Vazsonyi, Nicholas 1963-
VAZSONYI, Nicholas 1963-
PERSONAL: Born May 31, 1963, in Traverse City, MI; son of Balint (a concert pianist) and Barbara (Whittington) Vazsonyi; married Agnes Mueller (a professor of German studies), March 1, 1996; children: Leah. Education: Indiana University—Bloomington, B.A. (summa cum laude), 1982; University of California—Los Angeles, M.A., 1988, Ph.D., 1993.
CAREER: Telemusic, Inc., Bloomington, IN, artistic director, 1984-86, 1988-90; Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, assistant professor of German, 1994-97; University of South Carolina—Columbia, Columbia, SC, assistant professor, 1997-2001, associate professor of German, 2001—.
MEMBER: Goethe Society of North America, Modern Language Association of America, American Association of Teachers of German, German Studies Association, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Phi Beta Kappa.
AWARDS, HONORS: Grant from German Academic Exchange Service, 1997.
Lukacs Reads Goethe: From Aestheticism to Stalinism, Camden House (Columbia, SC), 1997.
(Editor) Searching for Common Ground: Diskurse zur deutschen Identität, 1750-1871, Böhlau Verlag (Cologne, Germany), 2000.
(Editor) Wagner's "Meistersinger": Performance, History, Representation, University of Rochester Press (Rochester, NY), 2003.
Documentary films for MPI Home Video include Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, and Brahms, all 1989.
WORK IN PROGRESS: Research on the "Wagner industry."
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