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Paula Kamen Papers, 1970-2006 and undated (bulk 1991-2002)

Abstract

Paula Kamen was born in Chicago and grew up in Flossmoor, Illinois. She received a bachelor's degree in journalism in 1989 from the University of Illinois. Kamen is a Chicago-based (current as of 2007) journalist, playwright, and the author of a number of books, including one of the first books to describe the third wave of feminism. Articles and book reviews by Kamen have been published in The New York Times, Washington Post, Ms., Chicago Tribune, among others, and more than a dozen anthologies. Kamen is also a frequent public speaker and has appeared at over 70 universities.

A focus of the collection, which spans the years 1971-2006, is on Generation X women, feminism, and sexuality. Contains a Writings Series which includes research files, drafts, and publicity-related files for all of Kamen's major works as of 2006, as well as drafts of and materials related to articles and other shorter pieces written by Kamen. Works represented are the nonfiction books All In My Head: An Epic Quest to Cure an Unrelenting, Totally Unreasonable, and Only Slightly Enlightening Headache, Feminist Fatale: Voices from the Twentysomething Generation Explore the Future of the Women's Movement, Her Way: Young Women Remake the Sexual Revolution, and the plays Jane: Abortion and the Underground and Seven Dates with Seven Writers. Other series in the collection are Conferences and Engagements, with files relating to Kamen's frequent speaking engagements, particularly at universities; Subject Files, an extensive array of clippings and articles maintained by Kamen on a wide range of feminist subjects primarily in the 1990s; Audiovisual Materials, and Printed Materials.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Paula Kamen papers 1970-2006 and undated, bulk 1991-2002
Creator
Kamen, Paula
Language of Material
English.
Extent
57.0 Linear Feet , 30,000 Items
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

Collection Overview

The Paula Kamen Papers span the years 1970-2006, with the bulk of the material dating from 1991 to 2002. The collection documents Kamen's career as a writer and journalist. Specific topics covered by Kamen and addressed in the collection are Generation X women, feminism, and sexuality, abortion, popular culture, and chronic pain. The collection is organized into five series: Writings, Conferences and Engagements, Subject Files, Audiovisual Materials, and Printed Materials.

The Writings Series includes research files, drafts, and publicity-related files for all of Kamen's major works as of 2006, as well as drafts of and materials related to articles and other shorter pieces written by Kamen. The Other Files subseries primarily includes correspondence related to the publishing of Kamen's writings, and also contains pieces in which Kamen is cited. Works represented in the Writings Series are the nonfiction books All In My Head: An Epic Quest to Cure an Unrelenting, Totally Unreasonable, and Only Slightly Enlightening Headache, Feminist Fatale: Voices from the Twentysomething Generation Explore the Future of the Women's Movement, Her Way: Young Women Remake the Sexual Revolution, and the plays Jane: Abortion and the Underground and Seven Dates with Seven Writers.

Materials in the Conferences and Engagements Series document Kamen's frequent speaking engagements at college and university campuses, bookstores, and conferences throughout the 1990s. A significant number of these talks were in support of her books Feminist Fatale and Her Way.

The Subject Files Series contains files maintained by Kamen on a wide range of subjects pertaining to her writing interests. Topics covered in this series include feminism, activism, politics, popular culture, and sex, along with many others. These files consist primarily of clippings from magazines, newspapers, and other publications.

The Audiovisual Materials Series contains audio cassettes, micro cassettes, compact discs, videotapes, and photographs. A majority of these materials are recordings of interviews conducted by Kamen during the course of researching her books and articles. Other recordings are from conferences attended by Kamen, a production of Kamen's play, Seven Dates with Seven Writers, and copies of television programs which included appearances by Kamen. Photographic material consists of photographs taken at the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights and at an undated production of Kamen's play, Seven Dates with Seven Writers.

Items in the Printed Materials Series consist of 20 issues of the magazines Deneuve and Curve. Other magazines and a number of zines are filed separately, with the Bingham Center's Women's, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Movements Periodical Collection, and with the Bingham Center's Women's Zine Collection, respectively. A complete list of these titles may be found in the Items Separated section of this document.

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warning Access Restrictions

Portions of this collection are not open to research until 2057. Restricted materials consist of personal interviews conducted by Kamen which are in an audio format and correspondence related to All In My Head: An Epic Quest to Cure an Unrelenting, Totally Unreasonable, and Only Slightly Enlightening Headache. Additionally, researchers are asked not to quote the names of non-activist individuals quoted within the collection.

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Contents of the Collection

Materials in this series include research files, drafts, and publicity-related files for all of Kamen's major works as of 2006, as well as drafts of and materials related to articles and other shorter pieces written by Kamen. The Other Files subseries primarily includes correspondence related to the publishing of Kamen's writings, and also contains pieces in which Kamen is cited. Works represented in the Writings series are the nonfiction books All In My Head: An Epic Quest to Cure an Unrelenting, Totally Unreasonable, and Only Slightly Enlightening Headache (2005), Feminist Fatale: Voices from the Twentysomething Generation Explore the Future of the Women's Movement (1991), Her Way: Young Women Remake the Sexual Revolution (2000), and the plays Jane: Abortion and the Underground (1999) and Seven Dates with Seven Writers (1998). A significant number of drafts are present; some reflect different iterations of a work in progress, or segments thereof, and some incude comments and notations by Kamen and others. A large portion of the research conducted by Kamen for her works of nonfiction is in the form of interviews. Typed transcriptions of many of these interviews are included and are identified most often by the location in which the interviews were conducted. The collection contains many notebooks used by Kamen during her research but the handwriting is quite difficult to decipher. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been retained. The subseries are arranged alphabetically by major work, followed by Other Writings and Other Files.

All In My Head was written by Kamen to document her experiences in trying to cure her severe headache problems. By the time of publication, she had been battling what is now diagnosed as "chronic daily headache" for 15 years. Materials in this subseries are divided into drafts, publicity-related material, and research. Draft material is arranged by order in which the segment was to be included in the book, with chronological arrangement where applicable. Edited drafts appear in alphabetical order by name of the editor. Research files include transcribed interviews, notebooks, clippings, and materials from pain- and headache-related conferences attended by Kamen. Arranged in alphabetical order.

