Lourdes Benería Papers,1974-2008.

Collection Number: 15-2-3934

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
Lourdes Benería papers, 1974-2008.
Collection Number:
15-2-3934
Creator:
Benería
Quantity:
2 cubic feet.
Forms of Material:
Correspondence, publications
Repository:
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
Abstract:
Includes subject files, conference proceedings, lecture notes, related to her career at Cornell University and her work concerning labor, women's work, gender and development, globalization, and Latin American development.
Language:
Collection material in English


BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Lourdes Benería is a Professor Emerita in Cornell University's Department of City and Regional Planning. She was born in Catalonia, Spain and received her Licenciatura from the University of Barcelona in 1961. She studied economics at Columbia University, earning a M.Ph. in 1974 and a Ph.D.in 1975. She was an assistant and then associate professor at Rutgers University from 1975-1986. She began teaching at Cornell University's Department of City and Regional Planning in 1987 with a dual appointment in Gender, Feminist and Sexuality Studies. She was the first woman tenured in the Department of City and Regional Planning. Among other courses, she taught "International Institutions", "Public and Spatial Economics" and "Globalization and Development." At Cornell, at various times, she directed the Latin American Studies Program, the Gender and Global Change Program and the International Studies Program. She has been a visiting faculty member or guest lecturer at Columbia University, Rutgers University, the New School University and other universities in the United States and in Spain.
Benería's work and publications have focused on issues related to labor and the informal economy, women's work, gender and development, globalization, and Latin American development. This work has led her at various times to serve as president of the International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE), associate editor of Feminist Economics and The European Journal of Development Research, and a member of the Editorial Board of Economia Crítica among other positions. Parallel to her academic work, Beneria has been involved in activities of international organizations such as the International Labor Organization (ILO), United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM), and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). She was part of a team of international observers in Nicaragua for their elections in 1990. She served on the International Advisory Committee for the UNIFEM report on World's Women's Progress/2000; was a member of the International Advisory Board for the ILO's Global Programme on Socioeconomic Security (2000–04); and, was a member of UNDP's Directory of Appointed Experts on Poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean. Beneria is a recipient of the Narcis Monturiol Award given by the Catalan government for her contribution to the social sciences.

COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

Includes subject files, conference proceedings, lecture notes, related to her career at Cornell University and her work concerning labor, women's work, gender and development, globalization, and Latin American development. Also publications and notes related to the Nicaraguan Institute for Women (INIM)and the 1990 Nicaraguan election.
SUBJECTS

Names:
Benería, Lourdes
Cornell University--Faculty.
Cornell University.College of Architecture, Art, and Planning.
Nicaraguan Institute for Women (INIM).

Subjects:
Women in development.
Women--Employment.
Feminist economics.
Labor policy--Latin America.
Sex discrimination against women--Economic aspects--Latin America.
Women in rural development.
Globalization.
Elections--Nicaragua.
Labor market--Developing countries.


INFORMATION FOR USERS

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Lourdes Benería papers, #15-2-3934. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.

CONTAINER LIST

Container
Description
Date
Box 1 Folder 1
Publication "The Crossroads of Class and Gender"
1985-1992
Documents related to "The Crossroads of Class and Gender": Book Contract, Correspondence with Publishers, Publication Announcements, Book Advertisements, Book Reviews, Correspondence regarding Spanish translation.
Box 1 Folder 2
International Association of Feminist Economics (IAFFE) Presidency
2003
IAFFE Bulletin of January 2003, Brochure, Proposal to SIDA "Furthering Research on Cutting-Edge Issues in Feminist Economics: 'Gender and Aging'", Board Meeting Minutes January 2, 2003.
Box 1 Folder 3
International Association of Feminist Economics (IAFFE) Strategic Plan
2004-2005
"A Final Report with Recommendations Related to IAFFE's Future Structure and Sustainability" by Susan Kenny Stevens, Ph.D., Consultant with LarsonAllen Public Service Group, 2004.
Email correspondence regarding the Strategic Planning Committee's Final Report, 2005.
Box 1 Folder 4
International Association of Feminist Economics (IAFFE) Consultancy and Ford Proposal
2003-2004
Proposal to the Ford Foundation for Funding of the Strategic Plan Report by LarsonAllen.
Email Correspondence, Invoices, Strategic Planning Committee Meeting Notes.
Box 1 Folder 5
September 19th Garment Workers
1987-1995
"This material could be interesting for historians working on Mexico (and maybe other social scientists). It's not easy to find it."-A note from Lourdes Benería.
Newsletters, Publications, Correspondence, and Articles from: Interhemispheric Resource Center, Interchange/Woman to Woman, The "19th of September" Garment Workers Union, American Friends Service Committee-Listen Real Loud, Women's Project, Correspondencia (a Mexican Newsletter-in English, multiple issues), "Working Women and the 19th of September, Mexican Garment Workers Union: The Significance of Gender" by Teresa Carrillo, 1988.
Box 1 Folder 6
World Bank Consultancy Letters and Initial Documents - "Brazil Gender Review"
October 1998- November 1998
"Consultancy for the World Bank to review the Bank's programs on gender related to: education, labor, health, violence against women, and other issues in Brazil. Draft report included. October 20-November 18, 1988."-A note from Lourdes Benería.
Correspondence, Notes, List of Interviews and Consultations, Tables, References, Draft of "Brazil Gender Review."
Box 1 Folder 7
Smith-Corona Study
1993-1999
"Smith-Corona Project: Final paper published in Economic Development Quarterly, Vol. 15, No1 (2001) and updated for my book "Gender, Development and Globalization" Routledge, 2003, Chapter 4."
