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''' Marc Silberman '''  received his Ph.D. from Indiana University (1975) and joined the University of Wisconsin  faculty in 1988. He teaches twentieth-century Germany with special emphasis on postwar issues (east and west) as well as courses in the film studies program (Communications Arts). He is an affiliate faculty member of the Department of Theater and Drama and also sits on the steering committee of the [[University of Wisconsin Havens Center for the Study of Social Structure and Social Change]]. His research and publications cover three related fields: the history of German cinema, [[Bertolt Brecht]] and the tradition of political theater, and GDR literature and culture. He edited the Brecht Yearbook from 1990-1995 and is also active as a translator of German literary texts.<ref>[http://german.lss.wisc.edu/new_web/?q=node/33 UW madison, german dept bio, accessed Feb. 20, 2011]</ref>
 
''' Marc Silberman '''  received his Ph.D. from Indiana University (1975) and joined the University of Wisconsin  faculty in 1988. He teaches twentieth-century Germany with special emphasis on postwar issues (east and west) as well as courses in the film studies program (Communications Arts). He is an affiliate faculty member of the Department of Theater and Drama and also sits on the steering committee of the [[University of Wisconsin Havens Center for the Study of Social Structure and Social Change]]. His research and publications cover three related fields: the history of German cinema, [[Bertolt Brecht]] and the tradition of political theater, and GDR literature and culture. He edited the Brecht Yearbook from 1990-1995 and is also active as a translator of German literary texts.<ref>[http://german.lss.wisc.edu/new_web/?q=node/33 UW madison, german dept bio, accessed Feb. 20, 2011]</ref>
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==Snowball sponsors==
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[[Progressive Dane]] November 27, 2019 ·
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Join us on December 7th at the Snowball as we celebrate our work this year, and JUST SAY NO to F35s!
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Our sponsors to date: [[Anne Habel]], [[Annie Kraus]], [[Beth Harper]], [[Brenda Konkel]], [[Chuck Smalley]] and [[Connie Palmer]], [[Cris Carusi]], [[Colin Bowden]], [[Dace Zeps]], [[Diane Farsetta]], [[Dirk Bakken]], Dr [[Jay Gold]] and [[Sabrina Gold]], [[Elena Haasl]], [[Eric Prudent]], [[Gregory Bradley]], [[Harry Richardson]] and [[Barbara Smith]], [[Heather Driscoll]], [[Heidi Wegleitner]], [[James White]], [[Jean MacCubbin]] and [[Alan Seeger]], [[Joan Kemble]], [[Josh Jacobson]], [[Juscha Robinson]], [[Kimberly Cho]], [[Laura Dresser]], [[Ledell Zellers]], [[Leland Pan]], [[Marc Silberman]], [[Margaret Bergamini]], [[Marj Passman]] and [[Don Passman]], [[Martha Kemble]], [[Mary Anglim]], [[Mary Kay Baum]], [[Matthew Mitnick]], [[Max Puchalsky]] and [[Simone Doing]], [[Michael Childers]], [[Patrick Heck]], [[Patrick Robbins]], [[Richard Kilmer]] and [[Andrew Ringquist]], [[Shelley Fite]], [[Tag Evers]], [[Tyler Albrecht]], [[Yogesh Chawla]], [[Zebulon Patek]]…..
  
 
==San Antonio Democratic Socialists of America==
 
==San Antonio Democratic Socialists of America==

Latest revision as of 16:04, 27 July 2020

Marc Silberman


Marc Silberman received his Ph.D. from Indiana University (1975) and joined the University of Wisconsin faculty in 1988. He teaches twentieth-century Germany with special emphasis on postwar issues (east and west) as well as courses in the film studies program (Communications Arts). He is an affiliate faculty member of the Department of Theater and Drama and also sits on the steering committee of the University of Wisconsin Havens Center for the Study of Social Structure and Social Change. His research and publications cover three related fields: the history of German cinema, Bertolt Brecht and the tradition of political theater, and GDR literature and culture. He edited the Brecht Yearbook from 1990-1995 and is also active as a translator of German literary texts.[1]

Snowball sponsors

Progressive Dane November 27, 2019 ·

Thank you to all our SNOWBALL Sponsors! It's not too late to invest in our progressive future by sponsoring the 2019 Snow Ball today, visit: https://prodane.org/snowball.

Join us on December 7th at the Snowball as we celebrate our work this year, and JUST SAY NO to F35s!

Progdane.PNG

Our sponsors to date: Anne Habel, Annie Kraus, Beth Harper, Brenda Konkel, Chuck Smalley and Connie Palmer, Cris Carusi, Colin Bowden, Dace Zeps, Diane Farsetta, Dirk Bakken, Dr Jay Gold and Sabrina Gold, Elena Haasl, Eric Prudent, Gregory Bradley, Harry Richardson and Barbara Smith, Heather Driscoll, Heidi Wegleitner, James White, Jean MacCubbin and Alan Seeger, Joan Kemble, Josh Jacobson, Juscha Robinson, Kimberly Cho, Laura Dresser, Ledell Zellers, Leland Pan, Marc Silberman, Margaret Bergamini, Marj Passman and Don Passman, Martha Kemble, Mary Anglim, Mary Kay Baum, Matthew Mitnick, Max Puchalsky and Simone Doing, Michael Childers, Patrick Heck, Patrick Robbins, Richard Kilmer and Andrew Ringquist, Shelley Fite, Tag Evers, Tyler Albrecht, Yogesh Chawla, Zebulon Patek…..

San Antonio Democratic Socialists of America

Circa 1985 Marc Silberman - ex New American Movement, ex Los Angeles Democratic Socialists of America was a member of San Antonio Democratic Socialists of America.[2].

Madison DSA contact

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In 2009 Marc Silberman was Madison, Wisconsin contact for Democratic Socialists of America[3].

References

  1. UW madison, german dept bio, accessed Feb. 20, 2011
  2. San Antonio Democratic Socialists of America membership list, circa 1985]
  3. http://www.dsausa.org/about/locals.html