owed to Amy
undated
Box 2: 4
Fish in One's Mouth: African Sexuality: Early Work
ca.1980
Box 1: 44
Graduate Student Work, University of Pennsylvania
1968
Box 1: 45
History of Sex Presentation - History Channel
1999
Box 1: 46
The Lecturer, the Student, and the Solider: Zimbabwean Women Writing About Themselves
1989-1996
Box 1: 47
Non-Fiction Creative Essays
2001
Box 1: 48
Patterns of Conflict in Kikuyu Kinship
1971
Box 1: 49
Proposal for Textbook on Great Debates in Anthropology
undated
Box 1: 50
Reading Notes
ca.1982-1987
Box 1: 51
The Reality of Jonestown, A Personal Response
1980 May
Box 1: 52
Report on Pan-African Anthropology Association Meeting: Port Elizabeth, 2003
2003
Box 1: 53
Short Essays
1998
Box 1: 54
Talking Gender to Young Men and Women in Zimbabwe
ca.2000
Box 1: 55
Theory and Experience: An Interview with Carolyn Martin Shaw
1995
Box 1: 56
Unpublished Papers Presented at Conferences
1980-2008
Box 1: 57
Zimbabwean Women Writing About Themselves: Draft
ca.1990
Box 1: 58
Series 2. Academic Life
1956-2017
5 boxes (7.5 linear feet)
Subseries 1: Education
1963-1998
Accepted Dissertation
1975
Box 2: 9
Bachelor of Science
1966
Box 2: 10
Correspondence on Rejected Thesis and Michigan State University Guidelines
1973-1975
Box 2: 11
Doctor of Philosophy
1975
Box 2: 12
Faculty Job Interviews
1970-1972
Box 2: 13
High School Yearbook
1962
Box 2: 14
Lesbian Resources
1989-1990
Box 2: 15
Qualifying Examination and Comprehensive
1967-1969
Box 2: 17
Rejected Dissertation: Complete Draft Chapters 1-3
1975
Box 2: 18
Rejected Dissertation: Complete Draft Chapters 4-7
1975
Box 2: 19
Rejected Dissertation: Introduction with Adviser's Comments
1975
Box 2: 20
Thesis Correspondence
1975
Box 2: 21
University of California, Santa Cruz Anthropology Graduate Program
undated
Box 2: 22
Undergraduate at Michigan State University
1963-1966
Box 2: 23
Subseries 2: Female Genital Mutilation Research
1970-2004
Articles: Female Genital Mutilation in the US
1995-2002
Box 3: 11
Awaken Volume 6
2002 Feb
Box 3: 12
Forward USA Inc.: Towards the Eradication of Female Circumcision in the Whole Wide World
undated
Box 3: 13
Gruenbaum, Ellen: Reproductive Research and Social Reproduction
1988
Box 3: 14
Kennedy, John: Circumcision and Excision in Egyptian Nubia
1970
Box 3: 15
Kirby, Vicki: On the Cutting Edge: Feminism and Clitoridectomy
1987
Box 3: 16
Label France
2002 Jul
Box 3: 17
Legal Issues, Human Rights
2002
Box 3: 18
Material on Clitoridectomy
undated
Box 3: 19
McPherson, Carole
2002
Box 3: 20
News Coverage
2004
Box 8: 1
Nubian Ceremonial Life
1978
Box 3: 21
Planned Parenthood Proposals
1999-2002
Box 3: 22
Prowse, Jasona: Female Genital Mutilation Report
2002
Box 3: 23
Ramsey, Mimi: Contact
2001
Box 3: 24
Ramsey, Mimi: Interview
2002 Oct 15
Box 3: 25
Recent Clippings on Female Circumcision
1996-1998
Box 3: 26
Sex - Clitoridectomy
1993
Box 3: 27
Skinner, Elliott: Female Circumcision in Africa: The Dialectics of Equality
undated
Box 3: 28
Statistics on African Refugees: Female Genital Mutilation
2002
Box 3: 29
Toubia, Nahid: Caring for Women with Circumcision
1999
Box 3: 30
Various Articles
2001-2004
Box 3: 31
VHS: Interview with Mimi Ramsey
ca.2002
Box 7
Weil-Curiel, Linda: What's in a Name?
2001
Box 3: 32
Subseries 3: Kenya Research
1956-2000
Book: Cover Ideas
undated
Box 3: 8
Book: Proposals
1992-1993
Box 3: 9
Book: Reviews
1993-2000
Box 3: 10
Clark, Cedric and Carolyn Martin Shaw Correspondence
1971-1972
Box 2: 28
Clark, Cedric Correspondence
1969-1971
Box 2: 29
Field Journals (I-II)
1971-1972
Box 2: 30
Field Journals (III)
1971-1972
Box 2: 31
Field Notes
1971-1972
Box 2: 32
Field Notes cont.
1971-1972
Box 2: 33
Field Notes and Materials
1971-1972
Box 2: 34
Kenya Photos
1971-1972
Box 2: 35
Materials: Mau Mau Interrogation Record
1956-1971
Box 2: 36
Guidebooks
1971-1984
Box 2: 37
Subseries 4: Personal
1965-2008
Audio Tape: Freestyle Fellowship MC Solaar
undated
Box 10
Collage
undated
Box 6: 32
Correspondence with Family and Friends
1996-2008
Box 2: 24
Marriage and Divorce
1965-1990
Box 2: 25
Passports
1990-2011
Box 2: 26
Praise
1996
Box 6: 35
Social Security Income
1970-2012
Box 2: 27
Subseries 5: Photos
1962-2015
Carolyn Martin Shaw: High School
1962
Box 5: 60
Carolyn Martin Shaw: Miscellaneous
1984-2008
Box 5: 44
Carolyn Martin Shaw: Black Feminist Anthropologist
1994
Box 5: 45
Carolyn Martin Shaw: Tribute Film
2015
Box 5: 46
Copies from Zimbabwe National Archives
ca.1980
Box 5: 47
Contents:

