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Women and the Great War

by Samira Bozorgivia Hoover Digest
Monday, April 20, 2015

During World War I, women stepped forward to volunteer, protest, make weapons—even fight.

What Rhymes with Hungry?

by Samira Bozorgivia Behind the Scenes
Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Too often, the experiences and accomplishments of women in wartime remain hidden between the lines of diaries and letters or behind the shining medals of decorated generals. I was fortunate to learn the story of one such amazing woman when I processed the Marie Adams papers.

“Nameh Parsi”

Fiftieth Anniversary of the Confederation of Iranian Students

by Samira Bozorgivia Behind the Scenes
Sunday, April 4, 2010

As long as archivists keep processing new collections, the tale of a single historical event or personage is never quite put to rest, which was certainly my experience when processing the Hamid Shawkat collection.