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University Seminars records, 1945-2000

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Call No.: UA#0118
Bib ID 6939740 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Columbia University. University Seminars
Title University Seminars records, 1945-2000
Physical Description 170.96 linear feet (170.96 linear feet 389 document boxes 7 record storage cartons; 17.81 Gigabytes 40,625 digital files)
Language(s) English .
Access

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Arrangement

Arrangement

Material is arranged alphabetically by name of the seminar.

Description

Scope and Content

The collection consists of the records of university seminars in various fields for each academic year since their establishment. A typical file will include minutes of the meetings, but there may also be supporting documentation such as correspondence, reports, or copies of papers presented at a meeting.

In 2003, then Director Robert L. Belknap conceived and over several years implemented the project of scanning 50 years of the pre-digital meeting minutes of the seminars. Over a half million pages, representing the materials from from the academic years 1944-2000 were scanned by the University Seminars and transferred to the University Archives for preservation. Subsequent additions up to 2012 were added to the digital collection in January 2018.

  • Series I: Minutes and Notes

    The Minutes and Notes series includes minutes, notes, and supplementary materials for the University Seminars. A typical file will include meeting notes, but may also include correspondence and invitations related to any given meeting of the seminar or papers presented at a meeting.

  • Series II: Related Papers

  • Series III: Books Based on University Seminars

  • Series IV: Digital Archive

    Digitized materials cover 194 seminars for the academic years 1944-2012, and represent exact digital copies of paper originals in the collection, scanned in 2003-2010, as well as born digital content created since 2009.

    Off-site and unauthenticated users can browse the metadata of the digitized content in the Digital Library site here: DLC site.

    Users wishing to reserve the RBML reading room laptop for on-site access can do so using via their Special Collections Research Account or by contacting rbml@library.columbia.edu.

Using the Collection

Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Restrictions on Access

This collection is located off-site. You will need to request this material at least three business days in advance to use the collection in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reading room.

Electronic files are available in the Reading Room on a laptop where researchers can browse, keyword search, and view the records.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

The University Seminars Archive is available for research purposes in the Reading Room of the Columbia Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, subject to the policies and procedures applicable to the use of RBML collections. However, copyright in individual items in the collection may be held by the University, by individual participants and contributors, or by others. Researchers seeking permissions to use materials from the collection should submit inquiries and permission requests to the Director of the University Seminars, Robert Pollack, via email pollack@columbia.edu.

Preferred Citation

Identification of specific item; Date (if known); University Seminars Records; Box and Folder; Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

Accrual

Additional records exptectedannually

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Source of acquisition--University Seminars. Method of acquisition--gift; Date of acquisition--1945 and ongoing.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Processing Information

Records processed ptl 1996.

MODS metadata records and full-text index for searching were generated by the CUL LDPD in 2013-2015. Metadata and digital files became available in the reading room via a web presentation system in December 2015.

Revision Description

2012-10-19 xml document instance created by Carrie Hintz.

2015-12-02 xml document instance updated by Adrien Hilton.

2019-05-20 EAD was imported spring 2019 as part of the ArchivesSpace Phase II migration.

Subject Headings

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History / Biographical Note

Historical Note

In the nineteen thirties, Professor Frank Tannenbaum had discussed with Nicholas Murray Butler the idea of ongoing groups of Columbia professors and experts from the whole region to explore matters no single department had the breadth or the agility to study. Butler liked the idea as a quick way to mobilize the intellectual resources of the University about suddenly emerging problems, but World War II supervened and it was 1944 before his successor, Frank Fackenthal, approved the first five University Seminars. Three of these Seminars still meet: Peace, Religion, and The Renaissance.

The Seminars have continued to serve Butler's purpose, but they have also become an intrinsic part of the enterprise Columbia does better than any great university in the world, the ongoing education of its own faculty. Most of this education takes place within the academic departments, but Tannenbaum was continuing a tradition of General Education in a Core Curriculum that Columbia had been developing for thirty years. The Contemporary Civilization and the Humanities courses are famous for the breadth they give Columbia undergraduates, and astonishingly unrecognized as a boot-camp where econometricians acquire sophistication by conducting rough and tumble discussions of Plato.

This tradition positioned Columbia professors to invent the interdisciplinary regional institutes that trained graduate students to handle post-war complexities beyond their departments, but also forced political scientists, economists, and literary scholars to learn from each other. Over the past two thirds of a century, the Seminars have offered more and more specialists from Columbia and elsewhere the chance to learn and discover things together.

When Tannenbaum died in 1969, there were fifty Seminars. He and his wife, Jane Belo Tannenbaum, left the Seminars a million and a half dollars in their wills, to be invested and reinvested as a dedicated part of Columbia's endowment. Tannenbaum wrote a charter to "protect the spontaneity of the Seminars from an unstructured situation [in which] interference is inevitable, because the desire for general rules and uniformity is irresistible." The Director of the Seminars was not to be appointed by the President of the University but selected and instructed by a General Committee, consisting of Columbia's President, Provost, and the chairs of all the Seminars.

In the four decades since, the number of Seminars has grown to the eighty-four listed in this website. About half the Seminars that have been founded are still meeting, while half have merged, split, or dissolved. James Gutman followed Tannenbaum as Director from 1969 to 1975, followed by Aaron Warner, from 1976 to 2000, and Robert Belknap from 2001 to 2011, when his student Robert Pollack succeeded him.

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Series I: Minutes and Notes

The Minutes and Notes series includes minutes, notes, and supplementary materials for the University Seminars. A typical file will include meeting notes, but may also include correspondence and invitations related to any given meeting of the seminar or papers presented at a meeting.



