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Spanish language educator

Anthony Nicholas Zahareas, Spanish language educator. Grantee Guggenheim Foundation, National Endowment of the Humanities, Andrew Mellon Research, American Council of Learned Societies Grants-in-aid; research fellow Ortega y Gasset Foundation, Madrid, Panteios University, others; Danforth fellow, 1963-1966.

Background

Zahareas, Anthony Nicholas was born on August 2, 1930.

Education

Bachelor, Ohio State University, 1956. Master of Arts, Ohio State University, 1958. Doctor of Philosophy, Ohio State University, 1962.

Career

Professor Smith College, University Pennsylvania, New York University, 1969-1971. Professor department Spanish and Portuguese University Minnesota, Minneapolis, since 1972, chairman department Spanish and Portuguese, 1972-1976, director research development College Language Association, 1977-1982, director Humanities Center, 1983-1985, co-founder Institute Ideologies and Literature, 1974-1986. Visiting professor University Massachusetts, Rutgers University, University of California at Los Angeles, Stanford University, California, Panteios Hellenic University, Athens.

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