Outline, 2000
(2 folders)
Box 1
Outline, 2002
Box 1
Outline, 2003
(2 folders)
Box 1
How to Cure an American Headache proposal
(2 folders)
Box 1
The Waiting Place proposal and preface
Box 1
Proposal, 2002 May 8
Box 2
Proposal, 2002 May 30
Box 2
Preface, 2002 May 30
Box 2
Proposal, 2002 June 12
Box 2
Proposal, 2002 June 17 and 2002 June 24
Box 2
Proposal, 2002 June 26 and 2002 June 30
Box 2
Proposal, 2002 October 30
Box 2
Table of Contents, chapters 3-9
Box 2
Chapter 1, Big Pharma
(2 folders)
Box 2
Chapters 1, 3, 4, January 2004
Box 3
Chapter 3, External Challenges
Box 3
Side Effects
Box 3
All In My Head?
(2 folders)
Box 3
Sex and the Single Migraneur
Box 3
Chapter 9, Recreational Medicine
Box 3
Denial
Box 3
Chapters 10, 13-15
Box 4
Mind/Wallet Connection
Box 4
High Anxiety
Box 4
New Generation
Box 4
Conclusion outline
Box 4
Conclusion/The Waiting Place
(2 folders)
Box 4
Bibliography and acknowledgements
Box 4
Corrections, 2004
Box 5
Draft, 2004 July 24
(2 folders)
Box 5
Edited draft: Bridget
Box 5
Edited draft: Marnie Cochran, 2004 March
Box 5
Edited draft: Marnie Cochran, 2004 August
(2 folders)
Box 5
Edited draft: Dad and Wendy
Box 6
Edited draft: Kyra, 2004
(2 folders)
Box 6
Edited draft: Elizabeth Loder
(2 folders)
Box 6
Edited draft: Megan Shanks
Box 6
Edited draft: Tamara, 2004 August
(Folder 1 of 2)
Box 6
Edited draft: Tamara, 2004 August
(Folder 2 of 2)
Box 7
Correspondence

[CLOSED]

(4 folders)
Box 7
Reviews
(2 folders)
Box 7
Speaking materials
Box 7
Promotional poster
Folder 1
American Headache Society conference, 2003 June
Box 8
American Pain Society annual scientific meeting, 2003 March
Box 8
American Society for Reproductive Medicine conference, 2003 October
Box 8
Approaching Migraine as a Chronic Disease program, 2003 June
Box 8
Articles
(2 folders)
Box 8
Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) conference, 2003 February
Box 8
Citations: books and articles
Box 8
Clippings: headaches
(2 folders)
Box 9
Depression conference, 2004 March
Box 9
Ideas
Box 9
Interview transcripts
(Folders 1-4 of 6)
Box 9
Interview transcripts
(Folders 5-6 of 6)
Box 10
Jack Kamen memoir
(6 folders)
Box 10
Newsletters and publications
Box 10
Notebooks
(Folders 1-7 of 8)
Box 11
Notebooks
(Folder 8 of 8)
Box 12
Outlines, notes, and ideas
Box 12
Pain group: memberships and conferences
(2 folders)
Box 12
Pain group conference
(2 folders)
Box 12
Quotes and notes
Box 12
Releases
Box 13
Tai chi exercise material
Box 13
The Waiting Place
Box 13

Feminist Fatale is the first major work completed by Kamen and was published when she was only 24. Kamen interviewed young women throughout the United States regarding their views on feminism. Materials in this subseries are divided into drafts, publicity-related files, and research. There is a small amount of draft material, arranged alphabetically. Publicity-related material includes reviews and press releases and is arranged alphabetically. Research files are comprised primarily of transcribed interviews and clippings and are arranged alphabetically.

Annotated draft, 1991 May 14
Box 13
Annotated draft
(4 folders)
Box 13
Outline, chapters 1, 2, 4
Box 13
Business
Box 14
Press releases
Box 14
Promotions and letters
(2 folders)
Box 14
Publicity, 1991-1997
Box 14
Reviews
Box 14
Promotional poster
Folder 1
Clippings
(4 folders)
Box 14
Interview transcripts
(4 folders)
Box 15
Notebooks
(3 folders)
Box 15
Rape/sexual assault
(2 folders)
Box 16
Releases
(4 folders)
Box 16
Young Feminists
Box 16

In Her Way, Kamen interviewed over one hundred young women in the United States regarding their attitudes toward sex. This subseries has been divided into three sections: drafts, publicity, and research. Drafts are arranged chronologically and draft segments are arranged alphabetically by segment (or chapter) title. Publicity and research files are arranged alphabetically. Within research files, transcribed interviews are filed according to the geographic location where the interview was conducted.

Preface-Part Three, 1997 April
Box 17
Preface-Chapter 3, 1997 May
Box 17
1997 September 7
(3 folders)
Box 17
Introduction-Chapter 5, 1997 October
Box 17
Introduction-Superrats, 1997 October
Box 17
1997 October
(Folders 1-2 of 3)
Box 17
1997 October
(Folder 3 of 3)
Box 18
Chapter 6-Chapter 22, 1997 October-November
(2 folders)
Box 18
1997 November 20
Box 18
1997 November 24
(2 folders)
Box 18
1997 November
(3 folders)
Box 18
1997
(2 folders)
Box 19
1999
(3 folders)
Box 19
Final editing NYU, 2000
Box 19
Behavior and Attitudes
(Folders 1-2 of 4)
Box 19
Behavior and Attitudes
(Folders 3-4 of 4)
Box 20
Conclusion
Box 20
Description/Synopsis
Box 20
Family
(3 folders)
Box 20
Female Attitudes
Box 20
His Way
Box 20
Information
(4 folders)
Box 21
Introduction
(Folders 1-4 of 5)
Box 21
Introduction
(Folder 5 of 5)
Box 22
Lesbians
Box 22
Living Single
Box 22
Locker Room Talk
(2 folders)
Box 22
Morality
Box 22
Segments with New York University Ed. Collection
(Folder 1 of 2)
Box 22
Segments with New York University Ed. Collection
(Folder 2 of 2)
Box 23
Permissive Male Values
Box 23
Power and Permission
Box 23
Preface
Box 23
Religion
(3 folders)
Box 23
Safe Sex
Box 23
Superrats
(2 folders)
Box 23
Table of Contents
Box 24
Virgins
(2 folders)
Box 24
Women's and Social Movements
(2 folders)
Box 24
Updates 2001
Box 24
Book supports
Box 24
Correspondence
Box 24
Expenses
Box 24
Permissions
Box 24
Media sources
Box 24
Publicity
Box 24
Reviews
Box 25
Sales
Box 25
Promotional poster
Folder 1
Anti-rape
Box 25
Attitudes and double standards
(2 folders)
Box 25
Austin, Texas, 1993
(2 folders)
Box 25
Book Lists
Box 25
California
Box 25
Chicago
(2 folders)
Box 25
Colleges
Box 26
Conclusion
Box 26
Conference at Hampshire [College], 1993
(2 folders)
Box 26
Cultural
Box 26
Family
Box 26
Feminism
Box 26
Feminist resources
Box 26
Grants
(2 folders)
Box 26
Health grants
Box 26
MS Grant
Box 26
Health Conference
Box 26
Information
Box 27
Initiation
Box 27
Interviews
Box 27
Lesbians
Box 27
Lisa Dans
Box 27
Locker Room Talk
Box 27
Long Beach
Box 27
Magazine articles
(2 folders)
Box 27
Massachusetts
Box 27
Men and Sexperts
Box 27
Morals
Box 28
New Hampshire
Box 28
New York, NY
Box 28
New York and New Jersey interviews
(2 folders)
Box 28
Notebooks
(Folders 1-4 of 13)
Box 28
Notebooks
(Folders 5-10 of 13)
Box 29
Notebooks
(Folders 11-13 of 13)
Box 30
Outline
Box 30
Pornography
Box 30
Pornography conference
Box 30
Power and permission
Box 30
Rape and sex
Box 30
Religion
Box 31
Religion, 1996
Box 31
Reproduction
Box 31
Research: General
(Folders 1-6 of 8)
Box 31
Research: General
(Folders 7-8 of 8)
Box 32
Resistance
Box 32
Safe sex
Box 32
San Francisco
(2 folders)
Box 32
Santa Barbara
Box 32
Scholarly articles
Box 32
Sources
Box 33
Student interviews
Box 33
Studies/Surveys
Box 33
Texas
(2 folders)
Box 33
Virgins and saying no
Box 33
Women's studies conference
Box 33

