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Maland, Jeanine

Jeanine Maland Papers
1951-2007
24 boxes (36 linear feet)
Call no.: MS 467

Born in 1945 in Iowa, Jeanine Maland attended Iowa State University before enrolling at UMass Amherst to pursue a second bachelor’s degree in women’s studies in 1978. While in Western Massachusetts, Maland continued the advocacy work she began at the Rhode Island Women’s Health Collective. Throughout the 1970s-1990s Maland was involved in countless organizations representing a variety of activist movements from prison reform and labor to disarmament and peace.

Jeanine Maland’s papers represent a wide sampling of the activity and career of a lifelong activist, spanning the years 1951-2007. Although the collection contains limited personal information, these materials reflect Maland’s passion and commitment to social justice and social action. Her interests intersect with a number of the major social movements since the 1960s, ranging from the peace and antinuclear movements to critiques of the growing Prison Industrial Complex. While much of Maland’s activism took place on a local level, her efforts were often coordinated with national and international interests and movements.

Background on Jeanine Maland

Jeanine Maland was born on July 9, 1945 in Iowa. The product of a large family, Maland enjoyed a conventional childhood and adolescence in Charles City. Her solid high school record afforded her the opportunity to pursue an undergraduate degree at Iowa State University where she studied home economics. During her years at Iowa State, she bore witness to growing social movements of the 1960s. These social movements inspired her to look beyond her own experiences and she began to take her first steps toward a lifelong commitment to activism.

Maland’s interest in activism inspired her to spend a year doing an Undergraduate Seminar Study and Community Teaching at the Merrill-Palmer Institute of Human Development and Family life in Detroit, Michigan in 1967. For Maland, this experience deeply challenged her both intellectually and personally, and deepened her commitment to social change and activism, teaching her the value of community based activism. These lessons continued to inform her career throughout the rest of her life.

In 1968, Maland graduated from the Iowa State University with a degree in Child Development and concentrations in Sociology and Psychology. She then moved to New England to pursue work in health care and community organizing. Between 1972 and 1975, she worked as a nurse’s and physical therapy assistant in Providence, Rhode Island, and as an organizer for Local 1199 Hospital and Health Care Employees Union at the Park View Nursing Home. After completing her L.P.N certificate at the Rhode Island Junior College, Maland served as a nurse for cancer patients. Concurrently, Maland expanded on her community advocacy to be a founding member of the Rhode Island Women’s Health Collective where she organized workshops and worked to construct hospital advocacy program for low-income families in the community. Her advocacy work in Rhode Island also strengthened her feminist consciousness and placed her in a growing women’s health movement that began to connect women to their bodies and empower them to make their own health decisions.

In 1978, Maland gave birth to her daughter, Molly. Her advocacy work and growing involvement with the women’s health movement inspired her to go back to college to earn another bachelor’s degree in women’s studies. Maland moved to Amherst to begin her coursework at UMass. In addition to her studies, she also continued her advocacy work with Western Massachusetts Family Planning Council. There, Maland facilitated community education programs and served as a clinic counselor, an ideal complement to her intellectual work in women’s studies. After completing her Bachelor’s degree at UMass Amherst in 1981, Maland continued her community organizing efforts in a number of unique ways during the 1980s: serving as a coordinator for a cooperative parent playground, working as a daycare coordinator, collaborating on materials to educate parents on children’s fears about nuclear weapons, and mobilizing local activists as a community organizer for Central American Solidarity groups during the mid-1980s.

Maland’s years in Amherst connected her to local activist Margaret Holt. The two enjoyed a tremendous friendship over the last twenty years of Holt’s life. While the correspondence between the two women is minimal, their connections appear throughout the collection. Holt gave Maland numerous periodicals to read. The two spent countless hours organizing against the military industrial complex, the nuclear proliferation movement, against the wars in the Middle East, as well local events in concerns in Amherst with the Gray Panthers, the Amherst Disarmament Coalition and the Amherst Peace Vigil. In many respects, Holt acted as a mentor to Maland, providing her with reading material and connections to a variety of organizations she supported locally and nationally. As Holt continued to age and grow ill, Maland cared for her in her home. The two remained close until Holt’s death in 2004.

Encouraged by Holt, Maland’s interest in activism grew during the late 1980s; she expanded her perspective from local to global issues as she explored graduate school options. She considered programs in history, economics, and anthropology, and in 1987 enrolled in graduate courses in anthropology and economics at UMass Amherst. She formally enrolled in a graduate program in anthropology during the 1989 academic year, where she reviewed her earlier interests in healthcare and labor organization in a new context. She completed a Master’s thesis on healthcare and graduate students, entitled “Falling through the Cracks….” in 1992.

In addition to her academic pursuits, Maland put her earlier union experience to use by playing a key role in forming the University’s Graduate Student Union (G.E.O) in the late 1980s. Officially incorporated in 1990, the purpose of the G.E.O. was-and still is-to better the lives of graduate students. Maland led campaigns for child care, improved housing and health care, wage increases, and tuition waivers until 1998, when she left the University and took a job as an instructor at the Community College of Vermont.

During her time at the Community College of Vermont, Maland continued coordinating and volunteering for organizations and causes she supported. She became involved with more local advocacy groups, such as ARISE for Social Justice in Springfield, Massachusetts, an organization that works to provide a voice for low-income residents; and with many groups that worked to improve the lives of prisoners and their families.

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Contents of Collection

This collection represents a wide sampling of Jeanine Maland’s life and career, reflecting her passion and commitment for social justice and activism. Periodicals and printed materials cover topics such as health care organizing and the women’s health movement in the 1970s, feminist materials from her undergraduate work at the University of Massachusetts, activism against American foreign policy in Latin America during the 1980s, and local issues in Amherst from 1981 until the 1990s. Other movements or topics documented: the wars in Iraq, nuclear proliferation, racism, the Free Mumia movement, the anti-nuclear Movement, and critiques of the growing prison industrial complex.

Series descriptions
1966-2005

A wide variety of materials pertaining to Maland’s involvement in social movements, including (but not limited to) Central America, education reform, the Gray Panthers, anti-war organizations, and nuclear disarmament. The series spans over forty years and mainly consists of fliers for events and informational paraphernalia about the organizations and causes she supported.

Much of this material relates to Maland’s interest around social change in the United States and abroad since 1945 and consists of information on women’s issues, healthcare, race, economic reform, and labor organizing. These secondary and primary sources relate directly to her intellectual and activism since the 1960s. The books, handbooks, magazines, newsletters, and newspapers give tremendous insight into how Maland conceptualized her intellectual work and activism, as well as offer researchers insight into social movements since the 1960s.

Maland’s work ranged from organizing hospital unions during the 1970s in Providence Rhode Island to jobs as counselor for the Western Massachusetts Reproductive Rights (Tapestry Health), a community organizer in Amherst during the early 1980s, a graduate teaching assistant at UMass Amherst, and an adjunct faculty member of the Community College of Vermont.

Maland’s interests centered around social change in both her professional endeavors as well as her teaching. Course packets, syllabi, teaching notes, selected readings, conference pamphlets, and files from her previous jobs and employment reflect her deep commitment to social change. Topics include reproductive rights, foreign policy (especially in terms of Latin America, with a focus on Nicaragua) access to quality healthcare, feminism, and the military industrial complex. One of the richest aspects of this series is the selection of materials relating to the women’s health movement during the 1970s and 1980s. Maland’s work in both Providence and Boston illuminate the growing consciousness among women about taking control of their bodies, especially after Roe V. Wade in 1973. This series provides important insight into Maland’s career trajectory and contextualizes her activities and the causes she supports through her professional activities in concert with her activism.

