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Difference, Power, and Discrimination Program Records, 1970-2011

By Alicia Stewart and Elizabeth Nielsen

Collection Overview

Title: Difference, Power, and Discrimination Program Records, 1970-2011

Predominant Dates: 1991-2005

ID: RG 250

Primary Creator: Oregon State University. Difference, Power and Discrimination Program

Extent: 4.0 cubic feet. More info below.

Arrangement: The Difference, Power, and Discrimination (DPD) Program Records are arranged in 11 series: 1. Correspondence, 1991-2007; 2. Course Proposals, 1991-2005; 3. Faculty Seminar, 1992-2011; 4. Reports, 1994-2004; 5. Reference Materials, 1970-2007; 6. Committee Records, 1991-2005; 7. Oral History Interviews, 1998; 8. Program Administration, 1991-2005; 9. Publications, 1994-2006; 10. Video and Sound Recordings, 1987-2008; and 11. Born-Digital Materials, 1997-1998.

Languages of Materials: English [eng]

Abstract

The Difference, Power, and Discrimination (DPD) Program Records document the establishment and functioning of the DPD Program at Oregon State University as well as the topics of diversity, discrimination, racism, minority students and faculty, and women in higher education. The DPD Program at Oregon State University was established in the early 1990s as a means to deliver courses to address cultural and ethnic diversity as well as racism, discrimination, and their origins.

Access to the transcripts and notes for interviews with no releases in Series 7, Sub-Series 3 is restricted. All requests for access to this material should be directed to the University Archivist.

Scope and Content Notes

The Difference, Power, and Discrimination (DPD) Program Records document the establishment and functioning of the DPD Program at Oregon State University as well as the topics of diversity, discrimination, racism,  minority students and faculty, and women in higher education.  The records pertain to curriculum development and pedagogy at Oregon State University specific to diversity and multicultural education as well as undergraduate education generally in all academic disciplines.

The records include materials documenting program administration, course proposals, committees, and the annual faculty seminar.  Reports that are specific to the DPD Program and pertain to broader issues of diversity and equity at Oregon State are included.  Reference materials that were assembled by the DPD Program as resources and reference materials for administration, teaching, and course development are part of the collection.  These materials document specific incidents, racism, diversity and discrimination, recruitment and retention of minority faculty and students, and the role of women and minorities in science.

A 1998 review and evaluation of the DPD Program is comprehensively documented in the collection – especially a series of oral history interviews conducted by students in an anthropology class of other Oregon State students regarding DPD courses.

The collection also includes promotional publications, the Program's newsletter ReVisions, and several audio and video recordings.  Video recordings of lectures by Nikki Giovanni and Gloria Anzaldua are available online.

Born-digital records are available to researchers in the Special Collections and Archives Research Center Reading Room.

Biographical / Historical Notes

The Difference, Power, and Discrimination (DPD) Program at Oregon State University was established in the early 1990s as a means to deliver courses to address cultural and ethnic diversity as well as racism, discrimination, and their origins. The initiating action for the DPD Program was a November 1990 letter from concerned student leaders to OSU President John Byrne proposing several actions in response to recent incidents of discrimination and harassment at OSU. One of these proposals was the development of mandatory courses for all students. In the Spring of 1992, the Faculty Senate approved the incorporation of the Difference, Power, and Discrimination requirement into the Baccalaureate Core, contingent on the development of enough courses. The DPD Program was created to provide faculty with the training and resources to develop or modify courses to meet the DPD criteria; the intent was that courses would address issues of diversity and discrimination not only in society in general, but within specific academic disciplines.  Annie Popkin was chosen as the first director in June 1992. By Fall 1994, within two years of its establishment, a sufficient number of DPD courses were in place for the DPD requirement to become a component of the Baccalaureate Core.  A comprehensive assessment and evaluation of the Program was conducted in 1998.

In addition to faculty seminars, the DPD Program sponsors guest speakers, film festivals, informal workshops and seminars, and other special events.

The following individuals have served as Director of the DPD Program since its establishment: Annie Popkin (1994), Barbara Paige (1994-1996), Mina Carson (1996-1997), Joan Gross (1998-1999); Susan Shaw (1999-2002), Jun Xing (2002-2011), Michelle Bothwell (2011-2014), and Nana Osi-Kofi (2014- ).



Author: Elizabeth Nielsen

Administrative Information

More Extent Information: 106 audiocassettes, 2 videotapes, and 2 DVDs; 29.5 Mbytes (494 files); 9 boxes, including 1 oversize box

Statement on Access: Access to the transcripts and notes for interviews with no releases in Series 7, Sub-Series 3 is restricted. All requests for access to this material should be directed to the University Archivist. All other materials in this collection are open for research.

Acquisition Note: The bulk of the materials were transferred from the Difference, Power, and Discrimination (DPD) Program in 2015. A small quantity of materials were transferred from Student Affairs in 2012 and incorporated into this collection in 2018.

Related Materials: The Difference, Power, and Discrimination (DPD) Program Records are a component of the Oregon Multicultural Archives, which includes numerous collections that document diversity and multicultural programs at Oregon State University.  Other collections pertaining to multicultural education are the records of Affirmative Action (RG 172), the Office of Multicultural Affairs (RG 225), the President’s Commission on the Status of Women (RG 159), and the Women’s Center (RG 243). The Jean Moule Papers (MSS Moule) document multicultural education in the context of teacher training.

