Zygmunt Bauman (19 November 1925 – 9 January 2017) was a Polish sociologist and philosopher. He was driven out of Poland by a political purge in 1968 engineered by the Communist government of the Polish People’s Republic and forced to give up his Polish citizenship to move to Israel. Three years later he moved to the United Kingdom.
Zygmunt Bauman is the author of a number of other books including the extremely successful Modernity and the Holocaust (Polity, 1989) which won the 1989 European Amalfi Prize for Sociology and Social Theory, and Modernity and Ambivalence (Polity, 1991). He was also awarded the Theodor W. Adorno prize for 1998.
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The name of Zygmunt Bauman prompts awe amongst fellow sociologists. ”Late flowering” is the phrase which frequently crops up to describe his extraordinarily prolific output since his retirement
Zygmunt Bauman has just celebrated his 90 th birthday and taken two flights from his home in the northern British city of Leeds to get to an event in Burgos, northern Spain. He admits to being
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Talk:Zygmunt Bauman Jump to ”Zygmunt Bauman is a British sociologist of Polish-Jewish descent” is misleading, since it suggests that his ”main” nationality was British and only some of his distant relatives were Polish or Jewish, which is obviously not true. He is a ”British” sociologist only in the same way as Einstein was an ”American