Project Proposal for "The Impact of Industrial Relocation on Rural Communities."
"Planning Study of the City of Cortland," 1994, This report was produced by a class of 32 entering professional students in Cornell University's Department of City and Regional Planning.
Newspaper Clippings, CARDI Newsletter, Correspondence, Email Correspondence.
Interview Notes with laid-off workers.
Revision notes from Economic Development Quarterly.
Box 1 Folder 8
Smith-Corona Study: Questionnaires
1993-1999
Economic Restructuring and Community Development: Questionnaire for Smith-Corona Workers.
Economic Restructuring and Community Development: Follow-Up Questionnaire for Smith-Corona Workers.
Box 1 Folder 9
Cortland: General Info 1
1993-1999
Sample Surveys and Complied Results from the Cayuga-Cortland Private Industry Council, used with the Corona employees: Dislocated Worker, Occupational Interests, Training Interests.
"Statement of Gary and Evelyn Allen", Former Employees of Smith Corona Corporation At a Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Labor... The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act, February 23, 1993.
Newspaper Clippings, Correspondence, Meeting Minutes.
"Social Cost Analysis of Layoffs of Smith Corona Workers in NY" prepared by the Midwest Center for Labor Research, October 1992.
Tompkins/Cortland Labor Coalition Bulletin regarding plant closure.
Box 1 Folder 10
Cortland: General Info 2
1993-1999
Citations in Newspaper Articles Database.
Plant Shutdown Bibliography.
"The Effects of Advance Notice on Displaced Manufacturing Workers:A Case Study" by Allison Zippay, 1993.
Charts, Graphs, Tables, Demographic and Economic Data, Maps.
Box 1 Folder 11
Anti-Franco Activities (1960's and Early 1970's) 1
1960-1975
Newspaper Clippings and Copies (English, Spanish, French, and British), Articles, Correspondence, Documents.
U.S. Committee for a Democratic Spain, U.S. Committee for the Carabanchel 10, The Public Prosecutor: The Court of Public Order: Madrid, The Spanish Ambassador to the United States.
Box 1 Folder 12
Anti-Franco Activities (1960's and Early 1970's) 2
1960-1975
Newspaper Clippings and Copies (English, Spanish, French, and British), Articles, Correspondence, Documents.
U.S. Committee for a Democratic Spain, U.S. Committee for the Carabanchel 10.
Statement on the Carabanchel Ten by Eugene Stockwell, Noam Chomsky, Monsignor Charles Owen Rice, Henry Foner, Angela Davis, Edward Barsky, Ossie Davis, Paul Sweeky, Haywaood Burns, Eugene McCarthy, Bella Abzug, Ramsey Clark, Leon J. Davis, Salvador Luria, David Livingston, Albert Szent-Gyorgi.
Box 1 Folder 13
Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Grant
1983-1991
Documents relating to a Petition for Grant-in-Aid from the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.
Petition for Grant-in-Aid, Correspondence, Acceptance Letter, Bibliography, Financial Accounting.
Box 1 Folder 14
Woodrow Wilson Application for Residential Fellowship
1996-1998
Application for the Residential Fellowship, Correspondence, Acceptance Letter, Pamphlet for the Woodrow Wilson Center International Center for Scholars, List of Publications, Project Proposal ("Toward Human Development: Gender and the Global Economy"), New Fellow Announcement, Program Assessment, Address List of 1997-1998 Fellows and Guest Scholars.
Box 1 Folder 15
Report for the United Nations on "Apoyo A La Oficina De La Mujer," Nicaragua, 1985
1984-1985
Correspondence from the United Nations Office for the Integration of Women in Development and Acceptance Letter for Consultation from the United Nations Development Programme.
Project Report: "Apoyo A La Oficina De La Mujer"- in Spanish.
Notes about the Project, Documents from the Republica De Nicaragua-Oficina de la Mujer.
Report: Assessment for the Project "Apoyo A La Oficina De La Mujer" (NIC/84/W01) Presented to VFDW (Report of the consultancy mission undertaken by Lourdes Benería to assess the work plan to be carried out by the Women's Office, Managua, Nicaragua, January 1985)- English Copy and Spanish Translation.
Box 1 Folder 16
Illich-"Work and Culture; Meditations on Ivan Illich's 'Gender'"
1984
Copy of "Work and Culture; Meditations on Ivan Illich's 'Gender'" by Lourdes Benería, Department of Economics, Rutgers University. (Paper prepared for the Symposium on "Work in 1984--Emancipation or Derogation?", University of Karlstad, Sweden, June 17-20, 1984. Paper published in B. Gustavsson, ed, "Work in the 1980's", London.)
Notes on Illich on "Gender" NYU Seminar, 1/27/1984.
Box 1 Folder 17
Lectures and Talks
1980-1986
Handwritten and Printed Lectures and Talks given at Conferences, Classes, and Events in the Americas and Europe, the majority in English, some in Spanish.
Topics include Feminism, Gender, Development, Economics, Globalization, Reproduction, Women's Work.
Box 1 Folder 18
Lectures and Talks
1987-1988
Handwritten and Printed Lectures and Talks given at Conferences, Classes, and Events in the Americas and Europe, the majority in English, some in Spanish.
Topics include Feminism, Gender, Development, Economics, Globalization, Reproduction, Women's Work.
Box 1 Folder 19
Lectures and Talks
1989-1990
Handwritten and Printed Lectures and Talks given at Conferences, Classes, and Events in the Americas and Europe, the majority in English, some in Spanish.
Topics include Feminism, Gender, Development, Economics, Globalization, Reproduction, Women's Work.
Box 1 Folder 20
Lectures and Talks
1991-1992
Handwritten and Printed Lectures and Talks given at Conferences, Classes, and Events in the Americas and Europe, the majority in English, some in Spanish.