Play based on the true story of an underground abortion service (known as "Jane") that existed in Chicago from 1969 to 1973 and was run by students and housewives. Materials in this subseries are comprised of drafts, publicity-related material, and research. Drafts are arranged chronologically. Publicity-related files are arranged alphabetically and also includes material related to productions of the play. Research files contain clippings, interviews, and notebooks, and are arranged alphabetically.

1992 November 15
Box 34
1992 November 17
Box 34
1992 November 25
Box 34
1992 November 30
Box 34
1992 November 30
Box 34
1992 December 5
Box 34
1992 December 6
Box 34
1992 December 10
Box 34
1992 December 16
(Folders 1-3 of 5)
Box 34
1992 December 16
(Folders 4-5 of 5)
Box 35
1993 January 18
Box 35
1993 January 28
Box 35
1993 March 5
Box 35
1993 April 29
(2 folders)
Box 35
1993 June 21
Box 35
1998 November-December
Box 35
1998 December 7, 1998 December 14
Box 36
1998 December 14
Box 36
1999 June 24
Box 36
1999 July 2
Box 36
1999 July 12
Box 36
1999 September 30
Box 36
1999 August 8
Box 36
Fragments
(3 folders)
Box 36
Correspondence: play orders
Box 37
Expenses
Box 37
Laura Kaplan Jane book
Box 37
Legal documents
Box 37
Media coverage
(2 folders)
Box 37
Miscellaneous
(3 folders)
Box 37
Theater productions
Box 38
Theater productions: Green Highway
Box 38
Promotional poster
Box 94
Abortion and health care
Box 38
Chicago Maroon
Box 38
Clippings
(Folders 1-5 of 8)
Box 38
Clippings
(Folders 6-8 of 8)
Box 39
Consent
Box 39
Gag rule
Box 39
General
(Folders 1-4 of 10)
Box 39
General
(Folders 5-10 of 10)
Box 40
Guilt
(2 folders)
Box 40
Interview transcripts
(Folder 1 of 6)
Box 40
Interview transcripts
(Folders 2-6 of 6)
Box 41
Notebooks
(Folders 1-3 of 4)
Box 41
Notebooks
(Folder 4 of 4)
Box 42
RU-486
Box 42

Seven Dates with Seven Writers is billed as an "unromantic comedy." This subseries is comprised primarily of drafts and also includes correspondence and materials related to productions of the play. Files are arranged alphabetically.

Correspondence, 1998-2002
(2 folders)
Box 42
Draft, 1996 July 8
Box 42
Draft, 1996 July 9
Box 42
Draft, 1996 September 5
Box 42
Draft, 1997 January 5
Box 42
Draft, 1997 December 5
Box 42
Draft, 1997 December 6
Box 42
Draft, 1998 February 5
(2 folders)
Box 42
Draft, 1998 April 29
Box 42
Draft, 1998 June 17
Box 42
Drafts, undated
Box 43
Chicago Dramatist production, 1998 August
Box 43
Improv Olympic production, 1998 October
Box 43
Promotional poster
Folder 1
Promotional poster
Folder 2

Comprised of drafts and research completed by Kamen for shorter pieces she has authored or planned, such as articles (including those written while a college student, for the Daily Illini) and chapters of books. Files are arranged alphabetically by project name.

Anthology, 2002
Box 43
Aquaintance rape article
(Folders 1-4 of 6)
Box 43
Aquaintance rape article
(Folders 5-6 of 6)
Box 44
Chicago Women's Liberation Union
Box 44
Clippings
(2 folders)
Box 44
Column proposal, 1991
Box 44
A Cure For AIDS, 1995 July
Box 44
Daily Illini, 1982-1987
Box 45
Daily Illini, 1988-1989
Box 45
Females and sports research
Box 45
Feminists have better sex lives
Box 45
Freelance, 1995
Box 45
Girls anthology
(Folders 1-2 of 5)
Box 45
Girls anthology
(Folders 3-5 of 5)
Box 46
Girls and cruelty review, 2003
(3 folders)
Box 46
Go Fish Film Review
(2 folders)
Box 46
Higher education and gender gap article
(5 folders)
Box 47
Homo-Neurotic, 1995 May
(2 folders)
Box 47
How to Get Yourself Heard, 1998
Box 48
Kenosha, 1990
Box 48
Men stopping rape, 1990
Box 48
Next Anthology, 1995
Box 48
Notes on music
Box 48
Other articles
Box 48
Other writings
Box 48
Our Bodies, Ourselves
Box 48
Ruminator, 2004
Box 48
Ruminator, 2005
Box 48
Sex attitudes book proposal
Box 49
Carol Siegel, 2002
Box 49
Soap opera article
Box 49
Speak Out booklet
Box 49
Sugar shack, 1993
Box 49
Why I Can No Longer Afford to be Leftist,1996
Box 49
Women's bodies, 1994
(2 folders)
Box 49
Women's Project Productions
Box 49
Clippings notebook, 1986-1989
Box 94

Comprised of materials relating to Kamen's writing career but not to specific projects. Files include primarily correspondence, and also present are notebooks and publicity-related material.

