Aller au contenu

Archive of Waldo Heilbron and Diana Fräser

    This collection contains materials relating to Diana Fransica Fräser (1952-2000), who was born in Paramaribo. Fräser obtained several degrees in mathematics and pedagogy from the University of Amsterdam. She then started working as a mathematics teacher at the Reigersbos School Community in Amsterdam. During this period she also worked as a writer for the Surinamese women’s magazine Ashanti and was editor-in-chief for the periodical Sachai-Tru. She was also involved in various left-wing Surinamese movements and women’s organizations. In 1993 she obtained a PhD in economics with her doctoral thesis Small-scale fishing in Curaçao. After the establishment of Museum Suriname in 1995, she provided educational programs there. She was also an active supporter of a greater role for the history of Dutch slavery in school education.

    Original source name : Archief Waldo Heilbron en Diana Fräser
    English translation : Archive of Waldo Heilbron and Diana Fräser
    Creator : Family
    Document- type 2 : personal
    Reference number : ARCH04478
    Language(s) : Dutch, English, Spanish
    Geographical coverage : Netherlands
    Time range : 20th-21stc.
    Year(s) : 1970-2007
    Theme 1 : education
    Theme 2 : family
    Link to the item in the catalogue :
    Archive name : International Instituut voor sociale geschiedenis
    Archive name (English) : International Institute of Social History
    Archive address : Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Country : Netherlands
    Official website and institutional resources :
    Finding aid(s) :
    Back to the list