Topics include Feminism, Gender, Development, Economics, Globalization, Reproduction, Women's Work.
Box 1 Folder 21
Lectures and Talks
1993
Handwritten and Printed Lectures and Talks given at Conferences, Classes, and Events in the Americas and Europe, the majority in English, some in Spanish.
Topics include Feminism, Gender, Development, Economics, Globalization, Reproduction, Women's Work.
Box 1 Folder 22
Lectures and Talks
1994-1995
Handwritten and Printed Lectures and Talks given at Conferences, Classes, and Events in the Americas and Europe, the majority in English, some in Spanish.
Topics include Feminism, Gender, Development, Economics, Globalization, Reproduction, Women's Work.
Box 1 Folder 23
Lectures and Talks
1996-1997
Handwritten and Printed Lectures and Talks given at Conferences, Classes, and Events in the Americas and Europe, the majority in English, some in Spanish.
Topics include Feminism, Gender, Development, Economics, Globalization, Reproduction, Women's Work.
Box 1 Folder 24
Lectures and Talks
1998-1999
Handwritten and Printed Lectures and Talks given at Conferences, Classes, and Events in the Americas and Europe, the majority in English, some in Spanish.
Topics include Feminism, Gender, Development, Economics, Globalization, Reproduction, Women's Work.
Box 1 Folder 25
Lectures and Talks
2000-2001
Handwritten and Printed Lectures and Talks given at Conferences, Classes, and Events in the Americas and Europe, the majority in English, some in Spanish.
Topics include Feminism, Gender, Development, Economics, Globalization, Reproduction, Women's Work.
Box 1 Folder 26
Lectures and Talks
2002-2004
Handwritten and Printed Lectures and Talks given at Conferences, Classes, and Events in the Americas and Europe, the majority in English, some in Spanish.
Topics include Feminism, Gender, Development, Economics, Globalization, Reproduction, Women's Work.
Box 1 Folder 27
Lectures and Talks
2006-2007
Handwritten and Printed Lectures and Talks given at Conferences, Classes, and Events in the Americas and Europe, the majority in English, some in Spanish.
Topics include Feminism, Gender, Development, Economics, Globalization, Reproduction, Women's Work.
Box 2 Folder 1
Paper for the Cambridge Journal of Economics "Production and Reproduction"
1978-1979
Correspondence with the Cambridge Journal of Economics, Working Paper - ILO, Suggestions for Revision, Final Draft
Box 2 Folder 2
United Nations - World Conference of the Decade for Women on the theme of Equality, Development and Peace, Bella Centre, Copenhagen, 1980
1980
"Reflections on the Copenhagen Conference" by Lourdes Benería. Introduction- "If you did not attend the UN Copenhagen Conference and were confused by the conflicting reports that made it to the media, you have one minor consolation: those of us who went to Copenhagen last July felt confused too." (This is a revised version of two talks on the Copenhagen Conference given at The New School for Social Research and at the Center for the Study of Human Rights, Columbia University, Fall 1980.)
"A Feminist View of Copenhagen" by Irene Tinker.
"Women of Europe", Brussels, March/April 1980 - no. 14 (A bulletin published by the Commission of the European Communities)
"What They Did Not Tell You About the UN Copenhagen Conferences" by Charlotte Bunch
"Set in an enormous glass topped forum on the outskirts of Copenhagen..." by Caren Grown
"Forum80" Newspaper, Copenhagen, July 14-17, 1980 and July 21-24, 1980
Box 2 Folder 3
SSRC Workshop and Research Grant - "Household Dynamics," Mexico
1981-1984
Work on the 2nd part of research for the book "The Crossroads of Class and Gender; Subcontracting and Household Dynamics in Mexico City" Chicago University Press, 1987.
Invitation to the workshop on Social Inequality and Gender Relations in Latin America, Mexico City, 1983.
"Subcontracting Links and Gender Relations" Abstract.
"A brief summary of my research in Mexcio City" with Martha Roldán.
"Entrevista Para Empresas Y Talleres" - questionnaire used in research.
Application for Advanced Research Grant.
Correspondence related to research grant funding from the Joint Committee on Latin American Studies of the American Council of Learned Societies and the Social Science Research Council.
Box 2 Folder 4
Paper for The Brookings Institution "Gender and the Dynamics of Subcontracting in Mexico City"
1984-1986
Correspondence regarding participation in The Brookings Institution Conference on Gender in the Work Place and subsequent publication.
Abstract and Vitae. Revised Copy of the Final Paper "Gender and the Dynamics of Subcontracting in Mexico City"
Box 2 Folder 5
Publication "Women, Households and the Economy"
1986-1988
Correspondence between Authors and Publisher.
Publishing Contract with Rutgers University Press.
List of Authors of "Women, Households and the Economy."
Advertisements, Reviews, Financial Documents.
Box 2 Folder 6
UNIFEM: Costa Rica/Panama Reports
1988-1989
Correspondence related to UNDP Office for Project Services assignment, criteria and payment.
Original contract documents.
Correspondence with Roxana Volio of UNIFEM (in Spanish).
Appraisal: RLA/87/PRO2 Women's Studies in Central America Short Training and Perfection Courses.
"Evaluacion Proyecto CSUCS/UNIFEM RLA/87/W05 Estudios de La Mujer en Centroamerica" (in Spanish) March 1989.
"Evaluacion Proyecto CSUCS/UNIFEM RLA/87/W05 Primer Modulo Subordinacion de la Mujer. Informe del tercer curso." (in Spanish) Panama, October-November 1988.
