Friedrich-Gundolf-Preis

The »Friedrich-Gundolf-Preis« has been awarded by the German Academy for Language and Literature since 1964.
As a »Prize for German Scholarship Abroad«, for 25 years it was exclusively awarded to linguists and literary scholars at foreign universities.
However, the prize has also been awarded to persons outside of academia who are committed to imparting German culture and cultural dialog since the prize was renamed the »Friedrich-Gundolf-Preis für die Vermittlung deutscher Kultur im Ausland« (Prize for the Imparting of German Culture Abroad) in 1990.
The »Gundolf-Preis« is awarded annually at the spring conference of the German Academy. It has been endowed with €15,000 since 2013.

Awardees

Tomio Tezuka

Germanist
Born 29/11/1903
Deceased 12/2/1983

Friedrich-Gundolf-Preis 1982
Laudatory Address by Hikaru Tsuji
Acceptance Speech by Tomio Tezuka
Diploma

... den angesehenen Essayisten, den Lehrer bedeutender Schüler, den Nestor der Germanistik Japans.

Jury members
Kommission: Beda Allemann, Claude David, Eduard Goldstücker, Herman Meyer

Mitglieder des Erweiterten Präsidiums