Talk:The Institute for Cultural Research
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- Have added google scholar search results for monographs in pdf file format and also publication details of all notable monographs and books. EricT (talk) 10:31, 28 October 2008 (UTC)
It seems the Institute was based in London in 1972 . It was based in Tunbridge Wells in 1978 . The World of Learning says, in both editions, that it was founded in 1966, rather than 1965. Perhaps the charity registration date can shed on light on the discrepancy. Jayen466 15:03, 28 October 2008 (UTC)
- Also see , which again gives a date of 1966. (This actually looks like a potentially useful source for adding a few more details to the Idries Shah article, I'll have a look at that.) Jayen466 15:08, 28 October 2008 (UTC)
Possible future disambiguation
However, other ICRs exist, so maybe keep "Institute for Cultural Research" for possible future disambiguation?
Official name of charity
Have checked the UK Charity Commission and also the ICR's official web site and can confirm that the title is "The Institute for Cultural Research" with a leading "the".
Default sort is set to "Institute for Cultural Research, The".