Women: A Journal of Liberation Publications
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Scope and Contents
The collection contains a complete set of the publication, Women: A Journal of Liberation, from 1969 through 1983. Multiple copies of some issues exist. Also included are notes and newspaper clippings on the journal, compiled by University of Baltimore history faculty emerita, Dr. Elizabeth Nix.
- Copyright: 1969-1983
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright for all publications in this collection is held by their respective creators.
Biographical / Historical
Women: A Journal of Liberation was created in Baltimore, Maryland in 1968 and managed by a women's collective that included Dee Ann Mims, Donna Keck, Vicki Pollard, and Carmen Arbona. Each issue was theamtically focused and included articles, essays, poems, artwork, news and editorials. Contributors to early issues included Alix Shulman, Elsa Gidlow, Tillie Olsen, Rita Mae Brown, and Audre Lorde. The number of issues produced annually varied between the journal's inception in 1969 and its final issue in 1983.
[Information for this Historical note comes directly from narrative front matter for the sister collection (Identifier SSC-MS-00319) in the Sophia Smith Collection of Women's History Repository, Smith College Special Collections, Northampton, Massachusetts.]
1.00 Linear feet (1 container)
Language of Materials
The collection is organized chronologically by publication date.
The material was transferred to Special Collection and Archives by Elizabeth Nix, University of Baltimore history faculty emerita, on March 9, 2023.
Collection processed by Aiden Faust in 2023.
- Finding aid for the Women: A Journal of Liberation Publications
- Finding aid prepared by Aiden Faust (2023).
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