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American Literary Studies



The Nathaniel Tarn Papers

n.b. (This is a preliminary listing; the cataloging of this collection is still on process. Requests for access to material may be delayed.)

Section IV: ANTHROPOLOGY & GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP

R: U.S. ANTHROPOLOGISTS: INDIVIDUAL & GROUP
CORRESPONDENCE FILES

(SEE ALSO MAYA, Ph.D. AND BURMA FILES)

CARLSON (Philippines, Middle East, US Govt. fellow student of NT): 14 ALS, 13 TLSD, 26 pages, 1957-64.

DIAMOND, STANLEY: (Africa, General Theory, Poetry & Anthropology, The New School): 13 TLS, 1 APC; 14 pages & approx. 40 pp. of varied copy re SD and poetry, 1980-+91.
EGGAN, FRED: (N.America, Phiulippines, Kinship Theory, U Chicago, Teacher of NT): 4 ALS; 8 pages & letterpress Memorial Program, 1980-+85.

FRIEDRICH, PAUL: (Indo-European, Anthropology & Poetry, U Chicago): 13 TLS; 14 pages & copy, 1979-83.

LESLIE, CHARLES: (Mexico, India, Medical Anthropology, NYU, U Delaware, Fellow Student of NT): 13 ALS; 42 TLS, 12 APC, 2 TPC; 66 pages, 1957-

NASH, MANNING: (Maya, Burma, U Chicago, Fellow Student of NT): 4 TLS; 4 pages, 1954-67.

REDFIELD,ROBERT (Yucatan, General Theory, U Chicago, Teacher of NT): 2 ALS, 42 TLS; 1 telegram; 59 pages record of NT fieldwork and Ph.D., 1 TLS from Margaret Redfield, 1953-+1956

MISCELLANEOUS GROUP FILES (1960s-1970s; 1970s-1990s)

ARIZPE, LOURDES (Mexico, UNAM); BASCOM, WILLIAM (Cuba, Yoruba Africa, Northwestern); BENEDICT, BURTON (Indian Ocean, U Cal. Berk.) CLIFFORD, JAMES (Theory, UCSB); FAGAN, BRIAN (Africa, UCSB); FERNANDEZ, JAMES (Theory, Princeton); FRIEDRICH, PAUL (Indo-European, Poetry, U.Chicago); LOMAX, ALAN (Musicology, Columbia U.); MAYERHOFF, BARBARA (Yaqui, UCLA); PRATTIS, IAN (Poetry & A., Carlton U.) NASH, JUNE (Latin America, CUNY); SILVERMAN, SYDEL (Theory, CUNY); SINGER, MILTON (India, U. Chicago); SPIRO, MEL (Israel, Burma, Psychology, UCSD); STOCKING, GEORGE (History of A., U. Chicago); TIGER, LIONEL (Theory, Rutgers U.); TURNER, VICTOR (Theory, U.Virginia); WILK, RICK (Belize); WOLF, ERIC (Theory, Peasant Societies, CUNY)

S: BRITISH ANTHROPOLOGISTS: INDIVIDUAL
CORRESPONDENCE FILES

(SEE ALSO PH.D, LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS & SCHOOL OF ORIENTAL & AFRICAN STUDIES FILES)
FIRTH, SIR RAYMOND (Oceania, Theory, London School of Economics, NT's teacher & chief there): 2 ALS, 4 TLS, 1 APC; 6 pages, 1954-78.

FOX, ROBIN (Theory): 4 ALS, 1 TLS, 5 APC; 6 pages and copy relating to Fox's poetic interests, 1971-88.

GARRIGUE, PHILIPPE (Theory, U. Montreal, fellow student of NT): 15 ALS, 2 TLS; 29 pages, 1954-57.

LEACH, SIR EDMUND (Theory, Burma, Cambridge U. eventually Provost, NT's College) 9 TLS; 11 pages, 1966-75.

