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Abstract

Papers of Jerome Rothenberg, American poet, performance artist, editor, translator, and teacher. The papers document Rothenberg's writing and editorial career. Although the collection contains some materials from earlier periods, the bulk of the papers date from the late 1960s through the early 2000s. There is extensive correspondence with people involved in contemporary art and literature, as well as materials related to Rothenberg's teaching career at both the State University of New York, Binghamton and at UCSD. Also documented is Rothenberg's involvement in festivals, conferences, and domestic and international reading tours. A small group of personal and family materials is included.

Biography

Jerome Rothenberg was born in New York City in 1931, the son of Morris and Estelle Lichtenstien Rothenberg. He graduated from the City College of New York in 1952 and the following year received a Master's Degree in Literature from the University of Michigan. He spent the years 1953-1955 in the U.S. Army, stationed in Mainz, Germany, and returned for further graduate studies at Columbia University from 1956 to 1959.

Rothenberg's first published work, a group of translations from the German, appeared in the Winter 1957 issue of The Hudson Review. In 1958 Lawrence Ferlinghetti asked Rothenberg to translate a collection of postwar German poetry, which City Lights Books published in 1959 as New Young German Poets. This work marked the first appearance in English of such poets as Paul Celan, Gunter Grass, and Ingeborg Bachman.

In 1958 Rothenberg founded Hawk's Well Press, which published early works by Robert Kelly, Diane Wakoski, Armand Schwerner, and Rochelle Owens, as well as Rothenberg's first book of poems, White Sun Black Sun. As an adjunct to these activities, Rothenberg edited the magazine Poems from the Floating World, which included new works by poets Jackson Mac Low, Robert Bly, Denise Levertov, Paul Blackburn, Gary Snyder, and Robert Duncan. The magazine was superseded in 1965 by Some/Thing, co-edited with David Antin.

Rothenberg's works during this period reflect his experimentation with image in White Sun Black Sun (1960) and attempts at thematic enlargement in The Seven Hells of the Jigoku Zoshi (1962) to experiments with silences and disjunctions in Sightings (1964) to further explorations of alternate poetic structures, uses of found poetry and collage, development of forms suggested by Gertrude Stein's work, experiments with dialogue and narrative that mark The Gorky Poems (1966), Conversations (1968), and Poems 1964-1967. These concerns and the connections between them were presented in Rothenberg's next work, Poems for the Game of Silence (1970).

Rothenberg's concern for the relationship between "primitive" and modern poetry led to the development of an anthology of primitive and archaic poetry, Technicians of the Sacred (1968). With the completion of this work, Rothenberg directed his attention to ethnopoetics and began a study of Senecan Indian songs at the the Allegheny Reservation in Steamburg, New York.

In 1968 Rothenberg received a grant from the Wenner-Gren Foundation in Anthropological Research to conduct a two-part experiment in the translation of American Indian poetry. The project involved a collaborative translation between Rothenberg and Seneca songmen and the translation of a series of Navajo horse-blessing songs. This close study and involvement with American Indian poetry and ritual promoted the development of Rothenberg's next anthology, Shaking the Pumpkin: Traditional Poetry of the Indian North Americans (1972).

Rothenberg's interest in American Indian and other tribal/oral poetries led to the development of a magazine, Alcheringa, the first periodical devoted exclusively to ethnopoetics which he co-edited with Dennis Tedlock from 1970-1976. Concurrent with this interest, Rothenberg began exploring his own ancestral themes and the lost world of Jewish Poland in a series of poems which culminated in A Book of Testimony (1971), Esther K. Comes to America (1973), and Poland/1931 (1974).

With George Quasha, Rothenberg published America a Prophecy in 1974. The intent of this anthology was to redefine the past and present of American poetry over an expanse of time and cultures. Also in that year he received a Guggenheim Fellowship, and in 1976 a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

In 1978 Rothenberg published A Big Jewish Book: Poems and Other Visions of the Jews From Tribal Times to the Present. Co-edited with Harris Lenowitz and Charles Doria, this volume broke new ground in the fields of poetry and history. To document the entire range of the Jewish poetry tradition, Rothenberg divided the book into three sections which explore the mythic, historic, and poetic themes of Jewish poetry. Many of the works contained were newly translated or uncovered.

Rothenberg's next major anthology, Symposium of the Whole: A Range of Discourse Toward an Ethnopoetics, co-edited with Diane Rothenberg, appeared in 1983. This book traces an ongoing course of work and thought on poetry and culture that has influenced the art of modern times. Symposium follows the concept of ethnopoetics from the writings of predecessors such as Vico, Blake, Thoreau, and Tzara to more recent essays and manifestos by poets and social thinkers, including Olson, Eliade, Snyder, and Baraka.

Since 1960, Rothenberg has served as an instructor at various colleges and universities, including: the City College of New York (1960-1961); the Mannes College of Music, New York City (1961-1970); the University of California, San Diego (Regents' Professor, 1971); the New School for Social Research (1971-1972); the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (1974-1976); San Diego State University (1976-1977); the University of California, San Diego (1977-1985); SUNY Albany (Writer in Residence, 1986); SUNY Binghampton (1986-1988); and the University of California, San Diego (1988- ).

Finally, Rothenberg has translated work by Paul Celan, Eugen Gomringer, Rolf Hochhuth, Garcia Lorca, Kurt Schwitters and many other European writers into English. In 1968 Rothenberg received a Wenner-Gren Foundation grant for the experimental translation of American Indian poetry. Rothenberg's own selected poetry, Poems for the Game of Silence, has appeared in French, Swedish, and Flemish/Dutch editions, and his work has been extensively translated.

Since the 1980s, Rothenberg has continued to author poetry books including Vienna Blood (1980), Pre-faces and Other Writings (1981), That Dada Strain (1983), New Selected Poems 1970-1985 (1986), Khurbn and Other Poems (1989), The Lorca Variations (1993), An Oracle for Delfi (1995), Pictures of the Crucifixion: Poems (1996), Seedings & Other Poems (1996), Paradise of Poets (1999), and Poems for the Game of Silence (2000). He has also continued translating other poet's work including Lorca, Gomringer, Schwitters, Picasso, and Nezval. In 1983, he published, with wife Diane Rothenberg, Symposium of the Whole: A Range of Discourse Toward an Ethnopoetics. In 1995 and 1998, he co-edited with Pierre Jorie, a two-volume anthology of twentieth-century poetry, Poems for the Millennium and A Book of the Book: Some Work and Projections about the Book and Writing, (2001) with Steven Clay from Granary Books.

Rothenberg has always been involved with poetry performance, including a Broadway adaptation of Rolf Hochhuth's The Deputy(1964), radio soundplays written and performed for Westdeuttscher Rundfunk (Cologne), a theatrical version of Poland/1931, by Hanon Reznikov and the Living Theater (1988), a theatrical staging of That Dada Strain, by Luke Theodor Morrison, and a musical version of Khurbn, (with composer Charlie Morrow and Japanese novelist Makoto Oda), produced for the Bread & Puppet Theater (1995).

In addition to the Wenner-Gren Foundation award, Rothenberg's work has been recognized with a Guggenheim fellowship (1974), a National Endowment for the Arts grant (1976), PEN Oakland awards (including two Josephine Miles Awards (1994 and 1996), a USA West Award (1994) and an American Center award), the Alfonso el Sabio Translation Award (2004), and an American Book Award (1982). He has also received an honorary doctorate from the State University of New York.

Rothenberg's most recent works include A Book of Witness: Spells & Gris-Gris (2003), Writing Through: Translations & Variations (2004) and his thirteenth book of poems from New Directions, Triptych: Poland/1931, Khurbn, The Burning Babe (2007).

Rothenberg resides in Encinitas, California and has been a San Diego County resident since 1976. He is professor emeritus of visual arts at the University of California, San Diego.

Scope and Content of Collection

Accessions Processed in 1990

The Jerome Rothenberg Papers primarily document Rothenberg's writing and editorial work. There are also materials relating to his teaching, along with his extensive correspondence with people involved in comtemporary art and literature. A small group of personal and family materials is also included. Although the collection contains some materials from earlier periods, the bulk of the accessions date from the late 1960s through the 1980s. The collection is arranged in seven series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 2) CORRESPONDENCE, 3) WRITINGS, 4) ANTHOLOGIES EDITED BY ROTHENBERG, 5) JOURNALS AND PUBLICATIONS EDITED BY ROTHENBERG, 6) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, and 7) SUBJECT FILES.

SERIES 1: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

The BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS include newspaper clippings about Rothenberg, family materials (including family correspondence), and personal memorabilia.

SERIES 2: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE, which is extensive, includes letters to and from people prominent in contemporary art and literature. The series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Correspondence with people represented by less than three items is filed in miscellaneous files under the appropriate letter of the alphabet. Some correspondence regarding Rothenberg's publications or editorial work can be found in other series. Prominent correspondents include: Paul Blackburn, including personal and professional letters regarding The Nation; Robert Creeley, including letters to Rothenberg and copies of Rothenberg's replies, some letters relating to sound and image in poetry; Diane Di Prima, represented by a small number of personal letters; George Economou, including personal and professional correspondence; Clayton Eshleman, including some personal correspondence; Lawrence Ferlinghetti, correspondence concerning translations; Allen Ginsberg, represented by a small group of letters; a small group of letters from David Ignatow; Robert Kelly, including early correspondence concerning his poems, and later personal correspondence; Jackson Mac Low, correspondence concerning the publication of his poetry; Steve McCaffery, correspondence concerning poems and readings; bp nichol, a small group of letters; George Oppen, concerning his poems and comments on Revolution of the Word; Ron Silliman, concerning poems and Alcheringa; Gary Snyder, correspondence regarding ethnopoetics; and Louis Zukofsky, correspondence concerning poems and writings of others.

SERIES 3: WRITINGS

The series WRITINGS is subdivided into Early Writings, Original Poetry, Poetry Readings and Other Oral Presentations, Translations, Prefaces and Introductions, Essays and Criticism, Periodical Contributions, and Notebooks. Within each subseries, works are arranged in approximate chronological order. Included are manuscripts, typescripts, notes, and correspondence. Of interest in the Early Writings are some of Rothenberg's dramatic works. The subseries Original Poetry is wide-ranging in scope and includes business correspondence regarding the publication of individual works, early drafts, typescripts, and notes. Almost all of Rothenberg's published books of poetry are represented here. The materials for Seneca Journal include background and source material used by Rothenberg.

SERIES 4: ANTHOLOGIES EDITED BY ROTHENBERG

The series ANTHOLOGIES contains materials relating to all of the anthologies edited by Rothenberg. Files for each work are extensive. Included is manuscript material, early versions, final versions, source materials, and many notes. Materials for Big Jewish Book include typescripts by contributors with accompanying correspondence.

SERIES 5: JOURNALS AND PUBLICATIONS EDITED BY ROTHENBERG

Within the series JOURNALS AND PUBLICATIONS EDITED BY ROTHENBERG can be found manuscripts and typescripts edited or published by Rothernberg for various journals. Included are a wide range of production materials, including notes, artwork, paste-ups, and correspondence.

SERIES 6: WRITINGS OF OTHERS

The WRITINGS OF OTHERS contains mostly typescripts (original, carbon, or photocopied) of poems by other writers. Included are works by Paul Blackburn, Diane Di Prima, George Economou, and Clayton Eshleman.

SERIES 7: SUBJECT FILES

The series, SUBJECT FILES, includes materials generated by Rothenberg in his various teaching posts. Also included are materials relating to conferences, symposia, and transcriptions of interviews with Rothenberg.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES contains the originals of brittle or high acid content documents that have been photocopied.

Accessions Processed in 2005

The 2005 accession to the Jerome Rothenberg Papers adds documentation of Rothenberg's writing and editorial work, as well as materials relating to his teaching, correspondence with people in the contemporary art and literature scene, and his participation in conferences, festivals and readings throughout the United States and around the world. A small group of personal materials is included. Although the accession (1965-2001) contains some materials from earlier periods, the bulk of the accession dates from the 1980s through 2001. The accession is arranged in twelve series: 9) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 10) CORRESPONDENCE, 11) WRITINGS, 12) ANTHOLOGIES EDITED BY ROTHENBERG, 13) COLLABORATION, 14) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, 15) TEACHING MATERIALS, 16) INTERVIEWS AND CRITICISMS, 17) READINGS, FESTIVALS AND CONFERENCES, 18) WRITING SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS, 19) POETRY READING TOURS, and 20) AUDIOCASSETTE RECORDINGS.

SERIES 9: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

The BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS series includes newspaper clippings about Rothenberg's participation in a protest of artists against the Vietnam War (1965), biographies and bibliographies, PEN Award materials (1993-1994), miscellaneous photographs of Rothenberg and others, and personal memorabilia such as Rothenberg's bachelor of arts graduation program from City College (1952)

SERIES 10: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series includes letters from friends, collaborators, and others prominent in contemporary art and literature. Included is correspondence from Démosthène Agrafiotis, Jack Collom, Michael Davidson, Diane Di Prima, Caryl and Clayton Eshleman, Lyn Hejinian, Susan Howe, Jackson Mac Low, Oda Makato, Matthew Rothenberg (son), Armand Schwerner, Ian Tyson, and Anne Waldman. Also included is correspondence with numerous publishing houses and literary magazines, such as Artists-Bookworks (1993), Arundel Press (1988-1993), Exact Change (1995-2000), New Directory Publishing Corp. (1985-2000), Perishable Press Limited (1986-1989), Singing Horse Press (1988), and the Sun and Moon Press (1989-1991). Finally, the series contains correspondence regarding requests for submissions and permissions to reprint Rothenberg's works. The correspondence is arranged in alphabetical order and includes unidentified correspondence.

SERIES 11: WRITINGS

The WRITINGS series is arranged in five subseries: A) Uncollected Poetry, B) Collected Poetry, C) Prose, D) Translations, and E) Notebooks. Included are manuscripts, typescripts, production materials, reviews, and correspondence. Of interest in the Collected Poetry subseries are materials on Apres Le Jeu du Silence: 12 Poemes de Jerome Rothenberg (French translations), Poems for the Game of Silence (1971) (Dutch translation), Poland/1931 (1988 adaptation for the Living Theatre), Capala Capers (1982), That Dada Strain (1983), Gematria (1994), Khurbn and Other Poems (1989), The Lorca Variations (1989), An Oracle for Delphi (1994), Seedlings and Other Poems (1996) and A Paradise of Poets (1999). The Prose subseries includes Rothenberg introductions to readings by other poets, including Allen Ginsberg, Susan Howe, John Taggart, and Wai-Lim Yip. The Translation subseries contains material on Rothenberg's translation, with editor and translator Pierre Joris, of Kurt Schwitters work. The book is entitled Pppppp: Poems, Performance Pieces, Proses, Plays, Poetics (1993). Also included are materials related to Rothenberg's translations of Federico Garcia Lorca entitled, Suites (2001). The Notebooks subseries contains notebooks (1984-1998) with handwritten annotations by Rothenberg.

SERIES 12: ANTHOLOGIES EDITED BY ROTHENBERG

This series contains extensive materials on Poems for the Millennium, Volumes 1 and 2, (1995 -1998), and Book of the Book: Some Words and Projections About the Book and Writing (2000), edited with Steven Clay. Less extensive materials exist for Technicians of the Sacred (1968), Shaking the Pumpkin (1972), Big Jewish Book (1978), and Symposium of the Whole (1983).

SERIES 13: COLLABORATIONS

The COLLABORATIONS series contains materials related to work Rothenberg did with William Xerra, David Rathman, Bertran Turetzky, Charlie Morrow, Carlos Villa, and Shekinah.

SERIES 14: WRITINGS OF OTHERS

The WRITINGS OF OTHERS series contains mostly typescripts (original and copies) of poems by other writers and translators. Included are works by Démosthène Agrafiotis, Jim Cody, Michael Davidson, Gary Gach, Leland Hickman, Carolyn Lei-Lanilau, Harris Lenowitz, Marjorie Perloff, Gary Snyder, Wai-Lim Yip and Nina Zivancevic.

SERIES 15: TEACHING MATERIALS

The TEACHING MATERIALS series contains teaching materials in two subseries: A) Course materials and B) Course readers. The files document various courses taught (1976-1998) at the University of Wisconsin, University of Southern California, San Diego State University, University of Oklahoma at Norman, State University of New York (SUNY), Binghamton and the University of California, San Diego.

SERIES 16: WRITINGS ON ROTHENBERG

This series contains articles, essays, and interviews about and with Rothenberg. Included is a typescript draft of Harry Polkinhorn's Jerome Rothenberg: A Descriptive Bibliography, articles and essays presented at poetry conferences and in magazines, and interviews in domestic and foreign publications.

SERIES 17: READINGS, FESTIVALS AND CONFERENCES

The READINGS, FESTIVALS AND CONFERENCES series is arranged in three subseries: A) Events, B) Flyers and Announcements, and C) Correspondence. The series contains correspondence, flyers, clippings, posters, and programs, which document Rothenberg's extensive participation (1981-2000) in events in the United States and around the world. Included are materials on the St. Mark's Poetry Project Readings (1982-1998), the Taos Poetry Circus (1990-2000), and University of California, San Diego's New Writing Series.

SERIES 18: WRITING SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS

This series documents Rothenberg's participation in writing workshops at the Poets House, University of Athens, Technical University of Crete, and the Naropa Institute, as well as poetry workshops in San Miguel and Tijuana, Mexico.

SERIES 19: POETRY READING TOURS

This series documents Rothenberg's poetry reading tours (1997-1999) to France and New York City.

SERIES 20: AUDIOCASSETTE RECORDINGS

This AUDIOCASSETTE RECORDINGS (1975-1997) series is arranged in four subseries: A) Rothenberg and Others Reading, B) Rothenberg Reading Titled Works, C) Interviews, and D) Readings by Others. Of interest is a 1985 recording of "Voice" with Allen Ginsberg at the Naropa Institute, interviews for KPFK and KPFA in Los Angeles (1983, 1994) and for KPBS's "These Days" program in San Diego. The Recordings of Others include readings by Theresa Allen, Kumamoto, and Charlie Morrow.

Accessions Processed in 2007

The accessions processed in 2007 continue the documentation of the life of a poet and teacher. The accession is arranged in ten series: 21) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 22) CORRESPONDENCE, 23) WRITINGS BY ROTHENBERG, 24) RESEARCH MATERIALS, 25) ARTICLES, CRITICISM, AND REVIEWS, 26) WRITINGS OF OTHERS, 27) TEACHING MATERIALS, 28) READINGS, FESTIVALS, AND CONFERENCES, 29) POETRY READING TOURS, and 30) AUDIO RECORDINGS.

SERIES 21: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

The BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS series contains awards, appointment and wall calendars, notebooks, notes and business cards, personal residence and book collection information, and family memorabilia. The files are arranged alphabetically by subject.

SERIES 22: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series adds letters and cards sent to Rothenberg (1978-2007) including correspondence from Chicano poet and activist, Alurista, Michael Brownstein, and Howard and Jane Norman. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by last name.

SERIES 23: WRITINGS BY ROTHENBERG

The WRITINGS BY ROTHENBERG series contains printed poems, galley proofs, handwritten notes for talks and comments, book review drafts, and poem groupings for readings and workshops. Included are miscellaneous handwritten writings on yellow legal pads that include drafts of correspondence, lists, poems, and plans for projects. Also included are notes for a Gematria event that includes microfilm copies of Hebrew text from the British Museum. The files are arranged alphabetically by title or subject.

SERIES 24: RESEARCH MATERIALS

The RESEARCH MATERIALS series contains two folders of photocopies of poems, notes, and newspaper clippings. Some of these materials were used when Rothenberg was researching the 1974 anthology America: A Prophecy.

SERIES 25: ARTICLES, CRITICISM, AND REVIEWS

The ARTICLES, CRITICISM, AND REVIEWS series contains typescripts, printed works, and periodical and newspaper articles and reviews about Rothenberg and his work in American, French, and German publications. Also included is an analysis of Rothenberg's work by an unidentified writer but with annotations by Rothenberg and an interview with Pierre Joris, Rothenberg's co-editor and long-time collaborator on Poems for the Millennium. Finally, the series contains materials written by others such as Kathy Acker, Christopher Beach, Richard Martin, and Armand Schwerner, as well as miscellaneous poem fragments by Greek writers such as Euripides and Aeschylus. The files are generally arranged alphabetically by author or title name with the exception of a series of files entitled, Reviews and Articles, which are arranged by date, e.g. 1950-1960s, 1970s, etc.

SERIES 26: WRITINGS OF OTHERS

The WRITINGS OF OTHERS series contains typescripts of poems and works by other writers.

SERIES 27: TEACHING MATERIALS

The TEACHING MATERIALS series contains information on Rothenberg in his role as teacher and administrator at two major universities as well as workshops at non-affiliated venues. The series is arranged in three subseries: A) State University of New York (SUNY), Binghamton, B) University of California, San Diego, and C) Miscellaneous. The files are arranged alphabetically by subject.

A) The State University of New York (SUNY), Binghamton subseries documents Rothenberg's earlier academic career from 1982 to 1988. Included is correspondence regarding Rothenberg's hiring, appointments, promotions, sabbaticals, and resignation. Also included are proposals for the creative writing program and other course changes and descriptions, memoranda regarding Rothenberg's involvement with various committees and his collaboration with SUNY Binghamton's Cinema department.

B) The University of California, San Diego subseries (1988-1998) also includes correspondence regarding hiring, appointments, promotions, research, travel, and studio funding issues, sabbaticals, and his retirement. Additionally, the files contain course descriptions, poetry event planning and promotion materials, and documentation of Rothenberg's tenure as chair of UCSD's Visual Arts Department. Also included is correspondence regarding Rothenberg's involvement in the photographing of his artists' books in collaboration with the UCSD Libraries. Also included are anonymous UCSD student evaluations of Rothenberg's teaching in such advanced courses as American Indian Ritual and Performance, Text Art, Verbal and Sound Performance, History of Performance, and Introduction to Art-Making.

C) The Miscellaneous subseries contains photocopied course reading selections and course descriptions for workshops and classes. Included are materials prepared for an advanced poetry workshop on the long poem, a Dada anthology, a Postmodern American Poetics and Ethnopoetics course, and a Naropa Institute School of Continuing Education course entitled, "Writing Through: The Practice of Othering," (1999).

SERIES 28: READINGS, FESTIVALS AND CONFERENCES

The READINGS, FESTIVALS AND CONFERENCES series highlights Rothenberg's participation (1980s-2000s) in conferences such as the Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference (1999), Bumbershoot, Seattle's Arts Festival (1989), the Festival of the Living Word: Voices of the African Diaspora and Indigenous America (1994), and the International Arts Festival Celebrating Jewish Heritage (2000), among others. Also included are notes on possible collaborations and event posters and announcements. The files are arranged alphabetically by subject.

SERIES 29: POETRY READING TOURS

The POETRY READING TOURS series are arranged to reflect Rothenberg's poetry trips (2004-2005), which included South America (2004), the Southern United States (Spring 2005), and Chihuahua, Mexico (Fall 2005). The files contain itineraries, travel contacts and information, brochures and photographs.

SERIES 30: AUDIO RECORDINGS

The AUDIO RECORDINGS series includes audio recordings by Rothenberg and others including Kurt Schwitters's Ursonate, performed by Eberhard Blum. Also included are selections of Rothenberg's "Horse Songs," as well as miscellaneous Hebrew materials. An Eva-tone soundsheet (a small flexible plastic record) contains an Easter Sunrise Sermon by the Reverend W.T. Goodwin in 1971, and Jackson Mac Low's "From Stanzas for Iris Lezak," with simultaneous performances by David Antin, Spencer Holst, Iris Lezak, Jackson Mac Low, Mordecai Mark Mac Low, Emmet Williams and Rothenberg, recorded on May 20, 1966 for radio station, WRVR, in New York.

