Writing in the Academic Disciplines: A Curricular History

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NOTES
Abbreviations
On the left are the code letters used to cite each manuscript collection in the notes.
CC Columbiana Collection. Columbia University. Faculty papers and memorabilia.
CCA Central College Archives, Pella, Iowa. Papers of the Communication Skills Program.
CUA Columbia University Archives. Committee records, faculty papers, and correspondence.
FWP Colgate University Archives. Papers of the Functional Writing Program.
HUA Harvard University Archives. The Curriculum Collection is perhaps the largest and most complete collection of course materials and student papers in the United States. A fifty-year limit makes materials unavailable from the Redbook reforms of the 1940s to the present.
ISU Iowa State University Archives. Student dissertations, commencement orations, and senior theses. Faculty papers and curriculum materials.
KU Kansas University Archives. Papers of Oread and Orophilian societies; faculty papers and minutes; student papers of alumni.
MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology Archives. Curriculum materials. Papers and correspondence of faculty.
MU University of Missouri Archives. Papers of Athenaeum and Union literary societies; faculty papers and minutes; student papers of alumni.
OSU Ohio State University Archives. Papers and correspondence of faculty. Departmental records.
PIC University of California at Berkeley, English Department Records. Papers of the Prose Improvement Committee (courtesy of Ralph W. Rader).
UCA University of Chicago Archives. Papers and curriculum materials from the University College. Papers and correspondence of faculty.

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