Curtis White Papers

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Curtis White papers
Creator: White, Curtis, 1951-
Call Number: D.368
Dates: 1818-2009
Physical Description: 34 boxes, 1 folder
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Subject(s)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Content List
Series I: Correspondence
Subseries I: Correspondence, A-Z
Subseries II: Correspondence, fan mail: first name only
Series II: Personal papers
Subseries I: Heretical songs, 1980
Subseries II: Metaphysics in the midwest, 1988
Subseries III: The idea of home, 1992
Subseries IV: Anarcho-Hindu, 1995
Subseries V: Monstrous possibility, 1998
Subseries VI: Memories of my father watching TV, 1998
Subseries VII: Requiem, 2001
Subseries VIII: The middle mind
Subseries IX: America's magic mountain, 2004
Subseries X: The spirit of disobedience, 2007
Subseries XI: Unpublished novels
Subseries XII: Edited and co-edited works
Subseries XIII: Undergraduate and graduate writing
Subseries XIV: Essays, 1980-present
Subseries XV: The barbaric heart, 2009
Series III: Printed material
Subseries I: Printed essays
Subseries II: Reviews written by Curtis White
Subseries III: Works by other authors
Series IV: Ephemera
Subseries I: Educational materials
Subseries II: Marion Bowler, great aunt of Curtis White
Subseries III: Miscellaneous
Series V: Interviews
Series VI: Speeches and presentations
Series VII: Bibliography
Subseries I: Novels
Subseries II: Non-fiction
Subseries III: Short stories
Subseries IV: Articles and essays
Subseries V: Edited and co-edited works
Subseries VI: Introductions by Curtis White
Subseries VII: Afterwords by Curtis White
Subseries VIII: Book reviews by White
Subseries IX: Excerpts from Novels
Subseries X: Articles About Curtis White
Collection Overview
Title: Curtis White papers
Creator: White, Curtis, 1951-
Call Number: D.368
Dates: 1818-2009
Physical Description: 34 boxes, 1 folder
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
Born in 1951 in San Lorenzo, California, social critic, essayist, and novelist Curtis White has authored five novels [The Idea Of Home (1992), Anarcho-Hindu (1995), Memories of My Father Watching TV (1998), Requiem (2001), and America's Magic Mountain (2004)], four non-fiction books [Monstrous Possibility (1998), The Middle Mind (2003), The Spirit of Disobedience (2007), The Barbaric Heart:Faith, Money, and the Crisis of Nature (2009)], two collections of short stories [Heretical Songs (1980), and Metaphysics in the Midwest (1988)], four edited/co-edited works, and numerous articles and essays. His work has been widely excerpted and anthologized.

White received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Philosophy from the University of San Francisco in 1973, and was a California Scholar from 1969 through 1973. As a Words and Ideas Fellow at The Johns Hopkins University Writing Seminars, White received his Masters in English in 1974. White began the English Ph.D. program at University of Iowa in 1975. While there, he worked on his doctoral dissertation with Vance Bourjaily in the Writers Workshop and was a Graduate College Fellow; White received Ph.D. in 1979. Since 1980, White has been a professor of English at Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois. He has also been the Managing Director of FC2/Black Ice Books Press, Editor of Context, a forum for Literary Arts and Culture, and President of the Center for Book Culture/Dalkey Archive Press. White is married to Georganne Rundblad, author and Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at Illinois Wesleyan University.

Scope and Content
The Curtis White Papers consists of 35 boxes and 1 oversize folder of White's personal papers, including 6 boxes of correspondence; 21 boxes of manuscript and printed material by White; 1 box of interviews and works by other authors; 2 boxes of audio/visual material; 1 box of speeches and presentations; and 4 boxes and 1 oversize folder of personal ephemera.

Items of particular interest to researchers include correspondence from well-known writers and editors, including Raymond Federman, Ralph Berry, John Barth, Gilbert Sorrentino, Ronald Sukenick, Fiction Collective, Douglas Messerli, Harold Jaffe, Larry McCaffery, Gerald Vizenor, Charles Bernstein, John O'Brien, Cris Mazza, Eurudice, Paul Auster, Robert Coover, and Andrei Codrescu; manuscripts, typescripts, and printed ephemera from White's essays, short stories, non-fiction works and novels; and numerous audio/visual materials from White's public appearances.

Subject(s):
Correspondence
Manuscripts
Interviews
Speeches
White, Curtis, 1951-
Authors, American
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased July 2007. New material added in March 2009.Access
The Curtis White papers is open for research use. Researchers are advised to contact Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation prior to visiting. Upon arrival, researchers will also be asked to fill out a registration form and provide photo identification.Use
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Content List
Series I: Correspondence
Subseries I: Correspondence, A-Z
Box 1, Folder 1A
Box 1, Folder 2American Book Review
Box 1, Folder 3B
Box 1, Folder 4Berry, Ralph
Box 1, Folder 5C
Box 1, Folder 6Cambyses, Eurydice (Eurudice)
Box 1, Folder 7Chambers, George
Box 1, Folder 8D
Box 1, Folder 9Dixon, Steve
Box 1, Folder 10E
Box 2, Folder 1F
Box 2, Folder 2Fiction Collective
Box 2, Folder 3Federman, Raymond
Box 2, Folder 4G
Box 2, Folder 5Green, Geoffrey
Box 3, Folder 1H
Box 3, Folder 2HarperCollins – Weir, Gideon
Box 3, Folder 3I
Box 3, Folder 4Iowa Review – Montgomery, Lee
Box 3, Folder 5J
Box 3, Folder 6The Johns Hopkins University – Barth, John
Box 3, Folder 7K
Box 3, Folder 8L
Box 3, Folder 9M
Box 3, Folder 10Morris, John
Box 3, Folder 11Mullen, Laura
Box 4, Folder 1N
Box 4, Folder 2O
Box 4, Folder 3P
Box 4, Folder 4Pierce, Constance
Box 4, Folder 5Q–R
Box 4, Folder 6Rice, Doug
Box 4, Folder 7Sa–Sl
Box 4, Folder 8Sm–Sz
Box 4, Folder 9Smith, Patrick
Box 4, Folder 10Sorrentino, Gilbert
Box 4, Folder 11Stuefloten, Don (photographer for Anarcho-Hindu)
Box 4, Folder 12Sun and Moon Press – Messerli, Douglas
Box 5, Folder 1T
Box 5, Folder 2U
Box 5, Folder 3V
Box 5, Folder 4W
Box 5, Folder 5Webb, Donald (Don)
Box 5, Folder 6White, Curtis
Box 5, Folder 7Wolff, Donald
Box 5, Folder 8X–Z
Box 5, Folder 9First name only, A–Z
Subseries II: Correspondence, fan mail: first name only
Box 6, Folder 1Fan mail, The middle mind, 2001–2003
Box 6, Folder 2Fan mail, The middle mind: Foster, Lee, 2003
Box 6, Folder 3Fan mail, The middle mind: Inkwell debate, 2003
Box 6, Folder 4Fan mail, The middle mind, 2004–present
Box 6, Folder 5Fan mail, America's magic mountain, 2004–present
Box 6, Folder 6Fan mail, Memories of my father watching TV, 2004–2005
Box 6, Folder 7Fan mail, Memories of my father watching TV: Cates, David and Rosalie, 2006
Box 6, Folder 8Fan mail, The spirit of disobedience, 2006–present
Box 6, Folder 9Fan mail, "The idols of environmentalism", 2007–present
Box 6, Folder 10Miscellaneous fan mail, 1993–present
Series II: Personal papers
Subseries I: Heretical songs, 1980
Short stories

