Alexander Argüelles

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Alexander Argüelles
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Born (1964-04-30) 30 April 1964 (age 50)
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Foreign Language Expertise

Alexander Sabino Argüelles (often spelt Arguelles[a]) is an American linguist notable for his work on Korean. He is highly committed to the learning of foreign languages, and was profiled in Michael Erard's Babel No More.[1] He currently teaches at the American University in the Emirates.[2]

He is the son of the poet Ivan Argüelles and the nephew of the New Ageist José Argüelles.

Notable works[edit]

On Korean[edit]

  • Alexander Argüelles and Jong-Rok Kim (2000). A Historical, Literary and Cultural Approach to the Korean Language. Seoul: Hollym.
  • Alexander Argüelles and Jong-Rok Kim (2004). A Handbook of Korean Verbal Conjugation. Hyattsville, Maryland: Dunwoody Press.
  • Alexander Argüelles (2007). Korean Newspaper Reader. Hyattsville, Maryland: Dunwoody Press.
  • Alexander Argüelles (2010). North Korean Reader. Hyattsville, Maryland: Dunwoody Press.

Other works[edit]

  • Alexander Argüelles (1994). Viking Dreams: Mythological and Religious Dream Symbolism in the Old Norse Sagas. Doctoral dissertation, University of Chicago.
  • Alexander Argüelles (1999). 프랑스동사변화안내: La Conjugaison des Verbes. Seoul: 신아사.
  • Alexander Argüelles (2006). English French Spanish German Dictionary. Beirut, Lebanon: Librairie du Liban.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The original Spanish pronunciation of Argüelles is [aɾˈɣweʎes].

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erard, Michael (2012). Babel No More: The Search for the World's Most Extraordinary Language Learners. New York: Free Press.
  2. ^ http://www.aue.ae/en/our-faculty/item/alexander-arguelles-phd.html

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