Preferred Citation: Difference, Power, and Discrimination (DPD) Program Records (RG 250), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.

Processing Information:

The following materials were removed from the collection during the course of physical processing and description in 2018:  Sound recordings (4 audiocassettes) of 1998 interviews for which there are no signed releases; two TDK microcassettes and one commercial compact disc; 20 computer disks (5.25- and 3.5-inch) that were either unlabeled or identified as content with no long-term historical or administration value; and a rubber stamp with the name of the Program.

Technical accessioning of digital media received with the records resulted in 1.37 Gbytes (1455 files) of born-digital materials.  These were reviewed and appraised for long-term administrative and historical value.  This review resulted in a 29.5 Mbytes (494 files) of archival born-digital materials that are described as part of the DPD Records.

Born-digital records of Team Liberation were separated to a new collection - Team Liberation Records (RG 287).

Creators

Oregon State University. Difference, Power and Discrimination Program
Carson, Mina Julia
Gross, Joan
Shaw, Susan M. (Susan Maxine) (1960-)
Xing, Jun

People, Places, and Topics

Minority college students--Oregon--Corvallis.
Minority college students--Recruiting--Oregon.
Minority college teachers--Oregon--Corvallis.
Multicultural education--Oregon.
Oregon Multicultural Archives
Oregon State University--Curricula.
Oregon State University. Difference, Power and Discrimination Program.
University History
Women--Education (Higher)--Oregon--Corvallis.

Forms of Material

Audiocassettes.
Born digital.
DVDs.
Video recordings (physical artifacts)


