The Archives for Research on Women and Gender documents the experiences of women and men participating in women-centered and LGBTQ activist and advocacy activities in Georgia and the Southeast throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. It also documents the experiences of women at Georgia State University.
Collections include the personal and professional papers of individual activists as well as the records of activist organizations, and the personal and professional papers of GSU administrators and faculty, as well the records of its Women’s Studies Institute, and women-centered committees and organizations.
The digitized materials include photographs, printed matter, artifacts and textiles from the Archives for Research on Women and Gender.
Copyright to the items in this collection is held by various entities. Rights information, if known, is specified in the item’s description.