This folder contains images of indigenous groups from the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th century. It also contains copies from the July 1962 edition of Horizon, the magazine of the Rhodesian Selection Trust Group of Companies.

Family Courtyard in Kenya
1971-1972
Box 5: 48
Kenya
undated
Box 5: 49
Miscellaneous
1992-1995
Box 5: 50
Nairobi and Landscape
undated
Box 5: 51
One Family Fashion
undated
Box 5: 52
Contents:

This folder contains images of Zimbabwean fashion from the late 1950s, early 1960s, and mid-1980s.

Second Sunday
1995 Oct
Box 5: 53
Skit on Shaw book
1998 Jul
Box 5: 54
Students Off-Campus
1980
Box 5: 55
UCSC Faculty
1995
Box 5: 56
Various Events
1998-2012
Box 5: 57
Wedza Communal Land Life
1983 Jul
Box 5: 58
Windhoek, Nambia
ca.1990
Box 5: 59
Subseries 6: Slides
1963-2001
Buganda
1972 May
Box 10
Cape Town
2001
Box 10
Communications: Claudia Bancher
1976
Box 10
Egypt
1994 Jan
Box 10
Egypt
1994 Jan
Box 10
Egypt
1994 Jan
Box 10
Egypt: Cairo and Sphinx
1994 Jan
Box 10
Egypt: Luxor and Aswan and Karnak, Nubia
1994 Jan
Box 10
Kenya
1971-1985
Box 6: 36
Kenya
1985
Box 7
Kenya
undated
Box 10
Kenya Seconds
1971
Box 10
Kenya Seconds
1971
Box 10
Ivory Coast, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Peace Corps, and Daughter
1984-1985
Box 7
Ivory Coast and Zimbabwe Seconds
1982-1893
Box 10
Miscellaneous
1984-1985
Box 6: 37
Miscellaneous
undated
Box 10
Miscellaneous
undated
Box 10
Nambia
2001 Jul
Box 10
Nigeria and Zimbabwe
1984-1985
Box 7
Nigeria, South Africa, West Africa
1963-1970
Box 6: 38
Peace Corps
1971-1984
Box 10
Racism Test
ca.1975
Box 6: 39
Shaw, Bill - 1983 South Africa Trip
1983
Box 6: 40
Skydiving, Friends and Family, Harare, and Mombasa
1983-1984
Box 10
Slide Key
undated
Box 6: 41
Slideshow on Boats in Zimbabwe
1999-2000
Box 6: 42
South Africa
1984 Mar
Box 10
Uganda
1984
Box 10
Zimbabwe Seconds
1982-1983
Box 10
Subseries 7: University of California Santa Cruz
1967-2017
Academic Senate: Black Students
1975-1994
Box 3: 33
Academic Senate: College Revitalization
1991
Box 3: 34
Academic Senate: Educational Opportunity
1976-1999
Box 3: 35
Academic Senate: Faculty Union
2010
Box 3: 36
Academic Senate: McHenry Award
2004
Box 3: 37
Academic Senate: On-Campus Activism
2006-2008
Box 3: 38
Academic Senate: Sexual Harrassment Policy Changes, University of California
1993-2003
Box 3: 39
Academic Senate: Third World and Native American Studies, LGBT
1976-1993
Box 3: 40
Academic Senate: UCSC Service
1996-2009
Box 3: 41
Academic Senate: UCSC Special Committee on Non-Senate Teaching Faculty
2004
Box 3: 42
Career Reviews: Awards and Applications
1977-1991
Box 3: 1A
Career Reviews: Conferences and Workshops
1975-1990
Box 3: 1B
Career Reviews: Correspondence, Thank You Notes
1975-1987
Box 3: 1C
Career Reviews: Letters of Recommendation
1980, 1992
Box 3: 1D
Contents:

This folder is restricted.

