W17-1745. Novick, Pamela Lee. Papers, 1995-1997. 0.25 linear ft.
Pamela Lee Novick received her bachelor’s degree from Harvard University and did her graduate studies at Brown University. She taught at the University of Maryland University College in Korea and Japan, at Yonsei University in Korea, and for over twenty years at Keisen University, in Tama, Japan. Upon retirement in March 2017 from Keisen, she continues to teach modern Japanese history in on-line courses for the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Her research interests are in the fields of international education and women’s history, particularly focused on the educational work of women missionaries. The collection includes three published articles by Pamela Lee Novick: “Good Wives and Wise Mothers: Some Missionary Wives in 19th Century Japan” Akita Minori Sensei Kinen Ronshu, (Studies in Honour of Professor Akita Minori) pp. 189-201, November, 1995, published by Keisen Jogakuen University; “’So Long Dependent Upon Myself’”: Mary E. Kidder and the Beginnings of Unmarried Women’s Missionary Work in Japan,” Kiyo, (Research Report of the English Department, Keisen Junior College) vol. 30, pp. 77-100, March, 1997, published by Keisen Jogakuen Junior College; and “Leila Winn, Mary Brokaw, and Mary Deyo: Missionaries to Japan and Women Teachers at Ferris Jogakuen in the 1880’s, Keisen Jogakuen 50th Anniversary Report, pp. 255-281, November 1997, published by Keisen Jogakuen.
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