Center for Research on Conflict Resolution (University of Michigan) records: 1952-1972
Summary Information
Title: Center for Research on Conflict Resolution (University of Michigan) records
Creator: University of Michigan. Center for Research on Conflict Resolution.
Inclusive dates: 1952-1972
Extent: 13 linear feet
Location: Portions located in offsite storage; prior notification required for access.
Abstract:
An interdisciplinary institution at the University of Michigan that supported social science research in the field of conflict resolution or "peace research," the Center was founded in 1959 by scholars associated The Journal of Conflict Resolution. The Center closed in 1971. Records include administrative files, correspondence, research files, publications and publicity files.
Call number: 8773 Bimu C536 2
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2113
Phone: 734-764-3482
Fax: 734-936-1333
e-mail: bentley.ref@umich.edu
Home Page: http://www.bentley.umich.edu/
Finding aid created by Jack Simpson, July 1998

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Acquisition Information:

Transferred from the Center for Research on Conflict Resolution (Donor # 8706) in March, 1998. The records also include material received from John Stevens (Donor # 4666). Additional material was received in 2011.

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Preferred Citation:

[item], folder, box, Center for Research on Conflict Resolution (University of Michigan) records, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan


History

The Center for Research on Conflict Resolution was an interdisciplinary institution that supported social science research in the field of conflict resolution or "peace research." It was founded in 1959 and closed in 1971. The idea for such a center grew out of The Journal of Conflict Resolution, whose editorial offices resided at the University of Michigan. The Journal was founded in 1957. Its inaugural editorial argued for a new emphasis on social science research on conflict resolution. "(T)he most important practical problem facing the human race today," the editorial contended,"...is the prevention of global war." To make intellectual progress towards solving this problem, "the study of international relations must be made an interdisciplinary enterprise, drawing its discourse from all the social sciences...." In fulfillment of this proscription, the Journal's editorial board included scholars from many disciplines, most notably Robert Angell from sociology, Kenneth Boulding from economics, and Irwin Katz from psychology.

The year following the establishment of the Journal, these same scholars began discussing the establishment of an interdisciplinary center to pursue the same objective as the Journal. Interdisciplinary study was well regarded in this period, and the university had already established several interdisciplinary centers, such as the Center for Japanese Studies. After months of discussion and searching for funding, the University of Michigan Regents established the Center for Research on Conflict Resolution in June 1959. The establishment was partially funded by an anonymous donation of $65,000. The original faculty of the center included Angell, Boulding, Katz, and Robert Hefner from the psychology department. The Regents appointed William Barth, a professor of adult education who had served as an editor of the Journal, as executive secretary of the new center.

During the 1960s, the center supported research, published books, organized conferences, and convened symposia where researchers presented their findings and exchanged ideas. It also participated in several large research projects, including the university's Detroit Area Study and a collaborative project on race relations with Tuskegee University.

Despite these activities, the center's future was cloudy by the late 1960s. In a 1968 Michigan Daily article, student reporter Frank Browing enumerated the center's problems: it had difficulty raising funds, its administration was often half-hearted because its staff and faculty had commitments to departments, and its lack of strong ties to a powerful department left it with very little influence within the university. These problems culminated in July 1971, when the dean of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts recommended that the center be closed. The recommendation cited the departure or retirement of influential faculty, the center's inability to attract private donations, and university-wide budget cutbacks as reasons for closing the center. Robert Hefner, the director of the center, disputed these claims, and suggested that the center's political activism was the true reason for the center's closing. Hefner was most likely referring to the center's involvement with Students for a Democratic Society and the Black Action Movement in the late 1960s and 1970. Despite the protests of some faculty and students, the center was closed in August 1971.

Directors of the Center for Research on Conflict Resolution

1961-1966 Robert Cooley Angell (Co-Director)
1961-1966 Kenneth Boulding (Co-Director)
1966-1967 Charles A. McClelland
1968-1971 Robert A. Hefner

Collection Scope and Content Note

The records of the Center for Research on Conflict Resolution include correspondence, minutes, memoranda, reports, articles, papers, newspaper clippings, publications, and pamphlets. The records document the research activities of the center, and include material about international relations, peace research, conflict resolution, peace activism, and race relations.

