Papers reflect his career as scholar
and teacher at Stanford University. Included are class files, lectures, drafts of articles
and reviews, administrative files, and correspondence. There are also files on student
unrest of the late 60s and early 70s.
Professor Emeritus of English at Stanford University, Moser earned his Ph.D. at Harvard in
1955. He taught at Wellesley before joining the Stanford faculty. His published works
include Wuthering Heights: Text, Sources, Criticism (1962); Lord Jim; an Authoritative Text
(1968); and The Life in the Fiction of Ford Madox Ford (1980).
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This collection is open for research. Accession 2012-083 boxes 4 and 5 contain student
grades and promotion/tenure files. These boxes are restricted until January 1, 2072.