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Series III: Professional Papers, 1929-1990

Series III encompasses all records affiliated with Schapiro's academic and professional life, this includes materials relating to lectures that were delivered outside his formal academic appointments.

Subseries: III.1: Administrative Records, 1950s-1990s

Files in this subseries are representative of the daily administrative functions of Schapiro's role as a professor, scholar, and academic. They include requests for letters of recommendation, requests for interviews, and other assorted office files that pertain to his academic position. This includes materials for general courses, fellowship applications, and other files directly related to his standing as a university professor.

Letters of recommendation requests
1940s

Box 179
Folder 1
1950s
(3 Folders)
Box 179
Folder 2 to 4
1960s
Box 179
Folder 5
1970s
Box 179
Folder 6
1980-1982
Box 179
Folder 7
1983-1985
Box 179
Folder 8
1986-1989
Box 179
Folder 9
1990s
Box 179
Folder 10
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellowship -- Application, correspondence, and notes,
1939

Box 656
Folder 1

(Schapiro's project was the "preparation of a corpus of the paintings, drawings and ornament in manuscripts of southern France from 10th to the end of the 12th century with an analysis and interpretation of these works.")

Lectures, symposiums, and moderated panels Schapiro participated in -- Programs, invitations, and broadsides, 1939-1979
Box 656
Folder 2
Financial records, 1930s-1980s
Box 656
Folder 3
Lists of journals held in faculty office,
1960s
Box 656
Folder 4
Meyer Schapiro appointed University Professor -- Press release and clippings,
1965 October 31
Box 656
Folder 5
Lists of photographers, artists, and scholars who have worked or studied with Meyer Schapiro,
1980s
Box 656
Folder 6
Lists relating to correspondence,
1980s
Box 656
Folder 7
Interview and research requests -- Correspondence, 1980s-1990s
Box 656
Folder 8
Reproductions -- Slides used in various professional lectures

Box 180
Folder 1
Lists of reproductions used in courses and lectures, organized by artist, 1960s-1980s
Box 180
Folder 2
Lists of reproductions used in courses and lectures, 1960s-1981
(3 Folders)
Box 180
Folder 3 to 5

Subseries: III.2: Courses, 1929-1977

While predominantly known as a professor at Columbia University, Schapiro also taught courses at the New School for Social Research, New York University, and other institutions. This subseries groups these course materials and is further arranged by institution.

Sub-Subseries: III.2.1: Columbia University, 1929-1977

Schapiro's role as a faculty member at Columbia University went uninterrupted from 1928 until 1978, a full 50 years of academic service. Schapiro began his formal teaching at Columbia beginning in 1928, when he became a "Lecturer" in the Fine Arts department, where art history courses were taught in the same department as those focused on the practice of fine arts. An independent art history department would not be established until 1961.Four years later, in 1965, Schapiro was appointed University Professor, the second such honor bestowed to a faculty member at Columbia at the time. In 1973, Schapiro become University Professor Emeritus at Columbia and would continue to teach until 1978.

The records in this sub-subseries contain material to classes Schapiro taught at Columbia throughout his career at the university. They include typescripts, notes, slide lists, and transcripts of his lectures.

The sub-subseries is organized chronologically beginning in 1929, the year in which records first appear in the collection. Schapiro titled his classes differently then they appear in official class bulletins. To maintain consistency, all class titles conform to official titles retrieved from department class bulletins published by Columbia University and housed at the University Archives at the Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

Several of these courses have been recorded and are housed in Series VII: Sound and video recording, Subseries: VII.2: Audiocassettes and audiotapes. Those courses that have been recorded will be indicated as such after the course title in this sub-subseries. Additionally, these courses are also cross-referenced in Series VII, Subseries: VII.2.

Course proposals and professional notes, 1929-1940s

Box 181
Folder 1
The illumination of early Christian and Medieval manuscripts (Fine Arts 273-274) -- Lecture outlines and notes,
1929
Box 181
Folder 2
Modern painting (Fine Arts s136) -- Lecture outlines and notes,
1930s
Box 181
Folder 3
Modern painting (Fine Arts s136) -- Bibliographies and assignments,
1930s
Box 181
Folder 4
Romanesque sculpture (Fine Arts 153) -- Lecture outlines and notes,
1930s
Box 181
Folder 5
Medieval and early Christian art -- Lecture outlines and notes, 1930s-1940s
Box 181
Folder 6
Early Christian and late classic art -- Examinations, notes, and clippings, 1930s-1960s
Box 181
Folder 7
Romanesque sculpture -- Lecture outlines, notes, and slide lists, 1930s-1960s
Box 181
Folder 8
The illumination of early Christian and Medieval manuscripts (Fine Arts 273-274) -- Syllabi and notes,
1931
Box 181
Folder 9
Romanesque architecture (Fine Arts154) -- Typescripts and notes, 1932-1940
Box 181
Folder 10
Modern painting (Fine Arts s136) -- Lecture outlines and notes,
1933
Box 181
Folder 11

(Chiefly relating to Impressionism)

Early Christian and Medieval painting (Fine Arts 275-276) --Lecture outlines, bibliographies, and slide lists,
1933
Box 181
Folder 12
Romanesque sculpture in France (Fine Arts 371) -- Lecture outlines and notes,
1933
Winter
Box 181
Folder 13
European painting since
1860
(Fine Arts 176) -- Lecture outlines and student notes, 1936-1940
Box 181
Folder 14
Romanesque architecture (Fine Arts154) -- Typescripts and notes, 1937-1938
Box 181
Folder 15

(Accompanied by class outlines from other professors)

European painting since
1860
(Fine Arts 176) -- Lecture outline and notes,
1938
Box 181
Folder 16
Introduction to art --Lecture outlines, notes, and slide lists, 1938-1941
Box 181
Folder 17
European painting since
1860
(Fine Arts 176)-- Lecture notes,
1940s
Box 181
Folder 18
Modern painting from
1848
to
1900
(Fine Arts 175) -- Lecture outlines and notes,
1940s
Box 181
Folder 19
Romanesque architecture (Fine Arts154) -- Student notes,
1940
Spring
Box 181
Folder 20
Romanesque architecture (Fine Arts154) -- Student notes,
1940 May
Box 181
Folder 21
Romanesque sculpture (Fine Arts 155) -- Student notes,
1940
Winter

Box 182
Folder 1
European painting since
1860
(Fine Arts 176) -- Lecture outlines,
1941
Box 182
Folder 2
Early Christian and Medieval painting and manuscripts (Fine Arts 253-254) -- Notes,
1944
Box 182
Folder 3
Islamic art (Fine Arts 188) -- Student notes, 1948-1949
Box 182
Folder 4
Modern painting from
1848
to
1900
(Fine Arts 175)-- Lecture outlines,
1948
Box 182
Folder 5
Modern painting from
1848
to
1900
(Fine Arts 175) and Modern painting since
1900
(Fine Arts 176) -- Transcripts, 1948-1949
Box 182
Folder 6

(Transcripts are of student Norris Smith's notes. Arranged by artist and paginated. Includes table of contents)

Modern painting since
1900
(Fine Arts 176) -- Student notes,
1949
Box 182
Folder 7
Literature, theories and methods of art history (Fine Arts 200) -- Outlines, notes, bibliographies, and assignments,
1950s
(12 Folders)
Box 182
Folder 8 to 19
Twentieth century art -- Lecture outlines,
1950s

Box 183
Folder 1
Early Christian painting (Fine Arts 253) -- Student reports,
1950
Winter
Box 183
Folder 2
Modern painting from
1848
to
1900
(Fine Arts 175) -- Reproductions and slide lists,
1950
Box 183
Folder 3

(Reproductions of art works shown in classes. Accompanied by notes)

Modern painting since
1900
(Fine Arts R176) -- Student notes,
1958 September
Box 183
Folder 4
Romanesque painting (Fine Arts 154b) -- Lecture outlines,
1959
Box 183
Folder 5
Examinations for graduate degrees,
1960s
Box 183
Folder 6
Romanesque sculpture (Fine Arts 154a)

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Annotated transcript,
1960 February
Box 183
Folder 7

(Lecture on the revival of monumental sculpture. Accompanied by class outlines)

Annotated transcript,
1960 February
Box 183
Folder 8

(Lecture titled "Iconography I" relating to iconography as a system)

Annotated transcript,
1960 February
Box 183
Folder 9

(Lecture titled "Iconography II" relating to the secular content in religious themes)

Annotated transcript,
1960 March
Box 183
Folder 10

(Lecture on iconography and marginal imagery)

Annotated transcript,
1960 May
Box 183
Folder 11

(Lecture on the Romanesque figure)

Annotated transcript,
1960 May
Box 183
Folder 12

(Lecture on Romanesque drapery)

Transcript,
1960
Spring
Box 183
Folder 13

(Lecture on Romanesque portal composition. Transcript created in 1984 for the manuscript relating to The Charles Eliot Norton lecture)

