1985 - 2002 I was often, sometimes more than once a year, asked if I would assist/provide information to, literature-students that wanted to write about Senior but I always said: "no" (often quite rudely, as I was rather miffed with the old man at the time). Today, if you are clever and have an investigative mind, I would be happy to give you my full cooperation to assist you in getting a cum laude Ph.D. Finding these students before they get misguided into finding a lesser writer to write about, is a job post I am looking to fill.
My father, Andres Laszlo Sr., was once considered a top-European writer. However, as neither I nor any of his four “mother countries” (France, Spain, Hungary & Austria) have taken much interest in him, his memory is fading. I am presently working to change this, mainly through Project Revive Father. The EU has grants for projects like this – and maybe some of his mother countries have as well (esp. France or Spain) – but though the grants can be big, it is a painstaking and drawn-out process (an effing nuisance, actually, that's why I haven't...). I am looking for someone to manage the complicated and time-consuming process of applying for “Revive Senior grants.” If you feel so inclined, I would then like you later to continue your work as the person in charge of the project that you successfully have applied for, receiving whatever salary you have had the EU accept (so you have to be good at both applying for grants and at managing the revival project).
Only two of Senior's five books were content-edited. As I translated them into English, the books have also been adapted, content-edited, and improved - so a re-translation back into Spanish could be a good idea. Maybe one could get a Spanish publisher to undertake this but a grant would definitely help, especially for promotion.