Box 7, Folder 1-2Typescript with manuscript revisions and notes
Box 7, Folder 3Offprint of excerpt, "Mahler's Last Symphony," Southwest Review (Winter 1976): 39-47.
Box 7, Folder 4Reviews
Box 7, Folder 5Advertising and public appearances
Box 7, Folder 6Concert drama based on Curtis White's short story "Mahler's Last Symphony," by William C. Cutter
Subseries II: Metaphysics in the midwest, 1988
Short stories

Box 7, Folder 7Reviews
Box 7, Folder 8Interviews
Box 7, Folder 9Public appearances
Box 7, Folder 10Photograph, acquired by White at a garage sale, which inspired "The Order of Virility"
Subseries III: The idea of home, 1992
Novel

Box 8, Folder 1-2Manuscript
6 notebooks

Box 8, Folder 3Galleys from Sun & Moon Press, publication date 10/20/1992
Box 8, Folder 4Research
Box 8, Folder 5Notes
Box 8, Folder 6Reviews
Box 8, Folder 7Interviews and advertising
Box 8, Folder 8Public appearances
Subseries IV: Anarcho-Hindu, 1995
Novel

Box 9, Folder 1Manuscript
3 notebooks

Box 9, Folder 2Typescript, complete first draft of sections I & II, with Maso's comments
Box 9, Folder 3Notes and photocopied articles
Box 9, Folder 4Photographs, taken by Don Stuefloten
See also correspondence from Stuefloten, 4:11

Box 9, Folder 5Reviews
Box 9, Folder 6From "Anarcho-Hindu." Black Ice 9 (1992):72-79. Complete issue
Box 9, Folder 7From "Anarcho-Hindu." Private Arts 10 (Spring 1996):236-261. Complete issue.
Subseries V: Monstrous possibility, 1998
Non-fiction

Box 10, Folder 1Contract from Dalkey Archive Press, May 14, 1998
Box 10, Folder 2Typescript, with manuscript revisions, pages 1–171
Box 10, Folder 3Corrections and author print-out, 1998
Box 10, Folder 4Galleys, February 20, 1998
Box 10, Folder 5Typescript accompanying galleys, February 20, 1998
Box 10, Folder 6Reviews
Subseries VI: Memories of my father watching TV, 1998
Novel

Box 11, Folder 1Notes taken from Kubey, Robert William. "Television and the Quality of Life: How Viewing Shapes Everyday Experience." Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1990
Box 11, Folder 2Manuscript, notebook, prologue
Box 11, Folder 3Manuscript, loose pages, 'TV scandal'
Box 11, Folder 4Manuscript, notebooks 1-3 ('Have gun' and 'Sea hunt')
Box 11, Folder 5Manuscript, notebooks 4-6, plus loose pages ('Saturday night at the movies' and 'Highway patrol')
Box 11, Folder 6Notes for 'Saturday night at the movies'
Box 11, Folder 7Notes for 'Highway patrol'
Box 11, Folder 8Manuscript, notebooks 7-8 ('Manic maverick')
Box 12, Folder 1Typescript, with manuscript revisions, pages 1-189 (plus 3), November 29, 1997
Box 12, Folder 2Typescript, with comments from David Foster Wallace
Box 12, Folder 3Advance uncorrected galleys
3 items

Box 12, Folder 4-6Reviews, 1998-present
Box 12, Folder 7Interviews and public appearances
Box 13, Volume 1"TV scandal [from Memories of my father watching TV]." Coe Review 24 (1994):57-79
Complete issue

Box 13, Volume 2From "Memories of my father watching TV." Iowa Review 24:2 (1994):244-255
Two complete issues

Box 13, Volume 3From "Memories of my father watching TV." Transgressions: The Iowa Anthology of Innovative Fiction. Ed. Lee Montgomery, Mary Hussman, and David Hamilton. Iowa City, Iowa: U of Iowa P, 1994. 244-255
Complete issue

Box 13, Volume 4"Have gun – will travel [from Memories of my father watching TV]." Santa Monica Review 7:2 (Spring 1995):37-55
Complete issue

Box 13, Volume 5"Manic maverick [from Memories of my father watching TV]." Iowa Review 27:1 (1997):89-112
See also Box 25 for other excerpts
Complete issue

Subseries VII: Requiem, 2001
Novel

Box 14, Folder 1-3Manuscript, notebooks 1-9, plus loose pages
Box 14, Folder 4-5Typescript, with manuscript revisions
Box 15, Folder 1Bound typescript, with manuscript revisions, pages 1-225
Box 15, Folder 2Galley, with corrections, 2001
Box 15, Folder 3Advance uncorrected galley, with author corrections, 2001
Box 15, Folder 4Reviews
Box 15, Folder 5Interviews and public appearances
Subseries VIII: The middle mind
Essay, 2001; Non-fiction, 2003

Box 16, Folder 1-2Manuscript, notebooks 1-4, loose pages
Box 16, Folder 3"The middle mind: first a brain wash, then freedom of speech"
Self-review

Box 16, Folder 4"The new censorship [from The middle mind: why Americans don't think for themselves]." Harper's 307:1839 (August 2003):15-20
Complete issue

Box 16, Volume 1Excerpt, "The great American disaster machine." Science, Technology, and the Humanities in Recent American Fiction (Arbeiten zur Amerikanistik 36)
Editors, Peter Freese and Charles B. Harris. Essen: Verlag Die Blaue Eule, 2004. 585-601. Complete issue.

Box 16, Volume 2Excerpt, "The great American disaster machine." The Holodeck in the Garden
Editors Peter Freese and Charles B. Harris. Normal, Illinois and London: Dalkey Archive Press, 2004. 130-140. Complete issue.