Early Medieval painting (Art History G4330x) -- Annotated transcripts,
1963 October
Box 183
Folder 14

(Transcripts of three class lectures. Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Theories and methods of art history (Art History G6001x)
Course outlines and notes, 1963-1964

Box 184
Folder 1
Lecture outlines and notes, 1963-1964
Box 184
Folder 2

(Lectures primarily on style and classification)

Lecture outlines and notes, 1964-1964
Box 184
Folder 3
Lecture III -- Annotated transcripts, 1963-1964
Box 184
Folder 4

(Lecture on style as a concept in classification)

Lecture IV -- Annotated transcripts, 1963-1964
Box 184
Folder 5

(Lecture on style as criterion in classification and concept of period and place)

Lecture V -- Annotated transcripts, 1963-1964
Box 184
Folder 6

(Lecture on the gradients of style)

Lecture VI -- Annotated transcripts, 1963-1964
Box 184
Folder 7

(Lecture on the concept of style in philosophy of history, interpretation, and semiotics)

Lecture VII -- Annotated transcripts, 1963-1964
Box 184
Folder 8

(Lecture on interpretation)

Lecture VIII -- Annotated transcripts, 1963-1964
Box 184
Folder 9

(Lecture on interpretation)

Lecture IX -- Annotated transcripts, 1963-1964
Box 184
Folder 10

(Lecture on expression)

Lecture X -- Annotated transcripts, 1963-1964
Box 184
Folder 11

(Lecture on the world view of art)

Lecture XI -- Annotated transcripts, 1963-1964
Box 184
Folder 12

(Lecture on philosophy in painting, world views, and explanation of styles)

Lecture XII -- Annotated transcripts, 1963-1964
Box 184
Folder 13

(Lecture on the development of styles)

Lecture XIII -- Annotated transcripts, 1963-1964
Box 184
Folder 14

(Lecture on universal practices in the history of art and Heinrich Wölfflin on value)

Early Medieval art -- Lecture outline,
1964
Box 184
Folder 15
Impressionism (Art History G4630)

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Lecture I -- Annotated transcripts,
1964 May 18
Box 184
Folder 16

(Accompanied by notes)

Lecture II -- Annotated transcripts,
1964 May 20
Box 184
Folder 17
Lecture III -- Annotated transcripts,
1964 May 25
Box 184
Folder 18

(Accompanied by slide list)

Modern painting since
1900
(Art History G4640y)

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Annotated transcripts and notes,
1965 February

Box 185
Folder 1
Annotated transcripts and notes,
1965 March
Box 185
Folder 2

(Lecture is chiefly focused on Henri Matisse. Accompanied by notes)

Annotated transcripts,
1965 April
Box 185
Folder 3

(Lecture is chiefly focused on Pablo Picasso)

Abstract painting (Art History G4641x)

(Lecture titles are derived from sound recordings found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Outlines and notes,
1967
Box 185
Folder 4
Lecture I: introduction -- Annotated typescript,
1967 October 4
Box 185
Folder 5
Lecture II: meaning of "abstract" preconditions for Abstract painting -- Annotated typescript,
1967 October 11
Box 185
Folder 6
Lecture III: Preconditions for Abstract painting continued and art preceding abstraction -- Annotated typescript and outlines,
1967 October 18
Box 185
Folder 7
Lecture IV: themes in art preceding abstraction (1870-1910) -- Annotated typescript,
1967 October 25
Box 185
Folder 8
Lecture V: role of photography and introduction to Cubism-- Annotated typescript,
1967 November 1
Box 185
Folder 9
Lecture VI: Picasso before Cubism, the Fauves -- Annotated typescript,
1967 November 8
Box 185
Folder 10
Lecture VII: Cubism, Picasso and Braque -- Outlines and notes,
1967 November 15
Box 185
Folder 11
Lecture VIII: Cubism -- Annotated typescript,
1967 November 22
Box 185
Folder 12
Lecture IX: developments from Cubism, simultaneity, and the concept of time in painting-- Annotated typescript,
1967 November 29
Box 185
Folder 13
Lecture X: development of Cubism: France and Italy -- Annotated typescript,
1967 December 6

Box 186
Folder 1
Lecture XI: Futurism, Russia, and Suprematism -- Annotated typescript,
1967 December 13
Box 186
Folder 2
Lecture XII: Suprematism and German Expressionism -- Annotated typescript,
1967 December 20
Box 186
Folder 3
Lecture XIII: Kandinsky and Mondrian -- Annotated typescript,
1968 January 10
Box 186
Folder 4
Lecture XIV: developments from Cubism in America -- Annotated typescript,
1968 January 17
Box 186
Folder 5
Lecture XV: American Abstract art -- Annotated typescript,
1968 January 24
Box 186
Folder 6
Outlines and notes,
1968
Box 186
Folder 7
Annotated outlines and notes, 1967-1968
Box 186
Folder 8
Slide lists and lecture table of contents, 1967-1968
Box 186
Folder 9
Research files, 1967-1968
Box 186
Folder 10

(File contains photocopies and notes relating to reconstructing elements of Lecture III with other lectures Schapiro conducted at Cornell University)

Research files, 1967-1968
Box 186
Folder 11

(File contains photocopies and notes relating to reconstructing elements of Lecture VII with other lectures Schapiro conducted at Cornell and Oxford Universities)

Theory and methods of art history (Art History G6001x)

(Sound recordings of these lectures can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Course outline,
1969

Box 187
Folder 1
Outlines and notes,
1969
Box 187
Folder 2

(Chiefly on style and classification)

Lecture I -- Annotated typescript,
1969 October 1
Box 187
Folder 3
Lecture II -- Annotated typescript,
1969 October 8
Box 187
Folder 4

(Introduction to course and lecture on classification)

Lecture III -- Annotated typescript,
1969 October
22
Box 187
Folder 5

(Lecture chiefly on classification)

Lecture IV -- Annotated typescript,
1969 October 29
Box 187
Folder 6

(Lecture chiefly on classification)

Lecture V -- Annotated typescript,
1969 November 5
Box 187
Folder 7

(Lecture chiefly on classification)

Lecture VI -- Annotated typescript,
1969 November 12
Box 187
Folder 8

(Lecture chiefly on periodization)

Lecture VII -- Annotated typescript,
1969 November 19
Box 187
Folder 9

(Lecture chiefly on periodization and style)

Lecture VIII -- Annotated and corrected typescripts,
1969 November 26
Box 187
Folder 10

(Lecture chiefly on style. Corrected typescript dated 1975 November)

Lecture IX -- Corrected typescript,
1969 December 3
Box 187
Folder 11

(Corrected typescript dated 1975 November)

Lecture X -- Annotated typescript,
1969 December 10

Box 188
Folder 1

(Lecture chiefly on interpretation)

Lecture XI -- Annotated typescript,
1969 December 17
Box 188
Folder 2

(Lecture chiefly on interpretation)

Lecture XII -- Annotated typescript,
1970 January 7
Box 188
Folder 3

(Lecture chiefly on interpretation, expression, and color)

Lecture XIII -- Annotated typescript,
1970 January
Box 188
Folder 4

(Accompanied by notes)

Early Christian painting (Art History G4320x)

(Sound recordings of these lectures can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Lecture I -- Transcript,
1970 September 30
Box 188
Folder 5

(Accompanied by notes)

Lecture II -- Transcript,
1970 October 7
Box 188
Folder 6
Lecture III -- Transcript,
1970 October 14
Box 188
Folder 7
Lecture IV -- Transcript,
1970 October 21
Box 188
Folder 8
Lecture V -- Transcript,
1970 October 28
Box 188
Folder 9
Lecture VI -- Transcript,
1970 November 4
Box 188
Folder 10
Lecture VII -- Transcript,
1970 November 11
Box 188
Folder 11
Lecture VIII -- Transcript,
1970 November 18

Box 189
Folder 1
Lecture IX -- Transcript,
1970 November 25
Box 189
Folder 2
Lecture X -- Transcript,
1970 December 2
Box 189
Folder 3
Lecture XI -- Transcript,
1970 December 9
Box 189
Folder 4
Lecture XII -- Transcript,
1970 December 16
Box 189
Folder 5
Lecture XIII -- Transcript,
1971 January 6
Box 189
Folder 6
Reproductions,
1970 November
(7 Folders)
Box 189
Folder 7 to 13
Representation and meaning (Art History G8002x)
Outlines and notes, 1971-1972

Box 190
Folder 1

(Lecture chiefly on semiotics and representation)

Outlines and notes, 1971-1972
Box 190
Folder 2

(Lectures chiefly on representation and knowing)

Notes and student rosters, 1971-1972
Box 190
Folder 3
The sociology of art (Art History-Sociology G9001x) -- Outlines, notes, correspondence, applications, and student rosters
1973
(2 Folders)
Box 190
Folder 4 to 5

(Course chiefly on social context of intellectual and artistic innovation. Team taught with Sigmund Diamond)

