Collection includes research notes and files on Women’s history, feminism, the history of Women’s Studies, and European socialist
feminism in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Also included are correspondence files, curriculum files, and some
of Boxer’s drafts.
Marilyn J. Boxer is Professor of History Emerita at San Francisco State University. Boxer earned an AB in History from University
of Redlands in 1965, and an MA (1966) and Ph.D. (1975) in History from University of California, Riverside. Prior to joining
faculty at SFSU, Boxer lectured at Stanford from 2001-2002. She was also an affiliated scholar at the Michelle R. Clayman
Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University from 1998-2002. Boxer’s research interests include Women’s history, and
the history of Women’s Studies as a discipline.
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