This series includes materials from the Graduate Employee Organization (G.E.O.) at UMass Amherst, information about other graduate unions across the country, secondary materials relating to organizing, national unions, bargaining, and the nuts and bolts of organizing in a variety of settings. Presumably, Maland and other G.E.O officers used such materials as examples when they began organizing and bargaining with the University beginning in the late 1980s. For Maland, her activities with the Graduate Employee Organization continued her long-time involvement with unions and organizing.

As a whole, this series illustrates a remarkable arc of union activity at the University of Massachusetts. Maland’s papers chronicle the union’s activities between 1989 and 1996, and demonstrate how the GEO union evolved to meet new demands of its constituents and adjust to an increasingly privatized university of the course of about six to seven years. Minutes of various committee meetings during the 1991-1995 academic years contain insights into Maland’s personal battles with the University Health Services and the trials of trying to be a single mother on a graduate assistant’s stipend in the Anthropology and Women’s Studies Departments. These personal struggles profoundly influenced Maland’s activism with the Graduate Employee Organization. Subsequently, G.E.O made strong gains in the 1995 contract to provide childcare and improved family health insurance plans. Maland herself completed research about the relationship between healthcare and graduate students in her 1992 Master’s thesis.

Finally, this series contains internal University of Massachusetts documents outlining the various action plans to restructure the University between 1993 and 1996, as well as President Michael Hooker’s plan to move the University towards the 21st Century. These studies impact the G.E.O. in terms of budgetary questions about the roles and future of graduate students at the University. They respond in kind to these studies during the next wave of budget cuts that commonwealth suffered during the middle 1990s.

This series encompasses prison-related activism and a critique of the prison industrial complex in the United States. Incensed by the rise of mandatory minimums in Massachusetts and the unfair and often arbitrary enforcement of those minimums during the middle 1990s under the William Weld/Paul Cellucci administration, Maland began working assiduously on behalf of the prisoners incarcerated in Massachusetts. This activism was born out of affiliations with people Maland taught with at UMass, such as Tony Guglimi and Bob Shapiro. Activists like Maland organized book donations to Massachusetts prison libraries so that prisoners would have every resource available to them as they worked on their defenses. In order to organize more effectively against an unnecessary rise in the number of people incarcerated, she began to organize a prison issues group in the middle 1990s, the Western Massachusetts Prison Issues Group or WMPIG. Maland maintained contact with inmates in prison and this series includes their correspondence.

