Title:Alfred Seymour Hopkins papers, 1963-2008 (bulk 1963-1976)
Creator/Contributor:Hopkins, Alfred Seymour, 1938-2016, creator, creator.
Contains correspondence, academic diplomas, awards, lectures, clippings, short stories, 3 videocassettes of Hopkins' dramatic
Hopkins, Alfred Seymour -- 1938-2016 -- Archives
Journalism -- Latin America
Journalists -- United States
Actors -- United States
Alfred Seymour Hopkins papers, BANC MSS 2018/248, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Gift of Louise Imm-Cooper ; 2018.
Photographs transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library.
Alfred Seymour Hopkins (born May 1, 1938, Los Angeles, California ; died November 27, 2016, Mount Joy, Pennsylvania) was an
American journalist, drama educator, poet, teacher, and dramatist. He graduated from the University of Berkeley in 1962 with
a degree in social science/journalism. From 1962 to 1966 he worked at three daily newspapers in the United States. From 1966
to 1969, he traveled extensively throughout Latin America working as a free lance journalist covering news focusing on peace
anhd social justice. In 1972, he returned to Latin America eventually settling in Buenos Aires, Argentina for the next four
decades. In 1977, he began studying acting with various mentors, including Ricardo Bartis. He acted in dozens of plays in
English and created a solo performance of "Hamlet" which he performed at La Casa de las Americas in Havana, Cuba in 1997.
He returned to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania in 2016.
In English with some Spanish.
BANC MSS 2018/248 box 1
BANC MSS 2018/248 box 2
BANC MSS 2018/248 box 3
BANC MSS 2018/248