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A.J. Harding fonds
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1966-2004 (inclusive) ; 1980-2002 (predominant) (Creation)
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4 m of textual records
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Name of creator
Anthony John Harding graduated from the University of Manchester (1969) and earned a PhD from Cambridge University (1973). After working briefly in the publishing industry, he joined the University of Saskatchewan's department of English. He authored or edited several books, including "Coleridge and the Idea of Love" (1974); "Coleridge and the Inspired Word" (ca. 1985); "Milton, the Metaphysicals and Romanticism" (co-editor with Lisa Low); "The Reception of Myth in English Romanticism" (1995); as well as numerous articles. His international reputation as a Coleridge scholar resulted in his being asked to serve as co-editor for "The Notebooks of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Volume 5," with Kathleen Coburn. Following her death, Princeton University Press asked him to continue as sole editor. Upon his retirement from the University in 2005, Harding was awarded professor emeritus status.
Scope and content
This fonds contains materials relating to Dr. Harding's scholarly work, including his thorough preparation and background work for his teaching; his correspondence with colleagues; his articles and conference papers; and drafts and notes for the Coleridge "Notebooks."
Immediate source of acquisition
This fonds has been organized into five series:
- Cambridge and Manchester
- Departmental / University (Saskatchewan)
- Lectures and Course Material
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The majority of the material is in English; some material is in Greek, German, or French.
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Restrictions on access
Personal information relating to identifiable individuals is restricted under conditions similar to those in the Saskatchewan Local Authority Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Please consult with the archivist. All restricted or closed files have been so designated in the finding aid. There are no other restrictions on access.
Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication
Copyright, where residing with Dr. Harding, has been transferred; researchers should note, however, that copyright on most publications, including the Notebooks, may reside with the publishers. Researchers are advised that it is their responsibility to obtain copyright permission to publish or otherwise reproduce or distribute archival material.
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