Box 113 African Faculty, 1990-1991


Box 113 Afro-American Studies, 1978-1980



Box 361 Ageing and Human Development



Box 1 American Civilization



Box 2 American Civilization



Box 3 American Civilization



Box 4 American Civilization



Box 113 American Civilization


American Studies, 1954-2000



Box 196 1951-1971



Box 197 1971-1984



Box 198 1984-1998



Box 199 1998-2000



Box 113 Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies, 1966-1969


Box 113 Ancient Near East, 1996-2004



Box 113, 129 Annual Reports, Bulletins, etc., 1945-1997


Appetitive Behavior



Box 5,140 1972-2004



Box 314 1971-1995



Box 315 1995-2000


Arabic Studies



Box 7 1977-2001



Box 327 1977-1995



Box 328 1995-2000


Archaeology of the Eastern Mediterranean, Eastern Europe and the Near East



Box 8 1966-1996



Box 270 1977-1985



Box 273 1966-1984



Box 274 1984-1998



Box 275 1998-2000



Box 9, 216 Arms Control, 1982-1992


Art of Africa



Box 320 1970-1995



Box 305 1995-2000



Box 113 Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas, 1985-2001


Asian Thought and Religion



Box 188 1962-1986



Box 189 1986-1997



Box 113 1994-2001


Atlantic Community



Box 6 1962-1979



Box 209 1962-1980


Basic and Applied Social Research



Box 257 1963-1978



Box 114 1966-1967


Box 114 Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, 2000-2001


Biomaterials



Box 283 1966-1987



Box 114 1967-1970


Box 114 The Book in History, 1997-1998



Box 10 Brazil, 1976-1999



Box 11 Brazil, 1976-1999



Box 140 Brazil, 1976-1999



Box 213 Brazil, 1976-1999



Box 214 Brazil, 1976-1999



Box 358 Brazil, 1976-1999



Box 359 Brazil, 1976-1999


Buddhist Studies



Box 114 1991-1997



Box 370 1990-2000



Box 339 Cancer, 1988-2000



Box 115 Caribbean, 1982-1984



Box 46, 142 Center for Israel and Jewish Studies, 1968-1978


Changing Metropolis in America



Box 12 1967-1994



Box 252 1968-1995



Box 253 1992-2000



Box 115 Changing World of Mathematics, 1994-1998



Box 374 Children, 1993-1997


China-International Business



Box 365 1981-2000



Box 115 1983-2000


Cinema and Interdisciplinary Interpretation



Box 323 1973-1990



Box 115 1982-1996



Box 324 1990-2000


City



Box 250 1962-1992



Box 251 1992-2000



Box 13, 140 1971-2000


Classical Civilizations



Box 16 1957-2000



Box 17 1957-2000



Box 140 1957-2000



Box 217 1957-1982



Box 218 1982-1996



Box 219 1996-2000


Communications in Society



Box 336 1983-1994



Box 337 1994-1998


Communism



Box 14 1965-1983



Box 15 1965-1983



Box 237 1961-1971



Box 238 1971-1981



Box 239 1981-1990



Box 240 1959-1981



Box 116 Comparative Study of Cultures, 2000-2001


Computers



Box 261 1966-1995



Box 262 1995-2000



Box 116 Computers, Man and Society, 1982-1999


Box 116 Conference on the Humanities and Public Policy Issues, 1974-1975


Conflict Resolution



Box 385 1997-2000



Box 116, 140 2000-2004


Contemporary Africa (See also Studies in Contemporary Africa)



Box 116, 127 1967-1997



Box 203 1960-1986



Box 204 1986-2000



Box 116 Contemporary India, 1977-1985


Contemporary Urban America



Box 116, 128 1982-1983



Box 340 1982-1992


Content and Methods in the Social Sciences



Box 173 1955-1956 1957-1974, 1955-1956, 1957-1974



Box 20 1957-1988



Box 21 1957-1988



Box 162 1974-1992



Box 163 1992-2000



Box 28 Cultural Evolution and Ecological Systems, 1965-1995


Cultural Pluralism



Box 27 1972-1996



Box 316 1971-1995



Box 317 1995-2000


Development of Pre-Industrial Areas



Box 22, 91 1954-1974



Box 164 1954-1967



Box 165 1967-1981


Death



Box 25, 116 1973-2001



Box 303 1970-1995



Box 304 1995-2000


Drugs and Society



Box 26 1984-2001



Box 356 1975-1995



Box 357 1995-2000


Early American History and Culture



Box 23 1968-2001



Box 24 1968-2001



Box 141 1968-2001



Box 284 1967-1984



Box 285 1984-1995



Box 286 1995-2000


Ecology and Culture



Box 264 1964-1985



Box 265 1985-1995



Box 266 1995-2000



Box 117, 141 1997-2001


Economic History



Box 229 1969-1974



Box 230 1974-1980



Box 231 1980-1988



Box 232 1988-1993



Box 233 1994-1996



Box 234 1996-2000



Box 29 1989-2001



Box 30 1989-2001



Box 31 1989-2001



Box 117 Economic Planning, 1986-1988



Box 186 Economic Progress, 1953-1955


Economics of Distribution



Box 32 1956-1969



Box 207 1955-1965



Box 208 1965-1986


Eighteenth Century European Culture



Box 33 1962-1988



Box 34 1962-1988



Box 141 1962-1988



Box 166 1962-1974



Box 174 1974-1994



Box 175 1994-2000



Box 117 Elites and Power, 1974


Environmental Issues



Box 291 1990-1995



Box 292 1995-2000



Box 117 Film, 1978-1979



Box 35 Full Employment, 1994-2000



Box 117, 127, 141 Gender, Sexuality, Health and Human Rights, 2002-2004


Genetic Epidemiology



Box 117, 141 1985-2001



Box 332 1982-1985



Box 333 1995-2000


Genetics and the Evolution of Man



Box 117 1961-1965



Box 254 1964-1975



Box 341 Global Habitability, 1983-1990



Box 118, 126 Health and Society (formerly Social and Preventative Medicine), 1985-1986


