Johanna Spector Audio Collection
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Johanna Spector was an ethnomusicologist, documentary film maker, and professor studying the native cantillation and lives of Middle Eastern and Asian Jewish communities. This collection includes post-WWII materials, including 1,164 audio tapes, a portion of which have been digitized here.
The Johanna Spector Papers and Audio-Visual Materials processing project was made possible by a Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives Grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, through a program administered by the Council on Library Resources (CLIR).
Digitization of many of the items was funded by a Recordings at Risk grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, through the Council on Library Resources (CLIR).