Frank Gladney Papers, 1961-1990 | University of Illinois Archives
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Papers of Frank Gladney (1936-), associate professor of Russian and Slavic Languages and Literature (1963-2006); includes curriculum vitae and biographical materials (1967-1972); correspondence with colleagues from the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature (1965-1988); correspondence with colleagues, publishers, and students (1961-1990) [in English, Russian, and Polish]; faculty meeting minutes (1963-1985); course examinations (1964, 1989); letters of recommendation (1966-1985), and personal papers (1963-1988).
Significant subjects include: Slavic and Polish linguistics, Slavic and East European Journal (SEEJ), International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) Reports (1971-1985), National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship (1973-1975).
Major correspondents include: Christine Bethin, Maria Zagorska Brooks, David Birnbaum, Evelyn Bristol, James Crowell, Clayton Dawson, Rasio Dunatov, Ralph Fisher, Maurice Friedberg, James (Jim) Gallant, Stephen (Steve) Hill, Howard Keller, Saul Levin, James Levine, Theodore (Ted) Lightner, Horace Lunt, Lew (Reid) Mickelsen, Kenneth Nalibow, Jan Perkowski, David Ransel, Zygmunt Saloni, Alexander Schenker, William Schmalstieg, Oscar Swan, and Richard York.