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Ralph Cohen papers and "New Literary History" records

 Collection
Identifier: RG-24/54/1.151
Content Description This collection contains the teaching, research, and personal papers of Ralph Cohen, the William R. Kenan, Jr. professor of English from the University of Virginia from 1948-2016; and the records of the "New Literary History", an international, interdisciplinary, award-winning journal that Cohen founded and edited from 1969 to 2009 at the University of Virginia. The records of the New Literary History Journal (1969-2016) (Series 1) contain correspondence, contributors' articles, proofs,...
Dates: 1948-2016

Ravindra S. Khare papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 16428
Content Description Ravindra S. Khare papers (1938-2017; 13.40 cubic feet) include correspondence, course notes and syllabi, meeting minutes and agendas, reprints, and drafts of articles related to Ravindra S. Khare, Professor of Anthropology, and Khare's teaching, research, and service. In particular, the materials document international commission work, UVA committees, and Khare's teaching and research on social inequalities, globalization, the anthropology of food, and social and political topics and movements...
Dates: 1936-2017

Robert L. Vickery papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS -15923
Scope and Contents The Robert L. Vickery papers (0.5 cubic feet) consists of essays, recollections, research, sketches, and talk lectures of Robert L. Vickery from 1970 to 2010 while he was an architect and professor at the University of Virgina. There are essays on architecture and learning, a grant proposal about architecture in Japan and America, his recollections from 1970 to 2010, his research on Thomas Jefferson architecture, and a resume of Vickery's work.Works mentioned in the...
Dates: 1970-2010

Albert Frederick Wilson papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS -16340
Content Description The papers chiefly consist of letters Albert Frederick Wilson (1883-1940) sent to his mother in New Jersey while a student at the University of Virginia. There is also some correspondence from Wilson's father and grandfather; family photographs; and unpublished manuscripts by Wilson. Most of the letters are handwritten. But starting in 1906, typewritten letters become more frequent. The roles of African Americans at the University of Virginia are mentioned several times in his...
Dates: circa 1840-1934