Thomas Sheehan, Ph.D., papers 1959-2001, (bulk 1966-1999)

Sheehan, Thomas


12.18 linear feet.
Organized into 7 series: 1. Personal, 1959-1999 ; 2. Loyola Correspondence, 1971-1990 ; 3. Syllabi and Teaching Materials, 1966-1999 ; 4. Lectures, Conferences, and Debates, 1965-1997 ; 5. Publications, 1975-1999 ; 6. Audiovisual, 1984-1999 ; 7. Restricted ; primarily arranged chronologically although some series are arranged alphabtically.
The Thomas Sheehan, Ph.D., papers comprise 12.18 lienar feet spanning the years 1959 to 2001, with the bulk consisting of the years 1966 to 1999, and include publications, lecture notes, syllabi, correspondence, notes, syllabi, speeches, lectures, articles, translations, minutes, and audio tapes. Languages included in the collection are English, German, Italian, and French.
Thomas Sheehan was born on June 25, 1941 and was raised in San Francisco, California. He recieved his B.A. from St. Patrick's College in Menlo Park, California (1963) and his M.A. (1968) and Ph.D. (1971) from Fordham University. His areas of focus include contemporary European philosophy, philosophy of history, classical metaphysics, hermeneutics, phenomenlogy, and the philosophy of religion, with a particluar interest in German philsopher Martin Heidegger and the God is dead movement.
Boxes 28 through 31 are restricted. Please consult archivist for details.
Finding aid available in repository; folder level.

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