The Social Sciences Collections include several focused subcollections.
This includes the Radical Women collection, Theology Collections, and Women in Development.
- Radical Women contains the Radical Women in Gainesville collection, which documents the valiant history of women in the Gainesville Women's Liberation Movement. Radical Women in Gainesville is comprised of photos, oral histories, self-published newsprints, newsletters, brochures, notes from feminist organizations, and other original documents. While commemorating the uppity women who helped reform the conservative Gainesville college town in the 1970s, this compilation also preserves artifacts for future generations to access for research and empowerment. Radical Women and Radical Women in Gainesville are growing collections. More materials will be added as they are located and Internet Distribution Permissions are obtained. If you would like to contribute archives to this developing collection or if you have any questions, please contact us. Radical Women
- The 'Theology General Collection' currently includes materials preserved and cataloged through the many Kohler Victorian Theology Pamphlet Collection microfilming and cataloging grants. Theology Collections
- Women in Development collects research on societal structures in Africa, the Caribbean, and Latin America. These materials reflect the impact of women in rural and urban settings. They discuss issues of education, economic growth and legal rights among other topics. Women in Development