MISCELLANEOUS GROUP FILES & L.S.E. FILES (1950s & 1960s)

FORDE, DARYLL (Africa, University College); FORTES, MEYER (Africa, Theory, Cambridge U); FREEDMAN, MAURICE (Chinese in S.E. Asia, LSE); GLUCKMANN, MAX (Africa, Theory; U Manchester); LIENHARDT, GEOFFREY (Theory, Africa, Oxford U.); MADGE, CHARLES (sociology, poet, U. Birmingham); MORRIS, STEPHEN (S.E.Asia, LSE);

SOAS FILES (1959-1965)

including general correspondence for 7 years teaching & research at SOAS, SOAS faculty papers and the following international correspondence:

ALLOTT, ANNA (Burma, SOAS): 2 ALS; 2 pages

BASHAM, A.L. (India, SOPAS, Austr.NU): 1 ALS; 1 page

BAILEY, FRED (India,SOAS, UCSD): 1 ALS, 6 TLS; 8 pages

BIANCHI, UGO (History of Religions, U Rome): 5 ALS; 5 pages

BIRNBAUM, NORMAN (Sociology, LSE): 2 TLS; 2 pages

CHIVA, ISAAC: (French Rural Sociology, Levi-Strauss Assistant, fellow student of NT): 3 ALS; 4 pages

CONDOMINAS, GEORGES (Vietnam, EFEO): 1 TLS; 1 page
D'ARGENCE, YVES (Asian Art, SFO Museum of Art): 1 ALS; 1 page

DE BERVAL, RENE (France-Asie, Tokyo): 7 TLS; 10 pages (*)

DORE, R. (Japan; SOAS): 2 ALS, 2 TLS; 4 pages

EVERS, HANS DIETER (S.E.Asia): 2 TLS, 2 pages

FIRTH, SIR RAYMOND (Oceania, Theory, LSE): 1 TLS; 1 page

FOX, ROBIN (Kinship, LSE, Rutgers U): 1 TLS; 1 page

FREEDMAN, MAURICE (China in S.E. Asia, LSE): 3 ALS, 1 TLS; 4 pages

FURER-HAIMENDORF VON, CHRISTOPH (India, SOAS, NT's chief there): 5 ALS;, 4 TLS; 14 pages, 1958-65.

GELLNER, ERNST (Philosophy & A, LSE) 2 TLS; 2 pages

HEINE-GELDERN, R (Asia, U Vienna): 1 TLS; 1 page

HORNER, I.B. (Pali Text Society): 2 ALS; 3 pages

JACOBS, LOUIS (Kabbalah): 2 TLS; 3 pages

HOYKAAS, C. (Indonesia, SOAS); 1 ALS, 1 page

KING, WINSTON (Buddhism): 1 TLS; 1 page

KUNDSTATER, PETER (S.E.Asia): 3 TLS; 3 pages

LANG, D.M. (Ancient Iran, SOAS); 1 ALS, 1 TLS; 2 pages

LEON, ARGELIERS (Cuba, U Havana): 3 TLS, 1 APC; 3 pages

LESLIE, CHARLES (Mexico, India, NYU, Delaware U, Fellow Student of NT): 1 TLS; 1 page

LING, TREVOR (Buddhism): 1 ALS, 1 TLS; 2 pages

MILLS, J.P.: (Assam Nagas, India Civil Service): 2 ALS; 21 Pages (*)

NASH, MANNING (Guatemala, Burma, U Chicago, Fellow Student of NT): 2 TLS; 2 pages

OBEYESEKERE, GANANATH (Ceylon, Princeton U): 1 ALS, 1 page

PARRINDER, GEOFFREY (African Religions): 3 TLS; 3 pages

PAUL, BEN (Guatemala, Stanford U): 3 TLS; 4 pages

PITT-RIVERS, JULIAN: (Spain; Chicago U; Oxford U): 2 ALS; 4 pages.

