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Michelson (Annette) papers, 1861-2014 (bulk 1969-2002)
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The Annette Michelson papers represent the dynamic career of the American art and film critic, translator, editor, and scholar. The collection comprises correspondence, research material, writings by Michelson and others, and papers related to various conferences. Michelson's papers span her broad range of interests in avant-garde production in both contemporary art and experimental cinema.
Born in New York in 1922, Annette Michelson was an American art and film critic, translator, editor, and scholar. She contributed significantly to the fields of cinema studies and the international avant-garde in visual culture. She was a founding editor of October and was a Professor Emerita in New York University's (NYU) Department of Cinema Studies.
82 Linear Feet (183 boxes and 2 flatfile folders. Computer media: .001 GB [5 files]) 102 unprocessed disks and two unprocessed USB flash drives.
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Open for use by qualified researchers, with the exception of unreformatted audio visual and born digital materials, which are unavailable until reformatted. Evaluated student papers in box 60 and 157 are sealed for students' lifetimes. Michelson's medical papers in box 52 and 155 are sealed for her lifetime plus fifty years.