Sylvère Lotringer, photo by Iris Klein.
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Yesterday, the Fales Library at NYU made the Sylvère Lotringer Papers and Semiotext(e) Archive available to researchers. Lotringer is an author, publisher, and social critic widely credited with bringing French theorists such as Foucault, Deleuze and Guattari, and Baudrillard to English-language readers. As Fales’s Senior Archivist Lisa Darms says, “Sylvère's collection could have gone to any number of big league institutions, but by choosing Fales and positioning his archive in the context of our Downtown Collection, he chose to foreground his and Semiotext(e)'s affiliation with the Downtown scene.”
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