Career Reviews: Merit Reviews
1976-2001
Box 3: 1E
Career Reviews: Pre-Tenure Reviews
1972-1978
Box 3: 2
Career Reviews: Promotion and Sabbatical
1992-1998
Box 3: 3
Career Reviews: Tenure
1978-1979
Box 3: 4
Career Reviews: Tenure Celebrations
1980 Oct
Box 3: 5
Career Reviews: Tenure Dispute
1980
Box 3: 6
Career Reviews: Tenure Dispute - Personnel File
1972-1980
Box 3: 7
Floyd, Nubra: Archive Correspondence
2017
Box 8: 4
Contents:

This folder begins the eight folder collection of Nubra Floyd's contribution to the UMass Amherst Black Feminist Archive. Floyd was a colleague and collaborator of Shaw's, focusing on social psychology.

Floyd, Nubra: Archive Memo Photo Pages
1993-2012
Box 8: 5
Contents:

This folder contains copies of photos taken in late 1970s – early 1980s, as well as copies of photos taken in the early 2000s.

Floyd, Nubra: Fostering Street Kid Success: Case Findings from Tanzania
2017
Box 8: 6
Floyd, Nubra: Journal of Humanistic Psychology Cover Letter
2011 Apr
Box 8: 7
Floyd, Nubra: Kresge College Revisited Report and Photo Page
1992
Box 8: 8
Floyd, Nubra: Self-Perspectives: A Mulitcultural Workshop for Women in Integrating Personal and Professional Development
1982
Box 8: 9
Floyd, Nubra: Townsend, James Oakes Student Oral History Project and Photo Page
2014
Box 8: 10
Floyd, Nubra: UCSC Cruzcat Catalog: Dissertation Link
1983
Box 8: 11
Service: African American Student Life Image Award
1993
Box 7
Service: Anti-Aparthaid Materials
1980-1985
Box 3: 43A
Service: Association for Feminist Anthropology and Association for Africanist Anthropology
1997-1999
Box 3: 43B
Service: Association for Feminist Anthropology and Association for Africanist Anthropology: Workshop on Teaching Sex
1998
Box 3: 44
Service: Association Memberships
1998
Box 3: 45
Service: Award from the Class of 1989
1989
Box 7
Service: Community: Martin Luther King Jr.
1999
Box 3: 46
Service: Community: Second Saturday Network and School
1993-2008
Box 3: 47
Service: Faculty Award
1983
Box 7
Service: Feminist Organizations
1980-1995
Box 3: 48
Service: Government Panels
2010
Box 3: 49
Service: Honors from African-American Alumni Reunion
2000 Apr 15
Box 7: 1
Service: Lesbian-Gay Organizing at UCSC, Queer Theory Conference
1975
Box 2: 16
Service: Mashiri, Pedzisai
2002
Box 3: 50
Service: Miscellaneous
1980-1987
Box 3: 51
Service: Newspaper Clippings
1985-1995
Box 2: 5
Service: Off-Campus Academic
1982
Box 3: 52
Service: Onyx: Black Lesbian Newspaper
1982
Box 3: 53
Service: Racism Workshop: Zickerman, Julie
1980
Box 3: 54
Service: UCSC: African American Recognition Ceremony
2003 Jun
Box 3: 55
Service: UCSC: Anthropology Department
1994-1995
Box 3: 56
Service: UCSC: Female Provosts
1992
Box 3: 57
Service: UCSC: Kresge: Audio Tape: History Seminar
1977 Jan 24
Box 10
Service: UCSC: Kresge: Core Course Publications
1993-1996
Box 3: 58
Service: UCSC: Kresge: Core Course and Teaching Materials
1990-1994
Box 3: 59
Service: UCSC: Kresge: Correspondence, Faculty and Provost
1991-1992
Box 3: 60
Service: UCSC: Kresge: Energies Unnamed
1991 Mar
Box 3: 61
Service: UCSC: Kresge: General
1974-2016
Box 3: 62
Service: UCSC: Kresge: History and Philosophy
undated
Box 3: 63
Service: UCSC: Kresge: Provost Writings
undated
Box 3: 64
Service: UCSC: Kresge: Scroll of Appreciation from Class of '96
1996
Box 7
Service: UCSC: Kresge: Student Core Course Assignment
1991
Box 3: 65
Service: UCSC: Tent University
1996-2005
Box 3: 66
Service: UCSC: Tent University: Report and Recommendations
2006
Box 4: 1A
Service: UCSC: Tent University: Research
2005-2006
Box 4: 1B
