On this page you can explore links to other web sites associated with my professional, academic, and leisure interests.
For example, here is the link to my academic Web page at Inter American University of Puerto Rico, which in turn
contains a variety of other links related to academic endeavors.
Here is the link to an informational page for students taking my on-line courses in political science. Caution: you might
want to brush up on your Spanish before proceeding!!
This will link you with my introductory course in political science via Blackboard. You can enter it as a visitor. Again,
its content is all in Spanish.
This will take you to the same course delivered via Webct. It's more complicated to enter: from the course index you select
"ciencias políticas"; click on the question mark to go to the Welcome Page; at the bottom of this page you can "create
account" to enter the course. (Nothing is easy with Webct!)
Sometimes I write serious essays, usually on topics related to Latin America. My latest one appears in an academic journal
(Revista/Review Interamericana), published in electronic form on the Web. It deals somewhat philosophically with the role
of the State in Latin America today. You'll need good Spanish to understand this one. The link will take you to a page where
you must use "volume29" as the username and "rev0029" as the password.
Now, if you want to contact me in Bakersfield or Puerto Rico for a game, hit this link to visit Bender's Tennis Page.