ANTI-UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.
ANTI-UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.
ANTI-UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.
ANTI-UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.
ANTI-UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.
ANTI-UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.
ANTI-UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.
ANTI-UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.
ANTI-UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.
ANTI-UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.

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ANTI-UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.

Three original publications: i) Prospectus. Trigram Press, 1967. Sm. 4to. Slim wrps., stapled (8pp.). Contents include a statement of aims; registration details (printed form loosely inserted); a list of faculty members with brief biographies (Joseph Berke, Cornelius Cardew, Steve Abrams, Barry Flanagan, Bob Cobbing, David Cooper, John Latham, RD Laing, Barry Miles, Jeff Nuttall, among others); a list of guest speakers (including William Burroughs, Richard Hamilton, Allen Ginsberg, Cedric Price, Carolee Schneemann); a list of associated Free Universities in Europe and America; and news of the creation of 'spontaneous universities' in England. Faint dampstain affecting front cover and top corner of first page, o/w Very Good.

ii) Catalogue of Second Quarter. 4to. Slim wrps., stapled (20pp.). + registration form + printed list of supplementary courses loosely inserted (c. May 1968). Contains a detailed description of the courses offered. These included Cornelius Cardew on experimental music, Bob Cobbing and Anna Lockwood on composing with sound, Jim Haynes ("Dialogues about relevant and irrelevant matters"), Gustav Metzger on the Theory of Auto-destructive Art, and Yoko Ono with a weekly course ("The Connection") on the "attemp to connect people to their own reality by means of 'brain sessions' and ritual". The list of the visiting faculty was expanded to include Barry Flanagan, Gary Snyder and Stokely Carmichael, among others. The closing statement announces that "The Antiuniversity of London is in contact with antihospitals, communes, communities, etc. in London and elsewhere. We ally ourselves with these groups and seek to interdigitate our functions in confronting the stagnation and dehumanization of life in the West." Slight wear along lower edge of upper wrapper, o/w Very Good plus.

iii) Catalogue of Courses. 8vo. Slim wrps., stapled (16pp.). Probably printed by Writers Forum (July 1968). Includes a 1pp. text, "About the Antiuniversity" - "…we must do away with artificial splits and divisions between disciplines and art forms and between theory and action." Small indentation to upper wrapper, o/w Very Good plus.

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