Daryl M. Hafter papers
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Dr. Daryl M. Hafter, emeritus faculty of the Department of History and Philosophy at Eastern Michigan University was appointed in 1968, and served the University for 35 years. The Daryl M. Hafter papers include clippings and news releases, correspondence, and a photograph of Dr. Hafter. There are two additional series of materials related to Courses taught by Hafter as well as her Faculty appointment records. Her faculty materials have been divided into a separate series, which includes published articles and reviews, fellowship and sabbatical applications and reports, CVs, course outlines, and her emeritus faculty status recommendation materials. The materials are dated approximately 1970 to 2004.
- 1970 - 2004
- Hafter, Daryl M., 1935- (Person)
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Dr. Daryl M. Hafter, emeritus faculty of the Department of History and Philosophy at Eastern Michigan University was appointed in 1968, and served the University for 35 years. Hafter received her B.A. from Smith College in 1956, her M.A. from Yale University in 1957, and her Ph.D. from Yale University in 1964. She worked as a lecturer at the University of Michigan from 1965 to 1968 before joining the faculty at Eastern Michigan University were she served as a lecturer from 1968 to 1969, assistant professor from 1969 to 1976, associate professor from 1976 to 1980, and full professor from 1980 until she was awarded emeritus status in 2004. While at Eastern, she pursued her research interests in the history of women, the history of technology, and 18th century France. She was a member of the American History Association and the French History Association. Though she taught in the Department of History and Philosophy, she helped found the Women's Studies department and taught the first courses in European women's history. She was a founding member of the Society for the History of Technology (SHOT), and served on committees, conference panels, the executive council, and as president of the society. Hafter was awarded research funding and fellowships from the National Science Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Dibner Institute for the History of Science and Technology. Her book, European Women and Preindustrial Craft was published by Penn State University Press in 2007.
1.8 Linear Feet (4 archive boxes, 1 halfsize archive box)
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Dr. Daryl M. Hafter was a professor in the Department of History and Philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. In her 35 years as a faculty member, she taught courses in the department, founded the Women's Studies program, published numerous articles and reviews, and was awarded several research fellowships. In 2004 she was award emeritus faculty status. The Daryl M. Hafter papers include a selection of her research and course materials, clippings and press releases, correspondence, and published articles. The Daryl M. Hafter papers include clippings and news releases, correspondence, and a photograph of Dr. Hafter. Her faculty materials have been divided into two separate series: Course Materials relate to course proposals for History 355, History 521 and notes related to Women's Studies; Faculty appointment records includes published articles and reviews, fellowship and sabbatical applications and reports, CVs, course outlines, and emeritus faculty status recommendation materials. Records date from 1970-2004
- Daryl M. Hafter papers
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- 2012 June 18
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