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Preliminary Guide to the Stanley Hauerwas Papers, 1962-2008 and undated

Collection Overview

Letters to Hauerwas (28,403 items, 52.25 linear feet; dated 1972-2000) from Paul Ramsey discussing points of theology and Christian ethics; correspondence, addresses and writings, clippings, and notes relating to Hauerwas's work as a Christian ethicist; a copy of Ramsey's work Speak Up for Just War or Pacifism that contains an epilogue by Hauerwas, and Ramsey's letters to Hauerwas regarding the completion of the book; other papers on the ethical questions surrounding the issue of Christianity and war; 19 essays on Ramsey by various authors; and subject files focusing on conferences, workshops, topical subject areas, and writings and speeches by Hauerwas and others. There is also correspondence regarding the work of students and colleagues; university committees; events; publications; reviews of Dispatches from the Front; and miscellaneous materials. Container lists exist for a portion of this material. (88-017, 89-035, 95-111, 98-419, 99-003, 00-296, 00-333)

The addition to the collection (2001-0138) (939 items, 1.5 linear feet; dated 1991-1999) includes professional correspondence and recommendations for graduate students he mentored; drafts and finished essays by Hauerwas, his colleagues, graduate students, and those published in The Hauerwas Reader (Duke University Press, 2001); and materials relating to Hauerwas' conference attendance (ca. 1991-1999). There are also 39 electronic documents originally on three 3.5" diskettes and migrated to the electronic records server. A container list was not created for this accession.

The addition to the collection (2001-0181)(2175 items, 3.4 linear feet; dated 1993-1999) comprises primarily incoming and copies of outgoing correspondence with students, former students, and colleagues, including drafts of essays. Also includes material on conferences Hauerwas attended.

The addition (2002-0236) (3325 items, 5.2 linear feet; dated 1962-2002) is comprised of Hauerwas' lectures and course materials, professional correspondence, printed material, and reviews of his publications. Also includes his graduate student and event files.

The addition (2003-0116) (2175 items, 3.4 linear feet; dated 1990-2003) is chiefly comprised of incoming professional correspondence, including commentary on the religious aspects of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001; also includes recommendations written by Hauerwas; drafts and finished essays by Hauerwas and others; and correspondence, essays, and other materials relating to conferences Hauerwas attended.

The addition (2003-0144) (3150 items, 5.0 linear feet; dated 1992-2003) contains mainly essays received by or written by Hauerwas; as well as incoming and outgoing correspondence with former students, colleagues and others.

Additions (2007-082 and 2007-083)(2100 items, 2.8 lin. ft.; dated 1991-2003) contains files related to former students and colleagues, as well as information about conferences. The files primarily include correspondence, drafts of essays, doctoral exams, and recommendations.

The addition (2008-0123) (13500 items; 19 lin. ft.; dated 1995-2005) contains subject files, correspondence and other professional files collected while Sarah Freedman was Hauerwas' assistant.

Addition (2009-0094) (2 items; 0.1 lin. ft.; dated 2006 and no date) contains two DVDs with programs by Hauerwas: the inaugural Will D. Campbell lecture series on Faith and Social Justices (2006) and "Why Religious Diversity is a Bad Idea," from the Chicago Sunday Evening Club.

Additions (2009-0272 and 2009-0273) (7200 items; 9.6 lin. ft.; dated 2001-2008) include travel materials, research and writings, and coursework and student correspondence from 2002-2006. Also includes reactions and press from Hauerwas's Time Magazine award (2001) and a manuscript of his book 'Hannah's Child' (summer 2008).

Addition (2012-0039) (3.0 lin. ft.) contains speaking/travel files, student files, correspondence, and writings. Arranged alphabetically within sub-series.

Addition (2012-0108) (3.0 lin. ft.; dated 1990-2001) contains Hauerwas's writing files, including some editorial correspondence and notes, arranged alphabetically by title.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Stanley Hauerwas papers, 1962-2008 and undated
Creator
Hauerwas, Stanley
Extent
100.55 Linear Feet , 63,967 Items
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Language
English.

Administrative Information

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Contents of the Collection

Jan. 1977 - Dec. 1984.
Box 1
Jan. 1985- Oct. 1986.
Box 2
Oct. 1986- Dec. 1987
Box 3
Jan. 1988- Dec. 1988
Box 4
Jan. 1989- Mar. 1990
Box 5
Mar. 1990- Dec. 1990.
Box 6
Jan. 1991- Dec. 1991.
Box 7
Jan. 1992- Oct. 1992.
Box 8
Nov. 1992- July 1993.
Box 9
Aug. 1993- Jan. 1994.
Box 10
Invitations
Box 10
Travel Expenses
Box 10
Correspondence: Duke faculty position for which Hauerwas was hired
Box 10
A-G.
Box 11
G-M.
Box 12
M-V.
Box 13
W
Box 14
Miscellaneous letters and manuscripts
Box 14
Subject Files

The Subject Files contain materials relating to subject areas, writings and speeches, and conference or educational events. Each subject file container is arranged in internal alphabetical order by topics, personal names, or institutions.

