Harold Garfinkel papers

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Title: Harold Garfinkel papers
Collection number: 1273
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 86 linear ft. (160 boxes)
Date (inclusive): 1952-2007
Abstract: Harold Garfinkel was a professor of sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) from 1954 to 1987. The papers include: materials relating to Garfinkel's study of correspondence received by California Governor Edmund G. (Pat) Brown regarding the criminal case of Caryl Chessman (executed on May 2, 1960) and issues regarding capital punishment; transcripts and audio recordings of UCLA course lectures by Garfinkel (Sociology Department); correspondence; speeches and presentations; reprints; research notes and data; and research proposals.
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact UCLA Library Special Collections for paging information.
Creator: Harold Garfinkel, 1917-2011

Restrictions on Access

Open for research. STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact UCLA Library Special Collections for paging information.

Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Harold Garfinkel papers (Collection 1273). Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Gift of Professor Harold Garfinkel, 1981 and 2010.

Biography/History

Harold Garfinkel was the social theorist who developed and utilized ethnomethodology to study social thought and practice. He received a BS in economics from the University of Newark in 1939; an MA in sociology from the University of North Carolina in 1942; and a Ph.D in sociology from Harvard University in 1952. He worked as an assistant professor (1954-1957) and professor of sociology (1960-1984) at UCLA. He received the Cooley-Mead Award of the Social Psychology Section of the American Sociological Association in 1995. He wrote Studies in Ethnomethodology published in 1967.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of materials relating to a project to study the correspondence received by the Governor of California, about the case of Caryl Chessman, 1959-1960, and related issues such as capital punishment. Chessman was convicted on various felony counts and his execution on May 2, 1960 brought to an end court proceedings that had lasted over a period of years.
The original letters to the Governor are arranged in several numbered sequences: a detailed description of both the arrangement and the numbering system, which was set up by the Governor's Office and subsequently retained, is given in Box 2, as part of what appears to be a draft progress report dated September 12, 1962, on the study project.
Correspondence is selected (not all correspondence is included).
The addition to the Harold Garfinkel Papers was acquired between 2008-2010 and includes Garfinkel's professional and research files dating prior to and after Garfinkel's Chessman research; selected audio recordings; correspondence and printed email; typed transcriptions of course lectures and presentations; reprints; research notes; and research proposals.

Note about Ethnomethodology

Ethnomethodology: "refer[s] to the investigation of the rational properties of indexical expressions and other practical actions as contingent ongoing accomplishments of organized artful practices of everyday life."

Abbreviations

  • HG = Harold Garfinkel
  • NIMH = National Institute for Mental Health
  • NPI = Neuropsychiatric Institute (University of California, Los Angeles)

Organization and Arrangement

Arranged in the following series:
  1. Correspondence and other files re: project (Boxes 1-3).
  2. Copies of case papers and court documents “Governor's Diary,” 1959-60 (Box 4).
  3. Card indexes re: project (Boxes 5-6).
  4. Samples of original letters to California Governor re: Chessman case (Boxes 7-12).
  5. Original letters to Governor Edmund G. (Pat) Brown (Boxes 13-148).

Processing Note

Addition to Collection 1273 processed by Charlotte B. Brown, University Archivist, 2008-2010.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Garfinkel, Harold--Archives.
University of California, Los Angeles. Dept. of Sociology--Faculty--Archival resources.
Chessman, Caryl, 1921-1960.
Sociologists--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources.

Container List

Boxes 1-3

Correspondence & other files re project.

Box 4

Copies of case papers & court documents “Governors Diary,” 1959-60.

Physical Description: (2 binders)
Boxes 5-6

Various card indexes re project.

Boxes 7-8

Samples of original letters to Governor of California re Chessman case [several sequences].

Boxes 9-12

Samples of original letters to Governor [one sequence].

