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Tony Ozuna is an American (from California), living in Europe since the early 1990s. At that time he worked as editor-in-chief and co-founder of Yazzyk Magazine, an English language literary and arts publication which focused on contemporary Czech fiction and poetry in translation. He studied Politics with an emphasis on Public Policy for an M.A. at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), and after finishing that program he worked as an academic researcher for the California Policy Seminar (UC Berkeley) and research assistant at UCSB for a project on Mass Media and Hispanic Politics. He earned his B.A. degree in Politics from the University of California, Irvine. He joined the faculty of Anglo-American University in 1995 and then began working in administration in 1998 as Coordinator of the School of Humanities. His teaching experience also includes Academic Writing for Ph.D. students at CERGE-EI, the Center for Economic Research & Graduate Education, of Charles University. He is currently Associate Dean of the School of Humanities & Social Sciences, and Associate Dean of the School of Journalism (Media & Communications).
As well, Tony Ozuna has been a writer over the years for a number of Prague-based publications including Umelec International, an arts magazine which published in four languages (Czech, English, German, and Spanish), the defunkt Prague Post, and the New Presence, a Prague-based political quarterly on Central European affairs, contributing essays and articles on art, music and politics. Presently, he is a regular contributor to Jazz in Europe, and occasionally to Hospodářské noviny.
Jazz, Contemporary Art Scene
Composition (Academic Writing), Cultural Journalism
School of Humanities & Social Sciences, Art Space/Art Yard