Box and Folder Listing

Series 1: Correspondence, 1991-2007
Series 1 consists of correspondence received and sent by the DPD Program director and affiliated faculty, including Lani Roberts, Susan Shaw, Joan Gross, and Barbara Paige. Much of the correspondence is printed e-mail messages. The correspondence pertains to program administration, including budgets; workshops and publications; and DPD courses.  This series includes born digital materials (4 files; 23 kbytes) that are available to researchers in the Reading Room.
Box-Folder 1.01: Joan Gross, 1991-2000
Box-Folder 1.02: E-mails, 1992-2007
Box-Folder 1.03: Budgets, 1992-2001
Box-Folder 1.04: General, 1993-2004
Box-Folder 1.05: Essay Contest, 1994
Box-Folder 1.06: Workshops, 1995-2001
Box-Folder 1.07: Baccalaureate Core Course Review, 1996-2004
Box-Folder 1.08: Response to Proposed Elimination of DPD, 1998
Box-Folder 1.09: Susan Shaw, 1999-2001
Box-Folder 1.10: Seminar for Graduate Students, 2001
Box-Folder 1.11: Book Publication: Teaching DPD at OSU, 2005-2006
Box-Folder 3.47: Correspondence, 1994-1997
Digital Folder 1: Letters, 1995
Correspondence from DPD Director Barbara Paige regarding textbooks, course proposals, and other administrative matters.  This folder includes 4 files (all Word documents) totaling 23 kbytes.
Series 2: Course Proposals, 1991-2005
Series 2 consists of course proposals and associated documentation submitted to the Baccalaureate Core Committee.  The proposals address how courses meet the criteria established by the Faculty Senate for DPD courses within the Baccalaureate Core curriculum.  Lists of DPD courses, syllabi, and review materials are included in this series.  This series includes born digital materials (4 files; 33 kbytes) that are available to researchers in the Reading Room.
Box-Folder 1.12: Course Lists, Syllabi, and Proposals, 1991-2004
Box-Folder 1.13: Course Proposals, 1993-1995
Box-Folder 1.14: Course Proposals, 1993-1997
Box-Folder 1.15: Course Proposals, 1994-1997
Box-Folder 1.16: Course Proposals, 1994-1999
Box-Folder 1.17: Course Proposals, 2002-2004
Box-Folder 1.18: Baccalaureate Core Review Syllabi, 2004-2005
Digital Folder 1: Correspondence and Proposal, 1996
Correspondence pertaining to the approval of DPD courses and a proposal for HST 368X.  These born digital materials (4 files; 33 kbytes) are available to researchers in the Reading Room.
Series 3: Faculty Seminar, 1992-2011
Series 3 consists of records of the faculty seminar offered annually in the summer as an intensive 3-week seminar.  The purpose of the seminar is to help faculty transform their curricula in light of issues of difference, power, and discrimination.  This series includes outlines for the seminar, readings, applications from faculty to participate in the seminar, and evaluations.  Materials documenting a seminar for Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTA) in September 2001 are also included.  The series includes born digital materials (61 files; 1.8 Mbytes) that are available to researchers in the Reading Room.
Box-Folder 1.19: Applications and Agreements, 1992-1993
Box-Folder 1.20: Applications and Agreements, 1994-1995
Box-Folder 1.21: Applications and Agreements, 1996-1997
Box-Folder 1.22: Applications and Agreements, 2003-2009
Box-Folder 1.23: Evaluation Questionnaires, 1992-1993
Box-Folder 1.24: Evaluation Questionnaires, 1994-1999
Box-Folder 1.25: Evaluation Questionnaires- Raw E-mails, 1998
Box-Folder 1.26: Evaluation Questionnaires, 2003-2007
Box-Folder 2.01: Ideas from 1992, 1993, and 1997 Faculty Seminars, 1992-1997
Box-Folder 2.02: Faculty Seminar Outlines and Reading, 1992-2009
Includes Linn-Benton Seminar
Box-Folder 2.03: 2011 Summer Faculty Seminar, 2011
Digital Folder 1: Faculty Seminar, 1993-2002
Correspondence, publicity, evaluation, and resources documenting seminars and training offered to faculty for developing DPD courses.  These born-digital records (56 files; 1.5 Mbytes) consist primarily of Word documents and also include Microsoft Publisher files, and Excel spreadsheets.  The records are available to researchers in the Reading Room.
Digital Folder 2: GTA Seminar, 2001
Materials documenting a seminar of graduate teaching assistants offered in September.  These born-digital records (5 files; 335 kbytes) are primarily Word documents and one Publisher file.  The materials are available to researchers in the Reading Room.
Series 4: Reports, 1994-2004
Series 4 consists of reports prepared or received by the DPD Program and includes DPD annual reports for 1993-1994, 1996-1997, and 1998.  The 1999 report of the assessment of the DPD program that was conducted in 1998 is also part of this series. The assessment report includes copies of initiating and founding documents for the Program as appendices.  Reports pertaining to recruitment, retention, equity, and parity for women and minority faculty are also part of this series.  Born digital materials (3 files; 26 kbytes) are available for researchers in the Reading Room.
Box-Folder 2.04: DPD Program: A Four Year Development Plan, 1994
Box-Folder 2.05: Status of Minority Faculty Recruitment and Retention, 1994
Box-Folder 2.06: Interim Report for Reaffirmation of Accreditation, 1995
Box-Folder 2.07: DPD Annual Report, 1996-1997
Box-Folder 2.08: Draft Assessment of the DPD Program, 1999
Box-Folder 2.09: Final Assessment of the DPD Program, 1999
Box-Folder 2.1: DPD Task Force Report to the Faculty Senate, 2000
