Pembroke Center

Black Feminist Theory Collections

The Black Feminist Theory Collections comprise the archival papers of notable Black feminist scholars as part of the Pembroke Center's Feminist Theory Archive.

As part of the Pembroke Center's Feminist Theory Archive, the Black Feminist Theory Collections comprise the archival papers of notable Black feminist scholars, including Hazel V. Carby, Ann duCilleKeisha-Khan Y. PerryChristina SharpeHortense J. Spillers, and Cheryl Wall. The collections include personal and professional papers such as handwritten diaries, notebooks, and draft writings; personal and professional correspondence; and conference and teaching materials.

Scholars who plan to contribute their papers in the near future include Daphne A. Brooks, Kimberly Juanita Brown, Deborah E. McDowell, and Mireille Miller-Young, among other groundbreaking feminist theorists in the years to come. 

To learn more about collections contributed to the Pembroke Center's Feminist Theory Archive in the name of the Black Feminist Theory Project, please see our libguide or contact the Pembroke Center Archives at pembroke_archives@brown.edu.