This collection consists of two boxes of material created and collected by Judith Ewell, a professor of History at the College of William and Mary between 1971 and 2004. It includes papers Ewell wrote in college and graduate school; conference papers and programs; teaching materials from her year as a Fulbright Lecturer in Venezuela; correspondence about her publications; and contracts and other administrative material regarding her appointments at William and Mary.
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Judith Ewell was a professor in the Department of History at the College of William and Mary. Her appointments: Assistant Professor of History, 1971-1977; Associate Professor of History, 1977-1984; Professor of History, 1984-1988; Newton Family Professor of History, 1988-2004; Newton Professor of History Emeritus, 2004. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .
1.17 Linear Feet
Organized into three series: Series 1: Education, Series 2: Professional Activities, Series 3: William and Mary Career
Acc. 2008.159 was received prior to 2007.
Acc. 2008.159 was accessioned from the backlog and minimally processed by Amy C. Schindler on 12/12/2008. Arrangement and finding aid completed by Wendy Korwin in July 2011.