The records are divided into 10 series: Administrative, Conferences, Correspondence, Courses, Historical, Organizations, Publications, Publicity, Research, and Topical.

Subject Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the finding aid database and catalog of The Bentley Historical Library/University of Michigan. Researchers desiring additional information about related topics should search the catalog using these headings.


  • Conflict management.
  • University of Michigan. Center for Research on Conflict Resolution.
  • Boulding, Kenneth E. (Kenneth Ewart), 1910-1993.
  • Singer, J. David (Joel David), 1925-2009.
Contents List
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Container / Location Title
 
Administrative [series]

The Administrative series consists of minutes, memoranda, correspondence and financial documents which relate to the administration of the center, and is arranged alphabetically by topic. The series includes the minutes and other papers of the center's executive committee.

Box   1  
Advisory Committee 1961
Box   1  
Associates of Center 1959
 
Executive Committee
 
General Material
Box   1  
1959
Box   1  
1959-1960
Box   1  
1961-1962
Box   1  
1967 (2 folders)
Box   1  
1968-1969
Box   1  
Elections and Notes 1970 (2 folders)
Box   1  
Notes and Minutes 1970-1972
Box   1  
Minutes 1959-1970 (7 folders)
Box   1  
Fellowships undated
 
Financial
 
Budget
Box   1  
1959-1964
Box   1  
1966-1967
Box   1  
1966-1971
 
Funding/ Fundraising
Box   1  
1958-1961
Box   1  
1960-1963
Box   1  
1963
Box   1  
1966-1970
Box   1  
1967
Box   1  
1967-1968
Box   1  
1970
Box   1  
1970-1971
 
Grants/ Funding Agencies
Box   1  
Rockefeller Foundation 1960
 
Carnegie Corporation
Box   1  
Grant to Kenneth Boulding 1962-1967
Box   1  
Report 1964
Box   1  
General 1967-1969
 
Ford Foundation
Box   1  
1963-1968
Box   1  
Annual Report 1967-1969
Box   1  
Fund for Education in World Order 1967-1970 (2 folders)
Box   1  
Fund for Peace 1969-1971
Box   1  
Rockefeller Foundation 1960
Box   1  
Stewart Mott Foundation 1969
Box   2  
Graduate Program 1966-1967
 
Individual Files
Box   2  
William Barth 1966-1971
Box   2  
Gaye Crouch 1970-1971
 
Robert Hefner
Box   2  
1959-1963
Box   2  
1959-1966
Box   2  
1963-1969
Box   2  
1967-1971
Box   2  
1968
Box   2  
1968-1969
Box   2  
Memoranda 1966
Box   2  
Minorities in Planning-Housing and Urban Development 1969
 
Conferences [series]

The Conferences series includes programs, papers, correspondence and memoranda relating to conferences that the CRCR held and also includes material from conferences that center faculty attended. The series is arranged chronologically by years.

Box   2  
Center for Research on Conflict Resolution Program Development Conference 1959 (2 folders)
 
Symposium on the Place of Theory in the Conduct and Study of International Relations
Box   2  
Correspondence 1959-1960
Box   2  
1960 (2 folders)
Box   2  
Zbignew Brezinski, "Communist Ideology and International Affairs," 1960
Box   2  
Miscellaneous Conferences 1960-1963
Box   2  
Proposed Conferences 1960-1962
Box   2  
Strategy for Peace Conferences 1960-1964 (4 folders)
Box   2  
Youth and Peaceful Co-Existence, Leningrad 1960
Box   3  
The Individual in Corporate Society 1961
Box   3  
Conference of Soviet and American Women 1961
Box   3  
UN Conference on Diplomatic Intercourse and Immunities 1961
Box   3  
Alternatives to the Weapons Race 1961-1962 (3 folders)
Box   3  
International Arms Control Symposium 1962-1964 (5 folders)
Box   3  
Conference on Conflict Management in Organizations 1962
Box   3  
First Intercollegiate Conference on Disarmament and Arms Control 1962
Box   3  
Foreign Policy Briefing Conference 1962
Box   3  
Peace Research Institute on Civil Defense 1962
Box   3  
Voluntary Organizations and a World Without War Conference 1963-1964 (2 folders)
Box   3  
Workshop Conference; Teaching About Peace and War 1964
Box   3  
Alternative Perspectives on Vietnam 1965
Box   3  
White House Conference on International Cooperation 1965
Box   3  
International Conference on Social-Psychological Research in Developing Countries; Nigeria 1966-1967 (2 folders)
Box   3  
Seventh North American Peace Research Conference 1969 (2 folders)
Box   3  
Advanced Research Projects Agency 1970
 
