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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Encarta dict., via WWW, June 30, 2004 (authorship 1. writing as occupation: the practice or profession of writing books or other works; authoring: writing of computer programs: the creation of multimedia documents, for example, training packages or sales presentations, using special software geared to a nonprogrammer) Merriam-Webster online dict., June 30, 2004 (authorship 1 : the profession of writing 2 : the source (as the author) of a piece of writing, music, or art 3 : the state or act of writing, creating, or causing) Cambridge dictionaries online, June 30, 2004 (authoring : the design and creation of computer programs and websites: authoring tools/software, web authoring)

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

David Von Drehle Papers

Identifier: M350
Abstract David Von Drehle is a native of Colorado born in Denver and raised in Aurora. He graduated from Gateway High School and is an alumus of the University of Denver (BA, 1983). Von Drehle received a Master of Letters degree from Oxford University. He is a journalist and author. He has been an editor-at-large at TIME since 2007, covers national stories and politics, and has written cover stories that include a profile of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy and the 2008 Person of the...
Dates: 1909 - 2011; Majority of material found in 1974 - 2003

Josef Korbel Papers

Identifier: M033
Abstract Dr. Josef Korbel (1907-1967), Czechoslovakian ambassador to Yugoslavia after World War II served as professor of International Studies at the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from 1949-1967. Korbel also served as Dean of the Graduate School of International Studies and Director of the Social Science Foundation at the University of Denver. He was the first Andrew W. Mellon Professor of International Studies and the author of books on East-West relations, communist Eastern Europe, and...
Dates: 1919-2003

William E. Barrett Papers

Identifier: M014
Abstract William E. Barrett (1900-1986) wrote numerous novels, short stories and articles. His novel, The Left Hand of God, was translated into ten different languages and was made into a movie, starring Humphrey Bogart. The Lilies of the Field was made into a movie starring Sidney Poitier in 1963. Barrett's work reflects the dilemmas of his society through interpersonal relationships and religious and ethical decisions made by his characters. His writings are representative of the needs of the age,...
Dates: 1926-1975