POREE-MASPERO, E. (Cambodia): 1 ALS; 1 page

SARKISYANZ, EMMANUEL (Revolutions, Messianism, S.E.Asia, U Freiburg): 2 TLS: 2 pages

SCHOLEM, GERSHON (Kabbalah, U Jerusalem): 1 TLS; 1 page

SHILS, EDWARD (Sociology, U Chicago, Cambridge U): 1 TLS; 1 page

SPIRO, MEL (Burma, UCSD): 3 TLS; 3 pages

STRESSER-PEAN, GUY (Mexico): 1 TLS; 1 page

TAMBIAH, S.J. (Theory, Ceylon, S.E. Asia, Harvard U): 1 ALS; 2 pages

TINKER, HUGH (S.Asia History, SOAS): 1 ALS; 1 page

TUCCI, GIUSEPPE (Himalayas, U Rome): 2 TLS; 2 pages

WARD, BARBARA (S.E.Asia, SOAS): 3 TLS; 5 pages

WAUCHOPE, ROBERT (Maya, Tulane U): 2 TLS; 2 pages

WERBLOWSKY, R. ZWI (Kabbalah, U Jerusalem): 2 TLS; 2 pages

T:FRENCH ANTHROPOLOGISTS: INDIVIDUAL
CORRESPONDENCE FILES

CHIVA, ISAAC & Ariane CHIVA (French Rural Sociology, Europe; Assistant to Levi-Strauss, Fellow Student of NT): 18 ALS, 1 APC, 1 TPC; 44 pages, 1951-68.

DIETERLEN, GERMAIN (Africa): 5 ALS, 1 TLS, 1 APC; 10 pages, 1952-66 (in GRIAULE file).

GRIAULE, MARCEL (Africa, the Sorbonne, First Teacher of NT)): 1 ALS, 1 APC; 2 pages: 1951.

LEVI-STRAUSS, CLAUDE (Theory; College de France, Second Teacher of NT): 6 ALS, 2 TLS, 1 APC; 8 pages, 1953-70.

MACDONALD, A.W.: (Himalayan Region; U Nanterre, Fellow Student of NT): 13 ALS, 3 APC, 1 TPC; 31 pages, 1951-

TARDITS, CLAUDE & CLAUDIE TARDITS: (Africa, EHP, Fellow Student of NT): 16 ALs, 9 TLSD, 2 APC; 58 pages, 1951-57.

U: GUATEMALAN MAYA FILES: 1950s

ARRIOLA, JORGE LUIS (IIN Guatemala): 8 TLS; 8 pages, 1958-60.

BASCOM, WILLIAM (Northwestern U., Yoruba, Afro-American, Cuba): 1 TLS; 1 page, 1956.

BLOM, FRANZ (Chiapas Maya): 1 TLS, 3 TPC; 1 page, 1957.

CASO, ALFONSO (INI, Mexico): 2 TLS; 2 pages, 1956.

CEREZO, HUGO (IIN, Guatemala): 1 TLS; 1 page, 1954.

DAVALO HURTADO, E. (SMA, Mexico); 2 TLS; 2 page, 1956.

DE DIOS ROSALES, JUAN: (IIN, Guatemala): 4 TLS; 4 pages, 1950s.
DREYFUS-ROCHE, SIMONE (Paris): 2 TLS; 2 pages, 1953.

FIRTH, J.R. (Linguistics, SOAS): 1 TLS; 1 Page, 1953.

FOSTER, GEROGE. M. (Smithsonian, Mexico): 2 TLS; 2 pages, 1952.

MCQUOWN, NORMAN (U. Chicago, Maya Linguistics): 2 TLS; 2 pages; 1953.

NOVAL, JOAQUIN (IIN, Guatema): 3 TLS; 3 pages, 1954.

O'GORMAN, EDMUNDO (History & Philosophy, Colegio de Mexico): 1 ALS; 2 pages, 1951.

THOMPSON, SIR J. ERIC (Maya): correspondence (*).

WAUCHOPE, ROBERT (Tulane U., Maya): 6 TLS; 7 pages

PH.D CORRESPONDENCE FILES (1950s) See also REDFIELD file:

EGGAN, FRED (U Chicago; Theory, Teacher of NT): 3 ALS; 6 pages, 1956 - +.

FIRTH, SIR RAYMOND (LSE, Theory, Teacher of NT): 2 ALS; 4 pages, 1956.

TAX, SOL: (N. America, Theory, U Chicago): 5 TRLS, 6 pages & memos, 1954-56.