Accessions Processed in 1990

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

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1 1 American Book Award, 1982.
1 2 Article on Rothenberg for "American Poets Since WWII".
1 3 Bar Mitzvah of Matthew Rothenberg.
1 4 Bibliography.
1 5 Biographical listings.
1 6 Curriculum vitae.
1 7 Employment records.
1 8 Graduate school transcripts.
Personal and family correspondence.
With Diane Brodatz Rothenberg.
2 1-5 1952 - 1954.
2 6 1971 - 1975.
2 7 Family members, 1971 - 1976.
2 8 Miscellaneous, 1948 - 1971.
2 9 Holiday cards, 1985.
2 10 Phi Beta Kappa certificate, 1952.
2 11 Resume, 1956.
2 12 Miscellaneous materials.

CORRESPONDENCE

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3 1 Acker, Kathy, 1971 - 1977.
3 2 Allen, Don, 1959 - 1979.
3 3 American Literary Anthology, 1968 - 1970.
3 4 Amezola, José Ramon de, 1957 - 1959.
3 5 Anderson, Jack, 1961.
3 6 Andre, Michael, 1971 - 1976.
3 7 Andrews, Bruce, 1972 - 1985.
3 8-10 Antin, David, 1959 - 1975 & undated.
3 11 Antin, Eleanor, 1970 - 1983.
3 12 Antler, 1975 - 1982.
3 13 Ardery, Peter, 1967.
3 14 Aridjis, Homero, 1964 - 1983.
3 15 Ark, 1977.
3 16 Arrigo, Maria-Jean, 1982.
3 17 Artadi y Ormaechea, Vicente de, 1957 - 1964.
3 18 Ashbery, John, 1974 - 1979.
3 19 Auster, Paul, 1980 - 1982.
3 20 Awoonor, Kofi, 1976.
3 21 Axelrod, David B., 1976 - 1977.
4 1 A Miscellaneous.
4 2 Ball, David, 1961 - 1974.
4 3 Banyan Press, 1981 - 1983.
4 4 Barek, Hank, 1959.
4 5 Barker, Richard, 1962.
4 6 Barnstone, Willis, 1959 - 1961.
4 7 Baron, Bea, 1960.
4 8 Baracks, Barbara, 1974.
4 9 Barrows, Anita, 1973 - 1976.
4 10 Beck, Julian, 1982 - 1985.
4 11 Beier, Ulli, 1970 - 1983.
4 12 Bellugi, Ursula, 1982 - 1983.
4 13 Benamou, Michel, 1974 - 1976.
4 14 Bender, Hans, 1958.
4 15 Benedikt, Michael, 1962 - 1974.
4 16 Benjamin, Jerry, 1978.
4 17 Berg, Stephen, 1968 - 1972.
4 18 Berge, Carol, 1965 - 1985.
4 19 Berge, Hans ten, 1971 - 1983.
4 20 Bernstein, Charles, 1977 - 1985.
4 21 Berrigan, Ted, 1964.
5 1 Bird, Larry, 1970 - 1972.
5 2 Blackburn, Paul, 1959 - 1971.
5 3 Blue Cloud, Peter, 1980 - 1981.
5 4 Blume, Harvey.
5 5 Bock, Fred, 1958 - 1973.
5 6 Brand, Millen, 1979.
5 7 Brecht, George, 1970 - 1976.
5 8 Bremser, Bonnie and Raymond.
5 9 Breytenbach, Breyten, 1975.
5 10 Brill, Kastle, 1980 - 1985.
5 11 Bromige, David, 1973.
5 12 Brown, Jeff.
5 13 Brown, N.O., 1972.
5 14 Buber, Martin, 1957 - 1962.
5 15 Buck, Paul, 1977 - 1979.
5 16 Bukowski, Charles, 1969.
5 17 Bulitt, Patricia, 1984.
5 18 Butterick, George, 1972 - 1975.
5 19 Byrd, Bobby, 1978 - 1981.
5 20 B Miscellaneous.
5 21 Cage, John, 1967.
5 22 Calahan, Bob, 1973 - 1975.
5 23 Calas, Nicolas, 1961 - 1976.
5 24 Cary, Carl, 1968 - 1975.
5 25 Castro, Jan, 1975 - 1981.
5 26 Castro, Michael, 1972 - 1985.
5 27 Celan, Paul, 1967 - 1968.
5 28 Centauri Productions, 1982.
5 29 Chalupecky, Jindrich, 1965 - 1967.
5 30 Chopin, Henri, 1981 - 1984.
5 31 Chuokoron-sha Publishers, 1977.
5 32 Clarke, La Verne, 1970 - 1976.
6 1-2 Clinton, D., 1975 - 1984 & undated.
6 3 Cohen, Becky and Harold, 1976 - 1984.
6 4 Cohen, Ira, 1982.
6 5 Collins, Jess, 1955 - 1974.
6 6 Collom, Jack, 1970 - 1975.
6 7 Colombo, John, 1968 - 1969.
6 8 Cochise Fine Arts, 1979.
6 9 Conjunctions, 1980 - 1981.
6 10 Contoski, Victor, 1979 - 1980.
6 11 Coordinating Council of Literary Magazine (CCLM), 1980 - 1985.
6 12 Corman, Cid, 1961 - 1962.
6 13 Corner, Philip, 1971 - 1985.
6 14 Corr, Michael, 1972 - 1985.
6 15 Corrigan, Robert W., 1984 - 1985.
6 16 Cortazar, Julio, 1961 - 1972.
6 17 Creeley, Robert, 1959 - 1982.
6 18 Crook, William, 1975 - 1976.
6 19 Crow, Mary, 1977 - 1981.
6 20 Cummings, E.E., 1958.
6 21 Curtay, Jean-Paul, 1980 - 1984.
6 22 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce, 1985.
6 23 C Miscellaneous.
6 24 Darras, Jacques, 1983 - 1985.
6 25 Dassin, Richelle.
6 26 Davidson, Michael, 1975 - 1985.
6 27 Deguy, Michel, 1979 - 1983.
6 28 DeLoach, Allen, 1967 - 1975.
6 29 Deluy, Henri, 1975.
6 30 Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, 1982 - 1983.
6 31 Di Prima, Diane, 1973 - 1975.
6 32 Diamond, Stanley, 1971 - 1981.
7 1 Dijkstra, Sandra, 1981 - 1982.
7 2-3 Doria, Charles, 1973 - 1983 & undated.
7 4 Doubleday and Company Inc., 1974 - 1975.
7 5 Dowden, George, 1964 - 1978.
7 6 Drachler, Rose, 1974 - 1982.
7 7 Dreyer, Ernst-Jurgen, 1959 - 1960.
7 8-9 Duncan, Robert, 1958 - 1973.
7 10 DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, 1980 - 1983.
7 11 D Miscellaneous.
7 12 Eastlake, William, 1958 - 1959.
7 13 Economou, George, 1972 - 1985.
8 1 Editions Bourgois, 1977 - 1978.
8 2 Edson, Russell, 1968 - 1969.
8 3 Ehrenberg, Felipe, 1972.
8 4 Eigner, Larry, 1961 - 1977.
8 5 Einhorn, Nikolaus, 1974 - 1979.
8 6-8 Einzig, Barbara, 1971 - 1985.
8 9 Eisenberg, Barry, 1974.
8 10 Ellis, Craig, 1969 - 1974.
8 11 Enslin, Theodore, 1962 - 1983.
8 12 Enzensberger, Hans Magnus, 1958 - 1965.
8 13 Erickson, Jon, 1975 - 1982.
8 14-16 Eshleman, Clayton, 1969 - 1986.
8 17 Evans, Paul, 1965 - 1973.
8 18 E Miscellaneous.
8 19 Fainlight, Henry, 1963.
8 20 Fauchereau, Serge, 1973 - 1980.
9 1 Faust, Seymour, 1960.
9 2 Faye, Jean-Pierre, 1975 - 1983.
9 3 Felstiner, John, 1976 - 1978.
9 4 Ferlinghetti, Lawrence, 1958 - 1973.
9 5 Fernbach-Flarsheim, Carl, 1963 - 1965.
9 6 Fiedler, Leslie A., 1975 - 1976.
9 7 Field, Edward, 1971.
9 8 Filliou, Robert, 1979.
9 9 Fink, Jon-Stephan, 1977 - 1979.
9 10 Finlay, Ian and Sue, 1961 - 1971.
9 11 Fiore, Quentin, 1971 - 1977.
9 12 Firestone, Jon, 1979.
9 13 Fischer, Corey.
9 14 Fisher, Allen, 1977 - 1984.
9 15 Flamm, Ellen, 1977 - 1982.
9 16 Ford, Charles Henri, 1977 - 1980.
9 17 Ford, Joan, 1977 - 1983.
9 18 Foreman, James R., 1979 - 1983.
9 19 Forman, Cyrelle, 1967.
9 20 Fowler, Gene, 1970 - 1973.
9 21 Fox, Hugh, 1974 - 1978.
9 22 Fox, Siv Cedering, 1972.
9 23 Franks, David, 1965.
9 24 Fraser, Kathleen, 1962 - 1973.
9 25 Fredman, Steve, 1975 - 1976.
9 26 Friedman, Ed, 1971 - 1984.
9 27 Fulbright Foundation, 1981 - 1983.
9 28 F Miscellaneous.
9 29 Gach, Gary, 1979 - 1985.
9 30 Gendell, Mildred, 1966.
9 31 Georgakas, Dan, 1969.
9 32 Gerhardt, Renate, 1962.
9 33 Gibbs, Michael, 1977 - 1980.
9 34 Gibson, Morgan, 1979 - 1984.
9 35 Gimblett, Max, 1979 - 1981.
9 36 Ginsberg, Allen, 1959 - 1979.
9 37 Giorno, John, 1970 - 1982.
9 38 Gleason, Judith, 1982 - 1986.
10 1 Gold, Peter, 1971 - 1973.
10 2 Goldin, Amy, 1974.
10 3 Goldstein, Malcolm, 1979 - 1982.
10 4 Gollwitzer, Brigitte, 1978 - 1980.
10 5 Gomringer, Eugen, 1967 - 1968.
10 6 Gonzalez, Jose, 1965.
10 7 Gonzalo Amero, F., 1983.
10 8 Gottesman, Ronald, 1975 - 1977.
10 9 Grass, Günther, 1958.
10 10 Greene, Jonathan, 1963 - 1978.
10 11 Grossinger, Richard, 1969 - 1982.
10 12 Grove Press, 1961 - 1964.
10 13 Gruber, Ruth, 1973 - 1975.
10 14 Guggenheim Foundation, 1969 - 1975.
10 15 Gunn, Thom, 1957 - 1961.
10 16 Guss, David M., 1974 - 1985.
10 17 G Miscellaneous.
10 18 Hall, Donald, 1958 - 1978.
10 19 Hamady, Walter and Mary, 1976 - 1984.
10 20 Hamalian, Leo.
10 21 Hamill, Janet, 1978 - 1979.
10 22 Hamill, Juan, 1974.
10 23 Hanna, Charles, 1960 - 1974.
10 24 Harleman, Peter, 1973 - 1976.
10 25 Hawk, Mary Nell, 1977 - 1980.
10 26 Hawkins, Bobbie Louise, 1983 - 1984.
10 27 Heidsieck, Bernard, 1976 - 1984.
10 28 Hejinian, Lyn.
10 29 Henson, Lance and Pat, 1985.
10 30 Hertz, Uri, 1981 - 1984.
10 31 Higgins, Dick, 1969 - 1986.
11 1 Hinton, Leanne, 1971.
11 2 Hirschman, Jack, 1959 - 1982.
11 3 Hitchcock, George, 1959 - 1962.
11 4 Hollerer, Walter, 1958 - 1983.
11 5 Hollo, Anselm, 1961 - 1984.
11 6 Hornick, Lita, 1962.
11 7 Horovitz, Michael, 1962 - 1973.
11 8 Howe, Susan, 1977 - 1983.
11 9 Hymes, Dell, 1968.
11 10 H Miscellaneous.
11 11 Ignatow, David, 1966 - 1969.
11 12 Ihalainen, Jyrki - Finnish translator, 1981 - 1982.
11 13 Irby, Ken, 1964.
11 14 I Miscellaneous.
11 15 Jabes, Edmond, 1974 - 1985.
11 16 Jemie, Onwuchekwa, 1974 - 1981.
11 17 Jimerson, Avery and Fidelia, 1974 - 1985.
11 18 Johnny, John, Richard and Colleen, 1969 - 1981.
11 19 Jones, LeRoi, 1959.
11 20 Joris, Pierre, 1972 - 1985.
11 21 Judaic Book Service, (Steven Maimes), 1973 - 1976.
11 22 Justice, Donald, 1958 - 1960.
11 23 J Miscellaneous.
11 24 Kahn, Paul, 1974 - 1980.
11 25 Kanaseki, Hisao, 1976 - 1977.
11 26 Kaprow, Allan, 1971 - 1984.
11 27 Karlins, Mark, 1976 - 1979.
11 28 Kastner, Erich, 1956.
11 29 Keene, Donald, 1957 - 1959.
Kelly, Robert.
11 30 1958 - 1980.
12 1 Undated.
12 2 Kemp, Lysander, 1961 - 1962.
12 3 Kenny, Maurice, 1977 - 1984.
12 4 Kessler, Milton, 1972 - 1976.
12 5 Kicknosway, Faye, 1974.
12 6 Kimball, George, 1966.
12 7 Kinnell, Galway, 1957 - 1958.
12 8 Kinter, Bill, 1961 - 1965.
12 9 Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara, 1974 - 1985.
12 10 Kissam, Edward, 1979 - 1980.
12 11 Knowles, Allison, 1979 - 1980.
12 12 Kodolanyi, G., 1982 - 1984.
12 13 Kohler, Michael, 1979 - 1983.
12 14 Kostelanetz, Richard, 1973 - 1982.
12 15 Koval, Alexander, 1958.
12 16 Krolow, Karl, 1958 - 1960.
12 17 Kuenstler, Frank, 1968 - 1977.
12 18 Kush, (Stephen Kushner), 1976 - 1985.
12 19 K Miscellaneous.
12 20 Lamantia, Philip, 1958 - 1960.
12 21 Lambert, Jean-Clarence, 1975 - 1983.
12 22 Landy, Francis.
12 23 Laughlin, James, 1958 - 1974.
12 24 Lebel, Jean-Jacques, 1981 - 1986.
12 25 Lee, Peter H., 1958.
12 26 Lenowitz, Harris, 1972 - 1985.
12 27 Levertov, Denise, 1958 - 1975.
13 1 Levy, Stephen, 1978.
13 2 Lewandowski, Stephen, 1975 - 1976.
13 3 Lewis, Harry, 1969 - 1970.
13 4 Library of Congress, 1976.
13 5 Lifson, Martha, 1980 - 1982.
13 6 Linick, Anthony, 1961 - 1963.
13 7 Living Arts of Tulsa Inc., 1984 - 1985.
13 8 Locke, Duane, 1964 - 1965.
13 9 Logan, John, 1960 - 1968.
13 10 Lonidier, Lynn, 1973 - 1979.
13 11 Lowenfels, Walter, 1966 - 1974.
13 12 Lowenstein, Tom, 1972 - 1985.
13 13 Lurie, Toby, 1973 - 1979.
13 14 L Miscellaneous.
13 15 Mac Low, Jackson, 1973 - 1983.
13 16 MacLise, Angus, 1973 - 1974.
13 17 Maimes, Steven L., 1976 - 1978.
13 18 Major, Clarence and Pamela, 1983 - 1986.
13 19 Malanga, Gerard, 1965 - 1981.
13 20 Maloney, Dennis, 1977 - 1978.
13 21 Manfredo, Michael, 1973 - 1984.
13 22 March, Michael, 1983.
13 23 Marlatt, Daphne, 1970 - 1981.
13 24 Maud, Ralph, 1977.
13 25 May, James Boyer, 1958 - 1961.
13 26 Mayer, Bernadette, 1974 - 1983.
13 27 Mays, John Bentley, 1972 - 1975.
13 28 McAllister, David, 1967 - 1973.
13 29 McCaffery, Steve, 1974 - 1982.
13 30 McClure, Michael, 1969 - 1982.
13 31 McGrath, Tom, 1970 - 1973.
13 32 McHugh, Vincent, 1957 - 1958.
13 33 McLean, Scott, 1978 - 1985.
13 34 Meltzer, David, 1970 - 1983.
13 35 Mernit, Susan, 1976 - 1980.
13 36 Merwin, William S., 1961 - 1975.
14 1 Mezey, Robert, 1958 - 1975.
14 2 Micheline, Jack, 1968.
14 3 Mikolowski, Ken, 1971 - 1977.
14 4 Mitchell, Roger, 1975.
14 5 Mood, John, 1974 - 1978.
14 6 Morrow, Bradford, 1981 - 1984.
14 7 Morrow, Charlie, 1971 - 1976.
14 8 Mottram, Eric, 1971 - 1984.
14 9 Munn, Henry, 1977 - 1984.
14 10 Myerhoff, Barbara, 1977 - 1983.
14 11 Mysjkin, Jan, 1981 - 1985.
14 12 M Miscellaneous.
14 13 Nakagawa, Atsuo, 1978 - 1979.
14 14 Naropa Institute, 1975 - 1985.
14 15 National Endowment for the Arts, 1976 - 1985.
14 16 Navero, Guillermo, 1975 - 1978.
14 17 Nelson, Sharon, 1969 - 1978.
14 18 Neruda, Pablo, 1959.
14 19 Neufeld, Lenny, 1976.
14 20 New Directions, 1976 - 1983.
14 21 New Dramatists Commission, 1957.
14 22 New Means Foundation, 1969.
14 23 New Wilderness Foundation, 1984.
14 24 New York University, 1978 - 1983.
14 25 Newberry, Sam, 1963 - 1964.
14 26 Niatum, Duane, 1972 - 1986.
14 27 Nichol, bp, 1980 - 1986.
Norman, Howard.
14 28 1970 - 1972.
15 1-3 1971 - 1984 & undated.
15 4 N Miscellaneous.
15 5 O'Hara, Frank, 1962.
15 6 Oliveros, Pauline, 1971 - 1978.
15 7 Olson, Charles, 1962 - 1979.
15 8 Olson, Toby, 1972 - 1983.
15 9 Oppen, George, 1962 - 1975.
15 10 Oppen, Mary, 1979 - 1984.
15 11 Orbis Publishing Ltd., 1978.
15 12 Ortiz, Simon, 1971 - 1978.
15 13 Ossman, David, 1960 - 1982.
15 14 Ott, Gil, 1979 - 1982.
15 15 Owens, Rochelle, 1973 - 1983.
15 16 O Miscellaneous.
15 17 Pacernick, Gary, 1981 - 1983.
15 18 Packard, William, 1973 - 1974.
15 19 Paideuma, 1980 - 1983.
15 20 Paul, Sherman, 1975 - 1985.
15 21 Pavlovic, Midroz, 1982 - 1984.
15 22 Pearce, Roy Harvey, 1975 - 1983.
15 23 Perloff, Marjorie, 1977 - 1986.
15 24 Peters, Robert, 1972 - 1985.
16 1 Phillips, Dennis, 1980 - 1981.
16 2 Pickard, Tom, 1965 - 1983.
16 3 Planz, Allen.
16 4 Polkinhorn, Harry, 1983 - 1986.
16 5 Pomeroy, Ralph, 1958 - 1959.
16 6 Poniewaz, Jeff, 1976.
16 7 Posner, Donald, 1956 - 1976.
16 8 Poulin, Al, 1972 - 1975.
16 9 Pound, Ezra, 1970.
16 10 Power, Kevin and Romilly, 1974 - 1983.
16 11 Printed Editions, 1979 - 1985.
16 12 Pynyon Press, 1980 - 1983.
16 13 P Miscellaneous.
16 14 Quasha, George, 1971 - 1976.
16 15 Queen's College, 1979.
16 16 Rago, Henry, 1968.
16 17 Ramsey, Jarold, 1969 - 1974.
Randall, Margaret.
16 18 1962 - 1970.
16 19 1984 - 1985.
16 20 Random House, Inc., 1975 - 1982.
16 21 Rasula, Jed, 1977 - 1986.
16 22 Ratner, Rochelle, 1976 - 1983.
16 23 Rexroth, Kenneth, 1971 - 1975.
17 1 Reynolds, Tim, 1968 - 1975.
17 2 Riding, Laura, 1972 - 1974.
17 3 Roditi, Edouard, 1975 - 1985.
17 4 Rosenberg, David, 1975.
17 5 Rosler, Martha, 1973 - 1976.
17 6 Ross-Erickson Publishers, 1978 - 1985.
17 7 Rothenberg, Jerome W. and Winnie, 1960.
17 8 Roubaud, Jacques, 1976 - 1983.
17 9-10 Rubinstein, Carol, 1970 - 1986.
17 11 Rudolf, Anthony, 1974 - 1975.
17 12 Ruebsaat, Norbert, 1976 - 1977.
17 13 Ruppenthal, Stephen, 1977 - 1979.
17 14 R Miscellaneous.
17 15 S Press (Germany), 1980.
17 16 Sahl, Hans, 1958.
17 17 Salient Seedling Press, 1978 - 1982.
17 18 San Diego State University, 1976 - 1977.
18 1 Sanders, Ed, 1965 - 1984.
18 2 Sanfield, Steve, 1972 - 1984.
18 3 Saroyan, Aram, 1966.
18 4 Schechner, Richard, 1979 - 1982.
18 5 Schenk, Brigitte and Family, 1980 - 1984.
18 6 Schenker, Donald, 1959 - 1964.
18 7 Schneemann, Carolee, 1974 - 1984.
18 8 Schulman, Howard, 1967.
18 9 Schwartz, Howard, 1974 - 1980.
18 10 Schwerner, Armand, 1961 - 1986.
18 11 Seeger, Pete, 1970.
18 12 Selerie, Gavin, 1982 - 1985.
18 13 Seneca Indian correspondents, 1968 - 1981.
18 14 Shapiro, Harvey, 1976 - 1977.
18 15 Shaw, Karen, 1977 - 1981.
18 16 Shoemaker, Jack, 1972 - 1980.
18 17 Silliman, Ron, 1968 - 1986.
18 18 Simic, Charlie, 1972.
18 19 Simpson, Louis, 1958 - 1968.
18 20 Smith, Patti, 1971.
18 21 Snyder, Gary, 1959 - 1984.
18 22 Solomos, George, 1985.
18 23 Sonneman, Toby, 1971 - 1973.
18 24 Southern Oregon State College, 1976.
18 25 Spratz, G.P., 1974 - 1975.
18 26 State University of New York, Albany, 1986.
18 27 State University of New York, Buffalo, 1984 - 1985.
18 28 State University of New York, General, 1968 - 1985.
18 29 Stevens, Wallace, 1951.
18 30 Stone, Arlene, 1976 - 1977.
18 31 Stratford Shakespearean Festival Foundation of Canada, 1968.
18 32 Suares, Carlo, 1975 - 1978.
19 1-2 Sultz, Philip, 1973 - 1985.
19 3 Syfers, James, 1953 - 1960.
19 4 Sze, Arthur, 1984 - 1985.
19 5 S Miscellaneous.
19 6 Taggart, John, 1976 - 1983.
19 7-8 Tarn, Nathaniel, 1969 - 1985 & undated.
19 9 Tenney, James, 1975 - 1976.
19 10 Thayler, Carl, 1974 - 1978.
19 11 Turnbull, Gael, 1968 - 1983.
19 12 Tysh, George, 1974 - 1976.
19 13-14 Tyson, Ian, 1967 - 1985 & undated.
19 15 Tyson, Matthew, 1981 - 1983.
20 1 T Miscellaneous.
20 2 United States Information Agency, 1982 - 1984.
20 3 University of California, General, 1974 - 1984.
20 4 University of California, Riverside, 1979 - 1980.
University of California, San Diego.
20 5 Academic appointments, 1977 - 1983.
20 6 Center for Music Experiment, 1979 - 1983.
20 7 Department of Literature, 1978 - 1981.
20 8 Department of Visual Arts, 1974 - 1981.
20 9 Visiting professorship, 1970 - 1971.
20 10 University of Missouri, Kansas City, 1979.
20 11 University of Oklahoma, 1984 - 1985.
20 12 University of Wisconsin, 1973 - 1976.
20 13 U Miscellaneous.
20 14 Van Dinh, Tran, 1971 - 1974.
20 15 Vas Dias, Robert, 1966 - 1982.
20 16 Viking Press, 1981 - 1982.
20 17 Vincent, Stephen, 1979 - 1981.
20 18 V Miscellaneous.
20 19 Wakoski, Diane, 1963 - 1983.
20 20 Waldman, Anne, 1972 - 1985.
20 21 Waldrop, Rosmarie, 1969 - 1983.
20 22 Wang, David Raphael, 1965 - 1974.
20 23 Washbourn, Penelope, 1979.
20 24 Watson, Craig, 1976 - 1978.
20 25 Watten, Barrett, 1981 - 1985.
20 26 Weier, Debra, 1981 - 1985.
20 27 Weinberger, Eliot, 1971 - 1985.
21 1 Weiner, Hannah, 1972 - 1984.
21 2 Weinstein, Norman, 1984 - 1986.
21 3 Wellman, Don, 1980 - 1984.
21 4 Whitney, John, 1974 - 1976.
21 5 Wiater, Michael, 1972 - 1975.
21 6 Wilk, David, 1976 - 1979.
21 7 Williams, Emmett, 1966 - 1972.
21 8 Williams, J.R. Rutherford.
21 9 Williams, Jonathan, 1972 - 1982.
21 10 Williams, Williams Carlos, 1963.
21 11 Wilson, Keith, 1967 - 1983.
21 12 Wilson, Mark, 1969 - 1970.
21 13 Wright, James, 1959 - 1962.
21 14 Writers Unlimited, Inc., 1977.
21 15 W Miscellaneous.
21 16 Yip, Wai-lim, 1976 - 1981.
21 17 Young, Karl, 1983.
21 18 Y Miscellaneous.
21 19 Zavatsky, Bill, 1974 - 1975.
21 20 Zivancevic, Nina, 1981 - 1983.
21 21 Zohn, Harry, 1957 - 1958.
21 22 Zukofsky, Louis, 1959 - 1977.
21 23 Zweig, Ellen, 1978 - 1984.
21 24 Z Miscellaneous.
21 25 Miscellaneous postcards and correspondence.

