Thomas G. Winner

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Thomas Gustav Winner (3 May 1917, Prague – 20 April 2004, Cambridge, Massachusetts) was an American slavist and semiotician.[1]

At Brown University, he established the first American semiotics center.

He was a well-known Chekhov specialist, and a proponent of Tartu-Moscow semiotics school.


  1. ^ Zezima, Katie 2004. Thomas Winner, 86, Scholar Who Escaped From Nazi Europe. New York Times, April 29.