WACH, JOACHIM (U Chicago; Hist. of Religion; Ph. D. Sub-Director): 5 ALS; 5 pages, 1954.

RECENT MAYA FILES (1970s to Present):

Correspondence with DIDIER BORREMANS (U del Valle, Guatemala); DAVID CARRASCO (U. Colorado, Printon U); GARY GOSSEN (SUNY Albany); NORMAN HAMMOND (Boston U); TIMOTHY KNAB (U de las Americas, Puebla); CHRISTOPHER LUTZ (Mesoamerica); MERLE GREENE ROBERTSON (PARI, Middle American Art Research Institute); CHRISTOPHER WILCOX (U Michigan); JOWN WATANABE (Dartmouth C); SisterALICE ZACHMANN (Guatemalan Human Rights Commission, US), etc.

V: BURMA FILES

BURMA: PREPARATION & ALTERNATIVES (c.1957):

BARNES, J.A.(Australian National U, Theory): 1 TLS; 1 page

FITZGERALD, C.P. (Australian National U, China History): 1 TLS; 1 page

CHRISTIE, A.H. (SOAS, S.E.Asia History): 1 ALS; 1 page

LOBSINGER-DELLENBACH, M. (Ethnog. Museum, Geneva, Tibet): 2 TLS; 2 pages

MEAD, MARGARET (American Mus Natural History; Theory, Oceania): 1 ALS, 3 TLS; 4 pages

METRAUX, A. (UNESCO, Carribean): 2 TLS; 2 pages

PALMIER, L. (Indonesia): 4 TLS; 4 pages

ROSSER, COLIN (SOAS, India): 1 ALS, 1 page

SINGER, MILTON (U Chicago, India) 1 TLS; 1 page

BURMA: U.K. FILES (1958 - early 60s):

ALLEN, G.F. (UK Ambassador, SOAS, Burmese): 1 ALS, 1 page

ALLOTT, ANNA (SOAS, Burmese): 3 ALS, 3 pages

COLLIS, MAURICE (India Civil Service, Burma): 1 ALS, 4 TLS; 4 pages

FIRTH, SIR RAYMOND (LSE, Theory): 1 TLS; 1 page

FORGE, ANTHONY (Australian Nat. U. New Guinea): 4 TLS; 4 pages

HARVEY, G.E. (ICS, Burma History): 2 ALS; 2 pages

HORNER, I.B (Pali Text Society): 1 ALS, 1 TLS; 2 pages

HUMPHREYS, CHRISTOPHER (King's Councillor; Buddhism): 1 TLS; 1 page

HURWITZ, J (Sociology Institute, the Hague): 1 ALS; 1 page

LAFFONT, R. (EFEO, Laos): 1 TLS, 1 page

LUCE, GORDON (Bloomsbury Group; Burma Archeology): 1 ALS; 1 page & copy

SARKISYANZ, EMMANUEL (Freiburg U, S.E.Asia): 3 ALS, 2 TLS; 5 pages

WERBLOWSKY, R.Z. (U Jerusalem): 1 ALS, 1 page

BURMA: U.S. FILES (1958- late 60s)

BROHM, JOHN (AID, Burma): 1 TLS; 1 page

EBERHARD, W. (U. California, Berk., China History): 6 TLS; 6 pages

GARD, RICHARD (Yale, Burma): 3 TLS; 3 pages

GEERTZ, CLIFFORD (U California, later Institute Princeton, Bali, Theory): 1 TLS; 1 page

HARPER, E.: (Bryn Mawr, Burma): 1 ALS; 1 page

JACOBSON, N. (Winthrop, Burma): 1 TLS; 1 page

LEHMANN, F.K. (U Illinois, Burma): 2 TLS, 2 pages

MEHDEN, F. VON DER (U Wisconsin, S.E.Asia): 1 TLS; 1 page

MOERMAN, M. (Yale, Thailand): 1 TLS, 1 page

PYE, LUCIAN (MIT, S.E.Asia Political Science): 3 TLS; 3 pages

SPIRO, MEL: (U.Washington, UCSD; Burma): 1 TLS; 1 page

STURTEVANT, W. (Smithsonian, Burma): 1 TLS, 1 page

TEXTOR, R. (Cornell, S.E.Asia, Japan): 2 TLS; 2 pages

TRAGER, F. (Council Foreign Relations, S.E.Asia Pol. Sci.): 2 ALS, 4 TLS; 6 pages