"Proyecto CSUCS/UNIFEM RLA/87/W05 Informe del Primer Curso de "Subordinacion de la Mujer". (in Spanish) San Jose, Costa Rica, April 1988.
"Evaluacion Proyecto CSUCS/UNIFEM RLA/87/W05 Estudios de La Mujer en Centroamerica, Primer Modulo - Subordinacion de la Mujer. Informe del Segundo Curso." (in Spanish) Tegucigalpa, Honduras. July-August 1988.
Box 2 Folder 7
Summer Institute in Gender and Development, Halifax, Canada, June 1988.
1989
List of Invited Speakers, Resource People and Special Guests.
Schedule, Biographies, Correspondence, Application Information and Application.
Summary of Discussion Paper "When the Margins Meet: Thoughts Arising from Women's Economic Lives in Newfoundland" - Porter.
The Revolving Chair: A feminist teaching strategy.
Box 2 Folder 8
ILO Workshop on Labor Markets and Structural Adjustment, Geneva, 1989
1989
Conference Schedule, Handwritten Session Notes, List of Participants.
November 29 - December 1, 1989.
Box 2 Folder 9
Publication "Accounting for Women's Work: The Progress of Two Decades"
1989-1992
Correspondence and suggestions for revision related to "Accounting for Women's Work: The Progress of Two Decades" from American University, Michigan State University, Institute of Ethnology - Taiwan and others.
Box 2 Folder 10
UN - Meeting of High-level Experts on Social Development Indicators, Rabat, April 1991
1991
Correspondence regarding "Meeting of High-level Experts on Social Development Indicators, Rabat, 8-11 April 1991" organized by the UN.
Invitation, Discussion of publication.
"The Measurement of Women's Economic Activities: Assessing the Theoretical and Practical Work of Two Decades" by Lourdes Benería.
"La Mesure de L'activité économique des femmes: évaluation du travail théorique et pratique de deux décennies." par Lourdes Benería (in French).
Box 2 Folder 11
UCLA Conference - Learning from Latin America: Women's Struggles for Livelihood, Los Angeles, California, 1992
1991-1996
Correspondence (with John Friedmann) regarding participation in the UCLA Conference "Learning from Latin America: Women's Struggles for Livelihood", 1990-1992.
Correspondence regarding paper "Contextualizing Women's Struggles for Livelihood: The Foreign Debt Crisis and the Social Costs of Adjustment".
Copy of "Contextualizing Women's Struggles for Livelihood: The Foreign Debt Crisis and the Social Costs of Adjustment", 1992.
Copy of Conference Program, 1992.
Correspondence (with Jonathan Friedlander) regarding particiaption in the UCLA Conference "Structural Adjustment: Comparative Perspectives", 1996.
List of Latin American Participants, 1996.
Box 2 Folder 12
National Committee on US-China Relations, Trip to China
1992-1993
Correspondence regarding participation in study team on Economic and Social Development in China's Hinterland.
Mission schedule and list of participants.
Handwritten notes.
Pamphlet from Xinxing Company Sichuan.
"Economic Development and Human Rights in China's Interior" co-authored by Lourdes Benería, 1993.
Box 2 Folder 13
University of Wisconsin Conference - Sustainable Development with Equity in the 1990s: Policies and Alternatives, 1993
1993
Correspondence regarding participation in the conference on "Sustainable Development with Equity in the 1990s: Policies and Alternatives".
Conference Schedule, List of Participants, Contact Information.
Box 2 Folder 14
African National Congress Workshop on Unpaid Labor and Economic Policy, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1993
1993
Correspondence regarding participation in the workshop "Unpaid labour and Economic Policy" organized by the African National Congress - Commission on the Emancipation of Women.
List of Participants, Copy of "Accounting for Women's Work: The Progress of Two Decades", Workshop Proposal, Draft of Published Proceedings of the Workshop, Handwritten notes.
Box 2 Folder 15
Salt Lake City Paper
1993-1994
Correspondence with the University of Utah.
"Gender, Adjustment and Macroeconomic Models" by Cagatay, Elson and Grown - Proposal to the Ford Foundation, 1993.
Handwritten Notes from "2nd Meeting", Salt Lake City, 1994.
Box 2 Folder 16
UNRISD Project - Economic Restructuring and New Social Policies
1993-1994
Correspondence regarding UNRISD's research project "Economic Restructuring and New Social Policies".
Project Proposal.
Copy of "Structural Adjustment and Social Emergency Funds: The Cases of Honduras, Mexico and Nicaragua" by Lourdes Benería and Brendy Mendoza. Paper published in "The European Journal of Development Research, Vol 7, No.1 (June 1995) and reprinted in Adjustment and Social Sector Restructuring".
Box 2 Folder 17
UNDP - Human Development Report and Development Index Meetings, 1995 and 1996
1994-1995
Correspondence related to contribution to the 1995 and 1996 Human Development Reports.
Notes on Meeting of HDR96, April 22, 1995.
1996 Human Development Report Proposed Outline.
Endorsement Form for a new indicator of progress and correspondence from Redefining Progress.
List of Participants of Brainstorming Meeting on HDR95, September 22, 1994.
Copy of "Engendering Political Economy" by Meghnad Desai, September 1994.
"Notes on the Outline of the 1995 Human development Report by Professor Antonella Picchio, Department of Political Economy, University of Modena, Italy"
Box 2 Folder 18
North-South Institute Conference, Ottawa, Canada, 1994
1994
Correspondence regarding participation in the "Expert Group Meeting on Women and Global Economic Restructuring".
Questions for the group meeting, from Lourdes Benería.
Meeting Information and Agenda, Participant Address List.
Questionnaire Responses.