Box-Folder 2.11: Report to OSU Student Affairs Department Heads from the Diversity Programs Work Group, 2001
Box-Folder 2.12: Inter-Institutional Faculty Senate and Transfer Model, 2004
Box-Folder 2.13: The Path to Parity for Women at OSU, 2004
Digital Folder 1: Annual Reports, 1994-1998
Annual reports of the DPD Program for 1993-1994 and 1998 and correspondence pertaining to the 1998 report.  These born-digital materials (3 files; 26 kbytes)  consist of 2 Word Perfect files and one Word document.  The materials are available to researchers in the Reading Room.
Series 5: Reference Materials, 1970-2007
Series 5 consists of materials assembled by the DPD Program as resources and reference materials for administration, teaching, and course development. The materials include reports, published articles, planning documents for other OSU units, newspaper clippings, and related documentation and correspondence. The reference materials address a myriad of topics including diversity and discrimination, minority faculty and students, racism, women, and the role of women and minorities in science.  The series includes born-digital materials (7 files; 7.7 Mbytes) that are available to researchers in the Reading Room.
Box-Folder 2.14: OSU: Status of Women, Equal Employment, HEW, and Women's Study Group (folder 1/2), 1970-1978
HEW: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
Box-Folder 2.15: OSU: Status of Women, Equal Employment, HEW, and Women's Study Group (folder 2/2), 1970-1978
HEW: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
Box-Folder 2.16: University of Oregon: Women in Sciences and Multicultural Debates, 1985-1994
Box-Folder 2.17: Feminism and Science, 1986
Box-Folder 2.18: Teaching Equality Articles and Controversial News, 1987-2003
Box-Folder 2.19: History of Discrimination: Oregon and Diversity Development Plan, 1987-2009
Box-Folder 2.20: Reference Materials, circa 1988
Box-Folder 2.21: "Minorities, Discrimination, and Change at OSU", 1988-1993
Box-Folder 2.22: Racism at OSU, 1988-2004
Box-Folder 2.23: Spring Seminar: Unmasking the Myths of Racism, 1989-1992
Box-Folder 2.24: Science, 1990-2001
General references.
Box-Folder 2.25: "Racism at OSU", 1991-1993
Box-Folder 2.26: Science and Women and Scientific Illiteracy, 1991-1993
Box-Folder 2.27: Teaching Diversity Articles, 1991-1996
Box-Folder 2.28: C. Kreiner "Interview on Oppression", 1992
Box-Folder 2.29: Incidents at OSU: Civil War T-shirt, and Playboy, 1993
Box-Folder 2.30: OSU Women's Issues, 1993-1999
Box-Folder 2.31: OSU Minority Science Program, 1994
Box-Folder 2.32: Press Release Packets, 1994
Box-Folder 2.33: "The First Oregonians" and Native American Longhouse, 1994
Box-Folder 2.34: Recruitment and Retention Materials, 1994-1995
Box-Folder 2.35: Newspaper Clippings, 1994-2000
Box-Folder 2.36: Students and Faculty of Color: Information, 1995-1996
Box-Folder 2.37: History of Science, 1997-2002
Box-Folder 2.38: ASOSU Recommends No Confidence Vote for President-Elect, 1998
Box-Folder 2.39: Defining "Science" in a Multicultural World, 1998
Box-Folder 2.40: Writing for Change, 2000
Box-Folder 2.41: Technology Dealing with Gender, 2001
Box-Folder 2.42: Diverse Faculty Arguments, 2002
Box-Folder 2.43: Diversity Target Market Plan, circa 1997
African American student recruitment.
Box-Folder 2.44: Distinguished Lecturer, 2003
Box-Folder 2.45: Feminist Perspectives, 2006
Box-Folder 2.46: Academic Affairs International Programs (AAIP) Diversity Plan, 2005-2007
Box-Folder 2.47: Articles, circa 2007
Box-Folder 2.48: Comic Strips and Discussion Posters, circa 1990s
Box-Folder 2.49: Clippings, Articles, and Publications, 1993-1999
Box-Folder 2.50: Report - Achieving Parity for Women at OSU, 1994
Digital Folder 1: Shoemaker Oregon, 2007
Agenda and presentation for the Oregon State Service-Learning Faculty Seminar on May 11, 2007, "Developing a Scholarship of Engagement and Social Justice", presented by Jan Shoemaker, Director of the Louisiana State University Center for Community Engagement, Learning, and Leadership.  These born digital materials (7 files; 7.7 Mbytes) consist of one Word document and 6 Powerpoint files.  The materials are available for researchers in the Reading Room.
Series 6: Committee Records, 1991-2005
Series 6 consists of the records of the Difference, Power, and Discrimination Program Advisory Board; the Faculty Senate Difference, Power, and Discrimination Task Force; and other Oregon State University committees and councils pertaining to diversity. Records of a committee to develop courses affirming diversity, that precedes the formal establishment of the DPD Program, are also part of this series. The materials in this series include minutes, agendas, meeting notes, and related documentation and correspondence.
Box-Folder 3.01: Affirming Diversity Course Development Committee, 1991-1992
Box-Folder 3.02: Diversity Action Coalition, 1993
Box-Folder 3.03: Meeting Minutes, 1993-2005
Box-Folder 3.04: Difference, Power, and Discrimination OSU Program- Department Support, 1994-1995
Box-Folder 3.05: Difference, Power, and Discrimination Program Advisory Board, 1994-2005
Box-Folder 3.06: Faculty Senate Difference, Power, and Discrimination Task Force, 1999-2000
Box-Folder 3.07: Baccalaureate Core Committee Assessment, 1999-2005
Box-Folder 3.08: Diversity Council / Committee, 2001
Box-Folder 3.09: Goals and Aspect Map, 2004-2005
Box-Folder 3.10: Meeting Notes, 2004-2005
Series 7: Oral History Interviews, 1998