WRITINGS

Early Writings

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Academic notes and term papers.
21 26 Class notes and related materials, 1949 - 1953.
21 27 Class notes for Latin 4, CCNY, 1950.
21 28 Essays and poems for English 11L, CCNY, 1950 - 1951.
22 1 Term papers written at Michigan and Columbia, 1950 - 1953.
22 2 Term paper for History 15F, CCNY, 1951.
22 3 Term paper on Japanese Drama, CCNY, 1951.
22 4 Miscellaneous materials, 1952 - 1953.
Drama.
22 5 "The Family Plot: A Domestic Comedy in One Act," with David Antin, 1956.
22 6-9 "Owners of the Fire", 1957 - 1958.
22 10 "Young Girl's Blues", 1957 - 1958.
22 11-12 "The Trojan Women Cried", 1958.
23 1 "The Clown", 1958.
23 2 "In the Tomb the Dark Grows Blacker".
23 3 "The Black Box".
23 4 Journal, 1952 - 1953.
Prose and Poems: Miscellaneous unpublished TSS and MSS.
23 5-21 Parts 1-17, 1945 - 1960.
24 1-11 Parts 18-28, 1945 - 1960.
Publications containing works by J.R.
24 12 DeWitt Clinton literary magazine, 1946 - 1950.
24 13 Young Progressive and Douglas Society..., 1947 - 1950.
24 14 Hell on Wheels, 1954 - 1955.
24 15 Miscellaneous papers, 1955 - 1958.

Original Poetry

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White Sun Black Sun.
24 16 Business correspondence, 1960.
24 17 Cover materials, 1960.
24 18-19 Early version, entitled Twenty Poems by Jerome Rothenberg, 1960.
25 1 Galleys and page proof, 1960.
25 2 Holograph worksheets, 1960.
25 3 Translation, Spanish, 1960.
25 4 Typescript, 1960.
25 5-6 Unbound signatures, 1960.
Seven Hells of Jigoku Zoshi.
25 7 Copyright transfers, 1962.
25 8-9 Notebooks, 1962.
25 10-13 Typescripts, 1962.
Sightings I-IX.
25 14 Correspondence with Robert Kelly, 1963.
25 15 Notes and drafts of poems, 1964.
25 16-21 Typescripts, 1964.
25 22 Steinbook and More- Typescript with holograph corrections, 1965 - 1966.
Gorky Poems.
25 23 Cover material, 1966.
25 24 Galleys, 1966.
25 25 Page proofs, 1966.
25 26 Reviews, 1966.
26 1 Translation, Spanish, by Sergio Mondragon, 1966.
26 2 Typescript, 1966.
Between: Poems.
26 3 Business correspondence, 1960 - 1967.
26 4 Cover art, 1960 - 1967.
26 5 Galleys, 1960 - 1967.
26 6 Typescript, 1960 - 1967.
Conversations.
26 7 Business correspondence, 1967 - 1968.
26 8 Typescript, 1968.
26 9 Poems - Business correspondence, 1964 - 1968.
26 10 Sightings and Soundings - Business correspondence, 1970.
26 11 Book of Testimony - Typescript, 1971.
Poems for the Game of Silence.
26 12 Copyright page, 1971 - 1975.
Correspondence.
26 13-17 Business, 1971 - 1975.
26 18 Foreign Rights, 1971 - 1975.
26 19 Royalty Statements, 1971 - 1975.
26 20 FB-083-01 Galleys with cover letter and 2 notes, 1972.
26 21 Poems deleted, 1971 - 1975.
26 22 Printer paste-ups, 1971 - 1975.
26 23 Reviews, 1971 - 1975.
Translations.
27 1 Dutch, 1971 - 1975.
27 2 French, 1971 - 1975.
27 3 Hebrew, 1971 - 1975.
27 4 Swedish- Correspondence, 1971 - 1975.
27 5 Swedish- Reviews, 1971 - 1975.
27 6-9 Typescripts, 1971 - 1975.
Esther K. Comes to America.
27 10-11 Business correspondence, 1967 - 1973.
27 12 Paste-up pages, 1973.
27 13 Photograph, 1973.
27 14-15 Typescript, 1973.
Poland/1931.
Artwork.
27 16-19 Standard, 1974.
27 20 FB-059-01-02 Oversize, 1974.
Correspondence.
27 22 Business, 1969 - 1980.
27 23 General, 1968 - 1973.
28 1 Fellowship application, 1974.
28 2 Galleys, 1974.
28 3-5 Notebooks, 1974.
28 6-10 Notes, 1974.
28 11 Page proofs, 1974.
28 12 Paste-ups, 1974.
28 13 Performance at UCSD, 1971.
28 14-15 FB-029-02 Photographs, 1974.
28 16-17 Rejected poems, 1974.
28 18 Reviews, 1974.
28 19 Royalty statements, 1974.
28 20 Source materials, 1974.
28 21 Translations - Dutch, 1974.
28 22 Translations - German, Hebrew, Polish, Spanish, 1974.
Typescripts.
28 23 A Book of Histories, 1974.
28 24 A Book of Writings, 1974.
28 25 Cokboy, 1974.
29 1 Galician Nights, 1974.
29 2 TSS with Title Page, Table of Contents, Dedication..., 1974.
29 3-7 TSS with emendations, 1974.
29 8 Photocopy, 1974.
29 9 Working MSS, revised first installment, 1974.
The Cards.
29 10 Business correspondence, 1974.
29 11 Monograph, 1974.
29 12 Poems inspired by the postcards, 1974.
29 13 Postcards referred to in poems, 1974.
29 14 The Notebooks - Typescript, 1976.
Seneca Journal.
Correspondence.
29 15 Business- Perishable Press, 1972 - 1976.
29 16 Business- S Press, 1974 - 1976.
29 17 Fellowship, NEA, 1978.
29 18 Galleys, 1978.
29 19 Manuscripts - Final, 1978.
30 1 Manuscripts - With source material, 1978.
30 2 Matthew Rothenberg's drawing to accompany "Old Man Beaver's...", 1978.
30 3 Notes, 1978.
30 4 Poetry typescripts, annotated, 1978.
30 5 Reviews, 1978.
30 6 Royalty statements, 1978.
Source material.
30 7 False Face rituals, notes and transcripts, 1978.
30 8 Funeral speech, notes and transcripts, 1978.
30 9 Sacred music, 1978.
30 10 Seneca Singing Society and interviews, 1978.
30 11 Social dances, 1978.
30 12 Songs, notes, and unpublished transcripts of..., 1978.
30 13 Thanksgiving prayer, notes, transcripts, 1978.
30 14 Miscellaneous, 1978.
30 15 Translation, French, 1978.
30 16-18 Typescripts, 1978.
30 19 Worksheets and discards, 1978.
30 20 FB-083-02 B.R.M.TZ.V.H., printer's proof, 1979.
Vienna Blood.
30 21 Correspondence, 1979 - 1980.
30 22 Cover artwork, 1980.
30 23 Notes, 1980.
30 24 Poetry typescripts, annotated, 1980.
31 1 Photos and table of contents, 1980.
31 2 Reviews, 1980.
31 3 Royalty statements, 1980.
31 4-5 Typescripts, 1980.
Altar Pieces.
31 6 Correspondence and paste-up, Xerox, 1982.
31 7 Paste-up, 1982.
That Dada Strain.
31 8 Correspondence, 1982 - 1983.
31 9-10 Manuscripts, 1983.
31 11 Proofs, 1983.
31 12-13 Reading, Europe- Notes & text, 1982.
31 14 Reviews, 1983.
31 15 Royalty statements, 1983.
31 16 Translation, German, 1983.
31 17 New Selected Poems, correspondence, 1986.
Miscellaneous manuscripts and typescripts.
31 18-19 Poetry manuscripts, published and..., 1972 - 1976.
32 1 Notebook and unpublished poems, 1972 - 1974.
32 2-4 Typescripts, annotated.
32 5 Typescripts of unpublished poems,...
32 6-7 Typescripts, misc. poems, 1982 - 1986.
32 8 Translations of various poems.

Poetry Readings and Other Oral Presentations

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32 9 Announcements and programs.
33 1-4 Correspondence, 1964 - 1985.
33 5 Notes for various presentations.
33 6 Reviews of poetry readings, 1973 - 1983.
33 7 Lecture on poetry and performance for American Theatre Association, 1975.
33 8 Introduction for Nathaniel Tarn's poetry reading, 1978.
33 9 Group Soup performance, 1978.
33 10 Speech to American Folklore Society, 1979.
33 11 Speech delivered at USC, 1981.
33 12 Talk prepared for George Oppen's 75th birthday, 1983.
33 13 Introduction for Armand Schwerner's poetry reading at UCSD, 1984.
33 14 Speech for UCLA Writers' Program, 1984.
33 15 Introduction for Diane Wakoski's poetry reading at UCSD, 1984.
33 16 Introduction for Charles Bernstein's poetry reading at UCSD, 1984.
33 17 Introduction for Allen Ginsberg's poetry reading at San Diego State, 1985.
33 18 Speech, "The Search for a Primal Poetics," University of Iowa, 1985.
33 19 That Dada Strain, San Diego, 1985.
33 20 FB-064-07 Marketplace and Other Poems, sound recording by Rothenberg.
33 21 Hugo Ball - Notes for performance.
33 22 FB-060-01 Hugo Ball - Costume.
33 23 Planetarium event.
33 24 FB-084-01 Poland: Histories, Performance cards.
33 25 Primitive Reading Script by Rothenberg and David Antin.
34 1 Radio program regarding Edmond Jabes.
34 2 Talk regarding Dada.
34 3 Miscellaneous manuscripts and typescripts.

Translations

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34 4 Uncollected, miscellaneous typescripts, 1950 - 1956.
34 5 Incomplete translation of Brecht's Edward II and Israeli Play, 1950.
34 6 Japanese works, 1952.
34 7 Sound of Water by Yukio Mishima, 1952.
34 8 Works by Yukio Mishima, 1952.
34 9 Woyzeck by Georg Buechner, 1956.
34 10 Der Golem by Anski, 1956.
34 11 Night in the Barracks by Günter Eich, 1955 - 1958.
Poems of Erich Kastner.
34 12 Article re: Kastner in the Hudson Review, 1955 - 1958.
34 13 Business correspondence, 1956 - 1963.
34 14 Holograph worksheets- Various poems, 1955 - 1958.
34 15 Holograph worksheets- "The Thirteen Months", 1955 - 1958.
34 16 Introductions to poems, 1955 - 1958.
34 17 Translation of "Kastner on Kastner", 1955 - 1958.
34 18-19 Typescripts- "The Thirteen Months", 1955 - 1958.
34 20-21 Typescripts- Published poems, 1955 - 1958.
34 22 Typescripts- Later version of published poems, 1955 - 1958.
New Young German Poets.
Business Correspondence.
34 23 With Lawrence Ferlinghetti, 1958.
34 24 With Poets, 1958.
34 25 Various, 1958 - 1961.
34 26 Cover material, 1959.
34 27 Distribution records, 1958 - 1960.
34 28 Miscellany, 1959.
34 29 Notebook, 1959.
35 1 Table of contents and introduction, 1959.
35 2-3 Typescripts, 1959.
35 4 Book of the Other, typescript for projected volume, 1963 - 1964.
The Deputy by Rolf Hochhuth.
35 5 Correspondence- Business, 1964 - 1966.
35 6 Correspondence- General, 1963 - 1965.
35 7-10 Manuscripts and typescripts, 1965.
35 11-12 Notebooks, 1965.
35 13 Playbills, 1965.
35 14 Production by UCLA Theatre Group, 1965.
35 15-16 FB-064-05-06 Reviews, 1963 - 1964.
35 17 Telegrams, 1964.
36 1-2 Typescripts, 1965.
36 3 Worksheets, 1965.
Poems for People Who Don't Like to Read Poems.
36 4 Correspondence, 1967 - 1968.
36 5 Page proofs, 1968.
Book of Hours and Constellations.
36 6 Galleys, 1968.
36 7-8 Typescripts, 1968.
17 Horse Songs of Frank Mitchell.
36 9-10 Navajo text sources, 1970.
36 11 Notes on translation, 1970.
36 12 Typescript, annotated, 1970.
Miscellaneous translations.
37 1 Yiddish poetry, 1967.
37 2 Ingeborg Bachmann's poetry, 1967.
37 3-4 Indian and Spanish texts, 1973.
37 5 Indian texts for Rotterdam Conference, 1974.
37 6 Latvian folksongs, 1985.
37 7 Translation collaboration with Paul Blackburn and....
37 8 Unpublished work, "Poets Translate Poets," with David Antin.
37 9-10 Various translations, 1970 - 1983.

Prefaces and Introductions

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37 11 Futz and What Came After by Rochelle Owens, 1968.
Shango de Ima by Pepe Carill.
37 12 Final galley, 1970.
37 13 Typescript, 1970.
Origins: Creation Texts from the Ancient Mediterranean by Harris Lenowitz and Charles Doria.
37 14 Business correspondence, 1976.
37 15 Original proposal, 1976.
Typescripts.
37 16-22 With business correspondence- Parts 1-7, 1976.
38 1-2 With business correspondence- Parts 8-9, 1976.
38 3-4 Charles Doria's materials, 1976.
38 5 Harris Lenowitz's "Mike Freeze" with cover letter, 1976.
38 6-10 General, 1976.
Maria Sabina: Her Life and Chants by Alvaro Estrada.
38 11 Preface, TSS, 1980.
38 12 Translations and manuscripts, by Alvaro Estrada - Part 1, 1980.
39 1 Translations and manuscripts- Part 2.
Representative Works by Jackson Mac Low.
39 2 Galleys, 1981.
39 3 Introduction and preface, 1981.

Essays and Criticism

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39 4 Correspondence, 1980 - 1985.
39 5 Cover art and jacket statement, 1981.
39 6 Drafts and paste-ups, 1981.
39 7 Galleys, 1981.
39 8-9 Manuscripts, 1981.
40 1 Preface, draft, 1981.
40 2 Reviews, 1981.
40 3 Royalty statements, 1981.
40 4 Table of contents, 1981.
40 5 Beyond Poetics.
40 6 Changing the Present, Changing the Past.
40 7 FB-083-03 Ethnopoetics: Indian Poetry of the Americas, with Richard Johnny John.
40 8 For James Laughlin: A Dedication and A Poem.
40 9 Harold Bloom: The Critic as Exterminating Angel.
40 10 Ian Tyson: An Homage.
40 11 Indians and Wilderness.
40 12 Introduction to Book of Papuan Poetry.
40 13 Keeping It Old: The Failure of the New 'New American Poetry'.
40 14 New Models, New Visions: Some Notes Toward A Poetics of Performance.
40 15 On Anthologies.
40 16 Paul Celan: A Memoir and a Poem.
40 17 Post-Script As Improvisation To The Preceding.
40 18 Total Translation: An Experiment in the Translation of American Indian Poetry.
40 19 Value of Mircea Eliade.
Reviews of others' work.
40 20 Allen, Donald. The Postmoderns.
40 21 Clifford, James. "The Tribal and the Postmodern".
40 22 Eliade, Mircea. No Souvenirs.
40 23 Olson, Toby. The Florence Poems.
40 24 Ortiz, Simon. A Good Journey and Howbah Indians.
40 25 Rexroth, Kenneth.
40 26 Unpublished book reviews and criticism.
40 27 Various authors.

Periodical Contributions

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40 28 Galleys with correspondence.
40 29 FB-083-04 Oversize galleys.
41 1 Typescripts, annotated.
41 2 Stony Brook Poetry Journal, typescripts with correspondence, 1968 - 1970.
41 3-4 General, solicitations for contributions, 1959 - 1984.

Notebooks

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41 5 1945 - Includes speech and sketches.
41 6 1947-1951 - Contains holograph pages.
41 7 1947-1951 - Entitled "Poems of Jerome Rothenberg".
41 8 1947-1951 - Contains TSS and MSS of poems and prose. Includes five poems by Beatrice Baron, 1948-1951.
41 9 1947-1951 - Includes notes on speech by William Carlos Williams at CCNY.
41 10 1955-1958.
41 11 1956 - Notecards.
41 12 FB08106 Notes - Miscellaneous.
41 13 1957.
41 14 1960.
41 15 1960-1965 - Notes for poems and translations.
41 16 1965-1967 - Drafts of letters and translations.
41 17 1968 - Notes on George Economou.
42 1 1968-1969 - Drafts of letters and poems.
42 2 1968-1969 - Notes on visit to Cuba.
42 3 1970 - Notes for poems, outline for talk on tribal poetry, notes for article on....
42 4 1983-1986 - Notes on poetry and teaching.
42 5 1983-1986 - Notes on poetry and correspondence.
42 6 Essay on wilderness.
42 7 Miscellaneous notes.
Notebooks re: miscellaneous subjects.
42 8-11 Parts 1-4.
43 1-7 Parts 5-11.
44 1-4 Parts 12-15.