"Expert Group Meeting on Women and Global Economic Restructuring, June 20-22, 1994, Ottawa, Canada, Final Report".
Box 2 Folder 19
Swedish International Development Authority Workshop - A Vision for Gender and Development Cooperation, Stockholm, Sweden, 1995
1994-1995
Correspondence related to Workshop "A Vision for Gender and Development Cooperation," January 30-February 3, 1995, Stockholm, Sweden.
Participant Contact List.
"A Vision for Gender and Development Cooperation" by Lourdes Benería, written for the conference, with hand-written additions.
Background information on the workshop.
Draft of workshop result paper "Towards Gender-Equitable and Sustainable Human Development" and revision notes.
"Individual Vision Papers Prepared for the Think-Tank Workshop 'A Vision for Gender and Development Cooperation'"
Correspondence related to SIDA Workshop on "Gender, Macroeconomics and Poverty," May 31st-June 2, 1995.
Box 2 Folder 20
Universidad Nacional De Colombia Conference - "Debates Feministas Frente Al Nuevo Siglo," Bogota, Columbia, 1995
1995
Correspondence related to the Universidad Nacional De Colombia Conference "Debates Feministas Frente Al Nuevo Siglo: Mujeres, Democracia y Desarrollo en America Latina," (in Spanish) November 20, 1995.
Conference program (in Spanish).
Handwritten notes (in Spanish).
Box 2 Folder 21
UNDP Workshop on Poverty Elimination, New York City, 1995
1995
Correspondence related to UNDP "Workshop on Selective Approaches and Practices for Eliminating Poverty," October 30-November 1, 1995, New York City.
Workshop Information: Terms of Reference - Consultancy on Gender and Poverty, Outline of Facilitators, Resource People and Sessions.
An Annotated Outline "Engendering Measures to Eradicate Poverty" submitted by Savitri Bisnath, August 25, 1995.
Bionote of Lourdes Bernería for UNDP.
Box 2 Folder 22
Harvard Conference on "Gender, Development and Macroeconomics," Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1996
1996
Correspondence related to Harvard Conference on "Gender, Development and Macroeconomics," Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1996, from The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the Harvard Institute for International Development.
Preliminary Agenda, Agenda, Dinner Seating Arrangement, Conference Announcement, DoubleTree Guest Suites-Conference Guest List, Participant List.
Box 2 Folder 23
MacArthur Grant Application - Sabbatical Year
1996-1997
Correspondence with, application to and project description of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation- Program on Peace and International Cooperation- Research and Writing Grants for Individuals.
Final Report to the Foundation on the results of the grant-funded work: list of publications and completed book "Gender, Development and Globalization: Economics as if People Mattered."
Foundation Pamphlet and Reporting Guidelines.
Box 2 Folder 24
1997 UNDP Human Development Report Advisory Panel
1997-1997
Correspondence related to the 1997 UNDP Poverty and Human Development Report and the Advisory Panel Meeting.
Annotated Outline of the 1997 UNDP Report. Revision notes on the Draft of the 1997 UNDP Report.
Box 2 Folder 25
Radcliffe Public Policy Institute Fellowship
1996-1998
Correspondence related to appointment as a Radcliffe College Public Policy Fellow (July 1, 1996-June 30, 1997).
Orientation Schedule for Fellows, Address List of Fellows and Visiting Professor, RPPI Staff Phone List.
"Brief Description of Research Plans for Fellowship Year."
"Project Description" (From the MacArthur Proposal).
Radcliffe Public Policy Institute Policy Seminar Series Pamphlet 1997-1998, and other publications from RPPI.
Meeting Notes.
Box 2 Folder 26
UN Workshop - World Survey on the Role of Women in Development, Geneva
1998
List of workshop participants and contact information.
Correspondence regarding reimbursement for travel expenses.
Working Draft "Chapter III. Major World Trends, Section D. Migration: aspects of labour mobility" prepared by the International Research and Training Insititute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW).
Box 2 Folder 27
University of Rochester Conference - Forum 98: Setting a Course for Women into the 21st Century, Seneca Falls, New York, 1998.
1998
Correspondence regarding participation in the conference "Forum 98: Setting a Course for Women into the 21st Century" organized by the University of Rochester and Hobart and William Smith Colleges with major funding from the Ford Foundation and others.
Conference Brochure and Program.
Handwritten notes for lecture given on July 15, 1998.
Xerox "Figure 4.2 - Most of women's work remains unpaid, unrecognized and undervalued. SNA and non-SNA work."
Xerox from UN Human Development Report 1995 "Table A2.3 - Women and Economic Opportunities." Copy of newspaper article from the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle "The Cradle Rocks: Birthplace of Women's Rights Prepares for big year."
Copies of the Declaration of Sentiments and Declaration of Sentiments reaffirmation statement.
Copy of Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Copy of "The Three State Strategy for ERA Ammendment - Summary"
Box 2 Folder 28
World Bank Workshop - "Gender and Development," Washington, D.C., April 2-3, 1998
1998
Correspondence related to participation in the World Bank Workshop "Gender and Development."
Workshop Agenda.
Summary of presentation given in the panel discussion with revision notes and final version.
Box 2 Folder 29
CUNY Conference - "Which Way for Women and Development? Debating Concepts, Strategies and Directions for the 21st Century," NYC, October 15-17, 1998
1998
Correspondence related to participation in the conference "Which Way for Women and Development? Debating Concepts, Strategies and Directions for the 21st Century."
Conference Program.
Documents: Conference Proposal and Proposed Panels.
Box 2 Folder 30
Book "Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches"
1998-2001
Correspondence with Edward Elgar Publishing relating to "Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches."
Proposed Chapters and Contributors.
Editor's Promotion Form.
Publishing Contracts.