Series 7 consists of sound recordings and transcripts of interviews conducted as a review and assessment of the DPD Program in 1998.This series consists of 3 sub-series: 1. Sound Recordings; 2. Releases, Transcripts, and Notes; and 3. Transcripts and Notes for Interviews without Releases. The materials within each sub-series are arranged by the interviewer.

The interviews were conducted by students in Joan Gross' Oral Traditions course (ANTH 498/598) during fall term of 1998; the interviewees were other Oregon State University students who had completed a DPD course. The semi-structured interviews gathered information about students' perception of the goals of the DPD Program, their knowledge of diversity and discrimination issues before and after taking a DPD course, and their assessment of the course and the program overall.

The sound recordings are cassette tapes and are available for listening in the Special Collections and Archives Research Center Reading Room.

Transcripts and notes are available for many of the interviews. Transcripts and notes for interviews without releases are restricted. There are several sound recordings that include interviews with individuals for whom there are no releases; these are indicated in the list below.

The data and conclusions reached from these interviews are summarized in the 1999 assessment report in Series 4.

Sub-Series 1: Sound Recordings
Sub-Subseries 1: Armelle Denis
Box-Item 4.01: Mary McClure tape 1/2
Box-Item 4.02: Mary McClure tape 2/2
Box-Item 4.03: Sarin Spehar, October 18th
Box-Item 4.04: Jennifer Shukri
Box-Item 4.05: Patty Sweat
Box-Item 4.06: Greg Less
Box-Item 4.07: Wendy Cronin
Box-Item 4.08: Jeanna Bush, November 13th
Box-Item 4.09: Monica Rojas, November 15th
Box-Item 4.10: Sarin Spehar, November 17th
Box-Item 4.11: Brian Wenzl
Box-Item 4.12: Monica Rojas, November 22nd
Box-Item 4.13: Nathan Bader
Box-Item 4.14: Jeanna Bush, November 25th
Sub-Subseries 2: Becca Zimmer-Wolf
Box-Item 4.15: Cathleen Mosubrocki
Includes Follow-up
Box-Item 4.16: Mandie Bewley
Box-Item 4.17: Silas Richardson
Box-Item 4.18: Andrew Biskey
Box-Item 4.19: Jamie Denton
Box-Item 4.20: Jay Kirby and Danny Saecho
Box-Item 4.21: John Steele
Box-Item 4.22: Jeff Campbell
Sub-Subseries 3: David Baldassano
Box-Item 4.23: Susan Nall
Box-Item 4.24: Derek Ottele
Box-Item 4.25: James Rogers, October 21st and November 12th
Box-Item 4.26: Faron Anslow, October 23rd and November 16th
Box-Item 4.27: Jesse Putman
Box-Item 4.28: Angela Lau
Box-Item 4.29: James Udoka
Box-Item 4.30: Colleen Cordis
Box-Item 4.31: Maija Gunderson
Box-Item 4.32: Megan Kalstad
Interviewed with an individual for whom there is no release.
Sub-Subseries 4: Eben Haase
Box-Item 4.33: Daniel Olvera and Brittney Powell, October 16th and 26th
Box-Item 4.34: Jesse Downing and Jose Pizano
Box-Item 4.35: Renato Quintero and Jenny Semadeni, November 4th and 11th
Box-Item 4.36: Renato Quintero and T.J. Jeppesen, November 29th
Box-Item 4.37: Marisa Fernandez and Daniel Olvera, November 30th
Box-Item 4.38: Ramona Flores and Maria Villalobos
Sub-Subseries 5: Heather Burns
Box-Item 5.01: Lisa N.
Box-Item 5.02: Nancy, October 16th
Box-Item 5.03: Angela Cordova
Box-Item 5.04: Michael Sugihara, October 22nd
Box-Item 5.05: William Andersen
Box-Item 5.06: Benn Eilers
Box-Item 5.07: Dan Auger
Box-Item 5.08: David Jackman and Tammi Jackman
Box-Item 5.09: Kristina Small
Box-Item 5.10: Nancy, November 19th
Box-Item 5.11: Michael Sugihara, November 23rd
Sub-Subseries 6: Jennifer Leaver
Box-Item 5.12: Andre Moen and Machelle Nelson
Box-Item 5.13: Fred Kummernes and Dorothy Sandoval
Box-Item 5.14: Laura Baxter and Jaime Race
Box-Item 5.15: Kom-Dui So and Jeremy Baker
Box-Item 5.16: Ellie Larsen and Charlie Bisgord
Box-Item 5.17: Interview 1 and 2
Box-Item 5.18: Interview 3 and 4
Sub-Subseries 7: Laura Henderson
Box-Item 5.19: Michael Edwards, October 18th
Box-Item 5.20: Ravi Puri and Karianne Stinson
Box-Item 5.21: Lisa Hobart
Box-Item 5.22: Justin Timmons
Box-Item 5.23: Melanie Spraggins
Box-Item 5.24: Suzanne Gaulocher
Box-Item 5.25: Jessica Leahy
Box-Item 5.26: Timothy Tedder
Box-Item 5.27: Kevin Pardew
Box-Item 5.28: Jill Brunell
Box-Item 5.29: Brenda Johnson
Box-Item 5.30: Michael Edwards, December 1st
Sub-Subseries 8: Nicko Widjaja
Box-Item 5.31: Thomas Tu, Patrick, and Frans Marbun
Box-Item 5.32: Mutiara Moesaffa and Ceryl Susilo
Includes interviews with individuals for whom there are no releases.
Box-Item 5.33: Jamie Toman, Khaled Abmussallam, Andrew Kim, and Sutrisno Amidjojo
Sub-Subseries 9: Pei-Yao Lee
Box-Item 5.34: Chi-Yu Wang
Includes interview with individual for whom there is no release.
Box-Item 5.35: Carl Erhardt
Box-Item 5.36: Michael Giles
Box-Item 5.37: Gregory Jones
Box-Item 5.38: Emily Schlumbohm
Box-Item 5.39: Takayuki Nishio
Box-Item 6.01: I-Ping Huang
Box-Item 6.02: Doug Holdt
Box-Item 6.03: Terry Wright
Box-Item 6.04: Minori Fukushima
Sub-Subseries 10: Sheila Ford
Box-Item 6.05: Timothy Lang and Christian Bushong, October 20th and October 29th
Box-Item 6.06: Mary Martin and Terry Wright
Box-Item 6.07: Lucille Hoard and Deborah Smith
Box-Item 6.08: Rhonda Prichard
Box-Item 6.09: Billy Hopkins and Patria Vega
Box-Item 6.10: Timothy Lang, November 18th
Box-Item 6.11: Katie Davis and Christian Bushong, November 18th and December 1st