Theories and methods of investigation of art (Art History G6001)
Outlines and notes,
1973
Box 190
Folder 6

(Lectures chiefly on expression and interpretation)

Outlines and notes,
1973
Box 190
Folder 7

(Lectures chiefly on explanation and styles)

Romanesque sculpture (Art History G8335x) -- Student reports, 1973-1976
Box 190
Folder 8

(Accompanied by notes)

Theories and methods of investigation of art (Art History G6001x)

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Outlines and notes,
1974 October
- December
Box 190
Folder 9
Notes,
1974 October
- December
Box 190
Folder 10

(Notes chiefly on interpretation)

Lecture III -- Corrected transcript,
1974 October 2
Box 190
Folder 11
Lecture IV -- Annotated typescript,
1974 October 9
Box 190
Folder 12

(Lecture on representation, perspective, and illusion)

Lecture V -- Annotated typescript,
1974 October 16

Box 191
Folder 1

(Lecture on representation, field and vehicle, and the frame)

Lecture VI -- Annotated typescript,
1974 October 23
Box 191
Folder 2
Lecture VII -- Annotated typescript,
1974 October 30
Box 191
Folder 3
Lecture VIII -- Annotated typescript,
1974 November 6
Box 191
Folder 4
Lecture IX -- Annotated typescript,
1974 November 13
Box 191
Folder 5

(Lecture is chiefly on text and representation)

Lecture X -- Corrected typescript,
1974 November 20
Box 191
Folder 6

(Lecture is chiefly on interpretation)

Lecture XI -- Annotated typescript,
1974 November 27
Box 191
Folder 7

(Lecture is chiefly on interpretation and representation)

Lecture XII -- Corrected typescript,
1974 December 4
Box 191
Folder 8

(Lecture is chiefly on the interpretation of non-representational elements and abstract devices)

Lecture XIII -- Corrected typescript,
1974 December 11
Box 191
Folder 9

(Lecture is chiefly on the interpretation of abstract art)

Lecture XIV -- Corrected typescript,
1974 December 12

Box 192
Folder 1
Reproductions,
1974 November
--
Box 192
Folder 2

(Accompanied by slides lists and notes. Images chiefly relating to graphic analysis)

Reproductions,
1974 November
--
Box 192
Folder 3

(Images chiefly relating to graphic analysis)

Correspondence and editorial notes,
1998
Box 192
Folder 4

(Correspondence between Paolo Berdini and Lillian Milgram Schapiro regarding edits to lecture transcripts for use in the publication Philosophy and Worldview in Art)

Theory and methods of investigation of art (Art History G6021x)

(Sound recordings of these lectures can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Course outlines and notes,
1975 September
Box 192
Folder 5

(Course chiefly on judgment, valuation, style, and expression)

Course outlines and notes,
1975 September
Box 192
Folder 6
Lecture I -- Outlines and notes,
1975 September 10
Box 192
Folder 7
Lecture II -- Annotated typescript,
1975 September 17
Box 192
Folder 8
Lecture III -- Annotated typescript and slide list,
1975 September 24
Box 192
Folder 9
Course outlines and notes, 1975 October-November
Box 192
Folder 10
Lecture IV -- Annotated typescript,
1975 October 1
Box 192
Folder 11
Lecture V -- Annotated typescript,
1975 October 8
Box 192
Folder 12
Lecture VI -- Annotated typescript and slide list,
1975 October 15
Box 192
Folder 13
Lecture VII -- Annotated typescript and slide list,
1975 October 22

Box 193
Folder 1
Lecture VIII -- Annotated typescript,
1975 October 29
Box 193
Folder 2
Lectures IX-XIII -- Notes, 1975 November-December
Box 193
Folder 3
Lecture IX -- Annotated typescript and slide list,
1975 November 5
Box 193
Folder 4
Lecture X -- Annotated typescript,
1975 November 12
Box 193
Folder 5
Lecture XII -- Outlines and notes,
1975 November
Box 193
Folder 6
Lecture XIII -- Annotated typescript,
1975 December 3
Box 193
Folder 7
Lecture XIV -- Annotated typescript,
1975 December 10
Box 193
Folder 8
Reproductions,
1975 October
Box 193
Folder 9

(Images chiefly on the topic of expression)

Reproductions,
1975 October
Box 193
Folder 10

(Images chiefly on the topic of style and expression)

Examinations,
1975 December
Box 193
Folder 11
Romanesque sculpture (Art History G8335x) -- Notes and student notes,
1976
Box 193
Folder 12
Romanesque sculpture (Art History G8335x)
Notes,
1977
Box 193
Folder 13
Student reports,
1977
Box 193
Folder 14

Sub-Subseries: III.2.2: New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.), 1930s-1954

Schapiro taught at the New School for Social Research on a formal basis early in the 1930s and again in the 1950s. Course material includes lecture outlines, slide lists, and annotated typescripts.

Modern painting from Impressionism to Surrealism -- Bibliographies, outlines, and examinations, 1930s-1950s

Box 194
Folder 1
Content of modern art -- Lecture outlines, slide lists, and notes,
1935 October
Box 194
Folder 2
European painters
Outlines and bibliographies, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 3
Bruegel, Pieter, I -- Lecture outlines, notes, and slide list, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 4
Caravaggio, Michelangelo Merisi da -- Lecture outline, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 5
Cézanne, Paul -- Annotated typescript, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 6

(Accompanied by student reports)

David, Jacques-Louis -- Lecture outline and slide list, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 7
Gogh, Vincent van -- Annotated typescript, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 8
Goya, Francisco de -- Annotated typescript, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 9
Greco, El -- Lecture outline and slide list, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 10
Hogarth, William -- Slide list, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 11
Poussin, Nicolas -- Annotated typescript, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 12
Rembrandt van Rijn --Lecture outlines, typescripts, and slides lists, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 13
Rubens, Peter Paul -- Slide lists, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 14
Velazques, Diego -- Annotated typescript, lecture outlines, notes, and slide lists, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 15
Watteau, Jean-Antoine -- Lecture outline and slide list, 1938-1946
Box 194
Folder 16
Introduction to art -- Outlines, notes, and slide lists,
1941 October
Box 194
Folder 17
Painting, graphic arts, architecture, and sculpture -- Course descriptions, 1941-1942
Box 194
Folder 18
Modern art -- Examinations,
1951
Fall
Box 194
Folder 19
Early Christian painting : from pagan to Christian art -- Slide lists,
1954
Box 194
Folder 20

Sub-Subseries: III.2.3: New York University, 1930s

While not known for his affiliation with New York University, Schapiro taught there in the early 1930s. His classes included Islamic art, the culture of Spain, and Medieval architecture among others. Course materials include lecture outlines, research notes, and slide lists.

French illuminated manuscripts -- Bibliography and notes,
1930s

Box 195
Folder 1
French Romanesque art
Syllabus and notes,
1930s
Box 195
Folder 2
Student drawings,
1930s
Box 195
Folder 3
Islamic art -- Bibliography,
1930s
Box 195
Folder 4
The culture of Spain
Syllabai, notes, and bibliographies,
1930s
Box 195
Folder 5
Reading lists and research notes,
1930s
Box 195
Folder 6
Medieval architecture
Lecture I -- Transcripts and notes,
1932
Box 195
Folder 7
Lecture II -- Transcripts and notes,
1932
Box 195
Folder 8
Lecture IIIa : Carolingian and Romanesque -- Typescript and notes,
1932
Box 195
Folder 9
Lecture IIIb : French Romanesque -- Typescript and notes,
1932
Box 195
Folder 10
French Romanesque art -- Student reports, circa
1934
Box 195
Folder 11
Modern painting -- Bibliographies,
1935
Box 195
Folder 12
French and English illuminated manuscripts

(This class was taught at the Pierpont Morgan Library)

Student notes,
1936
Spring
Box 195
Folder 13
Student notes,
1936
Spring
Box 195
Folder 14
Course outlines, notes, and examinations,
1937
Box 195
Folder 15

Sub-Subseries: III.2.4: Other or unknown institutions, 1930s-1965

Affiliated institutions where Schapiro taught and that are represented in this sub-subseries include the Pierpont Morgan Library and the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture.