Box 17, Folder 1-3, 5-6, 8Reviews, 2001-present
Box 17, Folder 4Reviews, ELLE, September 2003
Box 17, Folder 7Reviews, Amazon.com, 2003-2004
Box 17, Folder 9Interviews
Box 17, Folder 10Cover design
Box 17, Folder 11Advertising
Box 17, Folder 12Public appearances
Subseries IX: America's magic mountain, 2004
Novel

Box 18, Folder 1-3Manuscript, notebooks 1-7, plus loose pages, undated
Box 18, Folder 4Manuscript, notebooks 1-3, beginning January 3, 1996
Box 18, Folder 5Manuscript, notebooks 4-6, beginning February 21, 1996
Box 18, Folder 6Advance uncorrected galley, 2004
Box 18, Folder 7Cover design
Box 18, Folder 8Reviews and public appearances
Box 19, Volume 1From "America's magic mountain." Gargoyle 41 (1998):348-350
Complete issue

Box 19, Volume 2From "America's magic mountain." Salt Hill 8 (1999):75-90
Complete issue

Box 19, Volume 3From "America's magic mountain." Mandorla 7 (Spring 2004):180-192
Complete issue

Subseries X: The spirit of disobedience, 2007
Non-fiction

Box 20, Folder 1Manuscript, two notebooks and loose pages
Box 20, Folder 2Typescript with manuscript revisions
Box 20, Folder 3Interviews
Box 20, Folder 4Reviews
Box 20, Folder 5Advertising and public appearances
Subseries XI: Unpublished novels
Box 21, Folder 1The locked room - typescript with manuscript revisions
Novella

Box 21, Folder 2Malice – Manuscript
Box 21, Folder 3Mirror anarchy – Manuscript
Box 21, Folder 4Mirror anarchy – Typescript with manuscript revisions
Box 21, Folder 5Mirror anarchy – Excerpt, typescript with manuscript revisions
Subseries XII: Edited and co-edited works
Box 22, Folder 1American made (1986) – Advertising and reviews
Box 22, Folder 2An illuminated history of the future (1989) – Awards
Box 22, Folder 3In the slipstream: an FC2 reader (1999) – Complete volume
Box 22, Folder 4In the slipstream: an FC2 reader (1999) – Reviews
Box 22, Folder 5Context (1999) – Reviews
Subseries XIII: Undergraduate and graduate writing
Box 23, Folder 1Fiction written as an undergraduate
Box 23, Folder 2Essays, 1973-1974
Box 23, Folder 3"Things possible," submission to The Johns Hopkins University for Masters of Arts, 1974
Bound typescript

Box 23, Folder 4Essays, 1975-1979
Box 23, Folder 5"Some post-generic reflections on satire"
Box 23, Folder 6"Idealism and the problem of a Marxist philosophy of language, ideology and the subject"
Box 23, Folder 7"Life and/or the intellect: the perplexing lesson of Henry James' short fictions"
Box 23, Folder 8Ph.D. comprehensive exams and essays
Subseries XIV: Essays, 1980-present
Box 24, Folder 1Essays, 1980-1989
"Lawrence Stern's 'Good-humoured, Shandean book' on the problem of subjectivity"
Submission for Midwest Modern Language Association Convention, Nov. 5-7, 1981; typescript w/ manuscript revisions

"Academic fiction"
Pikestaff Forum 5 (Spring 1983):32-33; typescript w/ manuscript revisions

"A literature in opposition reconstructing the future, part I"
American Book Review 9:2 (March/April 1987):3-4; manuscript, typescript and photocopy of printed article

"A literature in opposition reconstructing the future, part II"
American Book Review 9:3 (May-June/July-August 1987):10, 21; manuscript, typescript and photocopy of printed article

Box 24, Folder 2Essays, 1990-1999
"The war against theory"
American Book Review 13:6 (February/March 1992):4, 24; typescript and photocopy of printed article

"Marcuse and the postmodern: a motive for Marx"
Current Perspectives in Social Theory 13 (1993):93-107; offprint, 2 copies]

"An essay-simulacrum on avant-pop", circa 1994
Typescript

"Writing the life postmodern", circa mid-1990s
Manuscript and typescript

"Them, meaning us", 1996
Alt-X. Printout of article from internet

"I am an artist; I make beautiful things: a credo of sorts concerning the new beauty"
The Review of Contemporary Fiction 18:2. Ed. Curtis White and Milorad Pavic. Normal, Illinois: Review of Contemporary Fiction / Dalkey Archive Press, Summer 1998. 37-46; manuscript

Box 24, Folder 3Essays, 2000-2005
"Beyond the horizon"
Chicago Tribune Books (April 30, 2000): 14:3,6; news clipping

"Kid adorno"
Context 6 (Winter 2001):20-21; manuscript and typescript

"Jezebel shall be like dung in the field"
New York Press 14:24 (June 13-19, 2001):26, 28; photocopy

"Stupidity: a birthright"
Hartford Courant (January 20, 2002): G6; news clipping

"The higher cost of education: public university student should see more state financial aid dollars"
The Pantagraph (May 12, 2002): C1, C6; news clipping

"Prior to the spring of 2002, I had spent my creative life working. . .", circa 2002
Manuscript

"Coming to a polling place near you!: Defeat by stupidity"
New York Times (November 4, 2004): pg. unknown; manuscript

Box 24, Folder 4Essays, 2006-present
"The idols of environmentalism"
Harper's (August 2007):13-18; photocopy

"Hot air gods"
Harper's (December 2007):13-15; photocopy

"American unhappiness?", circa 2008
First draft, manuscript and typescript with manuscript revisions

"Economic thought-worlds and the crisis of being", circa 2008
Manuscript

"During a recent lengthy bout with the flu, … [re: The Wire]", circa 2008
Manuscript

"A justice whose name is legion", circa 2008
Manuscript and typescript with manuscript revisions

Introduction to Philip Wylie's Generation of Vipers, circa 2008
Manuscript and typescript with manuscript revisions

Box 24, Folder 5"The idols of environmentalism" and "Ecology of work"
Essays in Orion (March/April and May/June 2007); complete issue, photocopy and printout from internet

Box 24, Folder 6Orion essay, e-mails between Hal Clifford and Curtis White
Box 24, Folder 7Essays, date unknown
"Ward Churchill and the paradox of the Holy Whore"
Manuscript

"In the context of no context, My Pilgrim's Progress"
Manuscript

"The magic cripple: an afterward"
Manuscript

"While re-reading the poetry of William Blake recently. . ."
Manuscript

"Our current crisis in relation to international violence. . . / Never before have Americans felt that their future. . ."
Manuscript