THOMPSON, J. (Thai Silk Co.): 1 ALS, 1 page

LONG FILE OF CORRESPONDENCE WITH ASIA FOUNDATION (1950s-1960s)

RETURN FROM BURMA FILES (1950s - 1960s)

MAURICE, DAVID: (Burma, Burma Govt.): Extensive correspondence (*)

SOAS AFRASIAN FILES: texts connected with special issue of SOAS student magazine, on Ethnic Literatures edited by NT:

TANAR BAYBARS; ANTHONY KERRIGAN; BERNARD LEWIS; W.S. MERWIN; OMAR POUND; AMELIE RORTY; DENNIS SILK; RUTH FAINLIGHT SILLITOE; ALASTAIR REID; ASSIA WEVILL

X: GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE FILES, ANTHROPOLOGY YEARS

CLIFTON COLLEGE, BRISTOL, FILE, 1940s.

ONE EACH YEAR FROM 1961 TO 1969 (9)

CAMBRIDGE U FILES, 1946-48 (3).

PARIS FILES: 1949-51 (4)

SMITH-MUNDT-FULBRIGHT SCHOLARSHIP FILE (1951-3).
YALE U & U CHICAGO FILES: 1951-53.

LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS FILES: 1953-57 (details above).

ACADEMIC DEGREES FILE: 1948.

WORLD FELLOWSHIP OF BUDDHISTS, BANGKOK CONFERENCE RESEARCH FILE: 1958-59.

SOAS TEACHING/SYLLABUS FILES: 1960-67 (3: details above)

HAWAII-JAPAN FILE: 1961.

BEGINNINGS OF "CULTURAL SURVIVAL" ORGANIZATION FILE.

INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF RELIGIONS ASSOCIATION FILE.

CORNELL VISITING PROFESSORSHIP ABANDONMENT FILE: 1967-69.

PASSPORT FILES.

IMMIGRATION TO U.S. FILE: 1969-70.

TRANSFER TO COMPARATIVE LITERATURE FILES:

UNIVERSITY OF ESSEX FILES (DONALD DAVIE correspondence), 1966.

SUNY BUFFALO SUMMER FILE: 1969.

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY FILES: 1970-71.

SUNY PURCHASE FILE: 1970.

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY FILES: 1970-85 (9).

ALASKA RESEARCH FILES: 1974-78 (2).

LINDBLAD ALASKA-HOKKAIDO FILE: 1977.

BAJA WHALING TEACHING TRIP FILE: 1978.

SOCIEDAD MEXICANA DE ANTROPOLOGIA FILE: 1981.

MEXICO CORRESPONDENCE FILE: 1977-80.

WENNER GREN & SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL FILE, GRANTS: 1979-83.

BELIZE-MEXICO-GUATEMALA ANTHRO/LIT RESEARCH FILES: 1978-1983.

ATITLAN RESEARCH SECRETARIAL FILE: 1979.

THE BLOOD OF KINGS (MAYA) CONFERENCE FILE: 1986.

WOODROW WILSON BURMA CONFERENCE FILE, WASHINGTON D.C., 1986.

GENERAL BUDDHIST STUDIES FILES: (1970s-1990s).

TIBETAN BUDDHISM FILES: (1970s-90s).

ZEN BUDDHISM STUDIES FILES: (1970s-1990s).

ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH MATERIALS

1) Student Notebooks from Universities of Cambridge; Paris; Chicago, etc.

2) "TIGER MYTHOLOGY AMONG THE ASSAM NAGAS", unpublished graduate student thesis at U of Paris Ecole des Hautes Etudes under Paul Levy.

3) Proposed study of Afro-Carribean religion (Santeria)

4) Other studies.

5) Unpublished FIELD DIARY, hand-written in two volumes of the Guatemala Research at Santiago Atitlan, one year, 1962-3.