Early Christian art --Unknown institution -- Annotated typescripts,
1930s

Box 196
Folder 1
The culture of France : Romanesque architecture -- Unknown institution -- Transcripts and notes,
1930s
Box 196
Folder 2
Medieval art --Unknown institution -- Outlines and notes,
1930s
Box 196
Folder 3
European painting since
1860
-- Unknown institution --Examinations and seminar subjects, 1930s-1950s
Box 196
Folder 4
Illuminated manuscripts -- Pierpont Morgan Library -- Bibliography and notes,
1934
Box 196
Folder 5
Abstract painting -- Unknown institution -- Student reports,
1939
Box 196
Folder 6

(Course potentially given at New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.) or New York University)

Modern painting from
1848
to
1900
-- Unknown institution -- Student reports, circa
1940s
Box 196
Folder 7
Early Christian and Medieval painting : from pagan to Christian art -- Unknown institution -- Lecture typescript and notes,
1940
Box 196
Folder 8
Early Christian art : San Vitale (Basilica : Rome, Italy) -- Unknown institution -- Lecture outlines and notes,
1940
Box 196
Folder 9
Modern painting --Unknown institution --Student notes,
1946
Box 196
Folder 10

(Notes relate chiefly to Paul Cézanne)

Modern painting : theoretical problems of art -- Unknown institution -- Examinations and notes,
1949
Box 196
Folder 11

(Accompanied by student letters for admission into course)

Literature, themes, and methods of art history -- Course outlines, notes, and correspondence,
1950s
Box 196
Folder 12
Giotto -- New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture -- Annotated typescripts,
1965 March
Box 196
Folder 13

Subseries: III.3: Lectures, 1930s-1980s

Outside of his formal academic teaching, Schapiro was a prominent international lecturer in art history and other related disciplines. Materials in this subseries reflect his formal participation in a variety of academic and non-academic settings as a professional lecturer, visiting scholar, or visiting fellow. This includes material from Schapiro's 1967 Charles Eliot Norton lectures at Harvard University and his 1968 lecture on Abstract art from the Slade Lectures in the Fine Arts at Oxford University. Other prominent lectures include "The unity of Picasso's art" delivered at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in 1973 and the lecture "An experiment in the coherence of forms" given at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in the 1970s.

Several of these lectures have been recorded and are housed in Series VII: Sound and video recording, Subseries: VII.2: Audiocassettes and audiotapes. Those lectures that have been recorded will be indicated as such after the lecture title in this sub-subseries. Additionally, these lectures are also cross-referenced in Series VII, Subseries: VII.2.

To facilitate discovery and retrieval, this subseries is divided chronologically by decade as follows: Sub-Subseries: III.3.1: 1930s, Sub-Subseries: III.3.2: 1940s, Sub-Subseries: III.3.3: 1950s, Sub-Subseries: III.3.4: 1960s, Sub-Subseries: III.3.5: 1970s, Sub-Subseries: III.3.6: 1980s.

Sub-Subseries: III.3.1: 1930s

Introduction to art -- Unknown location -- Lecture outline and notes,
1930s

Box 197
Folder 1

(Includes topics on attribution, preserving monuments, cinema and Fernand Léger)

Architecture -- Unknown locations -- Lecture outlines and notes,
1930s
Box 197
Folder 2
Design and machine -- Federal Design Laboratory -- Annotated outline,
1930s
Box 197
Folder 3
The classic and the Medieval book : roll and codex -- Unknown location -- Outlines, notes, and annotated typescript,
1930s
Box 197
Folder 4
Marxism and art -- Unknown location -- Outline, circa
1930s
Box 197
Folder 5
On Picasso -- Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) -- Annotated typescript,
1930 May
Box 197
Folder 6

(Photocopies of lecture notes taken by William Rubin and Albert Elsen)

Two principles of Medieval art -- Harvard University -- Outlines, typescripts, and notes,
1932 April
Box 197
Folder 7
Twentieth century painting : modern art -- New York University -- Lecture outline and slide list,
1933 January
Box 197
Folder 8
Romanesque sculpture -- Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) -- Outlines and notes,
1933 February
Box 197
Folder 9
Painting -- League of Professional Schools -- Outline,
1933 March
Box 197
Folder 10
Modern architecture -- Unknown location -- Outlines and notes,
1935 January
Box 197
Folder 11
Philosophy of art in the Middle Ages -- Philadelphia Museum of Art -- Typescript, notes, and slide list,
1935 January
Box 197
Folder 12
Content of modern art -- Art Students League (New York, N.Y.) -- Lecture outline and notes,
1935 February
Box 197
Folder 13
Content of Cézanne -- Princeton University -- Lecture outline and notes,
1935 November
Box 197
Folder 14
Content of modern architecture -- Art Institute of Chicago -- Lecture outline and notes,
1936 January
Box 197
Folder 15
Artist portrayed by himself -- Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences -- Typescript and slide list,
1937 January
Box 197
Folder 16
Barbarian art : western Asia and Europe -- Worcester, Massachusetts -- Typescript and notes,
1937 February
Box 197
Folder 17
Technology and modern art -- Williams College -- Outline and notes,
1937 May
Box 197
Folder 18
Medieval art : social aspects -- Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) -- Transcripts, notes, and slide list,
1938 February
Box 197
Folder 19
Economics and art -- New York, New York -- Outline and notes,
1938 April
Box 197
Folder 20

(Lecture given for the publication Partisan Review)

Old testament in Medieval art -- Jewish Theological Seminary of America -- Typescripts and notes,
1938 May
Box 197
Folder 21
Technical examination of works of art -- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Outlines and notes,
1938 May
Box 197
Folder 22

(Accompanied by reproductions, drafts, and reprints of an article by David Rosen)

Art and society -- Brooklyn, New York -- Typescript and notes,
1939 February
Box 197
Folder 23
The art of Pablo Picasso -- Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) -- Annotated transcripts,
1939 November
Box 197
Folder 24

(Lecture chiefly concerned with the work of art Guernica. Accompanied by notes and slide list)

Sub-Subseries: III.3.2: 1940s

On the place of Jews in modern art. -- Jewish Theological Seminary of America -- Outline,
1940s
Box 197
Folder 25
The arrest of Christ -- Unknown location -- Outlines and notes, circa
1940s
Box 197
Folder 26
Gothic architecture -- Columbia University Medieval Club -- Outlines and notes, circa
1940s
Box 197
Folder 27

(Lecture chiefly on vaulting, functionalism, and rationality)

Early Medieval German art : from folk-wondering to the end of the Romanesque -- Unknown location -- Outline and notes, circa
1940s
Box 197
Folder 28

(Accompanied by a slide list from 1934)

Romanesque, Gothic, and Medieval art and architecture -- New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.) -- Notes and slide lists, 1940-1941
Box 197
Folder 29
Medieval art -- Barnard College and New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.) - Typescripts, notes, and slide lists, 1940-1965

Box 198
Folder 1
Giotto -- Pierpont Morgan Library -- Outline and slide list,
1941 January
Box 198
Folder 2
Jewish artists -- 50 East 87th Synagogue (New York, N.Y) -- Annotated typescript and slide lists,
1942 January
Box 198
Folder 3
Social character of modern art -- Rand School of Social Science -- Annotated typescripts, outlines, and notes,
1944
Box 198
Folder 4
Science and art in the nineteenth century -- Vassar College -- Notes and slide lists,
1944 February
Box 198
Folder 5
Gothic Architecture -- Mathews Lecture -- Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Annotated typescripts, notes, and correspondence,
1945
Box 198
Folder 6
Typescripts and notes,
1946
Box 198
Folder 7
Typescripts, notes, and outlines,
1946
Box 198
Folder 8
Bruegel, Pieter, I -- New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.) -- Lecture outline and slide list,
1946 February
Box 198
Folder 9
Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille -- New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.) -- Slide list,
1946
Box 198
Folder 10
Legends of the invention of flying -- University of London -- Synopsis,
1947 March
Box 198
Folder 11
Daumier, Honoré -- Columbia University -- Annotated typescript,
1948
Box 198
Folder 12
The value of modern art -- Columbia University -- Typescript and outline,
1948 March
Box 198
Folder 13

(Lecture given at the forum "The arts and the artist in our society today" held at the Browsing Room in Butler Hall. Accompanied by correspondence and transcripts to Mark van Doren's lecture "The modern conception of the poet" given at the same forum)

Henri Matisse -- Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) -- Lecture outline,
1949
Box 198
Folder 14

(Lecture was given at a symposium dedicated to Matisse. Accompanied by clippings)

Art and state -- Rand School of Social Science -- Outlines, abstract, and reviews,
1949 March
Box 198
Folder 15

(Lecture given as part of a forum dedicated to labor action)

Modern art -- Bard College -- Lecture outlines and notes,
1949 May
Box 198
Folder 16

Sub-Subseries: III.3.3: 1950s

Recent American painting -- London, United Kingdom -- Outline and notes,
1950s
Box 198
Folder 17
Some problems in the content of modern art -- Slade School of Fine Art -- Outline,
1950s
Box 198
Folder 18
On Dewey -- New York University -- Outline and notes,
1590s
Box 198
Folder 19

(Lecture given at the symposium "Art as experience")

Modern art and spectator -- Buffalo, New York -- Outline and notes, circa
1950s
Box 198
Folder 20
Religion and modern art -- Jewish Theological Seminary of America --
Annotated transcript,
1950 January
Box 198
Folder 21
Outlines, notes, and correspondence,
1950 January
Box 198
Folder 22

(Accompanied by editorial notes from 1994)

Meaning and content -- New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.) -- Lecture outlines, notes, and broadsides,
1950 April 30
Box 198
Folder 23
The value of modern art -- Dartmouth College
Annotated transcript and notes,
1950 May
Box 198
Folder 24
Outlines, notes, and invitation,
1950 May
Box 198
Folder 25
Counter-modernism -- Harvard University -- Annotated outlines, notes, slides lists, and correspondence,
1951
Box 198
Folder 26
Children's art -- Bank Street College of Education -- Annotated outline,
1951 November
Box 198
Folder 27
Leonardo: the scientist and artist -- Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Annotated typescript,
1952 August

Box 199
Folder 1
Annotated and corrected typescripts,
1952 August
Box 199
Folder 2
Symbolism in the visual arts -- Sarah Lawrence College -- Outline and notes,
1952 December
Box 199
Folder 3

(Outline and notes relating to a session on symbolism at the annual meeting of the American Society for Aesthetics. Rudolf Arnheim and Arthur Szathmary were panelists and Schapiro was the discussant for this session. Accompanied by meeting agenda and speakers' papers delivered at the session.)

