Papers relating to the career of James Berlin, Professor of English at Purdue University and major figure in the development of cultural studies pedagogy in rhetoric and composition. Materials include NEH Seminar (1977-1979), Teaching Materials (1980-1994), Research Materials (1884-1993), Collegial Correspondence (1979-1992), and Faculty Governance and Community Activism (1985-1993). Included in the Faculty Governance series is a report on "The Status of Women at Purdue and the Need for a Fully Funded Women's Resource Office."
Please see PDF Finding Aid for collection inventory.
Series 1: NEH Seminar Materials, 1978-1979
Series 2: Teaching materials, 1981-1994
Series 3: Research materials, 1984-1994
Series 4: Collegial correspondence, 1979-1994
Series 5: Faculty goverence and community activism, 1987-1994
Series 6: Confidential materials, 1981-1994
Series 7: Conferences, seminars, symposiums, etc., 1978-1994
Series 8: Evaluations, tenure information, letter of accesptance, speaker invitations, and grant information, 1980-1993
Series 9: Writing and publication information, 1975-1996
Series 10: Miscellaneous information, 1981-1991