|Name Leonard Barkan||Education Yale University (1971)|
|Awards Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, US & Canada, Architectural Digest Award for Literary Writing on the Visual Arts|
Books Mute Poetry - Speaking, The gods made flesh, Unearthing the Past, Satyr Square, Transuming passion
Leonard barkan michelangelo a life on paper
Leonard Barkan is Class of 1943 University Professor and Chair of the Department of Comparative Literature, at Princeton University. He won Berlin Prize, Ellen Maria Gorrissen Fellow in Fall 2009. He won the 2011 Harry Levin Prize. Barkan shared the PEN/Architectural Digest Award for Literary Writing on the Visual Arts for Unearthing the Past with Deborah Silverman in 2001.
- Leonard barkan michelangelo a life on paper
- Mute poetry speaking pictures by leonard barkan
Mute poetry speaking pictures by leonard barkan
He taught at the University of California at San Diego, Northwestern University, University of Michigan, and New York University. He was visiting scholar at Freie Universität Berlin.