Between 2011 and 2013, the Coalition began building an archive of key administrative documents for its officers and members. In 2013, the archive project expanded in scope, with the goal of capturing and organizing its past and present histories in a way that made sense for an organization conducting most of its business through e-mail or electronic exchange, while also making visible information that would most interest feminist researchers. Constructing it in this way has helped spawn some creative historical projects, including a series of videos and films, and an overview of the Coalition's rhetorical activism within its own conference spaces.
While some administrative information is only accessible to the Executive Board each term, most of the archive is publicly accessible by Coalition members and other researchers on request. (E-mail our current archivist, Alexis Ramsey-Tobienne.) Materials are available in the following categories:

Annual Meetings and Board Meeting Documents
Coalition at Conferences [new category]
Constitution and Bylaws
Feminisms and Rhetorics Planning
Logos and Artwork
Subcommittee and Task Force Work
Treasurer Reports
Videos and Video Projects

A comprehensive finding aid is now available, and will be updated periodically.
If you have artifacts to share, questions about what to contribute, or queries about documents you would like to browse or search within the organization's administrative archive, please contact Cristina Ramirez, current Secretary or Alexis Ramsey-Tobienne, current Historian/Archivist.