NIU Women's Studies Other Library Resources
Reports & Papers

Adams, J.Q. and Janice R. Welsch, eds. “Multicultural Education: Strategies for Implementation in Colleges and Universities, Volume 4.” Macomb, IL: Illinois Staff and Curriculum Developers Association. 1995.

American Bar Association and National Bar Association. “Justice by Gender: The Lack of Appropriate Prevention, Diversion and Treatment Alternatives for Girls in the Justice System- A Report.” Washington, DC: ABA & NBA. 2001.

Andersen, Margaret L. “Denying Difference: The Continuing Basis for Exclusion in the Classroom.” Memphis, TN: Research Clearinghouse and Curriculum Integration Project, Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1987.

Bedford, Kate and Janet R. Jakobsen. New Feminist Solutions. Vol. 4, "Toward a Vision of Sexual and Economic Justice." (A report based on the November 2007, Virginia Gildersleeve Colloquium with Josephine Ho and Naomi Klein.) New York, NY: Barnard Center for Research on Women, Barnard College. 2008.

Bergman, Sloveig. “Women’s Studies and Research on Women in the Nordic Countries.” Turku, Finland: Nordic Cooperation in Women’s Studies. 1991.

Britton, Edward, et. al. “Beyond description of the problems: Directions for research on diversity and equity issues in K-12 mathematics and science education.” Washington, DC: National Center for Improving Science Education. 2000.

Burrell, Barbara. "Likeable? Effective Commander in Chief? Polling on Candidate Traits in the 'Year of the Presidential Woman." PSOnline (www.apsanet.org) 41.4 (Oct. 2008): 747-752.

Campbell, Patricia B., et. al. “Upping the Numbers: Using Research-Based Decision Making to Increase Diversity in the Qualitative Disciplines.” Newton, MA: Education Development Center, 2002.

Cannon, Lynn Weber and Reeve Vanneman. “Class Perceptions in the Black Community.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1985.

Cannon, Lynn Weber. “Curriculum Transformation: Personal and Political.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1990.

Cannon, Lynn Weber, Elizabeth Higginbotham, and Rebecca F. Guy. “Depression Among Women: Exploring the Effects of Race, Class, and Gender. Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women and Department of Sociology, Memphis State University. 1989.

Cannon, Lynn Weber, Elizabeth Higginbotham, and Marianne L.A. Leung. “Race and Class Bias in Research on Women: A Methodological Note.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women and Department of Sociology, Memphis State University. 1987.

Center for Higher Education Policy Analysis. “The Road Ahead: Improving Diversity in Graduate Education.” Los Angeles, CA: Rossier School of Education, University of South Carolina. 2004.

Collins, Patricia Hill. “Toward a New Vision: Race, Class, and Gender as Categories of Analysis and Connection.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1989.

Deakin, Phyllis. “In Pride and With Promise.” (Chronicles the first 38 years of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women-IFBPW.) United Kingdom: IFBPW. 1970.

“Decade for Women: World Plan of Action.” Washington, DC: Women's Equity Action League Educational and Legal Defense Fund. 1975.

Desai, Krishna. “It’s Your Life: Opening Doors: Improving the Legal System’s Approach to LGBTQ Youth in Foster Care.” Washington, D.C.: American Bar Association. 2010. (NIU Women’s Studies alum. Signed by author.)

Dickie, Jane R. “Women’s Studies at Hope College: Liberal Arts at Its Best: A Report on Women’s Studies at Hope College.” Holland, MI: Hope College. 2003.

Dill, Bonnie Thornton. “Our Mother’s Grief: Racial Ethnic Women and the Maintenance of Families.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1986.

Dill, Bonnie Thornton and Maxine Baca Zinn. “Race and Gender: Re-visioning Social Relations.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1990.

Dran, Ellen M. “Illinois Policy Survey 1996.” DeKalb, IL: Center for Governmental Studies, Northern Illinois University. 1996.

Ehrhart, Julie Kuhn and Bernice R. Sandler. “Looking for More Than a Few Good Women in Traditionally Male Fields.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. January 1987.

