Record Series 564 contains audiocassettes and reel-to-reel tapes for The Dark Madonna: Women, Culture, and Community Ritual,
held by the Center for the Study of Women in November of 1985.
The Center for the Study of Women (CSW) was established in Setember 1984 by the UC Board of Regents with a research focus
on women, gender and sexuality. It was the first organized research unit to focus on women and gender-related issues in the
UC System. Its mission is to develop and foster research emerging out of women's experiences collectively or as individuals
and returning that to the community; to facilitate productive scholarly relationships; and to aid recruitment and retention
efforts. It is funded by by the UCLA Division of Social Sciences as part of it's commitment to gender equity and research
parity at UCLA. The Center develops, promotes, and disseminates faculty and graduate student research and administers grants,
conferences and seminars. The founding director of the Center is Karen Rowe. The Center is funded in part by the California
Council for the Humanities.
1.7 linear ft.
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