Harvey Sacks (d.1975) taught in the Department of Sociology at UC Irvine, UC Berkeley and UC Los Angeles (ca. 1960s-72). He
is best known for his work in ethnomethodology and conversational analysis. The collection consists of notes, drafts, diaries,
unpublished lectures, tapes, lectures, and miscellaneous materials related to Sacks' life and work.
Sacks worked for the University of California, ca. 1960s-72; he taught in the Department of Sociology at UC Irvine, at UC
Berkeley and UC Los Angeles; best known for his work in ethnomethodology and conversational analysis; died in 1975 when he
was 40 years old.
73.0 linear ft.
(144 boxes and 1 carton)
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