OH 1249 | Oral History

OH 1249

Graduate student. Her experiences in working with women's issues at the University of North Texas, 1993-97. Early education on the Isle of Man and in England; family background; searching for career choices; college years at Oxford Polytechnic College; student activism at Oxford Polytechnic; origins of her interest in women's issues; scholarship to attend the University of Idaho, 1990-91; experiences in the Visual Arts Program at the University of North Texas, 1995-97; introduction to women's studies classes; her interest in women in art; her activities with the Women's Roundtable and Celebrating Women; her organizing an exhibition of women artists for Women's History Month; her master's thesis about British sculptor Rachel Whiteread; her interest in the social, political and economic implications of art.

About this Oral History

Physical Description 156 pp.
Terms of Use Open
Interviewer(s) Charles Cook
Date of Interview December 17, 1997

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