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Slavic studies educator

George Gregory Grabowicz, British Slavic studies educator. Fellow Fulbright Foundation, 1965-1966, National Defense Education Act, 1966-1969, Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1966-1968; junior fellow Society Fellows, Harvard University, 1971-1974.

Background

Grabowicz, George Gregory was born on October 12, 1943 in Cracow, Poland. Came to the United States, 1952. Son of Julius and Maria (Sprys) Grabowicz.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Yale University, 1965;A.M., Harvard University, 1970;Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1975.

Career

Research associate, Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1974-1975;director, Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, Cambridge, Massachusetts, since 1989;assistant professor Slavic languages and literature, Harvard University, Cambridge, 1975-1980;associate professor, Harvard University, Cambridge, 1980-1983;professor, Harvard University, Cambridge, since 1983;department chairman, Harvard University, Cambridge, 1983-1988.

Works

Membership

Member American Association for Advancement of Slavic Studies, Ukrainian Academy Arts and Sciences, Shevchenko Science Society, American Committee Slavists (chairman since 1988), International Association Ukranian Studies (vice president for North America since 1989).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: gardening.

Connections

Married Oksana Irena Horodyska, June 23, 1968.

father:
Julius Grabowicz

mother:
Maria (Sprys) Grabowicz

spouse:
Oksana Irena Horodyska