Eric Silberberg is an educator and librarian with over 10 years of experience in adult education, college and graduate-level teaching, secondary teaching, and research. In these roles, he has had the privilege of working with students in New York, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Palestine.
Currently, Eric is an Assistant Professor and Librarian for Instructional Design and Education at Queens College, City University of New York. His research focuses on library pedagogy and a comparative analysis of library services for teacher training programs in Mexico and the United States. Additionally, Eric actively collaborates on digital library projects that promote equitable access to information by any means necessary.
In his previous academic work at the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, he examined regional music and the educational profiles of US-born young people with Mexican heritage in Puebla. He started his career as a Special Education teacher in Brooklyn, NY.
An international collaboration to create a repository of free online resources for Latin American, Caribbean, Latinx, and Iberian studies. It is an essential tool to find websites that provide access to a great variety of resources such as audiovisual materials, books, data, ephemera, government documents, oral histories, periodicals, reference works, visual materials, web archives and more.
Born out of a collaboration with the Radio Preservation Task Force, this interactive map showcases books, articles, and archives about Spanish-langauge radio in the United States.
A two-day conference I organized at the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla that explored the influence of Norteño music on the identity and economy of the Tehuacán region of Puebla, Mexico.
Created for 4TV Puebla, these shorts profile musicians from Tehuacán, Puebla, Mexico and the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on their art and livelihood.
Longtime family recording project.
Recording project with Luis Ramon Castañeda of his compositions about Tehuacán, Mexico.