Hebrew Bible



Box 118, 127, 142 1968-2000



Box 267 1968-21995



Box 268 1995-2000, 2005-2006



Box 118 Hermeneutics, 1960-1965


Higher Education



Box 36 1955-1992



Box 179 1961-1965



Box 180 1975-1987



Box 181 1987-1995



Box 118, 386 Historic Monuments and Sites, 1998-2000


History and Culture of the Turks



Box 38 1978-2000



Box 325 1974-1995



Box 326 1995-2000


History and Philosophy of Science



Box 318 1973-2000



Box 31,142 1978-2001



Box 118 History American Architecture, 1991-1992


Box 118 History of Columbia University, 2000-2001



Box 118, 43 History of Legal and Political Thought and Institutions, 1965-2001


History of Political and Social Thought



Box 82 1983-1985



Box 83 1983-1985



Box 84 1983-1985



Box 85 1983-1985



Box 144 1983-1985



Box 258 1963-1977



Box 259 1977-1995



Box 260 1995-2000


History of the Working Class



Box 118 1975-1976



Box 210 1975-1995


Homosexualities



Box 118 1989-1994



Box 344 1989-1997



Box 372 Human Genome, 1993-1995


Human (Mal)Adaption in Modern Society



Box 269 1964-1987



Box 39 1964-2001


Human Rights



Box 40 1978-2001



Box 41 1978-2001



Box 42 1978-2001



Box 142 1978-2001



Box 212 1977-1882



Box 213 1982-1991



Box 214 1991-1995



Box 215 1995-2000



Box 119 Indology



Box 382 1993-1999



Box 119 1997-1999


Innovation in Education



Box 306 1970-1995



Box 307 1995-2000



Box 119 1983-1992


Box 119 Innovations in Higher Education, 1970



Box 44 International Communism, 1961-1965



Box 119 International Research Methods, 1964-1965


Box 119 Inter-Religious Studies, 1952-1955


Iranian Studies



Box 119, 142 1987-1999



Box 338 1986-2000


Irish Studies



Box 45, 142 1974-2001



Box 321 1973-1998



Box 322 1998-2000


Israel and Jewish Studies



Box 46, 142 1968-2001



Box 299 1968-1995



Box 300 1995-2000


Japan's Global Role: The Multilateral Dimension



Box 119 1992-1995



Box 371 1991-2000


Korea



Box 48 1971-1986



Box 49 1971-1986



Box 50 1971-1986



Box 310 1971-1974



Box 311 1974-1977



Box 312 1968-1995


Labor



Box 51 1948-2000



Box 52 1948-2000



Box 53 1948-2000



Box 54 1948-2000



Box 167 1948-1954



Box 168 1954-1959



Box 169 1959-1963



Box 170 1963-1967



Box 171 1967-1984



Box 172 1984-1993



Box 117, 120, 142 Labor and Popular Struggles in the Global Political Economy, 2000-2004



Box 120, 142 Language and Cognition, 2000-2001


Latin America



Box 55, 120 1971-1999



Box 308 1971-1995



Box 309 1995-2000


Law and Economic Change



Box 120 1971-1972



Box 313 1971-1983



Box 145 Law and Social and Economic Change in the American Past, 1977-1991


Box 145 Legal and Social and Environmental Issues, 1997-1998



Box 145, 143 Legal, Social, and Economic Environmental Issues, 2000-2001


Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences



Box 57 1958-1977



Box 248 1995-2000



Box 249 1995-2000



Box 380 Mathematics, 1993-1998


Medieval Studies



Box 121, 143, 47 1956-2001



Box 200 1961-1991



Box 201 1991-2000


Middle East



Box 56, 143 1971-1995



Box 348 1971-1982



Box 349 1982-1992



Box 350 1992-1997



Box 351 1997-2000



Box 121 Mineralized Tissues, 1995-1996


Modern China



Box 220 1957-1962



Box 221 1962-1965



Box 222 1965-1968



Box 223 1968-1971



Box 224 1971-1974



Box 225 1974-1978



Box 226 1978-1985



Box 227 1983-1993



Box 389 1993-2000



Box 58 1981-2000



Box 59 1981-2000



Box 60 Modern East Asia, 1957-1963; Modern East Asia: China, 1963-1974; Modern East Asia: Japan, 1961-1998

(See also: Modern China)



Box 61 Modern East Asia, 1957-1963; Modern East Asia: China, 1963-1974; Modern East Asia: Japan, 1961-1998

(See also: Modern China)



Box 62 Modern East Asia, 1957-1963; Modern East Asia: China, 1963-1974; Modern East Asia: Japan, 1961-1998

(See also: Modern China)



Box 63 Modern East Asia, 1957-1963; Modern East Asia: China, 1963-1974; Modern East Asia: Japan, 1961-1998

(See also: Modern China)



Box 64 Modern East Asia, 1957-1963; Modern East Asia: China, 1963-1974; Modern East Asia: Japan, 1961-1998

(See also: Modern China)