Collection inventory
Series 1. Activism
1966-2005
Adolescence
undated
Box 1: 1
Affirmative Action
2003 Apr. 1
Box 1: 2
Africa
1996-2003
Box 1: 3
Aid for Families with Dependent Children
ca.1979-1980
Box 1: 4
American Civil Liberties Union
ca.1993-1999
Box 1: 5
American Friends Service Committee
undated
Box 1: 6
Amherst Disarmament Coalition
undated
Box 1: 7
Amherst Disarmament Coalition
undated
Box 1: 8
ARISE for Social Justice
ca.1996-2001
Box 1: 9
Art
ca.1994-2004
Box 1: 10
Assata Shakur
1998 Jan. 24
Box 1: 11
Assorted Poetry and Quotes
1988-2000
Box 1: 12
Balkan States
1994-1999
Box 1: 13
Boston MNS
1985
Box 1: 14
Boycotts and Strikes
1984-2005
Box 1: 15
Bumper Stickers
undated
Box 1: 16
Business
1988-2004
Box 1: 17
Cartoons
1984-2003
Box 1: 18
Censorship
undated
Box 1: 19
Center for Third World Organizing
1993-1994
Box 1: 20
Central America
ca.1980-2002
Box 2: 1
Central America: Articles
1983-1989
Box 2: 2
Central America: Cuba
1994-2003
Box 2: 3
Central America: El Salvador
1985-1992
Box 2: 4
Central America: Guatemala
ca.1981-1995
Box 2: 5
Central America: Information
ca.1983-1993
Box 2: 6
Central America: Low Intensity Conflict
ca.1980-1990
Box 2: 7
Central America: Mexico
1990-1994
Box 2: 8
Central America: New England Central America Network
1994-1996
Box 2: 9
Central America: Nicaragua
1985-1996
Box 2: 10
Central America: Organizations
ca.1983-1993
Box 2: 11
Central America: Personal Accounts
1979-1985
Box 2: 12
Central America: Pledge of Resistance and Contingency Plan
1985
Box 2: 13
Central America: Pledge of Resistance and Contingency Plan: Affinity Group Packet
1985
Box 2: 14
Central America: Resistance to U.S. Policy
ca.1983-1993
Box 2: 15
Children’s Defense Fund
undated
Box 2: 16
Citizen Soldier
2000-2002
Box 2: 17
COINTELPRO
1992
Box 2: 18
Committees of Correspondence
2002
Box 2: 19
Correspondence
1988-2002
Box 2: 20
CPPAX
1993-2004
Box 2: 21
Drug Policy and Treatment
1966-2000
Box 2: 22
Economy
1980-1999
Box 2: 23
Education
ca.2001
Box 2: 24
Elian Gonzalez
1999-2000
Box 2: 25
Environment
1995-2002
Box 2: 26
Family
ca.1984
Box 2: 27
Food First
1996
Box 2: 28
Global Women’s Strike
2005
Box 3: 1
Government Spending
1984-2000
Box 3: 2
Grassroots Organizing
1991-2002
Box 3: 3
Gray Panthers: 6th Biennial National Convention
1986 Sept. 18-21
Box 3: 4
Gray Panthers: Austin, TX
ca.1980-1990
Box 3: 5
Gray Panthers: Boston, MA
ca.1980-1990
Box 3: 6
Gray Panthers: Boston Remembers
1985
Box 3: 7
Gray Panthers: Boulder, CO
ca.1980-1990
Box 3: 8
Gray Panthers: General Information
ca.1980-1995
Box 3: 9
Gray Panthers: Healthcare Activism
ca.1981-1988
Box 3: 10
Gray Panthers: Network Newspaper
1986-1988
Box 3: 11
Gray Panthers: Panther Tracks Newsletter
1981-1987
Box 3: 12
Gray Panthers: Pioneer Valley, MA
ca.1980-1995
Box 3: 13
Gray Panthers: Tribute to Maggie Kun
1995
Box 3: 14
Gray Panthers: Westchester, NY
ca.1980-1990
Box 3: 15
Gulf War
1990-1991
Box 3: 16
Haiti
undated
Box 3: 17
Health
1985-1991
Box 3: 18
Healthcare
1992-2005
Box 3: 19
Human Rights
1965-2004
Box 3: 20
Hydro-Quebec
1993
Box 3: 21
Immigration
1996-2002
Box 4: 1
Institiute for Community Economics omics
1982-1985
Box 4: 2
Intergovernmental Organizations
undated
Box 4: 3
Interhelp
1984-1985
Box 4: 4
Iraq, Afghanistan, and the War on Terror
ca.2001-2006
Box 4: 5
Israel and Palestine
1988-2000
Box 4: 6
Jobs with Justice
1993-2003
Box 4: 7
Korea
1991-2000
Box 4: 8
LGBTQ
1991-1998
Box 4: 9
Marshall Islands
1989
Box 4: 10
Martin Luther King Jr.: In Memoriam
1983-2001
Box 4: 11
Massachusetts Citizens Against the Death Penalty
1997-1999
Box 4: 12
Middle East
1984-1993
Box 4: 13
Military
1979-2002
Box 4: 14
Military: Draft, Enlistment, Recruitment
1979-2002
Box 4: 15
Military: Spending
1979-2002
Box 4: 16
Military: Veterans
1979-200
Box 4: 17
Native Americans
1985-2000
Box 5: 1
Nuclear
ca.1979-2002
Box 5: 2
Nuclear
ca.1979-2002
Box 5: 3
Nuclear: Project on the Present Danger
1984
Box 5: 4
Nuclear: What to Tell the Children
1983
Box 5: 5
Peace Development Fund
undated
Box 5: 6
Peace, Nonviolence, and Anti-War
ca.1968-2002
Box 5: 7
Phillipines
1984-1989
Box 5: 8
Political and Government
ca.1969-2002
Box 5: 9
Puerto Rico
ca.1975-1990
Box 5: 10
Race Issues
1987-1999
Box 6: 1
Rainbow Coalition
1984-1996
Box 6: 2
Rape Awareness
ca.1990-1992
Box 6: 3
Rehabilitation Centers and Support Groups for Women
undated
Box 6: 4
Religion
ca.1960-1996
Box 6: 5
Reproductive Health and Rights
1983-2003
Box 6: 6
Resist, Inc.
1995
Box 6: 7
Resolve Inc.
1979-1980
Box 6: 8
Resources
ca.1991-2002
Box 6: 9
Self-Defense
1994
Box 6: 10
South Africa
1985
Box 6: 11
Sudan
1998 Sept.
Box 6: 12
Tenant Organizing
ca.1992
Box 6: 13
Traprock Peace Center
ca.1979-1992
Box 6: 14
Tributes and Memorials
1985-1993
Box 6: 15
Welfare Reform
ca.1979-2002
Box 6: 16
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
ca.1980-1985
Box 6: 17
Women’s Issues
ca.1980-2003
Box 6: 18
Youth Activism
1997
Box 6: 19
Series 2. Printed materials
1951-2004
Acklesberg, Martha; Bartlett, Randall; Buchele, Robert: Women, Welfare, and Higher Education: Toward Comprehensive Policies
1988 March
Box 7: 1
Action for Social and Ecological Justice: Action for Social and Ecological Justice News
2002 November
Box 7: 2
Albeda, Randy and Tilly, Chris: Glass Ceilings and Bottomless Pits
1994
Box 7: 3
Alexander, Horace: Everyman’s Struggle for Peace
1953
Box 7: 4
Arcadia Players: La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc
1993-1994
Box 7: 5
Asia Pacific Center for Justice and Peace: APC Focus
1996 Sept.-Oct.
Box 7: 6
Atkins, Martha: The Hidden History of the Female
undated
Box 7: 7
Axelrod, Jim: Thoughts of Mother Jones
1973 Jan.
Box 7: 8
Barnett, Don: Peasant Types and Revolutionary Potential in Colonial Africa
1973
Box 7: 9
Belden, Jack: Gold Flower’s Story
undated
Box 7: 10
Benfey, Theodor: Friends and the World of Nature
1980
Box 7: 11
Black Workers for Justice: Justice Speaks
1991 Mar.
Box 7: 12
Borge, Tomas: Women and the Nicaraguan Revolution
1985 July
Box 7: 13
Brinton, Howard H.: Meeting House and Farm House
1972 Sept.
Box 7: 14
Bristol, James E.: Stand Fast in Liberty
1961 Dec.
Box 7: 15
Buber, Martin: The Way of Man
1960
Box 7: 16
Camejo, Peter: Liberalism, Ultraleftism, or Mass Action
1972 Feb.
Box 7: 17
Cannon, James P.: The Revolutionary Party
1975 May
Box 7: 18
Central American Resource Center: Carecen News
1995 Mar.
Box 7: 19
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors: CCCO News Notes
1992
Box 7: 20
Collier, Howard E.: Experiment With a Life
1953 Feb.
Box 7: 21
Committee for Health Rights in the Americas: CHRIA News
1996
Box 7: 22
Communications Workers of America: Changing Information Services: Strategies for Workers and Consumers
undated
Box 7: 23
Costa, Mariarosa Dalla and James, Selma: The Power of Women and the Subversion of the Community
1972
Box 7: 24
Culpepper, Emily; Meyners, Hazel Staats; Miller, Diane: Coming out of Marriage
1973
Box 7: 25
Densmore, Dana: Sex Roles and Female Oppression
undated
Box 7: 26
Dignan, Marie; Holmes, Mary; Terrano, Angela: Working Women for Freedom
1976
Box 7: 27
Doncaster, L. Hugh: The Quaker Message: A Personal Affirmation
1972
Box 7: 28
Dubois, Ellen: Struggling into Existence: The Feminism of Sarah and Angela Grimke
1970
Box 7: 29
Dunbar, Roxanne: Female Liberation as the Basis for Socialist Revolution