"A general understanding of James' life . . ."
Manuscript

"Postmodernism: the literature of monstrous possibility"
Typescript with manuscript revisions

Box 24, Folder 8Notebook, date unknown
Subseries XV: The barbaric heart, 2009
Non-fiction

Box 24a, Folder 1The barbaric heart: faith, money and the crisis of nature. Introduction, 2008
Typescript with manuscript revisions

Box 24a, Folder 2The barbaric heart: faith, money and the crisis of nature. Complete draft, 2008
Typescript with manuscript revisions

Box 24a, Folder 3"Chapter 4: Sustainability: a good without light", circa 2008
Typescript with manuscript revisions (essay)

Box 24a, Folder 4"Sustainability: a good without light." Eco City International Conference, April 2008, San Francisco
Typescript with manuscript revisions (talk)

Box 24a, Folder 5"The barbaric heart: capitalism and the crisis of nature"
Orion (May/June 2009): Printout from the internet: http://www.orionmagazine.org/index.php/articles/article/4680/

Box 24a, Folder 6Online discussion, including Curtis White's comments, on the essay, "The barbaric heart"
http://www.orionmagazine.org/index.php/articles/discuss/4680/

Series III: Printed material
Subseries I: Printed essays
Box 25BookForum 7:4 (Winter 2000) and 9:2 (Summer 2002)
Articles written by CW; see Bibliography for more information

Box 25Context 1-10 (Fall 1999-Winter 2002)
Numerous articles by CW; see Bibliography for more information

Box 25Exquisite corpse, issues 33-41, 43, 47, 50, 58 (1991-1996); Index (1983-1994)
Numerous book reviews written by Curtis White; see Bibliography for more information

Box 25New York Press, July 1-7, 1998
Excerpt from Memories of My Father Watching TV] and 14:46 (November 14-20, 2001) [article about CW]

Box 25Pikestaff forum 5, Spring 1983
Review of Heretical Songs and article written by CW; see Bibliography for more information

Box 25Village voice 48:49 (December 3-9, 2003); 49:41 (October 13-19, 2004); and 50:8 (February 23 – March 1, 2005)
Articles written by CW; see Bibliography for more information

Subseries II: Reviews written by Curtis White
Box 26, Folder 1Reviews, 1980-1989
Typescript and correspondence

Box 26, Folder 2"Runyon, Randolph, Fowles/Irving/Barthes." SubStance 36 (1982):90-92
Photocopied typescript and complete issue

Box 26, Folder 3"Little Caesar." Literary Magazine Review 2:3 (Fall 1983):21-23
Photocopied typescript, correspondence and complete issue

Box 26, Folder 4"Klinkowitz, Jerome. The self-apparent word." SubStance 47 (1985):106-108
Photocopied typescript and complete issue

Box 26, Folder 5Reviews from Exquisite corpse, 1992-1995
Box 26, Folder 6Reviews, 1990-present
Subseries III: Works by other authors
Box 27, Folder 6Works by other authors
Box 27, Folder 7Review of innovations, in which Curtis White's "Bonanza" appeared, 1998
Series IV: Ephemera
Subseries I: Educational materials
Box 30, Folder 1San Lorenzo unified diploma of graduation, June 1965
Box 30, Folder 2Awards received at San Lorenzo High School, June 1969
Bank of America Achievement Award in the field of Social Science, May 16, 1969
Certificate of Achievement, San Lorenzo High School Teachers Association, with honors in Social Studies, June 1969
Scholarship Certificate of Award, San Lorenzo Rotary Club, June 1969
San Lorenzo High School Varsity Award in Golf, 1969 Season
Box 30, Folder 3ACT scores and booklet, 1968-69 school year
Box 30, Folder 4San Lorenzo high school diploma of graduation, June 12, 1969
Includes transcript from 1968-69 school year, commencement program, and graduation tassel.

Box 30, Folder 5Newspaper articles
"San Lorenzo High to Graduate 440 Seniors." The Daily Review, June 5, 1969
"White's Squeeze Bunt Wins for Slakey Bros." Publication unknown
"Rebels With Cause." The Daily Review (undated):22
"Democracy and Disobedience." Oakland Tribune, February 12, 1969
"Graduation Nears For Class of '69." Rebel Record, June 5, 1969
"The 1969 Graduating Class of San Lorenzo High School." The Hayward Journal, June 11, 1969:25
Box 30, Folder 6Acceptance letter from University of San Francisco, March 31, 1969, and other various USF correspondence, March-April, 1969
Box 30, Folder 7College scholarship letters/financial aid notifications, April-June 1969
Box 30, Folder 8Miscellaneous memorabilia from the University of San Francisco
USF English exam booklet, March 23, 1970
"Uptight with the draft?" flyer, Vietnam Summer Draft Project
"A Comparison of the Principal and Practice of Thoreau's "Civil Disobedience" with Today's Civil Disobedience," undated
Typescript, with manuscript revisions

Box 31, Folder 1University of San Francisco bachelor's degree, 1973, with the 114th Annual Commencement Exercises of the University of San Francisco program, May 27, 1973
Box 31, Folder 2"Journal of a trip in retrospect", 1973
Typescript

Box 31, Folder 3University of Iowa Doctor of Philosophy degree, 1979
Box 31, Folder 4Illinois State University – lecture notes
Box 31, Folder 5Illinois State University – distinguished professor nomination
Box 31, Folder 6Dalkey Archive Press, news clippings
Folder 1Master of Arts diploma from The Johns Hopkins University, 1974
Stored in oversize folder

Subseries II: Marion Bowler, great aunt of Curtis White
Box 32, Folder 1Bowler, Marion. The odd one. Port Washington, New York: Ashley Books, 1979
Box 32, Folder 2The odd one
Typescripts and manuscripts

Box 32, Folder 3Short stories and articles written by Marion Bowler
Box 32, Folder 4World War I memorabilia
Box 32, Folder 5-6WWI diaries, 1918
Volume 1-2 (loose items removed from diary also housed in these folders)

Box 32, Folder 7Correspondence
Box 32, Folder 8Postcards
Box 32, Folder 9Photographs
Box 32, Folder 10Romain Rolland ephemera
Subseries III: Miscellaneous
Box 25Howdy Doody poster, 1955
Box 31, Folder 7Photographs
Box 31, Folder 8Drawings of Curtis White
Box 31, Folder 9Curriculum vitae & biographical information from the internet
Box 33Wilma White Graves' (White's aunt) narrative of CW's father's side of the family
Box 33CW's rebound copy of Ulysses that he used in Hugh Kenna's Joyce Seminar at Johns Hopkins, Fall 1973
Box 33Books owned by Helen "Nellie" Jane Pierson, October 27, 1855
A note written to White says: "Born in 1843, your great-great grandmother, mother of Cora Belle Bryant and Marion E. Bowler."