Box 15-23
Heide, Gale
Box 1
Heymans, Steve
Box 1
Barns, Ian
Box 1
Bartley, Michael R.
Box 1
Bryant, Robt.
Box 1
Byrne, Julie
Box 1
Kings College, Canada-Trokcak, Ron
Box 1
Lind, Marcia
Box 1
Campbell, Dean Dennis
Box 1
Fagar, Charles
Box 1
Fekete, David
Box 1
Cowlings, Neil
Box 1
Gaita, Raimond
Box 1
Breeneman, James
Box 1
Provost and Distinguished Professors
Box 1
APT-Student Evaluations
Box 1
Appointments, Promotion, and Tenure
Box 1
Davidson Group on Arts and Humanities
Box 1
American Theological Society
Box 1
Between Times Stuff
Box 1
Dean Search Committee
Box 1
Faculty Planning and Appointments Committee
Box 1
Duke University Press
Box 1
Fiscal-Stan
Box 1
Center for Ethical and Political Theory-Gillespie and Flanagan
Box 1
Chaplains in the Military
Box 1
Editorial Advisory Board
Box 1
Con't Ed and Lectures Committee
Box 1
Greenwall Foundation RFP Fellowship Program in Health Policy and Bioethics
Box 1
Graduate Program-Our Religion Dept.
Box 1
Chafe Review
Box 1
Incompletes
Box 1
Advisors
Box 1
Illinois College- 1994 Oct. 26
Box 1
Cultural Christianity
Box 1
Alzheimer's: The Theological Disease
Box 1
Hauerwas Colloquium on the Law-Notre Dame, IN- 1994 Jan. 30-31
Box 1
Murdoch Conference-University of Chicago- 1994 May 11-13
Box 1
New Testament and Ethics Conference-Richard Hayes-Duke University- 1995 Mar. 30-Apr. 1
Box 1
Neibur Lectures, Elmhurst College- 1995 Apr.
Box 1
Bioethics Meeting-Duke and UNC-Monthly
Box 1
Gospel and Our Culture Network-Atlanta, GA- 1995 Feb. 20
Box 1
For Christ's Sake: The Independent
Box 1
In Good Company- Reviews
Box 1
In Good Company-Acknowledgments
Box 1
Dispatches from the Front (Duke University Press)-Review File
(Folder 1 of 2)
Box 1
Dispatches from the Front (Duke University Press)-Review File
(Folder 2 of 2)
Box 2
But Was It Just- Reviews
Box 2
Doctrine: Relations of Doctrine and Ethics (Cambridge Press)-Companions
Box 2
In Good Company-Contract
Box 2
In Good Company-Rights and Permission
Box 2
The Church with the Soul of a Nation-Review of George Mardsen's Book
Box 2
Canon, Critique, and Constitution by Dennis O'Brien
Box 2
Democracy Prospers with Nationalism by George Wills (Durham Herald Sun)
Box 2
Christian Bioethics Subscriptions
Box 2
Christian Existence Today by Stanley Hauerwas
Box 2
Chronicle-Letter
Box 2
The Pope Pits Theology Back into Moral Theology- Commonweal
Box 2
Culture Wars: A Response- Soundings
Box 2
Gustafson Festschrift
Box 2
Greenway Response for Koinonia
Box 3
McInerny Festschrift
Box 3
Mennonites on Hauerwas
Box 3
Milbank-Jensen
Box 3
Naming the Silences- Reviews
Box 3
Against the Nation-Reviews
Box 3
Peaceable Kingdom
Box 3

Fourteen diskettes were removed from this accession and replaced by separation sheets. Their contents were migrated to the electronic records server. Please contact a Reference Archivist for assistance.

Files on individual students and colleagues

Includes correspondence, writings, and miscellaneous materials. Names include Tommy Langford and Desmond Tutu.

(38 files)
Box 1-2
Correspondence (primarily outgoing), 1995 March-1998 December
(54 files)
Box 2-3
Files regarding publications
(13 files)
Box 3-4
Committee and Department files
(4 files)
Box 4
Files regarding Trips to Events
(61 files)
Box 4-5
Writings
(25 folders)
Box 5-6
Miscellaneous
Box 6

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Miroslav Volf
Box 1
Brent Walters
(2 folders)
Box 1
Sondra Wheeler
Box 1
Bob Wells, DUMC Communications
Box 1
George Wiegal
Box 1
Micheal Walzer
Box 1
David Yeago
(2 folders)
Box 1
Rowan Williams
Box 1
Catherine Miles Wallace
(2 folders)
Box 1
Catherine Miles Wallace
Box 2
Kate Wallace II
(3 Folders)
Box 2
Rusty Reno
(2 folders)
Box 2
Conferences Attended, 1998

Includes: Social Bioethics, Contemporary Religious Thought, Genetics, Intervarsity, Metheseco, Bluffton.

