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Grzegorz Józef Gazda

Grzegorz Józef Gazda, Polish humanities educator. Recipient Gold Cross of Merit of Polish Republic, 1988, medal National Education Committee, 1989. Member Academy Society Lódz, Polish Writers Union.


  • Gazda, Grzegorz Józef was born on October 13, 1943 in Srock, Piotrkow, Poland. Son of Józef and Genowefa (Grochulska) Gazda.

  • Education

    • Master of Arts, University Lódz, Poland, 1966. Qualifying certified assistant professor, University Lódz, Poland, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1972.


    • Vice-manager Institute Theory Literature, Theatre and Film University Lódz, 1978-1981, vice-dean faculty philology, 1987-1990, professor, chief department film, 1987-1991, professor, chief department theory of literature, since 1991, High School of Towics, Poland, since 1994. Secretary Committee Poetics, International Committee Slavists, since 1970.


    • Author: Futurism in Poland, 1974 (Ministry of Higher Education award 1974), The Avant-Garde Tradition and Modernity, 1987 (Ministry of Higher Education award 1987). Editor: (book series volunteer 1-5) The Problems of the Avant Garde, 1982-1995. Editor-in-chief Les Problèmes des Genres Littéraires, since 1995.

      Chief literature section Weekly Magazine Odgtosy, 1984-1987. Co-editor bimonthly Film in the World, 1991-1993.


    Member Academy Society Lódz, Polish Writers Union.



    Books, mushrooming party, voyages.


    • Married Irena Barbara Grundniewska, August 30, 1969. Children: Michat, Tomasz.
    • father: Józef Gazda
    • mother: Genowefa (Grochulska) Gazda
    • spouse: Irena Barbara Grundniewska
    • children: Michat Gazda
    • Tomasz Gazda
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    Born October 13, 1943
    (age 74)
    • 1966
      University Lódz
    • 1986
      University Lódz
    • 1972
      Polish Academy Sciences
    • 1978 - 1981
      Vice-manager Institute Theory Literature
    • 1987 - 1990
      Vice-manager Institute Theory Literature
    • 1994
      Vice-manager Institute Theory Literature