Sub-Subseries 11: Suzanne Gaulocher
Box-Item 6.12: Amy Chase
Box-Item 6.13: Jason Allen, October 26th
Box-Item 6.14: Johnny Tran, November 4th
Box-Item 6.15: Erica Raihala
Box-Item 6.16: Gretchen Emmert
Box-Item 6.17: Mandie Bewley
Box-Item 6.18: Heather Graham
Box-Item 6.19: Ondra Watson
Box-Item 6.20: Terri Trosper
Box-Item 6.21: Jason Allen, December 2nd
Box-Item 6.22: Johnny Trann, December 2nd
Sub-Subseries 12: Van Thammaphourong
Box-Item 6.23: Prescilla
Includes interview with an individual for whom there is no release.
Box-Item 6.24: Luc Le and Tin Tu
Includes interview with individual for whom there is no release.
Box-Item 6.25: Mohammed and Mona
Box-Item 6.26: Peter and Kory
Box-Item 6.27: Chankrasna Tran and Go
Sub-Series 2: Releases, Transcripts, and Notes
Sub-Subseries 1: Armelle Denis
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.01: Mary McClure
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.02: Sarin Spehar, October 18th
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.03: Jennifer Shukri
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.04: Patricia Sweat
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.05: Greg Less
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.06: Wendy Cronin
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.07: Jeanna Bush, November 13th
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.08: Monica Rojas, November 15th
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.09: Sarin Spehar, November 17th
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.10: Brian Wenzl
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.11: Monica Rojas, November 22nd
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.12: Nathan Bader
Box-Folder-Item 3.11.13: Jeanna Bush, November 25th
Sub-Subseries 2: Becca Zimmer-Wolf
Box-Folder-Item 3.12.01: Cathleen Moscibrocki
Box-Folder-Item 3.12.02: Mandie Bewley
Box-Folder-Item 3.12.03: Silas Richardson
Box-Folder-Item 3.12.04: Andrew Biskey
Box-Folder-Item 3.12.05: Jamie Denton
Box-Folder-Item 3.12.06: Jay Kerby
Box-Folder-Item 3.12.07: Danny Saecho
Box-Folder-Item 3.12.08: John Steele
Box-Folder-Item 3.12.09: Jeff Campbell
Sub-Subseries 3: David Baldassano
Box-Folder-Item 3.13.01: Susan Nall
Box-Folder-Item 3.13.02: Derek Ottele
Box-Folder-Item 3.13.03: James Rogers
Box-Folder-Item 3.13.04: Faron Anslow
Box-Folder-Item 3.13.05: Jesse Putman
Box-Folder-Item 3.13.06: Angela Lau
Box-Folder-Item 3.13.07: James Udoka
Box-Folder-Item 3.13.08: Colleen Cordis
Box-Folder-Item 3.13.09: Maija Gunderson
Box-Folder-Item 3.13.10: Megan Kalstad
Interviewed with an individual for whom there is no release.
Sub-Subseries 4: Eben Haase
Box-Folder-Item 3.14.01: Daniel Olvera
Box-Folder-Item 3.14.02: Brittney Powell
Box-Folder-Item 3.14.03: Jesse Downing
Box-Folder-Item 3.14.04: Jose Pizano
Box-Folder-Item 3.14.05: Renato Quintero
Box-Folder-Item 3.14.06: Jenny Semadeni
Box-Folder-Item 3.14.07: T. J. Jeppesen
Box-Folder-Item 3.14.08: Marisa Fernandez
Box-Folder-Item 3.14.09: Ramona Flores
Box-Folder-Item 3.14.10: Maria Villalobos
Sub-Subseries 5: Heather Burns
Box-Folder-Item 3.15.01: Lisa N.
Box-Folder-Item 3.15.02: Nancy
Box-Folder-Item 3.15.03: Angela Cordova
Box-Folder-Item 3.15.04: Michael Sugihara
Box-Folder-Item 3.15.05: William Andersen
Box-Folder-Item 3.15.06: Benn Eilers
Box-Folder-Item 3.15.07: Dan Auger
Box-Folder-Item 3.15.08: Tammi Jackman
Box-Folder-Item 3.15.09: David Jackman
Box-Folder-Item 3.15.10: Kristina Small
Sub-Subseries 6: Jennifer Leaver
Box-Folder-Item 3.16.01: Andrew Moen
Box-Folder-Item 3.16.02: Machelle Nelson
Box-Folder-Item 3.16.03: Fredrik Kummernes
Box-Folder-Item 3.16.04: Dorothy Sandoval
Box-Folder-Item 3.16.05: Laura Baxter
Box-Folder-Item 3.16.06: Jaime Race
Box-Folder-Item 3.16.07: Kom-Dui So
Also known as Anthony
Box-Folder-Item 3.16.08: Jeremy Baker
Box-Folder-Item 3.16.09: Ellie Larsen
Box-Folder-Item 3.16.10: Charlie Bisgord
Sub-Subseries 7: Laura Henderson
Box-Folder-Item 3.17.01: Michael Edwards
Box-Folder-Item 3.17.02: Ravi Puri
Box-Folder-Item 3.17.03: Lisa Hobart
Box-Folder-Item 3.17.04: Karianne Stinson
Box-Folder-Item 3.17.05: Justin Timmons
Box-Folder-Item 3.17.06: Melanie Spraggins
Box-Folder-Item 3.17.07: Suzanne Gaulocher
Box-Folder-Item 3.17.08: Jessica Leahy
Box-Folder-Item 3.17.09: Timothy Tedder
Box-Folder-Item 3.17.10: Kevin Pardew
Box-Folder-Item 3.17.11: Jill Brunell
Box-Folder-Item 3.17.12: Brenda Johnson
Sub-Subseries 8: Nicko Widjaja
Box-Folder-Item 3.18.01: Thomas Tu
Box-Folder-Item 3.18.02: Ceryl Susilo and Mutiara Moesaffa
Box-Folder-Item 3.18.03: Jamie Toman and Khaled Abmusallam
Box-Folder-Item 3.18.04: Sutrisno Amidjojo
Box-Folder-Item 3.18.05: Patrick
Box-Folder-Item 3.18.06: Frans Marbun
Box-Folder-Item 3.18.07: Andrew Kim
Box-Folder-Item 3.18.08: Contextual Notes
Sub-Subseries 9: Pei-Yao Lee
Box-Folder-Item 3.19.01: Chi-Yu Wang
Box-Folder-Item 3.19.02: Carl Erhardt
Box-Folder-Item 3.19.03: Michael Giles
Box-Folder-Item 3.19.04: Gregory Jones
Box-Folder-Item 3.19.05: Emily Schlumbohm
Box-Folder-Item 3.19.06: Takayuki Nishio
Box-Folder-Item 3.19.07: I-Ping Huang
Box-Folder-Item 3.19.08: Doug Holdt
Box-Folder-Item 3.19.09: Terry Wright
Box-Folder-Item 3.19.10: Minori Fukushima
Sub-Subseries 10: Sheila Ford
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.01: Rhonda Prichard
