Scope and Content
Materials include ethnomethodology papers and articles by Pollner's colleagues, many of which are unpublished, and his related
Box 4: Working notes for studies of observer-observed relationships and notes on inclusion and distance.
Box 5: Aaron V. Cicourel file which includes the following drafts: "Observing the Everyday World in the Act and After the
Fact: Structural and Processual Explanations of Discourse and Social Networks in Task-Oriented Environments" and "The Interpenetration
of Communicative Contexts: Examples from Medical Encounters.
Box 6: Files include articles, drafts and notes from the following colleagues: Mike Lynch, Richard A. Hilbert, Harold Garfinkel,
Eric Livingston, Harvey Sacks, Scott Jacbos, Sally Jackson, Samuel Vuchinich, Max Levin, Albert B. Robillard, Edmond Wright,
Jeff Coulter, D. Lawrence Wieder, Alan Blum, Deirdre Boden, James L. Heap, Michael Moerman, David Silverman, Kenneth Charles
Leiter and Phillip J. Kuykendall.
Box 7: Files include articles from the following scholars: David T. Helm, Charles Blondel and Dale Lowery.
Box 8: "Delusions of Competence: A Socio-Behavioral Study of the Maintenance of a Deviant Belief System in a Family with a
Retarded Child" by Marilyn McDonald Wikler, a bound dissertation inscribed to Mel from Lynn.
Box 9: Files include papers, presentations and notes from the following: Paul Filmer, Michael Phillipson, Maurice Roche, Barry
Sandywell, David Silverman, Larry Woods, Gail Jefferson, Seymour Papert, Albert Adato, Craig MacAndrew, Uta Gerhardt, Bob
MacKay, Carlos Castaneda, Howard Schwartz, Harold Garfinkel, Roy Turner, Alan Ryave, Carol A.B. Warren, Robert M. Emerson,
Bennetta Jules-Rosette, Peter Eglin, Harvey Sacks, Joan P. Emerson, J. Maxwell Atkinson, John Heritage and Jo Anne Goldberg.
Box 10: Files include papers from the following: Timothy Anderson, Aaron V. Cicourel, Robert M. Emerson, Michael E. Lynch,
Albert Adato, Ray McDermott, William D. Darrough, Howard Schwartz, Jon Driessen, James A. Holstien, Jim Heap, Bruce A. Katz,
Bennetta Jules-Rosette, Jim Schenkein, John Heritage, Michael Moerman, Kenneth Leiter, Russ Rueger, Marshall Shumsky, Harvey
Sacks, Jean Widmer, Anita Pomerantz and Roy Turner.
Box 11: Files include papers from the following: Harvey Sacks, Harold Garfinkel, Gail Jefferson, Jeff Coulter, Albert B. Robillard,
Thomas P. Wilson, Lindsey Churchill, John Heritage, Renee R. Anspach, Aaron V. Cicourel, Paul Drew, Dorothy E. Smith, James
A. Holstein, Hugh "Bud" Mehan, Wayne A. Beach, Norbert Wiley, Richard A. Hilbert and Ethnomethodology Newsletter No. 1 compiled
at the Department of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Box 12: Files include papers from the following: Alan F. Blum, Jeff Coulter, Louis Narens, Peter E. Lord, Bennetta Jules-Rosette,
Sherri Cavan, Douglas W. Maynard, David A. Goode, William D. Darrough, D. Lawrence Wieder and Don H. Zimmerman. Materials
also include a copy of Pollner's "On the Foundations of Mundane Reasoning" dissertation, Harold Garfinkel's "Some Sociological
Methods for Making Everyday Activities Observable" and a binder of lectures by Harvey Sacks.
Box 13: Files include papers by Harold Garfinkel, Louis Narens, D. Lawrence Wieder, Don H. Zimmerman, Albert B. Robillard,
Joan C. Zielinski and Berkeley Journal of Sociology which includes articles by Harvey Sacks, Sherri Cavan, Marvin B. Scott,
Carl Werthman and Emanuel A. Schegloff.
Box 14: California Mental Health Research Monographs by Dorothy Miller including Words That Fail Part I: Retrospective Analysis
of Mental Patients' Careers and Words That Fail Part II: Disbanded Worlds: A Study of Returns to the Mental Hospital. Materials
also include a bound copy of Case Studies submitted to the Administrative Director, Southwestern Montana Drug Program and
Anita Pomerantz's article, "Extreme Case Formulations: A Way of Legitimizing Claims."
Box 15: A copy of Anita Pomerantz's paper, "Presenting 'Raw Data' as a Conversational Practice" and copies of Peter Eglin's
papers, "Reality Disjunctures on Telegraph Avenue: A Study in Practical Reasoning and the Law," "Leaving Out the Interpreter's
Work: A Methodological Critique of Ethnosemantics Based on Ethnomethodology" and "What Should Sociology Explain - Regularities,
Rules or Interpretations?"