Theses and Dissertations
Stress and women at Harvard University : administrative/professional and clerical/support personnel, by Marie C. Cedrone (HU 126.96.36.199). Master of Liberal Arts in Extension Studies--Harvard University, 1983.
Friendship, participation, and transformation : the women of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers, by William Winslow Erickson (HU 92.2001.226). Thesis (A.B., Honors in Social Studies)--Harvard University, 2001.
The price of excellence : coresidence and women's integration at Oxford and Harvard Universities, 1964-1977, by Marie Hicks (HU 92.2000.252). Thesis (A.B., Honors in History)--Harvard University, 2000.
Once they wrote poetry, now it's the laundry list : Radcliffe College and coeducational contradictions in postwar America, by Andrew Kaplan Mandel (HU 92.2000.169). Thesis (A.B., Honors in History and Literature)--Harvard University, 2000.
Women's occupational health : a study of Latina immigrant janitors at Harvard, by Roona Ray (HU 92.2002.420). Thesis (A.B., Honors in Women's Studies and Biology)--Harvard University, 2002.
Invisible woman : Harvard women seek flexible identification with religion and feminism, by Cristina M. Ros (HU 92.2008.185). Thesis (A.B., Honors in Religion)--Harvard University, 2008.
"Harvard women" : a history of the founding of Radcliffe College, by Sally Schwager (HU 90.11681.20). Thesis (Ed. D.)--Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1982.
From "sympathizers" to organizers : the emergence of the women's liberation movement from the new left at Harvard-Radcliffe, by Jennifer Jean Stetzer (HU 92.99.346). Thesis (A.B., Honors in Women's Studies, and History)--Harvard University, 1999. Awards: Thomas T. Hoopes Prize--Harvard University, 1999.
Building strong community : a study of queer groups at Northeastern, Brandeis, and Harvard, by Laure E. de Vulpillières (HU 92.2002.51). Thesis (A.B., Honors in Sociology, and Women's Studies)--Harvard University, 2002.