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.02: Timothy Lang, October 20th
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.03: Christian Bushong, October 29th
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.04: Billy Hopkins
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.05: Patria Vega
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.06: Mary Martin
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.07: Terry Wright
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.08: Lucille Hoard
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.09: Deborah Smith
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.10: Timothy Lang, November 18th
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.11: Katie Davis
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.12: Christian Bushong, December 1st
Box-Folder-Item 3.20.13: Interview Journals 1-12
Sub-Subseries 11: Suzanne Gaulocher
Box-Folder-Item 3.21.01: Amy Chase
Box-Folder-Item 3.21.02: Jason Allen, October 26th
Box-Folder-Item 3.21.03: Johnny Tran, November 4th
Box-Folder-Item 3.21.04: Erica Raihala
Box-Folder-Item 3.21.05: Gretchen Emmert
Box-Folder-Item 3.21.06: Mandie Bewley
Box-Folder-Item 3.21.07: Heather Graham
Box-Folder-Item 3.21.08: Ondra Watson
Box-Folder-Item 3.21.09: Terri Trosper
Box-Folder-Item 3.21.10: Jason Allen, December 2nd
Box-Folder-Item 3.21.11: Johnny Tran, December 2nd
Sub-Subseries 12: Van Thammaphourong
Box-Folder-Item 3.22.01: Prescilla
Box-Folder-Item 3.22.02: Luc Le and Tin Tu
Box-Folder-Item 3.22.03: Mohammed
Box-Folder-Item 3.22.04: Peter
Box-Folder-Item 3.22.05: Chankrasna Tran
Box-Folder-Item 3.22.06: Kory
Box-Folder-Item 3.22.07: Mona
Box-Folder-Item 3.22.08: Go
Sub-Series 3: RESTRICTED: Transcripts and Notes from Interviews without Releases
Box-Folder 7.01: RESTRICTED: Nicko Widjaja
Box-Folder 7.02: RESTRICTED: Sheila Ford
Box-Folder 7.03: RESTRICTED: Suzanne Gaulocher
Box-Folder 7.04: RESTRICTED: Van Thammaphourong
Series 8: Program Administration, 1991-2005
Series 9 documents the administration of the program and includes enrollment data, budgets, position descriptions for the program director and staff, proposals, lists of faculty who have completed the DPD faculty seminar or teach DPD courses, and surveys and evaluations of the program.  Materials documenting a 2004 celebration of the DPD Program at Oregon State are part of this series.  Also of note is a 2003 presentation to the Provost's Council.  This series includes born-digital materials (174 files; 3.8 Mbytes) that are available to researchers in the Reading Room.
Box-Folder 3.23: Proposals/Drafts for Difference, Power, and Discrimination, 1991-2003
Box-Folder 3.24: Enrollment Data, 1992-2004
Box-Folder 3.25: Grant Proposals, 1993-1995
Box-Folder 3.26: Lists, 1993-1998
Faculty who have completed the DPD Seminar and/or teach DPD courses.
Box-Folder 3.27: Krishna- Grants Search, 1994-1995
Box-Folder 3.28: Difference, Power, and Discrimination Budget and Facts, 1994-2005
Box-Folder 3.29: Internal Research Fellowships, 1995
Box-Folder 3.30: OSU: Minority Fellowship Pilot Program, 1995
Box-Folder 3.31: Survey/Analyses of Faculty Seminars and Juniors from DPD Courses, 1997-1998
Box-Folder 3.32: Survey of Undergraduate Departments, 1998
Box-Folder 3.33: Essay Contest, Minutes, and Appendices, 1998-2004
Box-Folder 3.34: Evaluations/Questionnaire, 1999
Box-Folder 3.35: Position Descriptions, 1999-2004
Box-Folder 3.36: Presentation Scripts for Difference, Power, and Discrimination Program at OSU, 2002
Box-Folder 3.37: Development Grants, 2003
Box-Folder 3.38: Writing Intensive Curriculum (WIC) Grant, 2003
Box-Folder 3.39: A Celebration and Honoring Ceremony, 2004
Box-Folder 3.40: DPD Anthology and Chapter 10, 2004
Difference, Power, and Discrimination
Box-Folder 3.41: Program Evaluation Retreat at Kah-Nee-Ta, 1995-1996
Box-Folder 3.42: Conference - Oregon Institute on Ethnic Diversity, 1994
Box-Folder 3.43: Conference - Oregon Women in Higher Education, 1995
Box-Folder 3.44: Oregon Assembly for Black Affairs, 1995-1996
Digital Folder 1: Administrative Files, 1994-2003
Materials documenting the administration of the DPD Programs including planning for special events, budgets, meeting minutes, assessments and evaluations, and correspondence.  Of special note is a 2003 presentation to the Provost's Council.  These born digital materials 120 files; 2.5 Mbytes) are primarily Word documents; other formats include Word Perfect, Excel, and Powerpoint files.  Several images are also part of this digital folder.
Digital Folder 2: Course Histories, 1999
Materials documenting DPD courses.  These born digital materials (39 files; 763 kbytes) are all Word documents.  The materials are available for researchers in the Reading Room.
Digital Folder 3: Faculty Essays, 1997
Essays submitted by DPD faculty.  These digital materials (4 files; 29 kbytes) are all Word documents.  The materials are available for researchers in the Reading Room.
Digital Folder 4: How To, 2002
Instructions prepared by DPD staff to document administrative and office operations.  These born-digital materials (11 files; 581 kbytes) consist of Word documents and one Microsoft Publisher file.  The records are available for researchers in the Reading Room.
Series 9: Publications, 1994-2006