“Equal Rights for Women in Education: A Digest of Federal Laws and Regulations Affecting Equal Rights for Women in Education.” Denver, CO: Education Commission of the States. 1976.

Ernest, John. “Mathematics and Sex.” Santa Barbara, CA: Mathematics Department, University of California. 1976.

Flansburg, Sundra, and Penninah Ogada. "Models for Change: Collaboration as the Foundation for Promoting Technology Literacy with Women." Paper presented at the AAUW Educational Foundation Symposium "International Perspectives: Global Voices for Gender Equity," Washington, DC, November 16, 2002.

Foo, Lora Jo. “Asian American Women: Issues, Concerns, and Responsive Human and Civil Rights Advocacy.” New York, NY: Ford Foundation. 2002.

Geis, FL., M.R. Carter, and D.J. Butler. “Seeing and Evaluating People.” 1982. Newark, DE: Office of Women’s Affairs, University of Delaware. 1986.

Gilbert, Sandra M., et. al. “MLA Committee on Professional Employment: Final Report.” New York, NY: Modern Language Association. Dec. 1997.

Ginorio, Angela B. “Warming the Climate for Women in Academic Science.” Washington, DC: Program on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges & Universities. 1995.

Hall, Roberta M. and Bernice R. Sandler. “Academic Mentoring for Women Students and Faculty: A New Look At an Old Way to Get Ahead.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. 1983. (2 copies)

Hall, Roberta M. and Bernice R. Sandler. “Out of the Classroom: A Chilly Campus Climate for Women?.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. 1984. (2 copies)

Hanson, Katherine. "Gender, Discourse, and Technology." Newton, MA: Gender and Diversities Institute, Education Development Center, Inc. 2001.

Hanson, Katherine. "Space Aliens? Women, ICTs, and Gender-equitable Electronic Resources." Paper presented at the Gender and Diversities Institute at EDC, AWID Conference, Guadalajara, Mexico, October 2002.

Hewitt, Nancy A. “Multiple Truths: The Personal, The Political, and the Postmodernist in Contemporary Feminist Scholarship.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1992.

Higginbotham, Elizabeth. “Integrating All Women into the Curriculum.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1990.

Higginbotham, Elizabeth. “The On-Going Struggle: Education and Mobility for Black Women.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1987.

Higginbotham, Elizabeth and Lynn Weber Cannon. “Rethinking Mobility: Towards a Race and Gender Inclusive Theory.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1988.

House, Daniel. “Characteristics of NIU Female New Freshmen vs. NIU Male New Freshmen (Fall 2006 Cohorts).” PowerPoint slide presentation. DeKalb, IL: Institutional Research, Northern Illinois University. October 25, 2007.

“How Schools Shortchange Girls: A Study of Major Finding on Girls and Education.” Washington, D.C.: American Association of University Women Educational Foundation. 1993.

Howe, Florence. “Seven Years Later: Women’s Studies Program in 1976.” Washington, DC: National Advisory Council on Women’s educational Programs. 1977. (2 copies)

Hughes, Jean O’Gorman and Bernice R. Sandler. “Peer Harassment: Hassles for Women on Campus.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. September 1988.

Hune, Shirley. “Asian Pacific American Women in Higher Education: Claiming Visibility and Voice.” Executive Summary. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities. 1998. (2 copies)

“Integrating Women into Development.” Washington, DC: World Bank. 1975.

Kaser, Joyce S. "Equity in On-line Professional Development: A Guide to E-learning that Works for Everyone."

Kramarae, Cheris. "The Third Shift: Women Learning Online." Washington, D.C.: American Association of University Women Education Foundation. 2001.

Levin, Amy K. “Questions for a New Century: Women’s Studies and Integrative Learning-A Report to the National Women’s Studies Association.” College Park, MD: NWSA, University of Maryland. 2007.

Luxemburg, Rosa. “Theory and Practice,” and “In Conclusion…” from Attrition or Collision. Trans. by David Wolff. Detroit, MI: New & Letters Committees. 1980.

Major, Brenda, et. al. “Report of the APA Task Force on Mental Health and Abortion.” Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. 2008.

McConeghy, Janet I. “Northern Illinois University, Division of Student Affairs 1989 Survey: A Final Report.” DeKalb, IL: Public Opinion Laboratory, Social Science Research Institute, NIU. 1989.

McIntosh, Peggy. “White Privilege and Male Privilege: A Personal Account of Coming to See Correspondences Through Work in Women’s Studies.” Working Paper no. 189. Wellesley, MA: Center for Research on Women, Wellesley College. 1988.

Modern Language Association Committee on Professional Employment. “Evaluating the Mission, Size, and Composition of Your Doctoral Programs.” New York, NY: MLA. Dec. 1997.

Mullings, Leith. “Race, Class, and Gender: Representations and Reality.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1992.

Musil, Caryn McTighe, ed. “The Courage to Question: Women’s Studies and Student Learning.” Executive Summary. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges. 1992. (2 copies)

National Commission on American Jewish Women. “Voices for Change: Future Directions for American Jewish Women.” Waltham, MA: Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, Brandeis University. 1995.

National Conference on Women in Educational Policy Making. “Hierarchy, Power, and Women in Educational Policy Making.” (Position paper.) Second printing. Washington, DC: Leadership Training Institute, Institute for Educational Leadership, George Washington University. 1975.

National Council for Research on Women. Siegel, Deborah L. “Sexual Harassment: Research and Resources-A Report-in-Progress.” New York, NY: National Council for Research on Women. 1991.

National Organization for Women. “Sex-Based Employment Discrimination in the United States.” Washington, DC: National Organization for Women Foundation. 2006.

National Women’s Studies Association. “Defining Women’s Studies Scholarship: A Statement of the National Women’s Studies Association Task Force on Faculty Roles and Rewards.” College Park, MD: NWSA. 1999.

Nelson, Cynthia. “The Illinois Policy Survey 1998.” DeKalb, IL: Center for Governmental Studies, Northern Illinois University. 1998.

“Nontraditional Careers.” (Reprinted from On Campus with Women, n. 30, 1981.) Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. 1988.

Office for Women’s Research. “Student Working Papers Series.” Mânoa, Hawai’i: University of Hawai’i. 1995 (v. 1 & v. 4); 1997 (v. 2).

Peddle, Michael T., and Barbara Burrell. "The 2009 Report on the Ilinois Policy Survey." DeKalb, IL: Center for Governmental Studies, Northern Illinois University. 2009.

Peters, Barbara and Victoria Samuels, eds. “Dialogue on Diversity: A New Agenda for American Women.” New York, NY: Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity. 1976.

Presidential Commission on the Status of Women. “Report on the Status of Women at Northern Illinois University.” 2007. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University. April 2008.

Program on the Status and Education of Women. Women and Scientific Literacy: Building Two-Way Streets. “Frequently Asked Questions About Feminist Science Studies.” Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges & Universities. 1999. [3 copies]

“Recommendations for Eliminating Discrimination in the Instructional Program.” Kalamazoo, MI: Instructional Media Department, Kalamazoo Public Schools. 1975-1976.

“Recommendations from ‘Liberal Education and the New Scholarship on women’.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. 1982.

“Recruiting Women for Traditionally ‘Male’ Careers: Programs and Resources for Getting Women into the Men’s World.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. October 1977.

“A Report to the Profession: Liberal Learning and the Women’s Studies Major.” College Park, MD: National Women’s Studies Association. 1991.

“Responding to Violence, Rethinking Security: Policy Alternatives for Building Human Security.” (A report based on the October 2002 Virginia Gildersleeve Colloquium with Nobel Peace Laureate Jody Williams.) New York, NY: Barnard Center for Research on Women, Barnard College. 2004.

Rosenthal, Marilyn M. and Ruth M. Brend, eds. “Ninety Years with the Women’s Research Club University of Michigan-A Retrospective.” Ann Arbor, MI: Women’s Research Club. 1992.

Salmond, Kimberlee and Judy Schoenberg. “Good Intentions: The Beliefs and Values of Teens and Tweens Today.” New York, NY: Girl Scouts Research Institute. 2009.

