Sonya Salamon Papers, 1971-2007 | University of Illinois Archives
|Room 146 Main Library, Prior Request Preferred||2 Boxes on the table|
Papers of Sonya Salamon (1971-2017), Professor of Community Studies in the Department of Human and Community Development, include survey codes, survey data, plat maps, slides, photographs, research notes, lists of publications and theses, and publications, concerning ethnographic studies of gender and family life in Tokyo, Japan (1971-1975), and of rural and suburban communities in central Illinois (1976-1999), especially examining issues such as suburbanization, social status and ethnicity, and agribusiness.
The second accession (Summer 2021) to the Papers of Sonya Salamon includedeed of gift and Professor Salamons CV, Professor Salamons graduate papers; information regarding the plagiarism of Professor Salamons work; research regarding rural communities and families (Newcomers book) as well as rural trailer parks and families (Singlewide book). As well as publications from the 1970s - 2000s. The publications examine topics such as gender studies of Japan, farms and families of rural America, rural American culture and ethnicity, book reviews, and Professor Salamon's book "Singlewide" (2017).
Series 1: Prairie Patrimony: Seven Communities Data, Plat Maps/Survey Samples, 1976-1987, 1999
Series 2: Newcomers to Old Towns: Six Communities, 1975-1988, ca. 2007
Series 3: Miscellaneous Farming Communities: Penfield Irish, Paxton/Swedish, Otter Lake Watershed, ca. 2012
Series 4: Japanese Women - Tokyo; West German Women - Munich/Tuebingen, 1971, 1975
Series 5: Flatville 25 Years Later, ca. 1990s
Series 6: Publications, 1974-2007
Series 7: 3.5-inch floppy disks and CDs, 1970s-1990s
Series 8: Electronic Records, 1978-1998