Correspondence [series]

The Correspondence series consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence of the center's faculty and administrative staff. The series is subdivided into four subseries: Pre-1961 Correspondence, 1961-1965 Correspondence, Individual Correspondence, and General and Miscellaneous correspondence. The first two subseries consist of correspondence from the period specified by their titles, and are arranged alphabetically by the name of the correspondent. The last subseries consist of individual faculty and staff member's correspondence; it is arranged alphabetically by the name of the faculty or staff member. The Individual Correspondence subseries includes a large group of letters to and from William Barth, which are arranged alphabetically by the name of the correspondent.

 
Pre-1961 Correspondence-Alphabetically arranged [subseries]
Box   3  
A-F (8 folders)
Box   4  
G-Y (17 folders)
 
Correspondence-Alphabetically Arranged 1961-1965 [subseries]
Box   4  
A
Box   4  
Ba-Bot
Box   4  
Bou-Bu
Box   4  
Ca-Ch
Box   4  
Cl-Cu
Box   4  
D
Box   4  
E
Box   4  
Fa-Fi
Box   4  
Fl-Fu
Box   4  
Ha-Her
Box   4  
Hes-Hu
Box   4  
Ga-Gol
Box   4  
Gom-Gu
Box   4  
I-J
Box   4  
K
Box   4  
L
Box   5  
Mc
Box   5  
Ma-Mel
Box   5  
Men-Mi
Box   5  
Mo-Mu
Box   5  
N
Box   5  
O
Box   5  
P
Box   5  
R
Box   5  
Sa-Si
Box   5  
Sl-Ste
Box   5  
Sti-Sz
Box   5  
T
Box   5  
U-V
Box   5  
Y-Z
 
Individual Correspondence [subseries]
Box   5  
Robert Angell 1959-1960 (2 folders)
 
William Barth; Alphabetically Arranged
Box   5  
A 1961-1970
Box   5  
B 1960-1970
Box   5  
Elise and Kenneth Boulding 1962-1971
Box   5  
C 1960-1966
Box   5  
Jack Clareman 1959-1963
Box   5  
D-E 1959-1970
Box   5  
F 1965-1970
Box   5  
G 1956-1961
Box   5  
John Gardner 1956-1961
Box   5  
Julian Griggs 1959-1963
Box   5  
Allen Grimshaw 1962-1963
Box   5  
H 1962-1969
Box   5  
William Haber 1963-1967
Box   6  
Walter Isard 1963-1968
Box   6  
J, 1965-71
Box   6  
Harold Jacobson 1961-1963
Box   6  
Phillip Jacob 1961-1964
Box   6  
Merrill Jackson 1963-1967
Box   6  
K 1966-1970
Box   6  
Herbert Kelman 1961-1964
Box   6  
L 1966-1971
Box   6  
Theodore Lentz 1961-1968 (2 folders)
Box   6  
M 1966-1967
Box   6  
Frederic Mosher 1959-1964
Box   6  
N 1966-1967
Box   6  
0 1957-1967
Box   6  
P 1960-1970
Box   6  
Leslie Paffrath 1963
Box   6  
R 1961-1967
Box   6  
S 1963-1968
Box   6  
Gene Sharp 1961-1962
Box   6  
David Singer 1960-1971
Box   6  
T 1962-1964
Box   6  
Kenneth Teasdale 1962-1967
Box   6  
V 1966
Box   6  
W 1960-1969
Box   6  
Bendon Bass 1969
Box   6  
Kenneth Boulding 1964-1965
Box   6  
Robert Hefner 1969
 
Merrill Jackson
Box   6  
1966-1969
Box   6  
1968
Box   6  
Dean Pruitt 1959
Box   6  
Raymond Tanter 1967-1969
 
General and Miscellaneous Correspondence [subseries]
Box   6  
Journal of Arms Control 1964
Box   6  
Prospective Students 1965-1966
Box   6  
1967-1968
Box   6  
1969 (4 folders)
 
Courses [series]

The Courses series includes syllabi, memoranda and other documents related to courses taught by the faculty of the center.

