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Exhibition Topics and Checklist

Curators: Ronald Patkus, Sarah Canino, Thomas Hill, Gretchen Lieb

Stanford

  • Typed letter signed by Lillian C. Owen to William Kent Rose, April 18, 1944
  • Announcement of election to Phi Beta Kappa, June 6, 1944.
  • “A Critical Study of Ring W. Lardner” (MA thesis), October 1946.

Cornell

  • Cornell University Certificate of Graduation, May 21, 1953.
  • Wyndham Lewis: “A Study in Dissent” (Ph. D. thesis), February 1953.
Photograph of William K. Rose Seminar, n.d.

Vassar

  • Typed letter signed by Sarah Gibson Blanding to William K. Rose, August 7, 1953.
  • Photograph of William K. Rose Seminar, n.d.
  • “A Seminar in the Contemporary Novel,” Vassar Alumnae Magazine, June 1955.
  • Vassar Journal of Undergraduate Studies (edited by William K. Rose), December 1966.

Scholarship

  • The Letters of Wyndham Lewis, edited by W. K. Rose. London: Methuen & Co, 1963.
  • W. K. Rose, “Exile’s Letters,” in Canadian Literature, winter 1968.
  • Guggenheim Memorial Foundation certificate, June 26, 1967.
  • W. K. Rose, “Ezra Pound and Wyndham Lewis: The Crucial Years,” The Southern Review, winter 1968.

Correspondents

  • Typed letter signed from Eudora Welty to W.K. Rose, June 5, 1956.
  • Typed letter signed from T.S. Eliot to W. K. Rose, October 20, 1958.
  • Typed letter signed from Nancy Cunard to W. K. Rose, May 23, 1961.
  • Typed letter signed from Peggy Guggenheim to W. K. Rose, September 7, 1968.
Photograph of W.K. Rose, n.d.

Legacy

  • Photograph of W.K. Rose, n.d.
  • Vassar College News Release, October 27, 1968.

Memorial

  • Memorial Minute for Professor Rose, November 4, 1968
“About the Rose Fellowship,”

The Rose Fellowship

  • “About the Rose Fellowship,” Vassar Quarterly, winter 1981.
  • List of Rose Fellowship recipients, 1970-2012.

Nancy Graves ’61, 1971 winner

  • Photograph and biography

Virginia Sharkey ’67, 1976 winner

  • Photograph and bio/artistic statement

Elizabeth Spires ’74, 1976 winner

  • Bio/artistic statement
  • Worldling (1995)

Jane Strong O’Leary ’68, 1979 winner

  • Photograph and bio/artistic statement
  • Excerpts from the score: in a flurry of whispering: for alto flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello & piano (2011)

Carole Maso ’77, 1985 winner

  • Bio/artistic statement
  • Defiance (1998)

Jonathan M. Elliott ’84, 1986 winner

  • Photograph and bio/artistic statement
  • A page from the score of Piano Sonata (1987)

Jared Handelsman ’83, 1991 winner

  • Photograph and bio/artistic statement

Gordon Green ’83, 1995 winner

  • Photograph and bio/artistic statement
  • CD booklets for Impossible Christmas, LightCycles and Other Music for Dancers, and Rhapsody for Electric Cello and Electronics

Cadence Giersbach ’88, 1997 winner

  • Photograph and bio/artistic statement

John Stone ’92, 1998 winner

  • Photograph and bio/artistic statement
  • The score of Harmonia Mundi

Carol Ann Davis ’92, 1999 winner

  • Bio/artistic statement
  • Atlas Hour (2011)

Serge Levy ’96, 2000 winner

  • Photograph and bio/artistic statement

Alexandra Gardiner ’90, 2002 winner

  • Photograph and bio/artistic statement
  • Score of Tourmaline for soprano saxophone and electronics
  • CD booklet for Luminoso

Matthew Donovan ’95, 2003 winner

  • Bio/artistic statement
  • Vellum (2007)

Daphne Kalotay ’92, 2005 winner

  • Bio/artistic statement
  • Sight Reading (2013)

Katherine Mangiardi ’04. 2009 winner

  • Photograph and bio/artistic statement

Taije Silverman ’96, 2010 winner

  • Bio/artistic statement
  • Houses are Fields (2009)