Box 33Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Pocket R.L.S. Being Favourite Passages from the Works of Stevenson. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907
Box 33[Anonymous.] Memoir of Caroline Morin of Orleans, France, who died at Boston, 1853. New York: American Tract Society, [1850-1859?]
Box 33Waddel, Moses. Memoirs of Caroline Elizabeth Smelt. New York: American Tract Society, 1818
Box 33Elliot, Samuel H. Emily Maria: A True Narrative. New York: American Tract Society, [1842-1869?]
Box 33Rolland, Romain. Liluli. Paris: Librairie Ollendorff, 1920
Series V: Interviews
Box 27, Folder 1Interviews – Moore, Patrick and Kay Elewski. "Curtis White Interview." Ink 2:1 (1988):22-28
Complete issue

Box 27, Folder 2Interviews – Sukenick, Ron. "Is realism 'state fiction?': A conversation between Curtis White and Ron Sukenick." Colorado Review 15:2 (Fall / Winter 1988):1-12
Complete issue

Box 27, Folder 3Interviews – "Fiction's future." ANQ 5:4 (October 1992):250-252, and essay by Jeff Baker which mentions the ANQ article
Box 27, Folder 4Interviews – Bachman, Tracy J. "A conversation with Curtis White." Northridge Review (Spring 2002): 39-44
Complete issue

Box 27, Folder 5Miscellaneous interviews
Box 28Curtis White, Dalkey Archive Press copy, undated
Audiocassette

Box 28Curtis White, 6LT, undated
Audiocassette

Box 28WGLT, Curtis White interview, undated
Audiocassette

Box 28Live from Prairie Lights. "The Iowa anthology" program, August 26, 1994
Box 28Open Books, A conversation with Curtis White, Requiem, with host Donna Seaman, December 2001. Air date: January 13, 2002
Box 28KCRW 89.9's Bookworm, with Curtis White, April 4, 2002
Box 28KCRW 89.9's Bookworm, Curtis White at Santa Monica College, undated
Audiocassette

Box 28Day 2 Day, Middle Mind, 030918, undated
Compact disc

Box 28Spirit of disobedience, undated
Compact disc

Box 28All American talk radio, with Curtis White, October 27, 2003
Compact disc

Box 28The Paula Gordon show. Imaginations, with Curtis White, 2004
Compact disc

Box 29Curt: You've changed, undated
Videocassette

Box 29Curtis at Cody's, undated
Videocassette

Box 29Have gun – will travel, with Richard Boone, undated
Two episodes, approximately 60 minutes, Classic television
Videocassette

Box 29Temple University, Office of Television Services, Poets & writers series, Curtis White, Channel 55 air copy, March 25, 1993
Videocassette

Box 29Beyond human. Joe Morton, Thomas Lucas, and Rob Goldberg. PBS, 2001
Videocassette

Box 29Curtis White, The middle mind, Powell's Books, November 25, 2003
Videocassette

Box 29Curt's research tape, undated
VHS videocassette

Box 29Curtis White, TV interview re: NEA, undated
VHS videocassette

Series VI: Speeches and presentations
Box 34, Folder 1Talk on postmodernism
Box 34, Folder 2Address to Illinois [?] Conference on the Fiction Collective, undated
Typescript with manuscript revisions

Box 34, Folder 3Speech on the state of contemporary literature, delivered at Southern Methodist University, undated
Typescript with manuscript revisions

Box 34, Folder 4Speech on the state of contemporary literature, delivered at Boston University, undated
Typescript

Box 34, Folder 5"Theory, fiction, spirit: a comrade in the underground party of utopia responds to Fredric Jameson," delivered at the University of Colorado, undated
Typescript

Box 34, Folder 6Carbondale lecture, undated
Typescript

Box 34, Folder 7"Theses on the spirit of disobedience: take back your emptiness," undated
Typescript

Box 34, Folder 8Introduction for Cecil Giscombe, Normal, IL, March 4, 2008
Mmanuscript

Box 34, Folder 9Presentation made by White (as chair of the Faculty Advisory Council) to the Illinois Board of Higher Education, April 1, 2008
Box 34, Folder 10David Wallace memorial, Normal, IL, November 1, 2008
Typescript

Box 34, Folder 11Humanities / honors key note address, November 1, 2008
Manuscript and typescript

Box 34, Folder 12Proposal for humanities project, "An annual series of courses offered through IDS in the General Education program. . .", circa 2008
Manuscript

