Nebraska Authors

Roberto Esquenazi-Mayo

Born 1920-04-22 Havana (CUBA)

Died 2004-12-25
Washington D.C. (USA)

Died of dementia Dec. 25, 2004 at Sibley Memorial Hospital's assisted living facility. He lived in Bethesda.

Places Lived

Havana, CUBA
Boston, MA
New York, NY
Lincoln, NE (1960-1977)
Bethesda, MD

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Romance languages and literature

Education

University of Havana, CUBA
Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree and Ph.D., Columbia University, New York, NY

Occupation

Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
Writer
Journalist
Editor

Places Worked

Columbia University, New York, NY
Organization of American States, Cultural Affairs Department, Washington, D.C.
Life en EspaƱol, Founding Editor
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

Honors

Leader of the Institute for International Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Many Military Honors, including the Purple Heart

Bibliography

Memorias de un Estudiante Soldado (Memories of a Student Soldier). 1951.
Esencia de Hispanoamerica. 1969.
Latin American Scholarship Since World War II: Trends in History, Political Science, Literature, Geography, and Economics. 1971.
A Survey of Cuban Revistas, 1902-1958. 1993.

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