Box 2
Conferences Attended, 1998

Includes: Sin Death Devil (Minn), Berkman Class (D.C.), Good Shepard Families (Bronxville), University of Richmond, Thomas Moore College, Oglethorpe University (Atlanta), University of Pacific (CA), Society of Christian Ethics.

Box 3
Theology Division
Box 3
Richard Steele
Box 3
Joel Shuman
(2 folders)
Box 3
Gary Petrillo
Box 3
Keith Pavlischek
Box 3
Al Neiman
Box 3
James Lewis
Box 3
John Milbank
Box 3
Debra Dean Murphy
Box 3
Modern Theology
Box 4
Martha Nussbaum
Box 4
Ken Craycraft
(2 folders)
Box 4
Center For Study Of Applied Ethics
Box 4
Lloyd Bailey
Box 4
Duke Admissions Committee, Dept. Of Religion
Box 4
Scott Davis and Richmond Warcraft
(3 folders)
Box 4
Scott Davis
(2 folders)
Box 4
Hutter Reinhard
Box 5
Bruce Kaye
(2 folders)
Box 5
Alan Johnson
Box 5
Financial Sheets

Includes: Grants, Balance Sheets.

(2 folders)
Box 5
Pew Evangelical Scholars
Box 5
Richard Miller
Box 5
Curtis Freeman
(2 of 3 folders)
Box 5
Curtis Freeman
(3rd of 3 folders)
Box 6
Sam Fleischacker
Box 6
Micheal Gillespie
Box 6
Tom Harvey
Box 6
Dan Hardy
Box 6
Thomas Heilke
Box 6
Gail Hamner
Box 6

Some of the materials in this accession are not immediately accessible, because they require further processing before use. Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library to use this accession.

Contains sensitive material (personal health information, recommendations, student files). Patrons must sign a waiver concerning privacy rights. Contact Research Services staff.

Travis Kroeber
Box 1
David Aers
Box 1
Jones, Logan
Box 1
Kyle Childers
Box 1
James Burtchaell
Box 1
David Burrell
Box 1

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Arne Rasmusson
Box 2
Michael Quirk
Box 2
John Berkman
Box 2
Fritz Bauerschmidt
Box 2
Michael Baxter
Box 2
Graduate student files, 1988-1997
Box 2

[Contains sensitive information (student files). Patrons must sign a waiver concerning privacy rights. Contact Research Services.]

David Cloutier
Box 3
Treci Lysaught
Box 3
Event files, 1999 (conferences, presentations, etc.)
Box 3
Printed material, 1971-1998
Box 3

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Printed material, 1971-1998 (cont.)
Box 4
Hauerwas publication files (articles, interviews), 1995-1996
Box 4
Reinhard Hutter
Box 4
Course/seminar information files (syllabi, exams, etc.), 1973-1975, 1996 and undated
Box 4

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Loose material: course reading lists, 2000
Box 5
Reviews/correspondence files regarding Hauerwas publications, 1980-1985 and undated
Box 5
Course/presentation information files (outlines, grades, etc., largely concerning ethics), 1969-1982 and undated
Box 5

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Course/presentation information files (notes, student papers and grades, largely concerning ethics), 1969-1985 and undated
Box 6
Loose material: course information, 1999
Box 6

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Course/presentation information files (notes, student papers and grades, largely concerning ethics), 1962-1987 and undated
Box 7
Reviews/correspondence files regarding Hauerwas publications, 1993
Box 7
Professional ethics
Box 7

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Yale Institute information, 1977-1978
Box 8
Abortion
Box 8
Obscenity
Box 8
Loose material: notes, clippings, articles, journals, course information, 1973-1998 and undated
Box 8
Course/seminar information files, 1998 and undated
Box 8
Loose material: correspondence, drafts of Hauerwas’s Prayers Plainly Spoken, 1998 and undated
Box 8

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Prayers (student writings?), 2001 and undated
Box 9
Reviews of Hauerwas publications files, 1974-1990 and undated
Box 9
Duke MALS course information
Box 9

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Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1990-2001
Box 1
Essays written or received by Hauerwas, 1990-2001
Box 1
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1990-2001
Box 2
Essays written or received by Hauerwas, 1990-2001
Box 2
Correspondence, notes, and records regarding lectures and conferences, 2001
Box 2
Correspondence, notes and records regarding lectures and conferences, 2000
Box 3
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1990-2001
Box 3
Essays written or received by Hauerwas, 1990-2001
Box 3

[Attention: Contains pictorial material.]

Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1990-2001
Box 4
Records regarding lecture in Japan, 2000
Box 4
Essays written or received by Hauerwas, 1990-2001
Box 4
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1990-2001
Box 5
Essays written or received by Hauerwas, 1990-2001
Box 5
Essays written or received by Hauerwas, 1990-2001
Box 6
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, including commentary on the religious aspects of the terrorist attacks of 9/11/2001, 2001
Box 6

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Essays received by Hauerwas, 1994-2001
Box 1
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1991-2002
Box 1
Essays received by Hauerwas, 1992-1997
Box 2
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1995-2002
Box 2
Essays by Hauerwas and others, 1999
Box 3
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1992-2002
Box 3

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Essays received by Hauerwas, 1995-1999
Box 4
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1995-2001
Box 4

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Essays received by Hauerwas, 1996-1999
Box 5
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1993-1999
Box 5

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Essays received by Hauerwas, 1995-2003
Box 6
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1993-2001
Box 6

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Essays received by Hauerwas, 1995-2001
Box 7
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1996-2001
Box 7
Essays received by Hauerwas, 1998-1997
Box 8
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1998-2001
Box 8
Essays received by Hauerwas, 1996-1998
Box 9
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, 1995-2001
Box 9

Addition (dated 1991-2003) contains files related to former students and colleagues, as well as information about conferences. The files primarily include correspondence, drafts of essays, doctoral exams, and recommendations.

Includes correspondence, recommendations, essays and exams.

[Contains sensitive materials. Access is restricted.]

Bahnson, Fred, 2000-2003
Box 1
DeVille, Adam, 2000-2003
Box 1
Ewell, Samuel, 1999-2000
Box 1
Hamner, Gail, 1997-1999
Box 1
Hatchell, Stephanie, 1995-1998
Box 1
Kenneson, Phil, 1991-1999
Box 1
Lamadrid, Lucas, 1994-1997
Box 1
MacSwain, Rob, 1995-2001
Box 1
Vidu, Adonis, 1997-1999
Box 1

Addition (dated 1991-2003) contains files related to former students and colleagues, as well as information about conferences. The files primarily include correspondence, drafts of essays, doctoral exams, and recommendations.

[Contains sensitive materials. Access is restricted.]

Includes correspondence, recommendations, essays and exams.

McCann, John
Box 1
Wyatt, Rev. Lee
Box 1
Woodhead, Linda
Box 1
Haldane, John
Box 1
Ramsey papers
Box 1
Pilgrim Press
Box 1
Abingdon Press
Box 1
Peculiar Books and convocation
Box 1
Ward, Graham
Box 1
Toor, Rachel
Box 1
Bailie, Gil
Box 1
Rudy, Kathy - Correspondence
Box 1
Conference file, Eastern Mennonite University, 2003
Box 2
JRE-Contributing Editor Essay
Box 2
Notre Dame Press files and correspondence
Box 2
Correspondence-Lewis V. Bradley
Box 2
Declined invitations to appear/speak, 1994-1999
Box 2
Miscellaneous correspondence
Box 2
Correspondence-Dale Martin New Beginnings file
Box 2
Frank, Arthur
Box 2
Dyson, Michael Eric
Box 2
Thomas, Scott
Box 2
Baker, Andy
Box 2
King, Rob
Box 3
MacIntyre, Alastair
Box 3
Willimon, Will
Box 3
Miscellaneous files
Box 3
McCulley, Mark
Box 3
Placher, William
Box 3
Springsted, Eric
Box 3
Koonz, Claudia
Box 3
Southwestern University, 1995-1999
Box 3
Prisoners - Deutsch
Box 3
Wilderness Wanderings: Reviews
Box 3
McKenny, Gerald
Box 3
Marsden, George
Box 4
Willimon, Will, 1995-1999
Box 4
Amato-von Hemert, Katherine
Box 4
Gomez-Palacio, Enrique
Box 4
Law, with Duke Law School - J. Powell, 1996-1999
Box 4
Lewis, Ted, 2000-2002
Box 4
Quirk
Box 4
Miscellaneous correspondence
Box 4
Reno, Rusty, 2000-2002
Box 5
Miscellaneous correspondence
Box 5
Preller Festschrift
Box 5
Laytham, Brent
Box 5
Faculty Associates
Box 5
Alison, James, 1996-1999
Box 5
With Wells, An Ethics Companion
Box 5
Smith, Moody
Box 6
Pew, Still
Box 6
Vwllenga
Box 6
Durham U., Durham, UK
Box 6
Ellen Davis Review
Box 6
Prof. Charlie Pinches, 1997-1999
Box 6

Addition (2008-0123) (13500 items; 19 lin. ft.; dated 1995-2005) contains subject files, correspondence and other professional files collected while Sarah Freedman was Hauerwas' assistant.

Addition (2009-0094) (2 items; 0.1 lin. ft.; dated 2006 and no date) contains two DVDs with programs by Hauerwas: the inaugural Will D. Campbell lecture series on Faith and Social Justices (2006) and "Why Religious Diversity is a Bad Idea," from the Chicago Sunday Evening Club.

Files are arranged alphabetically.