Series VII: Bibliography
Subseries I: Novels
The Idea of Home. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon Press, 1992
Anarcho-Hindu. Normal, Illinois: Fiction Collective Two, 1995
Memories of My Father Watching TV. Normal, Illinois and London: Dalkey Archive Press, 1998.
Requiem. Normal, Illinois and London: Dalkey Archive Press, 2001
America's Magic Mountain. Normal, Illinois and London: Dalkey Archive Press, 2004.
Souvenirs de mon pere mort devant la télé. Translated by Bernard Hœpffner. Paris: Le Cherche Midi, 2005.
Subseries II: Non-fiction
Monstrous Possibility: An Invitation to Literary Politics. Normal, Illinois: Dalkey Archive Press, 1998.
The Middle Mind: Why Americans Don't Think For Themselves. New York; San Francisco: HarperCollins, 2003.
Het Doorsneedenken:Een cultuurkritiek. Translated by Meile Snijders. Amsterdam Antwerp: Uitgeverij de Arbeiderspers, 2003.
A Mente Mediana: Por que deixamos de pensar por nós mesmos. Translated by Luis Roberto Mendes Gonçalves. São Paolo: Francis, 2004.
The Middle Mind:Why Consumer Culture is Turning Us Into the Living Dead. London: Penguin, 2005.
The Spirit of Disobedience: Resisting the Charms of Fake Politics, Mindless Consumption, and the Culture of Total Work. Sausalito, California: PoliPointPress, 2007.
Subseries III: Short stories
Heretical Songs. New York: Fiction Collective, 1980.
Metaphysics in the Midwest. Los Angeles: Sun Moon Press, 1988.
Subseries IV: Articles and essays
"Fragment." San Francisco Quarterly 9:2 (Spring 1973): 52.
"from Poems I-VII,III." San Francisco Quarterly 9:2 (Spring 1973):53.
"The Dawn At Dusk." San Francisco Quarterly 9:2 (Spring 1973):21-27.
"Mahler's Last Symphony." Southwest Review 61:1 (Winter 1976):39-47.
"The Poet's Sister." Iowa Journal of Literary Studies 2:1 (Winter 1978):49-56.
"The Poet's Sister." Cimarron Review 46 (January 1979):17-23.
"A Species of Fish Tale." Buffalo Spree 13:1 (Spring 1979):96-108.
"Life and/or the Intellect: the Perplexing Lesson of Henry James' Short Fictions." N.p., c.1980s. [23:7, TS w/ MS revisions]
"Lawrence Stern's 'Good-humoured, Shandean Book' on the Problem of Subjectivity." N.p., n.d. [submission for Midwest Modern Language Association Convention, Nov. 5-7, 1981; 24:1, TS w/ MS revisions]
"Academic Fiction." Pikestaff Forum 5 (Spring 1983):32-33. [24:1, TS; Box 25, CI]
"Mirror Anarchy." Karamu 8:2 (Fall 1983):15-28.
"More Crimes Against the People of Illinois." Canard Anthology. Ed. Donald Purviance. La Jolla, CA: Canard Foundation, 1983. 1-18.
"A Disciplined Life." Fiction International 15:1 (1984):79-91.
"Italo Calvino and What's Next: The Literature of Monstrous Possibility." Iowa Review 14:3 (1984):128-139.
"The Order of Virility." Epoch 34:3 (1984-1985):200-209.
"Concerning My Master's Misery." Karamu 10:1 (Fall 1986):4-9.
"Critical Theory." Another Chicago Magazine 17 (1987):113-126.
"A Literature in Opposition Reconstructing the Future, Part I." American Book Review 9:2 (March/April 1987):3-4. [24:1, MS, TS, PH]
"A Literature in Opposition Reconstructing the Future, Part II." American Book Review 9:3 (May-June/July-August 1987):10, 21. [24:1, MS, TS, PH]
"You've Changed." Fiction International 18:1 (Spring 1988):125-135.
"Tales of the Hippies." Witness 3:2-3 (Summer/Fall 1989):136-146.
"In Thailand: A Prefatory Parable." An Illuminated History of the Future. Ed. Curtis White. Boulder, Co; Normal, IL; Brooklyn, NY: Illinois State University / Fiction Collective Two, 1989. 9-14.
"Teaching Writing." Mississippi Review 19:1-2 (1990):339-337.
"AIDS, Pure War and "Being-Queer in America." David Wojnarowicz: Tongues of Flame. Exhibition organized by Barry Blinderman. Normal, Illinois: University Galleries of Illinois State University, 1990. 17-19.
"A Post-metaphysical Theo-logic: Hegel and Postmodernity." Germany and German Thought in American Literature and Cultural Criticism (Arbeiten zur Amerikanistik 6). Ed. Peter Freese. Essen: Verlag Die Blaue Eule, 1990. 485-515.
"History is the Debris of Duality." Exquisite Corpse 31 (1991):26-27. [Box 25, CI]
"Four Theses on the Fate of the Sixties." Clockwatch Review Light 7:1-2 (1991/1992):121-130.
"The War Against Theory." American Book Review 13:6 (February/March 1992):4, 24. [24:2, TS PC]
"The War Against Theory." Mediations 16:2 (May 1992):60-64.
"Marcuse and the Postmodern: A Motive for Marx." Current Perspectives in Social Theory 13 (1993):93-107. [24:2, Offprint, 2 copies]
"Sea Hunt." Exquisite Corpse 50 (1994/1995):24. [Box 25, CI]
"An Essay-Simulacrum on Avant-Pop." N.p., c.1994. [24:2, TS]
"Writing the Life Postmodern." N.p., c.mid-1990s. [24:2, MS TS]
"[Letter to Barry Blinderman] Forum on Political Correctness." Fiction International 27 (1995):32-36.
"Bonanza." After Yesterday's Crash: The Avant-Pop Anthology. Ed. Larry McCaffery. New York: Penguin, 1995. 284-294.
"Them, Meaning Us." Alt-X. 1996. http://www.altx.com/EBR/EBR2/2WHITE.HTM [24:2, PO]
"I Am an Artist; I Make Beautiful Things: A Credo of Sorts Concerning the New Beauty." The Review of Contemporary Fiction 18:2. Ed. Curtis White and Milorad Pavić. Normal, Illinois: Review of Contemporary Fiction / Dalkey Archive Press, Summer 1998. 37-46. [24:2, MS]
"Bonanza." Innovations. Ed. Robert L. McLaughlin. Normal, Illinois and London: Dalkey Archive Press, 1998. 199-219.
"Introduction [with Ronald Sukenick]." In the Slipstream: An FC2 Reader. Ed. Ronald Sukenick and Curtis White. Normal, Illinois: Fiction Collective Two, 1999. 19-23.
"The Wrong Idea." Bookforum 7:4 (Winter 2000):34-35, 51-52. [Box 25, CI]
"Requiem for a Dead White Male, Part I." Context 2 (Winter 2000):14-15. [Box 25, CI]
"Requiem for a Dead White Male, Part II." Context 3 (Spring 2000):14. [Box 25, CI]
"Beyond the Horizon." Chicago Tribune Books (April 30, 2000): 14:3,6. [24:3, NC]
"Concerning Cold Children." Context 4 (Summer 2000):16-17. [Box 25, CI]
"Whatever, Dude." Context 5 (Fall 2000):16-17. [Box 25, CI]