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44 5 Business correspondence, 1965 - 1969.
44 6 Galleys, 1965.
44 7 Page proofs, 1965.
Technicians of the Sacred.
44 8-9 Artwork, 1967.
44 10 FB-081-03 Bibliography cards, 1967.
44 11 Copyright materials, 1967.
Correspondence.
44 12 Business- Various, 1968 - 1971.
44 13 Business- With Cape Goliard Press, 1969 - 1970.
44 14 General, 1966 - 1970.
44 15 General- For revised edition, 1980 - 1985.
45 1 Fellowship materials, 1967.
45 2-5 Galleys, 1967.
Manuscripts.
45 6 Annotated, 1967.
45 7 General- Part 1, 1967.
46 1-2 General- Parts 2-3, 1967.
46 3 With paste-ups, 1967.
190 1-8 French translation, annotated, undated.
46 4 Materials deleted, 1967.
Materials submitted by authors.
46 5 Meador, Betty, 1967.
46 6 Young, Karl, 1967.
46 7 Various, 1967.
46 8-11 Notebooks- Parts 1-4, 1967.
47 1-3 Notebooks- Parts 5-7, 1967.
47 4-5 Notecards, 1967.
47 6-7 Notes, 1967.
47 8 Out-takes, 1967.
47 9-10 Permissions- Parts 1-2, 1967.
48 1 Permissions- Part 3, 1967.
48 2 Preface, 1967.
48 3 Press release, 1967.
Proofs.
48 4-7 General- Parts 1-4, 1967.
49 1-2 General- Parts 5-6, 1967.
49 3-6 Foundry, 1967.
50 1-5 Page proofs, 1967.
50 6 With Xerox copies, annotated, 1967.
50 7 Receipts, 1967.
50 8 Reviews, 1967.
51 1 Royalty statements, 1967.
Source materials.
51 2-9 General- Parts 1-8, 1967.
52 1-2 General- Parts 9-10, 1967.
52 3 FB-083-05 Oversize, 1967.
52 4-5 Textual materials, 1967.
Typescripts.
52 6-7 Original, 1967.
52 8-13 With photocopies and paste-ups- Parts 1-6, 1967.
53 1-11 With photocopies and paste-ups- Parts 7-17, 1967.
53 12-16 TSS of commentaries- Parts 1-5, 1967.
54 1 TSS of commentaries- Part 6, 1967.
54 2-4 TSS of introduction and text, 1967.
54 5 Blaze of Reality, title page, 1969.
Shaking the Pumpkin.
54 6 FB-081-08 Annotated copy of published book, 1972.
54 7 FB-081-04 Bibliography cards, 1972.
54 8 Book jacket statement, 1972.
54 9 Book jackets, 1972.
54 10 FB-083-06 Contracts, annotated, 1972.
Correspondence.
54 11-12 General, 1970 - 1985.
54 13 Business, 1967 - 1976.
54 14 With contributors, 1972.
54 15 Expense receipts, 1972.
54 16-17 FB-064-01 Galleys and paste-ups, 1972.
54 18 Introductory material and list of works to be included, 1972.
Manuscripts.
54 19 "Flower World Variations" and "Song of A...", 1972.
54 20-21 Revised edition MSS, 1972.
54 22 Miscellaneous MSS and TSS, annotated, 1972.
54 23 Notebooks- Part 1, 1972.
55 1-5 Notebooks- Parts 2-7, 1972.
55 6-7 Notes and field notes, 1972.
55 8 Permissions, 1972.
55 9 Preface for revised edition, 1972.
55 10-12 Proofs and galleys, 1972.
55 13 Reviews- Part 1, 1972.
56 1 Reviews- Part 2, 1972.
56 2-3 Royalty statements, 1972.
56 4-5 Source materials- Standard, 1972.
56 6-7 FB-064-02-03 Source materials- Oversize, 1972.
Typescripts.
56 8 "A Book of Events I and II", 1972.
56 9 "A Book of Extensions I and II", 1972.
56 10 "A Book of Narratives I and II", 1972.
56 11 "Buffalo Series" - Early version, 1972.
56 12 "Commentaries" Parts I and II, 1972.
56 13 "Preludes", 1972.
56 14 "Shaking the Pumpkin", 1972.
56 15 "A First Service", 1972.
56 16 "A Second Service", 1972.
56 17 "A Third Service", 1972.
56 18 "A Fourth Service", 1972.
After the Shamans.
57 1 Paste-ups, unpublished, 1972.
57 2 Typescripts, unpublished, 1972.
America A Prophecy.
Business correspondence.
57 3-4 Various, 1971 - 1977.
57 5 From George Quasha to Random House, 1972.
57 6 Deleted and rejected material, 1973.
57 7 Drafts- Indexes, 1973.
57 8 Drafts- Lists of poems to be included, 1973.
57 9 Ephemera, 1973.
57 10-11 Introduction, various versions, 1973.
57 12 Notebook, containing introductory and contextual material, 1973.
57 13-14 Notes, 1973.
57 15 Organizational materials, annotated, 1973.
57 16 Original proposal, 1973.
Page proofs.
57 17-18 Author's set- Parts 1-2, 1973.
58 1-2 Author's set- Parts 3-4, 1973.
58 3-8 Different versions, 1973.
58 9 General, 1973.
58 10 Reviews, 1973.
58 11 Royalty statements, 1978 - 1981.
Source materials.
58 12-14 Standard size- Parts 1-2, 1973.
59 1-3 Standard size- Parts 3-4, 1973.
59 4 FB-083-07 Oversize, 1973.
Typescripts.
59 5 Completed original version, 1973.
59 6-10 Final TSS, 1973.
60 1-5 First revised version, 1973.
60 6-9 Various TSS- Parts 1-4, 1973.
61 1 Various TSS- Part 5, 1973.
61 2-3 Miscellaneous, 1973.
Revolution of the Word.
61 4-5 Correspondence, business, 1973 - 1983.
61 6-9 Galleys, 1974.
61 10 Material rejected and deleted, 1974.
61 11 Manuscript and master galleys, 1974.
61 12 FB-081-02 Notecards and notebook pages, 1974.
62 1 Notebook, 1972.
62 2 Proposal, 1974.
62 3 Reviews, 1974.
62 4 Royalty statements, 1974.
62 5-11 Typescripts- Original TSS, annotated, 1974.
62 12 "Anglo-Mongrels and the Rose" by Mina Loy, 1974.
Big Jewish Book.
63 1 Acknowledgements, 1978.
63 2 FB-065-01 Artwork, 1978.
63 3 FB-063-01 Artwork, undated.
63 4 FB-081-01 Bibliography cards and notes, 1978.
63 5 Bibliographic material, 1978.
Contributors' typescripts, with correspondence.
63 6 Meltzer, David, 1978.
63 7 Pauk, Edgar, 1978.
63 8 Power, Kevin, 1978.
63 9 Roditi, Edgar, 1978.
63 10 Rosenberg, D., 1978.
63 11-12 Schwartz, H., 1978.
63 13 Suares, Carlo, 1978.
63 14 Vermont, C., 1978.
63 15 Weiner, Hannah, 1978.
63 16 Various authors, 1978.
63 17 Correspondence- Business, with Doubleday, 1973 - 1981.
63 18 Correspondence- General, 1972 - 1981.
64 1 Cover art and jacket statement, 1978.
64 2 Drawing, 1978.
64 3 Footnote material, 1978.
Galleys.
64 4-7 General- Parts 1-4, 1978.
65 1 General- Part 5, 1978.
65 2 With corrections, 1978.
65 3 Layout sheets, galley notes, 1978.
Manuscripts.
65 4-7 Original- Parts 1-4, 1978.
66 1 Original- Part 5, 1978.
66 2-5 General, 1978.
66 6 Materials re: Judaic mystery, 1978.
67 1-4 Notebooks, 1978.
67 5-6 Notes, 1978.
67 7 Preface- Early version, annotated, 1978.
67 8 Preface- Typescript, annotated, 1978.
Proofs.
67 9-10 Foundry- Parts 1-2, 1978.
68 1 Foundry- Part 3, 1978.
68 2 FB-061-01, FB-062-01 Printer's proofs, 1978.
68 4 Proposal, 1978.
68 5 Reading.
68 6 Reviews, 1978.
Source materials.
68 7-14 General- Parts 1-8, 1978.
69 1 General- Parts 9-27, 1978.
70 1 General- Parts 9-27, cont., 1978.
71 1 With notes, 1978.
71 2 For introduction, 1978.
71 3-7 Rejected material, 1978.
71 8 FB-059-03 Oversize, 1978.
Typescripts.
72 1-5 Annotated, 1978.
72 6 Early version, 1978.
73 1-2 Early version, cont., 1978.
73 3-8 With manuscript materials, 1978.
73 9-10 Miscellaneous- Parts 1-2, 1978.
74 1-3 Miscellaneous- Parts 3-5, 1978.
74 4 Visual material, 1978.
Symposium of the Whole.
74 5 Acknowledgments, 1983.
74 6 Bibliography, 1983.
74 7 Correspondence, 1979 - 1983.
74 8 Invoices, 1983.
74 9 Layout materials, 1983.
74 10 Mailing list for review copies, 1983.
Manuscripts.
74 11-12 Parts 1-2, 1983.
75 1 Parts 3-19, 1983.
76 1 Parts 3-19, cont., 1983.
77 1 Parts 3-19, cont., 1983.
78 1 Part 20, 1983.
78 2-4 Material from contributors, annotated by Rothenberg, 1983.
78 5 Materials under consideration, 1983.
78 6 FB-079-01 Notecards and bibliography cards, 1983.
78 7 Notes, 1983.
78 8 Permissions- Part 1, 1983.
79 1-2 Permissions- Parts 2-3, 1983.
79 3 Photographs, 1983.
79 4 Preface, TSS, annotated, 1983.
79 5 Press release, 1983.
79 6-9 Proofs, 1983.
80 1 Reviews, 1983.
80 2 Royalty statements, 1983.

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80 3 Artwork, logos, and ephemera, 1957 - 1963.
Correspondence, business.
80 4 The Kerryman Ltd., 1959 - 1960.
80 5 Taleres Graficos, 1958.
80 6 Various, 1957 - 1960.
80 7 Mailing lists, 1957 - 1963.
Manuscripts and typescripts by author.
80 8-11 Buber, Martin. Tales of Angels, Spirits and Demons, 1957 - 1963.
80 12 Collins, Jess. "O!" - Manuscript with correspondence, 1957 - 1963.
80 13 FB-064-04 Collins, Jess. "O!" - Oversize paste-ups, 1957 - 1963.
80 14-15 Eastlake, William. "Outhouse on the Moon", 1957 - 1963.
80 16-17 Gunn, Thom. Fighting Terms, 1957 - 1963.
81 1 Gunn, Thom. Fighting Terms cont., 1957 - 1963.
81 2-6 Kelly, Robert. Armed Descent, 1957 - 1963.
81 7-8 Kelly and Rothenberg. Lunes/Sightings, 1957 - 1963.
81 9-11 Keene, Donald. The Narrow Road of Oku, 1957 - 1963.
81 12 Justice, Donald. The Summer Anniversaries, 1957 - 1963.
81 13-14 Owens, Rochelle. Futz, 1957 - 1963.
81 15-17 Schwerner, Armand. The Lightfall, 1957 - 1963.
81 18-22 Wakoski, Diane. Coins and Coffins, 1957 - 1963.
81 23 FB-080-01 Rubber stamps, 1957 - 1963.
Poems from the Floating World.
82 1 Agreement with AMS Press, 1960 - 1964.
82 2 Contributors' material, 1960 - 1964.
82 3 Rejected material, 1960 - 1964.
82 4-9 Typescripts, 1960 - 1964.
Some/Thing.
82 10 Contributors' material, 1965 - 1969.
82 11-14 Correspondence, 1962 - 1969.
82 15 FB-083-08 Cover art, 1965 - 1969.
82 16 Ephemera, 1965 - 1969.
83 1 Galleys- Standard, 1965 - 1969.
83 2 FB-083-09 Galleys- Oversize, 1965 - 1969.
83 3 Source material and cover art, 1965 - 1969.
83 4-6 Typescripts, 1965 - 1969.
Alcheringa.
83 7-8 Bills and receipts, 1970 - 1976.
83 9 Brochures, business forms, 1970 - 1976.
83 10 Business certificates, copyrights, 1970 - 1976.
Correspondence.
83 11-13 Business, 1969 - 1971.
84 1-4 Business, 1972 - 1977.
84 5-12 With contributors- Parts 1-8, 1970 - 1976.
85 1-10 With contributors- Parts 9-18, 1970 - 1976.
86 1-3 With contributors- Parts 19-21, 1970 - 1976.
86 4 Cover materials, 1970 - 1976.
86 5 Ephemera, 1970 - 1976.
86 6 Financial records, 1970 - 1976.
86 7-8 Notes, 1970 - 1976.
86 9 Paste-ups, 1970 - 1976.
86 10 Reviews, 1970 - 1976.
86 11 FB-080-02 Rubber stamps, 1970 - 1976.
86 12-13 Source materials, 1970 - 1976.
86 14 Subscription information, 1970 - 1976.
86 15 Subscription requests and receipts, 1970 - 1976.
86 16 Typescripts- Part 1, 1970 - 1976.
87 1-12 Typescripts- Parts 2-13, 1970 - 1976.
New Wilderness Letter.
88 1 Bills and receipts, 1976 - 1985.
Contributors' typescripts, with correspondence.
88 2 Alexander, Will, 1976 - 1985.
88 3 Andrews, Bruce, 1976 - 1985.
88 4 Aridjis, Homero, 1976 - 1985.
88 5 Bernstein, Charles, 1976 - 1985.
88 6 Buck, Paul, 1976 - 1985.
88 7 Clarke, John, 1976 - 1985.
88 8 Davidson, Michael, 1976 - 1985.
88 9 DeLoach, Allen, 1976 - 1985.
88 10 Dutton, Paul, 1976 - 1985.
88 11 Einzig, Barbara, 1976 - 1985.
88 12 Epstein, Paul, 1976 - 1985.
88 13 Gach, Gary, 1976 - 1985.
88 14 Gingerich, Willard, 1976 - 1985.
88 15 Goldstein, Malcolm, 1976 - 1985.
88 16 Guss, David, 1976 - 1985.
88 17 Hamady, Walter and Mary, 1976 - 1985.
88 18 Hennix, Crister, 1976 - 1985.
88 19 Higgins, Dick, 1976 - 1985.
88 20 Jabes, Edmond, 1976 - 1985.
88 21 Joris, Pierre, 1976 - 1985.
88 22 Kelly, Robert, 1976 - 1985.
88 23 Knowles, Allison, 1976 - 1985.
88 24 MacLean, Scott, 1976 - 1985.
88 25 McClelland, Bruce, 1976 - 1985.
89 1 McClure, Michael, 1976 - 1985.
89 2 Morrow, Charlie, 1976 - 1985.
89 3 Mottram, Eric, 1976 - 1985.
89 4 Munn, Henry, 1976 - 1985.
89 5 Norman, Howard, 1976 - 1985.
89 6 Oliveros, Pauline, 1976 - 1985.
89 7 Rubenstein, Carol, 1976 - 1985.
89 8 Schneeman, Carolee, 1976 - 1985.
89 9 Taggart, John, 1976 - 1985.
89 10 Tarn, Nathaniel, 1976 - 1985.
89 11 Tedlock, Dennis, 1976 - 1985.
89 12 Truck, Fred, 1976 - 1985.
89 13 Welch, Roger, 1976 - 1985.
89 14 Young, Karl, 1976 - 1985.
89 15 Zweig, Ellen, 1976 - 1985.
89 16 Unidentified, 1976 - 1985.
89 17 Copyrights and permissions, 1976 - 1985.
89 18 Correspondence, general, 1974 - 1985.
89 19 Financial records, 1976 - 1985.
89 20 Grants, 1976 - 1985.
89 21 FB-083-10 Layout sheets for Issue #1, 1976 - 1985.
90 1 Magazine publishers' catalogs and organizations, 1976 - 1985.
90 2-3 Mailing lists, 1976 - 1985.
Manuscript material.
90 4 Issue #1 - Includes correspondence from Clayton Eshleman, 1976 - 1985.
90 5 Issue #2 - Includes correspondence from bp Nichol et alia, 1976 - 1985.
90 6-7 Issues #3 and #4, 1976 - 1985.
90 8-10 Issue #5, 1976 - 1985.
Issue #7.
90 11 Part 1 - Includes correspondence, 1976 - 1985.
91 1 Part 2 - Includes correspondence, 1976 - 1985.
91 2 MC-037-04 Galleys and proofs - Includes correspondence, 1976 - 1985.
91 3-8 Issue #8 - Includes galleys and proofs, 1976 - 1985.
91 9 FB-083-11 Issue #8- Oversize artwork, 1976 - 1985.
91 10-12 Issue #9, parts 1-3, 1976 - 1985.
92 1 Issue #9, part 4, 1976 - 1985.
92 2 Issue #11, 1976 - 1985.
92 3-4 Issue #12, 1976 - 1985.
92 5 Dream Issue, 1976 - 1985.
92 6 University of Nebraska Edition, 1979.
92 7 New Wilderness Publications- Chanting, 1976 - 1985.
92 8 New Wilderness Publications- A Gathering of Healers, 1976 - 1985.
92 9 Printer's invoices, 1976 - 1985.
92 10-11 FB-081-05 Subscription information, 1976 - 1985.
92 12 Tax information, permits, 1976 - 1985.
92 13 Miscellaneous, 1976 - 1985.

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92 14 Abba, George. "Poems for a New Poet".
92 15 And, Miekal. Various poems.
92 16 FB-083-12 Antin, David. "Meditations".
92 17 Antler. "Collected Poems".
92 18 Benjamin, Jerry. "Starting FRM/New York and Other Poems".
92 19 Berge, Carol. "Touchstone Questions Toward Deux Magots Memory Chapters".
92 20 Bernstein, Charles. "Signs of the Particularities" and "Parsing".
93 1 Blackburn, Paul. Poem for the Occasion of Matthew Rothenberg's Birth, and....
93 2 Blue Cloud, Peter. "Four Songpoems".
93 3 Boyd, Melba. "Song for Maya".
93 4 Cieszynski, Wladyslaw. "The Temple of Your Volcanic Kiss is Burning".
93 5 Cisneros, Domingo. "Deathwatch".
93 6 Civrieux, Marc de. "Watunna: An Orinoco Creation Cycle".
93 7 Cohen, Marty. "Xenagogy, A Traveller's Alphabet".
93 8 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce. "Messenger".
93 9 DeLoach, Allen. "Crow Mother Poem" and Other Poems.
93 11 Di Prima, Diane. "Realm of the Mothers".
93 10 DiPalma, Ray. "The Sargasso Transcries".
93 12 Diamond, Stanley. "Return to the River" and Other Poems.
93 13 Economou, George. "Amepikh," "Inferno XXIV" and "An Evening in Kingfisher".
93 14 Eshleman, Clayton. "Danse Macabre," "Variations Done for Jerry Rothenberg,"...
93 15 Fink, Stephen. "The Hymn to the Atom," "Passages/Genesis" and "Pagans I".
93 16 Fischer, Corey, et al. "Coming from a Great Distance".
93 17 Friedman, Ed. "Chinoiserie".
93 18 Gleason, Judith. "Oya--In Praise of the Goddess".
93 19 FB-083-13 Glinka, Kristof. "Song of Creation" and "Agnistotra".
94 1-3 Guss, David M. "Language of the Birds".
94 4 Hackman, Neil. "Small Poems to God".
94 5 Hadley, Drum. "Ridin' Utah Home".
94 6 Hamill, Janet. "Nostalgia of the Infinite".
94 7-8 Higgins, Dick. Various works.
95 1 Hollo, Anselm and Salamun, Tomaz. "Nile".
95 2 Hughes, Helena. "Kiss My Lips".
95 3 Jarrett, Anna. "The Jewel and the Feather".
95 4 Kahn, Paul. "The Story of Chinggis Qahan".
95 5 Kaplan, Edward. "Infant Archeology".
95 6 Kaprow, Allan. "The Real Experiment" and Lecture.
95 7 Kempton, Karl. Various poems.
95 8 Kostelanetz, Richard. "Visual Lit Crit".
95 9 Krakauer, Daniel. "Poems".
95 10 FB-083-14 Kuenstler, Frank. "Sailing Away".
95 11 Kush, S.S. Various works.
95 12 Lonidier, Lynn. Various works.
95 13 Lowenfels, Walter. Various works.
95 14 MacKenzie, Ginny. Various poems.
95 15 Maud, Ralph. "Manitoba: Documents of the Spirit".
96 1 MacLean, Scott. "Clear Waters," "The Range of Light" and other poems.
96 2 Militz, Philip. Various poems.
96 3 Mood, Stephanie. Various works.
96 4 Munn, Henry. "Genetics and Writing".
96 5 Munn, Henry. Untitled essay.
96 6 Nelson, Sharon. "Jerome Rothenberg: Technician of the Sacred".
96 7 Norman, Howard. From "The Wishing Bone Cycle".
96 8 Oliveros, Pauline. Lecture.
96 9 Olson, Toby. "Carpentry".
96 10 Ostergren, Jan. Various poems.
96 11 Owens, Rochelle. "Belch, A Play in Two Acts".
96 12 Pacernick, Gary. Essay on Jerome Rothenberg.
96 13 Paul, Sherman. "Founding: Re-Reading Jerome Rothenberg".
97 1 Perloff, M. "The Contemporary of Our Grandchildren".
97 2 Polkinhorn, Harry. "Jerome Rothenberg: Language As Tool for Living".
97 3 Quasha, George. "A Magic Spell for the Far Journey".
97 4 Quasha, George. "The Delphine Transpositions".
97 5 Riddell, John. "In the Head".
97 6 Robbins, Doren. "The Roots and the Towers".
97 7 Robles, Eduardo. "Accounts" and "Southern Glacier".
97 8 Roth, Moira. "The Story of Tom and Lucy".
97 9 Rubenstein, Carol. Various poems.
97 10 Schneider, Roy. "Second Coming".
97 11 Schwerner, Armand. "Among the Leaves".
97 12 Seaton, Peter. "Agreement".
97 13 Shaw, Karen. "Various Works".
97 14 Siporin, Ona. "Poems for a Primitive Mythology".
97 15 Stein, Charles. "Disaster Areas" and "The White Garage".
97 16 Stern, Bert. "Reflections on Extracts from Addresses to the Academy of Fine...".
97 17 Sultz, Philip. Various poems.
97 18 Tarn, Nathaniel. "Palenque".
97 19 Thalenberg, C.E. "Gesture Poems".
97 20 Timmons, Susie. "Hog Wild".
97 21 FB-083-15 Wakoski, Diane. "Smudging".
97 22 Weigel, Tom. "Panic Hardware".
98 1 Weiner, Hannah. Various works.
98 2 Wilson, Keith. "The Winds of Pentecost" and "Stone Roses".
98 3 Wright, Jeff. "Charges".
98 4 Yip, Wai-lim. "A View of the Hsing-Mode in the Context of Primitive Poetry".
98 5 Young, Karl. "Openings".
98 6 Young, Karl. "Openings from Middle American Dialogues".
98 7 Young, Karl. Various poems.
98 8 Young Bear, Ray. Various works.
98 9-10 Zweig, Ellen. "Acting Out Art".
98 11 Various authors, miscellaneous works.

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98 12 FB-081-07 Address books.
99 1-2 Calendars, 1974 - 1980.
99 3-4 FB-083-16 Contracts and agreements.
99 5 Deed of gift, State University of New York at Buffalo.
99 6-7 FB-083-17 Ephemera.
Interviews.
99 8 "The Sullen Art: Interviews by David Ossman with Modern American...", 1963.
99 9 New York Quarterly, 1970.
99 10-12 Boundary 2, with William Spanos, 1975.
99 13-15 Vort, with Barry Alpert, 1975.
99 16 With Dick Higgins, 1977.
99 17 With Coral Crane, 1977.
Riverside interviews, with Gavin Selerie and Eric Mottram.
99 18 Correspondence, 1984.
99 19 Transcripts, 1984.
100 1 Transcripts, cont., 1984.
100 2 With Zenia Clugh, undated.
100 3 Miscellaneous.
100 4 Photos of Rothenberg with Allen and Sylvia D'Arcangelo and Harris Lenowitz.
100 5 Publishing permission requests, 1959 - 1976.
100 6 Reviews of Rothenberg's work, various.
Source materials.
100 7 African-American material.
100 8 Angola, poems of Agostinho Neto.
100 9 European poets.
Seneca Indian materials.
100 10 Financial Statement, 1973.
100 11 Interview of Richard JohnnyJohn, 1968.
100 12 Newspaper clippings, 1972 - 1974.
Publications.
100 13-15 FB-063-02-04 Akwesasne Notes, 1972 - 1973.
100 16 O He Yoh Noh, 1969 - 1970.
101 1-5 O He Yoh Noh, 1970 - 1974.
101 6 FB06305 Wassaja, 1973.
101 7-8 FB-063-06 Various publications, 1972 - 1974.
102 1-2 Miscellaneous materials.
Symposia and conferences.
103 1 International Writers' Conference, Long Island U., 1966.
103 2 Modern American Poetry Conference, London, 1973.
103 3 Poetry International, Rotterdam, 1974.
103 4 Polytechnic Poetry Conference, London, 1975.
Ethnopoetics Symposium, U. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
103 5 Correspondence, 1975.
103 6 Photographs, 1975.
103 7 Publication, Alcheringa/Ethnopoetics, 1975.
103 8-14 Typescripts of presentations, parts 1-7, 1975.
104 1 Typescripts of presentations, part 8, 1975.
104 2 Post-Modern Performance Conference, University of..., 1976.
Burg Wartenstein Symposium, "Cultural Frames and Reflections, Ritual, Drama and Spectacle," Austria.
104 3 Correspondence, 1977.
104 4 Organizational Materials, 1977.
104 5-8 Papers by participants, 1977.
104 9 Post conference materials, 1977.
104 10 New School for Social Research, "The Concept of the Primitive in Western Civilization," New York, 1977.
104 11 International Poetry Festival: Sound and Syntax..., 1978.
104 12 International Festival of Sound Poetry, Toronto, 1978.
104 13 Second International Symposium on Ethnopoetics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1978.
104 14 Conferences on Gertrude Stein, Centre Culturel..., 1980.
Walker Art Center, "Myth and Ritual: The Past Redefined," Minneapolis.
104 15 Booklet on myth and ritual, 1980.
104 16 Lectures by participants, part 1, 1980.
105 1-4 Lectures by participants, part 2-5, 1980.
105 5 Polyphonix 3, Paris, 1981.
105 6 Interdisciplinary Conference on Yaqui Ritual, University of Arizona, Oracle, 1981.
105 7 New Perspectives on the Avant Garde Conference, University of Iowa, 1981.
Symposium of the Whole, University of Southern California.
105 8 Correspondence, 1979 - 1984.
105 9 Organizational materials and notes, 1981.
105 10 Participants, 1981.
105 11 Speech by Jerome Rothenberg, 1981.
105 12 Conference on American Poetry Since 1969, "Poetry and Performance," Caracas, 1984.
105 13 14th International Sound Poetry Festival, Glasgow, 1984.
105 14 Port Townsend Writers' Conference, 1985.
105 15 Mentor's Program Planning Conference, Center for..., 1984.
105 16 Poetry International, Rotterdam, 1988.
106 1 Various symposia - Correspondence, 1975 - 1984.
Teaching materials.
106 2 California School of Professional Psychology.
106 3-4 Mannes College.
106 5 Naropa Institute.
106 6 San Diego State University- Comparative Literature materials.
106 7 State University of New York at Buffalo.
University of California, San Diego.
106 8-10 Art and Communication.
106 11-12 Cultural Traditions, parts 1-2.
107 1-2 Cultural Traditions, parts 3-4.
107 3 University of Southern California.
Courses taught at other institutions.
107 4 Ancient American Performance Art.
107 5 English Composition.
107 6 Folk Literature.
107 7-9 Literature I and II.
107 10 Modernism: Post-Modern Poetry.
107 11 World Literature.
107 12-16 Travel to Europe, 1977 - 1986.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATIONS PHOTOCOPIES

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108 1 Originals of preservation photocopies.
109 1 Originals of preservation photocopies.