A-Bellah
Box 1
Benson-Cartwright
Box 2
Catholics-Divinity School faculty
Box 3
Dorrien-Freeman
Box 4
Fueston-Hibbs
Box 5
Holloway-Jones
Box 6
Jones-McCarthy
Box 7
McCabe-Novak
Box 8
Oakes-Reiner
Box 9
Reno-Stassen
Box 10
Steele-Watts
Box 11
Waters-Yoder and miscellaneous files
Box 12
DVD: Why Religious Diversity is a Bad Idea, 2006
Box 12
DVD: Will D. Campbell Lecture Series: Faith and Social Justice
Box 12

Additions (2009-0272 and 2009-0273) (7200 items; 9.6 lin. ft.; dated 2001-2008) includes travel materials, research and writings, and coursework and student correspondence from 2002-2006. Also includes reactions and press from Hauerwas's Time Magazine award (2001) and a manuscript of his book "Hannah's Child" (summer 2008).

This addition has not been processed. Folders are listed but have not been further arranged.

American Academy of Religion, Philadelphia, November 2005
Box 1
Mere Christianity, Furman University, Greenville, SC, November 2005
Box 1
Sermon on Mount, Wheaton College IL, November 2005
Box 1
East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, October 2005
Box 1
Idea Adventure, Xian History, UNC, October 2005
Box 1
Brownson Memorial Presbyterian Church, Southern Pines, NC, October 2005
Box 1
Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX, September 2005
Box 1
Luther College Regina University, Saskatchewan, September 2005
Box 1
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, September 2005
Box 1
Preemptive Peace, Manchester College, North Manchester, IN, June 2005
Box 1
Huron University College, London Ontario Canada, April 2005
Box 1
Oklahoma Health Center, Oklahoma City, April 2005
Box 1
Day at Dayton University, March 2005
Box 1
Seattle Pacific University, March 2005
Box 1
Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, March 2005
Box 1
Justice Theater Forum, February 2005
Box 1
Villanova, February 2005
Box 1
Virginia Tech and State, Blacksburg, VA, February 2005
Box 1
Wesleyan University, Middleton, CT, February 2005
Box 1
Kirk Ridge Retreat, Bangor, PA, February 2005
Box 1
Georgetown University, April 2005
Box 1
Xianity and Literature, Cambridge, MA May 2005
Box 1
Society of Christian Ethics, Miami, FL, January 2005
Box 1
Yale Divinity School, November 2004
Box 1
Assumption College, MA, November 2004
Box 1
American Academy of Religion, San Antonio,TX, November 2004
Box 1
UNC-Charlotte, November 2004
Box 1
Asbury United Methodist Church, Phoenix, AZ, November 2004
Box 1
Fairfield University, CT, October 2004
Box 1
Central Methodist College, Fayette, MO, October 2004
Box 1
St. John's Epicopal, Tallahassee, FL, October 2004
Box 1
Univeristy of Prince Edward Island, Canada, October 2004
Box 1
St. Paul Episcopal Church, Richmond, VA, September 2004
Box 1
West Virginia Univerisity, Morgantown, September 2004
Box 1
Simpson College, Indianola, IA, September 2004
Box 1
Industrial Areas Foundation, August 2004
Box 1
Broadway Homecoming, South Bend, IN, August/September 2004
Box 1
Ekklesia Annual, DePaul University, July 2004
Box 1
Notre Dame Mennonites, July 2004
Box 1
Quaker House, Guilford College, June 2004
Box 1
Cosmos Club, D.C. Institute for Psychological Sciences, May 2004
Box 1
St. Thomas, Fifth Ave. NYC, April 2004
Box 1
Navarro College, TX, April 2004
Box 1
St. Bonaventure, NY, March 2004
Box 1
Princeton Center for the Study of Religions, March 2004
Box 1
UNC-Charlotte, March 2004
Box 1
University of San Diego, February 2004
Box 1
St. Norbert College, De Pere, WI, February 2004
Box 1
Society of Christian Ethics, Chicago, IL, January 2004
Box 1
Chapel of the Cross, Chapel Hill, NC, January 2004
Box 1
UVA Politics Department, December 2003
Box 1
American Academy of Religion, Atlanta, GA, November 2003
Box 1
Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, VA, November 2003
Box 1
Seattle Pacific University, November 2003
Box 1
Baylor University, Waco, TX, October 2003
Box 1
Mt. St. Mary's College, MD, October 2003
Box 1
Xianity and Allegiances, DePaul University, IL, October 2003
Box 1
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, MA, October 2003
Box 1
Baptist Carson Newman College, TN, October 2003
Box 1
Canada Mennonite University, Winnipeg, September 2003
Box 1
St. Vincent's College, PA, September 2003
Box 1
Oberlin College, OH, September 2003
Box 1
Ekklesia meeting, Chicago, July/August 2003
Box 1
New Garden Friends, Greensboro, NC, June 2003
Box 1
UVA, June 2003
Box 1
South Indiana Conference, Bloomington, IN, (Called Off)
Box 1
Colorado College 2003 (did not go)
Box 1
Northfield, MN, 2003 (cancelled)
Box 1
Moravian Theology Seminar, PA, March 2003
Box 1
Yoder/Elkhart, March 2002
Box 1
Austin Presbyterian Theology Seminar, February 2003
Box 1
Servant Leaders School, Washinton D.C., February 2003
Box 1
Elon College, February 2003
Box 1
College weekend, February 2003
Box 1
North Park University, Chicago, IL, February 2003
Box 1
