Bachelor in History, University of Wisconsin, 1957; Master in History, University of Wisconsin, 1959; postgraduate, Stanford University, 1962; postgraduate, University of California, Berkeley, 1967-1968.
Producer, Station KQED-television, 1966-1969;
independent film producer, 1969-1972;
director film unit, Institute Policy Studies, Washington, 1972-1975;
senior fellow, Institute Policy Studies, Washington, since 1979;
coordinator, Transnat. Institute, 1975-1976;
director, Transnat. Institute, 1976-1979;
teacher, U. Maryland., Washington School, 1976-1980.
Judge Mannheim Film Festival, 1980. Board directors Center Cuban Studies.
(Book by Landua, Saul, Landau, Saul)
Member National Screening Panel for Fulbright Grants, 1988-1990. Member Washington Writers Union.
Children: Gregory, Valerie, Carmen, Julia, Marie.