Janusz Kazimierz Zawodny

Political scientist, international politics educator, author

Born Dec. 11, 1921, Warsaw, Poland; came to U.S., 1948; son of Kazimierz and Wanda (Pukk); married LaRae (Koppit); child: Roman.

Education: diploma, London School of Foreign Trade (United Kingdom), 1948; Bachelor of Science (B.S.), 1950, Master of Arts (M.A.), 1951, University of Iowa, Iowa City; Ph.D., Stanford University (CA), 1955.

Career: instructor, assistant prof., Princeton University (NJ), 1955-58; associate prof, 1962-63, prof., 1965-75, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; prof., Washington University, St. Louis (MO), 1963-65; prof., Claremont Graduate School and Pomona College (CA), 1975-82; consultant, Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, Cambridge (MA), 1977-82; consultant to staff, National Security Council, Executive Office of the President of the United States, White House, 1979-82; Retired.

Author, i.a.: Death in the Forest: The Story of the Katyn Forest Massacre, 1962 (translated into 10 languages); Man and International Relations: Contribution of the Social Sciences to the Study of Conflict and Integration, and Guide to the Study of International Relations, 1967; Nothing But Honour: The Story of the Uprising of Warsaw, 1944, 1978; Wywiady z uczestnikami i swiadkami powstania warszawskiego, 1994; Powstanie warszawskie w walce i dyplomacji, 1994; editor, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 1962; contributor, Problems of National Strategy, 1965; Conflict Resolution: Contributions of the Behavioral Sciences, 1971; contributor, Social Conflict, 1974, Perspectives on Terrorism, 1983, and International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences; numerous articles in professional journals.

Member of: fellow, Social Sciences Research Council, 1953-54, and Central for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Science, Stanford, 1961-62; Harvard University Central for International Affairs, 1968; senior associate member, St. Antony's College, Oxford University, 1968-69; faculty sponsor, Earhart Foundation, 1970-82; Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 1971-72; evaluator, National Endowment for Humanities (NEH), 1980-82; board directors member, Portland Youth Philharmonic.

Honors, i.a.: Order of Virtuti Militari; Commander Cross with Star - Polonia Restituta; Gold Cross of Merit with Swords; Silver Cross of Merit with Swords; fellowship, Ford Foundation, 1956, 1958-59, 1968-69, Institute of Social and Behavioral Pathology, University of Chicago, 1979-82; scholar - diplomat seminar, U.S. Department of State, 1973; literature award, Kultura, Paris (France), 1979; A. Jurzykowski Award, New York City, 1981; research award, Polish Institute of Arts and Science, London (United Kingdom), 1982, 1989; J. Lojek Literature Award, Warsaw, 1990; Commemoration Medal of Katyn, Katyn Institute in Poland, 1993; Commander Cross with Star - Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, L. Walesa, President of Poland, 1994; listed in: Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in America, Princeton Institute for Advanced Study Community of Scholars, The International Authors and Writers Who's Who, Dictionary of International Biography, Contemporary Authors, The Writers Dictionary, Who's Who in Consulting, Encyklopedia PWN (Poland).

Served with: Polish Home Army - Armia Krajowa (A.K.), 2nd lieutenant, 1940-44; British Army, Polish Armored 12th Lancers Regiment, 1945-48.

Languages: Polish, English, Italian, Russian.

Home: 23703 Margaret Road, Brush Prairie, WA 98606.

From: "Who's Who in Polish America" 1st Edition 1996-1997, Boleslaw Wierzbianski editor; Bicentennial Publishing Corporation, New York, NY, 1996.