Modern Italy



Box 121 1996-2001



Box 276 1966-1995



Box 118, 127, 142, 277 1995-2000


Modern Japan



Box 241 1965-1971



Box 242 1971-1975



Box 243 1975-1979



Box 65 1977-2001



Box 66 1977-2001



Box 143 1977-2001



Box 244 1979-1984



Box 245 1984-1989



Box 246 1989-1995



Box 247 1995-2000



Box 121, 373 Modernism and Modernity, 1993-1996



Box 121, 360 Molecular Evolution, 1990-1995


Moral Education



Box 67 1983-2000



Box 68 1983-2000



Box 143 1983-2000



Box 330 1983-1991



Box 331 1991-2000



Box 383 Morningside Heights Centennial, 1995-1997



Box 381 National Health Policy, 1993-2000


Nature of Men



Box 122 1968-1976



Box 298 1968-1978


Neo-Confucian Studies



Box 67 1979-1998



Box 68 1979-1998



Box 69 1979-1998



Box 70 1979-1998



Box 143 1979-1998



Box 362 1973-1988



Box 363 1988-1995



Box 364 1995-2000



Box 122, 329 Neurobiology, 1978-1986


Oral History



Box 123 1999-2000



Box 387 1998-2000


Organization and Management



Box 182 1951-1966



Box 123, 143 1967-2000



Box 183 1966-1976



Box 184 1976-1992



Box 185 1992-2000



Box 71 Oriental Thought and Religion, 1971-1986


Peace (also see the Problem of Peace for 1970 on), 1970



Box 72 1944-1970



Box 73 1944-1970



Box 74 1944-1970



Box 75 1944-1970



Box 76 1944-1970



Box 77 1944-1970



Box 78 1944-1970



Box 79 1944-1970



Box 148 1945-1948



Box 149 1948-1954



Box 150 1954-1960



Box 151 1960-1965



Box 152 1965-1972



Box 153 1972-1986



Box 154 1986-1995



Box 158 1995-2000



Box 124 Permanence of Values and Moral Change, 1980-1983


Philanthropy


Box 124 1984-1986



Box 367 1982-1990



Box 342 Undated


Political and Social Thought



Box 82-85, 144 1968-2001



Box 190 1968-1971



Box 191 1971-1975



Box 192 1975-1980



Box 193 1980-1922



Box 194 1988-1995



Box 195 1995-2000


Political Economy of War and Peace



Box 124, 80 1971-2000



Box 345 1971-1985



Box 346 1985-1995



Box 347 1995-2000


Pollution and Water Resources



Box 86 1967-1993



Box 87 1967-1993



Box 88 1967-1993



Box 288 1967-1983



Box 289 1983-1995



Box 290 1995-2000


Population and Social Change



Box 205 1949-1951 1959-1968, 1949-1951, 1959-1968



Box 206 1968-1970 1971-1992, 1968-1970, 1971-1992



Box 90 1959-1988



Box 89, 124 Population Biology, 1972-1994


Post-Communist States, Societies, and Economics



Box 235 1992-1995



Box 236 1995-2000



Box 124 1992-2000


Box 124 Power and Social Structure, 1964-1965



Box 91 Pre-Industrial Areas, 1954-1968 (see Development of Pre-Industrial Areas for years 1970 on), 1954-1968, 1970



Box 92 Primitive and Pre-Columbian Art, 1971-1985



Box 369 Privatization and the Changing Welfare State, 1986



Box 187 Problems of Interpretation, 1959-1967



Box 81 Problem of Peace, 1971-1996 (see Peace for years 1944-1970), 1971-1996


Professions in the Modern Society



Box 178 1950-1951



Box 93 1950-1952



Box 125 Psychobiology of Animal Cognition, 1985-2000


Public Communication



Box 94 1959-1979



Box 176 1957-1968



Box 177 1968-1985


Religion (See also Studies in Religion)



Box 155 1945-1961 1972-1995, 1945-1961, 1972-1995



Box 125 1976-1977



Box 156 1995-2000


Religion in America



Box 124, 144 1996-1997



Box 384 1996-2000


Renaissance



Box 95, 125 1946-2000



Box 157 1952-2000


Role of the Health Professions



Box 96 1955-1970



Box 202 1955-1971



Box 125 Romanticism and Nineteenth Century, 1971-1975


Rural Life



Box 159 1945-1949



Box 160 1949-1955



Box 161 1955-1966



Box 126 1957-1959


Box 126 Scientific Literacy, 1990-1999



Box 388 Sexuality, 1999-2000


Shakespeare



Box 97, 127, 144 1982-1999



Box 334 1982-1998



Box 335 1998-2000


Slavic History and Culture



Box 99 1968-1999



Box 100 1968-1999



Box 144 1968-1999



Box 293 1968-1975



Box 294 1975-1993



Box 295 1993-2000


Social and Preventative Medicine



Box 301 1970-1995



Box 302 1955-2000



Box 126 2000-2001



Box 98 Social Work and Education, 1956


South Asia



Box 271 1964-1986



Box 272 1986-1999



Box 302 1999-2000



Box 126, 366 Southeast Asia in World Affairs, 1982-1994


Soviet Nationality Problems



Box 287 1968-1988



Box 126 1985-1986


The State



Box 101 1958-1981



Box 146 1944-1971



Box 147 1972-1985



Box 116, 127 Studies in Contemporary Africa, 1964-1993



Box 103 Studies in Religion, 1972-2001



Box 127 Studies in Social and Political Thought, 1989-1990



Box 38 Studies in the History and Culture of the Turks, 1982-1999



Box 102 Studies in the New Testament, 1960-1961



Box 118, 127, 142 Study of the Hebrew Bible, 1968-2001


Technology and Social Change



Box 107 1962-1979



Box 255 1962-1969



Box 256 1969-1983



Box 128 Telecommunications Policy, 1983-1984


Box 128 Tannenbaum, Frank Lectures


Theory of Literature



Box 263 1964-1998



Box 109 1967-1993



Box 128 Theory of Values, 1983-1985


Traditional China



Box 106 1967-2001



Box 107 1967-2001



Box 144 1967-2001



Box 278 1966-1971



Box 279 1971-1976



Box 280 1976-1985



Box 281 1985-1995



Box 282 1995-2000



Box 108 Tradition and Change in South and Southeast Asia, 1965-1997

(See also Southeast Asia in World Affairs)


Box 108 Twentieth Century Politics and Society



Box 128, 144 1993-1997



Box 211 1995-2000



Box 128 Urban America, 1993-1994


Box 128 Use of Language, 1966-1968


Box 128 Uses of the Oceans, 1974-1975


U.S. Monetary and Financial Reform


Box 128 1984-1985



Box 368 1984-1989



Box 128 Veda and Its Interpretation, 1993-1994


Women and Society



Box 110 1977-2001



Box 111 1977-2001



Box 112 1977-2001



Box 352 1974-1980



Box 353 1980-1988



Box 354 1988-1995



Box 355 1995-2000



Box 228 Self-Study Guide



Box 296, 319, 198 Unidentified and Miscellaneous Seminar Material, 1955-1986

Series II: Related Papers


Edgar Grimm Miller Papers



Box 129-139 1954 Bicentennial Celebration, 1954


Box 129-139 1945-1955 Peace, 1945-1955


Box 129-139 1947-1955 Methodism in the Social Sciences, 1947-1955


Box 129-139 1954-1955 Higher Education, 1954-1955


Box 129-139 1953-1955 American Assembly, 1953-1955


Box 129-139 1948-1949 Frank Tannenbaum, 1948-1949


Conferences on the Humanities and Public Policy Issues



Box 136 1974-1975



Box 137 Tape Recordings



Box 138 Tape Recordings



Box 139 Tape Recordings


Miscellaneous:



Box 433 Correspondence, 1979-1980


Box 433 Meetings of Seminar, 1978-1979


Box 433 Seminar/Working Notes for, 6/20/79


Box 433 Minutes and Attendance, 1978-1979


Box 433 Seminar/Working Notes for, 6/20/79


Box 433 CU Seminar: Transition


Box 433 Draft of By-Laws


Box 433 Election for Opening on Exec. Committee/ May 1978


Box 433 Announcements and Correspondence,77-78


Box 433 Mail with Seminar Office


Box 433 Mail with members about status of membership


Box 433 Executive Board Ballots


Box 433 Seminar Stationery


Box 433 Banking - Women and Society


Box 433 Meeting Announcements 79-80


Box 433 Proposed for Membership in the Seminar, 1979-1980


Box 433 Ballots/Exec Comm/CU Seminar on Women/June 1980


Box 433 Minutes and Attendance, 77-78


Box 433 Relevant Materials from Marilyn Arthur: CU Seminar Pre-1977-78


Box 433 Correspondence 1977-78


Box 433 Election of Executive Committee/May 1977


Box 433 Record of Membership, 1974



Box 434 Proceedings of 25th Anniversary Appetitive Behavior


Box 434 Correspondence, 1980-1981


Box 434 Suggestions, 1980-1981


Box 434 CU Seminar "Women and Society"


Box 434 Copies of Seminar Papers (2)


Box 434 Expense Receipts, 1980-81 1981-82


Box 434 Minutes, 1980-1981


Box 434 Membership List, 1980-1981


Box 434 Individual Correspondence (not announcements), 1980-81


Box 434 Attendance, 1980-1981


Box 434 Announcements, 1980-1981


Box 434 NY Council for Humanities


Box 434 Janie Kritzman


Box 434 Official Materials from Aaron Warner, et al.


Box 434 Correspondence, 1976-1977


Box 434 CU Seminar: Correspondence, 1976-1977


Box 434 Women and Society, 1975-1976


Box 434 Women and Society, 1974-1975


Box 434 Women and Society, 1973-1974


Box 434 Drops and Rejects, 1981


Box 434 Announcements, 1980-1981


Box 434 Budget

Series III: Books Based on University Seminars



Box 390 Birdwhistell, Anne D. Li Yong (1627-1705) and epistemological dimensions of Confucian philosophy. Anne D. Birdwhistell Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.


Box 390 Hart, Albert G. Debt, crisis, and recovery: the 1930s and the 1990s. Albert G. Hart and Perry Mehrling Armonk, New York; London, England: M. E. Sharpe; Columbia University seminar series. Paperback. 2 copies., 1930s


Box 390 Columbia University. University Seminars. The University seminars: subjects, speakers, and members 1970 1971. Columbia University [New York: The University; 1971]., 1970


Box 390 Zwass, Vladimir. Management information systems. Vladimir Zwass [Dubuque, Iowa]: WIll. C. Brown Publishers.


Box 390 Larmore, Charles. The romantic legacy. Charles Lannore New York: Columbia University Press.


Box 390 Berrol, Selma. East Side, East End: Eastern European Jews in London and New Yorlc, 1870-1920. Selma Berrol Westport, Connecticut; London: Praeger.


Box 390 Berrol, Selma C. Julia Richman: a notable woman. Selma C. Berrol Philadelphia: The Balch Institute Press; London and Toronto: Associated University Press.


Box 390 Popkin, Cathy. The pragmatics of insignificance : Chekhov, Zoshchenko, Gogol. Cathy Popkin Stanford, California: Stanford University Press; 93; Studies ofthe Harriman Institute, Columbia University.


Box 390 Changing structure of Mexico : political, social, and economic prospects. Laura Randall, editor Annonk, New York; London, England: M. E. Sharpe; Columbia University seminar series.


Box 390 Reforming Mexico's agrarian reform. Laura Randall, editor Annonk, New York; London, England: M. E. Sharpe; Columbia University seminar series.


Box 390 Paul Tillich: a new Catholic assessment. Monika Hellwig ret al.] and Raymond F. Bulman, Frederick J. Parrella editors Collegeville, Minnesota: The Liturgical Press.A Michael Glazier book.


Box 390 Workshop on Childhood and Adolescence in Cross-Cultural Perspective (2000 New York Academy of Sciences). Childhood and adolescence: cross-cultural perspectives and applications. edited by Uwe P. Gielen and Jaipaul Roopnarine Westport, Connecticut: Praeger; 2004 Advances in applied developmental psychology, 2004



Box 391 Pollution and water resources. edited by George J. Halasi-Kun and Kemble Widmer [New York: Columbia



Box 390 University]; 68; Columbia University seminar series.Holdings: v .1-15,pt.l, 16-20, 22-27, 29-30, 35 (1967-19821984-19871989-1993 1995-19992004) v.26-27 : 2 copies. v.29 (1995-97) published by PANNON Agricultural University, Faculty of Mosomagyarovar and Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Agricultural Science Section. v.35 (2004) published by ASCO Press.


Box 390 New Jersey. Geological Survey. Land oriented reference data system. New Jersey Geological Survey, Bureau of Geology and Topography Division of Water Resources Department of Environmental Protection S. 1.: S. n.; 74; Bulletin; 74.


Box 390 Schulman, Michael. Schools as moral communities: a framework and guide for school administrators, principals, and teachers. by Michael Schulman [New York: Jewish Foundation for Christian Rescuers/ADL].


Box 390 McNickle, Chris. To be May or ofNew York: ethnic politics in the city. Chris McNickle New York: Columbia University Press; The Columbia history ofurban life.


Box 390 Mollenkopf, John Hull. A phoenix in the ashes : the rise and fall ofthe Koch coalition in New York City politics. John Hull Mollenkopf Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press; The city in the Twenty-First Century.


Box 390 Lieberman, Richard K. Steinway & sons. Richard K. Lieberman New Haven & London: Yale University Press.


Box 390 Hood, Clifton. 722 miles: the building ofthe subways and how they transformed New York. Clifton Hood New York; London; Toronto; Sydney; Tokyo; Singapore: Simon & Schuster.



Box 392 Fogelman, Eva. Conscience & courage: rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust. Eva Fogelmanlst ed. ed. New York; London; Toronto; Sydney; Auckland: Anchor Books; Doubleday.


Box 392 Barth, James R. The future of American banking. James R. Barth, R. Dan Brumbaugh, Jr., and Robert E. Litan Armonk, New York; London, England: M. E. Sharpe; Columbia University seminar series."First printing.".


