And Justice for All: Women’s Liberation and the Feminist Movement during the 1970s and 1980s
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The rich social, cultural, and political aspects of women’s history are often scattered among collections that are not prominently visible unless they are specifically highlighted and promoted. Presenters of this session will discuss their archives’s efforts to acquire,to interconnect and to increase awareness of their women’s collections in the areas of education, service to the military, and the political arena. Topics to be covered include establishing good relations with donors and developing new sources of contact, making such valuable collections accessible, and exploring different methods of outreach to our patrons through the employment of EAD finding aids on the Texas Archival Resources Online (TARO) website, writing blogs, maintaining Facebook pages, creating online exhibits and Wiki subject pages,and other modes of academic pursuit.