- Dodson, Jualynne E.
- Call number
- Sc MG 249
- Physical description
- 7.5 linear feet
- Preferred Citation
- Jualynne E. Dodson papers, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The New York Public Library
- Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division
- Access to materials
- Restricted access.
Sociologist, professor. Jualynne Elizabeth Dodson was born in 1942. Papers documenting Dodson's professional memberships and involvement with the Women's Coalition of the Theology in America Project, Black Women in Church and Society, and the Feminist Theological Institute. Also, transcript of the Wingspread meeting, 1984, on the status of African-American women that preceeded the World Women's conference in Nairobi, 1985; copy of Dodson's dissertation entitled "Women's Collective Power in the A.M.E. Church;" and material from her attendance at the seminars on Black and Liberation Theologies and on Minorities in the United States, both held in Cuba in 1984. There are also files relating to other projects with which Dr. Dodson was involved including New York State Council on the Humanities, Andrew Billingsley's Black Church Family Project, the African-American Clergy in New Haven project and Dr. Edmund Gordon's multicultural project which took place at Yale University.
Source of acquisitionGift, Dodson, Jualynne, 1992
- Dodson, Jualynne E.
- African Methodist Episcopal Church
- Black Women in Church and Society
- Feminist Theological Institute
- Nairobi Women's Conference and Forum (1985)
- Wingspread Conference on the Status of Black American Women (1984 : Racine, Wis.)
- Women's Coalition of the Theology in America Project
- African American Methodists
- African American women -- Legal status, laws, etc
- African American women -- Religion
- African Americans -- Religion
- Associations, institutions, etc -- African American membership
- Black theology
- Feminism -- United States
- Liberation theology
- Minorities -- United States
- Women and religion -- United States
Using the collection
LocationSchomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division
515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY 10037-1801