Style and form -- New York University -- Outline and notes,
1953 February
Box 199
Folder 4
Social freedom and the artists freedom -- Teachers College (New York, N.Y.) -- Outlines, notes, and correspondence, 1952-1953
Box 199
Folder 5
Impressionism -- New York University -- Outline,
1954 September
Box 199
Folder 6
Criteria of periodization in the history of European art -- American Historical Association (New York, N.Y.) -- Outlines, notes, and correspondence,
1954 December
Box 199
Folder 7

(Accompanied by a reprint of the lecture published in 1970)

Theory of expression - Warburg Institute -- Annotated transcript, slide list, and notes,
1954
Box 199
Folder 8
Machines and art -- New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.) -- Lecture outline,
1955
Box 199
Folder 9
Young American painters -- British Broadcasting Corporation -- Notes and correspondence,
1955
Box 199
Folder 10
Leonardo da Vinci : on Leonardo and Freud -- William Alanson White Institute -- Annotated transcript and outline,
1955 January
Box 199
Folder 11

(This lecture forms the basis of the article "Leonardo and Freud: an art historical study" published in 1956. Accompanied by program and research notes)

Science and art -- Carleton College (Northfield, Minn.) -- Outlines, notes, and correspondence,
1955 December
Box 199
Folder 12
The plastic arts and film -- Creative Film Foundation (New York, N.Y.) -- Transcript,
1956 April
Box 199
Folder 13

(Transcript of lecture given at a forum sponsored by Maya Deren's foundation. Transcript published in the 1984 publication "The Legend of Maya Deren." Accompanied by correspondence regarding the publication)

Address to the opening of the exhibition "The New York School, Second Generation" -- Jewish Museum (New York, N.Y.) -- Transcript,
1957 March
Box 199
Folder 14

(Accompanied by notes and correspondence from Horace Richter and invitation)

A newly discovered English Psalter of the 13th century -- Warburg Institute -- Invitation,
1957 June 21
Box 199
Folder 15
On art schools and education of the artist -- Minneapolis School of Art-- Transcript,
1957 November
Box 199
Folder 16
Monet and Impressionism -- Minneapolis School of Art

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Lecture I -- Annotated typescript,
1957 November
Box 199
Folder 17
Lecture II -- Annotated typescripts,
1957 November
Box 199
Folder 18
Lecture III -- Annotated typescripts,
1957 November
Box 199
Folder 19
Research notes and outlines,
1957 November
Box 199
Folder 20
From pagan to Early Christian art -- Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)

(All corrected typescripts were created 1984 April. Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Lecture I: symbols: Annotated transcript,
1958 January

Box 200
Folder 1
Lecture I : symbols -- Annotated outlines and notes,
1958 January
Box 200
Folder 2
Lecture I: symbols: Corrected typescript,
1958 January
Box 200
Folder 3
Lecture II: figure/image of man -- Annotated transcript,
1958 January
Box 200
Folder 4
Lecture II: figure -- Annotated outlines and notes,
1958 January
Box 200
Folder 5
Lecture II: figure -- Corrected typescript,
1958 January
Box 200
Folder 6
Lecture III: light and color -- Annotated transcript,
1958 January
Box 200
Folder 7
Lecture III: light and color -- Corrected typescript,
1958 January
Box 200
Folder 8
Lecture IV: word -- Annotated outlines,
1958 January
Box 200
Folder 9
Lecture IV: word -- Corrected typescripts,
1958 January
(2 Folders)
Box 200
Folder 10 to 11
Lecture IV: word -- Corrected typescript,
1958 January
Box 200
Folder 11
Slide list,
1958 January
Box 200
Folder 12
Reproductions,
1958 January
Box 200
Folder 13
On the painting of a medical subject in the catacomb of the Via Latina -- New York Academy of Medicine -- Annotated typescript, correspondence, and notes,
1958 January
Box 200
Folder 14
Abstract art : abstraction -- Southern Illinois University Carbondale -- Transcript, outlines, and notes,
1958 February
Box 200
Folder 15

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Philosophy in painting -- Baltimore, Maryland -- Annotated typescript and slide list,
1958 April
Box 200
Folder 16

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Migration of religious symbols as witnessed by Jewish usage in the ancient world -- Columbia University -- Annotated outline,
1958 November
Box 200
Folder 17

(Lecture was a response to Erwin R. Goodenough's talk "Jewish symbols in the Greco-Roman period" held at Columbia University's seminar for the study of religion and culture)

Dura Synagogue -- Stern College for Women -- Transcripts, notes, clippings, and reproductions,1959-1960
Box 200
Folder 18
Art education -- Columbia College (Columbia University) -- Outlines and notes,
1959 December
Box 200
Folder 19

Sub-Subseries: III.3.4: 1960s

Abstract art -- Cornell University

(Lecture titles are derived from sound recordings found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Lecture I, part 1: Concept of abstraction in art -- Annotated typescript and notes,
1960 April

Box 201
Folder 1

(Accompanied by 1986 editorial notes reconstructing missing areas of typescript)

Lecture I, part 2: Concept of abstraction in art -- Annotated typescript and notes,
1960 April
Box 201
Folder 2
Lecture III: Cubist painting and its development (Picasso, Braque, Gris) -- Annotated typescript and notes,
1960 April
Box 201
Folder 3
Lecture IV: Expressionist art in France and Germany (1905-1920) -- Annotated typescript and notes,
1960 April
Box 201
Folder 4
Lecture V: Art and contemporary science -- Annotated typescript and notes,
1960 April
Box 201
Folder 5
Lecture VI: Social roots of abstract art -- Annotated typescript and notes,
1960 April
Box 201
Folder 6
Research notes and correspondence,
1960 April
Box 201
Folder 7
Student notes,
1960 April
Box 201
Folder 8
Slide lists, invitations, and programs
1960 April
Box 201
Folder 9
Study of art in the university -- Inaugural lecture in Jack Cotton Chair of Architecture and Fine Arts -- Columbia University -- Transcript, notes, and invitation,
1961 April 16
Box 201
Folder 10
Impressionism -- Patten lectures -- Indiana University

(Material from these lectures were used as source material for the posthumous publication Impressionism: Reflections and Perceptions. New York George Braziller, 1997. Lecture titles are derived from sound recordings found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Lecture I: the Impressionist eye -- Annotated transcripts,
1961 February
Box 201
Folder 11

(Lecture titled "The Impressionist Eye." Accompanied by lists of all Patten lectures)

Lecture II: the concept of Impressionism -- Annotated and corrected transcript,
1961 March
Box 201
Folder 12

(Lecture titled "The concept of the impression")

Lecture III: the Impressionist aesthetic and method -- Annotated and corrected transcripts,
1961 March
Box 201
Folder 13

(Lecture titled "The Impressionist aesthetic and method")

Lecture IV: Impressionism and science -- Annotated and corrected transcripts,
1961 March
Box 201
Folder 14

(Lecture titled "Impressionism and science")

Lecture V: Monet's development -- Annotated and corrected transcripts,
1961 March
Box 201
Folder 15

(Lecture titled "Monet's development")

Lecture VI: Impressionism in history -- Annotated and corrected transcripts,
1961 March

Box 202
Folder 1

(Lecture titled "Impressionism as a period style: its place in the world art)

Lectures III, IV, and V -- Research notes, 1961 February-March
Box 202
Folder 2
Lecture VI -- Research notes and correspondence, 1961 February-March
Box 202
Folder 3
Slide lists, lecture titles and outlines, correspondence, and programs, 1958-1961
Box 202
Folder 4
[Jewish identity in America] -- Menorah Society (New York, N.Y.) -- Annotated typescripts,
1961 October
Box 202
Folder 5
Abstract art -- University of Pennsylvania -- Outlines and notes,
1961 November
Box 202
Folder 6
The mark and image of the individual in modern art -- Rutgers University

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Annotated transcripts,
1962 March
Box 202
Folder 7

(Accompanied by editorial notes from the 1990s)