Colgate University, NY, January 2003
Box 1
Chapel Hill Bible Church, January 2003
Box 1
Calvin College, MI, January 2003
Box 1
Society of Christian Ethics, Pittsburgh, PA, January 2003
Box 1
Missouri United Methodist Church Ministries, January 2003
Box 1
The Church of the Holy Family sermon, March 2008
Box 1
Marymount College, May 2003
Box 1
University Presyterian Church, Chapel Hill, NC, April 2003
Box 1
Duke alumni, April 2003
Box 1
Georgetown Conference, April 2003
Box 1
Oklahoma State, March/April 2003
Box 1
Asheville/UNC Trip, March 2003
Box 1
North Indiana Conference, March 2003
Box 1
Fan letters, 1995-2005
Box 2
Students elsewhere, 2002-2005
Box 2
Now Ph. D. students, 2002-2005
Box 2
Yearby and Barber, 2003-2005
Box 2
Kate Blanchard, 2003-2005
Box 2
Charlie Collier, 2003-2005
Box 2
Jacob L. Goodson, 2004
Box 2
David Lui, 2007
Box 2
Maxon Rachel, 2004
Box 2
Jeff McCurry, 2005
Box 2
Dan Morehead, 2004-2005
Box 2
Sheryl Overmyer, 2004-2005
Box 2
Alex Sider, 2003-2005
Box 2
Tristin Hassell, 2003-2004
Box 2
Peter Dula, 2004-2005
Box 2
Sam Ewell, 2003-2005
Box 2
Christian Theology (XIANTHE) Students, 2005
Box 2
Advisers?, 2004-2005
Box 2
Divinity students, 2004
Box 2
Ethics, classes, syllabi, etc., 1995-2005
Box 2
Present: A-F, 2003
Box 2
Present: M-Z, 2003-2005
Box 2
Past 2001-2005 (miscellaneous correspondence)
Box 2
Current applicants Ph.D., 2004-2005
Box 2
Students future, A-L old, 1996-1998
Box 2
Future M-Z, old, 1995-2003
Box 2
Campbell Lecture, University of Mississippi, November 2006
Box 2
St. Margaret's, University of Manitoba, November 2006
Box 2
Finland, 2006
Box 2
Rome, education, November 2006
Box 2
Villanova, PA, October 2006
Box 2
Gettysburg, PA, October 2006
Box 2
Chicago, October 2006
Box 2
Belmont Abbey, October 2006
Box 2
Georgetown, KY, October 2006
Box 2
North Park, IL, September 2006
Box 2
St. Andrews, Scotland, August 2006
Box 2
Aberdeen Vanier, September 2007
Box 2
First Presbyterian, Fayetteville, NC, August 2006
Box 2
Ekklesia Project (EP) sermon, July 2006
Box 2
National Health Ministries Association, June 2006
Box 2
San Antonio Catholic Theology Society of America (CTSA), June 2006 (2 folders)
Box 2
Rochester College, MI, May 2006
Box 2
Bonhoeffer's Friendship Poem, January 2006
Box 2
Bonhoeffer's Poetry, Oxford, UK, January 2006
Box 2
Ireland, etc., 2006
Box 2
Christianity and the Social Crisis, deadline June 1, 2006
Box 2
Idaho, March 2006 (2 folders)
Box 2
Virginia Theology Seminar, May 2006
Box 2
Enda's event in Ireland, April 2006
Box 2
University of Illionois, Thulin Lecture, April 2006
Box 2
Ferrum College, VA, April 2006
Box 2
Ohio University, Religion and Violence, March 2006
Box 2
Abilene Christian University, TX, March 2006
Box 2
University of Dayton, OH, March 2006
Box 2
Seattle University, March 2006
Box 2
St. Thomas Church, PA, February 2006
Box 2
Boston College, February 2006
Box 2
Correspondence, 1998-2005
Box 2
Review of Growing Old in Christ, 2004
Box 3
Radical Democracy, 2004
Box 3
Abolition of War, 2005
Box 3
Speak No Evil, Duke, 2005
Box 3
The End of Protestantism and the Methodist Contribution
Box 3
Leaving Ruins, Kaye Festschrift
Box 3
A Recall to Christian Teachings: Catholic Social Teachings, 2004
Box 3
Baylor, Heart of Texas, 2005
Box 3
Teen: Why Did Jesus Have to Die?
Box 3
Fish and the University, 2006
Box 3
Berry essay
Box 3
The Sacrifice of Man, 2003-2004
Box 3
Theological Knowledges and Knowledges of the University, 2004
Box 3
Witham Review: Ciffords, 2005
Box 3
Review of Grain of the Universe: The Church's Witness and Natural Theology, 2001
Box 3
Capital Punishment
Box 3
Writings and sermons, 1985-2004 (2 folders)
Box 3
Miscellaneous writings and sermons (7 folders)
Box 3
Jana's Wedding, 2005
Box 4
Jana Bennett, 2003-2004
Box 4
Kate Blanchard, 2004
Box 4
Jason Byassee, 2002-2003
Box 4
Richard Patrick Church, 1996-2003 (3 folders)
Box 4
Peter Dula, 1996-2005 (2 folders)
Box 4
Chris Franks, 1993-2003
Box 4
Johann Friedrich Gugelmann, 1999-2006
Box 4
Lee In-Yong, 2002-2006
Box 4
R.L. Owens, 2000-2004
Box 4
Jeff McCurry, 1998-2005 (2 folders)
Box 4
Alex Sider, 199-2005 (3 folders)
Box 4
Articles on September 11, 2001
Box 5
Reflections and letters, 2001-2002
Box 5
Lots more fame, 2001-2002
Box 5
Interviews, 2001-2002
Box 5
TIME fame, 2001
Box 5
TIME, 2003
Box 5
Reactions from people, 2003
Box 5
Sermon, September 11, 2002
Box 5
South Atlantic Quarterly, September 11, 2001 issue
Box 5
Loose material, 2001-2003
Box 5
Loose correspondence
Box 6
Chapter 1: On Being Saved
Box 7
Chapter 2: Work and Family
Box 7
Chapter 3: Yale
Box 7
Chapter 4: The Sixties, Augustana, Teaching
Box 7
Chapter 5: Notre Dame: The Good Years
Box 7
Chapter 6: Notre Dame: The Bad Years
Box 7
Chapter 7: Notre Dame: The Final Years
Box 7
Chapter 8: Duke: The Early Years
Box 7
Chapter 9: Paula
Box 7
Chapter 10: Friends, Institutions, Students
Box 7
Chapter 11: Ordinary Time
Box 7
Chapter 12: Last Things
Box 7

