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Doris Earnshaw papers, 1969-2004.
BANC MSS 2018/273 box 1; BANC MSS 2018/273
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Doris Earnshaw papers, 1969-2004


Earnshaw, Doris, creator, creator.


The collection includes biographical information, correspondence, a daybook, Earnshaw's dissertation notebook, a file on speaking engagements, and some of Earnshaw's writings, including a movie review, a poem, and her essays, "How to Begin in Women's Liberation" and "Silencing Redoubled."


1969 (issued)


Earnshaw, Doris -- Archives
Women's Studies Program (Berkeley, Calif.) -- History
University of California, Berkeley. -- Comparative Literature Women's Caucus.
Women's studies -- California -- Berkeley
Women's studies -- California -- Berkeley -- History
Women's studies -- Study and teaching -- California -- Berkeley
Women's studies -- United States -- History


Part of: Berkeley Women's Studies Movement Archive.
COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE: Advance notice required for use.
Doris Earnshaw papers, BANC MSS 2018/273, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Gift of Linda Ribera; 2016.
In English.
Doris Earnshaw was born in Toronto in 1925 and moved to East Orange, N.J. with her family as a teenager. She graduated from Middlebury College in 1946, majoring in languages and political science. Earnshaw received her Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley in 1981 and helped create the Women's Studies Program there. Earnshaw taught at University of California campuses at Berkeley, Irvine, and Davis. When she retired in 1993, she started Alta Vista Press, and published a book series, "Women Speak." Earnshaw died in 2018 in Santa Cruz.

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BANC MSS 2018/273 box 1
BANC MSS 2018/273



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COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE: Advance notice required for use.