Oral History Interview with Joan Bartl

072919_Joan Bartl_Clipping, Sunday Times Advertiser.pdf

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Title

Oral History Interview with Joan Bartl

Description

When Joan Bartl moved to Princeton in 1969, she was denied service at the Yankee Doodle Tap Room because she was a woman. Shortly after, she joined the central New Jersey Chapter of NOW (National Organization for Women). The group’s first action was to stage a successful sit-in at the Tap Room. Alongside fellow NOW colleagues, Joan went on to analyze sex stereotyping in early childhood readers. In this interview she speaks about the heady work of the Women on Words and Images, an offshoot of the central New Jersey NOW. This team of women, which worked alongside the activists setting up the University NOW Day Nursery, went on to influence publishers as well as public opinion, and to inspire Joan throughout her career.

Creator

UNOW & Then, a Voices of Princeton partner project

Date

2019 July 29

Rights

This interview is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 Unported License. The interviewee retains copyright.

Language

English

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Carolyn Jones

Interviewee

Joan Bartl

Location

Princeton, NJ

Original Format

1 WAV audio file

Duration

00:55:27

Files

072919_Joan Bartl_Clipping, Sunday Times Advertiser.pdf
072919_BartlJoan_audio file for website.mp3

Citation

UNOW & Then, a Voices of Princeton partner project, “Oral History Interview with Joan Bartl,” Voices of Princeton, accessed May 27, 2020, https://www.voicesofprinceton.org/items/show/21.

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