History & Activism

The Southeastern Women’s Studies Association (SEWSA) is a feminist organization that actively supports and promotes all aspects of women’s studies at every level of involvement. The organization is committed to scholarship on and activism eliminating oppression and discrimination on the basis of sex, gender identity and expression, race, age, religion, sexual orientation, ethnic background, physical ability, and class.

SEWSA is a regional organization under the National Women’s Studies Association serving Alabama, FloridaGeorgiaKentucky,MississippiNorth CarolinaSouth CarolinaTennessee, and Virginia.


Do you have SEWSA documentation, photos, brochures, programs, or other memorabilia? If so and you would be willing to part with it, we would love to add it to the SEWSA archive at Duke University. Please send any items to Kelly Wooten at the below address and thank you!

Duke University
Rubenstein Library, 080E
Attn: Kelly Wooten
Box 90185
Durham, NC  27708-0185