Box   6  
Syllabi/ Course Descriptions 1959-1963
Box   6  
Student Seminar 1961
Box   6  
Courses and Curriculum 1967-1970
Box   6  
Seminar in Jewish-Arab Relations; Joseph Ben-Dak-undated
Box   6  
Kenneth Boulding Seminar; bibliography undated
 
Historical [series]

The Historical series contains documents related to the founding, functioning and closing of the center, and also includes biographical material about the faculty of the center. The series consists of newspaper clippings, reports, memoranda and correspondence. It is organized chronologically by year.

Box   6  
Founding of Center for Research on Conflict Resolution 1958-1959
Box   6  
Center for Research on Conflict Resolution; descriptive material 1958-1961
Box   6  
Clippings and Press Material re Center 1959-1971 (4 folders)
Box   7  
Review of Center 1959-1971 (3 folders)
Box   7  
Pamphlets 1960-1968
Box   7  
Memoranda re Future of Center 1960-1971
Box   7  
Biographical; Curricula Vitae and Staff Lists 1963-1968
Box   7  
Summaries of Center Projects 1967
Box   7  
Meeting to Redefine Center 1968
Box   7  
Office Documents 1970
Box   7  
Center Closing 1971
 
Organizations [series]

The Organizations series consists of material related to various peace advocacy, peace research, political and academic organizations and institutions with which center faculty were involved with. It is organized alphabetically by the name of the organization or institution.

Box   7  
Fund for Education in World Order 1967 (2 folders)
Box   7  
Institute for Arms Control and Peace Research undated
Box   7  
Institute for International Order 1958-1960 (2 folders)
Box   7  
International Peace Research Institute 1964
Box   7  
Peace Advocacy Organizations 1961-1965
Box   7  
Peace Research and Education Project 1963
Box   7  
Peace Research Institute 1957
Box   7  
Peace Research Organizations 1968-1970
Box   7  
Peace Research Society 1971
Box   7  
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues 1958-1971
 
Students for a Democratic Society
Box   7  
1964 (2 folders)
Box   7  
Radical Education Project 1966
Box   7  
Universities Committee on the Problems of War and Peace 1964-1965
Box   7  
War Control Planners 1963-1964
Box   7  
Washington University Research Program in International Conflict and Peace 1959-1960
Box   7  
Wayne State University; Center for the Study of Teaching About Peace and War 1965-1970
Box   7  
Women Strike for Peace 1964
 
Publications [series]

The Publications series consists of two subseries: Received Publications and the Journal of Conflict Resolution. The received publications subseries consists of peace advocacy and peace research journals and newsletters received by the center. The Journal of Conflict Resolution subseries consists of memoranda, minutes, and correspondence related to the administration of the Journal, which was closely associated with the center.

 
Received [subseries]
Box   7  
Information from the Peace Movement of the German Democratic Republic 1965-1967
Box   7  
International Peace Research Newsletter 1966
 
Miscellaneous Peace Publications
Box   7  
1962-1966
Box   7  
1963
Box   7  
Peace Research and Education Project Newsletter 1963-1964
Box   7  
Peace Research News and Views 1964-1968
Box   8  
Peace Research Laboratory 1963-1967
Box   8  
Peace Research Newsletter 1963-1964
Box   8  
Peace Research Society Newsletter 1963-1968
Box   8  
Research Exchange on the Prevention of War 1952-1956
Box   8  
SANE World 1962-1967 (2 folders)
Box   8  
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Newsletter 1957-1968
Box   8  
Student Peace Union 1967
Box   8  
Vietnam Bi-Weekly Information/ Action Report 1965
Box   8  
Win Peace and Freedom through Non-Violent Action 1966
 
Journal of Conflict Resolution [subseries]
Box   8  
Establishment 1954-1957 (2 folders)
Box   8  
General 1956-1962 (2 folders)
Box   8  
Correspondence 1957-1959
Box   8  
Publicity, Clippings 1958-1962
Box   8  
Special Departments 1959-1960
Box   8  
Editorial Board Minutes 1959-1971 (2 folders)
Box   8  
Transfer Proposal 1971-1972
Box   8  
Articles-Undated
 
Publicity [series]

The Publicity series consists of pamphlets, advertisements, press releases, newspaper clippings and radio scripts generated to help the center publicize its work. It is organized chronologically by year.

