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Spanish literature educator

Roderick Álvarez Molina, Spanish literature educator. Recipient Bronze medal, U.Liege, 1977. Member of 24 Club (Madrid), Asociacion Cultural Hispano Norteamericana, Societe des Etudes Latines, New York Academy of Sciences, Modern Language Association.

Background

Molina, Roderick Álvarez was born on December 12, 1910 in La Mancha, Spain. United States, 1931. Son of Rodrigo Jimenez and Carmen Prados.

Education

STB, Catholic University America, Washington, 1934. Master of Arts, St. Bonaventure University, 1940. Postgraduate, Catholic University America, 1950.

Postgraduate, Columbia University, 1958.

Career

Professor Latin Puebla de Montalban College, Toledo, Spain, 1934—1936. Instructor Spanish literature St. Bonaventure University, New York, 1936—1941, Catholic University American, Washington, 1948—1950. Assistant professor Washington Square College New York University, 1954—1960, professor Spanish, 1965—1976, professor emeritus, since 1977.

Annual professor New York University in Spain, 1971—1972. Co-founder, associate editor Verdad y Vida, 1941—1945.

Membership

Member of 24 Club (Madrid), Asociacion Cultural Hispano Norteamericana, Societe des Etudes Latines, New York Academy of Sciences, Modern Language Association.

Connections

Married Maria de la Concepcion Gullon Molina, October 11, 1950.

father:
Rodrigo Jimenez

mother:
Carmen Prados

spouse:
Maria de la Concepcion Gullon Molina