Berenice Carroll papers
This collection contains materials that documents Berenice’s Carroll’s work at Purdue and her involvement in activist organizations in the Greater Lafayette area. It includes email print outs, event fliers, event planning materials, and background information (mainly clippings, articles, and listerv activity) on social justice issues. The collection also includes correspondence, meeting minutes, and other materials that capture Carroll activities as a professor of political science and also as Director of the Women’s Studies Program at Purdue.
Donated by Berenice Carroll.
Collection is unprocessed. Unprocessed collections may not be available for immediate use.
- 1990 - 2009
- Carroll, Berenice A. (Person)
4.00 Cubic Feet (Four cubic foot boxes)
Box 1: Lafayette Area Peace Coalition materials, related local and regional organizations (circa 2000-2003). Box 2: Materials related to peace activism (circa 2000-2003). Box 3: Email printouts, fliers, and other miscellaneous materials pertaining to community involvement and departmental materials (1990s-2000s). Box 4: NEH Grants, Teaching and university business.