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Romance languages educator , writer

Alberto Blasi, Romance languages educator, writer. Recipient French Government award, Bourse de Marque, 1972, Argentine Writers Society Book award, 1960, City University of New York research award, 1980-1983, 1999—2000, Argentine Foundation for the Arts award, 1966, 1969, Municipality of Buenos Aires Book award, 1967.

Background

Blasi, Alberto was born on January 21, 1931 in Buenos Aires. Son of Alberto B. and Emma (Raffo) Blasi.

Education

Diploma en Letras, University Buenos Aires, 1957. Licenciado en Letras, University Buenos Aires, 1965. D. Letras, University La Plata, 1976.

Postgraduate (fellow), University Iowa, 1975.

Career

Senior lecturer University Buenos Aires, 1965-1969. Professor University Rosario, Argentina, 1969-1973. Visiting writer University Iowa, 1974-1975.

Associate professor Spanish Brooklyn College, City University of New York, 1975-1979, professor modern langs, since 1979. Professor Spanish City University of New York Graduate School, since 1979.

Works

Membership

Member Poets, Playwrights, Editors, Essayists and Novelists association Club International, International Association Hispanists, International Comparative Literature Association.

Connections

father:
Alberto B. Blasi

mother:
Emma (Raffo) Blasi