A Guide to Her Papers at Georgia State University
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Terri Wilder is an
activist, HIV/AIDS advocate, and social worker who has worked in HIV patient
services for over twenty years.
Scope and Content of the Papers
The Terri Wilder Papers, circa 1996-2007, focus on Wilder's efforts as
an advocate for people living with HIV/AIDS. The printed materials are arranged
alphabetically and consist primarily of educational literature produced by
organizations with which Wilder has worked. Organizations include: ACT-UP, the
Global Campaign for Microbicides, and the Hope Clinic at Emory University. The
papers include: fliers, pamphlets, reports, artifacts and one DVD.
Biography of Terri Wilder
Terri Wilder is an activist, HIV/AIDS advocate, and social worker who
has worked in HIV patient services for over twenty years. She is a native of
Georgia who received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Georgia State University in
2010. While a doctoral student, Wilder served as the Chair of the Global
Campaign for Microbicides and volunteered with the Hope Clinic at Emory
University. She has also given presentations at both local and national
conferences on HIV/AIDS, lobbied on behalf of persons living with HIV/AIDS in
Georgia as well as Washington, D.C., and published articles on HIV/AIDS.
This collection is indexed under the following headings in the
Georgia State University Library online catalog (GIL). Researchers desiring
materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog
using these headings.
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departmental policies on reproduction.
Terms Governing Use and Reproduction
To quote in print, or otherwise reproduce in whole or in part in any
publication, including on the Worldwide Web, any material from this collection,
the researcher must obtain permission from (1) the owner of the physical
property and (2) the holder of the copyright. Persons wishing to quote from
this collection should consult the reference archivist to determine copyright
holders for information in this collection. Reproduction of any item must
contain the complete citation to the original.
[item], [folder title], Terri Wilder Papers, W085, Archives for
Research on Women and Gender. Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State
Donated by Terri Wilder, June 13, 2008
Processed by Vanessa King, June 17, 2010.
Related materials in this repository: Oral
history interviews conducted by Terri Wilder with Tanya Poteat and Jennifer
Carroll (both June 6, 2008) form part of the Activist Women Oral History