PDaul Englesberg

Paul retired from Walden University in 2018 after teaching in the Ed.D. programs in Adult and Higher Education and in Research Quality.  He also was the editor of the Journal of Educational Research and Practice, published by Walden University.  Paul previously taught in educational foundations at the Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA and directed the Asian American Curriculum and Research Project.


Currently Paul is writing a book about immigrants, racism, and conflict in the Pacific Northwest, focusing on the arrival of several hundred workers from Punjab, India and their forced expulsion from Bellingham and Everett, Washington in 1907.   Paul has been conducting historical research in this area and has written several articles on related topics.  He was also involved in a community commemoration project which culminated in the construction of the Arch of Healing and Reconciliation in Bellingham, Washington.


Paul continues to be an active musician (flute, concertina and learning saxophone), playing for local contra dances with the band Heliotrope.  Paul and his wife Lucy live in Ferndale, WA and enjoy frequent visits with their son and daughter and their two grandchildren in Seattle.  [5/19]


Email: pengles51@gmail.com


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