Accessions Processed in 2005

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

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110 1 Artist protest against the war in Vietnam - Includes newspaper clipping of a full page protest message, "End Your Silence," signed by hundreds of artists, including Rothenberg, published in the New York Times, June 27, 1965. Also includes an earlier petition printed in the New York Times on April 18, 1965.
110 2 Biography blurbs and bibliographies.
110 3 Biographical updates and versions of curriculum vitae, 1977-1991.
110 4 City College commencement program - Rothenberg's BA graduation program, June 18, 1952.
110 5 Drawing of Rothenberg - Pen and ink drawing on file folder stock, undated.
110 6 List of publications and non-publication works, incomplete, 1960 - 1985.
110 7 Longview Literary Awards - 1961 award for poems published in The Floating World.
110 8 Passports, 1961, 1976-1971.
110 9 PEN Awards - 1993 PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Award for Lorca Variations and PEN Center USA West; 1994 Literary Award in Translation for Poems, Performance, Pieces, Prose, Plays, Poetics.
110 10 Photographs - Includes photographs of Rothenberg alone and with others.
110 11 Police report, in French, September 26, 1997.

CORRESPONDENCE

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110 12 A - Miscellaneous.
110 13 Abel, David, 1993 - 1998.
110 14 Abrams, Sam, 1993 - 1994.
110 15-16 Agrafiotis, Démosthène, 1993 - 1998 & undated.
110 17 Alexander, Charles.
110 18 Andrews, Bruce, 1986 - 1994.
110 19 Antin, David, 1987 - 1999.
110 20 Antin, Eleanor, 1990 - 1999.
111 1 Antler, 1987 - 2000.
111 2 Aridjis, Betty and Homero Ferber de, 1989 - 1999.
111 3 Arshile - Includes correspondence from arts magazine and photocopied proofs of Rothenberg poems to appear in the magazine, 1996.
111 4 Artists-Bookworks - Includes correspondence with editor Patricia Ruiling and flyers for works published by this small publishing firm, 1993.
111 5 Arundel Press - Correspondence with Phillip T. Bevis, proofs and a contract, 1988 - 1993.
111 6 B - Miscellaneous.
111 7 Berge, Carol, 1994.
111 8 Bernstein, Charles, 1986 - 2000.
111 9 Berold, Robert - Includes curriculum vitae, future plans for New Coin poetry magazine, 1999.
111 10 Blaine, Julien, 1989 - 1996.
111 11 Brito, Manuel, 1987 - 1999.
111 12 Byrd, Bobby, 1987 - 1990.
111 13 C - Miscellaneous.
111 14 Caldiero, Alex F., 1996.
111 15 Calligas, Lizzie, 1994 - 1995.
111 16 Castro, Michael, 1987 - 2000.
111 17 Cayley, John, 1997 - 1999.
111 18 Charmoy, Cozette de.
111 19 Cody, Jim, 1993 - 1997.
111 20 Cohen, Becky, 1986 - 1996.
111 21 Collom, Jack, 1990 - 1999.
111 22 Cotter, Craig, 1989.
111 23 Conz, Francesco, 1991 - 1998.
111 24 Corner, Philip, 1986 - 1998.
111 25 D - Miscellaneous.
112 1 Dachy, Marc, 1994 - 1998.
112 2 Davidson, Michael, 1986 - 1996.
112 3 Deluy, Henri.
112 4 DiPrima, Diane, 1987 - 1999.
112 5 Djuric, Dubravka, 1992 - 1995.
112 6 Dragomoshchenko, Arkadii, 1989, 1994-1995.
112 7 Drucker, Johanna, 1994.
112 8 E - Miscellaneous.
112 9 Economou, George, 1991 - 1992.
112 10 Einzig, Barbara and David, 1986 - 1996.
112 11 Elton, W.R., 1995.
112 12 Eriksson, Ed, 1989 - 1991.
112 13-14 Eshleman, Caryl and Clayton, Sulfur, 1981 - 2000.
112 15 Exact Change - Includes correspondence, including a contract for Revolution of the Word and a translation of Picasso's "The Internment of the Count of Orgaz", 1995 - 2000.
112 16 Evans, Amy.
112 17 F - Miscellaneous.
112 18 Farina, Raymond, 1985 - 1998.
113 1 Finlay, Alec, 1997 - 1999.
113 2 Fisher, Allen, 1986 - 1993.
113 3 Foley, Diane and Jack, 1988 - 1999.
113 4 Ford, Boris, 1986 - 1988.
113 5 Fraser, Kathleen, 1991 - 1992.
113 6 Friedman, Ed, 1987 - 1994.
113 7 Friedman, Liz, 1989 - 1991.
113 8 G - Miscellaneous.
113 9 Gach, Gary, 1989 - 2000.
113 10 Galles, Arie, 1980 - 1999.
113 11 Gander, Forrest, 1994 - 1995.
113 12 Gansz, David C.D., 1996 - 1997.
113 13 Goldstein, Michael, 1990 - 1991.
113 14 Goodell, Larry, 1990 - 1992.
113 15 Granary Books - Correspondence regarding various works including typescripts for "Six Pictures for the Granary," and Pictures of the Crucifixion, and a Granary Book catalogue, 1990 - 1995.
113 16 Gruber, Ruth E., 1992 - 1997.
113 17 Guss, David, 1985 - 1991.
113 18 H - Miscellaneous.
114 1 Hakim, Khaled, 1993.
114 2 Halpern, Jay, 1991 - 1998.
114 3 Hamady, Walter, 1986 - 1987.
114 4 Hamill, Sam, 1985.
114 5 Hejinian, Lyn, 1988 - 1999.
114 6 Higgins, Dick, 1987 - 1998.
114 7 Holdengraber, Paul, 1998 - 1999.
114 8 Hollo, Anselm, 1987 - 1997.
114 9 Howe, Susan - Includes photocopies of Dickinson poem slides for a talk to be given in Binghamton, New York, 1988.
114 10 I - Miscellaneous.
114 11 Ihalainen, Jyrki, 1986 - 1999.
114 12 International PEN (Digby Diehl), 1989 - 1990.
114 13 Ito, Hiromi, 1993 - 1997.
114 14 J - Miscellaneous.
114 15 Janabi, Abdul Kader El, 1996 - 1998.
114 16 Jemie, Chek (Onwuchekwa), 1992 - 1997.
114 17 Joris, Nicole and Pierre, 1987 - 2000.
114 18 K - Miscellaneous.
114 19 Kanaseki, Kuniko, 1997.
114 20 Kelly, Robert, 1993 - 1995.
114 21 Kennerly, Karen, 1987 - 1994.
114 22 Kessler, Milton, 1971 - 1998.
114 23 Knittel, Krzysztof, 1988 - 1991.
114 24 Kostelanetz, Richard, 1987 - 1996.
114 25 Kuryluk, Ewa, 1991 - 1995.
114 26 Kushner, Steven S., 1981 - 1998.
114 27 L - Miscellaneous.
114 28 Laughlin, James, 1986 - 1996.
114 29 Lenowitz, Harris, 1978 - 1991.
115 1 Literary Criticism Series.
115 2 M - Miscellaneous.
115 3 Mac Low, Jackson and Anne Tardos, 1985 - 1997.
115 4 Maitlin, David, 1988 - 1992.
115 5 Makato, Oda - Includes materials regarding Makato's stay in the U.S. and writings exchanged with Rothenberg, 1990 - 2002.
115 6 Malina, Judith and Hanon Reznikov, The Living Theatre.
115 7 Marilia, 1997 - 1998.
115 8 McCaffery, Steve, 1988 - 1991.
115 9 McClure, Michael, 1994 - 1996.
115 10 McLean, Scott, 1993 - 1998.
115 11 Meltzer, David, 1965 - 1992.
115 12 Montano, Linda, 1990 - 1997.
115 13 Montano, Rosita, 1991 - 1992.
115 14 Morning Star Publications, 1996.
115 15 Morrow, Charlie, 1988 - 1998.
115 16 Mottram, Eric, 1986 - 1993.
115 17 N - Miscellaneous.
New Directory Publishing Corp.
115 18 1990 - 2000.
115 19 Royalty statements, 1985 - 1998.
115 20 Nichol, Eleanor and Sarah, 1996 - 2001.
116 1 Nohe, Timothy - Includes a "Poet's Tape", 1998.
116 2 Norman, Howard, 1994 - 1999.
116 3 Nowak, Mark, 1993 - 1994.
116 4 O - Miscellaneous.
116 5 Oda, Makato, 1991 - 1993.
116 6 Oppen, Mary, 1989.
116 7 Owens, Rochelle, 1988 - 1998.
116 8 Ox, Jack, 1993 - 1998.
116 9 P - Miscellaneous.
116 10 Parmet, Harriet, 1997.
116 11 Peck, Dan, 1986 - 1988.
116 12 Perishable Press Limited, 1986 - 1989.
116 13 Perloff, Carey, 1988.
116 14 Perloff, Marjorie, 1996 - 1997.
116 15-16 Permissions to reprint - Miscellaneous works, 1988 - 1999.
116 17 Pickard, Tom, 1990 - 1993.
116 18 Polkinhorn, Harry, 1987 - 1996.
116 19 Power, Kevin, 1987 - 1993.
116 20 Q - Miscellaneous.
116 21 R - Miscellaneous.
116 22 Ramba, Janis - Includes a few of Ramba's poems, 1998.
116 23 Randall, Margaret, 1996 - 1998.
117 1 Raphael, Pamela, 1984.
117 2 Rasula, Jed and Suzi, 1987 - 1999.
117 3 Raworth, Tom, 1988 - 1995.
117 4 Redington, Simon, 1989 - 1994.
117 5 Reichardt, Jasia.
117 6 Reichman, Sebastian and Luba, 1990 - 2000.
117 7 Reising, Christine, 1992 - 1994.
117 8 Requests for submissions, 1981 - 1998.
117 9 Robboy, Ron, 1988 - 1997.
117 10 Rothenberg, Matthew, 1990 - 2000.
117 11 Rubenstein, Carol, 1986 - 1991.
117 12 Rypson, Pitor, 1987 - 1992.
117 13 S- Miscellaneous.
117 14 Salient Seedling Press (David and Kathy Giancola), 1992 - 1993.
117 15 Sanders, Ed, 1988 - 1997.
117 16 Schenk-Funcke, Lisa, 1993 - 1994.
117 17 Schiller, Bob, 1980 - 1981.
117 18 Schneemann, Carolee, 1986 - 1997.
117 19 Schoening, Fanny.
117 20 Schwerner, Armand, 1986 - 1999.
117 21 Selerie, Gavin, 1986 - 1996.
117 22 Selinger, Eric, 1998.
117 23 Shrestha, Romio - Correspondence addressed to Sage Goodwin, 1988 - 1989.
117 24 Silliman, Ron, 1989 - 1995.
117 25 Singing Horse Press, 1988.
117 26 Smith, Barbara, 1993.
117 27 Smith, Hazel, 1992.
117 28 Smith, Pat, Otherwind Press, 1987 - 1992.
118 1 Snyder, Gary, 1990 - 1992.
118 2 Sukenick, Lynn, 1994.
118 3 Sultz, Phil, 1976 - 1996.
118 4 Sun and Moon Press, 1989 - 1991.
118 5 T - Miscellaneous.
118 6 Taggart, John, 1986 - 1992.
118 7 Tarn, Nathaniel, 1986 - 1999.
118 8 Tart, Indrek, 1986 - 1991.
118 9 Taub, Michael, 1988 - 1998.
118 10 Turetzky, Bertram, 1986.
118 11 Tyson, Ian, 1987 - 1996.
118 12 Tyson, Matthew, 1991 - 1995.
118 13 U - Miscellaneous.
118 14 V - Miscellaneous.
118 15 Vicuna, Cecilia, 1987 - 1995.
118 16 W - Miscellaneous.
118 17 Wakoski, Diane, 1986 - 1999.
118 18 Waldman, Anne, 1986 - 1999.
118 19 WDR Publishers, 1995.
118 20 Weinberger, Eliot, 1989 - 1994.
118 21 Williams, Emmett, 1993 - 2000.
118 22 Wilson, Keith, 1987 - 1988.
118 23 Y - Miscellaneous.
118 24 Young, Karl, 1986 - 1990.
118 25 Z - Miscellaneous.
118 26 Zadrozny, Mark, 1988 - 1990.
118 27 Zamir, Shamoon, 1987 - 1995.
119 1-3 Unidentified correspondent.

WRITINGS

Uncollected Poetry

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119 4 After Auschwitz/There is Only Poetry.
119 5 Amulet.
119 6 Antonin Artaud Poem, July 1946.
119 7 Aphorisms - Typescript draft.
119 8 The beat of wings. Weather in the world.
119 9 The Bembo's Story.
119 10 Czestochowa.
119 11 Denn Gute Dinge. Freidrich Holderlin; Tr., Jerome Rothenberg.
119 12 The Emptying.
119 13 Evil thoughts no matter how clearly he sees it.
119 14 Fall - Typescript draft.
119 15 Fifty Flags.
119 16 First Flower Song.
119 17 First Gematria.
119 18 First Negro Song after Sor Juana de la Cruz.
119 19 Five Definitions. Poem submitted to Caliban - Typescript of poem, correspondence, 1986.
119 20 Flags & Mirrors.
119 21 A Flower Cantata.
119 22 A Fourth Gematria.
119 23 Further Conversations.
119 24 Gematria 161.
119 25 Gematria 233.
119 26 Gematria 345 - For Edmond Jabes.
119 27 Gematria 456.
119 28 Gematria 600.
119 29 Gematria 780.
119 30 Gematria One, Gematria Two & Gematria Three.
119 31 Gematria Five.
119 32 A Gematria for Horsemen.
119 33 Der Gilgul (The Exchanges/Transformation/The Possessed).
119 34 Heaven Earth & Corpses!.
119 35 Hidden in Woods Bagged like an Indian.
119 36 I am Alone.
119 37 The Ikon (2).
119 38 Imaginal Geography 10 - "War Flower Song".
119 39 "In Nature There is No Male or Female Fixed".
119 40 Israel Nijara: Wedding Poem.
119 41 In the Dark Word, Khurbn.
119 42 Der Kenig Fun Di Yidn.
119 43 A Language Gematria for Charles Bernstein.
119 44 New Directions.
119 45 A Newton Suite.
119 46 Night Voyage.
119 47 The Other Secret in the Trail of Money.
119 48 Passing Chelmno on the Main Road Driving Past It....
119 49 Poem - Typescript draft.
119 50 A Poem Against Burns.
119 51 A Poem for Gypsies.
Poland/1987.
119 52 "At the Border".
119 53 "The Empty Town".
119 54-56 "Khurbn".
119 57 "The Persistence of Memory".
119 58 "The Pound Project" - Draft. Published in Conjunctions 41: Fall 2003.
119 59 Practice Your Scream.
119 60 The Real Poland Can Only Be Addressed In the Imagination.
120 1 Red Banner Flag Poem.
120 2 Respondez!.
120 3 The Road to Ostrowa, May 19, 1987.
120 4 Shaman Dreamwork Six.
120 5 Sixth Gematria.
120 6 Their ghosts refuse to walk.
120 7 Three Poems For The Babe in Glory.
120 8 The Thumb of Knowledge.
120 9 Toltec Nights: An Imploration to the Mother.
120 10 Treasures of Dunhuang: 2000 Buddhas - Typescript draft, 1997.
120 11 Treblinka Dialogue - "Scheissmeister".
120 12 Der Vidershtand (The Resistance).
120 13 The Word.
120 14 What Makes Him Kneel Down in the Mud - Fishl's Song.
120 15 What Makes Him Stop in the Sand.
120 16 Untitled poem - Typescript draft.

Collected Poetry

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120 17 Poems, 1964-1967 - Cover, 1968.
120 18 Apres le Jeu du Silence: 12 Poemes de Jerome Rothenberg.
Poems for the Game of Silence.
120 19 Cover for Dutch translation "Gedichten voor het spel van de stilte", 1971.
120 20 Reviews, 1971.
Poland/1931.
120 21 Includes permissions to reprint and correspondence, 1974.
120 22 FB-474-01 Includes production materials, 1970.
120 23 Reviews, 1970.
120 24 Adapted for the theatre by Hanon Reznikov (1988), Living Theatre Production, NY. Includes a copy of script and pictures from production that was directed by Reznikov, 1988.
120 25 Esther K. Comes to America: 1931 - Galley and pencil mockup, 1974.
120 26 B.R.M.TZ.V.H. - Printer's proof, 1979.
120 27 Cabala Capers - Includes typescript and correspondence with Alan Kornblum of the Toothpaste Press, 1982.
That Dada Strain.
120 28 Typescript draft of performance script, 1983.
120 29 Reviews, 1983.
120 30 Three Gematria for John Cage - Paste-up, 1986.
New Selected Poems, 1970-1985.
120 31 Typescript and draft of preface, 1986.
120 32 Reviews, 1986.
120 33 Further Sightings -Includes correspondence and galleys, 1989.
Gematria.
120 34-35 Drafts ("Gematria cards"), 1994.
121 1-2 Drafts ("Gematria cards"), cont., 1994.
121 3-4 Drafts, 1988 - 1994 & undated.
121 5 "Post/Face" - Draft, 1988.
Khurbn and Other Poems.
121 6 Drafts, 1989.
121 7 "Ikons" typescript, 1989.
121 8 Typescript, 1989.
121 9 Galleys, 1989.
121 10 Background material for book, handwritten draft of glossary terms, copies of possible cover material and correspondence, 1989.
121 11 Permissions to reprint and correspondence, 1989.
121 12 Reviews, 1989.
The Lorca Variations.
121 13 Drafts, ca. 1990.
121 14 Boletín de La Fundación Federco Garcia Lorca, 1990.
121 15 Includes galleys, correspondence with New Directions (Peter Glassgold, editor), and photocopies of Suites by Lorca, translated by Rothenberg, 1993.
122 1 Includes publication materials, legal correspondence with Kosmas and Miller, various checklists, table of contents, correspondence with Christopher Maurer, and translation drafts with annotations.
122 2 Blurbs, 1993.
122 3 Gematria, (entitled Penetrating Streaks) - Typescripts draft of cover design, 1989.
122 4 Gematria - Reviews, 1994.
An Oracle for Delphi.
122 5 Typescript, 1994.
122 6 Includes page proofs, correspondence (1994-1995) with Light and Dust Books (Karl Young, editor) and Démosthène Agrafiotis, 1994.
122 7 Cover proof, 1994.
122 8 Reviews, 1994.
Seedlings and Other Poems.
122 9 Includes drafts (1992-1994), poems not published in the book and a folder labelled "Seedlings: New and Uncollected", 1996.
122 10 "Seedling" typescript 1-3, 1996.
122 11 Typescript, 1996.
122 12 Galleys, 1996.
123 1 Reviews, 1993.
123 2 "At the Grave of Nakahara Chuga" - Includes note on the background and composition of the piece, 1997.
123 3-4 Leonardo Project: 10 + 2 Poems - Includes drafts, photos, photocopies, and texts, 1998.
A Paradise of Poets.
123 5 "Autobiography", 1999.
123 6 Typescript, 1999.
123 7 Galleys, 1999.
123 8 Includes corrected galleys and correspondence with New Directions (Peter Glassgold, editor), 1999.
123 9 Reviews, 1999.
123 10 Book of Witness: Spells and the Gris-Gris - Partial typescript with notes, 2003.
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124 1 Abraham Abulaha Visits the Pope - Play script.
124 2-3 American Indian Poetry and the "Other" Traditions - Published in New Pelican Guide to English Literature: Vol. 9. Includes typescript draft of proposal with annotations, correspondence, contract, and page proofs.
124 4 Art at the Millenium: A Proposal for a New Configuration in the Arts - Typescript of talk at unidentified conference.
124 5 Blurbs.
124 6 Conversations - "Hell".
124 7 Derriche/Le Robert: Lettre "K".
124 8 Derriche/Le Robert: Lettre "T".
124 9 "Ecological Strategies in Twentieth-Century Poetics and Ethnopoetics".
124 10 "Ethnopoetics and Politics: The Politics of Ethnopoetics" - Drafts.
124 11 The Golem.
124 12 Indigenous/Oral Poetry - Essay for World Poetry, 2000.
124 13 Introduction to "Performing Language: A Conference and Festival", April 15-16, 1988.
Introduction to readings.
124 14 Bruchae, Joseph.
124 15 Fraser, Kathleen, January 22, 1992.
124 16 Ginsberg, Allen - Includes draft and typescript, May 27, 1994.
124 17 Guest, Barbara.
124 18 Howe, Susan - State University of New York at Binghampton.
124 19 Schierbeek, Bert - University of California, San Diego. Includes typescript and flyer for reading, May 26, 1993.
124 20 Taggart, John, February 12, 1992.
124 21 Yip, Wai-lim - Includes annotated typescript of talk and typescript of poem: A Poem of Longing.
124 22-23 Interview with Charlie Morrow. Published in TDR: Drama Review, Fall 1990, v.34, n.3 - Includes drafts, typescripts, correspondence with editor and Charlie Morrow and biographical materials of Morrow, 1990.
124 24 Khurbn & Holocaust: Poetry After Auschwitz. Revised essay for Dialectical Anthropology - Includes correspondence, contract, and revised ending.
124 25 A Kind of Novel/White Pyjamas/The Dream of Dickenson.
124 26 Letter to the Editor regarding Clay Eshleman's review of John Ashbury's, As We Know, published in the L.A. Times, February 1980.
124 27 Manifestos for the New Millennium - Preface.
124 28 Morrow catalog introduction - Includes annotations, 1988.
124 29 New Chronotopes for Old: Some Notes for James Clifford - Typescript draft of lecture presented at unidentified conference, correspondence.
124 30 Nezval introduction.
124 31 One and Three.
124 32 Poetics of Performance: Shaman, Clowns, and Tricksters - Includes manuscript draft of paper presented at unidentified conference and annotated readings discussed in paper.
125 1 "The Poetics of the Sacred: A Range of Topics for a Keynote Speech," Fu Jen University, Taipai - Typescript, notes, September 1990.
125 2 A Poetics of the Sacred. Essay for Picturing Cultural Values in Postmodern America, William Doty, editor - Includes copy of manuscript with editing and correspondence with Doty, 1995.
125 3 Pre-face, March 19, 1987.
125 4 "Re: Kurt Schwitters - A Note for Sulfur".
125 5 Renaissance 1986 - Includes typescript draft of essay that discusses works by Mac Low, Khlebnikov & Eshleman.
125 6 Rosina Conde - Virgin.
125 7 Saint Mark's & the Poetry Project.
125 8 The Scrolls of Auschwitz.
125 9 Search for a Primal Poetics - Includes draft of talk and performance as the Visiting Ida Beam Professor at the University of Iowa (Oct 1985) and a newspaper clipping of talk, 1985.
125 10 Search for a Primal Poetics essay for Critical Anthropology: The Ethnology of Stanley Diamond - Typescript of essay, 1987.
125 11 A Secret Location on the Lower East Side: Adventures in Writing 1960-1980 - Stephen Clay & Rodney Phillips, editors - Includes preface written by Rothenberg, typescript, page proofs, correspondence and newspaper clippings, 1998.
125 12 "Some words for/about Lorca: In Memoriam" - Reading copy.
125 13 "Some words for William Kennedy", 1991.
125 14 Sources of a Distinct Majority. Keynote speech at the San Francisco Art Institute Symposium - Includes annotated draft of manuscript for publication in Worlds in Collision and correspondence.
125 15 Statement on behalf of the application by the Binghampton Community Poets.
125 16 Stuobanrut.
125 17 Tribute for Edmond Jabes - Includes preperatory materials, 1991.
125 18 Wai-lim Yip: An Introduction to Between Landscapes, by Wai-lim Yip - Typescript, 1994.
125 19 "'We Explain Nothing, We Believe Nothing': American Indian Poetry and the Problematics of Translation" - Includes notes, typescripts, and photocopy of published article, 1992.
125 20 On Tribal and Oral Poetry.
125 21 Untitled writings.
125 22 Untitled - Annotated transcript of Rothenberg lecture on Jewish mysticism and poetry and correspondence with transcriber, May, 1985.
125 23 Miscellaneous notes and fragments.