Service: UCSC: Tent University: Research (cont.)
2005-2006
Box 4: 2
Service: UCSC: Tent University: UC Santa Cruz and Student Protests Report
2006
Box 4: 3
Service: UCSC: Soviet Visitor
1978
Box 4: 4
Service: Unlearning Racism Workshops and Materials
1982-1991
Box 4: 5
Service: VHS: History Channel: History of Sex Tape 1
1999
Box 7
Service: VHS: History Channel: History of Sex Tape 2 (contains Shaw interview)
1999
Box 7
Service: VHS: History Channel: History of Sex Tape 3
1999
Box 7
Service: VHS: History Channel: History of Sex Tape 4
1999
Box 7
Service: VHS: History Channel: History of Sex Tape 5
1999
Box 7
Service: VHS: Interview with Amy Donovan
1997
Box 7
Teaching: Africa Courses Handouts, General
undated
Box 4: 6
Teaching: Anthropology 2: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
1989-2004
Box 4: 7
Teaching: Anthropology 10: Survey Research in Anthropology
1995
Box 4: 8
Teaching: Anthropology 80B: African Women
1978-2008
Box 4: 9
Teaching: Anthropology 80B: African Women: Class Survey
2003
Box 4: 10
Teaching: Anthropology 80D: Africa Today
1972-2002
Box 4: 11
Teaching: Anthropology 80D: Africa Today: Handouts
1978-2002
Box 4: 12
Teaching: Anthropology 121: Human Connection
1977/1980
Box 4: 13
Teaching: Anthropology 125: Social Organization
1978-1989
Box 4: 14
Teaching: Anthropology 125: Social Organization
1974-1989
Box 4: 15
Teaching: Anthropology 126: Sexuality and Society in Cross-Cultural Perspective
1983-2010
Box 4: 16
Teaching: Anthropology 126: Sexuality and Society in Cross-Cultural Perspective: TAs
1999-2000
Box 4: 17
Teaching: Anthropology 130A: Peoples and Cultures of Africa
1973-2010
Box 4: 18
Teaching: Anthropology 150: Communicating Anthropology
2005-2010
Box 4: 19
Teaching: Anthropology 152: Survey of Cultural Anthropological Theory
1975-2006
Box 4: 20
Teaching: Anthropology 194A: Community
2008
Box 4: 21
Teaching: Anthropology 194A: Community
2008
Box 4: 22
Teaching: Anthropology 194M
1974
Box 4: 23
Teaching: Anthropology 194M: Handouts
1974
Box 4: 24
Teaching: Anthropology 194O: Sexualities
2005
Box 4: 25
Teaching: Anthropology 195: Handouts
1986
Box 4: 26
Teaching: Anthropology 200B: Graduate Core Course
1993
Box 4: 27
Teaching: Anthropology 206: Ethnography History
1990
Box 4: 28
Teaching: Anthropology 217: Colonial Discourse
1995-1998
Box 4: 29
Teaching: Articles and Published Writings of Colleagues and Friends
1959-2017
Box 4: 30
Teaching: Articles and Published Writings of Colleageues and Friends (cont.)
1959-2017
Box 4: 31
Teaching: Black Yearbook: 1975 and 1976
1975-1976
Box 4: 32
Teaching: Collages by Shaw
2007
Box 4: 33
Teaching: Colleagues: Jones, Barbara: Joy of Teaching Anthropology
2007
Box 4: 34
Teaching: Colleagues: Lewis, Gary: Reflections
2008 Jan
Box 4: 35
Teaching: Colleagues Across Campus
1975-2007
Box 4: 36
Teaching: Colleagues Off-Campus
1975-2002
Box 4: 37
Teaching: Colleagues Off-Campus: Goodman, Leo
undated
Box 4: 38
Teaching: The Councilor
1965 Nov
Box 4: 39
Teaching: Evaluation Template
undated
Box 4: 40
Teaching: Former Student Sian Hale: Refugee Children's Stories: Transitions
1996
Box 4: 41
Teaching: Friends and Colleagues: Creative Work
1992-2009
Box 4: 42
Teaching: Kresge 110: The Ethnic Experience
1972-1978
Box 4: 43
Teaching: Malcolm and Panthers
1985-1991
Box 4: 44
Teaching: Sex: Syllabi
1982-2008
Box 4: 45
Teaching: Shaw, William H.: 'They Stole Our Land:' Debating the Expropriation of White Farmers in Zimbabwe
2003
Box 4: 46
Teaching: Social Sciences Division 1996-1997 Teaching Award
1997
Box 7
Teaching: Student Work: Reback, C. J., and Mathis, R.
1983, 1989
Box 4:
Contents:

This folder is restricted

Teaching: Syllabi: Off-Campus
1967-1999
Box 4: 47
Teaching: Teacher Training: Anthropology Teacher Training Workshop
1993
Box 4: 48
Teaching: Teacher Training: Presentation Skills Workshop
1993
Box 4: 49
Teaching: Teaching Award: Danforth
1974-1977
Box 4: 50
Teaching: Teaching Evaluations
1974-1978
Box 4: 68
Contents:

This folder is restricted

Teaching: Teaching Materials
undated
Box 4: 51
Teaching: UCSC: Campus Honors
1989-2005
Box 8: 2
Teaching: UCSC: Friends in California: Kresge Provsot House
1993-2012
Box 8: 3
Teaching: UCSC: Correspondence about Davis, A.; Shaw, N.; and Apthelcer, B.
1981-1995
Box 4: 52
Teaching: UCSC: Correspondence from Colleagues and Mentors
1967-2003
Box 4: 53
Teaching: UCSC: Correspondence with Friends
1978-1985
Box 4: 54
Teaching: UCSC: Correspondence with UCSC Students
1973-1994
Box 4: 55-59
Teaching: UCSC: Correspondence: Swartz, Marc
1978-1981
Box 4: 60
Teaching: UCSC: Course Review Catalogs
1972-1990
Box 4: 61
Teaching: UCSC: Ethnic Studies (TWANAS)
1981
Box 4: 62
Teaching: UCSC: Fashioning Women's Bodies in Zimbabwe Flyere
undated
Box 4: 63
Teaching: UCSC: Homer
2001
Box 8: 12
Teaching: UCSC: Identification Cards
1985
Box 8: 13
Teaching: UCSC: Introducing Shirley Chisholm
1994 Jan
Box 4: 64
Teaching: UCSC: Kudos
1977-1995
Box 4: 65
Teaching: UCSC: Miscellaneous
1993-2012
Box 8: 14
Teaching: UCSC: Postcards and Correspondence
1991-1993
Box 8: 15
Teaching: UCSC: Self-Reports
1976-2006
Box 4: 66
Teaching: UCSC: Speech: "People Like Us"
1992 Oct
Box 4: 67
Teaching: UCSC: Syllabi
1972-2005
Box 8: 16
Teaching: UCSC: Syllabi (cont.)
1972-2005
Box 8: 17
Teaching: UCSC: Undergraduate Teaching Assistants: Sexuality and Society Fall 2008
2008
Box 8: 18
Teaching: UCSC: Workshops
undated
Box 8: 20
Teaching: University of Zimbabwe: Intro to Social Anthropology
1981-1984
Box 8: 19
Teaching: Workshop on Homophobia and Racism with B. Aptheker
1995-2008
Box 8: 21
VHS: Anthropology Faculty and Graduate Students Party
1996 Jun 8
Box 7
Subseries 8: Zimbabwe
1971-2010
7 Non-Governmental Organizations
2000
Box 8: 22
Articles on 2002 Miss World Contest
2002
Box 8: 23
Assertiveness Training
1984
Box 8: 24
Association of Women Club and Other Women's Clubs
1982-1984
Box 8: 25
Astrology and Beauty in Zimbabwe
1984
Box 8: 26
Audiocassette: Bernhardt, Dawne Speech Consultant and Coach
1992 Sep 28
Box 3
Audiocassette: Bernhardt, Dawne Speech Consultant and Coach
1993 Sep 18
Box 3
Audiocassette: Chifamba, Leslie and Mutemererwa, Macyline Interview
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Chinhengo, Priscilla Interview
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Gondo, Plaxedes's Marriage
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Gwindingwa Rine Shumba Thomas Mapfumo and Blacks Unlimited
1984
Box 10
Audiocassette: Jasoni, Betty and Mukamba, Mary Interview
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Jasoni, Betty and Viola and Chikowone, Lindiwe Interview
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Kambarani, Annette Miss Zimbabwe 1999 Interview
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Lovemore Majaivana and the Jobs Combination 'Isitimela'
1984
Box 10
Audiocassette: Makwe, Rosemary and Mbire, Natsai Interview
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Mapeka, Pam Interview
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Mapiye, Mercy and Mukeumba, Mary Interview
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Mathui on Mau Mau
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Mudzamiri, Rafidzo Interview
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Mutanugaduna, Paul Interview
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Various Interviews
1996
Box 10
Audiocassette: Various Zimbabwe
ca.2000
Box 9
Audiocassette: Zimbabwe Tours
ca.2000
Box 9
Booklet Covers
1983-1984
Box 8: 27
Boys and Girls Research
1999-2000
Box 8: 28
Chennells, Anthony: Settler Myths and the South Rhodesian Novel
1982
Box 8: 29
Correspondence
1986-2005
Box 8: 30
Correspondence: Carolyn Martin Shaw and Bill Shaw
1983-2003
Box 8: 31
Danhiko School
1985-2000
Box 8: 32
Early Documents on Zimbabwe's Transition to Independence
ca.1980
Box 8: 33
Gaidzanwa, Rudo on Shaw
1998 Sep 15
Box 8: 34
Gona, Dorothy on Sexual Harassment
undated
Box 8: 35
Gondo, Miriama (Informant) on Courtship Relation
2003
Box 8: 36
Great Zimbabwe and First Reader Atlas
ca.1980
Box 8: 37
Highfield High School
1984
Box 8: 38
History and Art
1971-1983
Box 8: 39
History and Art
1981-1994
Box 8: 40
Image Research
ca.2000
Box 8: 41
Jekesa Pfungwa Vulingqondo: 50 years
1997
Box 8: 48
Jekesa Pfongwa Vulingqondo: Background for Sticks and Stones
1999
Box 8: 49
Kolem, David: Civil Society as Space for the Reauthoring of Suppressed Stories
undated
Box 8: 42
Maps
ca.1980
Box 8: 43
Ministry of Community Affairs and Women's Affairs: Report on the Situtation of Women in Zimbabwe
1982
Box 8: 44
Multiculturalism Talk at the Rotary Club
2001 Mar 14
Box 8: 45
Newspaper Content Analysis
1984-1999
Box 8: 46
Opinion Articles on Women
2004
Box 8: 49
Photographs: Apartment
1984-1998
Box 8: 50
Photographs: Friends and Mugabe in Harare
1984
Box 8: 51
Photographs: Ibadan
1972-1985
Box 8: 52
Photographs: Jekesa Pfungwa Vulingqondo
2000
Box 8: 56
Photographs: Kitchen Tea
1999-2001
Box 8: 53
Photographs: Mutayambizi, Pedzi and his Son, Gregory
1984
Box 8: 54
Photographs: National Secretaries Convention, Summer School, Secretaries Interviewed
ca.2000
Box 8: 55
Photographs: Negatives from Dissertation Fieldwork: Kenya
1971-1972
Box 8: 57
Photographshotos: Wedding
1999-2001
Box 8: 58
Photographs: Women's Action Group
2001
Box 8: 59
Photographs: Young People in Harare
1999-2001
Box 8: 60
Photographs: Zimbabwe and Maleme
1976-1985
Box 8: 61
Photographs: Zimbabwean Friends in the USA
2002-2003
Box 8: 62
Public Discourse: Ranger and Katz
1999-2000
Box 8: 63
Research: Fashion in Zimbabwe
ca.1985-2013
Box 8: 64
Research Materials
1980-1982
Box 8: 65
Research Materials
1980-1984
Box 8: 66
School Texts
1981-1982
Box 8: 67
Secretaries Research
1999-2000
Box 8: 68
Sexual Harassment Research
undated
Box 8: 69
Stockley, Page: Lessing Imperial Romances and Narratives of White Rhodesian Nationalism
undated
Box 8: 70
Sunday Mail: Air Zimbabwe Hostesses
1985
Box 8: 71
Sunday Mail: The Arts and Culture
1982
Box 8: 72
Sunday Mail: Baby Dumping/Infanticide
1982
Box 8: 73
Sunday Mail: Equality
1986
Box 8: 74