Box 2 Folder 31
World Bank, ABCDE Conference, Paris, France, 1999
1999
Correspondence and documents related to participation in the "Annual Bank Conference on Development Economics (ABCDE)."
Registration form, draft conference program and draft agenda.
Box 2 Folder 32
PROMEC Conference "Capitalismo Hoy: Exploraciones Criticas en America Latina y el Mundo," Cochabamba, Bolivia, 1999
1999
Correspondence and documents related to participation in the PROMEC (Proyesto de Mejoramiento de Formacion en Economia) conference "Capitalismo Hoy: Exploraciones Criticas en America Latina y el Mundo" (in Spanish).
Conference Program and handwritten notes (in Spanish).
Box 2 Folder 33
University of Illinois - "WID Symposium 2000: Women, Gender, and Development - Risks and Rights in the 21st Century," Illinois, 2000
2000
Correspondence and documents related to participation in the University of Illinois Conference "WID Symposium 2000: Women, Gender, and Development - Risks and Rights in the 21st Century."
Conference program.
Lecture flyer for "Changing Employment Structures and Economic Insecurity."
Box 2 Folder 34
ILO Meeting of the International Advisory Board of the Socio-Economic Programme, Bellagio, Italy
1999-2000
Correspondence related to participation in International Labour Organisation's International Advisory Board of the Socio-Economic Programme.
Meeting agenda and outline of program.
Overhead projector slides "Unemployment Rate" and "Educational Opportunity" and "Income Before and After - Smith Corona Workers."
Handwritten lecture notes.
Preliminary draft copy of paper "Gender Dimensions of Socio-Economic In/Security," written for the meeting of the ILO's International Advisory Board of the Socio-Economic Programme.
Box 2 Folder 35
UN - Committee for Development Policy
2000-2002
Correspondence related to appointment to and member of the UN Economic and Social Council's Committee for Development Policy.
Meeting documents.
Biographical information on the nominees for appointment to the Committee for Development Policy.
Document "Issues Note - Round Table- New York- 14 February 2002- ECOSOC High-Level Segment 2002 - The Contribution of Human Resources Development: Including the areas of health and education, to the process of development."
Publications from the UN Economic and Social Council Commission on the Status of Women: Discrimination against women and girls in Afghanistan and Implications of the reforms of mechanisms in the human rights area for communications concerning the status of women.
Annotated Agenda and Programme of Work: Financing Global Social Development Symposium, New York, 7 February, 2002.
Box 2 Folder 36
ILO Meeting of the Infocus Programme on Socio-Economic Security - International Advisory Board, Bellagio, Italy, 2001.
2001
Correspondence and documents regarding participation in the ILO Meeting of the Infocus Programme on Socio-Economic Security - International Advisory Board, Bellagio, Italy, 2001.
Box 2 Folder 37
Cornell University Conference "Rethinking Labor Market Formalization," Ithaca, New York, October 2002
2002
Correspondence and documents related to organizing the Cornell University Conference "Rethinking Labor Market Formalization; Poverty, Precarious Jobs and Social Protection," Ithaca, New York, October 2002.
Conference Program.
Table of Contents and Contributors for Related Publication.
ILO Document "Decent Work and the Informal Economy" by Lin Lean Lim.
Paper "Rethinking Labour Market Informalization: Precarious Jobs, Poverty and Social Protection" by John Langmore.
One page document regarding the potential closure of the college and redistribution of the departments within Cornell University's College of Architecture, Art and Planning.
Box 2 Folder 38
Institut für Stadt- und Regionalforschung (ISR) Conference "Globalization and Urban Studies: How to study the metropolis in transition?" Vienna, Conference, October 2002
2002
Correspondence related to participation in the Institut für Stadt- und Regionalforschung (ISR) Conference "Globalization and Urban Studies: How to study the metropolis in transition?" Vienna, Conference, October 2002
Workshop Agenda.
Abstract "Labor Market Informalization and the Changing Landscapes of Cities" by Lourdes Benería and Susanna Schaller.
Conference document containing abstracts from all of the participants.
Box 2 Folder 39
DAW Working Group Session at "Day of Dialogue on Gender and Financing for Development", New York, February 25, 2002
2002
Correspondence and documents related to participation in the DAW Working Group Session at "Day of Dialogue on Gender and Financing for Development", New York, February 25, 2002
Publication of the UN Economic and Social Council "Thematic issues before the Commission on the Status of Women," 3 January 2002.
"Aide Memoire" for the Day of Dialogue.
Document "What kind of development should be financed?" by Cecilia Lopez Montaño, Alma Espino, and Rosalba Todaro, 2001. Excerpt: "This document was written as a reaction to the absence of gender perspective in the Financing for Development Conference debates and preparatory documents."
Box 2 Folder 40
UNIFEM Conference "Gender and Trade in the Context of Financing for Development," Monterrey, Mexico, 2002
2002
Correspondence related to participation in the UNIFEM-UNDP-UNCTAD Conference "Gender and Trade in the Context of Financing for Development," at the International Conference on Financing for Development, Monterrey, Mexico, 2002.
Excerpt from correspondence sent to Lourdes Benería related to the International Conference on Financing for Development:
"'...the UN will be eaten for breakfast by the Bretton Woods institutions... this is, in reality, the transnational corporate agenda in drag.'"
Handwritten notes.
Proposal for the UNIFEM-UNDP-UNCTAD Conference "Gender and Trade in the Context of Financing for Development" at the International Conference on Financing for Development.
Conference schedule (in Spanish and in English) for the International Conference on Financing for Development.
Document "Remarks by Hon. Trevor Manuel at the Conference."
