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Emory University.

Academic departments and programs collection, 1925-1995

1 linear ft. (2 boxes)

Collection contains material assembled from various Emory University academic departments, institutes, and programs. Included are course listings, promotional materials, memoranda, and occasional departmental statements of purpose and historical sketches.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University. Center for Creativity and Arts.

Center for Creativity and Arts records, 1998-2010

2.5 linear ft. (5 boxes) and

Records contain promotional materials for arts events at Emory University collected by the Center for Creativity and Arts, including those collected from performing and visual arts groups, museums, and lecture series promoted by such campus institutions as the Art History Department, The Creative Writing Department, the Music Department, the Dance Program, the Film Studies Department, and the Michael C. Carlos Museum, among others.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University. Creative Writing Program.

Creative Writing Progam records, 1990-2007

2.25 linear ft. (5 boxes) and 1 oversized paper (OP)

The collection contains materials from the Creative Writing Program at Emory University and includes promotional materials and audio recordings of the Creative Writing Reading Series and the Summer Writing Institute.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University. Dance Program.

Dance Program records, 1987-2011

1.75 linear ft. (3 boxes), 7 oversize paper folders (OP), and

Clippings, programs, and ephemera from the Emory Dance Program.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Emory University. Emory College of Arts and Sciences. Office of the Dean.

Dean of Emory College of Arts and Sciences records, 1919-1998

11.5 linear ft. (24 boxes)

The collection contains records from the Office of the Dean of Emory College of Arts and Sciences, as well as materials related to Graduate School governance, such as annual reports, minutes, correspondence, faculty information, subject files, and visual materials. Notable topics and events represented in the collection include coeducation, racial integration, faculty member J. J. Altizer and his "God is Dead" theology, student protests and subsequent court trials in the 1970s, and departmental formations and reorganizations.

Repository: Emory University Archives