Klaus-Friedrich Koch (1937-1979) Papers
Scope and Contents
The Klaus-Friedrich Koch Papers fill two and one-half boxes and span the period 1966-1979. The Papers include a small amount of biographical materials; photocopies, type-scripts, and drafts of Koch's writings; and correspondence, nearly all of which pertains to his publications.
Photocopies of articles written by Koch between 1966 and 1979 are bound in two volumes and are boxed at the beginning of the series. A few of Koch's unpublished or draft articles not included in the volumes as well as typescripts of two books follow and are foldered alphabetically by title.
Correspondence fills out the series. It is arranged in folders alphabetically according to topical heading, usually the title of the article or publication to which it relates.
- Koch, Klaus-Friedrich (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is stored at a remote campus location and requires two business days advance notice for retrieval. Please contact the McCormick Library at email@example.com or 847-491-3635 for more information or to schedule an appointment to view the collection.
Language of Materials
Klaus-Friedrich Koch held numerous academic appointments including positions at Harvard University, Bielefeld University, the University of Virginia, and the University of Pennsylvania. In 1976 Northwestern University appointed him an associate professor of anthropology. Koch held this position until his death in 1979. His research interests centered on law, warfare, conflict and its resolution, and politics. The Klaus-Friedrich Koch Papers fill two and one-half boxes and span the period 1966-1979. The Papers include a small amount of biographical materials; photocopies, type-scripts, and drafts of Koch's writings; and correspondence, nearly all of which pertains to his publications.
The papers of Klaus-Friedrich Koch are organized into: biographical materials; writings (two bound volumes of articles, in chronological order, longer writings in alphabetical order; and correspondence (arranged alphabetically by topic). Three additions contain additional writings and correspondence, plus alphabetically-arranged subject files, and a few departmental files.
Method of Acquisition
Northwestern's Department of Anthropology transferred the Papers to the University Archives on February 23, 1984 and October 31, 1984 (Accessions #84-35 and #84-189).
Sr. Florence Davy, B.V.M. and Kevin B. Leonard; October 23, 1985.
- Guide to the Klaus-Friedrich Koch (1937-1979) Papers
- Sr. Florence Davy, B.V.M. and Kevin B. Leonard
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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