 
Radio Series on Conflict Resolution-WUOM
Box   8  
1959
Box   8  
1961 (2 folders)
Box   9  
1961
Box   9  
Proposed Advertisements 1960
Box   9  
Recruitment/ Publicity 1965
Box   9  
Seminar Announcements 1969-1971
Box   9  
Brown Bag Publicity undated
 
Research [series]

The Research series contains material documenting the research work of the center's faculty. The series is subdivided into six subseries: Agencies Supporting Research, Articles and Papers, General Research Material, Research Projects, Proposals, and Seminars. The first subseries contains correspondence and memoranda concerning government agencies and private foundations that funded research. The Articles and Papers subseries consists of conference papers and articles intended for publication written by center faculty and associated researchers; it is organized chronologically by year. The General Research Material subseries contains memoranda and reports which discuss research methodology and logistics. The Research Projects subseries consists of correspondence, reports, memoranda and articles concerning large, collaborative projects such as the Detroit Area Study and the joint projects with Tuskegee University. The Proposals subseries consists of research proposals written by center faculty or associated researchers for submission to funding agencies. It is organized into two groupings: proposals arranged alphabetically by the name of the researcher, and proposals organized chronologically by year. These two systems of filing were probably maintained by different members of the center's faculty or staff. Proposals might be in either grouping, and researchers looking for a particular researcher or proposal should look in both places. The Seminars subseries contains papers and minutes from research seminars where faculty shared their research findings.

 
Agencies Supporting Research [subseries]
Box   9  
Institute of Science and Technology 1961
Box   9  
Canadian Peace Research Institute 1961-1969
Box   9  
U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency 1962-1969 (4 folders)
 
Articles and Papers [subseries]
Box   9  
1951-1964, undated
Box   9  
Robert Angell-Notes from a Visit to the Soviet Union 1961
Box   9  
Elise Boulding-"The Technology of Peace-Making," 1961
Box   9  
Faculty Publications 1961-1967
Box   9  
J. David Singer-The Uses of Threat 1962
Box   9  
Merrill Jackson 1963-1969
Box   9  
1963
Box   9  
John Robinson-Attitude Measurement 1963
Box   9  
Judith Long 1963
Box   9  
1963-1964
Box   9  
Kenneth Boulding 1963-1965, undated
Box   9  
Dean Pruitt 1964
Box   9  
Clinton Fink 1964-1967
Box   9  
Thomas Hayden, "Radical Nomad," 1964
Box   9  
Robert Rosenthal, "On the Goals of Education," 1964
Box   9  
J.D. Singer and Melvin Small, "Formal Alliances," 1965
Box   9  
Jacques Bude 1966
Box   9  
Clinton Fink 1966-1968
Box   10  
Clinton Fink 1966-1969
Box   10  
John Delamater; dissertation proposal 1967
Box   10  
Irwin Katz, Thomas Henchy and Harvey Allen 1967
Box   10  
Kenneth Boulding 1967, undated
Box   10  
Summary of Faculty Research Projects and Publications 1967
Box   10  
Raymond Tanter 1967
Box   10  
Martin Patchen 1968
Box   10  
William Gamson 1968
Box   10  
Elizabeth Converse 1968
Box   10  
Clinton Fink 1968
Box   10  
Gaye Crouch 1971
Box   10  
Roger Geiger 1971
Box   10  
Klaus Riegel 1971 (2 folders)
Box   10  
John Delamater undated
Box   10  
John Robinson and Solomon Jacobsen undated
 
General Research Material [subseries]
 
General Research Material
Box   10  
1958-1959
Box   10  
Undated
Box   10  
Questionnaires and Statistics/ Methodology undated
 
Research Projects [subseries]
Box   10  
Ann Arbor Survey 1964
Box   10  
Arab Refugee Project undated
Box   10  
Project Camelot 1964-1965
Box   10  
Church-University Co-operative Program on Social Change 1965-1966
 
Detroit Area Study
Box   10  
1956-1965
Box   10  
1961-1965
Box   10  
1963-1964
Box   10  
Guidebook 1964
Box   10  
Funding 1968
 
