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Literature educator , researcher

Ezra Samuel Engling, Spanish language and literature educator, researcher. Scholar National Endowment of the Humanities, 1989, Spanish Ministry of Culture, Almagro, Spain, 1991; Summer Language Institute grantee United Negro College Fund, 1996; senior research fellow Fulbright Foundation, Morocco, 1996-1997.


Engling, Ezra Samuel was born on June 3, 1957 in Kingston, Jamaica.


Bachelor in Spanish and English with honors, University Würzburg.I. Mona, St. Andrew, Jamaica, 1980. Master of Arts in Spanish, University Würzburg.I. Mona, St. Andrew, Jamaica, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy in Spanish, University Würzburg.I. Mona, St. Andrew, Jamaica, 1986.


English teacher Calabar High School, St. Andrew, 1980-1981. Assistant lecturer Spanish University Würzburg.I., Mona, 1981-1982, graduate assistant Spanish, 1984-1986. Spanish teacher Campion College, St. Andrew, 1982-1984.

Lecturer in English College Arts, Sciences and Technology (now University Jamaica), 1983-1984. Professor Spanish and world literature Lincoln (Pennsylvania) University, 1987-2001, chair department languages, 1993-1998. Professor Spanish, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical International University, Laredo, since 2001.

Founding member, advisory board Moroccan Cultural Studies Center, Fes, since 1996.


  • Other Work

    • Author: A Critical Edition of Calderon's "La Aurora en Copacabana," 1994. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Translator Oxford (Pennsylvania) District Court, since 1990. Contributor Oxford Neighborhood Services. Member Modern Language Association, American Association of University Professors (secretary local chapter 1992-1994), College Language Association (member study abroad scholarship committee), Association Hispanic Classical Theater.


  • Other Interests

    Reading, travel, music, computers.


1 child, El Hassane Aghazzaf.

El Hassane Aghazzaf Engling