Professor Robert A. Sucharski


Contact: sucharsk@al.uw.edu.pl ; office tel.: (+48) (22) 828 02 84,
(+48) 603 132 080
Duty hours: Wednesday, 12.00–14:30; Friday, 13.00–15.00, room 10

Studies in the Classical Philology (- 1986-1992; M.A. (summa cum laude) in Classical Philology, at the Institute of Classical Studies, University of Warsaw – IFK UW). M.A. thesis under the direction of Prof. Oktawiusz Jurewicz: Nonnos of Panopolis and His Paraphrase of St. John’s Gospel (Nonnos z Panopolis i jego «Parafraza Ewangelii wg Św. Jana) - 1992 Assistant at the IFK, 1992-1998; PhD thesis in the humanities (linguistics) under the direction of Prof. Oktawiusz Jurewicz: Poseidon in Light of the Tablets in the Greek Linear B Script (Posejdon w świetle tekstów tabliczek w greckim piśmie linearnym B), 1998; IFK 1998-2001; Adiunctus at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies “Artes Liberales” (IBI AL previously OBTA) 2001-2009; Post-doctoral dissertation in the humanities (literary studies): Aegaeo-Graeca. Towards the Question of the Greek Cultural Continuity (Aegaeo-Graeca. Ku problemowi greckiej ciągłości kulturowej), 2006; Since 2009 professor extraordinarius of the University of Warsaw. Since 1992 member of the Polish Society of teh Classical Philology (Societas Philologa Polonorum – PTF): general secretary of PTF 1995-2001, chancellor of PTF 2001-2005; Organizer-in-chief of the National Latin Olympics (Olimpiada Języka Łacińskiego) 1998-2001; Since1999 Director of the East-European School in the Humanities (MSH EW); Since1999 Secretary, Director and then Provost of the “Artes Liberales Institute” Foundation (FIAL); Since February 2008 Deputy Director of the Faculty of “Artes Liberales”, University of Warsaw. Since 2012 Deputy-Dean for Students Affairs.

Foreign Scholarships:
Scholarship of the European Community within the Tempus Programme 1990/91 – studies at Università degli Studi di Bari (Italy); Scholarship of the Université de Genève (Switzerland) 1993/94; Scholarship of the Greek Government at the Πανεπιστήμιο Πατρών 1998.

Awards:

  • Awards of the Rector of the University of Warsaw: 2000, 2002, 2006, 2009, 2014
  • 2015 Medal for Educational and Scholarly Merits awarded by the Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine
Main publications:
  1. A Few Observations on the Distinctive Features of the Greek Culture [in:] "Colloquia Humanistica" 1 (2012), 125-134
  2. The diachronic influence of Greek on the Polish language. Part I. Greek in Polish – A Reconnaissance [in:] Η διαχρονική συμβολή της Ελληνικής σε άλλες γλώσσες (red. Γ. Καναράκης), Αθήνα 2014, 329-385
  3. Język(i) starożytnego Cypru [in:] Cypr. Dzieje, literatura, kultura, M. Borowska, P. Kordos, D. Maliszewski (eds),Warszawa 2014, vol 2, 1-16
  4. Posejdon w świetle tekstów tabliczek w greckim piśmie linearnym B (Archiwum Filologiczne LV) KNoKA PAN, Warszawa 2000, ISBN 83-85618-51-1;
  5. Aegaeo-Graeca. Ku problemowi greckiej ciągłości kulturowej. OBTA DiG, Warszawa 2005, ISBN: 83-7181-379-1;
  6. Anton Schneeberger, De bona militum valetudine conservanda liber (edition of the Latin text and translation into Polish, a part of footnotes) (published together with St. Ilnicki and T.M. Nowakiem), WIM, IBI AL oraz DiG, Warszawa 2008, ISBN 978-83-7181-556-0;
  7. Ko ma we te ja, „Eos” LXXXI 1993 [1995], ISSN 0012-7825, pp. 177-181;
  8. U po jo Po ti ni ja and The Cult of Baetyls (published together with K.T. Witczakiem), „Živa Antika” XLVI 1996, Skopje FYROM, ISSN 0514-7727, pp. 5-12;
  9. Quelques observations sur la racine indo-européenne: *h3yeu- / *yeuh3- ‘joindre’, „Linguistica Baltica” V/VI 1996-97, ISSN 1230-3984, pp. 7-10 ;
  10. A-ma-tu-na: Une deesse pylienne retrouvee? w: Collectanea Philologica IV. Ignatio Richardo Danka sexagenario oblata, Wydawnictwo UŁ, Łódź 2002 [2003], ISBN: 83-7171-617-6, pp. 27-30 ;
  11. A Gloss On three «Olive-Oil» Tablets (Ugarit, Pylos) Connected With Fertility Rites, [in:] The Orient and the Aegean (ed. F.M. Stępniowski), Warsaw 2003, ISBN: 83-919221-2-X, pp. 143-148;
  12. The Mycenaean o-ka etymologically reconsidered, “DO-SO-MO. Fascicula Mycenologica Polona” 4-5 2002-2003 [2004], ISBN 83-88865-53-6, pp. 109-115;
  13. Piśmiennictwo Grecji doby egejskiej, [in:] Literatura Grecji starożytnej (ed. H. Podbielski) vols. I-II, Lublin 2005, Towarzystwo Naukowe KUL (Źródła i monografie 255), ISBN 83-7306-172-X, vol. I, pp. 25-39.
  14. „Święty gród Troi” albo o pożytkach z badania tego, co pozornie dobrze znane, „Meander” LX 4/2005 [2007], ISSN 0025-6285, pp. 452-457.
  15. Once Again on the Etymology of Megaron [in:] Early European Languages in the Eyes of Modern Linguistics. Proceedings of the Colloquium on the Ancient Indo-European Languages and the Early Stages of the Modern Romance, Germanic and Slavonic Languages (28 September – 1 October 2008, Brno) (edd. Kateřina Loudová & Marie Žáková), Masaryk University, Brno 2009, ISBN 978 -80 -210 -4944 -4 pp. 297-305;
  16. Czytając Homera w ruinach Olimpii albo o korzyściach z lektury scholiów, „Meander” LXII 1-2/2007 [2009], ISSN 0025-6285, pp. 3-9;
  17. Ru-ki-to and Lyktos: Problems of Identification, “Graecolatina et Orientalia” XXX-XXXII/2009 [2010], Bratislava, ISSN 0083-4114, pp. 5-14;
  18. List Mistrza Arnolda de Villanova do Najjaśniejszego Pana, Króla Aragonii o chronieniu się przed zarazą, „Lekarz wojskowy”, LXXXVIII, 2/2010, ISSN 0024-0745, pp. 197-203 (published together with St. Ilnicki).
  19. Mysterious Cat (Felis catus – silvestris necnon domesticus) [in:] Birthday Beasts’ Book. Cultural Studies in Honour of Jerzy Axer (ed. Katarzyna Marciniak), IBI AL, Warszawa 2011, ISBN 978-83-928972-9-3, pp. 401-408.