Conway, Jill Ker
CONWAY, Jill Ker
CONWAY, Jill Ker. American (born Australia), b. 1934. Genres: Women's studies and issues, Administration/Management, Humanities. Career: University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, lecturer in history, 1958-60; Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., teaching fellow, 1961-63; University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, lecturer, 1964-68, assistant professor, 1968-70, associate professor of history, 1970-75, vice-president of internal affairs, 1973-75; Smith College, Northampton, Mass., president and Sophia Smith Professor of History, 1975-85; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, visiting scholar in Program in Science, Technology, and Society, 1985-. Publications: The Female Experience in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century America: A Guide to the History of American Women, 1982; The First Generation of American Women Graduates, 1987; (ed. with S. Bourque and J. Scott) Learning about Women, 1989; The Road from Coorain: An Autobiography, 1989; (ed.) Written By Herself, 1992, vol. II, 1996; (ed. with S.C. Bourque) The Politics of Women's Education, 1993; True North, 1994; A Woman's Education, 2001. Address: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Building E-51, Room 209, Cambridge, MA 02139, U.S.A.