Translations

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125 24 Miscellaneous translations.
125 25 Buber, Martin. Tales of Spirits and Demons - Copy of book cover, 1958.
125 26 15 Flower World Variations - Photocopy of translated poem with performance notes and review, 1984.
Schwitters, Kurt. Pppppp: Poems, Performance Pieces, Proses, Plays, Poetics.
125 27 Includes book proposal, correspondence with Temple University Press, and a NEH grant application, 1993.
125 28 Correspondence with Temple University Press (Mary Copouya, editor), copy editor and Pierre Joris, 1992-1993.
125 29 Introduction draft, 1991.
125 30-32 Drafts, 1993.
126 1-2 Drafts, 1993.
126 3-5 Typescript, 1993.
126 6-7 Copy edited manuscript, 1992.
127 1-2 FB-474-02 Page proofs, 1993.
127 3 Permissions to reprint and correspondence.
127 4 Publisher catalogue and correspondence, 1993.
127 5 Reviews, 1993.
127 6 Garcia Lorca, Federico. Selected verse - Galleys of Rothenberg's translation of Suites and correspondence with publisher, 1995.
127 7 Celan, Paul. Irish - Includes proof copy of translation and correspondence with Alec Finlay, 1997.
Garcia Lorca, Federico. Suites, 2001.
127 8-9 Spanish texts.
127 10 Drafts.
127 11 Translation typescript of Three Lorca Suites.
127 12-13 Annotated translation typescript.
128 1-2 Translation typescript with notes.
128 3-5 Typescripts - Includes correspondence with Christopher [Maurer?], 1989.
128 6 Biography of Vitezslav Nezval, written by Jerome Rothenberg and Milos Sovak - Includes two versions, one annotated, research and correspondence relating to surrealist group in Czechoslovakia and typescript of Nezcal's Poemes Choisis, 1996 - 2000.
Nezval, Vitezslav.
Antilyrik and Other Poems.
128 7 Typescript translated in collaboration with Milos Sovak, 2001.
128 8 Typescript in original Czech.
129 1 Includes multiple annotated drafts of poems, correspondence with Milos Sovak, and research materials.
129 2 Valerie and the Week of Wonders. Typescript - Includes various other poems translated into English.
129 3 Akrobat - Typescript translated in collaboration with Milos Sovak.
Various drafts.
129 4 Typescripts of "A Novel" "A Manifesto for Czech Surrealism," A Poem for the Elements," "'Between the Days' Teeth, See" "The Dark City," and "The Lesser Rose Garden" - Includes Rothenberg's annotations and correspondence with Milos Sovak.
129 5 Typescripts of "Woman in Plural," "Meteor," "Goodbye My Fancy," "Shirt," "The Defenestration," "The Necessity of Revolution," "Night Poem," "The Revolt of Madness".
129 6 Typescripts of "Hamlet," "Tyranny of Love," "Antilyrik," "City with Towers," "Prophecy," "Trap Door," "Diabolo: A Poem of the Night," "The Descent," "Poem for the Hundred-Towered City".
129 7 "The Confession" - Typescripts of various drafts and unidentified Vitezslav poems.
Picasso, Pablo. The Burial of the Count of Orgaz and Other Poems.
129 8 Annotated drafts, 2004.
129 9 First draft of "The Parchment Notebook", 2004.
129 10 Mitchell, Frank. The 17 Horse Songs of Frank Mitchell - Typescript draft translation of Horse Song No. 10, 1969.
129 11 Un gran libro judio.

Notebooks

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130 1-4 1984 - 1987.
130 5-6 1990 - 1991.
130 7 1993 - 1994.
131 1-2 1996 - 1998.
131 3 Undated.
131 4-6 Miscellaneous notebooks, undated.
132 1-3 Miscellaneous notebooks, cont., undated.

ANTHOLOGIES EDITED BY ROTHENBERG

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Technicians of the Sacred (1968).
132 4 Slide of cover artwork and correspondence, 1968.
132 5 Permissions to reprint and correspondence, 1968.
Shaking the Pumpkin (1972).
132 6 Production materials and correspondence with various people including Alfred van der Marck, contracts, notes, and directory of individuals requesting copies, 1972 - 1991.
132 7 Permissions to reprint and correspondence, 1972.
132 8 French translation. Includes correspondence, catalogue, and typescripts with notes.
132 9 Miscellaneous materials, 1972.
Big Jewish Book: Poems and Other Visions of the Jews from Tribal Times to the Present (1978).
132 10 Letters of support for the book's re-publication, copies of various reviews and articles, and a 1986 letter of support from D. Rosenberg, 1978.
133 1 Reviews, 1978.
133 2 Includes reprint permissions, contact list, notes, and correspondence, 1978.
Symposium of the Whole (1983).
133 3 Proposal for PBS series on poetry, 1983.
133 4 Reviews, 1983.
133 5 Royalty statements for various works (1990-1999) and correspondence regarding out-of-print status of Symposium of the Whole, 1983.
Exiled in the Word: Poems and other Visions of the Jews from Tribal Times to Present (1989).
133 6 Includes a marked up copy of A Big Jewish Book.
133 7-8 Galleys with Rothenberg corrections. Includes correspondence with Copper Canyon Press, 1989.
134 1-2 Corrected galleys, 1989.
134 3 Permissions to reprint and correspondence, 1989.
134 4 Royalty statements, 1990 - 1998.
134 5 Reviews, 1989.
Poems for the Millennium, vol. 1, edited with Pierre Joris (1995).
Correspondence regarding translations.
134 6-7 A-M, 1987 - 1992.
134 8 Padgett, 1987 - 1992.
134 9 S-Z, unidentified, 1987 - 1992.
135 1 Prospective lists of contents, board of directors, ca. 1991.
135 2 Texts with editors' notes and selections, ca. 1991.
135 3 Theo van Doesburg - Drafts of translations, 1991.
135 4 Section I: Forerunners - Photocopied texts and editors' commentaries, 1991 - 1994.
135 5 Drafts of prologues, 1991 - 1992.
135 6 Notes, ca. 1992.
135 7 Texts, photocopies, ca. 1992.
135 8 Drafts of contents, 1992.
135 9-11 Drafts of commentary and introductions, photocopied texts, 1992.
135 12 Permissions, notes, drafts, and correspondence, 1992.
136 1 "A First Gallery": typed and photocopied texts, ca. 1992.
136 2 Guillaume Apollinaire - Draft of Rothenberg's translation, ca. 1992.
136 3 Vitezslav Nezlav - Drafts of translations, ca. 1992.
136 4 Rainer Maria Rilke - Drafts of Joris' translations, 1993.
Permissions from publishers.
136 5-9 A-L, 1993.
137 1-6 M-Z, 1993.
137 7 Permissions, miscellaneous.
137 8 Correspondence with Pierre Joris.
138 1 Correspondence with Pierre Joris - Includes drafts of the "Introduction," edited and re-edited by both, 1993.
138 2 Typescript drafts of introductions with notes by Rothenberg and Joris.
138 3 Maintenant A Lettre - French translation of introduction with notes.
138 4 Miscellaneous photocopied texts, ca. 1993.
Poems for the Millennium, vol. I & II (1995, 1998).
138 5 Correspondence with the University of California Press, 1990 - 1998.
138 6 Correspondence regarding funding.
138 7 Miscellaneous correspondence including copies of response letters.
Poems for the Millennium, vol. I, (1995).
138 8 Lecture outline by Rothenberg, 1995.
138 9-10 Introduction and commentaries typescript.
138 11 Includes drafts, photocopied texts with editorial notes, ca. 1993, table of contents and First Gallery.
138 12 Drafts of miscellaneous commentary, 1993.
138 13 Includes drafts, photocopied texts with editorial notes, table of contents and First Gallery, ca.1993.
139 1 Photocopied texts for "A First Gallery", ca. 1993.
139 2 Draft of commentary for "Forerunners", ca. 1993.
139 3 FB-474-03 Final layouts and correspondence, 1994.
139 4-7 Proofs, 1994.
139 8 Includes acknowledgements, lists, notes, and a floppy disk, 1994 - 1995.
139 9 Correspondence from editors regarding permissions and translation fees, 1995.
139 10 Internet discussion, December 11, 1995.
140 1 Reviews and publicity materials, 1995.
140 2 Includes publisher's materials, 1995.
Poems for the Millennium, vol. 2, edited with Pierre Joris (1998).
140 3-7 Includes photocopied texts, 1995.
140 8 Notecards, 1998.
141 1 Table of contents - Notes and drafts, 1994 - 1995.
141 2 Rejected texts and commentaries, 1995.
141 3 Commentaries drafts, 1995.
141 4 Includes permission lists with notes, 1995.
141 5-8 Permissions correspondence, organized by author - A-Z, 1996.
Permissions, editors' log of contacts/payments, organized by author.
141 9 A-C, 1996.
142 1-3 D-Z, 1996.
142 4 Permissions, internal correspondence, logs, miscellaneous, 1996 - 1998.
142 5 Permissions, miscellaneous, 1996 - 1998.
142 6 Drafts of poem translations and typescripts, 1996.
142 7 Introductions and texts (Postwar Japanese Poetry, The Tammuzi Poets, Cobra, The Vienna Group, Concrete Poetry), 1996.
142 8 Texts and commentaries, 1996.
143 1 Texts and commentaries, cont., 1996.
143 2 Introduction notes drafts, and correspondence between Joris and Rothenberg, 1996 - 1997.
143 3-6 Typescript: Texts and commentaries, 1998.
143 7 Typescript, 1998.
144 1-2 Typescript, cont., 1998.
144 3 Includes galleys with editorial markings and correspondence with editor Evan Camfield, 1995.
144 4 Includes drafts of the table of contents, 1997.
144 5 "Final cuts from manuscript", 1997.
144 6 Reviews and publicity materials, 1998.
Book of the Book: Some Words and Projections About the Book and Writing (2000), edited with Steven Clay.
144 7 Correspondence, typescript drafts of possible table of contents, and final table of contents.
144 8 Notes on the pre-faces chapters and photocopies of included readings with notes.
144 9 Notes on the opening of the field chapters and photocopies of included readings with notes.
145 1 Notes on the "Book is as old as fire" and later chapters, and photocopies of included readings with notes.
145 2 Notes on the "Book to Come" chapters, and photocopies of included readings with notes.
145 3-4 Galleys of Pre-Faces chapters.
145 5 Photocopies of works considered but not included in final manuscript (A-H).
145 6 Photocopies of works considered but not included in final manuscript (K-Z and unidentified).
145 7 Reviews, 2000.

COLLABORATIONS

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146 1 Clinamen.
"Fourteen Stations" for Arie Galles.
146 2 Correspondence including grant application and research materials, 1993.
146 3 Correspondence, typescripts of poems, photocopies of Galles' sketches and research materials, 1993.
146 4 Correspondence, typescripts of poems, "Project Summary," photos, slides, and photocopied research materials, 1993 - 1995.
146 5 Drafts.
146 6 Correspondence, photographs and slides of Galles' artwork, and typescripts of poems, 1995 - 1996.
146 7 Correspondence, photographs and reviews, 1996.
147 1 Correspondence, slides, reviews and catalogues of Galles' exhibits (accompanied by Rothenberg's poems), 1996 - 2000.
147 2 Photographs and slides, 1995.
147 3 Fourteen Stations, German translation by Stefan Hyner. Includes correspondence and typescript drafts with notes, 1995.
147 4 Morso Dal Suono, work by William Xerra with verses by Rothenberg. Pamphlet.
Pictures of the Crucifixion (1996) with David Rathman.
147 5 Typescript of Six Pictures for the Granary (previously titled Nine Pictures for the Granary).
147 6 Typescript of poems.
That Dada Strain.
147 7 Collaboration with Bertram Turetsky. Includes flyers, music, script, cast list, and various reviews of Turetzky individually.
147 8 Musical collaboration with Bertram Turetzky.
147 9 1987 Art Awareness. Includes flyer, program, and various reviews of Dada performances with Bertram Turetzky, 1987.
Westdentscher Rundfunk Koln, collaboration with Bertram Turetzky.
147 10 Specifically Biber's Hoerspiel or Beaver's Horspiel materials.
147 11 Audiotape and collage. Includes correspondences, financial and prepartory documents.
147 12 Includes text of audio production in English and German, both annotated, of Der Dada Ton: Ein Horspiel.
147 13 Morrow, Charlie. Music that Crossed the Ocean, collaboration with Rothenberg.
147 14 Villa, Carlos. Religious Art and Art of a Religious Nature, collaboration with Rothenberg.
148 1 Shekinah, collaboration of music and poetry.
148 2 Archive Newsletter - Writing samples from Eleanor Antin, Paul Beatty, Lyn Hejinian, Arthur Sze, and Donald Wesling.
148 3 Collaborations with Bertram Turetsky - Photographs.
148 4 Poland/1931, collaboration with Charlie Morrow. Adapted by Hanon Reznikov. Includes program, theater script, flyer and review, 1989.
148 5 Poland/1931, That Dada Strain, collaboration with Bert Turetsky. Includes Horspiele in Westdeutschen Rundfunk 1986-1987 and to-do list.

WRITINGS OF OTHERS

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148 6-8 Agrafiotis, Démosthène. Miscellaneous materials.
149 1 Aguilar, Ricardo. Hikuri - Photocopies, 1978.
149 2 Aleksic, Branko. "A Matter of Spirits".
149 3 Andrews, Bruce. Typescript of "Poetry Explanation, Poetry as Praxis." Includes biographical materials for Guggenheim Fellowship and a copy of interview with Marjorie Perloff.
149 4 Appelman, Jason. Various poems.
149 5 Aridjis, Homero. Typescript of "El Ojo de la Ballena" and translation.
149 6 Aulla, Anwar Rashi. Manuscript of various poems. Includes "Secret of Kiss," "Cultivation of Love," "Wish," "Adoration," "Rival," "Migration," "My Verse," "Alienation," "Nest," and "Three Pearls in an Arch", 1991 - 1994.
149 7 Baldrige, Wilson. Manuscript of Baldrige's translation of Michael Deguy's poem Recumbents.
149 8 Basinski, Michael. Idyll and "2 New Poems".
149 9 Bernstein, Charles.
149 10 Berry, Jake. Brambu Drezi Book Two - An excerpt for performance. Includes a photocopy of the work, 1997.
149 11 Bettis, Carl. The Slapdash Hackery Factory.
149 12 Burns, Avery E.D. Book reviews.
149 13 Callibas, Lizzie. Excerpt from Hyper-Realities. Includes photographs and correspondence.
149 14 Castro, Adrian. Typescript of Cantos to Blood & Honey (Coffee House Press).
149 15 Chalupecky, Jindrich. Essays on Marcel Duchamp.
149 16 Choloniewski, Marek. Includes curriculum vitae and correspondence.
149 17 Clifford, James. Copy of introduction to Writing Culture: The Poetics & Politics of Ethnography.
149 18 Cody, Jim. Prayer to Fish, Han Shan, Banks and Nursing School, Wood Ibis and Shamanism.
149 19 Cohen, George. Typescript of "American Jews and their Journey to the East".
149 20 Cohen, Ira. On Duke Ellington Blvd., End of A Line - Includes a flyer of his work and an untitled piece.
149 21 Cristian, Flavian. Typescript of various poems.
149 22 Crystal, David. "Death Sentence", 1999.
Davidson, Michael.
149 23 Arcades - Copy of typescript, 1998.
149 24-25 Ghostlier Demarcations: Modern Poetry and the Material World - Typescript manuscript with notes, 1997.
150 1 The Poets of San Diego - Article published in the Reader entitled, "The 'New' Poets: Who are They, What are They Saying?" (1980). Includes interview on Archive for New Poetry published in the San Diego Union Tribune, 1975 - 1980.
150 2 Daniels, Christopher. Typescripts of miscellaneous poems.
150 3 de Chazal, Malcolm. Typescript of Sens Magigue.
150 4 Diamond, M.J. "Mutations".
150 5 di Manno, Yves. Un Oracle Pour Delphes - Translation of Rothenberg's text.
150 6 di Suvero, Victor. Harvest Time: Selected Poems 1988-2000 - Working draft.
150 7 Donnelly-Smith, Gerard. The American Corpse.
150 8 Drucker, Johanna. Includes curriculum vitae and typescript excerpt of "From Sign to Symbol: The Alphabet in History and Imagination".
150 9 Duhamel, Denise. Typescripts of miscellaneous poems.
150 10 Duncan/Levertov correspondence. Copies of various sections with commentary by an unidentified writer.
150 11 Effingham, Steve Hernandez. Silent Rivers.
150 12 Einzig, Barbara. Translation of various Chukchee poems and stories.
150 13 Farina, Raymond, 1985 - 1987.
150 14 Faye, Jean-Pierre. The Book of Lioube, 1993.
150 15 Fraser, Kathleen. Etruscan Dreams - Copy of chapbook, biography, poems, correspondence, and a translation of an essay by Adonis.
150 16 Friedman, Liz. The Line Chronicles - Includes copies of various other poems.
Gach, Gary. What Book? Mindful Poems from Beat to Hiphop.
150 17 Draft, includes introduction.
150 18 Typescript.
151 1 Typescript, cont.
151 2 Early draft.
151 3 Page proof.
151 4 Garber, Frederick. Copy of "Presence and its Discontents: Carolee Schneeman and Steve McCaffery, sitting jouissance".
151 5 Gelman, Juan. Carta A Mi Madre - Copy of chapbook, typescript of translation by Joan Lindgren, and correspondence with Lindgren, 1989.
151 6 Gingerich, Willard. "Drum of Poetry, Drum of War" - Also includes "Three Nahnatl Hymns on the Mother Archetype," "Tlamachilliztlatolcacanilli, "Quetzalcoatl and the Agon of Time," and various other poems, 1991.
151 7 Gins, Madeline and Arakawa. Typescript of essay entitled "Architecture Contra Morality," "Notes on Reversible Destiny," and copies of the Gins/Arakawa exhibition by Arthur C. Danto and Samira Kawash.
151 8 Giordano, Fedora. "Translating the Sacred: The Poet and the Shaman".
151 9 Glazier, Loss Pequeno. "Jumping to Occlusions", 1996.
151 10 Gleason, Judith. Copy of "My Year Reached, We Heard Ourselves Singing: Dawn Songs of the Girls" who performed Iria in Ogbogbo, Okrika, Rivers State, Nigeria, January, 1990.
151 11 Gold, Alison Leslie. Includes correspondence and curriculum vitae.
151 12 Goldovskaya, Marina. "A Woman with a Camera".
151 13 Greenspan, David. "Regrets in Intuition", 1990.
151 14 Hickman, Leland. Lee Sr Falls to the Floor - Manuscript copy and correspondence with Mary Nakell, 1991.
151 15 Harrison, Robert. Correspondence associated with untitled manuscript.
152 1 Heyl, Stephanie. "Walking Talks and War Ways: A Three-Part Performance" - Typescript and notes.
152 2 Heller, Michael. Living Poet - Typescript and correspondence.
152 3 Ito, Hiromi. Correspondence and copies of various poems.
152 4 Jaron, Andrew. Typescripts of "Sideway in Time: Notes Toward a Nonlinear Antimillennium," and The Removes (collection of poems).
152 5 Kasper, Michael. Typescripts of translations of Andrezeg Bursa and Julian Kornhauser, collaborations with Piotr Sommer and correspondence.
Killian, Kevin.
152 6 Open letter to the editors of Apex of the M. Includes photocopy of Mirage #4, correspondence, and a copy of a poem by Jack Spicer, 1995.
152 7 With Dodie Bellamy. Mirage #4/Perod(ical) #84 - Typescript, 1999.
152 8 King, Chris. Poems.
152 9 Kirby, Vicki Christine. Includes curriculum vitae and correspondence.
152 10 Knizak, Milan. Includes curriculum vitae and 1990 program and information guide for the Academy of Fine Arts, Prague.
152 11 Knoepfle, John. "A Green Snake Interview: 'In the Picture'," "Leland Hotel a Collage," and "A Green Snake Interview: 'The Prarie Poets'" - Typescripts.
152 12 Kodolanyi, Gyula. Typescripts of various translated Rothenberg poems, copy of various poems, and signed copy of essay entitled, "Ideas of the New in Modern Poetry".
152 13 Krupat, Arnold. "A Nice Jewish Boy Among the Indians".
152 14 Kuan, Kuan. Various translated pieces.
152 15 Lavazzi, Tom. "Ethnopoetic Approaches to American Indian Literature: An Annotated Bibliography" - Includes typescript and correspondence.
Lazer, Hank.
152 16 As it is - Chapbook, correspondence, photocopies of reviews and typescript of essays entitled, "Kudzu Textuality," "Globalization of the Local," and typescript of A Matter of.
152 17 H's Journal and Displayspace - Typescript and correspondence. Includes a typescript of essay entitled, "Character, Self, and Symbol: The Poetry of Bei Dao and Che Qianzl".
152 18-19 Lei-Lanilau, Carolyn. Maloko o ka Puluwai o Laka (Within Laka's Heart) - Typescript and correspondence.
Lenowitz, Harris.
153 1-2 Typescript of The Words of the Lord, by Jacob Frank, edited and translated by Lenowitz. Includes other miscellaneous sketches and typescripts.
153 3 [Uncertain attribution to Lenowitz].
153 4 Leonard, Tom. The Present Tense - Copy.
153 5 LeZotte, Ann. A Goop Voice - Copies of various poems and correspondence with comments by Rothenberg.
153 6 Light, Steve. Miscellaneous typescripts.
153 7 Lincoln, Kenneth. Caliban, Again.
153 8 Lowitz, Leza. Translations of Ayukawa Nobuo for Rothenberg.
153 9 Lowy, Stephen. Various translations.
Luria-Sukenick, Lynn.
153 10 "Do You Know the Facts of Life? (Quiz)" - Typescript. Includes "What is Lost, What is Missing, What is Gone: Scenes after the Earthquake," "The Man with the Blues Guitar: A Progression on Poetry and Music," and an article about Luria-Sukenick.
153 11 "Under Malathion" - Typescripts including "Still Life with Bath," "After the Rain only the Shadow Knows," and "Falling".
153 12 Maass, Arlene. That's Life - Includes correspondence, key ring/pouch, and a small Bible.
153 13 Mahler, Scott. Typescripts of various poems.
153 14 Malina, Judith. Gluesniffers Saturday Night: an exile production - Typescript, 1956.
153 15 Manson, Peter, ed. Object Permanence - Copy of Issue 1, 1994.
153 16 Martin, Dick. Negation of Beautiful Words.
154 1 McCarty, Todd. What Prazska Skola Poetiky Is? An Interview with Jenny Smith.
154 2 McClellan, Bruce. Anatolii Kruchenykh's From the Sahara to America - Typescript of translation.
154 3 McCullough, Ken. Sycamore-Oriole - Manuscript and correspondence, 1991.
154 4-5 McLean, W. Scott. Heart Work - Manuscript copy & draft.
154 6 Moked, Gabriel. "An Informal Conversation with George Steiner" - Photocopy.
154 7 Nicolay, Scott. "The Arrows".
154 8 Nuss-Galles, Sara. "M is for M-E-N-O-P-A-U-S-E" - Typescript, 1994.
154 9 Oandasan, William. "Surrealism and Primalism: A Comparative Analysis and Interpolation of the Psycho-Esthetic".
154 10 Olson, Toby. Human Nature - Typescript and a letter from Peter Glassgold, 2000.
154 11 Oravecz, Imre. Eight Poems - Typescript.
154 12 Ostergren, Jan. Various poems in translation.
154 13 O'Sullivan, Maggie. Reviews of O'Sullivan's work, a typescript copy of Riverrunning, a biography, and correspondence.
154 14 Owens, Derek. "Kultura Littersea and Tropoi" - Typescripts of some selections.
154 15 Perednik, Jorge Santiago. "Variations on the Name of a Magazine" - Typescript.
154 16 Perloff, Marjorie. Correspondence, notes, and typescript translations of works from The Futurist Moment: Avant-Garde, Avant Guerre, and the Language of Rupture, 1987.
154 17 Peters, Mark. Typescripts of poems.
154 18 Plount, Michael. A Journal from Yesterday... - Typescript sent by Plount's professor David Matlin along with correspondence by Matlin.
154 19 Prejsnar, Mark. Projia poetry matrix - Typescript of various poems, 1997.
154 20 "Five Poems by Che Qianzi" - Translations by Zhe Zhen with Hank Lazer for Rothenberg.
155 1 Rahmani, Aviva. Grief and Happiness: Journaling Through Abuse and Loss, 1989.
155 2 Ramsey, Jarold. Coyote Goes Upriver: A Cycle of Story Theatre and Mime from Georgia Review, Fall 1981 - Signed typescript copy.
155 3-5 Rasula, Jed and Steve McCaffery's "Imagining Language".
155 6 Reed, Martha. Draft of chapbook.
155 7 Reichmann, Sebastian. Correspondence and typescript draft of 1997 interview with Rothenberg. Also includes typescript draft of various poems from Captive Audience: Selected Poems 1965-1995.
155 8 Roloff, Michael. Copy of translation of Handke's "About the Villages," typescript of "It Won't Grow Back," and a resume.
155 9 Rothenberg, Matthew. Copies of miscellaneous poems, an interview with Allen Cohen (2/3/90), and a picture for Jerome Rothenberg, 1990.
155 10 Rothenberg, Michael. "Greek Fables and Ferret Tales" - Typescript. Includes typescript of I Murdered Elvis: The Nashville Journals with an introduction by David Meltzer and correspondence.
155 11 Rubenstein, Carol. Various poems.
156 1 Rude Look (Monte, Axel; Stemmer, Thomas), 1994.
156 2 Sackheim, Eric. Transcription of Ol' Hannah.
156 3 Schiffer, Reinold.
156 4 Schultz, Susan. The Lost Country.
156 5 Selland, Eric. The Condition of Music.
156 6 Smarandache, Florentine. Nonpoems - Copy and a resume.
156 7 Snyder, Gary. "Talk: Entering the Fiftieth Millennium".
156 8 Soupault, Philippe. Poetes d'aujourd'hui - Typescripts.
156 9 Stembera, Peter. Transcript of essay on Mloch, postcards of various works, drawings of design, and a newspaper clipping flyer.
156 10 Suliman, Sherzad Hassan. New Answers for Old Questions - Typescript draft with notes on a talk.
156 11 Tipping, Richard. Multiple Pleasures: Multiples and (Sub)versions.
Waldrop, Keith.
156 12 Pierre Reverdy's Prose Poems - Typescripts, 1915.
156 13 Translations - Includes translations of Nathalie Sarrante, Andre Pieyre de Mandiargue, Jaques Reda, and Claude Royet-Journound, Poul Keineg's Boudica, Dominique Fourcade's Click-Rose, Jean Follain's Usage du Temps, and Jean Grosjean's Elegies.
156 14 Translations - Typescripts of translations of Pierre Jean Jouve, Stephen Jourdain, Isabelle Baladi, Emmanuel Hocquard, Georg Heym, Malcolm de Chazal, Anne-Marie Albiach, Henri Michaux, Pablo Neruda, Federico Garcia Lorca, Michael Leiris, Victor Segalen, Robert Desnos, Antonin Artaud, ELT Mesens, Andre Breton, and others.
Waldrop, Rosmarie. Translations.
156 15 Typescript translations of Hans Arp.
156 16 Typescripts of Roger Grioux's "This," Jacqueline Risset's "Seven Passages from a Woman's Life," Joseph Guglielmi's "Dawn," Arnfried Astel's "Notstand," Heiner Bastian's "Beobachtunge Im Luftmeer," and Konrad Bayer's "The Philosopher's Stone".
156 17 Typescripts of Wolfgang Bauer's "Mi Crodramas, Petra von Morstein," Friederike Roth's "Schieres Flauk," Friederike Mayrocker's "Franz Schubert," Franz Mon's "Artikulationen," Gunter Grass, Karl Krolow, and Else Lasker-Schuler's Hebrew Ballads.
156 18 Waterhouse, Peter. Translation of Paul Celan poem.
157 1 Weiss, Mark. "Zefiro Torna".
157 2 Welsh, Harlen. "Nurse's Hipflask" - Typescript.
157 3 Wojnarowicz, David. "Fever: The Art of David Wojnarowicz".
157 4 Yasusada, Araki. Translations - Typescripts of translated poems by Tosa Motokiyw, Ojiu Norinaga, Okura Kyo, and correspondence with Keut Johnson.
Yip, Wai-lim.
157 5 Inter-Crossing: Six Poets from Taiwan - Translation typescript.
157 6-7 Lyrics from Shelters: Modern Chinese Poetry, 1930-1950 - Translation typescript.
157 8 Young, Karl. Notation and the Art of Reading - Typescript. Includes pieces of untitled work.
Zivancevic, Nina.
157 9 Collection of Poems.
157 10 "Death of New York City and Other Songs".
157 11 Writings of Others - Miscellaneous.
157 12 Unidentified, [Carla?]. "Distribution of: Descriptions of an Imaginary Universe" - Typescript.
157 13 Unidentified author.

