RBSC Immanuel Velikovsky Papers Noted in ‘The Chronicle of Higher Education’
By Michael D. Gordin, professor of history at Princeton University, The Chronicle of Higher Education, September 17, 2012.
In 2005, Firestone Library at Princeton University announced the opening of the Immanuel Velikovsky Papers to researchers. (Velikovsky had lived in Princeton, N.J., from 1952 until his death, and he was a frequent presence in the library and around town, although he never had any affiliation with the university.) His papers span 65 linear feet of material: drafts of manuscripts, fan mail, hate mail, assorted correspondence, and much more. Read more…
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