Correspondence
Box 50
Funding for women and girls
Box 50
Laura Gross correspondence, 1993-1995
Box 50
Hollywood writing correspondence, 1998-1999
Box 50
Kamen cited
Box 50
Notebooks
(4 folders)
Box 50
Notebooks
Box 51
Publicity-related, 1993-1995
(2 folders)
Box 51
Publishing
Box 51
Quotes
Box 51

Materials in this series document Kamen's frequent speaking engagements at college and university campuses, bookstores, and conferences throughout the 1990s. A significant number of these talks were in support of her books Feminist Fatale and Her Way. Often the same talk was used for a number of events and adjusted accordingly. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title, which is frequently the location name of an event.

Bowling Green State University, 1996
Box 52
Clark University, 1999 February 7
Box 52
College of St. Catherine, 1996 November 13
Box 52
College public relations
(3 folders)
Box 52
Lecture notes, 2002
(2 folders)
Box 52
Neal Pollack event, 2001 January
Box 52
Profiles
Box 52
Publicity, 1991-1994
Box 53
Scripts and produced plays
Box 53
Sex book talk, 1997 May 22
Box 53
Speaking, 1996
Box 53
Speaking, 1997
(2 folders)
Box 53
Speaking, 1998-1999
Box 53
Speaking, 1999-2001
Box 53
Speaking: letters
Box 53
Speeches: memorabilia, 2006
Box 53
Theater, 1992-1995
Box 53
Theater, 1996
Box 53
Theater/television, 1998-1999
Box 54
Theater: media
Box 54
Truckee Meadows Community College, 1997 March 7
Box 54
Union College, 1996 February 13
Box 54
University of Chicago, 1996 May 3
Box 54
Valdosta State University, 1999 March 5
Box 54
Winona State University, 2000 March 3
Box 54
Women's Studies conferences
(2 folders)
Box 54
Promotional posters (2 items)
Folder 2

