Licensing

The following list contains the copyright and licensing information for the photographs used in the banner collage. Please let us know if there are any errors of attribution or copyrighting and we are more than happy to make corrections and/or remove the photograph from the site.

 

Susan Sontag. Photograph by Lynn Gilbert (deceased), 1979. ©Lynn Gilbert. Bernard Schweizer (Department of English, Long Island University) paid the estate executor (Lawrence Hole) for a GFDL license. By Katchuri [CC BY-SA 4.0  (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], from Wikimedia Commons

 

Pauli Murray. Carolina Digital Library and Archives. 5 July 2007. Online image. UNC University Library. Accessed 8 April 2011. http://dc.lib.unc.edu/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/vir_museum&CISOPTR=431.

 

Florence Melian Stawell. Public Domain via
http://www.trinity.unimelb.edu.au/about/history/women/profiles/stawell

 

Margaret Spout. Photograph by E.J. Greenblatt, via http://www.towntopics.com/nov2603/story4.html

 

Lucy Philip Mair. Photograph by Lotte Meitner-Graf. Low-resolution use of photograph to illustrate the project. As the subject is deceased, no free equivalent could reasonably be obtained or created to replace this image. Its appearance here is contended to be a fair use, since it is used solely for educational purposes in a not-for-profit research project  and is necessary for cultural and historical purposes. It is believed that the material value of the possible copyright is not lessened by its use here and that the use of this image to illustrate the purpose of the research programme falls under the “Non-profit educational” clause of the Fair Use doctrine currently upheld by United States law (17 U.S.C. § 107). For the same reasons, the portion of the copyrighted work used is of inherently lower quality than the original, reducing the risk of competitiveness and therefore the effects of this copy on the market for or value of versions held by the owner of the copyright.

 

Eileen Power. Unknown photographer, 1930s. From LSE library, no restrictions, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Jane Addams. Photographed 2 March 1926 (or 2 March 1924). Restoration by Adam Cuerden. By Bain News Service, Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Hannah Arendt. Photographed in 1975. This image is believed to be in the Public Domain for the following reasons. It is an unpublished archival historic photograph, of unknown authorship and created more than 25 years ago, without copyright information. It is provided by American Memory which attempts to provide copyright information where available, although it does not guarantee its accuracy “despite extensive research”, and states that unpublished work “has been dedicated to the public”.

 

Ruth Benedict. Photograph by World Telegram staff photographer. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Simone de Beauvoir. Photograph by 刘东鳌(Liu Dong’ao). Xinhua News Agency, Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Pearl Buck. Photographer unknown, 1 December 1938. See print without name. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Anna Julia Cooper. The original uploader was Pinko1977 at English Wikipedia. Later version(s) were uploaded by Miranda at en.wikipedia and scanned by Robin Roenker. Copyright holder Anna J. Cooper (1858–1964). Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Thyra J. Edwards. Public Domain via http://www.blackpast.org/aah/edwards-thyra-j-1887-1953

 

Shirley Graham (1896-1977), later Shirley Graham Du Bois. Portrait by Carl Van Vechten,  18 July 1946. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Raya Dunayevskaya. This file is in the creative commons. Attributed to Welid97 [CC BY-SA 4.0  (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], from Wikimedia Commons.

 

Emma Goldman. Photograph by T. Kajiwara (1876–1960) (Library of Congress[1]). Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Claudia Jones. Public Domain, via http://www.blackpast.org/aah/jones-claudia-1915-1964

 

Clare Booth Luce. Photograph attributed to Carl Van Vechten. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Rosa Luxembourg. Unknown photographer. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Margaret Mead. Library of Congress. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Paulette Nardal. Unknown photographer. (Nombreux sites Internet et ouvrages divers) Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Sylvia Pankhurst. Unknown photographer. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Eleanor Roosevelt. Image by US Government. Speaking at the United Nations, 1947. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Edith Sampson. Photograph by Carl Van Vechten, 6 April 1949. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Rosika Schwimmer. Photograph by George Grantham. Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Ellen Churchill Semple. Unknown photographer, 1914.  http://kdl.kyvl.org/catalog/xt74j09w2533_2_1) Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Susan Strange. Unknown photographer, uploaded by Fae, ca 1980. From Library of the London School of Economics and Political Science. No restrictions, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Helena Swanwick. By Katchuri [CC BY-SA 4.0  (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Merze Tate. Merze Tate Collection-WMU Archives & Regional History Collections, Fair Use.

 

Bertha Von Suttner. Unknown photographer, published 1907 in Les Prix Nobel. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

 

Barbara Wooton. Unknown photographer, summer 1958. Mary Evans Picture Library via https://www.parliament.uk/about/living-heritage/evolutionofparliament/houseoflords/house-of-lords-reform/overview/first-life-peers/barbara-frances-wootton/  Low resolution use of photograph to illustrate the project. As the subject is deceased, no free equivalent could reasonably be obtained or created to replace this image. Its appearance here is contended to be a fair use, since it is used solely for educational purposes in a not-for-profit research project and is necessary for cultural and historical purposes. It is believed that the material value of the possible copyright is not lessened by its use here and that the use of this image to illustrate the purpose of the research programme falls under the “Non-profit educational” clause of the Fair Use doctrine currently upheld by United States law (17 U.S.C. § 107).For the same reasons, the portion of the copyrighted work used is of inherently lower quality than the original, reducing the risk of competitiveness and therefore the effects of this copy on the market for or value of versions held by the owner of the copyright.

Simone Weil. Unknown photographer, 1921 (see Simone Weil, Œuvres, Gallimard, 1999, ISBN 9782070754342: uncopyrighted cover image). Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

Virginia Woolf. Photograph by George Charles Beresford, 1902. Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons.