The Karen Glikman papers document the work she did while she was a graduate student in Anthropology at San Francisco State
University. Materials include correspondence, writings, subject files and material related to her Master's thesis, "Lesbian
Adaptive Stratagems" (1979). Much of the collection is related to work she did with two projects directed by John Paul De
Cecco, the Center for Homosexual Education, Evaluation and Research (CHEER) and the Sexual Assault and Violence Education
Project (SAVE). There is also a small amount of ephemera from various lesbian events and organizations.
Collection is open for research with the following restrictions: Mailing lists and other records holding the names, addresses,
and/or phone numbers of individuals will be restricted for 20 years. Interviews may be restricted. Contact the archivist for