Bayberry Hill Press was a small publishing company in
Connecticut that produced a series of hand-crafted books between 1958 and 1979. This
collection is made up of general material about the press and material about
specific books, including correspondence, manuscripts, galley proofs, paste-ups, and
Beckwith papers (1946-2011) is a significant collection of organizational records,
correspondence, publications, training and funding materials relating to community
development and organizing on both the local and national levels. Most of the
material dates from 1980 to 1999 and represents the work of a wide range of
community organizations, advocacy-based coalitions, governmental agencies and
private organizations devoted to fulfilling social needs such as housing,
transportation and education. The Papers also include a small but noteworthy
collection of counter-culture newspapers from the mid-1960s and early
The George W. Benedict papers document Professor Benedict's academic career including his teaching at Brown University. Materials include writings, lecture notes, essays, examinations, and research notes, as well as a series of letters of recommendation written in support of Benedict.
The Seyla Benhabib
papers are primarily comprised of correspondence, administrative records, course materials,
and writings. Much of the material relates to committees at Harvard University concerned
with the status of women faculty.
Jessica Benjamin is a
psychoanalyst, author, and professor of psychoanalysis and
psychotherapy at New York University. Her collection contains
drafts, notes, and research from her books and articles about
gender, feminism, and intersubjectivity.
This collection contains personal and professional papers of Lauren Berlant, the George M. Pullman Distinguished Service Professor at the University of Chicago. Berlant's scholarship focuses on queer theory, power, and boundary drawing between public and private spheres. Materials in this collection include correspondence, conference files, lecture and poetry drafts, handwritten research notes, and print materials, dating from 1922 – 2019 (bulk 1970 – 2019).
Kenneth Berube (Class of 1966) oral history and papers relating to the Vietnam War
0.5 Linear feet
Kenneth Allen Berube (1943-1967), Class of 1966, is honored on Panel 24E, Row 99 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, in Washington, D.C. and on Brown University’s War Memorial, installed on the Ruth J. Simmons Quadrangle, near Soldier's Arch. This collection contains photocopies of official papers and low-quality images documenting Berube’s military career, and personal recollections of two Marines who served with him in Vietnam.
The Jacqueline Bhabha papers consist of writings by Bhabha and others, along with legal briefs, case decisions, and government policies on matters relating to child trafficking, refugees, and migrants.
10.5 linear feet (10 records center boxes and 1 oversize box)
1998-2008 (bulk 1998-2008)
The Michael Bhatia papers contain materials related to his research, humanitarian work, and education. Among the most important materials are the notebooks Bhatia kept while in Afghanistan on a humanitarian mission. It also includes papers written for courses at Brown University, syllabi for classes taught or taken by Bhatia, maps of the Western Sahara region and of Afghanistan, posters from the 2004 democratic election in Afghanistan and many articles and chapters from books used by Bhatia for his research on the causes of war, humanitarian aid, refugees, the military and American culture, and various 20th and 21st century conflicts notably Somalia, Rwanda, Kosovo, Bosnia and Afghanistan.
This collection consists of the papers of Martha
Dickinson Bianchi and her family. It includes a great deal of secondary material
relating to Emily Dickinson, along with material relating to the posthumous
publication of Emily's work by Martha. In addition to the personal papers of Martha
Bianchi and family (including family and editorial correspondence, diaries, notes,
worksheets, typescript poems, stories, plays, photographs, articles, books, and
clippings), the collection includes the personal papers of Alfred Leete Hampson and
his wife, Mary Landis Hampson.