Sunday Mail: Equal Opportunity
1982
Box 8: 75
Sunday Mail: Fashion, Beauty, and Cultural Preservation
1986
Box 8: 76
Sunday Mail: Gays
1982
Box 8: 77
Sunday Mail: Marriage and the Family
1986
Box 8: 78
Sunday Mail: Marriage and Inheritance
1986
Box 8: 79
Sunday Mail: Miscellaneous
1986
Box 8: 80
Sunday Mail: National Women's Council
1986
Box 8: 81
Sunday Mail: Operation Clean-Up
1984
Box 8: 82
Sunday Mail: The Press
1986
Box 8: 83
Sunday Mail: Prison
1987
Box 8: 84
Sunday Mail: Prostitution
1986
Box 8: 85
Sunday Mail: Seduction Damages
1984
Box 8: 86
Sunday Mail: Sexual Harassment, Women at Work
1986
Box 8: 87
Sunday Mail: South Africa Foreign Relations
1986
Box 8: 88
Sunday Mail: Virility
1986
Box 5: 1
Sunday Mail: Witchcraft
1986
Box 5: 2
Sunday Mail: Women and Religion
1986
Box 5: 3
Sunday Mail: Women as Consumers
1986
Box 5: 4
Sunday Mail: Women's Participation in ZANU
1983
Box 5: 5
Sunday Mail: Women Speak Out
1986
Box 5: 6
Sunday Mail: Women Teachers in National Development
1986
Box 5: 7
Teaching: University of Zimbabwe: African Philosophy
1982
Box 5: 8
VHS: The Wedding of Plaxedes Gondo
undated
Box 7
Women's Action Group: 17th Anniversary
2000
Box 5: 10
Women's Action Group: Board of Trustees
2000-2001
Box 5: 11
Women's Action Group: Calender
2001
Box 5: 12
Women's Action Group: Constitution and Employment Contract
2001
Box 5: 13
Women's Action Group: Correspondence: Watson, Peggy
1997-2002
Box 5: 14
Women's Action Group: Engendering the National Budget in Zimbabwe
2000-2001
Box 5: 15
Women's Action Group: Health Guides
1995
Box 5: 16
Women's Action Group: History
1986-2010
Box 5: 17
Women's Action Group: In the News
1984
Box 5: 18
Women's Action Group: Internal Review
2000-2001
Box 5: 19
Women's Action Group: Merit from Review
1984
Box 5: 20
Women's Action Group: Newsletter
1984-1985
Box 5: 21
Women's Action Group: Operation Clean-Up
1983-1984
Box 5: 22
Women's Action Group: Other Women's Resources
1983-1992
Box 5: 23
Women's Action Group: Questionnaire
ca.1985
Box 5: 24
Women's Action Group: Research
1983-1985
Box 5: 25
Women's Action Group: Retrenchment and Budget
2000-2001
Box 5: 26
Women's Action Group: Review of Contribution and Experiences: 1990-1996
1996
Box 5: 27
Women's Action Group: Review of Minutes
1986-1996
Box 5: 28
Women's Action Group: Survey
1987
Box 5: 29
Women's Action Group: Survey Analysis
1986
Box 5: 30
Women's Action Group: Survey: Business and Personnel Administration, University of Zimbabwe
1983-1984
Box 5: 31
Women's Action Group: Survey: Churchill and Roosevelt High Schools
1983-1984
Box 5: 32
Women's Action Group: Survey: Harare Highfield High School
ca.1985
Box 5: 33
Women's Action Group: Survey: Intro to Social Anthropology, University of Zimbabwe
ca.1985
Box 5: 9
Women's Action Group: Tsanga, Amy
2008-2009
Box 5: 34
Women's Action Group: Zimbabwe National Archive
2001
Box 5: 35
Women and Gays
1981-1984
Box 5: 37
Women and Gays (cont.)
1984-2000
Box 5: 38
Women's Fashion Research
1998-2008
Box 5: 36
Women in Political Economy
1983
Box 5: 39
Women in Political Economy: Shopo, T.D.
1984
Box 5: 40
Women's Pamphlets
ca.1990
Box 5: 43
Zimbabwe Home and Country
1998-1999
Box 5: 41
Zimbabwe Home and Country: Content Analysis
undated
Box 5: 42
Contents:

This folder contains Shaw's analyses of the Home and Country magazine in Zimbabwe during its colonial period, then known as Rhodesia. Editions analyzed run from the mid-1930s to the 1960s.

Administrative information

Access

The collection is open for research.

Provenance

Gift of Carolyn Martin Shaw, May 2017.

Separated Material

Books that came with the Carolyn Martin Shaw Papers were removed from the collection and will be cataloged separately. These books include:

  • Africa Today: Special Issue: Women, Language, and Law in Africa II 49.2 (2002) Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press
  • Barnes, T.; Win, E. (1992). To Live a Better Life: An Oral History of Women in the City of Harare, 1930-1970. Harare, ZI: Baobab Books
  • Bayley, M. (1971). Black Africa Cookbook. San Francisco, CA: Determined Productions Inc.
  • Beals, A. R.; Tanabe, P. Plath, D. W.; Halpern, B. K.; Halpern, J. M.; Blakely, P. R.; Durkin, M. C. (1972). People in States. Menlo Park, CA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
  • Bond-Stewart, K. (1987). Independence is Not Only for One Sex. Harare, ZI: African Publishing Group
  • Canadian Journal of African Studies 23.3 (1989) Toronto, ON: Canadian Association of African Studies
  • Chiroro, P.; Mashu, A.; Muhwava, W. (2002). The Zimbabwean Male Psyche with Respect to Reproductive Health, HIV, AIDS, and Gender Issues. Harare, ZI: Centre for Applied Psychology
  • Dangaremba, T. (2006). The Book of Not. Oxfordshire, UK: Ayebia Clarke Publishing
  • Das Argument 30.6 (1988): Hamburg, DE: Rentzelstrasse
  • Davenport, D. (1982). Eat Thunder and Drink Rain. Los Angeles, CA: D. Davenport
  • Dinesen, I. (1938). Out of Africa and Shadows on Grass. New York, NY: Random House
  • Ekeh, E. (1989). How Tables Came to Umu Madu: The Fabulous History of an Unknown Continent. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press
  • Ellis, K.; Durkin, M. C. (1972). People in Communities. Menlo Park, CA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
  • Gaidzanwa. R. B. (1985). Images of Women in Zimbabwean Literature. Harare, ZI: College Press
  • Gaidzanwa, R. B. (2001). Speaking for Ourselves: Masculinities and Feminities Amongst Students at the University of Zimbabwe. Harare, ZI: University of Zimbabwe Affirmative Action Project: Gender Studies Association: Ford Foundation
  • Gibson Wilson, E. (1972). A West African Cookbook. Philadelphia, PA: M. Evans and Company
  • Hultman, T. (1985). The Africa News Cookbook: African Cooking for Western Kitchens. Durham, NC: Africa News Service
  • Judaism 49.194 (2000) Nutley, NJ: Bernhard DeBoer, Inc.
  • Muponde, R.; Taruvinga, M. (2002). Sign and Taboo: Perspectives on the Poetic Fiction of Yvonne Vera. Harare, ZI: Weaver Press Ltd.
  • Mutswairo, S.; Chiwome, E.; Mberi, N. E.; Masasire, A; Furusa, M. (1996). Introduction to the Shona Culture. Kadoma, ZI: Juta
  • Nyumbani, M. (2001). Alice Taabu's Cookery Book. Nairobi, KY: Kenway Publications
  • Onyebadi, U. (1998). How to Be an African Lady. Nairobi, KY: East African Educational Publishers Ltd.
  • Romell Mullen, H. (1981). Tree Tall Woman. Galveston, TX: Energy Earth Communications
  • Rouslin, C. (1993). El pescador y las lunas: The Fisherman and the Moons: Le pêcheur et les lunes.
  • Shapi, F.; Halford, K. (1982). A Lamu Cookbook. Lamu, KY: Lamu Society
  • Strong, B.; Clark, C.; Myers, C. B. (1975). Africa: People in Change. Menlo Park, CA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
  • Sudarkasa, N. (1973). Where Women Work: A Study of Yoruba Women in the Marketplace and in the Home. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan
  • Swirsky, R. (2003). Calliope's Notes: Eyes Facing Forward. Santa Cruz, CA: University of California Santa Cruz
  • Vera, Y. (1998). Butterfly Burning. New York, NY: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux
  • Vera, Y. (1998). Nehanda. Harare, ZI: Baobab Books
  • Vera, Y. (2002). The Stone Virgins. Harare, ZI: Weaver Press
  • Vera, Y. (1999). Under the Tongue. Harare, ZI: Baobob Books
  • Vera, Y. (1999). Without a Name. New York, NY: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux
  • Watson, P. (1998). Determined to Act: The First 15 Years of the Women's Action Group (WAG) 1983-1998. Harare, ZI: Women's Action Group

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Processed by Joanna Nevins, December 2017.

For related materials in Special Collections and University Archives see the other collections in the Irma Mclaurin Black Feminist Archive.

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English

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Cite as: Carolyn Martin Shaw Papers (MS 974). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.

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Subjects

  • Anthropology--research
  • Female circumcision
  • Feminism
  • Floyd, Nubra Elaine
  • Kenya
  • Shaw, Carolyn Martin, 1944-
  • University of California, Santa Cruz
  • Women's Action Group (Zimbabwe)
  • Zimbabwe

Contributors

  • Shaw, Carolyn Martin, 1944- [main entry]

Genres and formats

  • Audiocassette
  • Essays
  • Photographs
  • Teaching Materials
  • Video Tapes

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