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 Record Group
Identifier: R-MC 070

Abstract: The Conference on Literature and the Urban Experience (hereafter referred to as "CLUE"), took place on April 17, 18, and 19, 1980, in the Robeson Center, Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey. It featured more than 50 distinguished writers and academics discussing a wide range of topics—"literature, theater, film, education, and the visual arts" focusing on the theme of urban experience. Designed as an educational experiment intended to engage a larger, public audience, CLUE intended to...
Identifier: MC 1213

Abstract: The Faith Ringgold Collection reflects many aspects of its creator's experiences as a teacher, artist, consultant, and curator. It consists primarily of documentation of Ringgold's August 1998 curriculum vitae (CV) and includes a selection of publications by and about the artist plus catalogs and promotional materials from solo, performance, and group exhibitions. Documents reflecting Ringgold's lectures, work-related correspondence, participation in conferences, programs, panels, television...
Identifier: R-MC 045


This collection consists of the personal papers and memorabilia of Lane Cooper, scholar, writer, a graduate of Rutgers College (1896) and professor of English language and literature at Cornell University, 1902-1943.

Identifier: R-MC 112

Abstract: The Norman Eiger Papers consist of primarily textual records that chronicle Eiger's twenty-six year career as an educator and student of labor movements throughout the world. In particular, the Papers document Eiger's faculty and administrative affiliation with the Rutgers University Institute of Management and Labor Relations (IMLR, now the School of Management and Labor Relations, SMLR), where Eiger served as chair of the Department of Labor Education and director of the Labor Education...
 Record Group
Identifier: RG 48/A1/01


Records of the Peithessophian Society, a student literary group founded at Rutgers College in 1825 for the intellectual broadening of its members. The Society ranged widely in membership size, probably over one hundred by the mid-19th century. It declined in membership after the Civil War, although it continued to exist until the late 1890's. It was revived briefly in the 1920's.

 Record Group
Identifier: RG 48/A2/01


Records of the Philoclean Society of Rutgers College, founded on December 8, 1825, the second of two college literary societies established in the nineteenth century.

Identifier: R-MC 140


Professor Remigio U. Pane was a professor of Italian at Rutgers University from 1939-1990s. As head of the romance language department he oversaw the department's transformation, helped to create the Rutgers Junior Year in Italy programme, and was highly active in educational communities as well as Italian-American ones. This collection reflects Pane's varied interests as well as his tenure at Rutgers.

Identifier: R-MC 050

Abstract: The papers of Richard P. McCormick document the career of a prolific scholar, educator, and college administrator. The papers consist of materials accrued during his life as a historian of the United States, New Jersey, and Rutgers University, and his academic and administrative career at Rutgers University. The collection dates from 1929 to 2003, with the bulk of the material from the period between 1940 and 1997. The records are contained in eighteen series: I. Biographical/Personal, II....
Identifier: R-MC 009


William Cole served as a distinguished professor of physiology and biochemistry at Rutgers University from 1928 to 1959. His papers include correspondence, drafts of speeches and articles, reprints of published materials, and other research files that document his scientific career.