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Silverman (Joseph H.) papers
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The Joseph H. Silverman papers contain research and teaching materials, correspondence, and audio visual recordings that Silverman used for research. Silverman was a Hispanist scholar and professor of Spanish literature at University of Southern California, University of California, Los Angeles, and University of California, Santa Cruz.
Joseph H. Silverman (1924-1989) was a Hispanist scholar and professor of Spanish literature at USC, UCLA, and UCSC. He was the provost of Adlai Stevenson College from 1974 to 1981 and director of the University of California's Education Abroad Program in Madrid from 1983 to 1985. Silverman specilized in Spanish Golden Age literature, Sephardic balladry, and the cultural influence of Sephardic Jews on Spanish culture. He often collaborated with other Hispanist scholars, such as Samuel G. Armistead and Israel J. Katz. He published nearly 300 books, articles, and reviews throughout his career.
32.4 Linear Feet 30 cartons; 2 oversize cartons; 1 document box
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Collection open for research. Audiovisual media is unavailable until reformatted. Contact Special Collections and Archives in advance to request access to audiovisual media.