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At a Glance
Arranged in 8 series: 1. Women's Ordination Conference/ Rochester Regional Task Force, 1975-1989; 2. Lectures and conferences, 1976-2009; 3. Publications, 1966-2009; 4. Videotapes and transparencies, 1979-2008; 5. Audiotapes, 1976-2007; 6. Sister Fund: Theological Renaissance Project, 2000-2007 [Restricted until January 1, 2032]; 7. Professional activities: teaching, travel, research and awards, 1968-2009; 7A. Student papers, 1988-2009 [FERPA Restrictions]; 8. Correspondence: professional and personal, 1980-2009; 9. Oversized.
Scope and content
The collection consists of lectures, correspondence, working papers, publications, sermons, liturgies, professional awards and other related materials from the files of Ada María Isasi-Díaz. The materials in this collection span much of her professional career as an activist and theologian. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence and publications from her work with women's organizations, manuscripts of lectures and articles, syllabi and teaching notes and conference materials. Also included are personal correspondence, audio- and videotapes, and clippings from magazines and newspapers.
Using the Collection
Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary
Restrictions on Access
Collection open for research by appointment. The archival records of living alumni are covered by FERPA and privacy legislation and are closed to research for a significant time period. Student papers in Series 7A are therefore Restricted and are marked as such in the Contents list to this Finding Aid. Where 75 or more years have passed since student attendance at UTS or other educational institutions, records can be released for consultation, according to the Burke Library archives policy, upon request to the archivist at firstname.lastname@example.org. All documents in Series 6 Sister Fund are also Restricted until January 1, 2032. The remainder of the collection is unrestricted.
Related Archival Materials
See also: Loyola University of Chicago. Women and Leadership Archives.
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About the Finding Aid / Processing Information
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History / Biographical Note
Biographical / Historical
Ada María Isasi-Díaz is an activist, theologian and Professor of Ethics and Theology at Drew University.