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Re: [InetBib] Hannah-Arendt-Nachlass...

Am 10 Mar 2006, um 14:44 hat Löw Luise von geschrieben:

Da hofft man mehr über den
Hannah-Arendt-Nachlass in der Library of Congress zu erfahren,
bezw. die Verfügbarkeit der Arbeit darüber - und dann dies!

Liebe Frau von Löw,

hier kommen weitere Infos zu diesem spannenden Thema aus der
LoC - und mein definitiver tipp bei flame mails: just ignore - auch
wenn dies nicht immer leicht ist - (ich weiss wovon ich rede...)


The papers of the author, educator, and political philosopher
Hannah Arendt (1906-1975) are one of the principal sources for the
study of modern intellectual life. Located in the Manuscript Division
at the Library of Congress, they constitute a large and diverse
collection reflecting a complex career. With over 25,000 items
(about 75,000 digital images), the papers contain correspondence,
articles, lectures, speeches, book manuscripts, transcripts of Adolf
Eichmann's trial proceedings, notes, and printed matter pertaining
to Arendt's writings and academic career. The entire collection has
been digitized and is available to researchers in reading rooms at
the Library of Congress, the New School University in New York
City, and the Hannah Arendt Center at the University of Oldenburg,
Germany. Parts of the collection and the finding aid are available
for public access on the Internet.

The digitization of the Hannah Arendt Papers is made possible
through the generous support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
The mission of the Library of Congress is to make its resources
available and useful to Congress and the American people and to
sustain and preserve a universal collection of knowledge and
creativity for future generations. The goal of the Library's National
Digital Library Program is to offer broad public access to a wide
range of historical and cultural documents as a contribution to
education and lifelong learning.



...und spannend wäre ja auch, ob die Diplomarbeit mit der dieser
Thread begann, dort zu finden sein würde. we will see. be sure :)

Karl Dietz . info re:search
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