Annotated outlines, notes, and correspondence,
1962 March
Box 202
Folder 8
Slide list,
1962 March
Box 202
Folder 9
Abstract art -- Jewish Theological Seminary of America -- Annotated outlines and notes,
1962 April
Box 202
Folder 10

(Accompanied by other lectures given at the same institution titled "On significance of certain features of modern art")

The judgment of modern art as a social and psychological phenomenon -- Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Institute for Religious and Social Studies -- Corrected transcript,
1962 April
Box 202
Folder 11
Status of Soviet Jews -- Conference on the Status of Soviet Jews -- Transcript,
1963
Box 202
Folder 12

(Accompanied by correspondence from Moshe Decter)

Is kindness killing the arts ? -- MacDowell Colony (Peterborough, N.H.) -- Annotated typescript and notes,
1963 August
Box 202
Folder 13
Socialist ideas -- Students Socialist Club, Columbia University -- Annotated outline and notes,
1964 March
Box 202
Folder 14
Philosophy and worldview in painting -- Various institutions -- Annotated outlines and notes, 1964-1969
Box 202
Folder 15

(Institutions include Harvard University, Oxford University, Brooklyn College, and City University of New York)

From Pagan to Christian art -- Hebrew Union College -- Frank L. Weil Institute, Weil Lectures of
1965

(All corrected typescripts were created in 1978 October. Lecture titles are derived from sound recordings found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Lecture I: symbol, the meanings of early Christian imagery-- Annotated typescript,
1965 January
Box 202
Folder 16
Lecture I: symbol, the meanings of early Christian imagery -- Corrected typescript,
1965 January
Box 202
Folder 17

(Accompanied by editorial notes from the 1990s)

Lecture II: figure, the image of the sacred person -- Annotated typescript,
1965 January

Box 203
Folder 1
Lecture II: figure, the image of the sacred person -- Corrected typescript,
1965 January
Box 203
Folder 2

(Accompanied by editorial notes from the 1990s)

Lecture III: order, structure of the image -- Annotated typescript,
1965 January
Box 203
Folder 3
Lecture III: order, structure of the image -- Corrected typescript, notes, and slide list,
1965 January
Box 203
Folder 4

(Accompanied by editorial notes from the 1990s)

Lecture IV: light, light and color in late classic and early Christian art -- Annotated typescript,
1965 January
(2 Folders)
Box 203
Folder 5 to 6
Lecture IV: light, light and color in late classic and early Christian art -- Corrected typescript,
1965 January
Box 203
Folder 7

(Accompanied by editorial notes from the 1990s)

Lecture V: word, the sacred text as ground of representation-- Annotated typescript,
1965 January
Box 203
Folder 8
Lecture V: word, the sacred text as ground of representation --Corrected and annotated typescripts,
1965 January
Box 203
Folder 9

(Versions are interfiled according to pagination)

Lecture VI: book, the illustrated manuscript and its ornament-- Annotated typescript,
1965 January
(2 Folders)
Box 203
Folder 10 to 11
Lecture VI: book, the illustrated manuscript and its ornament -- Corrected typescript,
1965 January
Box 203
Folder 12

(Accompanied by editorial notes from the 1990s used to reconstruct gaps in typescript)

Slide list,
1965 January
Box 203
Folder 13
Lists of reproductions, notes, and invitations
1965 January
Box 203
Folder 14
Research file,
1965 January

Box 204
Folder 1
Synagogue art -- Hebrew Union College -- Annotated typescripts,
1965 February
Box 204
Folder 2
Romanesque sculpture -- New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture -- Annotated typescript and slide list,
1965 February
Box 204
Folder 3
Philosophy in painting -- The Matchette Foundation Lectures in Philosophy -- Brooklyn College --Program,
1965 April
Box 204
Folder 4
Art history -- College Art Association of America --Annotated outline,
1966 January
Box 204
Folder 4
Carolingian manuscripts -- Columbia University --Transcripts and slide lists,
1966 January
--
Box 204
Folder 5

(Documents created in 1984. Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

On the role of art in contemporary society -- Nihon Yunesuko Kokunai Iinkai, Tokyo, Japan -- Transcript and press release,
1966 March
Box 204
Folder 6

(Lecture given at the "International symposium on fine arts in the east and the west" sponsored by the Japanese National Commission for UNESCO)

Guernica -- Harvard University, Carpenter Design Center

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Annotated typescripts,
1966 December
Box 204
Folder 7

(Includes original and corrected typescript of 1978 May)

Corrected typescripts,
1966 December
Box 204
Folder 8

(Corrected typescript dated 1980 February. Accompanied by editorial notes by Lillian Milgram Schapiro)

Slide lists and research notes,
1966 December
Box 204
Folder 9
Matisse -- New Orleans, Louisiana -- Annotated transcripts and outline,
1966
Spring
Box 204
Folder 10

(Accompanied by correspondence and research notes)

The unity of Picasso's art -- Brandeis University

(Portions of this lecture were used as source material for the posthumous publication The Unity of Picasso’s Art.New York: George Braziller, 2000. Lectures of the same title given at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Columbia University were also used as source material for this publication. Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Uncorrected typescript,
1967 April
Box 204
Folder 11
Annotated typescripts,
1967 April
Box 204
Folder 12
Research notes, outlines, and slide lists,
1967 April
Box 204
Folder 13
Research files, 1967-1980s
(2 Folders)
Box 204
Folder 14 to 15

(Research files associated with this lecture may have also been used for the lectures given at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Columbia University)

Research files, 1967-1980
(3 Folders)

Box 205
Folder 1 to 3
On drawing from the figure -- New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture -- Transcript,
1967 May
Box 205
Folder 4

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Liberal anti-Communism revisited -- Commentary symposium -- Typescript and correspondence,
1967 May 4
Box 205
Folder 5
The study of art history -- Fogg Art Museum -- Annotated typescript,
1967 May
Box 205
Folder 6

(Accompanied by student notes of lecture)

Baudelaire between the imaginary and the real -- Poetry Society of America -- Annotated outline, typescripts, notes, correspondence, and invitations,
1967 November 30
Box 205
Folder 7
Philosophy and worldview in painting -- Lecture I and Lecture II-- Wolfson College (University of Oxford) -- Annotated typescript and broadside,
1968 May
27
Box 205
Folder 8

(Potions of this lecture were used as primary source material for the posthumous publication Worldview in Painting--Art and Society: Selected Papers, Vol. 5. New York: George Braziller, 1999. Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Romanesque architectural sculpture -- Charles Eliot Norton lectures -- Harvard University

(For consistency, lecture titles correspond to those in the posthumous publication Romanesque architectural sculpture: The Charles Eliot Norton lectures. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006. Typescripts were created in the 1970s through the 1980s)

Lecture I: the rebirth of monumental sculpture in the west: disappearance and rebirth -- Annotated transcript,
1967 February
Box 205
Folder 9
Lecture I: the rebirth of monumental sculpture in the west: disappearance and rebirth -- Annotated typescripts,
1967 February
(3 Folders)
Box 205
Folder 10 to 12
Lecture I: the rebirth of monumental sculpture in the west: disappearance and rebirth -- Outlines and notes,
1967 February
Box 205
Folder 13
Lecture I: the rebirth of monumental sculpture in the west: disappearance and rebirth -- Outlines and slide lists,
1967 February
Box 205
Folder 14
Lecture I: the rebirth of monumental sculpture in the west: disappearance and rebirth -- Slide lists and notes,
1967 February
Box 205
Folder 15
Lecture I: the rebirth of monumental sculpture in the west: disappearance and rebirth -- Reproductions,
1967 February

Box 206
Folder 1
Lecture II: field, figure, and frame (i) -- Uncorrected transcript,
1967 February
Box 206
Folder 2
Lecture II: field, figure, and frame (i) -- Annotated transcript,
1967 February
Box 206
Folder 3
Lecture II: field, figure, and frame (i) -- Corrected typescript,
1967 February
Box 206
Folder 4
Lecture II: field, figure, and frame (i) -- Outlines and slide lists,
1967 February
Box 206
Folder 5
Lecture II: field, figure, and frame (i) -- Reproductions,
1967 February
(2 Folders)
Box 206
Folder 6 to 7
Lecture II and II: field, figure, and frame (i) and (ii)-- Research notes and outlines,
1967 February
Box 206
Folder 8
Lecture III: field, figure, and frame (ii) -- Uncorrected transcript,
1967 February
Box 206
Folder 9
Lecture III: field, figure, and frame (ii) -- Annotated typescripts,
1967 February
(2 Folders)
Box 206
Folder 10 to 11
Lecture III: field, figure, and frame (ii) -- Corrected typescripts,
1967 February
Box 206
Folder 12
Lecture III: field, figure, and frame (ii) -- Annotated outline,
1967 February
Box 206
Folder 13
Lecture III: field, figure, and frame (ii) -- Reproductions,
1967 February
(2 Folders)
Box 206
Folder 14 to 15
Lecture IV: programs of imagery (i) -- Annotated transcript,
1967 March
Box 206
Folder 16
Lecture IV: programs of imagery (i) -- Corrected transcript,
1967 March
Box 206
Folder 17
Lecture IV: programs of imagery (i) -- Annotated outlines and notes,
1967 March

