Interview transcripts, 1989 - 2021
Scope and Contents of the Collection
This collection consists of oral histories conducted with women graduates of the Massachusetts institute of Technology (MIT). The earliest graduation date of those interviewed is 1922. The majority of interviewees earned undergraduate degrees from MIT, and several were later associated with MIT in administrative roles.
The oral histories are a resource for researchers of the history of women in the fields of science, engineering, technology, and architecture; the role of women in higher education; and the evolution of the involvement of women at MIT.
There are audio casettes of a few of the interviews, but access to them is restricted by the gift agreements.
- 1989 - 2021
This collection is open.
Digital Access Note
Some parts of this collection are available online. Links to specific online digital items are found within their entry in this finding aid.
From the Collection: 94 Megabytes (94 MB (766 Files, 28 folders) [28 transcripts])
From the Collection: 1 Cubic Feet ((3 manuscript boxes, 1 small media box, 95.6 MB (767 Files in 28 folders) )
Language of Materials
- From the Collection: Association of MIT Alumnae (AMITA) (Organization)
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