Person Detail: Boria Sax
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|Full Name: Mr Boria Sax|
Boria Sax holds a doctorate in German and Intellectual History from SUNY Buffalo. His publications include books of scholarship, poetry, reference, translation, memoirs, and other genres. Two of the scholarly books have been named to list of "outstanding academic titles of the year" compiled by the journal Choice: Animals and the Third Reich: Pets, Scapegoats, and the Holocaust (Continuum, 2000) and The Mythical Zoo: An Encyclopedia of Animals in Myth, Legend, and Literature (ABC-CLIO, 2002). His books have been translated into French, Japanese, Korean, Turkish, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, and Czech. He has been an invited speaker at many institutions including Yale University, Duke University, the Smithsonian Institution, the Whitechapel Gallery, and many others. He is also an expert on online learning, and won the 2002 Sloan-C award for "online learning effectiveness," as well as the 2007 Humane Society award for the "distinguished new course." In addition, he is founder and first President of the nonprofit organization Nature in Legend and Story (NILAS, Inc.), which is dedicated "to promote understanding of traditional bonds between human beings and the natural world." He lives with his wife in White Plains, New York.
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|Travel Range:||Writer is willing to travel anywhere in New York State and the tri-state region around New York City.|
|Dates Available:||Almost any with proper notice.|
|Fees:||Negotiable, but minimum is $100 plus travel, lodging and meals for any speaking engagements beyond the immediate vicinity of White Plains or New York City.|
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Animals in the Third Reich: Pets, Scapegoats and the Holocaust
(Pub: Continuum International Publishing Company; republished in 2009 by Ad Infinitum Books. ISBN: 9-780826-412898)
Stealing Fire: A Childhood In The Shadow Of Atomic Espionage
(Pub: Expected September 2010; Ad Infinitum Books. ISBN: )
A memoir of growing up as the child of a spy.
The Raven And The Sun: Poems And Stories
(Pub: The Poet's Press. ISBN: 0922558426)
Short, lyrical verse and prose.
The Fantastic, Ordinary World Of Lutz Rathenow
(Pub: Xenos Books ISBN: 1879378310)
Editor and translator. An edited collection of work by the poet Lutz Rathenow.
(Pub: Buffalo: Textile Bridge Press. ISBN: 098838024)
(Pub: Reaktion Books ISBN: 1861891946)
The crow in myth, legend, religion, science, and daily life (also published in Arabic, Turkish, Chinese, French, Korean, and Russian translation).
The Mythical Zoo: An Encyclopedia Of Animals In World Myth, Legend, And Literature
(Pub: ABC-CLIO. ISBN: 157076121)
Boria Sax lives in White Plains, New York.
Boria Sax holds a doctorate in German and Intellectual History from SUNY Buffalo.