"Kid Adorno." Context 6 (Winter 2001):20-21. [24:3, MS TS; Box 25, CI]
"All That You Know Not to Be Is Utterly Real, Part I." Context 7 (Spring 2001):17-18. [Box 25, CI]
"All That You Know Not to Be Is Utterly Real, Part II." Context 8 (Summer 2001):15-16. [Box 25, CI]
"Jezebel Shall Be Like Dung in the Field." New York Press 14:24 (June 13-19, 2001):26, 28. [24:3, PC]
"The Middle Mind." Context 9 (Fall 2001):16-17. [Box 25, CI]
"Our Pure War with Islam." Context 10 (Winter 2002):18-19. [Box 25, CI]
"Stupidity: A Birthright." Hartford Courant (January 20, 2002): G6. [24:3, NC]
"The Middle Mind." Harper's 304:1822 (March 2002):15-19.
"The Higher Cost of Education: Public University Student Should See More State Financial Aid Dollars."The Pantagraph (May 12, 2002): C1, C6. [24:3, NC]
"Your Aunt is Dead." Bridge 1:4 (Spring/Summer 2002):78-81.
"The Right Reverend Phenues Boyle Discourses on Family Dynasties." Boulevard 52 (2002):111-117.
"Prior to the spring of 2002, I had spent my creative life working. . ." N.p., c.2002. [24:3, MS]
"Concerning Sotoligarchy." Village Voice 48:49 (December 3-9, 2003):56. [Box 25, CI]
"Nowhere Men." In These Times 28:11 (April 26, 2004):31-32.
"Faith Off (Broken promises: deciphering the success of The da Vinci Code')." Village Voice 49:41 (October 13-19, 2004):85. [Box 25, CI]
"Coming to a Polling Place Near You!: Defeat by Stupidity." New York Times (November 4, 2004): pg. unknown. [24:3, MS]
"Ratio Nation." In These Times 29:4 (January 17, 2005):24-25.
"Chickening Out." Village Voice 50:8 (February 23-March 1, 2005):16. [Box 25, CI]
"Middle Mind Your Own Business." Stop Smiling 22 (2005):78-81.
"Broken Promises: Deciphering the Success of The Da Vinci Code." Secrets of the Code: The Unauthorized Guide to the Mysteries Behind the Da Vinci Code. Ed. Dan Burstein. Cambridge, Massachusetts: CDS Books, 2006. 420-423.
"Made in (20th Century) England." Stop Smiling 26 (2006):100-101.
"The Spirit of Disobedience: An invitation to resistance." Harper's 312:1871 (April 2006):31-40.
"The Idols of Environmentalism." Orion (March/April 2007):18-23. [24:5, CI]
"Ecology of Work." Orion (May/June 2007):27-33. See also:
"The Idols of Environmentalism." Harper's (August 2007):13-18. {24:4, PC]
"Hot Air Gods." Harper's (December 2007):13-15. [24:4, PC]
"Theses on the Spirit of Disobedience: Take Back Your Emptiness." [United States : s.n., 2007?]
"Take Back Your Emptiness." Tin House 10:1 (Fall 2008):209-212.
"American Unhappiness?," 1st draft, c. 2008. [24:4, MS and TS w/ MS revisions]
"Economic Thought-Worlds and the Crisis of Being," c.2008. [24:4, MS]
"During a recent lengthy bout with the flu, … [re: The Wire]", c. 2008.[24:4, MS]
"A Justice Whose Name is Legion," c. 2008. [24:4, MS and TS w/ MS revisions]
"Ward Churchill and the Paradox of the Holy Whore." N.p., n.d. [24:7, MS]
"In the Context of No Context, My Pilgrim's Progress." N.p., n.d. [24:7, MS]
The Magic Cripple: an afterward." N.p., n.d. [24:7, MS TS w/ MS revisions]
"While re-reading the poetry of William Blake recently. . ." N.p., n.d. [24:7, MS]
"Our current crisis in relation to international violence. . . / Never before have Americans felt that their future. . ." N.p., n.d. [24:7, MS]
"A general understanding of James' life . . ." N.p., n.d. [24:7, MS]
"Postmodernism: the Literature of Monstrous Possibility." N.p., n.d. [24:7, TS]
Subseries V: Edited and co-edited works
American Made: New Fiction from the Fiction Collective. Mark Leyner, Curtis White, and Thomas Glynn, eds. Illinois: Fiction Collective 2, 1986.
An Illuminated History of the Future. Ed. Curtis White. Boulder, Co; Normal, IL; Brooklyn, NY: Illinois State University / Fiction Collective Two, 1989.
The Review of Contemporary Fiction 18:2. Ed. Curtis White and Milorad Pavić. Normal, Illinois: Review of Contemporary Fiction / Dalkey Archive Press, Summer 1998.
In the Slipstream: An FC2 Reader. Ed. Ronald Sukenick and Curtis White. Normal, Illinois: Fiction Collective Two, 1999. [22:3, CI]
Subseries VI: Introductions by Curtis White
Wylie, Philip. Generation of Vipers. Dalkey Archive Press, 2007.
Subseries VII: Afterwords by Curtis White
Elkin, Stanley. The Living End. Normal, Illinois: Dalkey Archive Press, 2004.
Subseries VIII: Book reviews by White
"Runyon, Randolph, Fowles/Irving/Barthes." SubStance 36 (1982):90-92. [26:2, TS CI]
"Little Caesar." Literary Magazine Review 2:3 (Fall 1983):21-23. [26:3, TS CI]
"Klinkowitz, Jerome. The Self-Apparent Word." SubStance 47 (1985):106-108. [26:4, TS CI]
"The Late Word (Thirty Thousand Adventures, by F.A. Manaugh, Times-Mirror Press; The Effects of Atomic Weapons, Atomic Energy Commission, Washington, D.C.; Oakland: A History, by Grant D. Miller of Grant D. Miller Mortuaries, Inc. The Pictorial Family Annual, edited by Robert Sears, Robert Sears)." Exquisite Corpse 34 (1992):24. [26:5, TS; Box 25, CI]
"The Late Word (Hogg, by Samuel R. Delany, unpublished; Top Top Stories, edited by Anne Turyn, City Lights Books; Under the Shadow, by Gilbert Sorrentino, Dalkey Archive Press)." Exquisite Corpse 35 (1992):19. [26:5, TS; Box 25, CI]
"The Late Word (Generation X, by Douglas Copeland, St. Martin's Press; Marx's Radical Critique of Capitalist Society, by N. Scott Arnold, Oxford UP)." Exquisite Corpse 36 (May-June 1992):27. [26:5, TS; Box 25, CI]
"The Late Word, Why I Didn't Renew my Subscription to The Nation." Exquisite Corpse 37 (July-August 1992):19. [26:5, TS; Box 25, CI]
"The Late Word (By the Way Side, by Jeff Putnam, Baskerville Publications; Storming the Reality Studio, edited by Larry McCaffery, Duke UP)." Exquisite Corpse 38 (September-November 1992):27. [26:5, TS; Box 25, CI]
"The Late Word (Fire the Bastards, by Jack Green, Dalkey Archive Press; The Heirs of Columbus, by Gerald Vizenor, Wesleyan UP/UP of New England; Close to the Knives, by David Wojnarowicz, Random House)." Exquisite Corpse 39 (1992):26. [Box 25, CI]
