PREDAVAČ

Malcolm Scott Hardy

povjesničar, London

PREDAVANJA

 Malcolm Scott Hardy

BIOGRAFIJA

Biografija je dostupna samo na engleskom jeziku.


Rođen 1940. u sjeveroistočnoj Engleskoj. Diplomirao je povijest na londoskom sveučilistu zatim predavao engleski na sveučilištima u Finskoj a od 1968-70. studirao povijest kulture na Institutu Warburg londonskog sveučilišta pod pokroviteljstvom profesora Ernsta Gombricha.
1970. zaposlio se u Britanskom Savjetu pa je od 1970-73 radio u Zagrebu, od 1973-7 u Pakistanu, Parizu od 1977-81 kao kulturni ataše, zatim u istoj funkciju u Milanu i Rimu od 1983-91. Karijeru u Britanskom Savjetu zaključio je 1994. u funkciji direktora Visiting Ats odsjeka za predstavljanje stranih umjetnosti u Velikoj Britaniji. Kao slobodni istraživač obradio je temu Britanskog djelovanja na Jadranu za vrijeme Napoleonskih ratova. Rezultate ovih svojih istraživanja objavio je u knjizi “Velika Britanija i Vis”, Književni krug Split, Archeopress Oxford, “Britanci i Rijeka”, Muzej grada Rijeke, Archepress, Oxford . Za sada je još neobjavljen materijal “Britanci i Korčula” i ostalo. Oženjen je zagrepčankom Vesnom Domany, koja je ujedno i prevoditeljica njegovih dviju knjiga na hrvatski jezik.

Born in 1940 in North East England. Graduated in History at University College London; obtained M Phil in Combined Historical Studies at the Warburg Institute University of London under the supervision of Sir Ernst Gombrich. After graduation taught English in University of Turku Finland. After post-graduate studies entered overseas career service of the British Council: in Zagreb from 1970-73, Islamabad, Pakistan 1973-77 (in Islamabad published an historical guide of the Islamabad area 'Between Indus and Jhelum"). Further British Council postings followed in Paris, Milan, Rome and London, with special responsibility for culture and arts. Concluded his career with the British Council in 1994 as Director Visiting Arts for the promotion of foreign arts in Britain. From 1994 worked as an independent historical researcher on various subjects including the activity of the British in the Adriatic during the Napoleonic wars. This research has been published in two books: 'The British and Vis: War in the Adriatic' published by Knjizevni Krug Split and Archeopress Oxforfd, and 'The British and Rijeka: War and Trade in the Adriatic' published by the History Museum of Rijeka as a part of the project 'The Time of Adamic' and by Archeopress Oxford. Further collaboration with the History Museum in Rijeka on emigration from the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Lives in London, married to Vesna Domany who translated the above mentioned books into Croatian.