The Center for the History of Medicine launched the Archives for Diversity and Inclusion, an expansion of the Archives for Women in Medicine, in October 2018. The program's goal is to ensure the Center's collections reflect the diversity of the Harvard Medical School community by acquiring the research, teaching, and professional records of underrepresented faculty, including women.
The Archives for Women in Medicine, 2005 to 2018, focused on collecting, sharing, and celebrating the achievements of women in medicine. To learn more about the history of the program, see the 10th Anniversary of the Archives for Women in Medicine.
A guide to Archives for Women in Medicine collections is available.
Beyond collecting activities, the Archives for Diversity and Inclusion also offers tours, lectures, and events, and partners with the Women in Medicine Legacy Foundation to award an annual research fellowship.
Tayyaba Hasan, Ph.D., Professor of Dermatology, Wellman Center for Photomedicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, chairs the Archives for Diversity and Inclusion Committee. The Committee will convene during the 2019-2020 academic year.
Support Our Activities
The generous support of our donors supporting processing Archives for Diversity and Inclusion collections. On average, a $1000 donation supports making one box of unique 20th century paper records with no order available to researchers. Any donation supports our mission to preserve, share, and celebrate the history of diversity at Harvard Medical School.
To donate, visit Support Our Activities