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Erasmus Institute Records

1997-2006.

Origination : University of Notre Dame. Erasmus Institute.
Extent : 10 boxes of paper records; 1 box of audio-visual material; 1 box of photographs; digital data; 1 object.
Repository : University of Notre Dame Archives
Address : Notre Dame, Indiana 46556
English.

Administrative Information

Source

University of Notre Dame. Erasmus Institute.

Restricted by policy.

Preferred Citation

Erasmus Institute Records (ERI), University of Notre Dame Archives (UNDA), Notre Dame, IN 46556

Scope and Content

Records of the Erasmus Institute (1997-2006); consisting of Budget Records; Pew Proposal and Award; Pew Financial Records and Reports; files regarding Occasional Papers, Working Groups, Notre Dame's Erasmus Lecture Series, Conferences and Lectures, Erasmus Book Prize, Seminar Papers, Evaluations by Fellows, Miscellaneous Subjects, and Summer Seminars; and a list of Institute and Fellows' publications, 1998-2006. Also Residential Fellows files, 1998-2007; Short Term Visitors files, late 1990s-2000s, A-Z; Undergraduate Summer Seminar Student Files, 2006; and Erasmus Institute Fellows' Publications File, Book Publications files Foundations and Donors files, Publicity files, and miscellaneous files, late 1990s-2000s; photographs and digital images of individuals and groups, late 1990s-2000s; 3 audio cassette tapes and 67 DVDs (including many duplicates) of various 2002-2005 Erasmus Institute lectures, panel discussions, etc., and a graduate studies at Notre Dame promo; 29 3.5" diskettes and 9 CDs of computer files; and the "E" crimp die used on Erasmus Institute publications and stationary.

Background

The The Erasmus Institute was an international center at Notre Dame that helped scholars who were cultivating Catholic intellectual and cultural traditions, as well as those who would become such scholars. It offered fellowships, seminars, lectures, and conferences. The Institute invited participants without regard to their religious belief.

Index

University of Notre Dame. Erasmus Institute.


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