TEACHING MATERIALS

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158 1 Ethnopoetics. U. of Wisconsin (Spring 1976), SDSU (Fall 1976), USC (Spring 1983).
158 2 ENGL 720/ AMST 580 - America a Prophesy.
158 3 VIS 128 - Ethnopoetics: Ancient and Traditional Performance (Spring 1979).
158 4 LTEN 158B: American Poetry Since the Second World War (Winter 1980).
158 5 LTCO 277G: Dada and Surrealism (Winter 1980).
158 6 VIS 129: Ancient American Performance Art (Spring 1981).
158 7 ENGL 391: Modernism: "Postmodernist" Poetry (Spring 1983).
158 8 VIS 116: Art and Communication (Winter 1984).
158 9 VIS 116: Art and Communication (Spring 1984).
158 10 ENGL 4203: Poetry and Culture (Winter 1985). University of Oklahoma at Norman.
158 12 LTNR 158: Verbal Performance (Spring 1987). SUNY- Binghamton.
158 13 ENGL 334: Twentieth-Century Poetry Movements (Spring 1987). SUNY-Binghamton..
158 14 CW 380A: Ethnopoetics: American Indian Poetry and Performance (Fall 1987). SUNY-Binghamton..
158 15 ENGL 564C: Postmodern American Poetics and Ethnopoetics (Fall 1987). SUNY-Binghamton.
159 1 CW 137: Intermediate Poetry (Spring 1988) SUNY-Binghamton.
159 2 CW 280: Intermediate Poetry (Spring 1988) SUNY-Binghamton.
159 3 CW 380: The Long Poem/The Investigative Poem (Spring 1988). SUNY-Binghamton..
159 4 ISP-L Colloquium 102B: Revisioning the Past and Present (Fall 1988). SUNY-Binghamton..
159 5 ENGL 112W: The Word in Time: Poetry and History (Fall 1988). SUNY-Binghamton.
159 6 VIS 125E: A History of Performance (Fall 1989).
159 7 LTTH 230B: Comparitive Lit Theory/Ethnopoetics (Fall 1989).
159 8 VIS 169: Art in Motion (Winter).
159 9 Lit 252: Modernism: Postmodernist Poetry (Fall 1989).
159 10 LTWR 103: Advanced Poetry Workshop (Winter 1989).
159 11 VIS 108: Visual Performance (Winter 1989).
159 12 VIS 128D: 20th-Century Avant-Garde: Expressionism, Futurism, Dada, and Surrealism (Spring 1989).
160 1 Literature 180: American Indian Poetry and Ritual, (Spring 1989).
160 2 VIS 105B: Audience-Oriented Performance (Winter 1990).
160 3 LTWR 115/ MUS 121: Experimental Poetry/Words and Music (Winter 1990).
160 4 LTWR 115/ MUS 121: Experimental Writing/Text and Sound (Fall 1991).
160 5 VIS 237: Writings By Artists, Spring 1991.
160 6 VIS 130/ LTWR 184: American Indian Ritual: Poetry and Performance (Fall 1992).
160 7 VIS 237/ LTWR 180: Grad Studies in Art/Senior Writing Workshop (Spring 1992).
160 8 LTWR 115: Experimental Poetry (Winter 1993).
160 9 VIS 108/LTWR 102: Textual Art/Visual Poetry (Spring 1993).
160 10 LTWR 115/MUS 121: Experimental Writing/Text and Sound (Spring 1994).
160 11 VIS 128D/LTGN 185: Early 20th-Century Avant-Garde (Spring 1994).
160 12 VIS 108/LTWR 102: TextArt/Visual Poetry (Winter 1994).
160 13 VIS 108/MUS 121: Verbal Performance/Text and Sound (Spring 1995).
161 1 LTWR 8B: The Craft of Poetry (Winter 1995).
161 2 VIS 125E/LTGN 160: A History of Performance (Spring 1995).
161 3 LTWR 119: Writing for Performance (Winter 1996).
161 4 LTGN 163A: Modern and Postmodern Poetry [I] (Winter 1996).
161 5 LIT 168/VIS 128D: American Indian Ritual and Performance (Spring 1996).
161 6 VIS 108: Visual Performance (Spring 1996).
161 7 VIS 2: Introduction to Art-Making (Winter 1997).
161 8 LTWR 135: The Art of the Manifesto (Spring 1997).
161 9 VIS 2: Introduction to Art Making (Winter 1998).
161 10 LTWR 119: Text Sound/Words and Music (Winter 1998).
161 11 VIS 110: Artist's Books and Text Art (Spring 1998).
161 12 VIS 128CN: Early 20th-Century Avant-Garde (Spring 1998).
162 1 Poetry and Performance. SUNY, 1999.
162 2 Poetry Workshop: Translation - Material from various courses.
162 3 Advanced Poetry Workshop materials.
162 4 The Word in Time: Readings in Poetry and History.

Course Readers

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162 5 Course readers' table of contents.
162 6-7 Ancient American Performance Art.
162 8 192C Seminar - History of Performance: Handout 1/ Syllabus, Spring 1995.
162 9 The Craft of Poetry: A Reader - Volume One - Structures of Poetry: Inherited Forms, Winter 1995.
162 10 The Craft of Poetry: Volume Two - Structure of Poetry: Open Forms, Winter 1995.
163 1-2 The Early 20th-Century Avant-Garde: Expressionism, Futurism, DADA, & Surrealism (Volumes 1 & 2), Spring 1994.
163 3-4 Art & Communication: The Alternative Traditions (Volumes 1 & 2).
163 5 CW 380 - Advanced Poetry Workshop - Spring 1988.
163 6 ENGL 112W - The Word In Time - Fall 1988.
163 7 ENGL 334 - Twentieth-Century Poetry Movements - Spring 1987.
164 1 ENGL 564C - Post Modern American Poetics and Ethnopoetics - Fall 1987.
164 2 Literature Department undergraduate course descriptions, Spring 1989.
164 3 Literature 180 - American Indian Poetry & Ritual (Packet I) - Spring 1989.
164 4 Literature 180 - Ethnopoetics (American Indian Poetry & Ritual) - Spring 1989.
164 5 Lit/General 160 and VIS 125E: A History of Performance.
164 6 Lit/General 160 and VIS 125E: An Anthology of Performance Art - Volume Two: From Fluxus to Millennium.
Spring 1995.
164 7 Lit/General 163A - Modern & Post-Modern Poetry: The Early 20th-Century Avant-Garde, Winter 1996.
164 8 Lit/Gen 168 and Vis 125E: An Anthology of Performance Art: From Origins to Surrealism (Volume One).
Spring 1995.
164 9 Literature/General 184 and Visual Arts 130: American Indian Ritual: Poetry and Performance.
Fall 1992.
164 10 Lit/General 188 and Visual Arts 128D: American Indian Ritual and Performance, Spring 1996.
165 1 Lit/Writing 8B - The Craft of Poetry, Winter 1993.
165 2 LTWR 103: Advanced Poetry, Winter 1989.
165 3 Lit/Writing 102 and VIS 108 - Text Art/Visual Poetry: Seminar & Workshop, Spring 1993.
165 4 Lit/Writing 119 - Writing for Performance : Textsound: Verbal Performance Art.
Spring 1997.
165 5 Lit/Writing 135 - The Art of the Manifesto, Spring 1997.
165 6 Modernism: "Post" - Modern Poetry.
166 1 Poetry & Culture: Supplementary Readings.
166 2 Poetry & Performance (I): Art in Motion, 1985.
166 3-4 Visual Arts 2 - Introduction to Art Making, 1997-1998.
166 5 Visual Arts 104B - A Gathering of Directives & Permissions, Winter 1990.
166 6 Visual Arts 108 - Text Art: Advanced Projects in Art, Spring 1996.
167 1 Visual Arts 110 - Artists' Books & Text Art, Spring 1998.
167 2 Visual Arts 128CN - The Early 20th-Century Avant-Garde: Cubism, Expressionism, Futurism, DADA, & Surrealism.
Spring 1998.
167 3 Visual Arts 128D - Topics in Modern Art (Course Readings I), Spring 1989.
167 4 Visual Arts 128D - Topics in Modern Art (Course Readings II), Spring 1989.
167 5 VIS 237 - Between Poetry & Art: A Working Anthology of Writings by Artists, Spring 1991.
167 6-7 VIS 237 - Graduate Studies in Art (I & II), Spring 1991.
167 8 VIS 237 - Insert for RC02, Spring 1991.
167 9 VIS 237 - Graduate Studies in Art (III), Spring 1991.

WRITINGS ON ROTHENBERG

Criticism

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168 1 Press kit for Bertram Turetzky.
168 2 Castro, Michael. "Jerome Rothenberg: New Forms From Old" - Chapter from Interesting the Indian: Twentieth Century Poets and the Native Americans.
168 3 Christensen, Paul. "The Other Rothenberg" - Typescript copy of talk presented at MLA.
168 4 Clifford, James. "Loose Ends for Jerome Rothenberg".
168 5 Darras, Jacques. "Le Grande Poeme Americain", 1982.
168 6 Featherston, Dan. "Poetic Representation: Reznikoff's Holocaust and Rothenberg's Khurbn", 1997 - 1998.
168 7 Garber, Frederick. "Histories, Centers, Immediacies: The Poetics of Jerome Rothenberg" - Typescript of chapter draft.
168 8 Gitenstein, Barbara. Copy of essay on Rothenberg presented at the American Literature Association.
168 9 Kostelanetz, Richard. "Jerome Rothenberg".
168 10 Lazer, Hank. "Thinking Made in the Mouth: The Cultural Poetics of David Antin and Jerome Rothenberg" - Also includes "Poetry Readings and the Contemporary Canon" and "The Politics of Form and Poetry's Other Subjects: Reading Contemporary American Poetry".
168 11 Leonard, Tom. "Rothenberg, Chinweizu, and Duns Scotus" - Typescript.
168 12 Maud, Ralph. "Ethnopoetics: An Assessment" - Copy of paper presented at the Twelfth Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for American Studies, October 1976, 1976.
168 13 McCorkle, James. "Contemporary Poetics and History: Pinsky, Klepfisz, and Rothenberg", 1992.
168 14 Mottram, Eric. "Where the Real Song Begins: The Poetry of Jerome Rothenberg", 1975.
168 15 Mullen, William. "The Sin Against Homer: Roman & American Conquest" - Copy of typescript of essay on Shaking the Pumpkin.
168 16 Pacernick, Gary. Memory and Fire: Ten American Jewish Poets - Typescript of introduction and conclusion of a critical work on Poland/1931, 1989.
168 17 Perloff, Marjorie. Soundings: Zaum, Seriality, and the Recovery of the "Sacred", 1986.
168 18-20 Polkinhorn, Harry. Jerome Rothenberg: A Descriptive Bibliography - Typescript draft, 1988.
168 21 Rasula, Jed. "On Rothenberg's Revised Technicians of the Sacred".
169 1 Schiffer, Reinhold. "From the Sixties into the Seventies: Themes and Modes in American Poetry", 1981.
169 2 Schwerner, Armand. Soundings on Oral Traditions and Performance - Introduction to performance at Poets House, March 1992.
169 3 Slawek, Tadeusz. "Poland: Jerome Rothenberg's Reading of Emptiness" - Typescript of paper read in Katowice in 1989.
169 4 Spar No 5: Rothenberg Responses (February 1982) - Issue of magazine devoted to responses to Rothenberg's visit to Seattle; Spar No 6 (March 1982).
169 5 Vangelisti, Paul. Where the deer and the antelope play: Avantgarde magazines in the U.S..
169 6 Wakoski, Diane. "Jerome Rothenberg's Deep Image" - Typescript of essay on Rothenberg.
169 7 Unidentified. "Jerome Rothenberg: A Poetics of Diversity" - Typescript of talk presented at Dec. 1990 MLA.
169 8 Unidentified. Analysis of Technicians of the Sacred - Typescript copy of essay.
169 9 Unidentified - Copy of account of 1979 indigenous ceremony in Mexico in which Rothenberg participated.

Interviews

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169 10 De L'Ethnopoesie Americaine Par David Antin et Jerome Rothenberg (1983) - Copy of interview by Jacques Darras published in Poesie.
169 11 Fragments Vers Une Ethnopoetique - Essay and interview with Yves de Manno, March 1999.
169 12 Flowers Normally Irregular: An Interview with Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris - Interview by Jack Foley, 1998.
169 13 Poetry @ The_Millennium: A Conversation with Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris - Interview by Chris Funkhouser, 1996.
169 14 Literacy and the Roots of Poetry: A Conversation with Jerome Rothenberg - Interview by Frederick Garber, 1987.
169 15 U Ogledalu Ritualnog: Klokotristicke Situakcije Tumaci Dzerom Rotenberg - Interview with Brana Dimitrijevic.
169 16 Interview with Manuel Brito for Spanish journal, 1988.
169 17 Interview with Rodrigo Garcia Lopes for Brazilian magazine Medusa.
169 18 Interview with Linda Montano.

