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Keohane, Nannerl

Nannerl Keohane Photo

Nannerl Keohane

Stanford News Service / Chuck Painter
Department: 
Political Science
Oral History Project: 
Faculty
Interviewer: 
Adams, Judy
Interview Year: 
1988
Oral History Type: 
Audio
Transcript

In this 1988 interview, Nannerl Keohane, then a former associate professor of political science at Stanford and current president at Wellesley College, discusses women’s issues from the perspective of a woman in academia and provides an account of the early days of the Center for Research on Women (CROW) and feminist studies at Stanford. Keohane also discusses the importance of her close friendships and bonds with other female faculty members at Stanford, including Shelly Rosaldo, Estelle Freedman, Myra Strober, Diane Middlebrook, and Barbara Babcock