Kamen maintained extensive files on a wide range of subjects pertaining to her writing interests. Topics covered include feminism, activism, politics, popular culture, and sex, along with many others. These files consist primarily of clippings from magazines, newspapers, and other publications. Folders are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Activism: feminist organizing
(2 folders)
Box 55
Activism: National Organization for Women (NOW)
Box 55
Activism: students
(2 folders)
Box 55
Advertisements
Box 55
Affirmative action
Box 55
AIDS
(2 folders)
Box 55
AIDS, 1996
Box 55
AIDS and safe sex
(2 folders)
Box 56
Art
Box 56
Anal [sex]
Box 56
Babybusters
Box 56
Backlash
Box 56
Beauty
(2 folders)
Box 56
Birth control
(3 folders)
Box 56
Birth rates, 1999
Box 57
Bisexuals
Box 57
Black women
Box 57
Bobbit, Lorena
Box 57
Books
Box 57
Book reviews
Box 57
Braun, Carol Mosley
Box 57
Breast cancer
Box 57
Breast feeding
Box 57
Breast implants
Box 57
Campus feminists/women's centers
Box 57
Campus rape
Box 57
Campus safe sex
Box 57
Careers
Box 57
Careers
(3 folders)
Box 58
Careers: nontraditional
Box 58
Celebrities
(2 folders)
Box 58
Childcare
Box 58
Child support
Box 58
Choice/abortion
Box 58
Civil rights
Box 58
Clinton, Hilary
Box 58
Cohabitation
Box 58
Colleges
Box 58
Colleges: behavior
Box 58
Colleges: East coast 1990 November
Box 59
Colleges: newspapers
Box 59
Communication and consent
Box 59
Confidence and self-esteem
Box 59
Confusion
Box 59
Corporations
Box 59
Corporations: non-profit
Box 59
Culture
Box 59
Chicago Women's AIDS Project (CWAP)
Box 59
Dating
Box 59
Demographics
Box 59
Displaced homemakers
Box 59
Discrimination
Box 59
Diversity
Box 59
Diversity
Box 60
Divorce
Box 60
Domestic violence
(3 folders)
Box 60
Domestic violence: pre-1994
Box 60
Domestic violence: O.J. Simpson news
Box 60
Domestic violence: O.J. Simpson and media
Box 60
Eating disorders
Box 60
Education
(2 folders)
Box 60
Education: Citadel
Box 60
Elderly
Box 60
Elders, Jocelyn
Box 60
Environment
Box 60
Erotica
Box 60
Experts
Box 60
Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR)
Box 60
Family
(2 folders)
Box 61
Family: stabilizing
Box 61
Fantasy
Box 61
Feminists and sex lives
Box 61
Fetal issues
Box 61
Film
(2 folders)
Box 61
Fraternities
Box 61
Free speech on campus
Box 61
Funding
(2 folders)
Box 61
Gay: openness
Box 61
Gay: teens
Box 61
Gays and media
(2 folders)
Box 62
Gays and military
Box 62
Gender
Box 62
Generation Y
Box 62
Girls
Box 62
Grunge
Box 62
Harrassment
(3 folders)
Box 62
Harrassment, 1996
Box 62
Health/black women's health
Box 63
Hill, Anita
Box 63
Hollywood
Box 63
Hollywood, 2002
Box 63
Housing
Box 63
Infant mortality
Box 63
Intermarriage
Box 63
International
Box 63
Jews
Box 63
Jones, Paula
Box 63
Language
Box 63
Law
Box 63
Lesbian and gay: sadism/masochism (S/M)
Box 63
Lesbian and gay: students, Washington D.C.
Box 63
Lesbians, 1993
Box 64
Lesbians, 1997
Box 64
Lesbians: general
Box 64
Lesbian rights
(2 folders)
Box 64
Lewinsky, Monica
(2 folders)
Box 64
Locker room talk
Box 64
Madonna
Box 65
Magazines
Box 65
Magazines: Cosmopolitan
Box 65
Magazines: Essence
Box 65
Magazines: Playboy and men's
Box 65
Magazines: women
(2 folders)
Box 65
Marriage
Box 65
Marriage: gays
Box 65
Marriage and labor force
Box 65
Masturbation
Box 65
Media
(2 folders)
Box 66
Medicine: women and medicine
Box 66
Men
(3 folders)
Box 66
Menstruation and fertility
Box 66
Military
Box 67
Minorities
Box 67
Mobility
Box 67
Monogamy
Box 67
Morality
Box 67
Motherhood
Box 67
Movement: feminism
Box 67
Movement: feminism, 1970s
Box 67
Movement: feminism, 1992
Box 67
Movement: feminism, 1996-1999
Box 67
Movement: feminism, pre-1990
Box 67
MTV
Box 67
Music
Box 68
Music: Amos, Tori
Box 68
Music: blacks
Box 68
Music: country
Box 68
Music: DiFranco, Ani
Box 68
Music: Feminism
Box 68
Music: gay and bisexual
Box 68
Music: Harvey, P.J.
Box 68
Music: L7
Box 68
Music: Courtney Love
Box 68
Music: Men
Box 68
Music: Morissette, Alanis
Box 68
Music: Phair, Liz
Box 68
Music: politics
Box 68
Music: positive force
(2 folders)
Box 68
Music: riot grrrl and punk
(2 folders)
Box 69
Music: women in rock, 1999
Box 69
NOW
(2 folders)
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Openness
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Openness and controversy
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Oral sex
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Orgasm
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Pay equity
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Political correctness (PC)
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Political correctness (PC): college: criticism
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Peers: equality
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Politics: women in politics
(2 folders)
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Population
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Pornography
(Folders 1-4 of 8)
Box 70
Pornography
(Folders 5-8 of 8)
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Pornography: future sex
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Poverty
(2 folders)
Box 71
Pregnancy
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Prisons
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Prostitutes
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Progressives
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Race
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Radio
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Rape
(6 folders)
Box 72
Rape, 1994-1999
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Rape: media
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Rape: men stopping rape
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Rape: West coast, 1990 September
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Rape and sex politics
(2 folders)
Box 73
Rape research
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Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature
Box 73
Religion
Box 73
Religion: Catholic
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Religion: Catholic: College of St. Catherine
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Religion: Catholic: women
Box 74
Religion: Christian
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Religion: gays and religion
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Religion: HW
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Religion: Islam
Box 74
Roiphe, Katie
(2 folders)
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Romance
Box 74
Self-defense
Box 74
Self-help
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Sex abuse
Box 74
Sex: behavior: magazine surveys
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Sex: freedom/shame
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Sex: online information
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Sex: premarital
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Sex: safe sex: Michigan condom store
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Sex: safe sex: openness
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Sex: safe sex: public education
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Sex assault and media
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Sex education and information
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Sex research
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Sex study: University of Chicago
(2 folders)
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Sex toys
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Sexism
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Sexual health
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Sexual pleasure
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Sexual revolution
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Sexuality
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Sexually aggressive women
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Shame
Box 76
Single life
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Single moms
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Single moms, 1996
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Single parents
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The Sixties (1960s)
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S/M (sadism and masochism)
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Smith, William Kennedy
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South Suburban, Illinois
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Spirituality
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Sports
Box 77
State of the media, 1994
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Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
Box 77
Strippers
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Statistics, 1996
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Sugar Shack
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Superrats (aggressive women)
Box 77
Tailhook
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Teenagers
Box 77
Technology
Box 77
Twenty-somethings
Box 77
Television: Kaiser Foundation studies
Box 77
Television
(2 folders)
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Television: MTV
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Television: soap operas
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Television: talk shows
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Television: TV movies
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Theater
Box 78
Theorists
Box 78
Thomas, Clarence
Box 78
Transgender/transsexual
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Transvestites/gender benders
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Tyson, Mike
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Union/labor
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Universities and sex correctness
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Violence
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Virginia Slims Opinion Poll, 2000
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Virginity
(2 folders)
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Weddings
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Women's Information Network (WIN)
Box 79
Women's colleges
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Women's studies
(2 folders)
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Work and family
(Folder 1 of 2)
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Work and family
(Folder 2 of 2)
Box 80
Young feminists, 1997
Box 80
Young women
(3 folders)
Box 80
Youth Jobs
Box 80

This series contains audio cassettes, micro cassettes, compact discs, videotapes, and photographs. A significant majority of these materials are recordings of interviews conducted by Kamen during the course of researching her books and articles. Other recordings are from conferences attended by Kamen, a production of Kamen's play, Seven Dates with Seven Writers, and copies of television programs which included appearances by Kamen. Materials are arranged alphabetically by format, alphabetically within each format, and each recorded item is assigned an alpha-numeric identifier. Use copies will be created upon request; advance notification is highly encouraged. Photographic material consists of photographs taken at the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights and at an undated production of Kamen's play, Seven Dates with Seven Writers. A small number of unidentifiable photographs are also included.

[Technical Services may need to have use copies made before items in this series may be accessed. Please consult with Research Services staff before coming to use these materials.]

