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John Michael Gogol

John Michael Gogol, American editor, publisher. Fulbright fellow Germanistics Society of America, University Heidelberg, University Munich, 1966-1967; recipient Graves Prize award in humanities Pomona College, 1971. Member Polish Institute Arts and Sciences in American, Native American Art Studies Association.

Background

  • Gogol, John Michael was born on August 15, 1938 in Westfield, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Michael and Jennie (Petros) Gogol.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Clark University, 1960. Master of Arts, University Washington, 1964. ABD, University Washington, 1970.

    Career

    • Chairman department mathematics, science Waitsfield (Vermont) High School, 1961-1962. Teacher German, mathematics, history Chicopee Comprehensive High School, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts, 1962-1964. Teaching assistant University Washington, Seattle, 1964-1965.

      Instructor German and Russian Colorado State University, Fort Collins, 1965-1968. Teaching associate comparative literature University Washington, Seattle, 1969. Assistant professor humanities Pacific University, Forest Grove, Oregon, 1970-1974.

      Editor, public Mr. Cogito Press, Forest Grove, Portland, since 1973, American Indian Basketry and Other Native Arts, Portland, since 1979. Director Institute for Study of Traditional American Indian Arts, since 1980. Chairman, presenter professional conferences.

    Works

    • Contributor articles on Native American arts, folklore, different cultures to scholarly publications. Author chapbook: Native American Words, 1973. Translator poems from Russian, Polish, German.

    Membership

    Member Polish Institute Arts and Sciences in American, Native American Art Studies Association.
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    • 1960
      Clark University
    • 1964
      University Washington
    • 1970
      University Washington
    • 1961 - 1962
      Chairman, department mathematics
    • 1962 - 1964
      teacher, German
      Massachusetts, United States
    • 1964 - 1965
      teaching assistant, University Washington
      Seattle, Washington, United States
    • 1965 - 1968
      instructor, German and Russian Colorado State University
      Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
    • 1969
      teaching associate, comparative literature University Washington
      Seattle, Washington, United States
    • 1970 - 1974
      assistant, professor humanities Pacific University
      Forest Grove, Oregon, United States
    • 1973
      editor
      Forest Grove, Oregon, United States
    • 1979
      editor
      Portland, Jamaica
    • 1980
      director, Institute for Study of Traditional American Indian Arts
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