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The first series of the Stansky papers consists of three different sections, each representing a distinct academic activity he was involved with: his committee involvement, his publishing activities, and his library correspondence. His committee work ranged from Academic Senate, the Drama Department, the English Department, the Land and Building Committee, and the Foreign Campus Sub-Committee which was centered in Cliveden, England. An addition made in 2003 consists of two scrapbooks on Stansky's career, 1960-69. Accession 2015-167 contains materials from Stansky's early education, family letters, and research about Marina Alandra Vaizey. Accession 2017-060 contains research files for Stansky's book “Edward Upward: Art and Life.”
Peter Stansky received his first BA in History from Yale, and a few years later received his second BA in History from King's College, Cambridge. He contemplated a career in law, but eventually earned his Ph.D. in History from Harvard University. He taught at Harvard until 1968, when he left to join the Stanford faculty, where he has remained since. In 1974 Stansky became the holder of the endowed Frances and Charles Field Chair in History, and has been the chairman of the History Department for a least two terms. He is the Author of THE UNKNOWN ORWELL, ENGLAND SINCE 1867: CONTINUITY AND CHANGE, AMBITIONS AND STRATEGIES, and others.
34.75 Linear Feet (31 boxes)
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