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Schulman, Ivan A(lbert)

SCHULMAN, Ivan A(lbert)

SCHULMAN, Ivan A(lbert). American, b. 1931. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Washington University, St. Louis, MO, assistant professor, 1959-62, associate professor, 1962-64, professor of Spanish, 1964-68, and Spanish American literature, 1968-70, founder and chairman of Latin American Studies Program, 1962-64, director of Summer Language Institute, 1963, chairman of Dept of Romance Languages, 1965-69; State University of New York at Stony Brook, professor of Spanish, 1970-71, and Spanish American Literature, 1970-73, chairman of Dept of Romance Languages, 1970-71, and Dept of Hispanic Languages and Literatures, 1971-73; University of Florida, Gainesville, Graduate Research Professor of Latin American Literatures, 1973-80, acting director of Intl Studies and Programs, 1977-78, director of Center for Latin American Studies, 1977-80; Wayne State University, Detroit, professor of Spanish, 1980-85, elected member of Academy of Scholars, 1982-; University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, professor of Spanish and comparative literature and head of dept of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese, 1985-92, Richard G. and Carole J. Cline University Scholar, 1992, professor emeritus, 1996-; Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, professor of Hispanic studies. Visiting professor at universities in North and South America. Publications: Simbolo y color en la obra de Jose Marti (title means: Symbolism and Color in the Work of Jose Marti), 1960, 2nd ed., 1970; (with M.P. Gonzalez) Esquema ideologico de Jose Marti (title means: Ideologic Index of Jose Marti), 1961; Genesis del modernismo: Marti, Najera, Silva, Casal (title means: The Origin of Modernism: Marti, Najera, Silva, Casal), 1966, 2nd ed., 1968; Marti, Casal y el modernismo (title means: Marti, Casal, and Modernism), 1969; El modernismo hispanoamericano (title means: Spanish-American Modernism), 1969; (with V.A. Chamberlain) La Revista Ilustrada de Nueva York: History, Anthology, and Index of Literary Selections (monograph), 1976; (with E.P. Garfield) Poesia Modernista hispanoamericana y espanola (title means: Modernist Poetry in Spain and Spanish America), 1986; Relectures Martianas: narracion y nacion, 1994. EDITOR: (and contrib.) Coloquio sobre la novela hispanoamericana (title means: Colloquium on the Spanish American Novel), 1967; (with M.P. Gonzalez) J. Marti, Dario y el modernismo (title means: Marti, Dario, and Modernism), 1969, 2nd ed., 1974; J. Marti, Versos libres (title means: Free Verses), 1970; J.F. Manzano, Autobiografia de un esclavo (title means: Autobiography of a Slave), 1975; (and trans.) Latin America in Its Literature, 1980; (and author of intro.) C. Villaverde, Cecilia Valdes (novel), 1981; (and author of intro.) J. Marti, Ismaelillo, Versos libres, Versos sencillos (title means: Ismaelillo, Free Verses, Simple Verses), 1982; El Proyecto Inconcluso: La Vigencia del Modernismo, 2002. Address: 3115 S Ocean Blvd Apt 601, Highland Beach, FL 33487, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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