Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.). Director's Office. Faculty records
Scope and Contents
The Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.). Director's Office. Faculty records contain files created and accumulated by the Institute for Advanced Study Director's Office and other administrative units relating to the Faculty and Emeriti of the Institute. Files relate both to individuals that accepted and that were offered (and subsequently declined) Faculty positions.
The files include administrative materials related to appointments as well as correspondence, and additional biographical information. Materials date from 1923 to 2005.
- Majority of material found within 1930-1999
Conditions Governing Access
Select materials in this collection are subject to the Institute for Advanced Study Archival Policy (1986).
Per the Institute for Advanced Study Archival Policy, Institute records remain under restriction for 30 years from the date of the record’s creation. Additionally, all institutional records related to personnel (including human resources record and/or records related to recommendation and/or appointment to the Institute) remain restricted for the lifetime of both the creator and subject.
Conditions Governing Use
Researchers are welcome to publish, reproduce, and use the Shelby White and Leon Levy Archives Center’s holdings in accordance with U.S. Copyright Law. Under the Fair Use doctrine, users may freely reproduce materials for personal research, teaching, and/or scholarship. Under the same doctrine, users may cite or publish selected passages and/or quotations for comment and criticism. In accordance to U.S. Copyright Law, researchers seeking to reproduce and/or publish materials in the entirety and/or for commercial purposes will require the permission of the copyright holder.
The Institute for Advanced Study holds the copyright to materials generated by Institute employees over the course of their work for the Institute. Where the Institute for Advanced Study holds the copyright, researchers are free to reproduce materials for one-time, non-commercial purposes. For all other cases, researchers are responsible for contacting the Archives Center to request permission at: email@example.com For all materials for which the Institute is not the copyright holder, researchers that choose to pursue publication and/or reproduction are responsible for determining the individual who does hold the copyright and requesting permission directly from that individual. Researchers with questions regarding the reproduction or use of archival materials can contact the Archives Center to request help at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.). Director's Office. Faculty records consist of administrative files created and compiled by the Institute for Advanced Study Director's Office related to Faculty and Emeriti. Files date from approximately 1923 to 2005.
Archivists arranged this collection alphabetically by the last name of individual Faculty.
Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.). Director's Office staff transferred the bulk of the materials within this collection the Historical Studies and Social Science Library after the creation of the Institute for Advanced Study Archival Policy in 1986.
In some cases, archivists separated published materials to be included in the offprint collection of the Historical Studies-Social Science Library. These materials are indicated in this finding aid with a processing note with the heading "Items Removed."
Upon receipt, archivists rehoused material into acid-free containers for long-term storage and preservation.
- Guide to the Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.). Director's Office. Faculty records
- Erica Mosner compiled this finding aid.
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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- This finding aid is written in English.
- 2022-01-13: Caitlin Rizzo revised this finding aid to comply with DACS standards and revised the record group title.