OR-1 Allison, SMU, 1993 November 20 (1 of 2)
Box 81
OR-2 Allison, SMU, 1993 November 20 (2 of 2)
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OR-3 Amber, 2003 November 11
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OR-4 American Headache Society (AHS)(1 of 10)
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OR-5 AHS (2 of 10)
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OR-6 AHS (3 of 10)
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OR-7 AHS, Conceptual Issues Surrounding Headache, 2000 June (4 of 10)
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OR-8 AHS, Chronic Daily Headache, 2000 June (5 of 10)
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OR-9 AHS, The Neurocognitive Impact of Headache, 2000 June (6 of 10)
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OR-10 AHS, The New Headache Consortium, 2000 June (7 of 10)
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OR-11 AHS, The New Headache Consortium, 2000 June (8 of 10)
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OR-12 AHS, Chronic Daily Headache, 2000 June (9 of 10)
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OR-13 AHS, Sustained Opioid Therapy for Intractable Headaches (10 of 10)
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OR-14 American Pain Society, The Changing Face of Pain, 2003 March (1 of 8)
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OR-15 APS, Complementary and Alternative Modalities in Pain Treatment: A Focus on Massage Therapy and Acupuncture Effects and Mechanisms, 2003 March (2 of 8)
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OR-16 APS, The Evolution of Pain Theories (3 of 8)
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OR-17 APS, Fibromyalgia: Current Understanding and Future Directions, 2003 March (4 of 8)
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OR-18 APS, Plenary Session: Invasive Procedures for the Treatment of Pain: Past, Present, and Future, 2003 March (5 of 8)
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OR-19 APS, Prediction the Development of Chronic Pain: Data from Prospective Studies, 2003 March (6 of 8)
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OR-20 APS, Sex Differences in Pain and Analgesia, 2003 March (7 of 8)
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OR-21 APS, Sex, Gender, and Pain, 2003 March (8 of 8)
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OR-22 Amy, 1993 November 18 (1 of 2)
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OR-23 Amy, 1993 November 18 (2 of 2)
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OR-24 Anne & Jim, 2003 May 11
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OR-25 Arcana, September 21
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OR-26 Bakos, Men's Health
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OR-27 Becky, New York City, 1993 October 7
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OR-28 Belly & Mike
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OR-29 B., Rachel, 2003 November 10
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OR-30 B., Heather, 1999 October 25 (1 of 2)
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OR-31 B., Heather, 1999 October 25 (2 of 2)
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OR-32 B., Paula, 1992 September 1 (1 of 3)
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OR-33 B., Paula, 1992 September 1 (2 of 3)
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OR-34 B., Paula, 1992 September 1 (3 of 3)
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OR-35 Boots (1 of 2)
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OR-36 Boots (1 of 2)
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OR-37 Brooklyn Females, 1993 October 11
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OR-38 Carla, January 17
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OR-39 Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) (1 of 5)
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OR-40 CASA, Feeling No Pain, Pain & Addiction: Is It All in the Brain?, 2003 February 27 (2 of 5)
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OR-41 CASA, Feeling No Pain, The Marketing of Pain Relief, 2003 February 27 (3 of 5)
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OR-42 CASA, Feeling No Pain, More Than A Quick Fix: Are We Treating Pain Adequately?, 2003 February 27 (4 of 5)
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OR-43 CASA, Feeling No Pain, Diversion: Medical Judgment and the Judgment of Medicine, 2003 February 27 (5 of 5)
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OR-44 CATALYST: Student Environmental Action Coalition, Champagne, IL, 1999 October (1 of 2)
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OR-45 CATALYST: Student Environmental Action Coalition, Champagne, IL, 1999 October (2 of 2)
Box 82
OR-46 Chicago AIDS
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OR-47 Chris, 1990 December 10 (1 of 2)
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OR-48 Chris, 1990 December 10 (2 of 2)
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OR-49 Chronic pain, 2000 January 24
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OR-50 Clarke (1 of 2)
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OR-51 Clarke (2 of 2)
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OR-52 C., Ann, interview
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OR-53 Crystal, 1992 October 23
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OR-54 Kris and Diane, Daryl (1 of 2)
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OR-55 Kris and Diane, Daryl (2 of 2)
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OR-56 D., Denham
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OR-57 D., Tamara, 2003 November 5
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OR-58 D., Dean November 19
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OR-59 Debbie and Rick, Texas
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OR-60 D., Ivonne, 2003 May 27
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OR-61 D., Jack, 2003 May 27
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OR-62 D., Schultz, date rape, 1996
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OR-63 Dworken
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OR-64 E., Victoria, 1994 January 25 (1 of 2)
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OR-65 E., Victoria, 1994 January 25 (2 of 2)
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OR-66 Famay
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OR-67 F., Julie (1 of 2)
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OR-68 F., Julie (2 of 2)
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OR-69 Freeman
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OR-70 F., Daryl
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OR-71 G., Kathy, 2004 January 14
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OR-72 G., Nancy
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OR-73 Gilbert, 1996 February 7 (1 of 2)
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OR-75 Gilbert, 1996 February 7 (2 of 2)
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OR-76 Go Fish, Michigan, 1994
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OR-77 Golden (1 of 2)
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OR-78 Golden (2 of 2)
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OR-79 G., Marie
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OR-80 H., Denise, 2004 January 17 (1 of 2)
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OR-81 H., Denise, 2004 January 17 (2 of 2)
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OR-82 Hampshire panel
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OR-83 Hanlon, 1993 October 10 (1 of 2)
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OR-84 Hanlon, 1993 October 10 (2 of 2)
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OR-85 H., Iris and Dave
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OR-86 H., Elizabeth, 2003 May 15
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OR-87 H., Jody P. (1 of 2)
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OR-88 H., Jody P.(2 of 2)
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OR-89 Haydrel (1 of 3)
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OR-90 Haydrel (2 of 3)
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OR-91 Haydrel (3 of 3)
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OR-92 Headache meeting, National Headache Foundation, 2003 April 23
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OR-93 Headache show, NPR, Terry Gross, 2001 April 5
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OR-94 H., Rebecca L., 1993 July 30 (1 of 3)
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OR-95 H., Rebecca L., 1993 July 30 (2 of 3)
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OR-96 H., Rebecca L., 1993 July 30 (3 of 3)
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OR-97 Jane
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OR-98 Jenelle (1 of 2)
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OR-99 Jenelle (2 of 2)
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OR-100 Jennifer, 2003 May 17
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OR-101 Jody and Lori, 1992 November 25
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OR-102 J., Janet, 2003 September 10 (1 of 2)
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OR-103 J., Janet, 2003 September 10 (2 of 2)
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OR-104 JSR (1 of 2)
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OR-105 JSR (2 of 2)
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OR-106 K., Daniel, 2002 November 30
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OR-107 K., Jack, 2002 November 30
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OR-108 Kamen, Paula, Jordan Rich Show
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OR-109 K., Jamika
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OR-110 K., Cristi, chronic daily migraine, 2003 December 7
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OR-111 Kesa, December 1
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OR-112 K., Anita (1 of 2)
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OR-113 K., Anita (2 of 2)
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OR-114 Labia
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OR-115 L., Sarah
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OR-116 Laura, 1994 February
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OR-117 Leslie, Felice, Rhonda, August 5
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OR-118 Liz, Hampshire College
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OR-119 Mahoney/Fersusar
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OR-120 M., Arthur, Boston, December 19
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OR-121 Mary, Washington, 1994 March 29 (1 of 2)
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OR-122 Mary, Washington, 1994 March 29 (2 of 2)
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OR-123 Mary Elise (1 of 2)
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OR-124 Mary Elise (2 of 2)
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OR-125 Marla
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OR-126 M., Paula, 2003 June 23
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OR-127 Michelle, November 25
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OR-128 Michigan
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OR-129 Mike D., Archie, Leslie, and Mark
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OR-130 Milhause
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OR-131 M., Laura, 1993 October 27 (1 of 2)
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OR-132 M., Laura, 1993 October 27 (2 of 2)
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OR-133 M., Diana, December 28 (1 of 2)
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OR-134 M., Diana, December 28 (2 of 2)
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OR-135 MTV, 1993 October 10
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OR-136 Nanex
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OR-137 Nevada, 1996 September 20
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OR-138 NOW
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OR-139 OOB, San Francisco
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OR-140 O., Arcana, September 20 (1 of 2)
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OR-141 O., Arcana, September 20 (2 of 2)
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OR-142 Otto (1 of 2)
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OR-143 Otto (2 of 2)
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OR-144 P&G onsite interviews (1 of 6)
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OR-145 P&G onsite interviews (2 of 6)
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OR-146 P&G onsite interviews (3 of 6)
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OR-147 P&G onsite interviews (4 of 6)
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OR-148 P&G onsite interviews (5 of 6)
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OR-149 P&G onsite interviews (6 of 6)
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OR-150 Palac
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OR-151 P., Reverend, 1992 October 8
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OR-152 Pornography Conference, Leigh
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OR-153 P., Mary, Alabama
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OR-154 Procida
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OR-155 R., Jeffery, 2003 June 4
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OR-156 R., Nahib, 2003 July 15
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OR-157 R., June
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OR-158 Reinventing Love/Gallagher
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OR-159 Remarks
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OR-160 Repro Reports (1 of 2)
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OR-161 Repro Reports (2 of 2)
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OR-162 Rhonda/NCASA, Santa Barbara
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OR-163 R., Barbara, 2003 October 29
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OR-164 S/M, 1995 March 24
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OR-165 Safe sex
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OR-166 Sarah, Mark, Anderson, Karen, 1993 April 23
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OR-167 S., Lynne, 2003 November 17
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OR-168 S., Megan (1 of 2)
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OR-169 S., Megan (2 of 2)
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OR-170 Shedd, 1993 November 10 (1 of 2)
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OR-171 Shedd, 1993 November 10 (2 of 2)
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OR-172 S,, Maria
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OR-173 S., Elizabeth/TeenVoices
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OR-174 S., Valerie, 1993 October 26
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OR-175 Stephens, 1995 March 23
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OR-176 S., Paula, December 14
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OR-177 Tammy
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OR-178 TCU
