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SERIES Identifier: MC 761; T-396; Vt-192; DVD-72

Series IV. WRITING, ca.1975-2010 (#48.5-50.14, E.11-E.29)

Scope and Contents

Series IV, WRITING, ca.1975-2010 (#48.5-50.14, E.11-E.29) includes published articles and book drafts by Wiseman on dream therapy, children's nightmares, making crafts, and traveling. Wiseman wrote multiple memoir-themed novels with different titles, which focused on her love affair with a married Italian count when she was nineteen and ended with her visit to him many years later to confront him. "The Hungry Voice: Unfinished Business" and "Un Cantico D'Amor..." document this episode, with name changes. Her two fellowship applications propose writing and publishing her memoir, using her diary entries and sketchbooks. Folders may contain drafts, correspondence, marketing flyers, and notes. Wiseman also frequently published sketches from conferences in dream therapy-related publications and in booklet form to be given away or sold to participants. See also #52FB.1v for a sample of her craft book Making Things. Additional material received as electronic files will be reformatted at some future date for inclusion in this collection. Folders are arranged chronologically by publication date; dates of items within folders may vary by several months or years.

Dates

  • 1930-2013
  • Majority of material found within 1953-1999

Language of Materials

Materials in English.

Access Restrictions:

Access. Researchers must sign permission form for access. Appointment required for access to audiovisual material.

Extent

24.52 linear feet ((50 file boxes, 4 folio boxes) plus 7 photograph folders, 30 audiotapes, 10 videotapes, 1 DVD, and electronic records)
42.20 Megabytes (28 files)

Physical Location

Collection stored off site: researchers must request access 36 hours before use.

Repository Details

Part of the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute Repository

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