Harriette Andreadis Women's Studies Research Collection and Personal Archive

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Harriette Andreadis Women's Studies Research Collection and Personal Archive



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Harriette Andreadis received her Ph.D. in English Renaissance Literature from the University of Wisconsin in 1970 and joined Texas A&M University in 1975, becoming an Associate Professor in 1985. Harriet's research focus moved from English Renaissance Literature to Women's Studies and Film Studies, eventually developing and spearheading the Women's Studies program at Texas A&M University.

In addition to establishing several new courses in Film Studies and Gender Studies, Harriette also served on the University Press advisory committee and worked with Phi Delta Gamma in various officer positions from 1975 to 1980. She published Sappho in Early Modern England, a book on homosexuality, and has been published in several journals.

After 40 years as a part of the faculty of Texas A&M University, Harriette retired in the Spring of 2014.

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This collection includes Dr. Andreadis' research files, library, journals, writings, correspondence, and manuscript materials which were collected during her 40 years as a member of the faculty of Texas A&M. Dr. Harriette Andreadis retired in the Spring of 2014 donating her materials well as several personal items to Cushing Memorial Library & Archives.

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The collection is arranged chronologically within Dr. Andreadis's areas of research.

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© Copyright 2019 Cushing Library. All rights reserved.

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