Document "Linking Doha, Monterrey and Johannesburg: A global deal to eradicate poverty and inequality and promote sustainable development."
Document "Statement of Concern" - Issued by Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN), International Gender and Trade Network (IGTN), Cartagena Feminist Initiative, Red de Educacion Popular Entre Mujeres (REPEM), and endorsed by the Women's Caucus. The "Statement of Concern" documents the isolation and disregard for the perspective of civil society organizations during the International Conference on Financing for Development. Excerpt: "Time has almost run out for this conference to make a real differenc in realizing the MDGs [Millenium Develompent Goals] within a Human Rights Framework."
Box 2 Folder 41
Universal Forum of Cultures Conference "Vivir y Convivir: Forum Mundial de las Mujeres," Barcelona, Spain, July, 2004
2004
Correspondence (in Catalan and Spanish) related to participation in the Universal Forum of Cultures Conference "Vivir y Convivir: Forum Mundial de las Mujeres," Barcelona, Spain, July, 2004.
Conference Schedule.
Document "El Treball No Remunerat: Historia d'un Projecte de Contabilitzacio" (in Catalan) with handwritten edits (in Catalan).
Figures and Tables regarding the relationship between the formal and informal economy and women's work.
Box 2 Folder 42
Report for Institute de la Mujer (INAM): "Diagnostico de Genero de Honduras: Aspectos Economicos"
2005
Paper "Diagnostico de Genero de Honduras: Aspectos Economicos," (in Spanish) Institute de la Mujer, Honduras, July 2005.
Box 1 Video VHS Tape
WS360 "Street Stories: Bosnia"
VHS Video of a broadcast of the CBS News magazine "Street Stories" with Peter Van Sant. This episode is recorded in Bosnia. He interviews war victims and a war criminal.
"Used in a course."- written on an attached note.
Box 1, 2
1990 Elections Nicaragua
"Member of delegation (organized by Hemisphere Initiatives) to observe the 1990 Nicaraguan elections in which the Sandinistas lost." -A note from Lourdes Benería.
Box 1
"Food Systems Monograph: A Preliminary Analysis of the Nicaraguan Food System - A progress report of research being carried out under UNRISD's project 'Food Systems and Society,'"
1982
Book by Solon Barraclough.
Box 1
"Yo fui un Contra: Historia de un 'Paladín de la Libertad'"
1987
Book (in Spanish) by Elizabeth Reimann.
Box 1
"What Difference Could a Revolution Make?- Food and Farming in the New Nicaragua"
1982
Book by Joseph Collins.
Box 1
"Sobre La Insurreccion"
1981
Book (in Spanish) by Humberto Ortega Saavedra.
Box 1
"Mujer y Agroexportación en Nicaragua"
1987
Book (in Spanish) edited by Instituto Nicaraguense de la Mujer.
Box 1
"Carlos, El Amanecer ya no es una Tentacion"
1980
Book (in Spanish) by Tomás Borge, Serie Testimonio - Coleccion Nuestros Paises - Casa de las Americas.
Box 1
"Construccion de la Democracia en Nicaragua"
1989
Book (in Spanish) by the Escuela de Sociología Universidad Cenrtroamericana.
Box 1
"La Economia Mixta en Nicaragua: Proyecto o Realidad - Una Vision de Academicos y Politicos Nacionales"
1986
Book (in Spanish) by the Centro de Investigacion y Asesoria Socio-Economica y Fundacion Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
Box 1
"El FSLN y la Mujer en la Revolución Popular Sandinista"
1987
Publication (in Spanish) by Dirrección Nacional Frent Sandinista de Liberación Nacional and published by Editorial Vanguardia.
Box 1
"Revista Nicaraguense de Ciencias Sociales"
1987
Publication (in Spanish) de la Asociacion Nicaraguense de Clientificos Sociales, Ano 2 - No. 2.
Box 1
"Cuadernos de Investigacion 1"
1987
Publication (in Spanish) - Includes articles on "El concepto de productividad," "Crisis alimentaria y participacion popular," "Las vendedoras de los mercados."
Box 1
"Informes: 10 Anos de Investigaciones Sobre la Mujer en Nicaragua 1976-1986"
1986
Publication (in Spanish) by the Oficina de la Mujer, Ministerio de la Presidencia, 1986.
Box 1
"Informe: Inventario de Proyectos para la Mujer en Nicaragua"
1987
Publication (in Spanish) by the Oficina de la Mujer, Ministerio de la Presidencia, 1987.
Box 1
"Realidad y Perspectiva: Bibliografia nacional anotada sobre la Mujer en Nicaragua"
1987
Publication (in Spanish) by the Oficina de la Mujer, Ministerio de la Presidencia, 1987.
Box 2 Folder 43
Nicaragua: Newspaper Articles by and about Lourdes Benería
1990
Clippings and photocopies of newspaper articles about the Nicaraguan Elections by or about Lourdes Benería. In Spanish and in English.
Box 2 Folder 44
Nicaragua: Women
1988-1990
Journal, book and newspaper articles about Nicaraguan women.
"Women in Nicaragua" by Beth Stevens, 1988.
"La rebeldia de las mujeres nicaragüenses: semillero de una nueva democracia" (in Spanish) by Ana Criquillion, 1989.
"Mujer y Derechos Politicos" (in Spanish) by Milu Vargas Escobar, 1989.
"Mujer y Partidos Políticos" (in Spanish) by Patricia Vargas Fernandez, Milu Vargas Escobar, and Josefina Ramos Mendoza.
"The Situation of Women in Nicaragua" by Malena de Montis and Mercedes Olivera for El Centro De Investigacion y Accion Participative (CIAP), 1989.
