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    Group interview with Japanese students at Bryn Mawr College conducted in April and May 1985

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    Title

    Group interview with Japanese students at Bryn Mawr College conducted in April and May 1985

    Subject

    Personal accounts

    Description

    Interviewees: Elizabeth Gray Vining, Kazuko Higuichi Iki, Asaka Tanaka, Meribah Delaplaine, Elizabeth Dabney Baker.

    Interviewers: Janet Miller and Lucy Fisher West
    Location: Bryn Mawr, PA
    Spring 1985

    Date

    1980s

    Date Available

    20th century

    Format

    ephemera

    Spatial Coverage

    United States

    Oral History Item Type Metadata

    Interviewer

    Janet Miller and Lucy Fisher West

    Duration

    15 minutes

    Original Format

    Cassette tape

    Transcription

    The interview begins with a discussion of the history of Bryn Mawr College’s connection with Japanese scholars, most notably Ume Tsuda who was a student at Bryn Mawr and went on to found her own women’s college in Japan. The founding of Keisen College by Michi Kawai ’04 is discussed as well as Kawai’s involvement with the YWCA and the Japan International Christian University.

    Location

    Bryn Mawr College

    Interviewee

    Elizabeth Gray Vining, Kazuko Higuichi Iki, Asaka Tanaka, Meribah Delaplaine, Elizabeth Dabney Baker.

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    Citation

    “Group interview with Japanese students at Bryn Mawr College conducted in April and May 1985,” The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women's Education, accessed November 23, 2017, http://greenfield.brynmawr.edu/items/show/1453.