Box 392 Kumeker, Liza. Svoboda uchit'sia, svoboda uchit : posobie dlia uchitelia. L. Kumeker, Dzh. S. Shein and perevod s angliiskogo T. B. Tsyrlinoi Moskva: "Narodnoe Obrazovanie"; 94; Bibliotechka zhurnala "Narodnoe obrazovanie"; 1-3.


Box 392 Jaffe, A.J.. The first immigrants from Asia : a population history of the North American Indians. A. J. Jaffe and with the assistance of Carolyn Sperber New York and London: Plenum Press.


Box 392 American history, American television: interpreting the video past. edited by John E. O'Connor and foreword by Erik Barnouw New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co.; Ungar film library.



Box 391 Conference on International and Interstate Regulation of Water Pollution (New York and March12-13, 1970. International and interstate regulation of water pollution: proceedings of the Conference on International and Interstate Regulation of Water Pollution held at Columbia University School of Law, March12-13, 1970. proceedings editor: Cormac K. H. O'Malley New York: The Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, Columbia University School of Law; [1970]., March12-13, 1970, March12-13, 1970



Box 392 Maier, Joseph. Frank Tannenbaum: a biographical essay. by Joseph Maier and Richard W. Weatherhead and foreword by James Gutmann New York: University Seminars, Columbia University; 74.


Box 392 Halasi-Kun, Gyorgy. Komyezetvedelmi adatbank fehlllimsa New Jerseyben (USA). Halasi-Kun Gyorgy.Reprint from: Szernle. Foldrajzi Ertesit6 XXIX. evf. 1980. 2-3. fiizet, p. 335-349.


Box 392 Mensch, Gerhard, [Das technologische Patt. English]. Stalemate in technology : innovations overcome the depression. Gerhard Mensch Cambridge, Massachusetts: Ballinger Publishing Company.


Box 392 Fundamentalism and gender. edited by John Stratton Hawley New York; Oxford: Oxford University Press; 94.Paperback.


Box 392 Governing the city: challenges and options for New York. edited by Robert H. Connery and Demetrios Caraley New York: The Academy of Political Science, Columbia University; 69; Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science; 29, 00.4.


Box 392 The journal of the Ancient Near Eastern Society. New York: Jewish Theological Seminary.Holdings : v.21 (1992).


Box 392 Planning, politics, and the public interest. edited by Walter Goldstein New York: Columbia University Press; 78.


Box 392 Journal of urban history. Beverly Hills; London; Newbury Park; New Delhi: Sage Publications.Holdings : v.12, no.4 (August 1986) "This issue is devoted to The early years of public housing.".


Box 392 Semiotexte. New York: Semiotexte.Holdings: v.l, no.3 (1975).


Box 392 Halasi-Kun, Gyorgy. Die Ermittlung von Hochstabfliissen fUr Einzugsgebiete kleiner als 300 krn2 im Bereich der Slowakei : Methoden und Verfahren. von Georg Halasi-Kun [Braunschweig, Gennany: Leichtweill-Institut fUr Wasserbau und Gnmdbau der Technischen Universitat Braunschweig; 1968]; Mitteilungen aus dem Leichtwei13-Institut fUr Wasserbau und Gnmdbau; 22 (1968).


Box 392 Gross, Ronald. Independent scholarship: promise, problems, and prospects. Ronald Gross and Beatrice Gross New York: College Entrance Examination Board; 83.


Box 392 Jacob, Wolfgang. VorscWag zur Griindung von Leibniz-Akademien. Wolfgang Jacob Heidelberg: Verlag Lambert Schneider.


Box 392 Greenberg, Joseph H. Studies in African linguistic classification. Joseph H. Greenberg New Haven, [Connecticut]: The Compass Publishing Company; 55.


Box 392 Feitshans, Ilise Levy. Genetic testing during pregnancy: implications for womens' autonomous medical decisions under the genome project. prepared by : Ilise L. Feitshans [New York: Columbia University; 1995]. Videocassette. Working draft for the Columbia University seminar on the genome project.


Box 392 Feitshans, Ilise Levy. Human rights to healthy workplaces: a global perspective on implementation and compliance. by Ilise Levy Feitshans [New York: Columbia University; I 995].Videocassette. Working draft.


Box 392 Studying the Sikhs : issues for North America. edited by John Stratton Hawley and Gurinder Singh Mann [Albany, New York]: State University of New York Press.SUNY series in religious studies.


Box 392 Future challenges of management education. edited by Richard D. Carter [New York]: Praeger; Prager special studies; Prager scientific.Published in cooperation with the Columbia University seminars on organization and management.


Box 392 A community of scholars: the University Seminars at Columbia. edited by Frank Tannenbaum New York; Washington: Frederick A. Pnieger.


Box 392 The antitrust impulse: an economic, historical, and legal analysis. Theodore P. Kovaleff, editor Armonk, New York; London, England: M. E. Sharpe; Columbia University seminar series.


Box 392 Toward sustainable development: struggling over India's Narmada River. William F. Fisher, editor Armonk, New York; London, England: M. E. Sharpe; Columbia University seminar series.


Box 392 Neurath, Paul. From Malthus to the Club of Rome and back: problems of limits to growth, population control, and migrations. Paul Neurath Armonk, New York; London, England: M. E. Sharpe; Columbia University seminar series.



Box 393 D'Arista, Jane W. The evolution of U.S. finance. Jane W. D'Arista Armonk, New York; London, England: M.E. Sharpe; Columbia University seminar series. Guttmann, Robert. How credit-money shapes the economy: the United States in a global system. Robert Guttmann Armonk, New York; London, England: M. E. Sharpe; Columbia University seminar series.


Box 393 Warren, Joyce W. Fanny Fern : an independent woman. Joyce W. Warren New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.


Box 393 Willis, Carol. Form follows finance: skyscrapers and skylines in New York and Chicago. Carol Willis 1st ed. ed. [New York]: Princeton Architectural Press.


Box 393 Vogel, Lise. Woman questions: essays for a materialist feminism. Lise Vogel New York: Routledge.Paperback.


