Letter from Catharine Stimpson to Vera Kistiakowsky, June 7, 1971

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Juno 7, 1971

Ha. Vora liatiakowuky

fiaaoaohuaetts Institute of ‘fnojmology laboratory for mcloar Science Cambridge, ltaseaohusottoo 02139

Bear 30. Kiutiakowslqz

Iour latter of Kay 20 to Barnard Gallop has been 1-eforrod to no, aincolwaaohnirmnazzotthofiarnardruklorcoonnarnardmdtho Educated Hanan. The main focus or our wort no the rolntionship batman the collage and the odutntod wmon no longer a part. of the collage, which I hope will be of interest to you.

You may also have bun thinldng or the Barnard-Ooltmbia Rename Liberation roport, mad: in 1969, on the status or wall! mach; tho various Einiversitiou divisions. ‘lhat report», along with 9. great deal of other invnlnablo information. is px-intod in the two-vvolmu transcript. of the hearings or Edith Green’: nub-ccnnittoo of the House Ocnmittoo on Education and Iabor into discrimination against women in tho academic world.

In any event, I hqu onclonodfiwo copies of my Task Force report. We are moving ahead rapidly on some or its rocommndations, and I would very much appreciate knowing what tho American Physical Buddy committee on women in Physics might. be thinking or doing.

sincerely,

Catharine R. Stimpaon Agsiatant Professor of Englioh