Box 207
Folder 1
Lecture IV: programs of imagery (i) -- Reproductions,
1967 March
(2 Folders)
Box 207
Folder 2 to 3
Lecture IV and V:: programs of imagery (i) and (ii) -- Annotated outlines and notes,
1967 March
Box 207
Folder 4
Lecture V: programs of imagery (ii) -- Annotated transcript,
1967 March
Box 207
Folder 5
Lecture V: programs of imagery (ii) -- Corrected typescript,
1967 March
Box 207
Folder 6
Lecture V: programs of imagery (ii) -- Research notes,
1967 March
Box 207
Folder 7
Lecture V: programs of imagery (ii) -- Reproductions,
1967 March
(2 Folders)
Box 207
Folder 8 to 9
Lecture VI: the human figure -- Annotated transcript,
1967 March
Box 207
Folder 10
Lecture VI: the human figure -- Corrected typescript and notes,
1967 March
Box 207
Folder 11
Lecture VI: the human figure -- Annotated outlines, research notes, and editorial notes,
1967 March
Box 207
Folder 12
Lecture VI: the human figure -- Reproductions,
1967 March
(2 Folders)
Box 207
Folder 13 to 14
Lecture VII: animal imagery in Romanesque sculpture -- Annotated transcript,
1967 March

Box 208
Folder 1
Lecture VII: animal imagery in Romanesque sculpture -- Corrected and annotated typescripts,
1967 March
Box 208
Folder 2
Lecture VII: animal imagery in Romanesque sculpture -- Outlines and research notes,
1967 March
Box 208
Folder 3
Lecture VII: animal imagery in Romanesque sculpture -- Reproductions,
1967 March
(2 Folders)
Box 208
Folder 5 to 6
Research notes, 1967 February-March
Box 208
Folder 7
Outlines and research notes, 1967 February-March
Box 208
Folder 8

(Outlines on "the concept of Romanesque")

Outlines and research notes, 1967 February-March
Box 208
Folder 9

(Outlines and notes on the comparison between Romanesque and American sculpture)

Outlines, research notes, and reproductions, 1967 February-March
Box 208
Folder 10

(Material chiefly on the altar at Saint-Genis des Fontaines)

Research notes, reproductions, invitations, and press release 1967 February-March
Box 208
Folder 11
Slide list, 1967 February-March
Box 208
Folder 12

(Organized by geographic location)

Slide lists, 1967 February-March
(3 Folders)
Box 208
Folder 13 to 15
Master slide list,
1967 February
- March

Box 633
Folder 11
Correspondence, 1966-1967

Box 208
Folder 16
Hiberno-Saxon [art]: experiment with forms -- New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture
Typescript and notes,
1968 February

Box 209
Folder 1
Annotated outlines, research notes, and slide lists, 1968 February-March
Box 209
Folder 2
Insular manuscript art -- Franklin Jasper Walls lectures -- Pierpont Morgan library

(Materials from these lectures were used as source material for the posthumous publication Language of Forms: Lectures on Insular Manuscript Art. New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 2005. Schapiro referred to these lectures as "Hiberno-Saxon manuscripts," the transcripts and typescripts, however, reflect the changed title used in the publication. All transcripts and typescripts were created in the 1970s through the 1990s. Lecture titles are derived from sound recordings found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Lecture I: frame, field, and figure -- Annotated transcripts and corrected typescripts,
1968 March 4
Box 209
Folder 3

(Accompanied by correspondence)

Lecture II: the carpet page and the giant initial -- Annotated transcript and corrected typescripts,
1968 March 11
Box 209
Folder 4

(Accompanied by reproductions)

Lecture II: the carpet page and the giant initial -- Corrected typescript and research notes,
1968 March 11
Box 209
Folder 5
Lecture III: image and ornament -- Annotated transcript and research notes,
1968 March
18
Box 209
Folder 6

(Accompanied by reproductions)

Lecture III: image and ornament -- Annotated typescripts and research notes,
1968 March 18
Box 209
Folder 7
Lecture III: image and ornament -- Corrected typescript and research notes,
1968 March 18
Box 209
Folder 8
Lecture IV: the models and their transformation (i) -- Annotated transcripts and research notes,
1968 March 20

Box 210
Folder 1

(Accompanied by reproductions)

Lecture IV: the models and their transformation (i)-- Annotated and corrected typescripts,
1968 March 20
Box 210
Folder 2
Lecture IV: the models and their transformation (i) -- Corrected typescripts and research notes,
1968 March 20
Box 210
Folder 3
Lecture V: the models and their transformation (ii) -- Annotated transcripts and research notes,
1968 March 25
Box 210
Folder 4
Lecture V: the models and their transformation (ii) -- Annotated typescripts and research notes,
1968 March 25
Box 210
Folder 5

(Accompanied by reproductions)

Lecture VI: the religious and secular grounds of Hiberno-Saxon art -- Annotated transcripts and research notes,
1968 March 27
Box 210
Folder 6
Lecture VI: the religious and secular grounds of Hiberno-Saxon art -- Corrected typescripts and research notes,
1968 March 27

Box 211
Folder 1
Annotated outlines and notes, 1968 February-March
(2 Folders)
Box 211
Folder 2 to 3
Slide lists, notes, and programs 1968 February-March
(4 Folders)
Box 211
Folder 4 to 7
Abstract art -- Slade Lectures in the Fine Arts -- Oxford University

(Lecture titles are derived from sound recordings found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Lecture I: modern Abstract art: its continuity with preceding realistic art -- Annotated transcripts,
1968 May 3
Box 211
Folder 8
Lecture II: Cubism (i) -- Annotated transcripts,
1968 May 8
Box 211
Folder 9
Lecture III: Cubism (ii) -- Annotated transcripts,
1968 May 15
Box 211
Folder 10
Lecture IV: Cubism and science -- Annotated transcripts,
1968 May 22
Box 211
Folder 11

(Accompanied by correspondence)

Lecture V: Cubism and technology -- Annotated transcripts,
1968 May 22
Box 211
Folder 12
Lecture VI: Abstract painting: Malevich and Mondrian, annotated transcripts,
1968 May 24
Box 211
Folder 13

(Accompanied by editorial notes seeking to reconstruct portions of the text)

Lecture VII: Abstract painting: Kandinsky -- Annotated transcripts,
1968 May
Box 211
Folder 14
Lecture VIII: Abstract painting in America: Pollock, Rothko, and others -- Annotated transcripts,
1968 May 29

Box 212
Folder 1
Lecture notes,
1968
Spring
(2 Folders)
Box 212
Folder 2 to 3
Research notes,
1968
Spring
(2 Folders)
Box 212
Folder 4 to 5
Slide lists and notes,
1968
Spring
(2 Folders)
Box 212
Folder 6 to 7
Reproductions,
1968
Spring
(9 Folders)
Box 212
Folder 8 to 16
Correspondence, announcements, and brochures,
1968
Box 212
Folder 17
Reproductions,
1968
Spring
(4 Folders)

Box 213
Folder 1 to 4
Editorial notes,
1979
(2 Folders)
Box 213
Folder 5 to 6

(Notes relating to the collection of reproduction for potential publication of lecture series in 1979)

Beatus manuscripts of the apocalypse -- New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture -- Annotated transcripts,
1969 May 2
Box 213
Folder 7 to 8

(Accompanied by editorial notes by Lillian Milgram Schapiro. Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Baudelaire between the imaginary and the real -- Queens College (New York, N.Y.)

Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Annotated transcript,
1969 April 22
Box 213
Folder 9
Annotated typescript,
1969 April 22
Box 213
Folder 10
Annotated outlines and notes,
1969 April 22
Box 213
Folder 11
The present state of art history -- Queens College (New York, N.Y.) -- Annotated outlines, transcript, and notes,
1969 June 5
Box 213
Folder 12

(Lecture title is derived from the sound recording found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

E.A. (Elias Avery) Lowe memorial -- Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.)