Box 393 Schwartz, Joel. The New York approach: Robert Moses, urban liberals, and redevelopment of the inner city.


Box 393 Joel Schwartz Columbus, [Ohio]: Ohio State University Press; Urban life and urban landscape series.


Box 393 Fuchs, Ester R. May ors and money: fiscal policy in New York and Chicago. Ester R. Fuchs Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press; American politics and political economy series.Inscribed to the University Seminars.


Box 393 Nietzsche and Soviet culture: ally and adversary. edited by Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal [Cambridge, England]: Cambridge University Press; Cambridge studies in Russian literature.


Box 393 Sassen, Saskia. Losing control? : sovereignty in an age of globalization. Saskia Sassen New York: Columbia University Press; University Seminars: Leonard Hastings Schoff memorial lectures.


Box 393 Bernikow, Louise. The American women's almanac : an inspiring and irreverent women's history. Louise Bernikow, in association with the National Women's History Project, and developed by The Philip Lief Grouplst ed. ed. New York: Berkley Books.


Box 393 Moore, Deborah Dash. To the golden cities: pursuing the American Jewish Dream in Miami and L. A. Deborah Dash Moore New York: The Free Press; a division of Macmillan, Inc. ; Toronto: Maxwell Macmillan Canada New York; Oxford; Singapore; Sydney: Maxwell Macmillan International.


Box 393 Nepornnyashchy, Catharine Theimer. Abram Tertz and the poetics of crime. Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy New Haven and London: Yale University Press; Russian literature and thought.


Box 393 Dash, Irene G. Women's worlds in Shakespeare's plays. Irene G. Dash Newark: University of Delaware Press; London: Associated University Presses.


Box 393 Bogart, Michele H. Artists, advertising, and the borders of art. Michele H. Bogart Chicago & London: The University of Chicago Press.


Box 393 Kaplan, Marion A., [The making of the Jewish middle class. German]. 1iidisches Biirgertum: Frau, Familie und Identitat irn Kaiserreich. Marion A. Kaplan [Hamburg] : Dolling und Galitz Verlag; Studien zur jildischen Geschichte; 3.Inscribed to Dr. Warner and the University Seminars.


Box 393 Groneman, Carol. Nympho mania: a history. Carol Gronemanlst ed. ed. New York; London: W. W. Norton & Company.


Box 393 Armstrong, Christopher Drew. Qui transtulit sustinet : William Berges, Francis Kimball, and the architecture of Hartford's Trinity College. Christopher Drew Armstrong.Offprint of article from: Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, v. 59, no.2, June 2000 p.194-2159., June 2000


Box 393 Pollack, Robert. The faith of biology & the biology of faith : order, meaning, and free will in modern medical science. Robert Pollack New York: Columbia University Press.


Box 393 Mekler, Eva. Sunrise shows late: a novel. Eva Meklerlst ed. ed. Bridgehampton, New York: Bridge Works Publishing Company.



Box 394 Young, Serinity. Dreaming in the lotus: Buddhist dream narrative, imagery, & practice. Serinity Youn and foreword by Carol Schreier Rupprecht Boston: Wisdom Publications.


Box 394 Schooling for success : preventing repetition and dropout in Latin American primary schools. Laura Randall and Joan B. Anderson, editors Armonk, New York; London: M. E. Sharpe; Columbia University seminar series.


Box 394 Depictions: Slavic studies in the narrative and visual arts in honor of William E. Harkins. edited by Douglas


Box 394 M. Greenfield [Dana Point, California]: Ardis; Studies of the Harriman Institute.


Box 394 Russell, 1. M. Some painted bricks from Nineveh, a preliminary report. by J. M. Russel1.0ffrint from: Iranica antiqua, v.34, 1999 p.85-108., 1999


Box 394 Armitage, David. The idelogical origins of the British Empire. David Armitage [Cambridge, England; New York; Melbourne, Australia ; Madrid]: Cambridge University Press; Ideas in context.Paperback.


Box 394 Triner, Gail D. Banking and economic development: Brazil, 1889-1930. Gail D. Triner [New York; Houndrnills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, England]: Palgrave.


Box 394 Van Dyck, Karen. Kassandra and the censors : Greek poetry since 1967. Karen Van Dyck Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press; Reading women writing.Paperback.


Box 394 Italy's "southern question" : orientalism in one country. edited by Jane Schneider Oxford; New York: Berg.Paperback.


Box 394 Zucker, Ross. Democratic distributive justice. Ross Zucker [Cambridge, England; New York; Oakley, Victoria, Australia ; Madrid; Cape Town, South Africa]: Cambridge University Press.


Box 394 Dye, Alan. Cuban sugar in the age of mass production: technology and the economics of the Sugar Central, 1899-1929. Alan Dye Stanford, California: Stanford University Press; 98.


Box 394 Pugliese, Stanis lao G. Carlo Rosselli: socialist heretic and antifascist exile. Stanislao G. Pugliese Cambridge, Massachusetts; London: Harvard University Press; 99.Autographed.


Box 394 On the way to Nineveh: studies in honor of George M. Landes. edited by Stephen L. Cook and S. C. Winter Atlanta: Scholars Press; American Schools of Oriental Research books; 4.


Box 394 Golden, Stephanie. Slaying the mermaid: women and the culture of sacrifice. Stephanie Golden Ist ed. ed. New York: Harmony Books.


Box 394 Musser, Charles. Edison motion pictures, 1890-1900 an annotated filmography. Charles Musser [Washington,, 1890-1900


Box 394 D. c.]: Smithsonian Institution Press; Le Giomate del Cinema Muto.


Box 394 Encyclopedia of women and world religion. edited by Serinity Young New York: Macmillan Reference USA.


Box 394 The challenge of full employment in the global economy. Helen Lachs Ginsburg, June Zaccone, Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg, Sheila D. Collins, and Sumner M. Rosen New York: National Jobs for All Coalition.


Box 394 . Trurnbach, Randolph. Sex and the gender revolution. Randolph Trumbach Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press.Holdings: V.I. Heterosexuality and the third gender in Enlightenment London (cI998).


Box 394 Reyfrnan, Irina. Ritualized violence Russian style: the duel in Russian culture and literature. Irina Reyfman Stanford, California: Stanford University Press; Studies of the Harriman Institute, Columbia University.



