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WSLA participants using resources of the AWF Archive

The Archive comprises papers accumulated by leaders in the Women and Sport movement. The Archive is intended to be a permanent secure ‘home’ for the resources, which are publicly accessible for future researchers and others interested in this work. The Archive is housed within the Special Collections Room at the Bishop Otter Campus of the University of Chichester.

The Archive has been utilised by a number of scholars. For example, Dr Jordan Matthews utilised the majority of the contents of the Archive to inform his documentation of the origins, developments and outcomes of a social movement for women and sport.

The Anita White Foundation (AWF) wishes to continually develop the Archive and make it more accessible for scholars globally who wish to study women and sport. To achieve this, finance is needed for staffing to catalogue ongoing donations. A future priority is the digitisation of documents to enhance the accessibility of the Archive.

Every penny you contribute, plus an additional 25% of the value of your gift if you are a UK tax payer, will be put to good and practical use.

For further information concerning the work of the AWF, please contact Dr Jordan Matthews (executive officer of the AWF; Senior Lecturer at the University of Chichester) on 01243 793506 or email  jordan.matthews@chi.ac.uk

 
 
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