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OR-179 TeenXpress
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OR-180 T., Ann, 1993 November 20
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OR-181 T., Michael, 1993 October 18
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OR-182 Treveca
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OR-183 Untitled 1
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OR-184 Untitled 2
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OR-185 Untitled 3
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OR-186 Untitled 4
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OR-187 Untitled 5
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OR-188 Untitled 6
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OR-189 Valene
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OR-190 V of C (1 of 3)
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OR-191 V of C (2 of 3)
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OR-192 V of C (3 of 3)
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OR-193 Virginia, 1992 September 15
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OR-194 Walsh
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OR-195 Washington, D.C. interviews, 1993 April 23 (1 of 6)
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OR-196 Washington, D.C. interviews, 1993 April 23 (2 of 6)
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OR-197 Washington, D.C. interviews, 1993 April 23 (3 of 6)
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OR-198 Washington, D.C. interviews, 18th Street, 1993 April 23 (4 of 6)
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OR-199 Washington, D.C. interviews, 18th Street, 1993 April 23 (5 of 6)
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OR-200 Washington, D.C. interviews, 18th Street, 1993 April 23 (6 of 6)
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OR-201 W., Melanie, 2003 October 29
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OR-202 Weinberg
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OR-203 Wendy and Craig, Washington, D.C.
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OR-204 West Virginia
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OR-205 Whitner, 1992 September 18
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OR-206 W., Nicole, 2003 December 6
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OR-207 Williams, pornography conference
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OR-208 Wisconsin men, 1990 December 9 (1 of 2)
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OR-209 Wisconsin men, 1990 December 9 (2 of 2)
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OR-210 WOC Workshops
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OR-211 Zibergeld/Playboy
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OR-379 A., Mike, Santa Barbara 2
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OR-380 A., Mike, Santa Barbara 3
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OR-381 A., Mike, Santa Barbara 4
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OR-382 Doc Interviews, 1992 February 24
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OR-383 Hanton Copy, 1993 December 10
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OR-384 L., Barnie, 1991 September 23
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OR-385 Mackinnon, Catherine, 1993 September 28
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OR-386 P., Marianne, 1992 July 3
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OR-387 Nichols, July 8
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OR-388 NOW Conference, Chicago 1992
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OR-389 Plan 1
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OR-390 Pornography conference, June 24
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OR-391 Seventeen (1 of 2)
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OR-392 Seventeen (2 of 2)
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OR-393 Wheeling Class, November 26
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OR-212 Book [All In My Head], 2004 February 24
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OR-213 Book [All In My Head], 2004 June 17
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OR-214 Book [All In My Head], 2004 July 24
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OR-215 Draft Grants CU, 2004 April 21
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[OR-216 removed from collection]
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OR-217 Eight Forty-Eight, 2005 March 16
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OR-218 My Documents, 2004 March 18
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OR-219 AMOCO
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OR-220 AMOCO
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OR-221 Amy
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OR-222 Anthony
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OR-223 Austin (1 of 4)
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OR-224 Austin (2 of 4)
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OR-225 Austin (3 of 4)
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OR-226 Austin (4 of 4)
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OR-227 Bea
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OR-228 Becky
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OR-229 Belli (1 of 2)
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OR-230 Belli (2 of 2)
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OR-231 Bridge (1 of 2)
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OR-232 Bridge (2 of 2)
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OR-233 Capless, 1993 July 16
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OR-234 Dawn (1 of 2)
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OR-235 Dawn (2 of 2)
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OR-236 Denton (1 of 2)
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OR-237 Denton (2 of 2)
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OR-238 Family & Work
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OR-239 Franz
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OR-240 Fred
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OR-241 Gay & Kerry
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OR-242 Gordon
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OR-243 Griffin
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OR-244 Gwen, UMASS
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OR-245 Isadora (1 of 2)
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OR-246 Isadora (2 of 2)
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OR-247 LA Law
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OR-248 Lesbians
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OR-249 Mackie, San Francisco, 1994 July
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OR-250 Mark
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OR-251 Mills, UCLA
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OR-252 Morph
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OR-253 Nadia
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OR-254 NARAL
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OR-255 NCROW
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OR-256 NOW (1 of 2)
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OR-257 NOW (1 of 2)
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OR-258 Patty
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OR-259 Paul (1 of 2)
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OR-260 Paul (2 of 2)
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OR-261 Purdah
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OR-262 Rutgers
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OR-263 Ruth, 1994 January 14
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OR-264 Santa Cruz (1 of 2)
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OR-265 Santa Cruz (2 of 2)
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OR-266 Sarah
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OR-267 Scratch
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OR-268 Sherry (1 of 2)
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OR-269 Sherry (2 of 2)
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OR-270 Spencer, August 29
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OR-271 Starr (1 of 2)
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OR-272 Starr (2 of 2)
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OR-273 SUNY
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OR-274 SUT, 1993 April 29
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OR-338 TWU, lesbians (1 of 2)
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OR-339 TWU, lesbians (2 of 2)
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OR-275 Untitled 1
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OR-276 Untitled 2
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OR-277 Untitled 3
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OR-278 Untitled 4
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OR-279 Untitled 5
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OR-280 Untitled 6
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OR-281 Untitled 7
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OR-281 Untitled 8
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OR-283 Untitled 9
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OR-284 Untitled 10
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OR-285 Untitled 11
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OR-286 Untitled 12
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OR-287 Untitled 13
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OR-288 Untitled 14
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OR-289 Untitled 15
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OR-290 Untitled 16
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OR-291 Untitled 17
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OR-293 Untitled 19
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OR-320 Untitled 46
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OR-321 Untitled 47
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OR-322 Untitled 48
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OR-323 Untitled 49
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OR-324 Untitled 50
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OR-328 Untitled 54
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OR-330 Untitled 56
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OR-332 Untitled 58
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OR-336 Untitled 62
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OR-337 Untitled 63
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OR-394 Untitled 64
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OR-396 Untitled 66
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OR-397 Untitled 67
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OR-340 Winthrop, 1996 March 26
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OR-341 Yard
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Photographs, 1993, 1999, and undated
About 150 items
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OR-342 20/20 Duke Men Acting for Change, Campus Rape
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OR-343 [Bevery Hills] 90210, date rape, 1993/11
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OR-344 Arcenio, Future Sex
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OR-345 Art Beat, 1998 November 12
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OR-346 The Brokaw Report, The Lost Generation, 1993 July 28
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OR-347 Dreamworlds: Desire/Sex/Power in Sex Video, 1990
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OR-348 Felicity, sex episode, 1999 January 19
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OR-349 Female Sexuality, The Learning Channel, 2000 December 2
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OR-350 Good Day Portland, Paula Kamen, 2004 March 14
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OR-351 How To Strip for Your Husband, The Self Discovery Series for Women
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OR-352 If These Walls Could Talk,
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OR-353 Jane by Paula Kamen, Chopin Studio Theater, Chicago, IL, 1999 October 15
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OR-354 Jane Pratt Show, Paula Kamen
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OR-355 Jenny Jones, beauty
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OR-356 Kamen, Paula, Channel 5 News, 1997 (?)
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OR-357 Kamen, Paula, Fox TV News, Chicago, 2000 November 4
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OR-358 Kamen, Paula, Lewis & Clark College, keynote speech, 2002 March 14
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OR-359 Lewinsky, Monica, 1999 March 3
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OR-360 Michigan Head, Pain, and Neurological Institute
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OR-361 Music Television, Sex 1993 August 15, Real World Vices, 1993 August 16
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OR-362 Music Television, Public Service Announcement on AIDS 1994 September 12, Sex Doc, 1994 September 14
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OR-363 Music Television, More Sex in the 90s, 2000 January
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OR-364 Music Television, 2001 May 9
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OR-365 Music Television, 1994 September 16, Boys Will Be Boys, Melrose Place, 1994 September 19
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OR-366 Music Television, obscene female rappers, 1996 November 25
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OR-367 Oprah, sex and generations
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OR-368 Oprah, date rape, 1996 September 19
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OR-369 Public Service Announcement, Salt 'n Pepa, 1993
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OR-370 Real World, abortion episode, gay episode, 1993
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OR-371 Real World, 1993
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OR-372 Sally Jesse Rafael, Hooters, Operation Rescue, harassers, 1993 October 11
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OR-373 Seven Dates with Seven Writers: A New Unromantic Comedy, 1998 September 6
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OR-374 Springer, 1995
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OR-375 Streisand
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OR-376 Take Back the Night, a documentary by Jenai Lane
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OR-377 Tipped Uterus
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OR-378 Tori Amos, 1996 April
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Items in this series consist of 20 issues of the magazines Deneuve and Curve. Other magazines and a number of zines are filed separately, with the Bingham Center's Women's, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Movements Periodical Collection, and with the Bingham Center's Women's Zine Collection, respectively. A complete list of these titles maybe found in the Items Separated section below.

