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Contact Infomation:

Special Collections

Michigan State University Libraries

100 Main Library

East Lansing, MI 48824

517.884.6471

E-mail:spc@mail.lib.msu.edu

URL: http://specialcollections.lib.msu.edu

Date Received:

1982

Date Processed:

May 2008

Acquisitions Information:

Donated by Frank A. Pinner.

Preferred Citation:

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information:  Box number, Folder number and/or title, World Student Movements Archive, MSS 309, Special Collections, MSU Libraries, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Copyright Notice:

Copyright is retained by the author of the items in this archive, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Usage Restrictions:

There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.

The World Student Movements Archive will be open and available for use in the Special Collections Reading Room.

Photoduplication Restrictions:

Contact Special Collections

Collection Summary:

8 boxes, the 1960’s.  The archive contains both primary materials and secondary materials covering Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Africa, Argentina, Burma, Canada, China, the Congo, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Japan, Nigeria, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, Scandinavia, Switzerland, and Turkey.  Primary materials are in the form of commission reports and issues of magazines and newspapers published by radical student groups.  The secondary materials are conference papers (usually in English) and offprints from journals.

Historical Background:

The 1960’s were a turbulent time for universities in many countries, and this collection was built up through visits and conferences attend by Dr. Pinner over a several year period. Seen as an international phenomenon, student movements can claim a more important place in the history of the twentieth-century than if they were considered as isolated happenings on individual campuses.

Processing Note:

The World Student Movements Archive were processed by Kassy Fineout – June of 2008.

Arrangement:


Box Folder Folder/Description
1 1 Student Movements
  2 Student Movements – Africas
  3 Student Movements – Argentina
  4 Student Movements – Austria
  5 Student Movements – Austria – Christian
  6 Student Movements – Austria – Hauptausschusses der Österreichischen Hochschülerschaft (Vienna)
  7 Student Movements – Austria – Ringes Freiheitlicher Studenten
  8 Student Movements – Austria – Sozialischer Jugend Österreich
  9 Student Movements – Austria – Sozialistischen Studenten Graz
  10 Student Movements – Austria – Verband Sozialistischen Studenten Osterreich (VSStO)
Box Folder Folder/Description
2 1 Student Movements – Belgium
  2 Student Movements – Belgium – Cercle des Etudiants Liberaux
  3 Student Movements – Belgium – Gent Studenten Korps (Ghent)
  4 Student Movements – Belgium – Katolick Vlaams Hoogstudenten Verband (KVHV)
  5 Student Movements – Belgium – Leuvens Studenten Korps
  6 Student Movements – Belgium – Movement des Etudiants Universitaires Belges d’Expression Francaise (MUBEF)
  7 Student Movements – Belgium – L’Union des Etudiants Catholique de L’Universite de Liege
  8 Student Movements – Belgium – L’Union Generale des Etudiants (Liege)
  9 Student Movements – Belgium – L’Union Nationale des Etudiants Communistes de Belgique
  10 Student Movements – Belgium – Vereniging der Vlaamse Studenten (VVS)
  11 Student Movements – Belgium – Vereniging der Vlaamse Studenten (VVS) 2
  12 Student Movements – Burma
  13 Student Movements – Canada – Canadian Union of Students (CUS/UCE)
  14 Student Movements – China
  15 Student Movements – Congo
  16 Student Movements – Europe
Box Folder Folder/Description
3 1 Student Movements – Europe – Soviet Bloc
  2 Student Movements – Europe – Questionnaires
  3 Student Movements – France
  4 Student Movements – France – Action Etudiante Gaulliste de Paris (L’AEGP)
  5 Student Movements – France – L’Association Generale des Etudiantes de Lille (AGEL)
  6 Student Movements – France – Christian
  7 Student Movements – France – Mutuelle Nationale des Etudiantes de France (MNEF)
  8 Student Movements – France – L’Union des Etudiantes Communistes de France
  9 Student Movements – France – L’Union Nationale des Etudiantes de France
Box Folder Folder/Description
4 1 Student Movements – Germany
  2 Student Movements – Germany (Clippings)
Box Folder Folder/Description
5 1 Student Movements – Germany – Allgemeiner Studentenausschuss (AS+A)
  2 Student Movements – Germany – Deutschen Burschenschafter
  3 Student Movements – Germany – Liberaler Studentenbund Deutschlands (LSD)
  4 Student Movements – Germany – Sozialdemokratischen Hochschulbunden (SHB)
  5 Student Movements – Germany – Sozialistischer Deutschen Studentenbunden (SDS)
  6 Student Movements – Germany – Studentenschaft der Freien Universitat Berlin
  7 Student Movements – Germany – Verband Deutscher Studentenschaften (VDS)
  8 Student Movements – Great Britain
  9 Student Movements – Ghana
  10 Student Movements – India
  11 Student Movements – Indonesia
  12 Student Movements – International Student Conference
  13 Student Movements – International Student Conference 2
  14 Student Movements – Japan
    Student Movements – Latin America
Box Folder Folder/Description
6 1 Student Movements – Netherlands
  2 Student Movements – Netherlands – Algemene Studenten Vereniging Amsterdam
  3 Student Movements – Netherlands – Amsterdamsch Studenten Corps
  4 Student Movements – Netherlands – Nederlandse Studenten Akkoord (NSA)
  5 Student Movements – Netherlands – Nederlandse Studenten Raad
Box Folder Folder/Description
7 1 Student Movements – Netherlands – Nederlandse Studenten Vakbeweging
  2 Student Movements – Netherlands – Werkstudenten – Liga
  3 Student Movements – Nigeria
  4 Student Movements – Phillipines
  5 Students – Belgium
  6 Students – Belgium – Interviews
Box Folder Folder/Description
8 1 Students – Europe
  2 Students – Europe – Congres de Syndicalisme 1966/67
  3 Students – France
  4 Students – Germany – FDR
  5 Students – Germany – DDR
  6 Students – Latin America
  7 Students – Netherlands
  8 Students – Scandinavia
  9 Students – Switzerland
  10 Students – Turkey



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