Speaking/travel files, student files, correspondence, and writings. Arranged alphabetically within sub-series.

Student files, A-Z
(22 folders)
Box 1
Abolishing War? An Appeal to Christian Leaders and Theologians
Box 1
Abnormality of War
Box 1
Banhoeffin Panel
Box 1
Church of the Holy Family Sermon
Box 1
Companion to Summa Theologiae, 2006
Box 1
C.S. Lewis and Violence
Box 1
Duke University: The Good of this Place
Box 1
Father's Funeral Sermon
Box 1
Franklin seminar
Box 1
Goodson Chapel Sermon
Box 1
Love's Work: Discerning the Body Sermon
Box 1
Marriage of Sheryl Overmeyer and Andy Grubb
Box 1
MLK and Christian Nonviolence Sermon
Box 1
Modern Theology
Box 1
Preliminary Thoughts on Goodness Sermon
Box 1
Open Letter
Box 1
Response: Jeff Stout's Democracy and Tradition
Box 1
Response to John Bowlin: What is Radical about the Ordinary?
Box 1
Scriptural Reasoning Group
Box 1
War and the American Dream
Box 1
Correspondence, 2009-2011
(6 folders)
Box 2
AAR, Chicago, 2008
Box 2
AAR, Atlanta, 2010
Box 2
Aarhus University, 2009
Box 2
Amnesty lecture, Oxford, 2008
Box 2
Ann Loades, 2007
Box 2
APSA, Toronto, 2009
Box 2
AZUSA Pacific, 2009
Box 2
Baylor University, 2010
Box 2
Belmont University, 2008
Box 2
Bishop's Lecture, Birmingham College, 2010
Box 2
Carey Theological College, Vancouver, 2009
Box 2
Carl Lecture, 2010
Box 2
Catholic University, 2008
Box 2
Centenary College of Louisiana, 2009
Box 2
Center for Spirituality, Theology, and Health, Duke University, 2009
Box 2
Charlotte, NC - Myers Park, 2007
Box 2
Christian Labor Association of Canada, 2008
Box 2
Church of the Holy Family, 2011
Box 2
Church of the Incarnation, Dallas, 2010
Box 2
College of Holy Cross, 2010
Box 2
Corcordia Seminary, St. Louis, 2009
Box 2
Denver, 2008
Box 2
Duke Roundtable, 2007
Box 2
Eastern Mennonite Seminary, 2010
Box 2
Eckerd College, 2007
Box 2
Ekklesia Project, 2007
Box 2
Ekklesia Project, 2008
Box 2
Ekklesia Project, 2009
Box 2
Ekklesia Project, 2010
Box 2
Fondazione per la Sussidiareta, Milan, 2008
Box 2
Georgetown University, 2008
Box 2
Goodwin Conference, Duke University, 2010
Box 2
Granada, 2005
Box 2
Grandeur of Reason, Rome, 2008
Box 2
Greenbelt Festival, 2010
Box 2
Hauerwas Gathering, 2007
Box 2
Holmer Lecture, University of Minnesota, 2007
Box 2
Houghton College, New York, 2009
Box 2
IAF, Phoenix, 2008
Box 2
Indiana Wesleyan University, 2010
Box 2
Institut Catholique de Paris, 2007
Box 2
Jonas' Baptism, St. Bartholomew's Church, 2007
Box 2
Journey Group visiting Duke, 2010
Box 2
King's College, New York, 2010
Box 2
Knoxville, 2008
Box 2
MacIntyre Conference, 2008
Box 2
MacIntyre Honorary Degree, Duke University, 2010
Box 2
Metanexus, 2008
Box 2
Milan, 2007
Box 2
Mt. Union College, 2010
Box 2
NACUC, Duke, 2010
Box 2
Nazarene Theological Seminary: Conversation with Lindbeck and Burrell, 2007
Box 2
New York Encounter, 2010
Box 2
Pastor-Theologian Program, Quebec, 2007
Box 2
Peace Among Peoples Conference, 2010
Box 2
Prayer of Resistance, 2008
Box 2
Princeton: Youth, Church, Culture, 2007
Box 2
Religion and Modernity, Michigan State, 2009
Box 2
Rimini, Italy, 2007
Box 2
Rimini, Italy, 2008
Box 2
Rocky Mountain College, 2007
Box 2
Sabbatical, 2007
Box 2
Samford University, 2008
Box 2
Society of Biblical Literature, Atlanta, 2010
Box 2
Society of Christian Ethics, Chicago, 2009
Box 2
Society of Christian Ethics, San Jose, 2010
Box 2
St. Anne's Portsmouth Center, Bistol, Virginia, 2009
Box 2
St. James, Marietta, Georgia, 2010
Box 2
St. Luke's, Atlanta, Georgia, 2010
Box 2
St. Mark's, Niagara on the Lake, 2008
Box 2
Tennessee Wesleyan College, 2008
Box 2
Tocher Lecture, Topeka, 2010
Box 2
Toronto, 2009
Box 2
Union Theological Seminary, 2006
Box 2
University of Notre Dame, 2009
Box 2
University of Sheffield, 2008
Box 2
Valparaiso, Kentucky, 2010
Box 2
Vanier visit, 2008
Box 2
Virginia Conference Assembly, 2010
Box 2
Westcott House, Cambridge, 2009
Box 2
Wesley Theological Seminary, 2008
Box 2

