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Records of the New York Institute for the Humanities 1971-1995,

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The Records of the New York Institute for the Humanities collection offers unique access for researchers interested in the history of intellectual life and the humanities in the period between 1975 and 1985. While the Institute's mission focused on intellectual activity in New York City, it also brought noted intellectuals to New York from Latin America and Europe, including those supported by the Exiled Writers
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Named Person: Loren Baritz; Thomas Bender; Jorge Luis Borges; Joseph Brodsky; Italo Calvino; Jacques Derrida; Norman Dorsen; Frances FitzGerald; Michel Foucault; Clifford Geertz; Todd Gitlin; Philip Glass; Nadine Gordimer; Jürgen Habermas; Stuart Hampshire; Francis Haskell; E J Hobsbawm; Ada Louise Huxtable; F M Kamm; Yehudi Menuhin; Czesław Miłosz; Alberto Moravia; V S Naipaul; Aryeh Neier; Linda Nochlin; Yuri Orlov; Richard Poirier; Steve Reich; David Rieff; Xavier Rubert de Ventós; Oliver W Sacks; Moshe Safdie; Louis Arnorsson Sass; Saskia Sassen; John C Sawhill; Carl E Schorske; Richard Sennett; Richard Sieburth; Ann Barr Snitow; Susan Sontag; Stephen Spender; Gerald Turkel; A Richard Turner; Kirk Varnedoe; Vladimir Voĭnovich; Nicholas Wahl; Eileen Ward; Edmund White; Monique Wittig; Danilo Kos
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 641911514
Notes: Location of resource: New York University Archives.
Description: 20.5 20.5 linear feet (34 document boxes, 37 sound cassette tape boxes)

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The Records of the New York Institute for the Humanities collection offers unique access for researchers interested in the history of intellectual life and the humanities in the period between 1975 and 1985. While the Institute's mission focused on intellectual activity in New York City, it also brought noted intellectuals to New York from Latin America and Europe, including those supported by the Exiled Writers program. In addition to materials relating to the operation and activities of the Institute ...

The Records of the New York Institute of the Humanities consist of materials created by the Institute's founder Richard Sennett, and other Institute adminstrators and Fellows. The Records document the formation and early years of the Institute, the activities of Institute Fellows, and the seminars, lectures, and other events sponsored by the Institute.

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