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Italian studies educator

Zygmunt Guido Baranski, Italian studies educator. Recipient medal Fondazione Il Campiello, Venice, Italy, 1990, Leverhulme award, 1992-1993. Member International Society History of Rhetoric, International Association Italian Language and Literature, Association Study of Modern Italy, Society Italian Studies, Philological Society, Dante Society of America, Henry Sweet Society.

Background

Baranski, Zygmunt Guido was born on April 13, 1951 in Nottingham, England. Son of Henryk and Sonia (Mariotti) Baranski.

Education

Bachelor with honors, Hull University, England, 1973.

Career

Lecturer in Italian, Aberdeen (England) University, 1976-1979; lecturer in Italian studies, Reading (England) University, 1979-1989; head Italian studies, Reading (England) University, 1987-1989; senior lecturer, head Italian studies, Reading (England) University, 1989-1992; professor, head Italian studies, Reading (England) University, since 1992. Visiting professor McGill University Montreal, Canada, 1988, University of Virginia Charlottesville, 1991. Visiting scholar Stanford U.

Visiting research professor of University Connecticut, Storrs, 1993.

Works

Membership

Member International Society History of Rhetoric, International Association Italian Language and Literature, Association Study of Modern Italy, Society Italian Studies, Philological Society, Dante Society of America, Henry Sweet Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: soccer.

Connections

Married Margaret Ellen Watt, April 7, 1979. Children: Anna Matilde, Edward Marek.

father:
Henryk Baranski

mother:
Sonia (Mariotti) Baranski

spouse:
Margaret Ellen Watt

child:
Edward Marek Baranski

child:
Anna Matilde Baranski