Adamson, Nancy

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Adamson, Nancy

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Nancy Lee Adamson was a professor, university administrator, and a founding member of the Canadian Women's Movement Archive Collective and its predecessor, the Women's Information Centre (WIC). She holds degrees from Mt. Holyoke College, Emory University, and the University of Toronto, receiving her PhD in 1983. At the University of Toronto, she established the Sexual Harassment Office and worked as a counsellor. From 1991 to 2000 she worked at Carleton University (Ottawa, Ont.) in the Status of Women Office and Equity Services. She is currently working in university administration in Belize.

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Canadian Women's Movement Archives (CWMA) (1977-1992)

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Canada

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CWMA description and C.V. accessed at http://www.celabelize.com/media/AdamsonNancyCV515.pdf in 2019.

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