Sandler, Bernice R. “The Campus Climate Revisited: Chilly for Women Faculty, administrators, and Graduate Students.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. 1986. (2 copies)

Sandler, Bernice R. “The Restoration of Title IX-Implications for Higher Education.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. January 1989.

Sandler, Bernice R. “Success and Survival Strategies for Women Faculty Members.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. 1992.

Sandler, Bernice R. “Women Faculty at Work in the Classroom, or Why it still Hurts to be a Woman in Labor.” Washington, DC: Center for Women Policy Studies. 1993.

Schmitz, Betty. “Integrating Scholarship By and About Women into the Curriculum.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1990.

Scully, Diana and Danielle M. Currier. “The NWSA Backlash Report: Problems, Instigators, and Strategies.” College Park, MD: National Women’s Studies Association. 1997.

“Selected Activities Using ‘The Classroom Climate: A Chilly One for Women?’.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. 1984.

“Sexual Harassment: A Hidden Issue.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. June 1978.

“Sexual Harassment on Campus.” (Articles reprinted from On Campus with Women, 12.1-14.4, 1982-1984.) Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. 1985.

Snapp, Mary Beth. “Toward Race, Class, and Gender Inclusive Research on Stress, Social Support, and Psychological Distress: A Critical Review of the Literature.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1989.

“Stalled At The Start: Government Action on Sex Bias in the Schools.” Washington, D.C.: Project on Equal Education Rights, NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund. 1978.

“Statement of the Massachusetts Women’s Health Care Coalition.” Boston, MA: Massachusetts Women’s Health Care Coalition. March 1994.

Stehlin, Dori. “Women and Nutrition: A Menu of Special Needs.” (Copy.) Originally published in FDA Consumer. Rockville, MD: Food and Drug Administration.

Stimpson, Catharine R. “Women’s Studies in the United States: A Report to the Ford Foundation.” New York, NY: Ford Foundation. 1986. (2 copies)

Tobias, Sheila. “They’re Not Dumb, They’re Different: Stalking the Second Tier.” (An occasional paper on neglected problems in science education.) Tucson, AZ: Research Corporation. 1990.

Towns, Kathryn, Caroline Cupo and Phyllis Hageman. “Re-Membering: National Women’s Studies Association 1977-1987.” 2nd edition. College Park, MD: NWSA. 1994.

University of Wisconsin System. “Final Report: Steering Committee on the University of Wisconsin System Summer Leadership Institute.” Madison, WI: U of WI System. 1999.

Walderman, Marilyn R., et. al., eds. “Understanding Women: The Challenge of Cross-Cultural Perspectives.” Papers in Comparative Studies 7. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University. 1991-92.

Ward, Kathryn B. “’Lifting as We Climb’: How Scholarship By and About Women of color Has Shaped My Life as a White Feminist.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1992.

Warren, Carol A.B. “Gender Issues in Field Research.” (Qualitative Research Methods, volume 9.) Newbury Park, CA: Sage. 1988.

“What Can Students Do About Sex Discrimination?.” (Hand-out prepared and distributed by the Utah State University Committee on the Status of Women.) Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. February 1981.

Wilchins, Riki and Taneika Taylor. "50 Under 30: Masculinity and the War on America's Youth-A Human Rights Report." Washington, D.C.: Gender Public Advocacy Coalition. 2008.

Woman’s Action Commission. “The Facts About Women: Woman’s Action Coalition Stats.” New York, NY: New Press. 1993.

“Woman’s Place: An Overview.” Chicago, IL: CRM Services. 1978.

“Women in the Struggle for Liberation.” (World Student Christian Federation Book Series.) 1973. Dayton, OH: Women’s Project, WSCF. 1975.

Young Women’s Work Project. “Work in Progress: A National Survey of Young Women’s Work Experience.” Washington, DC: Young Women’s Work Project. 1999.

Zinn, Maxine Baca. “Minority Families in Crisis: The Public Discussion.” Memphis, TN: Center for Research on Women, Memphis State University. 1987.