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Albert Schweitzer Chair in the Humanities records, 1965-1984.

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Three professors held the Albert Schweitzer Chair at NYU between 1965 and 1984: Conor Cruise O'Brien, Ralph Ellison, and Aileen Ward. Their programs emphasised inter-racial awareness, and relevance to present day concerns. Most of the material relates to the tenure of Conor Cruise O'Brien (1965-1969). It includes manuscripts by O'Brien, seminar programs, transcripts and recordings of lectures, manuscripts by Julian  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Annual reports
Lectures
Manuscripts
Administrative records
Audiotapes
Periodicals
Named Person: Anatole Broyard; Noam Chomsky; Ralph Ellison; David V Erdman; Max Gordon; Stuart Hampshire; James M Hester; Alger Hiss; Charles Partick Kelly; Gabriel Kolko; Herbert Marcuse; Julian Mayfield; Jonathan Mirsky; Paul Neuberg; George Quasha; Albert Schweitzer; Edward Thompson; Aileen Ward; Thomas Hart Wilkins; Conor Cruise O'Brien
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 58786376
Description: 7.0 linear ft. 12 boxes. 125 tapes.

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Three professors held the Albert Schweitzer Chair at NYU between 1965 and 1984: Conor Cruise O'Brien, Ralph Ellison, and Aileen Ward. Their programs emphasised inter-racial awareness, and relevance to present day concerns. Most of the material relates to the tenure of Conor Cruise O'Brien (1965-1969). It includes manuscripts by O'Brien, seminar programs, transcripts and recordings of lectures, manuscripts by Julian Mayfield, and student papers and proposals. Lecturers and participants in seminars and programs included Herbert Marcuse, Noam Chomsky, Edward Thompson, Stuart Hampshire, David Erdman, Max Gordon, Gabriel Kolko, Alger Hiss, Charles P. Kelly, Thomas Hart Wilkins, George Quasha, Paul Neuberg, Anatole Broyard, and Jonathan Mirsky.

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