undated
Box 7: 30
Dunbar, Roxanne: Poor White Women
undated
Box 7: 31
Duncan, Mel and Hartsough, David: A Draft Proposal for an International Nonviolent Peace Force
1999 Oct. 19
Box 7: 32
Easwaron, Eknath: Gandhi the Peacemaker
1982
Box 7: 33
Educational News Service: Perspectiva
1991 August
Box 7: 34
Egelson, Nick: Letter to the Movement
undated
Box 7: 35
Ehrlich, Carol: Socialism, Anarchism, and Feminism
undated
Box 7: 36
Emerson, Celia: Revolutionary Feminism
1975
Box 7: 37
Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting: Extra!
1991 Mar.-Apr.
Box 7: 38
Flacks, Dick: The Campus Calm: What Caused It? Can It Last?
undated
Box 7: 39
Foulds, Elfrida Vipont: Let Your Lives Speak
1953 May
Box 7: 40
Gluck, Sidney: The Necessity for a New Energy Policy
2002 Feb. 15
Box 7: 41
Goddard, Harold C.: Atomic Peace: The Chain Reaction of God
undated
Box 7: 42
Goddard, Harold C.: Blake’s Fourfold Vision
1956
Box 7: 43
Gordon, Linda: Families
undated
Box 7: 44
Gordon, Linda: The Fourth Mountain: Women in China
1973
Box 7: 45
Greenleaf, Phyllis Taube: Liberating Young Children from Sex Roles
1972
Box 7: 46
Haas, Richard: How Do You Answer That One? A Guide to Community Education and Public Relations for Family Violence Workers
undated
Box 7: 47
Hall, Gus: Unity! The Only Way
1987
Box 7: 48
Hinshaw, Cecil E.: Toward Political Responsibility
1954
Box 7: 49
Hoyland, Geoffrey: The Use of Silence
undated
Box 7: 50
Hungry Mind Bookstore: Fodder
1998
Box 7: 51
Interfaith Alliance: Light
1996 Jan.
Box 7: 52
International Marxist Group: Socialist Woman
1975
Box 7: 53
Jacob, Norma: From One to Another
1959 Mar.
Box 7: 54
James, Selma: Sex, Race and Class
1975
Box 7: 55
Jenness, Linda and Roberts, Dick: Inflation: What Causes It How to Fight It
1973 May
Box 7: 56
Jenness, Linda; Hill, Herbert; Reid, Willie Mae; Lovell, Frank; Davenport, Sue Em: Last Hired, First Fired: Affirmative Action vs. Seniority
1975 Nov.
Box 7: 57
Johnson, Russ: The Meaning of the Cambodian Tragedy
1980 Feb.
Box 7: 58
JusticeWorks: JusticeJournal
1997 Dec.
Box 7: 59
Kempton, Winifred; Bass, Medora S.; Gordon, Sol: Love, Sex, and Birth Control for the Mentally Retarded: A Guide for Parents
1977
Box 7: 60
Klare, Michael T.: The Political Economy of Arms Sales
1976 Nov.
Box 7: 61
Kollontai, Alexandra: Sexual Relations and the Class Struggle
1972 Oct.
Box 7: 62
Kollontai, Alexandra: Women Workers Struggle for Their Rights
1973 Mar.
Box 7: 63
Landers, Jane: Fort Mose
1992
Box 7: 64
Landy, Laurie: Women in the Chinese Revolution
1974
Box 7: 65
Latin America and The Carribean Solidarity Association: The Reporter
1994 May-1995 Sept.
Box 7: 66
Latin America Emergency Response Network: Urgent Action
1996 Aug.-1997 Jan.
Box 7: 67
Law, William: Selections on the Interior Life
1962 Mar.
Box 7: 68
Leghorn, Lisa and Warrior, Betsy: What’s a Wife Worth?
1974 May
Box 7: 69
Long, Priscilla: Mother Jones, Woman Organizer
1976
Box 7: 70
Lund, Caroline: The Family System: Progressive or Oppressive?
1973 May
Box 7: 71
Lynd, Staughton: Intellectuals, the University, and the Movement
ca.1968
Box 7: 72
Maguire, Patricia: Women in Development: An Alternative Analysis
1984
Box 7: 73
Mass. Department of Public Health: The Sexually Transmitted Diseases
undated
Box 7: 74
McAfee, Kathy and Wood, Myrna: Bread and Roses
1969
Box 7: 75
Mensching, Wilhelm: Conscience
1961 Aug.
Box 7: 76
Mishel, Lawrence and Simon, Jacqueline: The State of Working America
1988
Box 7: 77
Mitchell, Juliet: Women: The Longest Revolution
1966 Nov.-Dec.
Box 7: 78
Morgen, Sandra: To See Ourselves, To See Our Sisters: The Challenge of Re-Envisioning Curriculum Change
1986
Box 7: 79
Movement for a New Society: The Dandelion
1986
Box 7: 80
Mumford, Lewis: The Human Way Out
1958
Box 7: 81
Murphy, Carol: A Deeper Faith: The Thought of Paul Tillich
1958 Aug.
Box 7: 82
Murphy, Carol: The Examined Life
1955
Box 7: 83
Murphy, Carol: Religion and Mental Illness
1955
Box 7: 84
Muste, A.J.: Of Holy Disobedience
1952
Box 7: 85
The National Immigration Forum: The Golden Door
1996
Box 7: 86
National Priorities Project: Local Consequences of the Reagan Budget Shift
1983
Box 7: 87
National Priorities Project: NPP Brief
1998-2000
Box 7: 88
New England Central America Network: Solidaridad
1994-1995
Box 7: 89
Nouwen, Henri: Christ of the Americas: Dying and Rising and Coming Again
undated
Box 7: 90
Ockel, Gerhard: Guilt
1951
Box 7: 91
Office of the Americas: Focus Newsletter
1998 Oct.
Box 7: 92
Pappenheim, Fritz: Alienation in a Just Society
1967
Box 7: 93
Peace and Justice Center: Peace and Justice News
1996 Jan.
Box 7: 94
Peace Brigades International/USA: PBI/USA Report
1996 Sept.
Box 7: 95
Peace Development Fund, Pacific Peace Fund: Peace Developments
1984-1985
Box 7: 96
Peck, James: Underdogs vs. Upperdogs
1969 Apr.
Box 7: 97
Piercy, Marge: The Grand Coolie Dam
1969
Box 7: 98
Puerto Rican Solidarity Committee: Puerto Rico Libre!
1976 Nov.
Box 7: 99
Quintero, Marcia Rivera: Working Class Feminism
undated
Box 7: 100
Randall, Margaret: Cuban Women Now: Afterword 1974
1974
Box 7: 101
Rawlins, Winifred: The Inner Islands
1953
Box 7: 102
Reed, Evelyn: The Myth of Women’s Inferiority
undated
Box 7: 103
Reed, Evelyn and Moriarty, Claire: Abortion and the Catholic Church: Two Feminists Defend Women’s Rights
1973 Mar.
Box 7: 104
Rose, Stephen J.: Social Stratification in the United States
1992
Box 7: 105
Rosenberg, Ken and Schiff, Gordon: The Politics of Healthcare
1973 Apr.
Box 7: 106
Rowbotham, Sheila: Women’s Liberation and Revolution
1973 May
Box 7: 107
Rubenstein, Dale Ross: How the Russian Revolution Failed Women
undated
Box 7: 108
Rush, Anne Kent: Getting Clear: Body Work for Women
1973
Box 7: 109
Ruzek, Sheryl K.: Women and Health Care
1975 June
Box 7: 110
Sagan, Carl: The Nuclear Winter
undated
Box 7: 111
Seifer, Nancy: Absent from the Majority: Working Class Women in America
1973
Box 7: 112
Snafu: Snafu News
2004 Mar.-Apr.
Box 7: 113
Southwest Research and Information Center: The Workbook
1978 Aug.-Sept.
Box 8: 1
Spiegelberg, Eldora: Peace is a Women’s Issue
undated
Box 8: 2
Steere, Douglas V.: On Speaking out of the Silence
1972
Box 8: 3
Stutzman, Rev. Ralph H.: The Redemptive Community and The Individual Within the Redemptive Community
undated
Box 8: 4
Sweezy, Paul: Marx and the Proletariat
1967
Box 8: 5
Task Force on Concerns of Physically Disabled Women: Within Reach: Providing Family Planning Services to Disabled Women
Box 8: 6
Taylor, Kathryn: Generations of Denial: 75 Short Biographies of Women in History
1971
Box 8: 7
Thompson, J. Milburn: Martin Luther King Jr.: The Dream of a Just Community
1983
Box 8: 8
Truth Hurts Foundation: Truth Hurts
undated
Box 8: 9
United for a Fair Economy: Too Much Newsletter
1997 Mar.
Box 8: 10
United Nations Association of the United States of America: The InterDependent
1998
Box 8: 11
University of Lowell: New Lowell Offering
1977
Box 8: 12
Urdang, Stephanie: A Revolution Within a Revolution: Women in Guinea-Bissau
ca.1974
Box 8: 13
US Network for Global Economic Justice: Economic Justice News
2002 Oct.-Dec.
Box 8: 14
Van Deurs, Kady: Panhandling Papers
1989
Box 8: 15
Vancouver Women’s Health Collective: Vancouver Women’s Health Booklet
1972 Aug.
Box 8: 16
Vogel, Lise: Women Workers: Some Basic Statistics
ca.1970
