into a lifelong passion that eventually took him to Princeton to pursue doctoral studies under the direction ´ of Americo Castro. Castro had tried to discourage him from writing a dissertation on an eighteenthcentury topic, the area that Bud had chosen. Common wisdom at the time held that the eighteenth century was not a field worthy of serious scholarly attention, and definitely not an area of study that deserved lifelong dedication. However, Bud was a man of convictions, and he was convinced that Castro's arguments, although well intentioned, were misplaced. He decided to pursue his interest in the Spanish Enlightenment. Following graduate school and a two-year stint in the military in Washington DC, he held teaching positions at Duke University (1955 1956), the University of Wisconsin at Madison (19561964), the University of Maryland (19661968), and finally, at the University of Pennsylvania (19681998). From the outset his name was tied to scholarship on Russell P. Sebold was a preeminent scholar of Spanish at the University of Pennsylvania, and retired in 1998 as Edwin B. and Lenore R. Williams Professor. He passed away in West Chester, Pennsylvania, on April 7, 2014 following complications from a stroke. He was 86 years
Hispanic Review – University of Pennsylvania Press
Published: Oct 21, 2014
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