Miscellaneous papers and publications.
Gillian Rose Papers
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Gillian Rose (1947-1995) began her academic career at Oxford, reading Politics, Philosophy and Economics. She then held a Ford Foundation Scholarship at Columbia University, before returning to Oxford to undertake research for her D.Phil. Joining Sussex University in 1974, Rose became a Reader at the School of European Studies. In 1989, she moved to Warwick University, taking up a professorship in the Sociology department. Professor Rose's publications included Hegel Contra Sociology (1981), The Broken Middle (1992) and Judaism and Modernity (1993).
Reference: University of Warwick Newsletter, Nos. 118 and 203 (23 October 1989 and January 1996).
Conditions Governing Access
Access : Currently restricted to senior researchers (PhD and above). Applications to use the collection are to be approved by the vetting committee. Please consult the archivist for details.
An authority file exists for Gillian Rose (GB 152 AAR0979).
The collection was deposited with the Centre in 1997.