Box 8: 17
War Resisters League: New England WRL News
1993
Box 8: 18
Warrior, Betsy: Females and Welfare
undated
Box 8: 19
Waters, Mary Alice: Feminism and the Marxist Movement
1972 Oct.
Box 8: 20
Wellesley College: Annual Report
1987 Mar.
Box 8: 21
Wellman, David: Putting-on the Poverty Program
undated
Box 8: 22
Wells, Lyn: American Women: Their Use and Abuse
1969
Box 8: 23
Wiley, Peter: Vietnam and the Pacific Rim Strategy
1969
Box 8: 24
Winkler, Ilene: Women Workers: The Forgotten Third of the Working Class
1968 June
Box 8: 25
Women for Racial and Economic Equality: The WREE-View
1985 Jan.-Feb.
Box 8: 26
Women’s International Resource Exchange: We Continue Forever: Sorrow and Strength of Guatemalan Women
1983 Nov.
Box 8: 27
Woodroofe, Debby: Sisters in Struggle 1848-1920
1971 Aug.
Box 8: 28
Young, Mildred Binns: Insured by Hope
1956
Box 8: 29
A.J. Muste: 1885-1967
ca.1967
Box 8: 30
A Call for Action to Make Our Nation Safe for Children
1988
Box 8: 31
Actions for Peace, Jobs and Justice
undated
Box 8: 32
Adolescent Sexual Education
1978
Box 8: 33
African Commentary
1990 Jan.-Feb.
Box 8: 34
The American Economic System…and your part in it
ca.1977
Box 8: 35
American Women: Our Lives and Labor
1976
Box 8: 36
Anthology of Poetry and Verse
1965
Box 8: 37
Biological Therapy with Homeopathic Remedies
1983
Box 8: 38
Birth Control Handbook
1973 Nov.
Box 8: 39
Black Liberation Journal
1976
Box 8: 40
The Black Scholar
1993
Box 8: 41
Black South Africa Explodes
1977 Feb.
Box 8: 42
Boston Women’s Poetry Anthology
1970
Box 8: 43
Cambridge – The Transformation of a Working-Class City
1969
Box 8: 44
Capitalism and the Family
1976
Box 8: 45
Children’s Defense Fund (CDF) in the News
1990 Jan.-June
Box 8: 46
Christian Commitment for the 80s, vol. 1
1979
Box 8: 47
Christian Commitment for the 80s, vol. 2
1980
Box 8: 48
Co-Op America Quarterly
2004
Box 8: 49
The Continuing Struggle Against Revisionism and Nationalism
ca.1971
Box 8: 50
Creating a Common Agenda: Strategies for Our Communities
1995 Apr.
Box 8: 51
The Crisis of Global Capitalism
1997-1998
Box 8: 52
Crucible of Hope
1984 Aug.
Box 8: 53
Defense and Disarmament News
1986 Nov.-Dec.
Box 8: 54
Dialouge and Initiative
1996 June-July
Box 8: 55
Distributive Worker
1986 Dec.-1992 Aug.
Box 8: 56
El Correo Publicacion Mensual
1991 July
Box 8: 57
The Energy of Light
undated
Box 8: 58
Eve Before the Holocaust
undated
Box 8: 59
Facing Reality: A Citizen’s Guide to the Future of the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Complex
1992 Sept.
Box 8: 60
Facts About Women’s Absenteeism and Labor Turnover
1969 Aug.
Box 8: 61
Feminist Revolution
1975
Box 8: 62
FHS Zine
undated
Box 8: 63
Fifth Estate
2003
Box 8: 64
The Fight for Reproductive Freedom
2004
Box 8: 65
Fighting Poverty in America: A Study of American Public Attitudes
1994 Dec. 8
Box 8: 66
Film Guide: A Matter of Respect
undated
Box 8: 67
Fort Mose: Educational Packet
1991
Box 8: 68
Free Jose Maria Sison
ca.1982
Box 8: 69
Friends of Yesh Gvul
1992
Box 8: 70
The Global 2000 Report to The President
2000
Box 8: 71
The Goddard-Cambridge Journal
1977 Mar.
Box 8: 72
Goodwill Ambassadors
1963
Box 8: 73
Grass-Roots Newspaper
undated
Box 8: 74
Guatemala Bulletin
1996
Box 8: 75
Haiti Reborn
1995 July
Box 8: 76
Handbook for Nonviolent Action
1991
Box 8: 77
Handbook for Operating an Abortion-Birth Control Referral Service
undated
Box 8: 78
HealthRight Newsletter
1975-1979
Box 8: 79
Her Wild Song: Wilderness Journeys for Women
1994-96
Box 8: 80
The Human Quest
1992 Jan.-Feb.
Box 8: 81
Human Rights Watch Quarterly Newsletter
1992
Box 8: 82
The Hunger Project
1977
Box 8: 83
Industrial Worker
1995 May
Box 8: 84
Infact at Work
2003
Box 8: 85
Interhemispheric Resource Center Bulletin
1997 Feb.
Box 8: 86
International Liberation
1995 Mar.-Apr.
Box 8: 87
International Viewpoint
1993 Oct.
Box 8: 88
International Volunteer Services Developments
1996 Aug.
Box 8: 89
International Women’s Anthropology Conference (IWAC) Newsletter
1988
Box 8: 90
Interviews in Depth: Angola MPLA, Seta Likambulia
1974
Box 8: 91
Inward Light
1976-1977
Box 8: 92
It’s Time to Bring Them Home!
1988
Box 8: 93
Joiner Center Newsletter
1987 Dec.
Box 8: 94
Just Economics Newsletter
1975 Apr.
Box 8: 95
Kick it Over
Box 9: 1
Labor Notes
1993 Mar.-May
Box 9: 2
Labor Notes Ephemera
1992-2002
Box 9: 3
The Labor Page
1995
Box 9: 4
Laughing Stock: A Humor Sourcebook for Economic Fairness
undated
Box 9: 5
Liberation Newsletter
1975 Dec.
Box 9: 6
The Liberator
ca.1970
Box 9: 7
Middle East Report
1994 July-Oct.
Box 9: 8
Mirror
1977
Box 9: 9
The Monthly Extract: An Irregular Periodical
1976 Feb.-1977 Mar.
Box 9: 10
Monthly Review Press
1991-1992
Box 9: 11
Mosaic of New Mexico’s Scenery, Rocks and History
1967
Box 9: 12
Mountain Women’s Exchange
1986
Box 9: 13
The Movement
ca.2003
Box 9: 14
Moving On Newspaper
ca.1978-1980
Box 9: 15
Musings from Rocinante
1999 Apr.
Box 9: 16
The National Democratic Front of the Phillippines
1985
Box 9: 17
National Women’s Health Network Resource Guide #1: Breast Cancer
undated
Box 9: 18
National Women’s Health Network Resource Guide #2: Hysterectomy
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Box 9: 19
National Women’s Health Network Resource Guide #3: Menopause
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Box 9: 20
National Women’s Health Network Resource Guide #4: Maternal Health and Childbirth
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Box 9: 21
National Women’s Health Network Resource Guide #5: Birth Control
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Box 9: 22
National Women’s Health Network Resource Guide #6: DES/Diethylstilbestrol
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Box 9: 23
National Women’s Health Network Resource Guide #7: Self Help
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Box 9: 24
National Women’s Health Network Resource Guide #8: Abortion
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Box 9: 25
National Women’s Health Network Resource Guide #9: Sterilization
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Box 9: 26
Neighbor to Neighbor Bulletin
1992 Jan.-Feb.
Box 9: 27
Network
1996 May-June
Box 9: 28
New Directions for Women
1990 Sept.-Oct.
Box 9: 29
New England Free Press Catalog
1977
Box 9: 30
New Party News
1996
Box 9: 31
New University Thought
1968
Box 9: 32
The New Women’s Survival Sourcebook
1975
Box 9: 33
Nicaragua: A Look at the Reality
1985
Box 9: 34
Nicaraguan Women and the Revolution
1982
Box 9: 35
Notes from the Third Year: Women’s Liberation
1971
Box 9: 36
NWSA News
1976 Oct.
Box 9: 37
Off Our Backs
1981-1995
Box 9: 38
On the Keepers of Peace: The SAMDS Case
1970 June
Box 9: 39
The Organizer Monthly
undated
Box 9: 40
Organizing for Health Care: A Tool for Change
1974
Box 9: 41
The Other Side
1984-7
Box 9: 42
Our Bodies, Ourselves
1973
Box 9: 43
Our Bodies, Ourselves: Revised and Expanded
1976
Box 9: 44
Panama: the Ongoing Invasion
1991 May
Box 9: 45
Peace and Solidarity
1984 Apr.
Box 9: 46
Peace Matters
1999 Jan.-Feb.
Box 9: 47
Pendle Hill: A Quaker Study Center
1980-1981
Box 9: 48
People’s Charter for Health
2003 July
Box 9: 49
People’s Forum
undated
Box 9: 50
Phillippine Witness
1985 May
Box 9: 51
The Politics of Women’s Liberation
undated
Box 9: 52
The Progressive
1980 Dec.
Box 9: 53