Box 2 Folder 45
Nicaragua: UNO and FSLN Platforms
1989
Newsprint pamphlets. "Programa de Govierno de la Unión Nacional Opositora UNO" (Union Nacional Opositora) (in Spanish).
"Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional (FSLN) Plataforma Electoral (1990-1997) !Todo Sera Mejor!" (in Spanish).
Box 2 Folder 46
Nicaragua: Newspaper Clippings
1989-1990
Newspaper clippings (in Spanish and English) from NYTimes, la Semana Comica ("Semanario de Humor Marxismo Sexo y Violencia"), the Guardian ("Independant Radical Newsweekly").
Box 2 Folder 47
Nicaragua: Economia - Newspaper Clippings
1990
Newspaper clippings (in Spanish and English) NYTimes, La Cronica ("Por una socieddad mas justa, mas amplia, mas generosa"), La Prensa, and Barracida.
Box 2 Folder 48
Nicaragua: Travel Documents, Notes, Papers
1989-1990
Copy of paper "Nicaragua: Elecciones/90" (in Spanish) by Lourdes Benería (1990) and publication request letter (in Spanish) dated February 19, 1990 to Sr. Angel Harguindey, Seccion de Colaboraciones, El Pais, Madrid, Spain.
Handwritten notes for lecture given at the CUSLAR Sister City Event, 1st Unitarian Church, February 22, 1990.
Bright orange, wire-bound, college ruled notebook containing hand written notes, names and addresses (in Spanish).
Correspondence related to the Hemisphere Initiatives.
Travel agenda, plane tickets, financial documentation, map of Nicaragua, newspaper clippings (in Spanish). Document "Latin American Studies Association Delegation to Observe the February 25, 1990 Nicaraguan Election, Interim Report, December 4, 1989."
Box 2 Folder 49
Nicaragua: Economics - Papers and Publications
1989
Background Paper on Nicaraguan Economy and Politics from Hemisphere Initiatives.
Journal: "Análisis - Revista Económica de Nicaragua - Computación - ?Hacia Dónde va Nicaragua?" No. 4 Diciembre 1989, Managua, Nicaragua.
Journal: "Análisis - Revista Económica de Nicaragua - ?Inflación bajo control?" No. 1 Agosto 1989, Managua, Nicaragua.
Box 2 Folder 50
Nicaragua: Hemisphere Initiatives Documents
1989-1990
Document "Establishing the Ground Rules: A Report on the Nicaraguan Electoral Process: August, 1989" by Hemisphere Initiatives, Boston, Massachusetts.
Hemisphere Initiatives Pamphlets, Correspondence regarding participation in the monitoring process.
Article "The Nicaraguan Elections: Observations Based Upon the January HI Delegation" by David Samuel Krusé, 1990.
Article/Letter from Dennis Gilbert about his impressions, 1990.
Article "Why the Sandinistas are Winning the Election" by David Samuel Krusé.
Article "Panama Invasion Gives Sandinistas Decisive Lead in Elections" by Elizabeth Dore, 1990.
Box 2 Folder 51
Nicaragua: Election Publications and Rules
1989
Booklet "Electoral Law and Reforms" by the Supreme Electoral Council.
Electoral Supreme Council Bulletin Number 1 Managua, Nicaragua, July-August-1989.
Electoral Supreme Council Bulletin Number 2 Managua, Nicaragua, July-1989.
"Rules for processing foreign donations to political parties, alliances of parties or petitioning associations." (in Spanish and English) Consejo Supremo Electoral Boletín Informativo Managua, Nicaragua, Noviembre de 1989.
"Procedures for the filing of complaints or accusations:"(in Spanish and English) Consejo Supremo Electoral Boletín Informativo Managua, Nicaragua, Noviembre de 1989.
"Rules of Electoral Ethics" Supreme Electoral Council Bulletin Managua, Nicaragua, October 1989.
"Regulation on International Observation of the Electoral Process" Supreme Electoral Council Bulletin Managua, Nicaragua, October 1989.
Newsprint Booklet "Manual de Educación Cívica y Capacitación Electoral No. 2 Votacion y Escrutinio" (in Spanish) Consejo Supremo Electoral.
Pamphlet "Minstructivo Sobre las Funciones de los Fiscales" Consejo Supremo Electoral.
Newprint booklet "Plataforma Electoral del FSLN (1990-1997) !Todo Será Mejor! - el 25 en la 5" (in Spanish).
Box 2 Folder 52
Nicaragua: Newsletters, Papers, Reports, Articles
1979-1990
Article "The CIA's Blueprint for Nicaragua" by Philip Agee in CoverntAction, Number 6 (October 1979).
Newletter #12 from Mardy Townsend of "Clergy and Laity Concerned," Nicaragua, November 12, 1990.
News Release "Hotline - Witness for Peace," October 20, 1989.
News Release "Hotline - Witness for Peace," November 16, 1989.
News Release "Hotline - Witness for Peace," January 11, 1990.
Book Excerpt "Chapter 4: Nicaragua" from Confronting Revolution: Security Through Diplomacy in Central America.
Document of Alejandro Bendana, Secretary General Nicaragua Foreign Ministry, Talk before a meeting of Nicaragua solidarity activists, 25 March, 1990.
Article "Clase, Estado y Etnicidad en las Costa Atlantica de Nicaragua" by Carlos M. Vilas, 1989 for a Panel on Democacy and Popular Participation in Nicaragua.
Article "Plan Basico de Gobierno - Partido Social Cristiano Nicaraguense (PSC) - La Alternativa Cristiana" by Erick Ramirez Penavente, Managua, Nicaragua.
"Report of an Economic Mission to the Government of Nicaragua" (marked "Confidential - Not for quotation") by D. Kruse, 5 April, 1989.