Box 395 Schooling for success: preventing repetition and dropout in Latin American primary schools. Laura Randall and Joan B. Anderson, editors Annon}(, New York; London, England: M. E. Sharpe; Columbia University Seminar series.


Box 395 The arch rhetorician: or, The schemer's skimmer: a handbook of Jate Arabic badi . drawn from Abd ai-Ghani an-Nabulsi's Nafahat al-Azhar 'ala Nasamat aI-Ashar and smrunarized and systematized by Pierre Cachia Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag; 98; Studies in Arabic language and literature; 3.


Box 395 Strother, Z. S. Inventing masks: agency and history in the art of the central Pende. Z. S. Strother Chicago and London: The Univesity of Chicago Press.


Box 395 Dolkart, Andrew S. Morningside Heights: a history of its architecture & development. Andrew S. Dolkart New York: Columbia University Press; The Columbia history of urban life.


Box 395 Bulman, Raymond F. The lure of the millennium: the year 2000 and beyond. Raymond F. Bulman Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books., 2000


Box 395 Zupnick, Elliot. Visions and revisions: the United States in the global economy. Elliot Zupnick [Boulder, Colorado]: Westview Press; a member of the Perseus Books Group.


Box 395 Religion and human rights? : competing claims. Carrie Gustafson and Peter Juviler, editors Annonk, New York; London, England: M. E. Sharpe; Columbia University Seminar series.


Box 395 Haqqi, Yahya, Dima' wa-tin. English. Blood and mud: three narratives. by Yahya Haqqi and translated by Pierre Cachialst English language ed. ed. [Pueblo, Colorado: Passeggiata Press].An original by Passeggiata.


Box 395 Yelin, Louise. From the margins of empire: Christina Stead, Doris Lessing, Nadine Gordimer. Louise Yelin Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press; Reading women writing."First printing, Cornell paperbacks.".


Box 395 Between history and histories: the making of silences and commemorations. edited by Gerald Sider and Gavin Smith Toronto; Buffalo; London: University of Toronto Press; Anthropological horizons.Paperback.


Box 395 Contract and property in early modern China. edited by Madeleine Zelin, Jonathan K. Ocko and Robert Gardella Stanford, California: Stanford University Press; 2004.A study of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University.


Box 395 Migration: immigration and emigration in international perspective. edited by Leonore Loeb Adler and Uwe


Box 395 P. Gielen and foreword by Robert 1. Kleiner, Barnabas I. Okeke and Tom Sorensen Westport, Connecticut; London: Praeger.


Box 395 Gabbard, Krin. Black magic: white Hollywood and African American culture. Krin Gabbard New Brunswick, New Jersey; London: Rutgers University Press.


Box 395 Whittaker, Cynthia H. Russian monarchy: eighteenth-century rulers and writers in political dialogue. Cynthia Hyla Whittaker DeKalb, [Illinois]: Northern Illinois University Press; 200}.


Box 395 Young, Serinity. Courtesans and tantric consorts: sexualities in Buddhist narrative, iconography and ritual. Serinity Young New York: Routledge; 2004.


Box 395 Zitser, Ernest A. The transfigured kingdom: sacred parody and charismatic authority at the court of Peter the Great. Ernest A. Zitser Ithaca: Cornell University Press; 2004.


Box 395 .Sterritt, David. Screening the beats: media culture and the beat sensibility. David Sterritt Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.



Box 396 McLean, Stuart Stuart John. The event and its terros : Ireland, famine, modernity. Stuart McLean Stanford, Connecticut: Stanford University Press; 2004 Cultural memory in the present., 2004


Box 396 Sun, Yan. Corruption and market in contemporary China. Yan Sun Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press; 2004 ., 2004


Box 396 Children and their families in big cities: strategies for service reform. co-editors: Alfred J. Kahn and Sheila B. Kamerman New York: Cross-National Studies Research Program, Columbia University School of Social Work;


Box 396 Walsh, Judith E. Domesticity in colonial India: what women learned when men gave them advice. Judith E. Walsh Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.


Box 396 Cohen, Myron L. Kinship, contract, community, and state: anthropological perspectives on China. Myron L. Cohen Stanford, Connecticut: Stanford University Press; 2005 Studies of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University., 2005


Box 396 China's environment and the challenge of sustainable development. Kristen A. Day, editor and foreword by N.T. Wang Armonk, New York: M. E. Sharpe.


Box 396 Greene, Diana. Reinventing romantic poetry: Russian women poets of the mid-nineteenth century. Diana Greene Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press; 2004 Studies of the Harriman Institute., 2004


Box 396 Hendershot, Heather. Shaking the world for Jesus: media and conservative evangelical culture. Heather Hendershot Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2004.


Box 396 Mullin, Robert Bruce. The Puritan as Yankee: a life of Horace Bushnell. Robert Bruce Mullin and [foreword by Allen C. Guelzo] Grand Rapids, Michigan: W. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co.; Library of religious biography.


Box 396 Rosand, David. The invention of painting in America. David Rosand New York: Columbia University Press; University seminarslLeonard Hastings Schoof memorial lectures.


Box 396 Sinkoff, Nancy. Out of the shtetl : making Jews modem in the Polish borderlands. Nancy Sinkoff Providence: Brown Judaic Studies; Brown Judaic studies; 336.


Box 396 Tabb, William K. Economic governance in the age of globalization. William K. Tabb New York: Columbia University Press.


Box 396 Baron, Beth. Egypt as a woman: nationalism, gender, and politics. Beth Baron Berkeley: University of California Press.


Box 396 Golden, Janet. Message in a bottle: the making of fetal alcohol syndrome. by Janet Golden Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press; 2005.


Box 396 IIS.Lucia, Cynthia A. Barto Cynthia Anne Barto. Framing female lawyers: women on trial in film. Cynthia Lucialst ed. ed. Austin: University of Texas Press; 2005.


Box 396 Spense, Louise. Watching daytime soap operas: the power of pleasure. Louise Spence Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press.


Box 396 Families in global perspective. edited by Jaipaul L. Roopnarine, Uwe P. Gielen Boston: Pearson/Allyn and Bacon.

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