Sylvere Lotringer Papers and Semiotext(e) Archive Bulk, 1973-2000 1960-2000


Sylvere Lotringer Papers and Semiotext(e) Archive Bulk, 1973-2000 1960-2000

The Sylvère Lotringer Papers and Semiotext(e) Archive includes correspondence, manuscripts, clippings, financial records, and audiovisual material associated with Lotringer's work as a literary critic and cultural theorist, and as the founder of the journal and independent press Semiotext(e).

103.0 linear feet; (96 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 6330441

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Cyberpunk author and performance artist. From the description of Papers, 1975-1996 and n.d. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 154271515 Cyberpunk author and performance artist. Acker died in 1997. From the description of Papers, 1973-1978. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 154271575 From the description of Kathy Acker papers, 1973-1996 and undated. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 33429120 d. 1996. ...

Daitch, Susan (person)

Lord, Alan, 1954- (person)

Peraldi, François 1938-1993. (person)