Curve, Volume 6, 3-6
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Curve, Volume 7, 1-4
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Curve, Volume 8, 3
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Curve, Volume 9, 4-5
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Deneuve, Volume 2, 3, 5-6
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Deneuve, Volume 3, 1, 4, 6
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Deneuve, Volume 4, 4, 6
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Deneuve, Volume 5, 1
Box 93

Historical Note

Paula Kamen was born in Chicago and grew up in Flossmoor, Illinois. She received a bachelor's degree in journalism in 1989 from the University of Illinois. Kamen is a Chicago-based (current as of 2007) journalist, playwright, and the author of a number of books, including one of the first books to describe the "third wave" of feminism. Articles and book reviews by Kamen have been published in The New York Times, Washington Post, Ms., Chicago Tribune, among others, and more than a dozen anthologies. Kamen is also a frequent public speaker and has appeared at over 70 universities.

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Paula Kamen Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Provenance

The Paula Kamen Papers were received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a purchase in 2004.

Processing Information

Processed by Jodi Berkowitz, Andrea Combs, Beth Ann Koelsch, and Carolyn Powell

Completed March 2007

Accessions 2004-0331 and 2006-0056 were merged into one collection, described in this finding aid.

Descriptive sources and standards used to create this inventory: DACS, EAD, NCEAD guidelines, and local Style Guide.