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International Thorstein Veblen Association (ITVA) Records

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1st Conference New School for Social Research (New York City), 1994

2nd Conference Carleton College (Northfield, Minnesota), 1996

3rd Conference New School for Social Research (New York City) [no papers], 1999

4th Conference New School for Social Research (New York City), 2002

5th Conference Carleton College (Northfield, Minnesota), 2004



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International Thorstein Veblen Association (ITVA) Records, 1994-2011 | Carleton College Archives

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Title: International Thorstein Veblen Association (ITVA) Records, 1994-2011Add to your list.

ID: 03/080

Extent: 0.0 . More info below.

Arrangement: Arranged files

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Offical archives of an organization founded in 1993 to foster and facilitate communication between Veblen scholars throughout the world.  ITVA records consist primarily of papers delivered at its biennial conferences.

Administrative Information

Repository: Carleton College Archives

Alternate Extent Statement: up to 3.5 cu. ft.

Appraisal Information: Value Code: 2

Related Materials:

The Veblen Collections at Carleton College are comprised of four distinct groupings of material:  the Thorstein B. Veblen Collection (77), the Veblen Family Collection (78), the Veblen Farmstead Collection (79), and the Records of the International Thorstein Veblen Association (80).  Together, these collections provide a great deal of information about an interesting Norwegian-American family, about the best-known member of that family, a figure of major importance in American intellectual history, about the preservation and eventual restoration of the family's farm home near Nerstrand, Minnesota, and about recent Veblenian scholarship.

The first three of these collections each contain some items which have long been a part of the archival record of Carleton College:  records pertaining to the attendance of Veblens at Carleton, their status as alumni, involvement of the school in discussions regarding the Veblen farmstead, and so forth.  Part of the collections consists of secondary source materials which have been gathered together here for reference purposes and the convenience of researchers.  The rest of the papers, photographs, and other material comprising the Veblen collections has been generously donated to Carleton by a variety of persons.  Nearly all of these donations have been made since 1990, when Thorstein Veblen's step-daughter, Mrs. Becky Veblen Meyers, made the first of several conveyances of Veblen-related material to Carleton.  Other persons instrumental in identifying, preserving, gathering, or donating unique items now located in the Veblen collections at Carleton include:  Esther Baran, Russell H. and Sylvia E. Bartley, Ruth Veblen Dunbar, Daniel P. Gregory, Esther V. Gunnerson, William C. Melton, Jeffrey P. Moriarty, Ruthmary Penick, Wilbert J. and Ellen Radtke, Bernadette Rainsford, Jessica Shaver, Charles R. Sims,  Colette and William Van Fleet, Bonnie Veblen, Paul F. Veblen, and the Washington Island Archives Committee.

Information on the provenance of particular items in these collections, if not immediately evident from this finding aid or inspection of the item itself, may be determined by inquiring of the Archivist.

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[Series 1: 1st Conference New School for Social Research (New York City), 1994],
[Series 2: 2nd Conference Carleton College (Northfield, Minnesota), 1996],
[Series 3: 3rd Conference New School for Social Research (New York City) [no papers], 1999],
[Series 4: 4th Conference New School for Social Research (New York City), 2002],
[Series 5: 5th Conference Carleton College (Northfield, Minnesota), 2004],
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Series 1: 1st Conference New School for Social Research (New York City), 1994Add to your list.
Additional Date Info: February 3-4, 1994
Item 1: Lindegaard, Klaus.  'Veblen's Evolutionary Quest: On Belief, Repetition and HabitAdd to your list.
Full Title: Lindegaard, Klaus.  'Veblen's Evolutionary Quest: On Belief, Repetition and Habits of Circular Flow.'
Sub-Series 1: Tilman, Rick, ed.  Thorstein Veblen: Essays in Retrieval and Relevance.Add to your list.
Item 1: Rick Tilman.  Editor's IntroductionAdd to your list.
Item 2: Stephen Edgell.  'Thorstein Veblen: The Mistaken Marginality of the Man From MarsAdd to your list.
Full Title: Stephen Edgell.  'Thorstein Veblen: The Mistaken Marginality of the Man From Mars.'
Item 3: Russell H. Bartley and Sylvia E. Yoneda.  'Thorstein Veblen on Washington Island:Add to your list.
Full Title: Russell H. Bartley and Sylvia E. Yoneda.  'Thorstein Veblen on Washington Island: Traces of a Life.'
Item 4: Phillip O'Hara.  'Thorstein Veblen's Theory of Collective Social Wealth: The InstAdd to your list.
Full Title: Phillip O'Hara.  'Thorstein Veblen's Theory of Collective Social Wealth: The Instrumental and Ceremonial Functions of Institutions.'
Item 5: Clare V. Eby.  'Veblen's Assault on Time.'Add to your list.
Item 6: Joshua Masters.  'Janie's Rejection of the Leisure Class: A Veblenian InterpretatAdd to your list.
Full Title: Joshua Masters.  'Janie's Rejection of the Leisure Class: A Veblenian Interpretation of Their Eyes Were Watching God.'
Item 7: Sarah Appleton Aguiar.  'Thorstein Veblen and the Economy of Feminist Fiction: VaAdd to your list.
Full Title: Sarah Appleton Aguiar.  'Thorstein Veblen and the Economy of Feminist Fiction: Validating the Kill.'
Item 8: Andrew Furer.  'Progressive Therapeutics: Managing Reform in Veblen, Taylor and GAdd to your list.
Full Title: Andrew Furer.  'Progressive Therapeutics: Managing Reform in Veblen, Taylor and Gilman.'
Item 9: Howard Horowitz.  'Nippon and the Negro: Hybrids and Instinct in Veblen.'Add to your list.
Item 10: Ann Jennings and William Waller.  'Veblen on Race: Venial or Mortal Sin.'Add to your list.
Item 11: John H. Brown and Rick Tilman.  'Craftsmanship, Status Emulation and the BarriersAdd to your list.
Full Title: John H. Brown and Rick Tilman.  'Craftsmanship, Status Emulation and the Barriers to Organizational Humanism.'
Item 12: Ralf Schimmer.  'Closer to Home: The Populist Substratum of Thorstein Veblen's SoAdd to your list.
Full Title: Ralf Schimmer.  'Closer to Home: The Populist Substratum of Thorstein Veblen's Social Criticism.'
Item 13: Tilman, Rick, ed.  Thorstein Veblen: Essays in Retrieval and Relevance. -- originAdd to your list.
Full Title: Tilman, Rick, ed.  Thorstein Veblen: Essays in Retrieval and Relevance. -- original Contents, Introduction, etc.

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[Series 1: 1st Conference New School for Social Research (New York City), 1994],
[Series 2: 2nd Conference Carleton College (Northfield, Minnesota), 1996],
[Series 3: 3rd Conference New School for Social Research (New York City) [no papers], 1999],
[Series 4: 4th Conference New School for Social Research (New York City), 2002],
[Series 5: 5th Conference Carleton College (Northfield, Minnesota), 2004],
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