HWR Announcements & Publications
The Gannon Center for Women and Leadership at Loyola University Chicago is producing a series of booklets about Chicago Catholic women. Ann Ida Gannon, BVM by Robert Aguirre and Carol Frances Jegen, BVM by Prudence Moylan are now available. Gannon recently celebrated her 100th birthday. The booklet about Jegen details her contributions to adult education, ecumenism, Hispanic ministry, and more. It also tells of her role in founding the National Center for the Laity, including her willingness to house NCL at Mundelein College during NCL’s first years. In the Gannon Center’s hopper is a booklet about Peggy Roach (1927–2006) by Nicholas Patricca and in consideration one about Patty Crowley (1913–2005). Visit luc.edu/gannon for more information.
Nadine Foley, O.P., and Arlene Bachanov have published To Fields Near and Far: Adrian Dominican Sisters History 1933-1961, which is the third volume of this congregational history. To order the book email email@example.com or call 517-266-4035.
The personal papers of several well-known American sister-theologians active in the last few decades are beginning to make their way to university archives. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additions for this list.
Joan Chittister Papers, 1971–2015
Penn State University libraries.psu.edu/findingaids/9468.htm
Elizabeth A. Johnson Papers, 1941–2013
University of Notre Dame archives.nd.edu/findaids/ead/xml/eaj.xml
Sandra Schneiders Papers
Santa Clara University Archives & Special Collections [will open June 2016]
These announcements appeared in the History of Women Religious section of the Spring 2016 American Catholic Studies Newsletter.