University of Nebraska Studies, University Publication Records
Scope and Contents
The records include copies of publications of university faculty printed by the University of Nebraska Printing Division.
- University of Nebraska--Lincoln (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
The records are open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Property rights and copyright reside with the University of Nebraska. For permission to reproduce or to publish, please contact Archives & Special Collections.
Biographical / Historical
The "University Studies" publications were developed through the Senate Committee on Publication of University Studies and the Board of University Publications, which were comprised of faculty. Two of the publication board members served as editors.
In 1941, volume 41, number 1, included a note that explained changes to the publication. The Board decided to combine "University Studies" with another publication called "Studies in Language, Literature, and Criticism," published under the new title "University of Nebraska Studies." This new publication included three subseries, outlined as "Studies in the Humanities," Studies in the Social Sciences," and "Studies in Science and Technology."
In 1946, with a switch to a new format, the publication became identified as a "new series" identified by a single number rather than numbers and volumes. There is no new series no. 3 in the publication. David L. Dowd's book Pageant Master of The Republic, published by the University of Nebraska Press, has been noted as number 3 but there are no indications in that work, or records, in support of that designation.
3.5 Linear Feet (7 boxes, microfilm)
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