This accession includes Hauerwas's writing files, dated circa 1990 to 2001. Along with drafts of essays and speeches, it also includes some editorial correspondence and notes. Content has been arranged alphabetically by title.

A-J
Box 1
K-Z
Box 2

Arranged alphabetically within subseries.

AAR, Toronto
Box 1
Center for Theological Inquiry, Princeton
Box 1
Concordia Seminary
Box 1
Conrad Grebel University
Box 1
Davidson College
Box 1
Duke Youth Academy
Box 1
East Carolina University
Box 1
Eastern College
Box 1
Ekklesia
(2 folders)
Box 1
Elon
Box 1
Evangelical Theological Society, Toronto
Box 1
First Presbyrterian, Bennettsville, S.C.
Box 1
Governor's School, Meredith College
Box 1
Hope College
Box 1
Interfaith Ministries, Houston
Box 1
King's College
Box 1
Lafayette College
Box 1
Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary
Box 1
Mennonite Health Assembly, Knoxville
Box 1
Pastoral Care Committee, Rock Hill
Box 1
Peace Rally, Raleigh
Box 1
SBL, Toronto
Box 1
SCE, Vancouver
Box 1
Second Baptist Church, Lubbock
Box 1
Society of Catholic Liturgy, Mundelein
Box 1
Southwestern College
Box 2
St. Anthony Park United Church of Christ, St. Paul
Box 2
St. John's Episcopal Church, Tallahassee
Box 2
St. Peter's Catholic Church, Charlotte
Box 2
University of Dayton
Box 2
University of Nottingham
Box 2
United Reformed Church Eastern Synod, Cambridge
Box 2
Utah Valley State College
Box 2
Various Duke faculty, 1995-2000
Box 2
Michael Gallagher
Box 2
Radical Transitions
Box 2
SCM Press and other publishers
Box 2

Historical Note

DateEvent(s)
1940Born
1965B.A. Southwestern University
B.D. Yale University
1968Ph.D.. Yale University
1970-1984Assistant Professor and Professor Notre Dame University
1985-presentProfessor at Duke University

Stanley Hauerwas is the Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics in the Duke divinity School as well as Professor in the Duke School of Law. He came to Duke in 1984 after serving on the faculties of the University of Notre Dame and Augustana College. He has published ten books and many articles dealing with a variety of topics, many of them interdisciplinary, centering on moral discourse within the contemporary Christian community. Two recent books are A Better Hope: Resources for a Church Confronting Capitalism, Democracy, and Postmodernity (2000) and Dispatches from the Front: Theological Engagements with the Secular(1994). His work is typically non-denominational and often provocative and controversial. Hauerwas was named America's Best Theologian by TIME Magazine in 2001, and was the first American in 40 years to deliver the Gifford Lectureship at St. Andrew's College, also in 2001.

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Stanley Hauerwas Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Provenance

Collection received as a gift from Stanley Hauerwas in 1995-2008.

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Completed August 24, 1998

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