(Material relates to Schapiro's eulogy at the memorial. Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Annotated outline, typescripts, notes, and invitations,
1969 October 15
Box 213
Folder 13
Annotated transcript,
1969 October 15
Box 213
Folder 14

Sub-Subseries: III.3.5: 1970s

An experiment in the coherence of forms -- Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum -- Annotated transcript, correspondence, and slides, circa
1970s
Box 213
Folder 15
Men with ideas: Alexander, Daedalus, Icarus: legends of the invention of flying -- Carnegie Institute of Technology

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Annotated and corrected transcripts,
1971 January 27
Box 213
Folder 16

(Accompanied by Schapiro's 1992 editorial notes for potential publication)

Drafts and notes,
1971 January 27
Box 213
Folder 17

(Early drafts of lecture notes from other lectures pertaining to flight)

Research file,
1971 January

Box 214
Folder 1
Research file,
1971 January
Box 214
Folder 2

(Includes annotated outline and research notes on "legends of flight")

Reproductions,
1971 January
Box 214
Folder 3
Ornament and painting -- New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Annotated transcript,
1971 April 23
Box 214
Folder 4

(Accompanied by research notes, alternate drafts, and editorial notes regarding reconstruction of text for potential publication by Lillian Milgram Schapiro)

Annotated transcript,
1978 April 23
Box 214
Folder 5

(Photocopy of transcript with editorial notes created by Miriam Bunim in 1986)

Typescript,
1971 April 23
Box 214
Folder 6

(Typescript created in 1998 following the 1971 annotated transcript. Accompanied by editorial notes by Lillian Milgram Schapiro)

Slide list and notes,
1971
Box 214
Folder 7
Reproductions,
1971
(3 Folders)
Box 214
Folder 8 to 10
Editorial files, 1980s-1990s
Box 214
Folder 11 to 13

(Files contain notes, correspondence, and drafts by Lillian Milgram Schapiro and Robin Sands relating to editing lecture content)

Mondrian's forms and their relation to preceding styles of representation -- Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Transcripts,
1971 October 9

Box 215
Folder 1
Annotated transcripts,
1971 October 9
Box 215
Folder 2
Research notes,
1971 October 9
(5 Folders)
Box 215
Folder 3 to 7
Institutions for a post-technological society : the Universitas Project -- Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) -- Notes, correspondence, and press release,
1972 January
8-9
Box 215
Folder 8

(Schapiro was a participant in the second working session. Notes are chiefly on Jean Baudrillard who participated in the same session)

Graphic analysis of structure -- University of Virginia

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Annotated transcript,
1972 April 11
Box 215
Folder 9

(Accompanied by editorial notes)

Annotated outline,
1972 April 11
Box 215
Folder 10
Slide lists, notes, and correspondence, 1971-1972
Box 215
Folder 11
Alfred Barr eulogy -- Unidentified event -- Annotated outlines and notes,
1972 April
Box 215
Folder 12

(Lecture given at an awards ceremony honoring Barr)

Columbia speaks out on war! -- Typescript and broadside,
1972 May 18
Box 215
Folder 13
Romanesque architectural sculpture -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.) -- Annotated outlines and notes,
1973 January
Box 215
Folder 14

(Accompanied by correspondence)

Science and art -- Yeshiva University -- Annotated outline,
1973 March
Box 215
Folder 15
An experiment with forms in art -- Columbia University -- Annotated transcript,
1973 April 2
Box 215
Folder 16

(Lecture chiefly on Insular art. Accompanied by original outline, research files, clippings, press releases, and correspondence with faculty and students. Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

The use of the Old Testament in the art of the middle ages -- Jewish Museum (New York, N.Y.) -- Transcript, notes, and slide list,
1973 October 22
Box 215
Folder 17

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

The south tower of the cathedral of Chartres -- Columbia University. School of Architecture

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Annotated transcript,
1973 October 3

Box 216
Folder 1
Annotated pages,
1973 October 3
Box 216
Folder 2
Drafts, research notes, and slide lists,
1973 October 3
Box 216
Folder 3
The unity of Picasso's art -- Albright-Knox Art Gallery -- Annotated transcript,
1973 December 5
Box 216
Folder 4

(Accompanied by list of illustrations to be used in a film of the lecture produced by Gittelman Film Associates for the Metropolitan Museum of Art Video Collection. Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Romanesque sculpture -- Collège de France -- Typescripts, broadsides, and invitations,
1974 May
Box 216
Folder 5

(In French. Lecture was originally given in English. Accompanied by research notes, slide lists, correspondence, and invitations)

Museums -- American Assembly -- Arden House (Harriman, N.Y.) -- Annotated outlines, notes, programs, and correspondence,
1974 November
Box 216
Folder 6

(Lecture was given at the forty-sixth annual American Assembly dedicated to art museums in America)

The study of art in the university -- Columbia University -- Annotated outlines, notes, and invitations,
1975 April 7
Box 216
Folder 7

(Lecture given for the School of General Studies alumni)

Structuralism and art -- Columbia University -- Annotated outline, notes, and correspondence,
1976 December
Box 216
Folder 8

(Guest lecture at an anthropology colloquium taught by Paula G. Rubel)

Cézanne and the philosophers -- Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)

(Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Annotated transcripts,
1977 October 11
(2 Folders)
Box 216
Folder 9 to 10
Research notes,
1977 October
Box 216
Folder 11

(Notes are chiefly from the 1950s and includes a summary and critique of Fritz Novotny)

Research notes,
1977 October
Box 216
Folder 12
Research files,
1977 October
(2 Folders)
Box 216
Folder 13 to 14
Editorial notes,
1990s
Box 216
Folder 15

(Notes created by Lillian Milgram Schapiro)

An experiment with the coherence of forms -- Wellesley College -- Slide lists and outlines,
1979 April

Box 217
Folder 1
Hiberno-Saxon art: experiment with forms -- Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum -- Transcript,
1979 June
--
Box 217
Folder 2

(Accompanied by correspondence with Barbara Rose regarding images to use for the lecture)

On logic and method in art history: from classification to explanation -- New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.) -- Transcript,
1979 November 17
--
Box 217
Folder 3

(Lecture given at the "Conference on methods in philosophy and the sciences." Accompanied by essay and reprints of Wayne Dynes' writings on Meyer Schapiro and programs. Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Sub-Subseries: III.3.6: 1980s

Art studies as an inherently interdisciplinary field -- Barnard College-- Annotated outlines and notes,
1980s
Box 217
Folder 4
The unity of Picasso's art -- Columbia University

(Sound recordings of these lectures can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Lecture I -- Uncorrected transcript,
1980 April
Box 217
Folder 5

(Accompanied by research notes)

Lecture II -- Annotated transcript,
1980 April
Box 217
Folder 6
Editorial notes,
1980s
Box 217
Folder 7

(Accompanied by clippings and research notes chiefly on Picasso's Guernica)

Editorial notes and programs,
1980s
Box 217
Folder 8

(Notes created by Lillian Milgram Schapiro attempting to reconstruct portions of similar lectures given at Brandeis University and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery for potential publication)

On the life and work of Arthur Kingsley Porter -- Harvard University

(Lecture given at the "Arthur Kingsley Porter centenary symposium on the theme of abstract and rationality in Romanesque art." Sound recordings of this lecture can be found in Series VII, Subseries VII.2)

Transcripts,
1983 April 10
Box 217
Folder 9

(Accompanied by notes and programs)

Outlines and correspondence 1982-1983
Box 217
Folder 10

Subseries: III.4: Committees, memberships, and professional affiliations, 1972-1990

Subseries: III.4 documents Schapiro's professional role as a member in committees and professional affiliations. The subseries is further arranged by area of professional affiliation as follows: Sub-Subseries: III.4.1: Committees, 1972-1978, Sub-Subseries: III.4.2: Memberships, 1969-1989, Sub-Subseries: III.4.3: Professional affiliations, 1989-1990.

Sub-Subseries: III.4.1: Committees, 1972-1978

The committee to endow a chair in honor of Meyer Schapiro at Columbia University
Correspondence, 1972-1978

Box 218
Folder 1
For Meyer Schapiro : pamphlet,
1974
Box 218
Folder 2

(Pamphlet to promote the limited edition portfolio of prints by twelve artists used to raise funds for the endowment)

Reception program and guest list,
1978
Box 218
Folder 3
Press releases and FAQs, 1972-1978
Box 218
Folder 4
Articles and clippings, 1972-1978
Box 218
Folder 5

Sub-Subseries: III.4.2: Memberships, 1969-1989

American Artists' Congress -- Membership card, 1939-1940
Box 218
Folder 6
Board of trustees -- New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture -- Agenda,
1969
Box 218
Folder 7
American Philosophical Society -- Correspondence and certificate,
1969
Box 218
Folder 8
National Institute of Arts and Letters (U.S.) -- Programs and clippings,
1976
Box 218
Folder 9
Fundació Antoni Tàpies -- Correspondence,
1989
Box 218
Folder 10

(Meyer Schapiro served as an Honorary Member of the organization)

Sub-Subseries: III.4.3: Professional affiliations, 1989-1990

American Academy of Arts and Sciences -- Certificate,
1952

Box 633
Folder 5

(Meyer Schapiro served as a fellow for the organization)

Mediaeval Academy of America -- Correspondence and bylaws,
1970

Box 218
Folder 11
Fondazione Schlesinger -- Correspondence and brochure,
1989
Box 218
Folder 12

(Meyer Schapiro served as an Honorary President for the organization)

British Academy -- Correspondence, certificate, and directory,
1990
Box 218
Folder 13

(Meyer Schapiro served a Corresponding Fellow for the organization)

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