Q. What’s Happening to Our Jobs?
1976
Box 9: 54
Quest for Peace News
1996 Oct.
Box 9: 55
Questions and Answers on the Soviet Threat and National Security
1982 Nov.
Box 9: 56
Race and Ethnic Relations
1997-1998
Box 9: 57
Radical Party
1998
Box 10: 1
Radical Perspectives on the Economic Crisis of Monopoly Capitalism
1975
Box 10: 2
Radical Teacher
1977-1992
Box 10: 3
Reading Lists in Radical Political Economics
1977
Box 10: 4
Reading the Fine Print
1995
Box 10: 5
Real World Macro
1988
Box 10: 6
Real World Macro
1993
Box 10: 7
Real World Macro
1994
Box 10: 8
Real World Micro
1989
Box 10: 9
The Review of Radical Political Economics
1972 July
Box 10: 10
The Review of Radical Political Economics
1976
Box 10: 11
The Rh Negative Woman Asks About RhoGAm
1974 Feb.
Box 10: 12
Senator Paul Tsongas Reports Newsletter
1984
Box 10: 13
Senior Citizens News
1995 Apr.
Box 10: 14
Sinister Wisdom
1980
Box 10: 15
The Six Strategies for Family Economic Self-Sufficiency
ca.1998
Box 10: 16
So You Don’t Want to be a Sex Object
1977
Box 10: 17
Socialist Feminism: A Strategy for the Women’s Movement
1971
Box 10: 18
Sojurners Monthly
1985 Apr.
Box 10: 19
Southern Africa Literature
undated
Box 10: 20
Springfield Area Movement
undated
Box 10: 21
Still Far from the Dream: Recent Developments in Black Income, Employment and Poverty
1988 Oct.
Box 10: 22
Studies on the Left
undated
Box 10: 23
Toward a Working Class Politics: The Class Background and Orientation to the New Left
ca.1969
Box 10: 24
Trade Union News
ca.1995
Box 10: 25
Travel Brochures and Postcards
undated
Box 10: 26
Travel Brochures and Postcards
undated
Box 10: 27
The U.S. in Vietnam
undated
Box 10: 28
The Unspeakable War
ca.1965-1966
Box 10: 29
Valley Advocate
1978 Dec. 20
Box 10: 30
Vanishing Dreams: The Growing Economic Plight of America’s Young Families
1988
Box 10: 31
VD Handbook
1972, 1975
Box 10: 32
The Veterans Education Project
1999 Sept. 13-15
Box 10: 33
Voice of Revolution
1987 May
Box 10: 34
Voices from Ware?
undated
Box 10: 35
The War in Vietnam
1967 May 29-June 3
Box 10: 36
War-Making by Machine
undated
Box 10: 37
Weekly News
1995 Mar. 16-23
Box 10: 38
Welcome to Springfield…a Mass. Mutual Property
1969 Sept. 1
Box 10: 39
Western Massachusetts Alliance News
1992 Mar.
Box 10: 40
What Senior Citizens Should Know About Crime Prevention
1993
Box 10: 41
What’s Wrong With the U.S. Economy?
1982
Box 10: 42
Why Do We Spend So Much Money?
1977
Box 10: 43
Witness for Peace Newsletter
1995-1996
Box 10: 44
Women and Health: Issues in Women’s Health Care
1976 July-Aug.
Box 10: 45
Women and Psychology
1972
Box 10: 46
Women Hold Up Half the Sky
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Box 10: 47
The Woman Identified Woman
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Box 10: 48
Women in Development
1984
Box 10: 49
Women in Today’s Economic Crisis
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Box 10: 50
Women News Journal
1976-1977
Box 10: 51
Women Organizing: A Socialist Feminist Bulletin
undated
Box 10: 52
Women’s Report
1995 May-June
Box 10: 53
Women’s Work: A Collection of Articles by Working Women
ca.1970-1972
Box 10: 54
WomenSpeak
1975 Apr.
Box 10: 55
WomenWise Quarterly
1981-1982
Box 10: 56
World Federalist Quarterly
1996 Aug.-1999 July
Box 10: 57
Series 3. Education and professional
1958-2005
Afro-American Studies 254
1996
Box 11: 1
Anthropology 104-0
1990
Box 11: 2
Anthropology 106
1993-1994
Box 11: 3
Anthropology 590H
1978
Box 11: 4
Anthropology 641
1989
Box 11: 5
Anthropology 697
1990
Box 11: 6
Anthropology 697B
1990
Box 11: 7
Anthropology 697B
1990
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Anthropology 783
1990
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Archeology 578
1990
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Articles: Health
ca.1975
Box 11: 11
Articles: Health, “The Unkindest Cut”
1977 May
Box 11: 12
Articles: Labor
undated
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Articles: Women, Feminism
ca.1975-1979
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Articles: Women, Race
ca.1994
Box 11: 15
Articles: Women, Reproductive
1980
Box 11: 16
Articles: Women, Workplace Equality
ca.1979-1988
Box 11: 17
Articles: Workplace Education Programs
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Box 11: 18
Augsburg College
1992
Box 11: 19
Booklists
undated
Box 11: 20
Center for Popular Economics
1994
Box 11: 21
Center for Popular Economics: 10th Annual Conference Agenda and Announcement
1989
Box 11: 22
Center for Popular Economics: Bottom Lines: A Critic’s Guide to the U.S. Economy Draft
1958 Nov. 20
Box 11: 23
Center for Popular Economics: Bottom Lines: A Critic’s Guide to the U.S. Economy Second Installment
1986 Jan. 15
Box 11: 24
Center for Popular Economics: Diploma for Completion of Training Session
1991 Aug. 4-7
Box 11: 25
Center for Popular Economics: Excerpts on Organizing
1991 Summer
Box 11: 26
Center for Popular Economics: Film List
1985
Box 11: 27
Center for Popular Economics: Handouts
1985 Summer
Box 11: 28
Center for Popular Economics: Informational Packet
ca.1990-2000
Box 11: 29
Center for Popular Economics: La Botz, Dan Excerpts from “A Troublemaker’s Handbook”
1991 Summer
Box 11: 30
Center for Popular Economics: Notes from the Institute
1985 Summer
Box 11: 31
Center for Popular Economics: Notes on Folbre’s Draft of “U.S. Economy”
1985
Box 11: 32
Center for Popular Economics: Participant Feedback
ca.1990
Box 11: 33
Center for Popular Economics: Participant Lists
1975-1985, 1995
Box 11: 34
Center for Popular Economics: The Political Economy of U.S. Militarism
ca.1985-1990
Box 11: 35
Center for Popular Economics: Summer Session Teaching Notes
ca.1991
Box 11: 36
Center for Popular Economics: Survey
ca.1991
Box 11: 37
Center for Popular Economics: Union Chapters
1991 Summer
Box 11: 38
Central America
1979-1992
Box 11: 39
Central America Study/Action Guide
undated
Box 11: 40
Central America Study/Action Guide
undated
Box 11: 41
Community College of Vermont
1997-1998
Box 11: 42
Conference Announcements
1986-2005
Box 11: 43
Conferences: The Aids Consortium
ca.1999
Box 11: 44
Conferences: Border Crossings: The Commitments of a Political Intellectual: The Life and Work of Eqbal Ahmad
1997 Oct. 3-4
Box 11: 45
Conferences: Conference on the History of Women
1997 Oct. 21-23
Box 11: 46
Conferences: Constructing Socialism: The View from Cuba
1993 June 18-July 7
Box 11: 47
Conferences: Conventional Arms Transfer Restraint in the 1990’s
1994 Nov. 16
Box 11: 48
Conferences: A Day of Celebration in Praise of Women
1976 June 19
Box 11: 49
Conferences: Hampshire College, Untitled
ca.1992 Oct. 15-20
Box 11: 50
Conferences: The Inclusive Curriculum: Setting Our Own Agenda
1993 Apr. 16-18
Box 11: 51
Conferences: International Conference on Women and Development
1989 Mar. 3-4
Box 11: 52
Conferences: John Brown 2000
2000 May 13-14
Box 11: 53
Conferences: Organizing for Change
ca.1991 Mar. 7-10
Box 11: 54
Conferences: The Party’s Not Over: Marxism 2000
2000 Sept. 21-24
Box 11: 55
Conferences: Poets Creating Peace Zones
2003 Oct. 30-Nov. 1
Box 11: 56
Conferences: Project on Women and Social Change
1990 Sept. 23-24
Box 11: 57
Conferences: Project on Women and Social Change
1998 Mar. 6-8
Box 11: 58
Conferences: Region I Family Planning: Reproductive Health Review and Update
