William Rotch Ferguson, American Foreign language educator, writer. Member Modern Language Association.
Ferguson, William Rotch was born on February 14, 1943 in Fall River, Massachusetts, United States. Son of William III and Helen Gilman (Rotch) Ferguson.
Bachelor, Harvard University, 1965;
Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1970;
Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1975.
Assistant professor Spanish, Boston University, 1971-1977;
assistant professor Spanish, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1977-1984;
associate professor Spanish, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, since 1984;
chair foreign languages and literature, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, since 1990. Author: Freedom and Other Fictions, 1984, (scholarly) La versificacion imitativa en Fernando de Herrera, 1981. Author poems.