Tuskegee Project
Box   10  
1964-1966
Box   10  
1967
Box   10  
1969
 
Alphabetical by Researcher
Box   10  
A 1962-1963
Box   10  
B 1958-1963
Box   11  
Elise Boulding 1963-1964
Box   11  
Kenneth Boulding 1964, undated
Box   11  
C 1960-1967
Box   11  
D-E 1961-1963
Box   11  
F 1966
 
Clinton Fink
Box   11  
1960-1963
Box   11  
1965-1971
Box   11  
1966
Box   11  
1966-1971
Box   11  
1968
Box   11  
Women in the Workplace 1971
Box   11  
G 1960-1963
Box   11  
H 1960-1963
Box   11  
Robert Hefner 1960-1963
Box   11  
H-K 1959-1966
Box   11  
I-K circa 1963
Box   11  
L 1959-1961, undated
Box   11  
M 1959-1961
Box   11  
N-O 1959-1963
Box   11  
O-P 1960-1962
Box   11  
R 1959-1965, undated
Box   11  
S 1959-1967
Box   11  
T-Z 1960-1963
 
Chronological
Box   11  
1959-1960
Box   11  
1960-1962
Box   11  
1960-1963
Box   11  
1960, undated
Box   12  
Proposal to Ford Foundation 1961
Box   12  
Proposal to Carnegie Corporation 1961-1964
Box   12  
Office of Research Administration; Proposals 1963-1966
Box   12  
Miscellaneous Proposals 1963, undated
Box   12  
Proposal to National Institute of Health 1964
Box   12  
Miscellaneous Proposals 1964-1967
Box   12  
Social Psychological Research in Developing Countries 1965
Box   12  
Center Study of Foreign Aid 1965
Box   12  
Robert Hefner and Sheldon Levy 1965
Box   12  
Bendix Corporation Proposal 1965
Box   12  
Center Proposal to American Jewish Committee 1965
Box   12  
Synopses of Research Proposals on Arms Control and Disarmament 1966
Box   12  
Interdisciplinary Summer Institute on International Relations 1966-1969 (3 folders)
Box   12  
Kenneth Boulding 1966-1967
Box   12  
Proposal to National Science Foundation, William Gamson 1967
Box   12  
Robert Hefner Proposal to Advanced Research Projects Agency 1967
 
Detroit Projects
Box   12  
Urban Community Resources, Incorporated 1967-1968 (3 folders)
Box   12  
Inner-City Organizing Committee 1968
Box   12  
Miscellaneous Proposals 1967-1971
Box   12  
Qualitative International Archive 1968 (2 folders)
Box   12  
Ernest Harburg 1968
Box   12  
"Theory Group" 1968-1969 (2 folders)
Box   12  
"Radical Thinking," 1968
Box   12  
Housing and Urban Development Proposal 1968
Box   12  
Irwin Katz and Howard Schuman, 1968-169
Box   12  
Tuskegee Project 1968
Box   13  
Miscellaneous Proposals 1968-1970
Box   13  
Advanced Research Projects Agency 1968-1969
Box   13  
J. David Singer 1969
Box   13  
ARPA Proposal; International Data Archive and Analysis Center 1969
Box   13  
Joseph Ben-Dak 1970
Box   13  
Miscellaneous Proposals 1970
Box   13  
Gaye Crouch 1971
Box   13  
Judith Birnbaum 1971
Box   13  
Frithjof Bergman 1971
Box   13  
Proposals undated
 
Research Seminars
Box   13  
Arms Control Research Seminar 1961-1962 (3 folders)
Box   13  
Internal/External Conflict Seminar 1969
 
Research Development Seminar
Box   13  
1960
Box   13  
1960-1961 (3 folders)
Box   13  
1960-1962
Box   13  
1962 (2 folders)
 
Topical [series]

The Topical series consists of a small amount of clippings, memoranda, and correspondence related to particular topics such as the New Left and Vietnam. It is organized alphabetically by topic.

Box   13  
Black Militancy and Student Activism 1968
Box   13  
National Peace Agency Proposal 1960-1964
Box   13  
New Left Material circa 1968
Box   13  
PROBE; Feminism; Gaye Crouch 1970-1971
Box   13  
Thu-Van / Le Thi Anh 1966
Box   13  
United Nations University Seminar 1961
Box   13  
Vietnam 1964-1968 (2 folders)