Title: Tufts Collective for Men Against Violence Records
Dates: 1991 -- 2008
Creator: Tufts Collective for Men Against Violence
Call Number: UA218
Size: 0.7 Cubic Feet, 2 boxes
Permanent URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10427/003616
Digital Collections and Archives, Tufts University
This collection contains the records of Tufts Collective for Men Against Violence (formerly Tufts Men Against Violence) and includes correspondence, fliers, manuals, meeting agendas, and material related to their newsletter, The Window. The bulk of the material dates from 1998 to 2002.
This collection is organized into one series: Subject files.
Tufts Collective for Men Against Violence (TCMAV) was a student-run organization operating from spring 1997 through spring 2002. Up until spring 2001, the organization was called Tufts Men Against Violence. The Mission Statement from TCMAV's Constitution states, "As students concerned with issues surrounding violence, we dedicate ourselves to exploring ourselves and our society, to educating ourselves and others, and to effecting change in the community." Group membership was not limited to men; women were also encouraged to participate. The group published six newsletters, held regular meetings, and participated in several events on campus, including the White Ribbon Campaign, an effort aimed at educating men and boys to end violence against women.
This collection contains some restricted material. Restrictions related to specific material are listed in the detailed contents list. This collection may require review before it is available for use. Please contact DCA for further details.
Some material in this collection may be protected by copyright and other rights. Please see "Reproductions and Use" on the Digital Collections and Archives website for more information about reproductions and permission to publish. No documentation is available regarding the intellectual property rights in this collection.
The Tufts Collective for Men Against Violence records were processed in spring 2011 by Molly Bruce, a graduate assistant, supervised by Susanne Belovari, Archivist for Reference and Collections.
Overall the collection is in good physical condition. When the collection first came to DCA, it was part of an accession of records from the Women's Center. Given its provenance, it has been cataloged as its own collection. Three issues of their newsletter, "The Window," were cataloged in UP215 Short-run student publications, and duplicates of newsletter issues were weeded.
This collection is processed.
This series contains subject files documenting meetings and the newsletter, "The Window." These files date from 1991 through 2002.