1968: Columbia in Crisis

Bibliography and Resources > Credits


Jocelyn K. Wilk, Public Services Archivist & Exhibit Curator

Julie Golia, GSAS 2010, Assistant Exhibit Curator


The Curators Express their Appreciation to the

Following Individuals and Departments

for their Assistance

Gerald S. Adler, '80 GSAS

Roberta Blitz, Digital Projects Librarian

Greg Bear, graphic designer

St. Clair Bourne

Center for New Media Teaching and Learning

Columbia College Today

Columbia University Printing Services

Paul Cronin

Frank da Cruz, '71GS, '76E

Steve Ditlea, '69C

Steven B. Epstein, '68L

Susan Hamson, Curator of Manuscripts and University Archivist

Jennifer B. Lee, Librarian for Public Services and Programs

Robert McCaughey, Ann Whitney Olin Professor of History

David Ortiz, CU Libraries Digital Programs Division

 Bob Papper, '69C, '70J

 Lee T. Pearcy, ‘69C

Office of Art Properties

Oral History Research Office

Preservation and Digital Conversion Division

Alice Winn, MSLIS Intern, Pratt Institute '12


the alumni and faculty who donated their papers to the University Protest and Activism Collection

and shared their experiences

Columbia University Libraries / Rare Book & Manuscript Library / Butler Library, 6th Fl. / 535 West 114th St. / New York, NY 10027 / (212) 854-5590 / rbml@libraries.cul.columia.edu