READINGS, FESTIVALS, AND CONFERENCESREADINGS, FESTIVALS, AND CONFERENCES

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169 19 Towards a Transparent Language, Folger Shakespeare Library & University of Maryland, April-May 1981.
169 20 This World Poetry Festival, 1984.
169 21 Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana and other readings in Mexico City, December 1984.
169 22 American Studies Association Tenth Biennial Convention, October-November 1985.
169 23 Poetry International 1986 - Rotterdamse Kunststichting, 1986.
169 24 SUNY Writers Festival, April 1987.
170 1 24th Annual Eastern Comparative Literature Conference, May 1987.
170 2 The Black Mountain Poets: The Emergence of An American School of Poetics, Bard College, June 1987.
170 3 Readings, Festivals, and Conferences. New Music and the Literary Imagination, October 1987.
170 4 World Music Days - International Society for Contemporary Music, Frankfurt, October 1987.
170 5 Anderson Center Avant Garde Series, SUNY-Binghampton, 1987 - 1988.
170 6 Performing Language: A Conference and Festival, SUNY-Binghamton, April 1988.
170 7 Okolicznosci: Dwudziesty Szosty Ktodzki Wieczor Artystyczny, performance in Warsaw, May 1988.
170 8 Politics of Poetic Form: Poetry and Public Policy, Wolfson Center for National Affairs of the New School, September 1988.
170 9 China correspondence, 1988.
170 10 National Poetry Week Festival, National Poetry Association, Inc, 1988 - 1989.
170 11 National Conference of Literary Centers, Detroit Institute of Arts, August 1989.
170 12 32(degree) Festival Dei Due Mondi: Voci Nell'Acqua, Fonti Del Clitunno Associazione Culturale, Spoleto, Italy, 1989.
170 13 Talking Gourds: A Weekend of Poetry and Poetics, Telluride Institute, September 1989.
171 1 A Performance Poetry Festival - Proposal, 1989 - 1990.
171 2 Poetry & Exile: Opening Remarks for a Panel at the Tikkun Conference in Los Angeles, January 10, 1990.
171 3 World Poetry Festival, Harbourfront, Canada, April 1990.
171 4 Sound Art Festival: 2nd Acustica International, Whitney Museum of American Art NYC, April 1990.
171 5-6 Japan - Materials and correspondence regarding readings & performances sponsored by the U.S. Information Service - U.S. Embassy, September 1990.
171 7 Fu Jen University Second International Conference on Literature and Religion, September 28-October 1, 1990.
171 8 50th Anniversary of Federico Lorca's Poet in New York Conference, New York University, December 1990.
171 9 Modern Language Association, 1990.
171 10 VIII (degree) Recontres Internationales de Poesie Contermporaine de Tarrascon, Association Generale des Recontres Internationales en Provence de Poesie d'Ajourd 'hui, 1991.
171 11 The Disappearing Pheasant: Italian Poetry Symposium, New York University, October 1991.
172 1 American Literature Association 1992 Conference. Panel on W.C. Williams.
172 2 Milanopoesia International Festival, Commune di Milano Settore Cultura e Spettacolo, October 1992.
172 3 Translation As Cultural Transmission: Toward a Politics and Poetics of Translation, Bard College, NY, October 1992.
172 4 Artist on the Cutting Edge: Cross Fertilizations, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, February-March 1993.
172 5 Tucson Poetry Festival XI, March 1993.
172 6 Hej Tatta Gorem! Internationell Text-Ljud Festival, Fylkingen, Sweden, May 6-8, 1993.
172 7 Fall 1993 Festivals and Conferences in New York, Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, and the Netherlands.
172 8 Judisches in Kalifornien, Judische Gemeinde zu Berlin, November 1993.
172 9 Mapping the New Wilderness in Contemporary Poetry and Ethnopoetics - Nature and Culture Seminar Series, UC Davis, May 3, 1994.
172 10 Les Manifestations Autour De L'Oeuvre Litteraire de Schwitters, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, November 1994.
172 11 Poets/Writers Reading Series, East West Gallery and King's College, London, November 1994.
172 12 MLA, San Diego - Special Session: Charles Reznikoff and Jewish/American Identity, December 1994.
172 13 Rencontres: Logique & Poesie, Centre International de Poesie Marseille, October 1995.
172 14 Colloque International pour Paul Celan, Ecole Normal Superieure/Maison de Ecrivains, Paris, November 23-27, 1995.
172 15 Les Rencontres du Musee National der Arts d'Afrique et d'Oceanie, Paris, November 1995.
173 1 MLA, Chicago - Panel: The Anthology as an Instrument of Change: Poems for the Millennium as Global Assemblage of the Twentieth Century Avant-Garde, 1995.
173 2 American Poetry in the 1950s, National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine, Orono, June 1996.
173 3 Workshop on Experimental Writing, University of Hawaii, Manoa, September 2, 1996.
173 4 Japan - Includes correspondence regarding faculty seminar at Kumamoto University, Readings at Josai University and Mandala, October-November 1996.
173 5 An Evening with Kazutoki Umezu: Music & Poetry. El Campo Ruse, June 1997.
173 6 Poetics & Cultural Studies: The Eric Mottram Conference, University of London/Centre for English Studies, September 1997.
173 7 UCLA Center for Modern and Contemporary Studies and Humanitites Research Institute's Conference on Translation Studies and the University, February 2, 1999.
173 8 People's Poetry Gathering, April 1999.
173 9 Harvard University Department of Folklore and Mythology Symposium, Ethnopoetics: Prospects and Retrospects, April 28, 1999.
173 10 UCSD Arts and Humanities Conference, Tribal History & New Technology: Tools to Preserve Future Traditions, May 12, 1999.
173 11 Budapest, Hungary - Includes correspondence, copies of essays, and editorials by Eniko Bollobas, September 1999.
173 12 Centro di Ricerca per il Teatro Romapoesia, The New American Writing Series/Poesia del Mondo, October 1999.
173 13 Stadt Aachen Ludwig forum fur Internationale Kunst, October 1999.
173 14 Biennale Internationale Des Poetes en Val-de Marne, November 1999.
173 15 Dada, Juds, & Indianis, Riga, Latvia, May 5, 2000.
173 16 Earth 2000: La Tierra Ano 2000/ PEN-UNESCO International Symposium, January 19-21, 2000.
173 17 Poetry Reading, Vilnius, Lithuania, May 9, 2000.
173 18 Reading: LA County Museum of Art.
174 1 Poetry Flash Readings at Cody's, 1981 - 1994.
174 2 Polyphonix: Festival International de Poesie Directe, 1981 - 1986.
174 3 St. Marks Poetry Project Readings, 1982 - 1998.
174 4 Taos Poetry Circus, 1990 - 2000.
174 5 UCSD Readings.
174 6 New Writing Series.

Flyers and Announcements

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174 7 1960 - 1975.
175 1-7 1976 - 2001.
176 1 1994 - 2001, cont.

Correspondence

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176 2-4 1984 - 2000 & undated. Includes Rothenberg's summary list of performances (1981-1982).
176 5 Published interviews, 1979 - 1986.
176 6 Invitations to participate in readings, conferences, and festivals.

WRITING SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS

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176 7 Translation Theory from the Bible to Benjamin and Beyond: Translation in Humanities Instruction, Summer Institute for College and University Professors, June/July 1993.
176 8 Poets House Seminar: Poems for the Millennium: The Modern Experiment as a Global Poetics, October 1998.
176 9 University of Athens Faculty Seminars on Ethnopoetics, December 1992.
176 10 Technical University of Crete Art Department, three week seminar correspondence with Alex Kapsokavadis, April-May 1999.
176 11 Naropa Institute Department of Writing and Poetics Summer Writing Program, 1989 - 1999.
177 1 Schule fur Dichtung in Wien September-Akademie 99 - Course: Writing Through: The Practice of Othering, Vienna, September 13-26, 1999.
177 2 Poetry workshops: San Miguel MX (July 9-15) & Tijuana MX (November 13-15), 2000.

POETRY READING TOURS

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177 3 France, 1997.
177 4-5 Performances attended - New York City, 1998-1999.

AUDIOCASSETTE RECORDINGS

Rothenberg and Others Reading

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178 1 Poetics of Performance Lecture, American Theatre Association, Washington D.C., 1975.
178 2 San Diego Performance Festival - Incudes E. Antin, 1978.
178 3 Free Writing Workshop at St. Mark's, NYC, 1979.
178 4-5 Jerome Rothenberg/ Peter Bluecloud, Swarthmore College, PA, 1979.
178 6 Iowa Avant Garde Conference, 1981.
178 7 "Myths and Rituals #3" (Broadcast), Minneapolis, 1981.
178 8 Jerome Rothenberg / Martin Bidney, SWATS, 1981.
178 9 BJB and Jerome Rothenberg, UCSD, 1981.
178 10 Reading at Centre Pompidore, Paris, 1981.
178 11 Conversation with Adam Puslojic & Brana Dimitrievic on Kloctrism, Beograd, 1982.
178 12 Lecture: American Poetry Since 1945: An Insider's Overview, Innsbruck; Talk on Total Translation, 1982.
178 13 Lecture, Graz, Austria, 1982.
178 14 Conference on Improvisation and Oral Traditions, UCSD, 1983.
178 15 Jerome Rothenberg / Bert Turetzky at the Bookworks, Del Mar, California, 1983.
178 16 Poemas I, Caracas, 1984.
178 17 Poemas II, Caracas, 1984.
179 1 Naropa SWP, "Voice", Allen Ginsberg and Jerome Rothenberg, 1985.
179 2 Naropa Summer Series, 1985.
179 3 Woodland Pattern, 1986.
179 4 In Concert at the Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels, 1986.
179 5 In Concert at the Logos Foundation, 1986.
179 6 Binghamton with Pierre Joris, 1988.
179 7 Radio Times, 1988.
179 8 "Remidium," Sonsnowiec (Includes Jerome Rothenberg and Bert Turetzky, Todevisz Stawek and Bogdan Mizerski), 1988.
179 9 Naropa, Poets, 1990.
179 10 Poesie, Tarascon, 1991.
179 11 Poetry, Music, 1992.
179 12 Soundings on Oral Traditions, Poets House, 1992.
179 13 Reading at New College, San Francisco, 1995.
179 14 Sonata and More: In Memoriam Kurt Schwitters, 1996.
179 15 The 90th Anniversary of Chuya's Birthday in Yamaguchi, 1997.
179 16 Paris Elegias (Rough Mix), 1998.
179 17 Working on Night, Jerome Rothenberg and Bert Turetzky.
180 1 Japan Trip.
180 2 Jerome Rothenberg with Charlie Morrow.
180 3 Jerome Rothenberg and Charlie Morrow, "A Little Brigam Music, etc".
180 4 Jerome Rothenberg and Charles Morrow at the Bitter End.
180 5 Jerome Rothenberg/ C. Morrow, Satan in Gonay, Tell Love for Me, Dante, 66 Songs (1-8), Aboriginal Songs.
180 6 Jerome Rothenberg and C. Morrow, Song of Deborah.
180 7 New Letters in the Air, University of Missouri, K.C.
180 8 The Poetic Tradition "Ethnopoetics and Human Poetics".
180 9 Practicins, Schwitters, etc.
180 10 Public Radio Book Show.

Rothenberg Reading Titled Works

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180 11 6 Horse Songs for 4 Voices - New Wilderness, 1977.
180 12 Horse Song, 1976.
180 13 Vienna Blood, 1979.
180 14 Poetry Reading, Graz, 1982.
180 15 Rothenberg Horspiel Mix, 1983.
180 16 That Dada Strain, 1984.
180 17 15 Flower World Variations (Rothenberg/Turetzky), 1985.
181 1 Der Dad-Ton, UCSB, 1985.
181 2 Classic Read, Cody's: Berkeley, CA, 1985.
181 3 Dada Ton and Conversation with Jerome Rothenberg, 1986.
181 4 That Dada Strain, 1986.
181 5 Cultural Corner Show, Hudson, NY, 1987.
181 6 Acustica II: That Dada Strain, 1990.
181 7 Acustica II, 1990.
181 8 Oral Traditions: Soundings on Oral Traditions and Performance, 1992.
181 9 Poland/1931 and other poems, 1993.
181 10 Translations/Transgressions, 1993.
181 11 Poems Relating to Seneca Indians and Poetry Sounds Embedded Within.
181 12 Der Dada-Ton, WDR, 1998.
181 13-17 Poems for the Millennium: The Modern Experiment as a Global Poetics (Poets House).
182 1 Poems for the Millennium: The Modern Experiment as a Global Poetics (Poets House), cont.
182 2 Jerome Rothenberg Reading from 14 Stations.
182 3 Anthology Exhibit #1 (Better Quality).
182 4 Anthology Exhibit #2 (Better Quality).
182 5 Beaver's Horspiel, 1st Dub.
182 6 Dada Ton (German) preliminary compilation.
182 7 Dada Ton (Preliminary).
182 8 The Horse Songs of Frank Mitchell.
182 9 Hunger, War, Murder, Flower World.
182 10 Khurbn.
182 11 Khurbn, The Scream, Peroration.
182 12 My Yiddish Dada (Live).
182 13 New American Poetry Anthology, Paul Hoover (Good Quality).
182 14 Poland/1931 (In Yiddish/Kaddish).
182 15 Poland/1931 and That Dada Strain.
182 16 Poland/1931, performance tape (4 Cues).
182 17 Poland/1931, Sunchant, Violin concerto.
183 1 Poland/1931 with Bert Turetzky, studio tape.
183 2 Jerome Rothenberg and Bert Turetzky.
183 3 J. Rothenberg: Poland Poems, Horse Songs / G. Oppen: Being Numerous / Ted Berrigan.
183 4 Seneca: Secular Songs.

Interviews

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183 5 Interview for Belgrade Radio (Rhythm of Heart), Baja, California, 1982.
183 6 Jerome Rothenberg interview for KPFK, Los Angeles, California, 1983.
183 7 Rothenberg on WAMC, 1986.
183 8 Interview of Jerome Rothenberg by Manuel Brito for Reusta Canariade Estudios, 1988.
183 9 Jerome Rothenberg Interviewed for KPFA by Jack Foley, Oakland, CA, 1994.
183 10 KPBS interview, "These Days," San Diego.

By Others

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183 11 Theresa Allen - Reading at "Rumors," Ocean Beach, California, 1992.
183 12 Kumamoto Reading at Shinshuji Temple of Jodoshinshu (Paradise Sect), 1996.
183 13 Charlie Morrow - Birth of Wargod, Canticle for Brother Sun.
183 14 Morrow - May Day Shower; Matthew - Sound Head Show.

Accessions Processed in 2007

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

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184 1 Appointment calendar, annotated, 1994.
184 2 FB-474-04 Calendars, annotated, 1981 - 1992.
184 3 Certificates of Appreciation - Presented to Jerome and Diane Rothenberg for their participation and support of the Tribal History and New Technology Conference held at the Institute of the Americas, UCSD, 1999.
184 4 Honorary Doctor of Letters - State University of New York at Oneonta, 1997.
184 5 Notebook - Contains handwritten notations for telephone messages, addresses, shopping lists and other miscellaneous notations, ca. 1998-2001.
184 6 Notes and business cards - Includes Allen Ginsberg's printed business card.
184 7 Papers and book collection - Correspondence including an appraisal, handwritten lists of books, and correspondence with Mandeville Special Collections Library (UCSD) personnel, 1977 - 1987.
184 8 PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Award - Correspondence from judge Jack Foley who chose the book Poems for the Millennium: The University of California's Book of Modern and Postmodern Poetry, 1996.
184 9 Portrait - Photocopy of drawing annotated, "The UCSD Visual Arts Department, Jerome Rothenberg, Chair - Office Hours: by appointment only", ca. 1989.

CORRESPONDENCE

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184 10 Achter, Paula - Includes correspondence regarding her film, The Cure of Enki, 1993.
184 11 Alurista - Correspondence and a curriculum vitae from the Chicano poet and activist. Alurista is the pen name of Alberto Baltazar Urista Heredia, 1996.
184 12 Brownstein, Michael - Includes correspondence, curriculum vitae, and typescript of a poem entitled, "The Near Future", 1994.
184 13 Cohen, Becky, 2006 - 2007.
184 14-15 C-D - Miscellaneous.
184 16 F - Miscellaneous.
184 17-20 J-M - Miscellaneous.
184 21 Norman, Howard and Jane, 1992 - 2006.
184 22 O - Miscellaneous.
184 23 Unidentified.

WRITINGS BY ROTHENBERG

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184 24 "Belgrade Apocalypse," "Golem & Goddess," "Gematria Seven" - Printed poems which appeared in the Theatre Review, 1988.
184 25 "Blackburn, Paul - Comments" - Handwritten, partial comments draft, annotated, "for NYU event", 1986.
184 26 FB-474-05 Esther K. Comes to America (1974) - Galleys and mock-ups, 1973.
184 27 "For A Conference on Anthologies" - Typed notes for conference held at the University of California, San Diego, 1994.
184 28 " Gematria" event - Includes handwritten performance notes, photocopies of Hebrew writings and symbols, undated.
184 29 Jackson Mac Low's Representative Works: 1938-1985 - Handwritten and annotated typescript drafts of book review, 1986.
184 30 Living Theatre comments - Handwritten introduction of Judith Malina and Hanon Reznikov at a reception sponsored by the New York State Summer Writers Institute and others, 1987.
184 31 Miscellaneous materials - Miscellaneous handwritten comments on notecards, theatre programs, and essays, 2001 - 2006.
184 32 Miscellaneous writings on a pad - Part 1. Handwritten drafts of letters, lists, poems, plans and projects. Includes handwritten draft of work on Native American poetry with laid-in typescript pages, 1986.
185 1 Miscellaneous writings on a pad - Part 2. Handwritten drafts of letters to friends, replies to requests to reprint poems, translations of Hebrew and of American slang and cultural references for a translation into French of one of Rothenberg's poems, undated.
185 2 Miscellaneous writings on a yellow legal pad, undated.
185 3 Performance workshop - Handwritten outline of workshop with headings such as "I. Mystic Animals," "II. The 'Reading'," and "III. Video - Initiation", undated.
185 4 Pictures of the Crucifixion - Printed announcement by Granary Press of book by Rothenberg and David Rathman, 1995.
185 5 Poem grouping - Typescript of poems for an unidentified reading. Includes memorial poem entitled, "James Laughlin - 1914-1997", ca. 1997-1998.
185 6 "A Valentine, No, a Valedictory for Gertrude Stein" - Printed copy of poem from Poems for the Game of Silence, (1975), 1991.

RESEARCH MATERIALS

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185 7 America Prophecy (1974) - Miscellaneous photocopies of materials on e.e. cummings and an original copy of the 1927-1928 edition of the Coconino Chronicle, reprinted in August 1988, undated.
185 8 Miscellaneous materials - Includes photocopies of poems, anotes, newspaper clippings, photographs, and plans for possible readings.

ARTICLES, CRITICISM, AND REVIEWS

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185 9 Covi, Giovanna. Typescript draft of "Words of Poetry, Words of Theory: At Breakfast with Don Byrd, Robert Creeley, Douglas Gunn, Judith Johnson, Charles Stein and William Spanos", ca. 1987.
185 10 Gilam, Dr. Abraham. Photocopy of newspaper article entitled, "Myths Essential to Jewish Consciousness, Poet Says," dated March 27, in the St. Louis Jewish Light, regarding Rothenberg's upcoming visit at River Styx, the Duff's Poetry Series, 1985.
185 11 Harrison, Donald H. Newpaper article about Rothenberg entitled, "Hidden Codes in the Torah," published in the San Diego Jewish Press Heritage, October 7, 1994.
185 12 Joris, Pierre. Photocopy of typescript introductory remarks about Rothenberg entitled, "Presentation Notes - Jerome Rothenberg reading at SUNY Albany, September 22, 1993".
185 13 "Major Work and Themes." Typescript of an analysis of Rothenberg's work by an unidentified author with handwritten annotations by Rothenberg, 1998.
185 14 Menard, Pierre. Article mentioning Rothenberg entitled, "Trente Ans de Traduction Poetique en France: Un Bref Tour D' Horizon," that appeard in La Pensee, #297, 1994.
185 15 Muratori, Fred. Newspaper article entitled, "Remixing Lorca, Recounting the Word," from the American Book Review which reviewed Rothenberg's The Lorca Variations and Gematria, 1994 - 1995.
185 16 Portante, Jean. Newspaper article entitled, "Nomades," and a Corina Mersch interview entitled, "Une bibliotheque ideale des avant-gardes," with Pierre Joris, in Bucher Livres, July 17, 1998.
Reviews and articles.
185 17-22 1950 - 2000s.
186 1 Undated.
186 2 Tucker, Michael. "Dreaming with Open Eyes: The Shamanic Spirit in Twentieth Century Art and Culture." Includes photocopy of pages from a larger work that focuses on Rothenberg, 1992.

WRITINGS OF OTHERS

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186 3 Acker, Kathy. Typescript and website printouts of story ideas, in English and in French. Includes a memorial card after her death, 1968 - 1997.
186 4 Beach, Christopher. Page proofs of Artifice & Indeterminancy: An Anthology of New Poetics, edited by Christopher Beach, 1998.
186 5 Editions Ottezec. Catalog in French featuring Delights' Delices and Other Gematria by Rothenberg and Ian Tyson, 1999.
186 6 Miscellaneous Greek poem fragments - Typescripts of "Three Words from Thomas Bernhard," excerpts from Euripede's "Bacchae," and Aeschylus' "The Women of Perrhaebia," "Bassarids" and the "Edonians".
186 7 Schoning, Klaus. "WDR3 - Studio Akustische Kunst," translated by Judith Rosenthal. Includes a printed pamphlet with a history of the Acoustic Art Studio on German radio from 1963-1998 in which Rothenberg participated in its "Riverrun" production.
186 8 Schwerner, Armand. Photocopies of galley pages of Selected Shorter Poems, Schwerner's last book published shortly after his death, 1999.

TEACHING MATERIALS

State University of New York (SUNY), Binghamton

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186 9 Administrative materials, 1986 - 1988.
186 10-11 Creative writing program, 1982 - 1987.
186 12 FB-444-08 The Reader Series - Posters with the poets' photograph and an announcement of their reading. Includes Diane Wakoski, Jackson Mac Low, Judith Malina, Howard Norman and Jane Shore, 1987.

University of California, San Diego

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187 1-2 Administrative materials, 1988 - 1998.
187 3 Slide collection project - Correspondence regarding photographing artists' books in conjunction with the Visual Arts faculty, 1991 - 1992.

Miscellaneous

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187 4 Advanced Poetry Workshop, The Long Poem, Investigative Poetry - Includes photocopies of poems selected for use in the workshop.
187 5 DADA Anthology - Includes photocopies of articles and poems by Rothenberg and others possibly used as a master for a course reader and printed original art cover page.
187 6 Postmodern American Poetics and Ethnopoetics, additional readings - Course reader created by Rothenberg includes photocopied works of Gertrude Stein, Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, etc.
187 7 Writing Through the Practice of Othering - Course taught at the Naropa Institute School of Continuing Education, 1999.

READINGS, FESTIVALS, AND CONFERENCES

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187 8 Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference - Conference materials including program listing Rothenberg as a participant, 1999.
188 1 FB-444-08 Bread and Puppet Theatre - "Our Domestic Resurrection Circus" - Posters, 1995.
188 2 Bumbershoot - Seattle Arts Festival - Includes official program with Rothenberg appearance at this festival, September 1-4, 1989.
188 3 Festival of the Living Word: Voices of the African Diaspora and Indigenous America - Includes article in PSA News, Vol 43, the newsletter of the Poetry Society of America, documenting Rothenberg's participation, 1994.
188 4 International Arts Festival Celebrating Jewish Heritage - Includes program featuring photograph and announcement of Rothenberg's participation. Festival held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, February 19, 2000.
188 5 Khurbn/Hiroshima - Facsimile copy of preliminary discussions for a proposed collaboration between Peter Schumann and Charlie Morrow with Rothenberg reading poetry. Includes typescript of "Twentieth Century Limited," a poem by Rothenberg, 1995.
188 6 Los Angeles County Musuem of Art (LACMA) Institute for Art & Culture - Correspondence, newspaper advertisements, an article by Peter Frank from L.A. Weekly, and a LACMA mailer regarding Rothenberg's December 13 performance, "Writing Through Picasso", 1998.
188 7 Modern Language Association of America (MLA) - Correspondence regarding Rothenberg and others' participation in the MLA convention program on American Indian, Asian American, African American, Chicano and Puerto Rican Literature, 1988 - 1989.
188 8 FB-444-08 Poetry Project symposium - Poster, 1995.
Readings, announcements, flyers, and posters.
188 9 FB-474-06 1980-1986.
188 10 FB-474-07 1988-1990s.
188 11 FB-474-08 2000s-undated.
188 12 Retrospective on Kurt Schwitters - Exhibition materials documenting Rothenberg's participation in program held at the Centre Georges Pompidou National Gallery of Art, 1994.
188 13 Seminar fur Englische Philologie - Abteilung fur Amerikanistik - Flyers regarding Rothenberg's appearance, in German, 1998.
188 14 SUNY Albany - New York State Writers Institute, 1986.

POETRY READING TOURS

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188 15 South American Tour - Includes itineraries, travel documents, and photographs of Rothenberg and others, 2004.
188 16 Southern United States Tour - Contains itineraries and travel information for tour to Duke University, University of Georgia, University of Alabama, Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge) and the University of Louisville, 2005.
188 17 Chihuahua, Mexico Tour - Includes a schedule featuring Rothenberg's participation in a program entitled, "Dos Poetas esta dounidenses" with Margaret Randall and Jose Vincent Anaya, 2005.

AUDIO RECORDINGS

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189 1 "Horse Songs: 1, 10, 11." 7 1/2 ips stereo sound tape reel, undated.
189 2 "Horse Songs: 12, 13-4." 7 1/2 ips stereo sound tape reel, undated.
189 3 Mac Low, Jackson. 33 1/3 rpm Eva-Tone soundsheet record. Contains "From Stanzas for Iris Lezak" and Reverand W.T. Goodwin's " Easter Sunrise Sermon", 1971, John's Island, S.C., 1966.
189 4 Miscellaneous Hebrew titles. Annotated in pencil with Hebrew words and numbers, 7 inch tape reel, undated.
189 5 Schwitters, Kurt. Ursonate (1923-32) performed by Eberhard Blum, 7 1/2 ips stereo 1/2 track tape in BASF plastic cassette-type container, undated.
189 6 "10-11." Un-boxed reel-to-reel tape annotated on tape frame as "10-11." [Possibly an additional copy of "Horse Songs" ?], undated.


Finding aid generated: 2013-02-07