Archives launches women, LGBTQ and communities of color initiative

Rally the Resistance Rally, 2017

The Stanford University Archives is proud to announce an ongoing initiative to acquire, process and digitize materials documenting Stanford women, the LGBTQ community, and communities of color. Following on the heels of its Stanford Stories exhibit carried out for the University’s 125th Anniversary, the Archives seeks to expand the range of voices and materials in its collections representing Stanford’s rich history. To that extent, we are happy to share our progress thus far.

Recent acquisitions include:

Nicole Baran Papers

Carolyn Bertozzi Papers

Elisabeth Hansot Papers

Markaz Resource Center Records

Diane Middlebrook Videorecordings

Susan Olzak Papers

Who’s Teaching Us? Records

Recently processed collections include:

Dixie Alberta Bell Papers

Susan G. Bell Papers

Marilyn Boxer Papers

Anita Burdman Feferman Papers

Center for African Studies Records

Global Fund for Women Records

Barbaro Martinez-Ruiz Papers

Karen M. Offen Papers

Terry Root Papers

thinkBIG: A Conference on International Women's Health and Human Rights Collection

Women’s Community Center Records

Marilyn Yalom Papers

Recently digitized materials include:

Black Community Services Center Records

Black Community at Stanford Collection

El Centro Chicano Records

Chinese Student Club Minute Book

Clayman Institute for Gender Research Records

LGBT Community Resources Center Records

Native American Cultural Center Records

Ujamaa Records

Women’s Conference Minutes

Women’s Rights Poster Collection

Women at Stanford Collection


We look forward to sharing future updates and welcome support from the Stanford community on this important initiative.