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Guide to the Gerald Gillespie Papers
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These papers document Gillespie's professional career, largely from his years at Stanford University. The papers include correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, articles, papers, course materials, syllabi, and other items. They are arranged in seven groupings: alpha files (1964-1991), Stanford departmental files (1977-1999), Academic Council Committee on Libraries records (1988-1990), SUNY Binghamton files (1964-1974), University of Southern California correspondence (1961-1966), German Life and Letters files (1989-1997), and oversize materials.
Gerald Gillespie joined the Stanford University faculty in 1974, teaching in German studies, comparative literature, and humanities programs. A recepient of Fullbright, Guggenheim, Mellon, and NEH fellowships, he has published numerous books and articles and served on the editorial boards of several journals, including comparative literature and German Life and Letters.
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