Series 10 consists of publications documenting the administration and activities of the DPD Program. It includes ReVisions, the quarterly newsletter produced by the Program, flyers, brochures, and posters. The newsletter lists DPD courses that have been approved by the Baccalaureate Core Committee, announcements of events, short articles by faculty teaching DPD courses, and provides information about the staff and administration of the Program.

This series also includes flyers, brochures, and posters -- including a poster promoting the lecture presented by Nikki Giovanni as the OSU DPD Distinguished Lecturer and Keynote Speaker for the Conference on Gender and Culture held in April 2002.

Born-digital materials (24 files; 2.8 Mbytes) in this series include the Fall 2000 ReVisions newsletter; manuscript files of the book about the DPD Program written by Jun Xing; and Writing for Change by Janet Lockhart and Susan M. Shaw.  These materials are available for researchers in the Reading Room.

Box-Folder 3.45: Flyers, Brochures, and Posters for Special Events, 1994-2005
Box-Folder 3.46: ReVisions, 1994-2006
Box-Folder 8.1: Poster for Nikki Giovanni lecture, 2002
Digital Folder 1: DPD Book, 2006
Manuscript of the book, Teaching for Change: The Difference, Power, and Discrimination Model, by Jun Xing published in 2007 by Lexington Books.  These born digital materials (22 files; 1.1 Mbytes) consist solely of Word documents.  These records are available for researchers in the Reading Room.
Digital Folder 2: ReVisions Newsletter, 2000
Fall 2000 issue of the DPD newsletter.  This digital folder consists of one Microsoft Publisher file (721 kbytes) and is available for researchers in the Reading Room.
Digital Folder 3: Writing for Change, 2002
Writing for Change: Raising Awareness of Difference, Power, and Discrimination, 2nd Edition, by Janet Lockhart and Susan M. Shaw.  This digital folder includes one PDF file (474 kbytes) that is available for researchers in the Reading Room.
Series 10: Video and Sound Recordings, 1987-2008
Series 10 consists of recordings of Difference, Power, and Discrimination Program Distinguished Lectures at Oregon State University by Nikki Giovanni (2002) and Gloria Anzaldua (2003); a radio program about Audre Lorde, and two ABC News 20/20 programs. The radio and ABC News programs may have been used in training and workshops offered by the DPD Program.  The lectures by Giovanni and Anzaldua are available online.
Box-Folder 9.1: A Radio Profile of Audre Lorde, 1987
This radio profile first aired on WGBH radio in Boston in February 1987. This audiocassette was prepared by Profile Productions. Jennifer Abod was producer and narrator.
Box-Folder 9.2: Recorded Lectures at Oregon State University, 2002-2003
2 VHS tapes
Item 1: Nikki Giovanni, 2002
Recorded at LaSells Stewart Center on April 18, 2002.  The sound quality of the original recording is poor. This videotape has been digitized and is available online.
Item 2: Gloria Anzaldua - 2003 Distinguished Lecturer, 2003
Recorded on April 24, 2003.  Leslie Burns introduced the speaker and Jubilate, a women's choir in Corvallis, performed before the lecture -- Geography of Selves:  Identity and the New Tribalism.  This videotape has been digitized and is available online.
Box-Folder 9.3: ABC News 20/20 programs, 2007-2008
2 DVDs
Item 1: Waiting on the World to Change, 2007
Broadcast on January 26, 2007.
Item 2: They're Not Like Us - Privilege in America, 2008
Broadcast on September 10, 2008.
Series 11: Born-Digital Materials, 1997-2008
Series 11 consists of born-digital materials captured on April 18, 2008 as a back-up of http://oregonstate.edu/dept/dpd.  The records include electronic versions of the ReVisions newsletter, administrative program files, materials pertaining to the faculty seminar, and associated documentation and correspondence.  The bulk of the materials are for 2002-2008.  The original arrangement of these materials is retained.  File formats include *.html, Word documents, Microsoft Publisher files, PDFs, and images.  These materials (217 files; 13.6 Mbytes) are available for researchers in the Reading Room.

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