"The Late Word (The Mind's Eye, A Computer Animation Odyssey, Miramar Productions; Negative Space, a computerized video novel, by Holly Franking, Diskotech, inc.; Et Tu, Babe, by Mark Leyner, Harmony Books)." Exquisite Corpse 40 (1993):39. [26:5, TS; Box 25, CI]
"The Late Word (The Blindfold, by Siri Hustvedt, Poseidon; Days Between Stations, by Steve Erickson, Poseidon; Tintin in the New World, Frederic Tuten, Morrow)." Exquisite Corpse 41 (1993):23. [26:5, MS TS; Box 25, CI]
"The Late Word (The 1992 Project Censored Yearbook, edited by Carl Jensen, Shelburne Press)." Exquisite Corpse 42 (1993):19. [26:5, TS PC]
"The Late Word (Pornography/Censorship, a special issue of Fiction International #22, edited by Harold Jaffe, Larry McCaffery, Mel Freilicher, San Diego State University)." Exquisite Corpse 43 (1993):19. [26:5, TS; Box 25, CI]
"The Late Word (Highway Patrol, starring Broderick Crawford, ZIV Television Programs)." Exquisite Corpse 44 (1993):31. [26:5, TS PC]
"The Late Word (Ava, by Carol Maso, Dalkey Archive Press; My Horse, by Stacey Levine, Sun and Moon)." Exquisite Corpse 45 (1993?):39. [26:5, PC]
"The Late Word (Street Zen: The Life and Work of Issan Dorsey, by David Schneider, Shambala; The Brooklyn Book of the Dead, by Michael Stephens, Dalkey Archive Press; The Tibetan Book of the Dead, translated with commentary by Francesca Fremantle and Chogyam Trungpa, Shambala)." Exquisite Corpse 47 (1994):24-25. [26:5, TS; Box 25, CI]
"The Late Word (The Future Lasts Forever, by Louis Althusser, The New Press)." Exquisite Corpse 48 (1994):28. [26:5, MS, TS PC]
"Anarcho-Hindu [Self-Review]." Fiction International 28 (1995):187-190.
"The Late Word (The Stories of Stephen Dixon, by Stephen Dixon, Henry Holt; Sound on Sound, by Christopher Sorrention, Dalkey Archive Press)." Exquisite Corpse (c. 1995). [26:5, TS]
"The Late Word (A Little Hungarian Pornography, by Peter Esterhazy, Northwestern UP)." Exquisite Corpse 58 (1996):39-40. [Box 25, CI]
"The Conquest of Cool, by Thomas Frank, University of Chicago." (Pub info unknown, c.1997.) [26:6, TS]
"Consumers Like Us." Bookforum 9:2 (Summer 2002):44-45. [Box 25, CI]
"Web of Deceit (The Egg Code, by Mike Heppner)." Book World (June 30, 2002): 7. {26:6, NC]
"Against the Machine: the Hidden Luddite Tradition in Literature, Art, and Individual Lives, Nicols Fox, Island Press, 1992, and Free Thinkers: a History of American Secularism, Susan Jacoby, Metropolitan Books, 2004." (Pub info unknown, c.2004.) [26:6, TS]
Subseries IX: Excerpts from Novels
"from Anarcho-Hindu." Black Ice 9 (1992):72-79. [9:3, CI]
"from Memories of My Father Watching TV." Iowa Review 24:2 (1994):244-255. [Box 13, CI, 2 copies]
"TV Scandal [from Memories of My Father Watching TV]." Coe Review 24 (1994):57-79. [Box 13, CI]
"from Memories of My Father Watching TV." Transgressions: The Iowa Anthology of Innovative Fiction. Ed. Lee Montgomery, Mary Hussman, and David Hamilton. Iowa City, Iowa: U of Iowa P, 1994. 244-255. [Box 13, CI]
"Have Gun – Will Travel [from Memories of My Father Watching TV]." Santa Monica Review 7:2 (Spring 1995):37-55. [Box 13, CI]
"from Anarcho-Hindu." Private Arts 10 (Spring 1996):236-261. [9:4, CI]
"Manic Maverick [from Memories of My Father Watching TV]." Iowa Review 27:1 (1997):89-112. [Box 13, CI]
"from America's Magic Mountain." Gargoyle 41 (1998):348-350. [Box 19, CI]
"Combat [from Memories of My Father Watching TV]." New York Press (July 1-7, 1998): 5-6. [Box 25, CI]
"from America's Magic Mountain." The Review of Contemporary Fiction 18:2. Ed. Curtis White and Milorad Pavić. Normal, Illinois: Review of Contemporary Fiction / Dalkey Archive Press, Summer 1998. 47-56.
"Combat: from Memories of My Father Watching TV." Postmodern American Fiction. Ed. Paul Geyh, Fred G. Leebron, Andrew Levy. New York and London: W. W. Norton Co.,1998. 255-263.
"from America's Magic Mountain." Salt Hill 8 (1999):75-90. [Box 19, CI]
"Saving Private Ryan: Don't try to do no thinkin'!" Context 1 (Fall 1999):14-15. [Box 25, CI]
"The New Censorship [from The Middle Mind: Why Americans Don't Think for Themselves]." Harper's 307:1839 (August 2003):15-20. [16:4, CI]
"from America's Magic Mountain." Mandorla 7 (Spring 2004):180-192. [Box 19, CI]
"The Great American Disaster Machine." Science, Technology, and the Humanities in Recent American Fiction (Arbeiten zur Amerikanistik 36). Ed. Peter Freese and Charles B. Harris. Essen: Verlag Die Blaue Eule, 2004. 585-601. [Box 16, CI]
"The Great American Disaster Machine." The Holodeck in the Garden. Ed. Peter Freese and Charles B. Harris. Normal, Illinois and London: Dalkey Archive Press, 2004. 130-140. [Box 16, CI]
"Saving Private Ryan: Don't try to do no thinkin'!" Seventh Quark (July 2005):24-26.
Subseries X: Articles About Curtis White
Graff, Gerald. "Gerald Graff Replies." Mediations 16:2 (May 1992):64.
The Review of Contemporary Fiction 18:2. Ed. Curtis White and Milorad Pavić. Normal, Illinois: Review of Contemporary Fiction / Dalkey Archive Press, Summer 1998.
Includes: Amerika, Mark. "Hippies, Madness, and the Revolution of Everyday Life: An E-Mail Conversation with Curtis White," 26-36.
Baker, Jeff. "Dedication to Doubt: Curtis White's The Idea of Home and the Function of Fiction," 60-71.
Davenport, Stephen. "'Where the World Worlds in Availability': Utopian Spaces in Curtis White's Postmodern Home," 72-84.
Harris, Charles B. "'Blessed by Madness': Memories of My Father Watching TV," 101-116.
McLaughlin, Robert L. "Dream for Us a Different World: Introducing Curtis White," 7-25.
Singer, Alan. "Comic Depth: Curtis White's Laughable Idea of Home," 85-95.
Sorrentino, Chris. "Musial and McCartney – Together Again for the First Time," 57-59.
Winn, David. "Location is Everything: Community and Individuality in the Novels of Curtis White," 96-100.
Strausbaugh, John. "Rants Against the Middle Mind." New York Press 14:46 (November 14-20, 2001):20, 22. [Box 25, CI]


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