Subseries 1.8
Subject files, 1919-1988
Box 17, 24

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 1.8 contains subject files maintained by the Office of the Dean of Emory College of Arts and Sciences relating people, programs, and specific events and issues. Notable in this subseries are files relating to controversy surrounding Thomas J. J. Altizer's 1968 TIME Magazine article regarding the "Death of God," as well as a 1960 Symposium on the Effects of Psychiatric Theories on Modern Society that was charged with bias because of a lack of psychiatric experts present. Additionally, a subject file containing correspondence about Emory's decision to desegregate is included in this subseries.

Arrangement Note

Arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder Content
17 1 African American Institute - AFGRAD Fellows at Emory, 1969-1972 [RESTRICTED until 2047]
17 2 Altizer, Thomas J. J., 1962-1966
17 3 Altizer, Thomas J. J., correspondence, 1956-1968 [Selected materials removed and RESTRICTED until 2043]
17 4 Beatty, Alvin, 1946-1967
17 5 Candler, Warren A., 1919-1941
17 6 Course proposals, 1965-1988
17 7 "Development of Emory University" manuscript, 1963
24 3 Faculty Advisers' Manual, undated
24 4 Lower and upper division rosters, 1958-1959
24 5 Orientation for Transfer Students, 1959
24 6 Printed material, 1961-1979, undated
17 8 Responses to desegregation resolution, 1961
17 9 Responses to "Is God Dead?" controversy, 1966-1967
17 10 Self-study: Letters from consultants on College departments, 1961 [RESTRICTED until 2036]
17 11 Stephens, John Calhoun, 1962-1965 [RESTRICTED until 2050]
24 7 Student organizations and presidents roster, 1960-1961
17 12 Symposium on the Effects of Psychiatric Thoeries on Modern Society, 1960
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