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Tucker Pamella Farley's Women and Literature Class
This photograph shows Tucker Pamella Farley (left) teaching her popular Women and Literature course in a discussion circle with her students. Farley taught at Brooklyn College from 1970 to 2005, where she was central to developing the Women’s Studies Program as program co-founder, and taught English and Women’s Studies courses. She fought for and secured funding for the first Women’s Center on campus, creating Project Chance for returning women students. The Women's Center is still running today as one of the oldest college women's centers in the country.
| Brooklyn College Library, Archives and Special CollectionsCreator | Unknown
Rights | Obtain From Brooklyn College Library, Archives and Special Collections
Item Type | Still Image (Photograph)
Cite This document | Unknown, “Tucker Pamella Farley's Women and Literature Class,” CUNY Digital History Archive, accessed November 25, 2020, https://cdha.cuny.edu/items/show/5332.