Ernest Wolf-Gazo has been a professor of philosophy at The American University in Cairo since 1991.
Wolf-Gazo received his BA at George Washington University in 1969 (philosophy and classical Greek); his PhD (magna cum laude) from Bonn University (West Germany) in 1974 and his habilitation (German tenure) from Muenster University (Westphalia, Germany) in 1984.
Wolf-Gazo has been a post-doctoral fellow at Yale University in 1985 -1986 and a visiting professor at Leuven University, Belgium at 1984 - 1985.
He was a visiting professor at the universities of Bonn, Dortmund, Duesseldorf, Seoul, Istanbul, Ankara, Afyon Kocatepe, Kuala Lumpur, Tehran, Georgetown, Maryland, and Macedonia.
His volume on A.N.Whitehead -- Einfuehrung in seine Kosmologie (Freiburg: Alber Verlag, 1980) -- has established itself as a basic text at German universities; his volume on Process in Context (1988) had a significant impact on Whitehead studies.
"Cultural Life in 20th Istanbul and the German Exile Scholars", 2013
"Cairo as Collage: Aspects of Metropolis", 2013
"Contextualizing Averroes within the German Hermeneutic Tradition", 2013
"Habermas and Young Hegelian Dialectics" (with Habermas reply) in S.Rapics, ed. Habermas and Historischer Materialismus. Freiburg: Alber 2016 (2nd edition), 2016