Lilly Library Manuscript Collections


The Sadlier, Darlene mss., 1946-2013, consist of the audiovisual material, journals, and the published works of Darlene Sadlier. Darlene Sadlier began working as a professor for the Indiana University Bloomington Department of Spanish and Portuguese in 1978 and is the current director of the Portuguese Program. Her specialties include Brazilian and Portuguese literatures and cultures, Latin American cinema, and Gender studies. The collection includes works by Gerald O'Grady that were likely passed directly from O'Grady to Sadlier. Gerald O'Grady was the founder and director of several organizations for education in relation to media, including The Media Center in Houston, Texas, The Educational Communications Center at SUNY at Buffalo, The Center for Media Study, and Media Study/Buffalo. From 1972 to 1992 O'Grady served as Artistic Director of the New York State Summer School of the Media Arts. His professional focuses are media pedagogy and the support of independent filmmakers.

The collection is arranged into the following series: I. Audio-Visual Materials, II. Writings of Darlene Sadlier, III. Journals, IV. Publications, V. Text photocopies, VI. Gerald O'Grady, VII. Maps.

An inventory and a list of writings by Darlene Sadlier in this collection are available.

Acquired: 2014

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