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critic , Editor , English language educator

George Andrew Panichas, American language educator, critic, editor. Recipient Henry Regnery award, 2003; grantee, Earhart Foundation, 1982. Member Academy Board National Humanities Institute, from 1985; trustee Foundation Faith in Search of Understanding, 1987; Fellow: Royal Society Arts (England).

Background

Panichas, George Andrew was born on May 21, 1930 in Springfield, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Andrew and Fotini (Dracouli) Panichas.

Education

Bachelor, American International College, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1951. Doctor of Letters (honorary), American International College, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1984. AM, Trinity College, Connecticut, 1952.

Doctor of Philosophy, Nottingham University, England, 1962.

Career

Instructor, English and comparative literature, U. Maryland., College Park, 1962-1963; assistant professor, U. Maryland., 1963-1966; associate professor, U. Maryland., 1966-1968; professor, U. Maryland., 1968-1992. Member Richard M. Weaver fellowship awards committee, 1984-1988, Ingersoll Prizes Jury Panel, 1986. Co-chairman Conference on Irving Babbitt: Fifty Years Later, 1983.

Works

Membership

Member Academy Board National Humanities Institute, since 1985. Trustee Foundation for Faithin Search of Understanding, 1987. Fellow Royal Society Arts (United Kingdom).

Connections

father:
Andrew Panichas

mother:
Fotini (Dracouli) Panichas