NIU Women's Studies Program Other Library Resources
Berkshire Conference of Women Historians. Twelfth Berkshire Conference on the History of Women. Program.
Boston Women’s Health Book Collective. “A Gala Celebration-Our Bodies Ourselves.” (A fundraiser for Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, National Black Women’s Health Project and National Women’s Health Network.) Program. Boston, MA: BWHBC. March 8, 1996.
Committee on Institutional Cooperation. “Best Practices Guidebook: The Classroom.” Jane Zimmer Daniels, ed. Papers based on Best Practices Workshop, Purdue University, May 19-21, 1997. Champaign, IL: CIC. 1997.
Committee on Institutional Cooperation. “Best Practices Guidebook: Undergraduate Research and Living-Learning Programs.” Jane Zimmer Daniels and Lisa A. Harker, eds. Papers based on Best Practices Workshop II, University of Michigan, April 7-9, 1998. Champaign, IL: CIC. 1998.
Committee on Institutional Cooperation. “Best Practices Guidebook: Mentoring Programs.” Jane Zimmer Daniels, ed. Papers based on Best Practices Workshop III, University of Wisconsin-Madison, May 3-5, 1999. Champaign, IL: CIC. 1999.
National Organization for Women. Illinois NOW. “Illinois NOW State Conference.” Packet. Illinois: Illinois NOW. 1991.
National Organization for Women. Illinois NOW. “Illinois NOW State Conference.” Packet. Illinois: Illinois NOW. 1992.
National Women’s History Project. “Women Change America.” The Inaugural National Women’s istory Project Network Conference. Brochure and Schedule. Northampton, MA: Smith College. September 10-11, 2004.
National Women’s Studies Association. “Leadership and Power: Women’s Alliances for Social Change-10th Annual Conference.” Conference program. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota. June 1988.
National Women’s Studies Association. “Feminist Transformations-11th Annual Conference.” Conference program. Towson, MD: Towson State University. June 1989.
National Women’s Studies Association. “Feminist Education: Calling the Question-12th Annual Conference.” Conference program. Akron, OH: University of Akron. June 1990.
National Women’s Studies Association. "Teaching Theory & Action: Women Working in a Global Context-16th Annual Conference." Conference program. Ames, IA: Iowa State University. June 1994.
Northern Illinois University. “Women and the Transition to Capitalism in Rural America, 1760-1940.” Conference papers. DeKalb, IL: NIU. 1989. (2 copies)
“Sex/Gender Division of Labor: Feminist Perspectives.” Selected conference papers. Minneapolis, MN: Women’s Studies Program Center for Advanced Feminist Studies, University of Minnesota. 1983.
Spelman College. “Women of Color-Leadership in the 21st Century: It’s Our Turn.” Leadership Symposium and Conference. Brochure and schedule. Atlanta, GA: Center for Leadership & Civic Engagement, Spelman College. May 12-14, 2004.
Triplette, Marianne, ed. “Women’s Studies and the Curriculum: Proceedings of the Conference on ‘Scholars and Women.’” March 13-15, 1981. Winston-Salem, NC: Salem College. 1983.
Wingspread Conference. “Liberal Education and the New Scholarship on Women: Issues and Constraints in Institutional Change.” Conference report. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges. 1981.
Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program (WGGP). “Gender and Human Security: Latina/o Immigrants in the Midwest.” (Special issue of Perspectives: Research Notes and News, 24.2.) Proceedings highlights from the WGGP Symposium. Urbana-Champaign, IL: WGGP, University of Illinois. May 2004
Women in the Director’s Chair. “Women in the Director’s Chair International Film & Video Festival-14th Annual.” Packet. DeKalb, IL: Office of Affirmative Action, Northern Illinois University (sponsor). 1996.
Women’s World Congress. “Visions and Revisions: Third International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women.” Book of abstracts. Dublin, Ireland: Trinity College, University of Dublin. July 6-10, 1987.