Mary Jo Deegan collection
MSDeeg79

 An inventory of the collection at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Summary Information

Repository
Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives
Creator
Deegan, Mary Jo, 1946-
Title
Mary Jo Deegan collection
ID
MSDeeg79
Date [inclusive]
1979-1994
Extent
0.5 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract:
Part of the Jane Addams Memorial Collection. Part of the Midwest Women's Historical Collection. Dr. Mary Jo Deegan is a Professor in the Sociology Department of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She is the author of the monograph "Jane Addams and the Men of the Chicago School." This collection contains unpublished papers and published articles by Mary Jo Deegan. Subjects of the papers and articles include Hull-House residents, sociology, Jane Addams, Edith and Grace Abbot, W.E.B. DuBois, Jessie Taft and George Mead.

Preferred Citation

Mary Jo Deegan collection, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Illinois at Chicago

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Biography of Mary Jo Deegan

Mary Jo Deegan was born on November 27, 1946 to William James and Ida May (Scott) Deegan in Chicago, Illinois. She holds an A.S. degree from Lake Michigan College, 1966, a B.S., Western Michigan University, 1969, and earned an M.A., 1973, and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, 1975. Mary Jo Deegan is a noted feminist scholar and sociology educator who has produced several works including Jane Addams and Men of the Chicago School, 1892-1918 (1988) for which she received the Choice Award, 1989-90. Some other major works include Women and Disability (1985), Feminist Ethics in Social Research (1989), and Women in Sociology (editor, 1991). She is a member of the American Sociological Association and the International Sociological Association. She became an assistant professor at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, in 1975 and has held the rank of full professor since 1989.

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Scope and Contents

The Mary Jo Deegan Collection includes scholarly articles and other writings by Mary Jo Deegan. Some published reviews of her work are also included.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives 2003-11-21

801 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, Illinois, 60607
312.996.2742

Restrictions on Access

None

Restrictions on Use

None

Acquisition Information

Mary Jo Deegan donated most of these materials to the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1979 and 1993 - 1994.

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Controlled Access Headings

Personal Name(s)

  • Deegan, Mary Jo, 1946- -- Archives

Subject(s)

  • Chicago school of sociology.
  • Hull-House and Settlement House History.
  • Midwest Women's History.

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Bibliography

Who's Who in America. 55th ed. Volume 1, A - K. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who, 2001.

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Collection Inventory

Series I: Mary Jo Deegan Collection 

Box Folder

Deegan, Mary Jo and John S. Burger. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 14 (October 1978): 362 -372. Folder also holds typed manuscript copy of the same article, 1975 

1 1

Deegan, Mary Jo. "Women and Sociology: 1890-1930." Manuscript copy of 29 pages, 1978 

1 2

Deegan, Mary Jo. "Women and Sociology: 1890-1930." Journal of the History of Sociology 1 (Fall 1978): 11-32. 2 copies 1979-1994 

1 3

Deegan, Mary Jo. "The Taft-Dummer Correspondence: A Significant Resource in the Biography of Jessie Taft." Journal of the Otto Rank Association 13 (Winter 1978-1979): 55-60. 1979-1994 

1 4

Articles about W.I. Thomas, 1979-1981 

1 5

Entries about "Edith Abbot" and "Emily Green Balch" written by Mary Jo Deegan published in Mainiero, Lina, ed. American Women Writers. Vol. 1. New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co. 1979 

1 6

Deegan, Mary Jo. "Early Women Sociologists and the American Sociological Society: The Patterns of Exclusion and Participation." The American Sociologist 16 (February 1981): 14-24. 1979-1994 

1 7

Burger, John S. and Mary Jo Deegan. "George Herbert Mead on Internationalism, Democracy, and War." The Wisconsin Sociologist 18 (Spring - Summer 1981): 72-83. 1979-1994 

1 8

Deegan, Mary Jo. "Marion Talbot." Mainiero, Lina, ed. American Women Writers. Vol. 4. New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., 1982 

1 9

Deegan, Mary Jo. "Sociology at Wellesley College: 1900 - 1919." Journal of the History of Sociology. 5, no. 1 (Spring 1983): 91-115. 1979-1994 

1 10

Deegan, Mary Jo. "The Clinical Sociology of Jessie Taft." Clinical Sociology Review. 4 (1986): 30-44. 1979-1994 

1 11

Deegan, Mary Jo. "An American Dream: The Historical Connections between Women, Humanism, and Sociology, 1890 - 1920." Humanity and Society. 11 (August): 353-365. 1979-1994 

1 12

Excerpts from Deegan, Mary Jo and Michael R. Hill, eds. Women and Symbolic Interaction. Boston: Allen & Unwin, Inc., 1987 

1 13

Deegan, Mary Jo. "Transcending a Patriarchal Past: Teaching the History of Women in Sociology." Teaching Sociology. 16, no. 2 (April 1988): 141-150. 1979-1994 

1 14

Heise, Kenan. "Jane Addams, a Stifled Star." Chicago Tribune. Section 5, Colum 3. May 31, 1988. Review of Jane Addams and the Men of the Chicago School, 1892 - 1918 by Mary Jo Deegan. (2 clippings) 1979-1994 

1 15

Deegan, Mary Jo. "W.E.B. Du Bois and the Women of Hull-House, 1895 - 1899." The American Sociologist. (Winter 1988): 301-311. 1979-1994 

1 16

Deegan, Mary Jo. "Sociology and Conviviality: A Conversation with Ellenhorn on Convivial Sociology." Humanity & Society. 13, no. 1 (1989): 85-88. 1979-1994 

1 17

3 reviews of Jane Addams and the Men of the Chicago School, 1892 - 1918 by Mary Jo Deegan, 1979-1994 

1 18

Deegan, Mary Jo. Review of The Chicago School: A Liberal Critique of Capitalism by Dennis Smith and Myths of the Chicago School of Sociology by Lee Harvey. The British Journal of Sociology 41, no. 4 (December 1990): 588-590. 1979-1994 

1 19

Deegan, Mary Jo and Michael R. Hill. "Doctoral Dissertations as Liminal Journeys of the Self: Betwixt and Between in Graduate Sociology Programs." Teaching Sociology 19, no. 3 (July 1991): 322-332. 1979-1994 

1 20

Excerpts from Deegan, Mary Jo. Women in Sociology: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook. New York: Greenwood Press, 1991 

1 21

Deegan, Mary Jo. "The Genesis of the International Self: Working Hypotheses Emerging from the Chicago Experience (1892-1918)." Non-European Youth and the Process of Integration for a Tolerant Society. Luigi Tomasi, ed. Trento, Italy: Reverditio edizioni, 1992 

1 22

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