1981 June 23-24
Box 11: 59
Conferences: Remember the Witches Week
ca.1991 Oct. 26-Nov. 3
Box 11: 60
Conferences: Sociology and Experimental Community Based Learning
1987 June 16-19
Box 11: 61
Conferences: The Speaker’s Annual Conference on the Concerns of Vietnam Veterans
ca.1990
Box 11: 62
Conferences: Special All-College Instructor Conference, Community College of Vermont
1998 Apr. 4
Box 11: 63
Conferences: Special All-College Instructor Conference, Community College of Vermont
1998 Nov. 14
Box 11: 64
Conferences: The Struggle Continues
2005 Apr. 30
Box 11: 65
Conferences: Towards a Fair Economy
1999 Mar. 6-7
Box 11: 66
Conferences: Women of Iraq and Iran
2005 Apr. 14-16
Box 11: 67
Conferences: A World Working Together for Peace
2004 July 23-25
Box 11: 68
Department of Anthropology
ca.1991
Box 11: 69
Department of Economics
1988
Box 11: 70
Department of Latin American Studies
1985-1989
Box 12: 1
Department of Women’s Studies
1978-1993
Box 12: 2
DES
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Box 12: 3
Economics 197A
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Box 12: 4
Economics 397A
1997
Box 12: 5
Economics 567
1988
Box 12: 6
Economics/Anthropology 521
1989
Box 12: 7
Economy
1985-1989
Box 12: 8
English 212T
1998
Box 12: 9
Families
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Box 12: 10
Family Planning Council of Western MA
1976-1980
Box 12: 11
Family Planning Council of Western MA
1976-1980
Box 12: 12
Family Planning Council of Western MA: Medical Protocol Book
1978
Box 12: 13
Handouts
1980-2000
Box 12: 14
Health
1970-1981
Box 12: 15
Health: Adolescent
ca.1980
Box 12: 16
Health: Infants and Children
undated
Box 12: 17
Health: Information Sheets B-H
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Box 12: 18
Health: Information Sheets M-Y
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Box 12: 19
Health: Mental
1977-1981
Box 12: 20
Health: Sexual
1976-2002
Box 12: 21
Health: Women
1976-2002
Box 12: 22
Health: Women
1976-2002
Box 12: 23
Healthcare
1977-1979
Box 12: 24
History 222
1999
Box 12: 25
History 352B
1987
Box 12: 26
History 389
1979
Box 12: 27
Information Packet: El Salvado
1985 Feb. 8
Box 12: 28
Information Packet: Honduras
1985 Jan. 16
Box 12: 29
LGBTQ
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Box 12: 30
National Women’s Health Network
1980-1981
Box 12: 31
Native Americans
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Box 12: 32
NICA — Nuevo Instituto de CentroAmerica
1986
Box 12: 33
Notes
undated
Box 12: 34
Notes
undated
Box 12: 35
Notes from a Trip to Guatemala
1990
Box 12: 36
Notes from Students
1990-1999
Box 12: 37
Occupational Health 290H
1979
Box 12: 38
Personal
1976-2003
Box 12: 39
PoliSci 60
1984
Box 12: 40
Poverty
ca.1989
Box 12: 41
Presentation: A Century of Crimes Against the Filipino People
2004 Aug. 25
Box 12: 42
Professional Materials
1976-1989
Box 12: 43
Puerto Rico
undated
Box 12: 44
Race Issues
1981-1989
Box 12: 45
Rape Awareness
1971-1979
Box 12: 46
Reproductive Health and Rights
1973-1981
Box 13: 1
Reproductive Health and Rights
1973-1981
Box 13: 2
Reproductive Health and Rights
1973-1981
Box 13: 3
Research: “The Psychology of Perpetrators and Bystanders”
ca.1984
Box 13: 4
Research: Peggy Peri Memoir
undated
Box 13: 5
Review: Riverfinger Women
ca.1992
Box 13: 6
Rhode Island Health Advocates
1974-1977
Box 13: 7
Rhode Island Women’s Health Collective
undated
Box 13: 8
Santa Cruz Women’s Health Center
1976
Box 13: 9
Sexual Harassment
1979
Box 13: 10
Sexuality
1970-1981
Box 13: 11
Sociology 344
1994
Box 13: 12
South American Course Pack: Notes
1987
Box 14: 1
South American Course Pack: Pages 10-25
1987
Box 14: 2
South American Course Pack: Pages 29-71
1987
Box 14: 3
South American Course Pack: Pages 71-83
1987
Box 14: 4
South American Course Pack: Pages 84-93
1987
Box 14: 5
South American Course Pack: Pages 94-113
1987
Box 14: 6
South American Course Pack: Pages 116-127
1987
Box 14: 7
South American Course Pack: Pages 128-141
1987
Box 14: 8
South American Course Pack: Pages 143-157
1987
Box 14: 9
South American Course Pack: Pages 158-171
1987
Box 14: 10
South American Course Pack: Pages 179-196
1987
Box 14: 11
South American Course Pack: Pages 197-224
1987
Box 14: 12
South American Course Pack: Pages 219-234
1987
Box 14: 13
South American Course Pack: Pages 235-264
1987
Box 14: 14
Study Circles
1992-1994
Box 15: 1
Summer Programs
1988-1992
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Teaching Materials
1988-1994
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University Health Services
1976-1978
Box 15: 4
University of Massachusetts Amherst
1987-2002
Box 15: 5
Vanderbilt University
1984-1987
Box 15: 6
Violence Against Women
1977-1981
Box 15: 7
War Criminal Tribunals: Afghanistan
2004 Mar. 13
Box 15: 8
War Criminal Tribunals: Korea
2001 June 23
Box 15: 9
Women’s Community Health Center
ca.1977
Box 15: 10
Women’s Studies 100
1995
Box 15: 11
Women’s Studies 187
1990
Box 15: 12
Women’s Studies 187
1990-1992
Box 15: 13
Women’s Studies 201
1991
Box 15: 14
Women’s Studies 294C
1992
Box 15: 15
Workshops
1985-2002
Box 15: 16
Series 4. Union work
1970-2007
UMass GEO and UAW Local 2322
1989-1991 Strike
1989-1991
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Agreement With UMass
1993 July 1-1996 June 30
Box 16: 2
Announcements, Brochures, Flyers and Pamphlets
ca.1988-2004
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Articles
ca.1990-1995
Box 16: 4
Audit Reviews
1995 May 23
Box 16: 5
Budget Cuts
ca.1988-2004
Box 16: 6
Budget Information
1994
Box 16: 7
Committee on Racism and Social Justice
1992-1994
Box 16: 8
Constitutions
1990-1996
Box 16: 9
Contact Lists
1994-1996
Box 16: 10
Contract Negotiations
1990-1995
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Contract Proposal
1990 Dec. 10
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Contract Update
1992 Feb. 6
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Contract Worksheets
1995 Feb. 22
Box 16: 14
Correspondence
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Correspondence
1989
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Correspondence
1990
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Correspondence
1991
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Correspondence
1992
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Correspondence
1993
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Correspondence
1994
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Correspondence
1995
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1996
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Curriculum Fees
1988-1991
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Elections
1990-1996
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1988-1996
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1994 Jan. 1-Oct. 31
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Graduate Student Senate
1989-1992
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Handbook
1990-1991
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Images and Cartoons
1998
Box 17: 6
International Student Information
undated
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ca.1988-2004
Box 17: 8
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ca.1988-2005
