John P. Clark Papers

Summer study abroad in Bir, a village located in the west of the state of Himachal Pradesh in northern India. Bir is a spiritual and meditation center with several Buddhist monasteries and a Tibetan refugee settlement. Professor Clark leading a hike to a spiritual site.

The Monroe Library Special Collections & Archives has recently finished cataloging the papers of Loyola’s distinguished professor of Philosophy, John P. Clark. Clark has served as a lecturer, assistant professor, associate professor, and professor of philosophy at Loyola University New Orleans since 1970. He is currently the Gregory F. Curtin Distinguished Professor of Humane Letters and the Professions, Professor of Philosophy, and member of the Environmental Studies faculty at Loyola University New Orleans. He has authored and edited numerous books and is active in the Green Movement and other political and philosophical movements whose goals involve grassroots democracy, world peace, social justice, and ecological sustainability. This collection consists primarily of correspondence and publications. These materials include correspondence with political thinkers and book publishers, independently published political pamphlets and zines, and serial periodicals such as “Our Generation”.

Click here to view the full finding aid for the collection. To find out more about John P. Clark, check out his personal webpage!

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