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director , professor , scientific researcher

Juan Castilla Brazales, Spanish literature and language professor, scientific researcher, director. Achievements include first to carry out the study of the Alhambra's arabic incriptions, a complete and thorough classification of the thousands of epigraphs that exist in the Palace of Comares. Recipient Homenaje Spanish National Research Council award, 2009, Martín Scheroff award, Seminario Historia Cultura Tradicional Margarita Folmerin, 2009.

Background

Brazales, Juan Castilla was born on January 1, 1961 in Linares, Jaen, Spain. Son of Juan Castilla Martín and Rosa Brazales Bueno.

Education

Doctor in Semitic Philology, University Granada, Spain, 1991.

Career

Lecturer, Arabic language, civilization University Jaen, Spain, 1992. Associate lecturer University Murcia, Spain, 1992. Lecturer, specialization courses University Granada, since 1997.

Director School Arabic Studies, since 2005. Academic director Educakids Foundation, Madrid, since 2009. Member editorial board Alqantara Revue, Madrid, 2006—2008.

Member science committee El Legado Andalusí Foundation, Granada, since 2009.

Achievements

  • Achievements include first to carry out the study of the Alhambra's arabic incriptions, a complete and thorough classification of the thousands of epigraphs that exist in the Palace of Comares.

Membership

Founder member Ateneo Granada, 2009.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, reading.

Connections

Married María Dolores Guardiola González. Children: Juan Castilla Guardiola, Irene Castilla Guardiola.

father:
Juan Castilla Martín

mother:
Rosa Brazales Bueno

spouse:
María Dolores Guardiola González

children:
Irene Castilla Guardiola Brazales

Juan Castilla Guardiola Brazales