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ca.1988-2006
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ca.1988-2007
Box 17: 11
News and updates
ca.1988-2007
Box 17: 12
Notebook
ca.1994
Box 17: 13
Notes
ca.1988-2004
Box 17: 14
Petition to University Library
1994 Oct. 25
Box 18: 1
Press Releases
ca.1995
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Privatization of UMass
ca.1995
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Rallies
ca.1988-2004
Box 18: 4
Recognition Agreement proposal
1995 Jan. 5
Box 18: 5
Restructuring
ca.1995
Box 18: 6
Schedule of events and calendars
ca.1995
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Songs and Chants
1990
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Staff List
1995 Sept. 2
Box 18: 9
Statement of Principles
ca.1988-2004
Box 18: 10
Stickers
ca.1988-2005
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TA Information
1994-1995
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University of Massachusetts
ca.1988-2004
Box 18: 13
University of Massachusetts
ca.1988-2005
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University of Massachusetts Labor Council
ca.1995
Box 18: 15
Union Dues Newsletter
ca.1988-2004
Box 18: 16
Working Policy Group
1992 Apr. 1
Box 18: 17
General union materials
A.E. Staley
1993-1995
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AFL-CIO
1970-1996
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Affirmative Action
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ca.1970-2000
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Articles
ca.1970-2000
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Articles
ca.1970-2000
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Articles
ca.1970-2000
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Campaign Materials of the International Liason Committee for a Worker’s International
1995
Box 19: 8
Community Organization
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Constitution of the International Union
1992 June
Box 19: 10
Fair Economy Organizing Kit
1999
Box 19: 11
Guide to International Economic Integration
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Hormel Products Boycott
ca.1985-1986
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Images and Cartoons
ca.1996
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Labor Art and Mural Project
1993-1994
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The Labor Banner
1995 Apr.
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The Labor Educator
1995 Mar.-Apr.
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Labor Heritage Foundation News
1995
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Labor News for Working Families
1995
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Labor Party Advocates
1995-1996
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Labor Studies Forum
1995
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Latin American Labor Movement
1989-2000
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Midwest Center for Labor Research
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New Unionist
1995 Apr.
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Newsletters
1995
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Notes
ca.1970-2000
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People for a New System
1994
Box 20: 16
Publication Brochures
undated
Box 20: 17
Quotes
undated
Box 20: 18
Resistor No.45
undated
Box 20: 19
Shorter Work-Time News
1991-1995
Box 20: 20
Solidarity Organizing Committee
1995 Apr.
Box 20: 21
Songs and Chants
undated
Box 20: 22
Speeches and Presentations
undated
Box 20: 23
Teamsters for a Democratic Union
ca.1992
Box 20: 24
The Voice
1996
Box 20: 25
United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW)
1981-1995
Box 20: 26
UAW New Directions Worker Education Center
ca.1981-1995
Box 20: 27
UE Thread Workers
undated
Box 20: 28
United Nations
1976
Box 20: 29
Unity Organizing Committee Newsletter
1995
Box 20: 30
Wage Gap Organizing Kit
1998
Box 20: 31
Series 5. Prison activism
1982-2004
Alternatives to Violence Project
undated
Box 21: 1
Art and Artists in Prison
undated
Box 21: 2
Articles
ca.1993-1999
Box 21: 3
Articles
ca.1993-1999
Box 21: 4
Articles
ca.1993-1999
Box 21: 5
Articles
ca.1993-1999
Box 21: 6
Articles
ca.1993-1999
Box 21: 7
Association Pro-Rights of the Convicts
undated
Box 21: 8
Coalition Against Police Harassment and Violence
1996
Box 22: 1
Conference: Prisons Inside/Out
ca.1996 Feb. 24, Mar. 2
Box 22: 2
Conference: Too Many Americans in Prison
1996 Apr. 22
Box 22: 3
Conference: Women in Criminal Justice
1995 Mar. 25
Box 22: 4
Correspondence
1992-1995
Box 22: 5
Correspondence
1996 Mar.-Oct.
Box 22: 6
Correspondence
1996 Oct.-Dec.
Box 22: 7
Correspondence
1997
Box 22: 8
Correspondence
1999-2004
Box 22: 9
Correspondence
undated
Box 22: 10
Criminal Justice Policy Coalition
1996
Box 22: 11
Criminal Justice Program Committee
1997
Box 22: 12
Critical Resistance
1998-2001
Box 22: 13
Death Penalty
1990-2002
Box 23: 1
Fact Sheets
1992-2000
Box 23: 2
Families Against Mandatory Minimums
1996-1997
Box 23: 3
Gangs and Gang Policy
1997
Box 23: 4
Greensboro Justice Fund
2002-2003
Box 23: 5
Hampshire County Jail and Prison
1995-1996
Box 23: 6
Images
undated
Box 23: 7
Interfaith Massachusetts
2000
Box 23: 8
The Justice Project
undated
Box 23: 9
Juvenile Justice
1996-1997
Box 23: 10
Latinos Against the Abuse of Prisoners
1999
Box 23: 11
Legislation
ca.1999
Box 23: 12
Massachusetts Citizens Against the Death Penalty
ca.1996-1999
Box 23: 13
Massachusetts Correctional Legal Services
1996 Oct.-Dec.
Box 23: 14
Massachusetts Department of Corrections
ca.1992-2002
Box 23: 15
Massachusetts Department of Corrections
ca.1992-2002
Box 23: 16
MCI Framingham
1995-1996
Box 23: 17
Movements to Free Prisoners
ca.1992-2002
Box 23: 18
Mumia Abu-Jamal
ca.1982-2002
Box 23: 19
Notes
ca.1992-2002
Box 24: 1
Prison Activist Resource Center
2002
Box 24: 2
Prison Awareness Week
1995 Feb. 5-11
Box 24: 3
The Prison Book Project and Prison Education Fund
1999
Box 24: 4
Prison Plays
1999
Box 24: 5
Poems from Prisoners
ca.1996
Box 24: 6
Police Brutality
1993-1996
Box 24: 7
Political Cartoons
1995
Box 24: 8
Rallies, Panels, and Discussions
ca.1992-2002
Box 24: 9
Resist Grant
1996
Box 24: 10
Support Groups
ca.1992-2002
Box 24: 11
Western Massachusetts Prison Issues Group
ca.1992-2002
Box 24: 12

Residue

Administrative information

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The collection is open for research.

Language:

English

Provenance

Gift of Jeanine Maland, August 2005.

Processing Information

Processed by Caro Pinto in 2007 and Alexis Handelman in 2016.

Copyright and Use (More informationConnect to publication information)

Cite as: Jeanine Maland Papers (MS 467). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.

Gift of Jeanine Maland, 2005
Subjects
  • Antinuclear movement--Massachusetts
  • Iraq War, 2003-
  • Labor unions--Massachusetts
  • Persian Gulf War, 1991
  • Political activists--Massachusetts--History
  • Prisoners--Massachusetts
  • Racism
  • United States--Foreign relations--Central America
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst
Contributors
  • Maland, Jeanine

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