Ladislaus "Lou" Bolchazy, PhD

Ladislaus "Lou" Bolchazy, PhD Ladislaus J. "Lou" Bolchazy was co-owner and president of Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, a company devoted primarily to the ancient world, classics, and textbooks. He received his BA in philosophy from St. Joseph's College, New York, his MA in classics from New York University, and his PhD in classics from the State University of New York at Albany. His special interests in teaching and research were the history of ethical concepts in the ancient world, comparative mythology, computer-oriented research in the Latin language, and Slavic studies. He previously served as a classics professor at Loyola University Chicago and also at Millersville State University, Pennsylvania. Bolchazy was the co-founder and coeditor of the Ancient World (1978-1991) and the editor of the Classical Bulletin (1991-2008), two scholarly journals. He was also the president of the Slovak American International Cultural Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that published English translations of Slovak literature and promoted Slovak art. In January of 2013, SAICF ceased to exist as a non-profit corporation and other Slovak organizations will take over its functions. Bolchazy authored Hospitality in Antiquity (Ares Publishers, 1996), gave a number of papers at conferences, and also developed a radio series on myth ("Myth Is Truth," 14 programs in comparative mythology broadcast by Loyola University and Triton College.)

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