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Formal title:
Thomas F. Banchoff papers
Extent:
23.5 Linear feet
Date range:
1935-2012 (bulk 1963-1997)
Abstract:
The Thomas F. Banchoff papers (1935-2012, bulk 1963-1997) contain administrative, research, and teaching materials relating to Professor Banchoff's tenure as a professor of mathematics at Brown University. Included are correspondence, lecture and research notes, manuscripts, course syllabi and exams, and records of various faculty and university committees of which he was a member. The papers also include records from Professor Banchoff's term as acting Dean of Student Affairs at Brown (1971-1972) that reflect the racial and political campus issues of the time.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
OF.1UF.2015.003
Formal title:
W.C. Bronson papers
Extent:
5.5 Linear feet
Date range:
circa 1885-1928 (bulk 1900-1928)
Abstract:
The W.C. Bronson papers comprise the professional and personal records of Professor Walter Cochrane Bronson from his time as a student at Brown University through his career as a professor of English at Cornell University, West Virginia University, and Brown University, from which he retired in 1927.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
MS-1UF-B4
Formal title:
Ben W. Brown papers
Extent:
1.5 Linear feet
Date range:
1916-1952 (bulk 1930-1952)
Abstract:
These papers consist of notebooks, manuscripts, speeches and addresses, and correspondence documenting the teaching career of Ben W. Brown at Brown University. He was professor of English, theatre and public speaking, as well as Director of the Sock and Buskin, from 1921 to 1955.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
MS.1UF.B5
Formal title:
Walter Richardson Davis papers
Extent:
8.75 Linear feet
Date range:
1981-2003
Abstract:
The Walter Richardson Davis papers document Professor Davis's tenure at Brown University. The collection consists of research, writings, and teaching materials. The bulk of the papers relate to Davis's interest in English Renaissance literature, though his broad scholarly engagement embraced a range of topics including autobiography, addiction and alcoholism, and Greek coins. Materials date from circa 1981 to 2003.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
OF.1UF.D2
Formal title:
Mary Ann Doane papers
Extent:
9 Linear feet
Date range:
1966-2009
Abstract:
The Mary Ann Doane papers represent forty years of education, research, and professional activity. The collection emphasizes Doane's academic training as a feminist film scholar through notebooks and essays that date from high school through her doctoral studies. Another portion of the collection presents notes and drafts of publications, including the books
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
Ms.2011.020
Formal title:
Lynn Marian Gunzberg papers
Extent:
3.5 Linear feet
Date range:
1965-2001
Abstract:
The Lynn Marian Gunzberg papers contain materials related to Gunzberg’s academic career including undergraduate and graduate student work; dissertation research and drafts; teaching materials including syllabi, lecture notes, and course evaluations; manuscript drafts of published and unpublished papers; limited correspondence; and extensive research materials. Materials date from 1965 to 2001.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
MS-1UF-G4
Formal title:
Albert Granger Harkness papers
Extent:
6.25 Linear feet
Date range:
circa 1876-1919
Abstract:
The Albert Granger Harkness papers comprise correspondence and research notes documenting Professor Harknesses academic interests. Research materials cover topics largely related to Classics scholarship and teaching.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
MS.1UF.H1
Formal title:
Elaine Hedges papers
Extent:
19.5 linear feet
Date range:
1958-1998 (bulk, 1970-1997)
Abstract:
A wide array of materials, including correspondence, bibliographies, research, manuscripts, ephemera, photographs, and printed materials, the bulk of which dates from the early 1970s to the late 1990s, from the papers of Elaine Ryan Hedges, who was a stellar educator and scholar in the field of women’s studies. It thoroughly documents Hedges pioneering contributions to the body of feminist literary criticism--especially her groundbreaking contribution to the study of Charlotte Perkins Gilman--and her advocacy of curriculum reform and of a more inclusive canon of American literature so as to incorporate works by women, ethnic minorities, and the gay and lesbian community. This collection highlights Hedges’ research into the history of 19th century women and their needlework. Her detailed and innovative study of quilts as encoded texts brought to the fore important historical information about women and their social, political and artistic endeavors that had previously been overlooked by mainstream scholars.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
MS.2011.007
Formal title:
David Herlihy papers
Extent:
8 linear feet
Date range:
1951-2000 (bulk 1954-1990)
Abstract:
These papers represent the intellectual and professional corpus of medieval historian, and Brown University professor, David Herlihy. Herlihy is considered a pioneer in the use of computers to analyze historical data to extrapolate socioeconomic trends and their impact on life during the middle ages. The collection includes Herlihy's research notebooks, notes, computer code books, pre-published and un-published drafts of articles and monographs, his Ph.D. dissertation, reviews of his publications, lecture notes and teaching materials, professional correspondence, papers documenting professional activities, speeches and addresses, photographs, and miscellaneous personal ephemera and papers.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
OF.1UF.H3
Formal title:
David Herlihy papers
Date range:
1951-2000 (bulk 1954-1990)
Abstract:
These papers represent the intellectual and professional corpus of medieval historian, and Brown University professor, David Herlihy. Herlihy is considered a pioneer in the use of computers to analyze historical data to extrapolate socioeconomic trends and their impact on life during the middle ages. The collection includes Herlihy's research notebooks, notes, computer code books, pre-published and un-published drafts of articles and monographs, his Ph.D. dissertation, reviews of his publications, lecture notes and teaching materials, professional correspondence, papers documenting professional activities, speeches and addresses, photographs, and miscellaneous personal ephemera and papers.
Repository:
John Hay Library
Collection call no:
OF.1UF.H3

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