Maxim Tarnawsky

Maxim Tarnawsky

Brief Curriculum Vitae

A. PERSONAL INFORMATION
Date of Birth: September 3, 1955. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Citizenship: U.S.A.
Married to Uliana Pasicznyk. Children: Ivan and Stefan.

Home Address: University Address
312 Willard Avenue
Toronto, Ontario, M6S 3R2
Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
University of Toronto
121 St Joseph Street
Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1J4 (M5S 3C2 for couriers)
416-769-0670
416-926-1300 x3338
FAX 416-926-2076
E-mail: tarn@chass.utoronto.ca


2. Degrees

Ph.D. 1986 Harvard University. Comparative Literature
Thesis Title: "Valerijan Pidmohyl'nyj, Guy de Maupassant, and the Magic of the Night"
B.A. cum laude 1977 University of Pennsylvania

3. Employment

4. Honours
The American Association for Ukrainian Studies Book Prize for 1995 (Best book in Ukrainian Studies in 1994) awarded for Between Reason and Irrationality: The Prose of Valerijan Pidmohyl'nyj.

C. PUBLICATIONS
7. a. Refereed Articles

7. b. Books

Between Reason and Irrationality: The Prose of Valerijan Pidmohyl'nyj, Published January 1995 by the University of Toronto Press.

8. b. Non-Refereed Publications - Books

Weekdays and Sunday (Translation of Ivan Kernytsky's Budni i nedilja) Philadelphia: Mosty, 1999.

9. Manuscripts/publications in preparation

10. Papers Presented at Recent Meetings and Symposia

E. OTHER POSITIONS

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