6) Author's Bound Copy of the unpublished (though U. Chicago microfilmed) LONG TEXT of WORLD VIEW AND RELIGION IN A GUATEMALAN VILLAGE and subsequent manuscripts and typescripts of THE SHORT TEXT, leading to LOS ESCANDALOS DE MAXIMON.

7) Hundreds of pages of original typed and written field notes on Guatemala, 1952-3.

8) Notes and Correspondence relating to a 1961 trip to the Tenth Pacific Science Conference (Seminar Convened on THERAVADA BUDDHIST SOCIOLOGY), Hawaii, followed by one month Research time in Japan with research into JAPANESE NEW RELIGIONS; BUDDHISM & SHINTO; some 40 pp. of unpublished materials on Japanese subjects; card indices; tape recordings etc.

9) Unpublished FIELD DIARY of research in Burma, Thailand & Cambodia, 18 months 1958-59, 320 typed pages, outlining the whole Burma experience religious and political.

10) Hundreds of pages of manuscript material of various drafts towards SANGHA & STATE IN BURMA, commissioned by the Royal Institute of International Affairs, London & the Rockefeller Foundation, published by Cornell U.P. At least two versions of the book, including original Tarn version in draft, approx 700 pages; pluys re-worked versions by John Ferguson (Cornell U.); approx 500 pages; plus other drafts. Cornell book about 1/2 the size of the original. Book was one of a proposed three, but the latter subsist only in field notes.

11) Proofs for above work, uncorrected.

12) Hundreds of pages of card index and notes on Buddhist Studies.

13) Plan for a picture book on Burma, offered to Allen & Unwin, Thames & Hudson, etc. but Unpublished (too early, no interest then).

14) Three files: Long correspondence with Royal Institute of International Affairs regarding the Rockefeller Grant for Burma research (*)

15) Two files: Long correspondence with UNESCO concerning Burma (*)

16) Hundreds of pages of hand written & typed field notes on the Burma Research.

17) Approx. 500 pages of studies and drafts of articles, reviews, essays of various kinds, published in scholarly & other periodicals:

Mondes africains,
Une etude d'anthropologie sociale sur l'Espagne
Past & Present Patterns of Religious & Political Organization in Highland Guatemala
Les indiens Mayas du Guatemala
Les Mayas de hautes terres
Indonesian Society in Transition
A 'Stout Fighter'
The Buddha & Five After Centuries
The Path of the Buddha
La nouvelle Birmanie
De l'Olympe a la Guinee
The King, the Traitor & the Cross
A Guatemalan Sacred Bundle
Maximon: an Inconographical Introduction
Some Present Trends of Social Anthropology in France
Religion & Authority in Modern Burma
Sons of the Shaking Earth
A Plea for the Preservation of Buddhist Art in Burma
Aspects of Caste
A Messianic Buddhist Association in Upper Burma
Bali
The Virgin's Life: Life in an Aztec Village Today
Buddhism & Politics in Burma
Dos oraciones indigenas de Santiago Atitlan
Self Sacrifice by Fire
Ainu Creed & Cult
The Uses of Religious Scepticism in Burma
Buddhism & the Burmese Establishment
Observations on a Tour in the Region of Mt. Popa, Central Burma
Road Belong Cargo
Initiation & the Paradox of Power: a Sociological Approach
Some Notes on a Sociological Approach to Gnosticism
World View: for Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences
The 'Uninvited Guest:' Ancilla to Levi Strauss on Totemism and Primitive Thought
Ritual & Mythology: for Handbook of Middle American Indians
Primitive Secret Societies
Masters of the Buddhist Occult: The Burmese Weikzas

18) Copies in original editions of all above published titles

JOB SEARCH IN U.S. FILES 1966-69: Correspondence with:

BURTON BENEDICT (Anthropologist); PHILIPPE GARRIGUE (Anthropologist); DONALD HALL (Poet); MICHAEL HAMBURGER (Poet; Translator); J.M. MATHEWS (Historian of Surrealism); ROGER SHATTUCK (Critic); GEORGE STARBUCK (Poet)

 

 

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