 

Original Letters to Governor

 

“Con ex,” 1959-1960

Box 13

July 14-October 11, 1959. 1-176

Box 14

October 12 -13, 1959. 179-385

Box 15

October 12-13, 1959. 386-635

Box 16

October 14 -15, 1959. 637-961

Box 17

October 15-17, 1959. 962-1253

Box 18

October 17-19, 1959. 1267-1571

Box 19

October 19-21, 1959. 1572-1894

Box 20

October 21-November 12, 1959. 1896-2121

Box 21

November 13, 1950-January 9, 1960. 2122-2274

Box 22

January 10-29, 1960. 2275-2449

Box 23

January 29-31, 1960. 2450-2642

Box 24

February 1-4, 1960. 2647-2859

Box 25

February 4-8, 1960. 2860-3099

Box 26

February 8-10, 1960. 3100-3362

Box 27

February 10-12, 1960. 3363-3620

Box 28

February 12-13, 1960. 3623-3875

Box 29

February 14, 1960. 3880-4075

Box 30

February 15, 1960. 4076-4260

Box 31

February 15-16, 1960. 4261-4569

Box 32

February 16, 1960. 4571-4809

Box 33

February 16, 1960. 4810-5191

Box 34

February 17, 1960. 5192-5442

Box 35

February 17, 1960. 5443-5746

Box 36

February 17, 1960. 5747-6093

Box 37

February 17, 1960. 6094-6864

Box 38

February 18, 1960. 6865-7175

Box 39

February 18, 1960. 7176-8400

Box 40

February 18, 1960. 8401-9611

Box 41

February 18, 1960. 9612-10471

Box 42

February 19, 1960. 10472-10736

Box 43

February 19, 1960. 10737-10985

Box 44

February 19-20, 1960. 10986-11559

Box 45

February 20, 1960. 11560-11824

Box 46

February 20-21, 1960. 11825-12085

Box 47

February 21-22 1960. 12086-12320

Box 48

February 22, 1960. 12321-12555

Box 49

February 22, 1960. 12556-12853

Box 50

February 22-23, 1960. 12854-13136

Box 51

February 23-24, 1960. 13137-13411

Box 52

February 24, 1960. 13414-13691

Box 53

February 24-25, 1960. 13692-13956

Box 54

February 26, 1960. 13963-14275

Box 55

February 26-27, 1960. 14276-14552

Box 56

February 27-28, 1960. 14556-14870

Box 57

February 28-29, 1960. 14871-15136

Box 58

February 29-March 1, 1960. 15139-15460

Box 59

March 1-2, 1960. 15461-15757

Box 60

March 2-3, 1960. 15758-16056

Box 61

March 3, 1960. 16058-16332

Box 62

March 4-5, 1960. 16333-16655

Box 63

March 5-7, 1960. 16656-16933

Box 64

March 7-8, 1960. 16934-17222

Box 65

March 8-9, 1960. 17223-17541

Box 66

March 9-11, 1960. 17542-17859

Box 67

March 12-24, 1960. 17860-18063

Box 68

April 2-21, 1960. 18064-18283

Box 69

April 21-25, 1960. 18284-18526

Box 70

April 25-26, 1960. 18527-18825

Box 71

April 26, 1960. 18827-19072

Box 72

April 27, 1960. 19073-19280

Box 73

April 27, 1960. 19282-19593

Box 74

April 27-28, 1960. 19594-19839

Box 75

April 28-29, 1960. 19840-120182

Box 76

April 29, 1960. 120183-120687

Box 77

April 30-May 1, 1960. 120688-121557

Box 78

May 1-2, 1960; n.d. 121558-122388

 

“Pro ex,” 1959-1960

Box 79

October 10-19, 1959. 20001-20362

Box 80

October 19, 1959-January 30, 1960. 20364-20629

Box 81

January 30-February 9, 1960. 20630-20880

Box 82

February 10-16, 1960. 20881-21258

Box 83

February 16-17, 1960. 21259-21646

Box 84

February 18-19, 1960. 21648-21978

Box 85

February 19, 1960. 21980-22199

Box 86

February 19, 1960. 22200-22381

Box 87

February 19, 1960. 22382-22646

Box 88

February 19, 1960. 22647-22848

Box 89

February 19, 1960. 22849-23289

Box 90

February 20, 1960. 23290-23496

Box 91

February 20, 1960. 23497-23752

Box 92

February 20, 1960. 23753-24032

Box 93

February 20-21, 1960. 24033-24405

Box 94

February 21, 1960. 24406-24683

Box 95

February 21-22, 1960. 24684-24910

Box 96

February 22, 1960. 24911-25206

Box 97

February 22-23, 1960. 25207-25504

Box 98

February 23, 1960. 25505-25763

Box 99

February 23-24, 1960. 25764-26039

Box 100

February 24, 1960. 26040-26280

Box 101

February 24-25, 1960. 26281-26530

Box 102

February 26, 1960. 26531-26746

Box 103

February 26-27, 1960. 26747-27027

Box 104

February 27-March 1, 1960. 27028-27266

Box 105

March 1-3, 1960. 27267-27540

Box 106

March 3-6, 1960. 27541-27761

Box 107

March 7-8, 1960. 27763-28032

Box 108

March 8-11, 1960. 28033-28299

Box 109

March 11-17, 1960. 28301-28502

Box 110

March 17-25, 1960. 28504-28705

Box 111

March 26-April 8, 1960. 28706-28879

Box 112

April 9-19, 1960. 28900-29188

Box 113

April 19-May 1, 1960. 29189-29783

Box 114

May 2-5, 1960. 29784-30287

Box 114

October 8-13, 1959. 35005-35073

Box 115

October 14-15, 1959. 35074-35382

Box 116

October 15-17, 1959. 35383-35646

Box 117

October 17, 1959-April 26, 1960. 35647-35826

Box 118

April 26-28, 1960. 35827-36064

Box 119

April 28, 1960. 36065-36345

Box 120

April 28-29, 1960. 36346-36554

Box 121

April 29, 1960. 36555-36897

Box 122

April 29-30, 1960. 36898-37185

Box 123

April 30-May 24, 1960. 37187-37335

 

“Pro & con ex,” October 12, 1959-February 18, 1960

Box 123

October 12, 1959-February 18, 1960. 40001-40087

Box 124

February 19-20, 1960. 40088-40379

Box 125

February 21-26, 1960. 40380-40607

Box 126

February 27-29, 1960. 40608-40834

Box 127

March 1-15, 1960. 40835-41066

Box 128

March 18-April 27, 1960. 41067-41250

Box 129

April 28-May 2, 1960. 41251-41468

Box 129

October 18, 1959-February 19, 1960. 45001-45047

Box 130

February 19-27, 1960. 45049-45234

Box 131

February 28-April 18, 1960. 45235-45385

Box 132

Phone notes etc., & envelopes.” 45386-45474 April 19-May 1, 1960.

 

“Cecil Poole,” 1960

General note

[Date of Chessman's execution - May 2]
Box 133

May 2-3, 1960. 50001-50293

Box 134

May 3-18, 1960. 50294-50533

Box 135

n.d. 50535-50547

 

“Dick Tuck,” 1960

Box 135

February 7-March 3, 1960. 55001-55149

Box 136

March 3-April 16, 1960. 55150-55307

 

“Foreign,” [n.d.]

Box 137

A - Z. 60001-60213

Box 137

A - Cn. 65001-65999

Box 138

Co - Ir. 65100-65338

Box 139

It - Z. 65340-65597

Box 140

A - C. 70001-70234

Box 141

D - H. 70235-70553

Box 142

I - Po. 70554-70906

Box 143

Pu - Z. 70907-71121

Box 144-148

“786 petitions from the Los Angeles Times for clemency,” April 1960.

Physical Description: (Newsprint sheets in original envelopes)
Box 149

Clinic Study A. c.1959-60

Physical Description: 1 box of index cards

Scope and Content Note

Name cards, results, mail questions, procedures for clinical study.
Box 149

Miscellaneous audio recordings. c.1959

Physical Description: 12 audio tape reels (7 inch reels)
Box 149

Sex control group. Book I and Book II. n.d.

Physical Description: computer printouts
Box 150

Clinical study: reliability. c.1959-1965

Physical Description: 5 folders

Scope and Content Note

Includes keypunch card count sheets; notes on IBM and Unisort computer programs; clinical study rules.

General note

Full title of clinical study: Studies of Suitability for Psychiatric Outpatient Treatment; study conducted at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute/NPI.
Box 150

Miscellaneous audio recordings. c.1960-1975

Physical Description: 42 audio tape reels (7 inch reels)

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Ethnomethodology seminar, 1963; Wed[nesday] Group, 1965 December; Bittner, 1972 [lecture]; Pollner, 1972 [lecture]; Sacks, 1972 [lecture].
Box 151

Sociology 251. Ethnomethodology seminar. 1962 September - 1963 June

Physical Description: 22 folders

Scope and Content Note

Typed transcriptions of course lectures; transcriptions edited by Harold Garfinkel.
Box 151

Sociology 251. Ethnomethodology seminar. Reading signs. 1963 September - December

Physical Description: 6 folders

Scope and Content Note

Typed transcriptions of course lectures; transcriptions edited by Harold Garfinkel; includes transcriptions of a seminar discussion on the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy (November 1963)
Box 151

Sociology 251. Ethnomethodology seminar. 1964 February - May

Physical Description: 9 folders
Box 152

Clinical study: reliability. c.1959-1965

Physical Description: files and 2 audio reels

Scope and Content Note

Includes transcripts of Harold Garfinkel and study staff discussing design and implementation; documentation on coding of study results; code books; audio recordings.

General note

Full title of clinical study: Studies of Suitability for Psychiatric Outpatient Treatment; study conducted at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute/NPI.
Box 152

H.G. and Harvey Sacks publications and presentations 1967, 1969

Physical Description: 1 folder
Box 152

H.G. presentations and publications 1958 November 25, n.d.

Box 153

16th Annual Conference on World Affairs (University of Colorado, Boulder, CO). 1963 April 11-12

Physical Description: 1 folder

Scope and Content Note

Partially edited transcripts of talks delivered by Egon Bittner, Harold Garfinkel, and Harvey Sacks. Includes: Mocking up the rules of everyday activity (Garfinkel); More on mock-ups (Sacks); Reasonable accounts (Garfinkel); Ethical symbols (Bittner); Rose and Sacks on translations.
Box 153

Edward Rose and Harold Garfinkel. Talks in Boulder [Colorado]. 1963 October 15-16

Scope and Content Note

Typed transcript.
Box 153

MacArthur, Nancy. 1967

Physical Description: typed transcripts
Box 153

Open colloquium summer session, Boston University. 1975 June-July

Physical Description: 9 folders

Scope and Content Note

Typed transcripts. Seminar topics include: Maxims and studies - three glosses; Mundane accountable structure of lectures; Queue structures; Building a series of comparison policies; Unique adequacy; Kid's talk; Natural availability of order.
Box 153

Predicting the effects of time and rate of supervisory succession upon group performance. 1953 June

Scope and Content Note

Research proposal abstract to Personnel Research Board, [Harvard University?].
Box 153

Seminar in Sociology. (Department of Psychiatry, UCLA School of Medicine.) 1957 Fall

Physical Description: 3 folders

Scope and Content Note

Course files and related bibliographies.
Box 153

Sociology 172. Contemporary sociological theorizing - Parsons. 1963 February-May

Physical Description: 23 folders
Box 153

Sociology 179. Study of Norms. 1966 February - June

Physical Description: .25 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

Typed transcripts of class discussions.
Box 153

Sociology 251. Social maladjustment: sociology of mental disorder. 1957 Spring

Physical Description: 1 folder
Box 153

Sociology 251. Topics in problems of social order: rational actions. 1964 September - 1965 January

Physical Description: 12 folders

Scope and Content Note

Typed transcripts.
Box 153

The Alligator Episode. 1975-1976

Physical Description: black/white photograph contact prints

Scope and Content Note

Transcription of "Alligator" and related photographs.

General note

Relates to Garfinkel's public lectures: "On the study of naturally organized activities" (Boston University, Summer 1975) and "An introduction for novices to the study of naturally organized activities" (New York University, November 1976). Also referenced in "Studies of Kids' Culture and Kids' Talk" by Garfinkel, George Girton, Eric Livingston, and Harvey Sacks.
Box 154

Articles, conference handouts, preprints. 1977-1998

Physical Description: 16 folders

Scope and Content Note

Selected articles, etc. NOT authored by Harold Garfinkel.
Box 154

Correspondence. 1950-1999

Physical Description: 18 folders

Scope and Content Note

Includes: selected professional correspondence, memos; UCLA correspondence, memos. Arranged chronologically.
Box 154

Research proposals, publishing proposals. 1956-1965

Physical Description: 1 folder

Scope and Content Note

Proposals submitted by Garfinkel. Includes 1956 National Institute of Mental Health/NIMH Senior Fellowship proposal.
Box 155

American Sociological Review. 1960; 1962-1965

Scope and Content Note

Includes Garfinkel's referee reviews of submitted manuscripts.
Box 155

Barak, Henry. no date

Scope and Content Note

Transcripts (draft with edits and final).
Box 155

Boder, David P. 1957

Physical Description: 2 folders

Scope and Content Note

Includes index to "Topical autobiographies of displaced people," (Los Angeles, 1957); mimeograph copy with Garfinkel(?) edits, "Tale of Anna Kovitzka," n.d.

General note

David P. Boder, Research Associate/UCLA Department of Psychology, 1952-1962.
Box 155

Conference. Garfinkel and Howard Schwartz. 1967 July 22; 1967 June 17

Box 155

Driscoll, James Patrick. 1968-1969

Scope and Content Note

Includes copy of Driscoll's San Francisco State College Master's Thesis, "The Transsexuals" (1968 September).
Box 155

Eglin, Trent and Joan Sacks. 1967 May 15

Scope and Content Note

Mimeograph notes on 'Citation Study.'
Box 155

Esken, Vicki. 1967 February 22

Physical Description: 1 folder; 1 reel audio tape (5")

Scope and Content Note

Harold Garfinkel's notes
Box 155

Kairath, Judy. 1963 May 21

Scope and Content Note

Typed transcript about Lysergic acid (LSD); includes Harold Garfinkel note on Carlos Castaneda. File also labeled: Sociology 251.
Box 155

Massachusetts Mental Health Center. Department of Mental Health / Harvard Medical School. Department of Psychiatry. Research Training Program in Social Psychiatry. 1967 September - 1968 March

General note

Eilliott G. Mishler, Program Director.
Box 155

Provo [provocateur] materials. 1967

Scope and Content Note

Includes issues of the publications: "Provo: the Underground Tab" (1967 June); "Provo: the Guardian of Morals" (1967 September). Seven issues of miscellaneous Los Angeles, California independent newspapers dating from 1967; black/white photographic snapshots of the Free Press Bookstore (Los Angeles, 1967 February); photocopies; news clippings.

General note

Provo is an abbreviation of 'provocateur.'
Box 155

Psychiatry, Department of (UCLA).

Scope and Content Note

Includes memos, seminar schedules.
Box 155

Purdue Conference (2nd Purdue Conference). 1967 May 8

Scope and Content Note

Transcripts of presentations by Kathy Crittendon, Richard J. Hill, and Harold Garfinkel.
Box 155

Queues. 1969 April 4

Scope and Content Note

Harold Garfinkel's mimeograph notes.
Box 155

Quint, Jeanne C., R.N. 1960-1963

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Quint's paper entitled 'Radical Mastectomy;' correspondence between Quint and Garfinkel.
Box 155

Simko, Maryann and Alberta [Simko?]. "Lies." 1968 September 18

Scope and Content Note

Transcript of interview by Harold Garfinkel.
Box 155

Sociology 148. Normal Environments. 1969 January

Box 155

Sociology 149. A Study of Norms. 1974 April to June

Physical Description: 12 folders
Box 155

Sociology 178. Normal Environments. 1965 October - 1966 January

Physical Description: 24 folders
Box 155

Sociology 181. Sociopathic Behavior. 1960 September

Scope and Content Note

Course related information; includes typed carbon copy of paper by Edward J. Kollar (UCLA Department of Psychiatry), "Psychological stress..."
Box 155

Sociology, Department of (UCLA). 1962-1978

Box 155

SPC phone calls. 1963

Scope and Content Note

Handwritten index cards about phone calls.
Box 155

Thesis seminar. Garfinkel and Don Zimmerman. 1965 April

Box 156

"Eliza." 1968 April

Scope and Content Note

Transcripts.
Box 156

American Sociological Association (ASA). Ethnomethodology Session. 1988

Physical Description: 3 folders

Scope and Content Note

Papers submitted for presentation at the ASA 1989 Ethnomethodology Session.
Box 156

Baccus, Melinda and Harold Garfinkel. no date

Scope and Content Note

Transcript.
Box 156

Davis, Sherry and Harold Garfinkel. 1974 November - 1975 March; no date

Physical Description: 3 folders

Scope and Content Note

Ten (10) unedited transcripts.
Box 156

Girton, George and Harold Garfinkel. 1974 November; 1975 January

Scope and Content Note

Transcripts.
Box 156

Korn, Bill and Couch. 1969 February

Scope and Content Note

Transcripts.
Box 156

Pepinsky, Harold. Conference on human information processing (Ohio State University). 1967 November 10

Scope and Content Note

Transcript of Garfinkel's remarks.
Box 156

Publications, speeches, presentations. 1950-1989

Physical Description: .5 linear ft.

Scope and Content Note

Publications, speeches, and presentations by Harold Garfinkel; arranged chronologically.
Box 156

Sociology 148. Normal Environments. 1968 Fall

Box 156

Sociology 218A. Ethnomethodological Methods. 1968 Fall

Box 156

Sociology 251. Topics in the Problems of Social Order. 1973 Spring

Physical Description: 3 folders
Box 156

U.S. Air Force. Behavioral Science Division. Decision making and practical action grant. 1969-1970

General note

SEE ALSO box 9: Air Force Office of Scientific Research (1961).
Box 156

UCLA Sociology students and Harold Garfinkel. no date

Scope and Content Note

Unedited transcript.
Box 156

Wikler, Lynn and Harold Garfinkel. 1975 April

Scope and Content Note

Unedited transcripts.
Box 157

Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR). 1961-1970

Physical Description: 2 folders
Box 157

Formatting in queues. 1969; 1979-1982

Box 157

Goffman, Erving. 1952-1954

Scope and Content Note

Includes 1954 March unpublished typed Goffman manuscript, "The Management of Impressions in Social Establishments."
Box 157

Gurwitsch, Aron. Theory of the field of consciousness. 1957-1958

Physical Description: 5 folders

Scope and Content Note

Includes handwritten translation from French by Arturo Biblarz (1958 Fall): "Theorie du Champ de la Conscience" (1957).
Box 157

Mike Mend and Harold Garfinkel coding procedures. 1960

Physical Description: 2 folders

Scope and Content Note

Typed transcript.
Box 157

Petty, Don. 1977 January

Physical Description: 1 folder

Scope and Content Note

Transcript with Garfinkel and S. Burns.
Box 157

Provo. 1967 May/June

Box 157

Publications, speeches, presentations. 1989-1990

Physical Description: 3 folders

Scope and Content Note

Publications, speeches, and presentations by Harold Garfinkel; arranged chronologically.
Box 157

Sketch argument tying E-intractable problems to the possibility of radicalizing science pedagogy... 1983

Box 157

Sociology 143. 1978 Spring Qtr.

Scope and Content Note

Wearing inverted lenses student class exercise.
Box 157

Sociology 148. 1978 Spring Qtr.

Scope and Content Note

Analysis of classroom blackboard notes student class exercise; includes black/white photographic prints of blackboards.
Box 157

Sociology 148. 1978 Spring Qtr.

Scope and Content Note

Ringing telephones student class exercise.
Box 157

Sociology 149. 1987 March

Physical Description: 11 folders

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographic snapshots of UCLA campus, Westwood, and West Los Angeles; photographs taken by UCLA students for class projects on 'Icons' and 'Queues.'
Box 157

Sociology 218 A and B. 1979-1980

Scope and Content Note

Ken Lieberman's typed class notes.
Box 157

Sociology 251. Seminar: Sciences of Practical Action. 1984 Fall Qtr.; 1985 Winter Qtr.

Physical Description: 3 folders

Scope and Content Note

Edited transcripts.
Box 157

Structural strain.

Scope and Content Note

Includes discussion by Talcott Parsons of study by Marjorie Fiske, "Book Selection and Retention in California Public School Libraries" (no date).
Box 157

Teaching math theorem proving in geometry. 1983

Box 158

Neuropsychiatric Institute (NPI). Cohort study code sheets. closed cases, 1958-1960. c.1961

Box 158

Neuropsychiatric Institute (NPI) study. Patient information.

Scope and Content Note

SEALED - contains information identifying patient names.
Box 158

Pat, Mike Mend, and Harold Garfinkel. c. 1961

Physical Description: 1 folder

Scope and Content Note

Transcript about the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute (NPI) research methodology: coding, reliability, intake interview, psychological testing.
Box 158

H.G. article 1990

Physical Description: 1 folder
Box 158

Understanding language use in everyday life. University of Calgary conference. 1989

Box 158

Neuropsychiatric Institute NPI n.d.

Physical Description: 1 folder
Box 158

R at work 2A and B n.d.

Physical Description: 1 folder
Box 159

Boston lectures and seminars. 1975 June, July

Physical Description: 2 folders

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies of transcriptions by Richard Van de Water.
Box 159

Correspondence. 1993-2007

Physical Description: 3 folders
Box 159

Crabtree, Andy. correspondence. 2002-2003

Box 159

Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Section (American Sociological Association). 1993, 2006-2007

Scope and Content Note

Includes issues of the newsletter published by Paul ten Have.
Box 159

Hybrid studies publication proposal. 1998-1999

Scope and Content Note

Proposal based on August 1998 American Sociological Association conference presentation, "Ethnomethodology: hybrid studies of the work place and technology." Includes email and papers.
Box 159

Notes, lists by H.G. n.d.

Box 159

Pubs not by H.G. 1974-1998

Physical Description: 3 folders
Box 159

Publications, speeches, presentations. 1977; 1985; 1989; 1994-2004

Physical Description: 29 folders

Scope and Content Note

Publications, speeches, and presentations by Harold Garfinkel; arranged chronologically.
Box 159

Questions and answers about Ethnomethodology. Candidates for Ph.D. in Sociology. c.1978

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies with Garfinkel's annotations.
Box 159

Soc. 271 Ethnomethodology (1998 Spring Quarter) 1998

Physical Description: 1 folder
Box 159

Work practices and technology group. 1998 February 26

Physical Description: 1 folder

Scope and Content Note

Transcription.
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UCLA classroom chalk boards c.1969

Scope and Content

Photos of board notes.
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Agre, Phil. 1998-1999

Scope and Content Note

Emails, papers re: Hybrid Studies proposal.
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Correspondence. 1998-2005

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Enquete. 1998-1999

Scope and Content Note

French translation and publication of H.G. article "Central claims of ethnomethodology...working out Durkheim's aphorisms."
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Fele, Giolo. 2005

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Hybrid studies publication proposal. 1998-1999

Physical Description: 3 folders

Scope and Content Note

Proposal based on August 1998 American Sociological Association conference presentation, "Ethnomethodology: hybrid studies of the work place and technology." Includes email and papers.
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Morrison, Ken. "The disavowal of the social in the American reception of Durkeim." 2000-2001

Scope and Content Note

Copy of Morrison's article annotated by H.G.
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Orr, Julian. 1998-1999

Scope and Content Note

Emails, papers re: Hybrid Studies proposal.
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Publications, speeches, presentations. 1987, 2001, 2004

Physical Description: 2 folders

Scope and Content Note

Publications, speeches, and presentations by Harold Garfinkel; arranged chronologically.
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Wieder, D. Lawrence. 1996; 1998; 2005