Samuel Hollander fonds

Title: Samuel Hollander fonds

Dates of creation: ca. 1956-2012

Physical description: 8.22 metres of textual and graphic material

Biographical Sketch: Samuel Hollander was born in 1937 in London England.  He grew up in an orthodox Jewish family where at the age of 16 he was sent to Gateshead-on-Tyne for Talmudic training.  He graduated from the London School of Economics with a B. Sc. in Economics in 1959 and went to Princeton University where he completed his A.M. and Ph.D. by 1963. Hollander taught the history of economic thought at the University of Toronto from ca. 1963 to 1998. His research interests include British classical economists such as David Ricardo and Thomas Malthus as well as Marxian economics. Since 2000, Hollander has been a professor in the at Ben-Gurion University in Beer-Sheva, Israel.

Scope and content: Manuscripts, typescripts of books and articles, professional correspondence, recommendations, journal reviews and replies, lectures, teaching files, taped lectures, student papers, files relating to grants and awards, and research notes documenting Samuel Hollander’s student life and career as a professor of economics.

Finding Aids: File list (B2012-0018) and series descriptions available

Access: Open

Accession number: B1998-0027, B2012-0018