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OUSD Teaching American History Grant II
Oct. 26, 2004 & Oct. 28, 2004

  " Why Study and Teach Biography in American History "  
Candace S. Falk, Project Director
Emma Goldman Papers, UC Berkeley

Web Links
* Links active as of October 2004

  • Emma Goldman Papers: Since 1980, the Emma Goldman Papers Project, at the University of California, Berkeley has collected, organized, and edited tens of thousands of documents by and about Goldman from around the world. Includes Goldman's speeches e.g. Address to the Jury
    delivered during her anti-conscription trial (July 9, 1917) essays and more.

  • A Curriculum for Middle and High School Students ; online materials published by the Emma Goldman Papers Project to help students explore the social and political context of Emma Goldman’s work such as Goldman's Account of Her Arrival In and Departure From the United States.

  • Sunsite Online exhibition: An online exhibition by the Emma Goldman Papers Project which highlight Goldman’s life and work.

  • Women of Valor: Emma Goldman Online: The Jewish Women’s Archive has produced an online exhibit documenting Goldman’s life and work, with many images from the Emma Goldman Papers

  • Emma Goldman: An Exceedingly Dangerous Woman

  • Living My Life by by Emma Goldman: full text of Goldman's 1931 autobiography

  • Q&A: A conversation with Candace Falk: The April 2003 issue of the UC Berkeley alumni magazine, The California Monthly, includes an interview,

  • Documenting the Life and Times of "A Forward Thinker"